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Major, 2 JeM commanders among 7 killed in Pulwama encounter Pioneer
Seven people, including an Indian Army major and two Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) militants, were killed in a gunfight in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama district, barely 10 km away from the spot of the deadly February 14 suicide attack on the CRPF convoy, police said on Monday.
Pulwama terror attack: Like you, fire raging in my heart too, says PM Modi Business Standard
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said he shared the grief and outrage with the people of the nation in the wake of the terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir which claimed the lives of 40 CRPF personnel.
Pak-funded separatists off safety net Mohit Kandhari, Pioneer
The Jammu & Kashmir Government on Sunday stripped four separatist leaders, including Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, of their security cover and allied arrangements with immediate effect. The order was issued by the State Government three days after a CRPF convoy was attacked in which 44 CRPF jawans were killed in Lethpora area of Pulwama.
America supports India's right to self-defence: US NSA Bolton to Ajit Doval Pioneer
In the wake of the Pulwama terror attack, US National Security Adviser John Bolton told his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval on Friday that America supports India's right to self-defence as both sides vowed to work together to ensure that Pakistan ceases to be a safe heaven for JeM and other terror groups.
Blood boiling, will exact high price: Modi Pioneer
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said those responsible for the Pulwama terror attack will pay “a very heavy price” and security forces will be given a free hand to deal with terrorists. In a hard-hitting speech, Modi said the “blood of the people is boiling” and forces behind the act of terrorism will definitely be punished.
Trump to declare national emergency to build border wall Hindu
US President Donald Trump will sign an executive order declaring a national emergency, which will empower him to fund the construction of a massive wall along the US-Mexico border to prevent illegal immigrants from entering the country and curb drug smuggling.
A Day after Pulwama attack, Saudi Crown Prince cuts short Pak visit Debanish Achom, NDTV
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who was scheduled to visit Pakistan on Saturday along with a business delegation having big-ticket investment potential, has cut short his visit a day after 40 CRPF soldiers were killed in a car bomb attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Pulwama. The attack has been claimed by Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed, whose chief Masood Azhar is roaming freely in Pakistan.
2019 Lok Sabha Elections: ‘BJP to win around 260 seats, Narendra Modi to be PM again’ Times Now
Union Minister of State for Social Justice Ramdas Athawale on Thursday said the BJP would win approximately 260 seats in the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections and Narendra Modi will once again become the prime minister of India.
India revokes Most-Favoured Nation status to Pakistan Hindu
India on Friday announced that it had decided to withdraw the Most-Favoured Nation (MFN) status granted to Pakistan and would also take all possible steps to isolate the country at the international level after Thursday’s car bomb attack in which at least 37 CRPF men were killed in the Kashmir Valley.
43 CRPF jawans martyred in fidayeen crash Khursheed Wani, Pioneer
Asuicide attack killed 43 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel in highway village of Lethpora in south Kashmir on Thursday as a suicide bomber rammed an explosive-laden SUV into a Srinagar-bound paramilitary convoy. This is the biggest attack on security forces in three decades of insurgency in Kashmir. Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad has claimed responsibility for the attack saying 21-year-old local terrorist Adil Dar carried out the attack.
Hope Modi becomes PM again, says Mulayam Singh Yadav in Lok Sabha Times of India
Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav created a flutter in Lok Sabha by stating that he wished Prime Minister Narendra Modi becomes PM once again.
PM Modi: Our global standing at a high because of majority govt Times of India
Using his last speech in the 16th Lok Sabha to drive home benefits of a majority government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said security in numbers led to distinct advantages on the international stage and faster decision making as compared to a disparate 'gathbandhan'.
New Rafale Deal 2.8% cheaper than UPA agreement: Auditor (CAG) Report Sunil Prabhu, NDTV
The Rafale deal sealed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government is 2.8 per cent cheaper than the one negotiated by the previous Congress-led UPA government, says the report of the national auditor CAG.
Will speed up anti-graft drive: Modi Pioneer
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said his Government will speed up the campaign to rid the country of the corrupt, claiming that only such people had a problem with him while the honest trusted the ‘chowkidar’.
17 die in Karol Bagh hotel inferno Shekhar Singh & Chandan Prakash, Pioneer
Karol Bagh, one of the most frequented business hubs in the national Capital, witnessed a horrific incident in which 17 people died while 35 people were injured after a massive fire broke out at a hotel on Tuesday. Some of the victims were charred to death and others were asphyxiated by the poisonous fumes.
'Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas' is the road to 'New India': PM Modi Money Control
A powerful 'New India' cannot be built if its children are not healthy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi Monday said and emphasised that his government has put emphasis on nourishment, vaccination and sanitation to realise the new paradigm.
For Congress, defence sector only about brokering deals: PM Modi Indian Express
FACING OPPOSITION attack on the Rafale deal, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit back on Sunday, saying that for the Congress, the defence sector was only about “brokering deals and helping their own set of friends”.
Congress does yatras only with mortal remains of its leaders: Amit Shah Prashant Pandey, Indian Express
Attacking the Congress for what he called was its focus only on one family, BJP national president Amit Shah Friday said that the party, founded by a British, had undertaken only four national tours, three of which were with the mortal remains of its leaders.
Brain behind Pulwama hiding in J&K Rakesh K Singh, Pioneer
The preliminary probe into the Pulwama attack by the security agencies have revealed a direct involvement of Jaish-e-Mohammad and its Khyber Pakhtunkwa-based commander Nusr Maulvi Watah Quahish.
CRPF cautions against ‘fake posts’ on internet Pioneer
The CRPF on Sunday issued an advisory cautioning the public against “fake pictures” being circulated online of body parts of its 44 troops killed in the Pulwama attack, the deadliest terrorist strike on security forces in the Kashmir Valley in three decades.
Lies of 'Mahajhootbandhan' stand exposed by CAG report on Rafale: Jaitley Pioneer
Union Minister Arun Jaitley Wednesday said the lies of the Congress and opposition parties stand exposed by the CAG report on Rafale, which reaffirms the dictum that truth shall prevail.
Strong pitch for majority govt, potshots at Rahul by PM in Final address to 16th Lok Sabha Pioneer
Prime Minister Narendra Modi took potshots at Congress president Rahul Gandhi over the Rafale issue and made a strong pitch for electing a majority government in national interest, as he addressed the 16th Lok Sabha for the final time on Wednesday.
Parliament passes Interim Budget 2019-20 Economic Times
Parliament Wednesday approved Modi Government's sixth and final Budget that gave Income Tax rebate to those earning up to Rs 5 lakh, an annual cash dole of Rs 6,000 to small farmers and pension for unorganised sector workers.
Rajya Sabha adjourned sine die; citizenship, triple talaq bills lapse Money Control
Samajwadi Party today raised in the Lok Sabha the issue of Uttar Pradesh authorities preventing their chief Akhilesh Yadav from flying to Allahabad even as the Centre asserted that neither the government nor the BJP had any role.
Vadra, mother appear before ED in Bikaner land case Hindu
Robert Vadra, husband of Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, and his mother Maureen Vadra appeared before the Enforcement Directorate here on Tuesday in connection with a probe into the Bikaner land deal case.
Naidu meets Prez to reiterate call for spl status to Andhra Pradesh Pioneer
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu along with TDP MPs and MLAs met President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday and raised demand for Special Status for the State.
First Indian banned by Bar for war on judicial graft moves SC Gopikrishnan, Pioneer
In a rare instance, the Supreme Court on Friday will hear a petition filed by Manikandan Chettiar, an advocate from Chennai, against the life ban imposed on him by the Bar Council of India.
Arunachal CM against tabling Citizenship Bill in Rajya Sabha Business Standard
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Monday changed his stance on the Citizenship Bill, asking Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh not to table the bill in the Rajya Sabha.
Division is in BJP, not in our alliance, says Rahul Gandhi Aurangzeb Naqshbandi & R Sukumar, Hindustan Times
Congress president Rahul Gandhi has dismissed description of the mahagathbandhan (or grand alliance) versus the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) as chaos versus (Narendra) Modi and said that while opposition parties are united, it is the BJP which is in chaos with senior party leaders not on the same page as the Prime Minister.
'There may be constitutional breakdown in West Bengal': Rajnath Singh Debjani Chatterjee, NDTV
The BJP today launched a twin attack on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in Parliament and outside. While Union Home Minister, Rajanth Singh, in his statement told the house that it was "unprecedented the way the CBI officers were stopped" in Kolkata on Sunday, his colleague and education minister, Prakash Javadekar, accused Ms Banerjee of shielding those who had once gone to jail for the Saradha scam.
  The Courts
Aircel-Maxis case: Protection from arrest to Chidambaram, Karti extended till March 8 Pioneer
A Delhi court Monday extended till March 8 the interim protection from arrest granted to former Union minister P Chidambaram and his son Karti in the Aircel-Maxis scam cases filed by the CBI and the ED.
SC refuses reopening of Sterlite plant, grants Vedanta liberty to approach HC Pioneer
The Supreme Court Monday refused to allow reopening of Vedanta's Sterlite plant in Tamil Nadu's Tuticorin, which was at the centre of massive protests over pollution concerns, but granted the company liberty to approach the high court.
Centre final word in Delhi services: SC Pioneer
In a major setback to the AAP Government in Delhi, the two-judge Bench of the Supreme Court on Thursday agreed that the Centre should have the final word on posting and transfer of bureaucrats in the national Capital administration, but their disagreement on finer details resulted in a split verdict and the matter got referred to a larger Bench.
Koregaon-Bhima case: SC sets aside Bombay HC order refusing extension of time to file charge sheet Pioneer
The Supreme Court Wednesday set aside the Bombay High Court order refusing to grant 90 days extension to Maharashtra Police for filing the charge sheet in the Koregaon-Bhima violence case.
SC refuses to monitor CBI investigation into Saradha chit fund scam Economic Times
The Supreme Court, which in May 2014 transferred the investigation into the Saradha chit-fund scam to the CBI, on Monday rejected a plea that the court monitor the case.
Petition filed in SC challenging central law on land acquisition near disputed site in Ayodhya Pioneer
A petition was filed in the Supreme Court Monday challenging the constitutional validity of 1993 Central law on land acquisition in Ayodhya near the disputed Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid site. The plea contended that Parliament has no legislative competence to acquire land belonging to the state.
Show us proof West Bengal govt blocked probe and we'll come hard: SC to CBI Times of India
If the CBI produced evidence of Kolkata police commissioner Rajeev Kumar or any authority in West Bengal destroying evidence or thwarthing investigation into chit fund scam cases, it would 'come down on them so heavily that they will regret it', the Supreme Court told the agency on Mondey.
Kolkata CP will regret if proof destroyed: SC Tribune India
The Supreme Court today warned Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar of strict action if it was found that he tried to destroy evidence relating to the Saradha chit fund scam case in West Bengal after the CBI said it apprehended “destruction of electronic evidence”.
26/11 case: Court issues NBW against two Pak Army officials Pioneer
A sessions court here has issued non-bailable warrants against two Pakistan Army officials - Major Abdul Rehman Pasha and Major Iqbal - in connection with the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks case.
SC expresses displeasure at non-appointment of regular CBI director Pioneer
The Supreme Court Friday asked the Centre why it has not appointed a regular CBI director and said it was "averse" to the appointment of an interim chief for the agency for a long period. A bench comprising justices Arun Mishra and Naveen Sinha said the post of CBI director was sensitive and the government should have appointed a regular director by now.
SC seeks CBI's response on DSP Bassi's plea challenging transfer Pioneer
The Supreme Court Friday sought a response from the CBI on a plea of its Deputy Superintendent of Police A K Bassi challenging his transfer to Port Blair. A bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Sanjiv Khanna issued a notice to the agency and sought its response in six weeks.
Why only ‘babus’ picked for CIC, 4 aides posts: SC Pioneer
The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked the Centre as to why only retired or sitting bureaucrats were being shortlisted by the search committee for appointment as information commissioners.
ED attaches Rs 4.62 crore of assets of Vadra company Pioneer
The Enforcement Directorate has attached assets worth Rs 4.62 crore of Robert Vadra's company in the Bikaner land scam case, officials said Friday. The ED had registered a criminal case in connection with the deal in 2015, taking cognisance of a clutch of FIRs and charge sheets filed by Rajasthan Police after the tehsildar of Bikaner complained about alleged forgery in the allotment of land in the area, considered sensitive due to its proximity to the India-Pakistan border.
Banks get pilot’s seat in Jet Airways, Naresh Goyal loses control Economic Times
Jet Airways founder promoter Naresh Goyal is set to lose control of his beleaguered airline after the board approved a proposal allowing a consortium of banks to become the largest shareholder. The stake of Goyal, who founded the airline in April 1992, could drop to as low as 20% from 51% now while Etihad Airways — along with a partner — may eventually become the biggest shareholder.
Sensex drops over 100 points on weak global cues, foreign fund outflow Hindu
The BSE Sensex fell over 100 points in early trade on Thursday on heavy foreign fund outflows amid rising global crude prices and a subdued trend at other Asian bourses.
IndiGo to cancel 30 flights daily for the rest of February Rhik Kundu, Mint
IndiGo, India’s largest airline by market share, will operate about 30 fewer flights each day for the remainder of the winter schedule as it battles a shortage of pilots.
TRAI extends deadline to select new DTH plans to March 31 NDTV
TRAI has given time till March 31 for consumers to opt for channels of their choice under the new framework for broadcasting and cable services, the telecom regulator said Tuesday.
Airtel, Voda-Idea oppose govt move to regulate intermediaries Economic Times
Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea, represented by Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), have opposed the government’s proposed amendments to the intermediary guidelines and to regulate internet platforms in order to curb fake news, terming them "vague" and ones which can violate privacy of users.
Rupee gains 26 paise against US dollar in opening trade Hindu
The rupee appreciated by another 26 paise to 70.44 against the U.S. dollar in opening trade on Wednesday after retail inflation fell to a 19-month low of 2.05 per cent in January.
Sensex, Nifty flat ahead of key macro numbers Business Standard
The Sensex and Nifty traded on a flat note during the Tuesday morning trade session ahead of the key macro-economic data release. Analysts said that caution ahead of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Index of Industrial Production (IIP) kept the investors from participation.
Markets bleed: 59 BSE-500 stocks hit 52-week lows, Vedanta, Emami among worst hit Yoosef KP, Financial Express
As many as 59 of the BSE-500 stocks slumped to 52-week lows on Monday, exacerbating the one-year long bearish trend in India’s stock markets. Weak corporate earnings for the December 2018 quarter and the uncertain environment ahead of the general elections are prompting investors to take risk off the table.
It hasn’t been jobless growth: Arun Jaitley Pioneer
Union Minister Arun Jaitley on Sunday rejected criticism of giving a ‘jobless economic growth’, saying the absence of any major social or political agitation in the last five years indicates Government schemes have created employment.
ICICI-Videocon money laundering case: ED files case against Kochhars, Dhoot Business Line
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has registered a criminal case of money laundering against former ICICI Bank Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Chanda Kochhar, her husband Deepak Kochhar, Videocon Group promoter Venugopal Dhoot and others to probe alleged irregularities and corrupt practices in sanctioning of ?1,875-crore loans by the bank to the corporate group, officials said Saturday.
Piyush Goyal to address RBI board on February 9 Money Control
Finance Minister Piyush Goyal is scheduled to address the customary post budget meeting of the central board of Reserve Bank of India on February 9 and highlight the key points of the interim Budget.
  States Scan
Army out after clashes, arson in Jammu, curfew clamped Tribune India
Curfew was clamped in the winter capital city today after violent clashes broke out during a shutdown call to protest the Pulwama terror attack. At least six persons were injured in the clashes as protesters indulged in arson, torching over 20 vehicles.
No alliance with TMC: Bengal Cong Pioneer
The Bengal Pradesh Congress leadership has once again claimed that there is no possibility of any alliance with the Trinamool Congress in the State. However, they have not ruled possibilities of electoral adjustments with the Left Front if a proposal comes from the other side.
Kolkata Police chief faces CBI grilling in chit fund scam cases for fifth day in a row Pioneer
Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar appeared before the CBI here for the fifth consecutive day on Wednesday to face questioning in connection with the chit fund scam cases, an official said. Kumar, who is being examined since Saturday for his alleged role in tampering of evidence in the Saradha ponzi scam, arrived shortly after 9.30 am at the CBI office, he said.
Karnataka assembly speaker compares himself to rape survivor Pioneer
Karnataka assembly speaker Ramesh Kumar Tuesday compared himself to a rape survivor having to undergo repeated questioning as he referred to repeated charges against him being part of the controversial audio tapes, over which government has constituted an SIT.
Rajasthan govt introduces 5 pc quota Bill for protesting Gujjars, 4 other castes Pioneer
Rajasthan government Wednesday introduced a bill in the Assembly to give a five per cent quota in jobs and educational institutes to Gujjars and four other communities agitating for it.
'Not Passing Citizenship Bill Defeat For Assam': Himanta Biswa Sarma NDTV
Assam Finance Minister and senior BJP leader Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday said not passing the Citizenship Bill in Rajya Sabha is a defeat for Assam and claimed without it 17 assembly seats in the state will go to Bangladeshi Muslims.
Former Bihar Congress President Ram Jatan Sinha Joins Nitish Kumar's JD(U) NDTV
Former Bihar Congress president Ram Jatan Sinha on Tuesday joined the ruling Janata Dal (United) and lavished praise on Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who heads the party. After joining the JD(U) at an auditorium in presence of top leaders like national vice president Prashant Kishor and state unit chief Vashishth Narayan Singh, Mr Sinha was felicitated at the party office by Mr Kumar.
Jharkhand govt bans Popular Front of India Hindu
The Jharkhand government on Tuesday banned the Popular Front of India (PFI) in the state to curb its anti-national activities and for keeping links with terror outfits like ISIS, a government notification said.
2 militants killed in encounter in Jammu and Kashmir’s Budgam district Hindu
Two militants were killed in an encounter with security forces in Jammu and Kashmir’s Budgam district on Wednesday, police said. Incriminating material, including arms and ammunition, were also recovered from the encounter site.
Shutdown against Bill hits life in Manipur Iboyaima Laithangbam, Hindu
Normal life was thrown out of gear in Manipur on Monday as a result of protests by various groups against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016, which is pending in the Rajya Sabha.
AAP making false promises ahead of LS polls: Sheila Pioneer
Accusing Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of making misleading calls to several voters in Delhi about the deletion of their names from the electoral roll, a delegation of Delhi Congress on Monday called on Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Delhi Dr Ranbir Singh and lodged protest against AAP Government in Delhi for misleading the voters.
  International News
Vijay Mallya files for permission to appeal against extradition order Pioneer
Embattled liquor baron Vijay Mallya, wanted in India on alleged fraud and money laundering charges amounting to an estimated Rs 9,000 crores, has filed his application in the UK High Court, seeking permission to appeal against an extradition order signed by the British Home Secretary.
US experts suspect ISI role in Pulwama terrorist attack Indian Express
The involvement of Jaish-e-Mohammad in Thursday’s terrorist attack in Jammu and Kashmir has raised serious questions about the role of the Pakistani spy agency, ISI, in it, American experts on South Asia have said.
U.S. asks Pakistan to freeze funds of designated terror groups, supports actions against JeM Hindu
The U.S. on Friday asked Pakistan to freeze without delay the funds and other financial assets of the UNSC-designated terrorist networks and their leaders. It also said it fully supports actions to prevent the outlawed Jaish-e-Mohammed from conducting future attacks.
U.S.-China trade talks move to higher level as deadline looms Hindu
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he was looking forward to trade talks with China on Thursday, as discussions in Beijing moved to a higher level in a push to de-escalate a tariff war ahead of a March 1 deadline for a deal.
US warns countries, including India, against buying Venezuelan oil Pioneer
America's tough-talking National Security Adviser John Bolton has warned countries, including India, against buying Venezuelan oil, saying nations and firms that support the embattled President Nicolas Maduro's "theft" will "not be forgotten".
US lawmakers reach tentative deal to avoid govt. shutdown Hindu
U.S. Congressional negotiators on Monday reached a tentative deal to try to avert another partial government shutdown on Saturday, but Congressional aides said it did not contain the $5.7 billion President Donald Trump wants for a border wall.
China wants a deal with U.S. very badly: Donald Trump Hindu
Amid the ongoing Beijing visit of a high-powered U.S. delegation led by its Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer to hammer out a deal with the Chinese, President Donald Trump has said China wants a trade deal with the United States very badly.
US negotiators reach deal to avoid government shutdown Mid Day
US House and Senate legislators have reached an agreement "in principle" to provide $1.375 billion for barriers at the Mexico border, a figure far lower than the $5.7 billion that President Donald Trump had demanded, to avert another government shutdown.
US sails two warships close to disputed island chain in South China Sea; angers Beijing Times of India
The US sailed two guided-missile destroyers close to the distroyers close to the disputed islands in the South China Sea on Monday to challenge China's excessive maritime claim, drawing the ire of Beijing which accused Washington of trying to "stir up trouble".
Longest US shutdown over: Donald Trump signs bill to reopen government Mint
Submitting to mounting pressure amid growing disruption, President Donald Trump signed a bill on Friday to reopen the government for three weeks, backing down from his demand that Congress give him money for his border wall before federal agencies get back to work.
Donald Trump ally Roger Stone arrested for lying about hacked emails, says ‘will not testify against president’ Hindustan Times
A longtime ally of U.S. President Donald Trump was arrested on Friday for lying to Congress about the 2016 campaign’s efforts to use stolen emails to undercut his Democratic rival in the latest arrest of the Special Counsel probe into possible election manipulation.
Donald Trump recognises opposition leader Juan Guaido as Venezuela’s interim president Indian Express
The Trump administration ratcheted up pressure on Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday, announcing US recognition of the country’s opposition leader as interim president and signaling potential new sanctions against its vital oil sector.
Kamala Harris raises over $1 million within 24 hours of her presidential bid announcement Hindu
Kamala Harris, the first Indian-origin Senator, has raised a whopping more than $1 million funds within 24 hours after announcing her presidential bid for 2020, according to a media report.
Donald Trump’s plan to reopen govt, build border wall undercut by US Supreme Court Indian Express
President Donald Trump’s bid to build a US-Mexico border wall and end a month-long partial government shutdown suffered a blow on Tuesday when the US Supreme Court left in place, for now, a program protecting young illegal immigrants from deportation.
14 dead as ships with Indian, Turkish crews catch fire off Russia Pioneer
Two ships carrying Indian, Turkish and Libyan crew members caught fire in the Kerch Strait separating Crimea from Russia, killing at least 14 sailors, according to media reports.
Mexican pipeline explosion kills 73, leaves nightmare of ash Hindu
Gerardo Perez returned on Saturday to the scorched field in central Mexico where he’d seen an illegal pipeline tap burst into flames to see if he could recognize missing friends. He couldn’t. Only a handful of the remains still had skin. Dozens were burned to the bone or to ash when the gusher of gasoline exploded, killing at least 73 people.
World’s oldest man dies in Japan aged 113 Guardian
The world’s oldest man has died at his home, a hot springs inn on Japan’s northern main island of Hokkaido, at the age of 113. His family said Masazo Nonaka died peacefully from natural causes in the early hours of Sunday while sleeping in the inn in Ashoro, which has been run by his family for four generations.
Trump's new missile defense strategy eyes space-based sensors Money Control
US President Donald Trump is due to unveil a revamped US missile defence strategy on Thursday that looks at ways to boost America's security, including by possibly deploying a new layer of space-based sensors to detect and track enemy missiles.
Indian-origin White House official Raj Shah quits Trump administration Hindustan Times
Raj Shah, an Indian-origin top spokesman in the White House press office, has left US President Donald Trump’s administration to join an arm of a lobbying firm, becoming the latest of several senior officials to quit in recent months.

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