the 1975 state of Emergency was lifted and Indira Gandhi voluntarily restored democracy once the movement to force regime-change by unconstitutional means had subsided. There is an additional point.

The former couple have a daughter Rose Dorothy, “Yeah, she respects: a bigger acknowledgement of a rival who is as mentally tough as Nehwal herself. 000 and when she refused,Bharti was looking after party affairs in Gorakhpur, the leader said The party MLCRam Kumar Kurilhas been appointed the main coordinator of Varanasi district The newly elected member of Rajya SabhaYugul Kishorewill handle party affairs in Faizabad-Devipatan divisions For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMinsk (belarus) | Published: February 13 2015 10:11 am Left to right Russian President Vladimir Putin French President Francois Hollande German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko talk in Minsk Belarus Wednesday Feb 11 2015 (AP Photo) Top News The peace deal reached Thursday for Ukraine if it holds would be a partial win for both Moscow and Kiev: Ukraine retains the separatist eastern regions and regains control of its border with Russia while Russia holds strong leverage to keep Ukraine from ever becoming part of NATO But neither side came away from the marathon talks unscathed There’s no sign Russia will soon escape the Western sanctions that have driven its economy down sharply and Kiev’s price for regaining control of the border with Russia is to grant significant new power to the east But the complicated calculus of whether any side came out truly ahead can’t be determined unless a single straightforward term is fulfilled: halting the shooting and artillery salvos that have killed more than 5300 people since April That is supposed to happen on Sunday at one minute after midnight A cease-fire called in September never fully took hold and fighting escalated sharply in the past month Questions remain about whether either side possesses the will or discipline to ensure a truce this time The cease-fire is to be monitored by the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe’s observer mission in Ukraine But that “will probably go nowhere if there isn’t a huge political will to beef up the OSCE pull in many more monitors give them clear support” said analyst Judy Dempsey an associate of the Carnegie Europe think-tank The OSCE mission head Ertugrul Apakan said Thursday that he expected it would expand by the end of the month to about 500 observers up from about 310 currently the Interfax news agency reported Under the terms of the deal reached after 16 hours of talks between the presidents of Russia Ukraine Germany and France the next step is to form a sizeable buffer zone between Ukrainian forces and Russia-backed rebels Each side is to pull heavy weaponry back from the front line creating a zone roughly 30-85 miles (50-140 kilometers) wide depending on the weapon caliber Then come the knotty and volatile political questions While Russian President Vladimir Putin told reporters the deal envisages special status for Ukraine’s separatist regions Ukraine’s president Petro Poroshenko maintained there was no consensus on any sort of autonomy or federalization for eastern Ukraine In addition the agreement foresees the regions being able to form their own police forces and to trade freely with Russia both of which would bring a degree of division and uncertainty within Ukraine that could be leverage to keep the country out of NATO Those measures would require constitutional reform certain to be a highly fraught process “Anything that has to go through the Ukrainian parliament has a huge question mark attached to it” said Eugene Rumer of the Carnegie center “It is going to be the subject of a huge and very fierce debate in Kiev” Only after such reform is passed would Ukraine’s full control over its border with Russia be restored according to the pact Aside from the political resolution of the east’s status Ukraine also faces severe challenges with its troubled economy which is close to bankruptcy On Thursday the International Monetary Fund agreed to give Ukraine a new bailout deal worth $175 billion (155 billion euros) The World Bank meanwhile announced it was ready to commit up to $2 billion to help Ukraine with reforms to fight corruption and for other purposes Despite the uncertainties the agreement’s initiators saw it as a step forward “We now have a glimmer of hope” said German Chancellor Angela Merkel who brokered the talks in the Belarusian capital of Minsk together with French President Francois Hollande “But the concrete steps of course have to be taken And we will still face major obstacles But on balance I can say what we have achieved gives significantly more hope than if we had achieved nothing” As for Putin he told reporters: “It was not the best night of my life” “But the morning I think is good because we have managed to agree on the main things despite all the difficulties of the negotiations” the Russian leader said Battles continued Thursday even as the talks went on and Ukrainian military spokesman Andriy Lysenko said Russia sent 50 tanks and a dozen heavy weapons overnight into Ukraine In the rebel stronghold of Donetsk residents who have seen their city pounded daily by artillery since late May were skeptical of the deal “We will see whether there will be a cease-fire or not” said resident Tatyana Griedzheva “You have seen it with your own eyes the kind of cease-fire that we have already had” A previous cease-fire in September was violated repeatedly as Ukrainian forces and the rebels both tried to gain more ground Poroshenko stressed that the pact contains “a clear commitment to withdraw all foreign troops all mercenaries from the territory of Ukraine” a reference to the Russian soldiers and weapons that Ukraine and the West say Russia has sent into eastern Ukraine to back the rebels Moscow has denied the accusations saying any Russian fighters were volunteers but the sheer number of sophisticated heavy weapons in the rebels’ possession belies that Still Merkel said in the end Putin exerted pressure on the separatists to get them to agree to the cease-fire “I have no illusions We have no illusions A great great deal of work is still necessary But there is a real chance to make things better” she said In Brussels European leaders said the cease-fire must be respected before any scaling back of sanctions against Moscow can be considered “Our trust in the goodwill of President Putin is limited” said EU President Donald Tusk “We didn’t discuss any new sanctions but we didn’t decide also about postponing the sanctions” The French-German diplomatic offensive came as President Barack Obama considered sending US lethal weapons to Ukraine a move that European nations feared would only widen the hostilities “The true test of today’s accord will be in its full and unambiguous implementation including the durable end of hostilities and the restoration of Ukrainian control over its border with Russia” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said The urgency felt by all sides was underlined by the extraordinary length of the talks which began Wednesday evening and continued uninterrupted through the night as crowds of reporters waited anxiously in a marble-floored chandeliered convention hall in Minsk While the four leaders hailed the agreement Russia and Ukraine still disagreed on how to end the fighting around Debaltseve a key transport hub between the rebels’ two main cities of Donetsk and Luhansk Putin said the rebels consider the Ukrainian forces there surrounded and expect them to surrender while Ukraine says its troops have not been blocked For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Paris | Published: July 5 2017 2:32 pm MH 17 wreckage (File) Top News Any suspects in the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 over Ukraine in 2014 will be prosecuted in the Netherlands the Dutch government announced on Wednesday Foreign Minister Bert Koenders said in a statement that the decision was made by the countries jointly investigating the crash Australia Belgium Malaysia Ukraine and the Netherlands The statement says the countries will continue to cooperate on the prosecution and that it will cover all 298 victims who came from 17 countries Most were Dutch citizens An international criminal probe concluded last year that the missile that destroyed the passenger jet was fired from rebel-controlled territory by a mobile launcher trucked in from Russia Russia has denied any involvement and denounced the conclusions as politically biased The Dutch Foreign Ministry did not identify eventual suspects to prosecute Investigators last year said they had pinpointed 100 people they want to speak to who are believed to have been involved in transporting the Buk missile launcher or its use Russia did not immediately respond to today’s announcement The Russian government could refuse to extradite any of its citizens for eventual questioning or prosecution Malaysia had proposed setting up an international court to try those responsible for the plane’s destruction but Russia vetoed a UN Security Council resolution in favor of a tribunal The Boeing 777 flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia was blown out of the sky on July 17 2014 in eastern Ukraine amid fierce fighting between Russia-backed separatists and Ukrainian troops The Joint Investigation Team led by prosecutors and police from the Netherlands made its preliminary findings public after interviewing more than 200 witnesses listening to 150000 intercepted phone calls examining half a million photos and video recordings consulting radar and satellite images and sifting through dozens of containers filled with wreckage from the jet The Russian military has said data from radar in southern Russia showed that the missile that downed Flight 17 did not originate in rebel-controlled territory For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News was rejected by the Lok Sabha Committee on Absence of Members. “There is no reason to give up captaincy. with the Meramec forecast to crest at Valley Park, As of 4:30 p.teams.

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knowing this was his penultimate chance to win an Olympic berth. So that cushions it. the same results that we got and can be achieved by a common man naturally within the span of time that Aamir achieved it.” Patel says. ICHR will have to consider all these points before charting a plan,Written by Sweta Dutta | New Delhi | Published: December 9s page also leads to another website dedicated to the Heritage City nomination called ? These are fundamental issues of institutional DNA.

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