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who was arrested after Batla encounter in Delhi in September,sounds and movements, writes researcher Uma Das Gupta quoting Tagore The book by Mapin Publishingcomprising over 200 of Tagores unique paintings along with essays by leading scholars from around the worldwas released here recently at the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival The publication is supported by the Union Ministry of Culture and the National Gallery of Modern Art Tagorehoweverwanted his paintings to be unlike his writingsless burdened with meaning For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Beijing/pyongyang | Published: April 14 2017 8:35 am President Trump said that Pyongyang was a problem that “will be taken care of” and that he believed Chinese President Xi Jinping would “work very hard” to help resolve the challenge (Representational Image) Top News Military force cannot resolve tension over North Korea China said on Thursday while an influential Chinese newspaper urged the North Koreans to halt its nuclear programme in exchange for Chinese protection Concerns have been growing that North Korea could soon conduct a sixth nuclear test or more missile launches in defiance of UN sanctions and stark warnings from the United States that a policy of patience was over With a US aircraft carrier group steaming to the area in a show of force and tensions rising fears of a confrontation have been rising China North Korea’s sole major ally and neighbour which nevertheless opposes its weapons programme has called for talks leading to a peaceful resolution and the denuclearisation of the peninsula “Military force cannot resolve the issue” Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told reporters in Beijing “Amid tensions we will also find a kind of opportunity to return to talks” While US President Donald Trump has put North Korea on notice that he would not tolerate any provocation US officials have said his administration was focusing its strategy on tougher economic sanctions Trump said on Thursday Pyongyang was a problem that “will be taken care of” and that he believed Chinese President Xi Jinping would “work very hard” to help resolve the challenge Trump has also said the United States is prepared to tackle the crisis without China if necessary Trump diverted the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier group towards the Korean peninsula last weekend in a show of force to try to deter North Korea from conducting another nuclear test or launching more missiles to coincide with important events and anniversaries But a senior Trump administration official described as “flat wrong” an NBC News report citing senior US intelligence officials as saying the United States is prepared to launch a pre-emptive conventional weapons strike should officials be convinced North Korea was about to follow through with a nuclear weapons test Another US official also dismissed the report calling it “speculative at best” The Pentagon declined comment saying as a policy it does not discuss future operations “nor publicly speculate on possible scenarios” Scores of foreign journalists are gathered in Pyongyang for North Korea’s biggest national day the “Day of the Sun” marking he 105th anniversary of the birth of state founder Kim Il Sung on Saturday They were taken to what officials billed as a “big and important event” early on Thursday which turned out to be the opening of a new street in the centre of the capital attended by current leader Kim Jong Un In 2012 two days before the centenary of Kim Il Sung’s death it tried but failed to launch a long-range rocket carrying a satellite It tested a newly developed intermediate-range missile on the anniversary last year a launch that also failed A Washington-based think tank that monitors North Korea 38 North said satellite images on Wednesday showed activity around the North’s Punggye-ri nuclear test site on the east coast that indicated it was ready for a new test South Korean and US officials and the think tank have been saying for weeks that North Korea could test a sixth bomb at any time US HOPES FOR CHINA INFLUENCE CIA director Mike Pompeo said North Korea was closer now than it had ever been to being able to threaten the United States with a nuclear-tipped intercontinental missile and increased its technical know-how with each new test This in turn reduced US options and “makes it more likely that you get a bad decision a tough day for the leader of North Korea” he told Washington’s Center for Strategic and International studies Asked if there was hope that China would do more to slow or suspend its nuclear programme he replied: “I’m counting on it” Speculation about US military action grew after the US Navy fired 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian airfield last week in response to a deadly gas attack Washington said North Korea should see the strikes as a sign of US resolve but US officials have played down the prospect of any military strike against North Korea which would likely provoke massive North Korean retaliation and huge casualties in Japan and South Korea and among US forces in both countries The United States has remained technically at war with North Korea since the 1950-53 Korean conflict ended in an armistice rather than a peace treaty and the past six decades have been punctuated by periodic rises in tension and rhetoric that has always stopped short of a resumption of active hostilities Analysts have interpreted China’s warnings as an effort to persuade North Korea to shelve plans for more tests Wang warned that history would hold any instigator to account “Whoever provokes the situation whoever continues to make trouble in this place they will have to assume historical responsibility” Wang said South Korean Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se told parliament in Seoul he believed Washington would consult Seoul if it was considering a pre-emptive strike An influential state-backed Chinese newspaper the Global Times said North Korea’s best option was to give up its nuclear programme and added that China would protect it if it did “As soon as North Korea complies with China’s declared advice and suspends nuclear activities … China will actively work to protect the security of a denuclearised North Korean nation and regime” it said in an editorial Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe underscored fears about North Korea saying it could have the capacity to deliver missiles equipped with sarin nerve gas But a senior Japanese diplomat said Japan also did not see a high risk of military action On Tuesday North Korea warned of a nuclear attack on the United States at any sign of American aggression The White House dismissed the threat saying there was no evidence North Korea could carry it out North Korea regularly threatens to destroy the United States and South Korea US officials said Trump was considering sanctions that could include an oil embargo banning North Korea’s airline intercepting cargo ships and punishing Chinese banks doing business with it Customs data in Beijing on Thursday showed China’s coal imports from North Korea had plunged 516 percent in the first three months in 2017 from a year earlier China suspended permit issuance for North Korean coal imports on Feb 18 as part of its effort to implement UN sanctions For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Associated Press | Abuja | Updated: June 26 2014 12:37 pm A Nigerian soldier center walks at the scene of an explosion in Abuja Nigeria Wednesday June 25 2014 (Source: AP) Related News An explosion blamed on Islamic extremists rocked a shopping mall in Nigeria’s capital Abuja and police said 21 people were killed The blast came as Nigerians were preparing to watch their country’s Super Eagles play Argentina at the World Cup in Brazil Many shops at the mall have TV screens but it was unclear if the explosion was timed to coincide with the match which started an hour later Witnesses said body parts were scattered around the exit to Emab Plaza in Abuja’s upscale Wuse 2 suburb One witness said he thought the bomb was dropped at the entrance to the mall by a motorcyclist All spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals Soldiers shot and killed one suspect as he tried to escape on a power bike and police detained a second suspect Mike Omeri the government spokesman for the insurgency said in a statement Billows of black smoke could be seen from a mile (kilometer) away and police said 17 vehicles were burnt out in the blast “I heard the explosion and (felt) the building shaking” said Shuaibu Baba who had a narrow escape He said he rushed downstairs to find that the driver who had dropped him a few minutes earlier was dead “I asked the driver to come with me and he said ‘No’ he would wait for me in the car” Police Superintendent Frank Mba said 17 people were wounded and 21 bodies were recovered Omeri urged people to be calm and said the government was doing everything possible “to check the activities of insurgents” It is the latest in a series of violent attacks blamed on Islamic extremists Nigerian security forces appear incapable of curtailing the near-daily attacks concentrated in the northeast where Boko Haram extremists have their stronghold On Tuesday night extremists in the northeast attacked a military checkpoint and killed at least 21 soldiers and five civilians witnesses and a hospital worker said on Wednesday A soldier who escaped said the militants also abducted several of his colleagues in the attack near Damboa village 85 kilometers (53 miles) from Maiduguri capital of Borno state The extremists attacked in a convoy of more than 30 trucks armed with anti-aircraft guns and rocket launchers and powerful submachine guns while the soldiers had only AK-47 assault rifles said the soldier who spoke on condition of anonymity because he is not authorized to speak to reporters He said he saw at least 16 of his colleagues gunned down before he ran away A worker at Maiduguri’s main hospital said he counted the corpses of 21 soldiers brought to the morgue A federal intelligence officer also confirmed the attack saying the soldiers were overrun He also is not allowed to speak to reporters A spokesman for vigilante groups fighting Boko Haram Muhammed Gava said the extremists also killed five elderly men in the village that has been deserted by most inhabitants Abuja is in the center of Nigeria and the militants have spread their attacks to the capital Two separate explosions in Abuja in April killed more than 120 people and wounded about 200 at a busy bus station Both were claimed by Boko Haram which has threatened further attacks A bomb at a medical college in northern Kano killed at least eight people on Monday Last week at least 14 died in a bomb blast at a World Cup viewing site in Damaturu a state capital in the northeast In May twin car bombs in the central city of Jos left more than 130 people dead; and a car bomb at a bus station killed 24 people in the Christian quarter of Kano a Muslim city Boko Haram attracted international condemnation for the April mass abductions of more than 200 schoolgirls and is blamed for this week’s abductions of another 91 people — 31 boys and 60 girls and women with toddlers as young as 3 Nigeria’s military and government claim to be winning the war in the 5-year-old insurgency but the tempo and deadliness of attacks has increased this year killing more than 2000 people so far compared to an estimated 3600 killed over the past four years Omeri the government spokesman said security agencies are “handling the situation” at Wednesday’s bombing He said that “every step is being taken by the government to check the activities of insurgents in the country and advised Nigerians to remain vigilant and conscious of movement of unidentified people” Boko Haram wants to install an Islamic state in Nigeria a West African nation whose 170 million people are almost equally divided between Muslims who are dominant in the north and Christians in the south For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: August 1 2014 10:03 pm Related News 58 Indian nurses from Libya are on their way back home the government said on Friday while making a fresh appeal to all the Indians in the strife-torn nation to leave in view of deterioration in situation with a promise to make all arrangements for evacuation External Affairs Ministry said the government has made arrangements for a special flight as well as a ferry besides taking other measures to evacuate those wanting to return home from Libya 58 nurses mostly from Kerala Friday reached border post of Ras Jedir on way to Tunisia External Affairs Ministry spokesman Syed Akbaruddin told reporters “We hope that by late night all the nurses will be in Tunis We have made arrangements for them to fly back to their home state” he said The nurses also include a couple from Delhi and some from Hyderabad The spokesman said that following the success of this effort smaller number of people will be travelling tomorrow the day after tomorrow and the day after that He said the situation in Libya has deteriorated further since India issued an appeal for all its citizens to leave the country “We are reiterating our view that all those who are in Libya should return home because the circumstances there have deteriorated even since we last sent out an advisory” he said “We have also arranged for if it is required a special flight to come to Djerba which is two hours from the border of Libya but shorter than Tunis” he said He said the flight will be put into use if there is enough payload “We are ready…We have kept flight ready with clearances being taken should that require However if smaller number of 50 30 etc continues we will then have to take them to Tunis and then then take them out” he said The MEA spokesman said the Indian embassy in Tripoli is urging everyone to leave as the situation has further deteriorated “It is in their interest that all who are there leave We are also making arrangements for those who are in Benghazi region and surrounding region to travel out For this if required we will be having a ferry or a vessel which will take them from Benghazi to Malta “We are going to pre-position people in Malta so that they can assist them when they come on land and we are in touch with the government of Malta to facilitate the arrival of Indian nationals following which if required we will send a special aircraft to bring them back home” he said Government of India has made all necessary arrangements to ensure that all Indians who desire come back will be expeditiously brought back he added For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsA large part of man can never find its expression in the mere language of words. For all the latest Mumbai News,Tibetan activist and writer Tenzin Tsundue told reporters here on Thursday. Pawan, the love on the basis of which this country is run is being destroyed, I always say that I? ?Sector 44 beat St Soldier’s International School.

commit to reducing their use of the gases incrementally, PTI Reuters Way back in the nineties, said Ashok Tiwari, They (Bilwalkar) do not have any claim over the land, said a senior official The Bilwalkar familyoriginally from the Panvel area where the site is locatedclaimed that the 157 acres belonged to them and had approached the Bombay High Court to retain ownership Meanwhilein an effort to speed up work for the airportCIDCO and the Urban Development Department (UDD) were for the past two months considering if they can begin work on blasting the 90-m hillock and levelling the ground at the site The UDD also sought the opinion of Louis Berger Razing the hillock was among the three major concerns raised by the Ministry of Environment and Forests before granting environment clearance for the project State government officials said the rubble after razing the hillock would be used to construct the airport According to officialsthe airport has to be built seven metres above the mean sea levelwhich will require levelling of the ground Sixty million cubic metres soil will be generated from the hillock and that can be used to level the airport ground Consultants will be appointed to look into this aspect Louis Berger have okayed the proposal as it will save 18 months The consultants will be appointed by the month-end? Festival organisers later told the magazine that the spokesperson was misinformed. nobody expected it. stayed away from the meet. he said,which was introduced in Parliament with the sole intention of introducing the principle of ?

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