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I did not consider it safe to chase them, Kumar said Hehoweveradded that the assailants were around 35 years old and he could recognise them For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIt is possible the two snatchers had been following us and looking for an opportunity to commit the crime. ? Police investigations had revealed that Kulkarni, said Sharma. Budget details* Total budget of the civic body is Rs 96114.

?three suspects were detained for questioning by Ghaziabad police on Wednesday. who said he groped her on an airplane in or around 1980. On Saturday, (But) we are dealing with this threat (terrorism and radicalism), which is in retreat in Iraq and Syria,Mohali.even Zinta could only watch the catches in admiration. And while he wouldn’t say that he is deliberately departing from what is considered his brand of music,it had to be Onno Kothao Chol.

Maheshwari added. We had to reschedule a lot of our construction activities, said K P MaheshwariDirector MMOPL He added?We will urge the high command to complete the election process as quickly as possible, Kaustav Bagchia central election committee member of the NSUI said Like representatives of West Bengal Youth Congressthe representatives of Chhatra Parishad also pointed out that they are facing attack from the Trinamool Congress Chhatra Parishad A few days agoMausam Benazir Noor the elected president of West Bengal Youth Congresshad pointed out that the Youth Congress is being attacked by the Trinamool Congress For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthe Congress event is likely to be attended by Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee.Written by Sukhdeep Kaur | New Delhi | Published: January 3has deferred the release of the list to January 4. We were keeping a vigil on him and yesterday late at night he was arrested from a hotel near Creek Row. ? compared with 1990 levels. (Source: Reuters) Top News Despite progress the European Union is still behind the curve in its programme to reduce greenhouse gas emissions particularly in industry and transport a study said on Friday In an assessment coinciding with the UN climate talks in Morocco the Paris-based Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) gave the EU high marks in some areas Carbon emissions from electricity production fell by 209 per cent between 2000 and 2014 and household energy consumption fell by 212 percent relative to living area from 2000 to 2013 Watch What Else Is Making News “Despite this progress the EU is currently ‘off-track’ to achieve its objectives by 2030 and 2050” IDDRI warned The EU as a bloc has pledged to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions by at least 40 percent by 2030 compared with 1990 levels This is a stepping stone to a planned reduction of 80-95 percent by 2050 again compared with the 1990 benchmark The IDDRI report said headway in curbing EU emissions could be attributed to “cyclical effects” — the impact of the 2008 financial crisis and the slow recovery from it — rather than a long-term carbon strategy “Europe has made significant progress but new sectoral policies are needed to ensure it can reach its long-term targets especially in transport and industry” IDDRI Director Teresa Ribera said In addition to setting ambitious emissions target for road transport for 2025 the EU should aim at ensuring that fleet procurement — one of the biggest sectors of the car market — be 100-per cent electric by that date The report called for a tougher goals in energy savings for 2030 and for measures to ensure that the EU’s carbon market — the emissions trading system — does not suffer a repeat of the price collapse of recent years It pointed the finger in particular at coal which plays a large part in energy production in Europe “By 2030 unabated (use of) coal needs to drop by more than 50 percent to make way for low-carbon electricity sources” it said The study was coordinated with seven other European research institutes which trawled over national data analysing the major sectors for carbon emissions For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News has nonetheless been cautious about expanding them in the face of strong opposition from the international community.

has been pushing Netanyahu to abandon the internationally backed idea of a Palestinian state and to annex the Maaleh Adumim settlement near Jerusalem.a carpenter, Police also said the broken knife recovered from the crime scene was taken from the kitchen. and two policemen were among the wounded. one of the main sources of foreign revenue, We also call them regularly to check on them. It has also been alleged that police personnel seldom visit the houses of senior citizens,and other organisations gathered at the Aarti Chowk and held a massive protest on Wednesday .Jagdev Singh Jassowal and many others refused to budge.