Crucial local positions have been held by government-appointed representatives because elections could not be held amid a 10-year-old communist insurgency and years of delay in drafting a new constitution. supporters of Nepali Congress party march during an election campaign event in Bhaktapur, The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to brief reporters. killing at least 43 people and wounding several others, ?
Incidentally, The duo has demanded that the Commission give them protection under the provisions of Commissions of Inquiry Act from appearing before it.they were not even present at the ashram and therefore have no information to share with the Commission in that regard.Written by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: October 23s) name, said a party leader Senior Congress leader Paban Singh Ghatowarwho heads the state election authorityhas recommended appointment of five vice-presidents as against 36 nowgiving representation to minoritiesOBCSC/STs and women The idea is to give responsibility to senior leaders from different sections so that there are no complaints of these sections having been overlooked? in contravention of his duties to protect and safeguard the interests of the minorities in the country. For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related Newsas in a sting operation conducted by a television channel, Experts from HKH countries like Afghanistan, promoting regional cooperation and reducing the data gaps for sustainable mountain development, 2017 12:18 pm US President Donald Trump (AP File Photo) Top News U.
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funding for the United Nations Population Fund,By: AP | Ankara | Published: August 16 2017 9:34 pm Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu (L) said that Turkey submitted a formal note demanding fugitive Adil Oksuz’s extradition.(AP photo) Related News Turkey formally asked the German government on Wednesday to arrest and extradite a top suspect in last year’s failed coup attempt following reports suggesting that he has been spotted in Germany Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that Turkey submitted a formal note demanding fugitive Adil Oksuz’s extradition Oksuz accused of being a follower of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen is believed to have played a key part in the failed coup Gulen denies accusations of involvement in the attempt “If this person is there we asked that he be located taken into custody and returned to Turkey” Cavusoglu said German Foreign Ministry spokesman Martin Schaefer confirmed that the request had been received and would be reviewed “on the basis of the law” but said it wasn’t clear whether Oksuz was actually in Germany Schaefer told reporters that Germany was aware of the allegations against Oksuz but that authorities would “stick to what concrete credible and verifiable information” is provided to them The request comes amid souring relations between the two countries Turkey accuses Germany of providing a safe haven to Kurdish militants and suspects wanted for alleged links to the coup Germany has protested the arrest of several of its citizens in Turkey since the coup including two journalists and a human rights activist Schaefer said Germany’s ambassador Schaefer said Germany’s ambassador in Turkey is scheduled to meet Tuesday with German-Turkish journalist Deniz Yucel who was detained in February on suspicion of aiding forbidden groups Ambassador Martin Erdmann planned to visit German human rights campaigner Peter Steudtner on Wednesday Schaefer said Steudtner and Ali Gharavi of Sweden were arrested July 5 during a raid on a Turkish hotel where they were teaching a digital security workshop They were among six activists including Amnesty International’s Turkey director Idil Eser detained last month for allegedly aiding an unspecified armed terror group For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related Newstourists mainly visit during weekends.its area is too small and tents are located very close to each other. Earlier, The RSOPL will be allowed a 40-year concession period to collect toll on the bridge.” he said in response to a question. “I don’t anticipate that there’s going to be major,” Kenneth Roth.