The struggle between 1919 and 1947 was a protracted bargaining game by Indian nationalists to win a better deal.
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I am a Woman. who has been hampered by back problems, were?The aim is to do away with injectible vaccines, Bawdekar said Five hundred children die of measles every day Vaccine coverage against measles in the country is as low as 66 per centeven below 50 per cent in some states Hence the hunt for a painlessnon-injectible vaccineMishra said Within a monththe Serum Institute will also launch human clinical trials of the dry powder vaccinedelivered straight into the childs lungs by inhalation The inhalable vaccine has been created by Robert Sievers of University of Colorado For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Sydney | Published: August 8 2016 12:48 pm Top News A member of an Australian anti-immigration group accused of planning an attack may face additional charges in what the government said was the first time federal terrorism laws had been used to target such right-wing groups Phillip Galea 31 has been charged with acts done in preparation for a terrorist act and collecting or making documents likely to facilitate a terrorist act after being arrested in Melbourne on Saturday Victoria state Assistant Commissioner Ross Guenther told reporters that he or his associates may face additional charges Galea will return to court on Tuesday for his next hearing “That’s always a possibility given that we’re in an early part of the investigation” Guenther said on Monday Australia a staunch US ally has been on heightened alert for attacks by home-grown Islamist radicals since 2014 and authorities say they have thwarted a number of plots But far-right activist groups and political parties opposed to Islam and Asian immigration are on the rise in Australia One Nation a political party headed by right-wing firebrand Pauline Hanson secured four senate seats and king-maker status in national elections held last month by running on a protectionist anti-Islam platform Justice Minister Michael Keenan said that the charges showed that Australia’s tough new counter-terrorism laws which some Muslim leaders have said unfairly subjected them to racial profiling were unbiased “This is the first time in the history of Australia that we have used Commonwealth terrorism laws to charge someone who is alleged to have been a right-wing extremist” Keenan told reporters in Perth Galea was a fixture at rallies held by the far-right True Blue Crew which has previously been involved in violent clashes with pro-immigration groups group co-founder Kane Miller told Reuters Miller on Monday distanced himself and the organisation from Galea whom he said had never openly discussed any alleged plot The group does not condone violence Miller said “I’m not going to lie I did know him and he did attend our events” Miller said “All lives are precious Muslim lives over in Saudi Arabia although I don’t agree with them are precious” Galea denied the charges against him during an appearance before a judge in Melbourne on Saturday and said they were part of a conspiracy against the so-called “patriot” movement He could not immediately be reached for comment For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: December 8 2017 6:14 pm President Donald Trump accompanied by Vice President Mike Pence holds up a signed proclamation recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel in the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House Wednesday Dec 6 2017 in Washington (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Related News “Israel is a sovereign nation with the right like any other sovereign nation to determine its own capital Acknowledging this as a fact is a necessary condition for achieving peace” US President Donald Trump said in his Wednesday December 6 address amidst a clamor of imploring and warnings from foreign leaders in Arab Muslim and European countries to not do so He also kicked off the process of moving the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem by giving directions for arrangements to be made in that direction Protests including violent ones by Palestinians who were particularly stunned by this move broke almost right away in Jerusalem and Palestinian territories — resulting in tension escalation and counter-attacks and beefed up security by the Israeli army on Thursday and Friday Israel claims Jerusalem in its entirety as its “eternal undivided” capital while the Palestinians claim East Jerusalem with a predominantly Arab population as the capital of a future Palestinian state While recognising it as Israel’s capital Trump did not explicitly refer to Jerusalem as ‘undivided’ — the way it is claimed by Israel — and said that the US would support a two-state solution In other words his statement does not actually preclude the Palestinians from establishing their capital in the east of the city in the future What Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem achieves Hence Trump did not veer too sharply from the traditional American position that Jerusalem’s status must be decided through negotiations between Israel and Palestine a fact that was emphasised by White House officials in the assertion that it was a “reflection of the ground realities” Many Jewish-American groups within the US such as American-Israel Public Affairs Committee have welcomed the recognition as “historic” and a long-overdue step to implement the US law Yet the clumsily-enacted move especially lacking in international consensus has done the damage at the level of perception Above all it has cast serious doubt in the minds of Palestinians about the US’s potential to act as a ‘neutral’ mediator in any future negotiations between the two sides While Trump said in his speech that he “judged this course of action to be in the best interests of the United States of America and the pursuit of peace between Israel and the Palestinians” in the wake of the recent clashes and hurt sentiments it remains unclear how his declaration would help peace or in bringing Palestinians on board In long-standing emotionally charged conflicts like Jerusalem perceptions — however mistaken — can be as weighty as facts themselves The upside of the recognition is not much and it does not advance American interests in the Middle-East “If you’re going to upend decades of US policy it ought to be for a good reason and for a significant political and diplomatic gain I don’t see that either of those two are attained here” James Cunningham who served as the United States ambassador to Israel from 2008–2011 told the Washington DC-based think tank Atlantic Council “The move would go against the very priorities that the administration has set for itself in the Middle East: fighting Islamist militancy and confronting Iranian influence” wrote Shibley Telhami of Washington DC based Brookings Institute “Jerusalem is the perfect issue for Iran and Islamist militants to use to mobilize support against the United States and those who endorse its policies” International stance in wake of Trump’s address The US as of now is not formally joined by any other nation in recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and currently stands completely at odds with the international opinion Many of Washington’s close allies had warned against the move A UN Security Council meeting has been requested by several countries on the 15-member-council in the wake of global criticism of Donald Trump’s statement that is held in breach of international law as well as UN resolutions and in potential to provoke “dangerous consequences” Israel A woman walks past a poster praising US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital in Jerusalem Thursday Dec 7 2017 (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit) Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem was understandably immediately welcomed in Israel however Israeli leaders appear to be nearly the only foreign officials delighted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem “is an important step towards peace” Palestinian territories The move perceived as US coming down in favor of Israel almost immediately drew indignation protests and ire from the Palestinians Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said that it’s a declaration that the US is withdrawing from being a sponsor of the peace process Hamas leader Ismail Haniya in a speech on Thursday in Gaza city said that President Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem “killed” the Israeli-Palestinian peace process Al Jazeera reported Palestinian diplomat Saeb Erekat described Trump’s decision as destructive of “all moderates in the region and giving power to extremists” Jibril Rajoub a senior Palestinian official said on Thursday that US Vice President Mike Pence is no longer welcome in the occupied territories during his scheduled visit in the second half of December Leaders of Lebanon Jordan Iran and Qatar have variously denounced the decision as one that will threaten the stability of the region and the peace process between the two sides Lebanese and Palestinians students burn a poster of US President Donald Trump as they take part in a protest in the southern port city of Sidon Lebanon Thursday Dec 7 2017?a Colonel ?Pune has become the exhibition and convention hub of the nation today. but we are still at it, 2016 7:51 pm Abubakar Shekau.
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The struggle between 1919 and 1947 was a protracted bargaining game by Indian nationalists to win a better deal.