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After all these are issues which touch our lives and loved ones Whatever way we think about the question of same-sex marriage whether it’s to vote yes or to vote no simply doing what others tell us or voting on an impulse would be a poor way of making a decision” He says the centre has already run a pilot workshop with twelve participants as well as two facilitators and two observers “The feedback from the event was very positive with people really welcoming the opportunity to voice their concerns questions and emotions around the issue They felt they were heard in a non-judgmental way and were given the space to reason things out and listen openly to others” The workshop consists of two parts says Fr Clarke “First we will be able to look at where we are how we feel and what we think in relation to the proposed change to the definition of marriage The second part of the morning will look at how we make better decisions and will involve consideration of some general techniques of decision-making as well as those offered by Ignatian spirituality” St Ignatius the founder of the Jesuits is well known for his understanding and reflection on the way to make good choices In many ways he was way ahead of his time even in his psychology of decision making “Nowadays his language may have been updated but his key insights are unchanged insights such as taking time to choose consulting with trusted friends or experts not making a decision when you’re feeling low using your head and your heart together not acting on impulse” If you would like to participate contact Gerry Clarke SJ at 086 8776537 or by email at jesuitcentregalway@gmailcom To prepare for the meeting read one or more of these four articles selected from Catholic cultural theological and pastoral reviews They are differing in their stances and are offered to stimulate reflection on the proposed amendment to the Constitution and save participants from arriving cold at the workshop Gallagher Raphael ‘Current Debates on Marriage’ Doctrine and Life April 2015 McCarthy Padraig ‘The Church the State and the Marriage Referendum’ The Furrow April 2015 Moloney Raymond ‘The Marriage Referendum’ The Furrow March 2015 Riordan Patrick SJ ‘The Purpose of the Law: the Case of Same-sex Marriage’ Studies Spring 2014By: Express Web Desk | Published: November 21 2017 10:50 am Roman Reigns delivered the Spear and The Miz was out of the competition after that (Source: WWE Twitter) Related News Roman Reigns defeated The Miz to clinch his first ever Intercontinental Championship title The Miz had invited Reigns for an interview that was in fact to get a “thank you” Reigns arrived with the rest of The Shield and Raw General Manager Kurt Angle so as to fuse the situation made a Roman Reigns vs The Miz main event for the Intercontinental Championship Reigns had the upper hand at the beginning of the fight but The Miz would stage a comeback by luring The Big Dog outside the and capitalising on an opening There were numerous interventions from both sides with Sheamus and Cesaro trying to help The Miz in the fight Reigns was helped by his Shield teammates But Sheamus and Cesaro kept Reigns distracted long enough for The Miz to inflict a Skull-Crushing Finale on Reigns Reigns managed to kick out of it and Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins came in to even the odds out Reigns then delivered the Spear and The Miz was out of the competition after that #TheBigDog is now a GRAND SLAM CHAMPION as @WWERomanReigns captures his first #ICTitle on #RAW pictwittercom/JgUB1x9P5H — WWE (@WWE) 21 November 2017 Other Results: Raw General Manager Kurt Angle Jason Jordan and Braun Strowman all confronted Triple H Samoa Joe def Finn Bálor Asuka def Dana Brooke Dean Ambrose def Raw Tag Team Champion Sheamus Paige Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose attacked Sasha Banks Bayley Alicia Fox and Mickie James Braun Strowman def Jason Jordan via Disqualification Matt Hardy attacked Elias For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: February 18 2014 9:41 pm Speaker had suspended 16 Seemandhra MPs including Rajagopal who opposes Telangana state after the pepper spray incident on February 13 and they could not attend the House Related News Seemandhra MP L Rajagopal who had created a storm by splashing pepper spray in Lok Sabha Tuesday resigned from Parliament and announced quitting politics saying he was “hurt” as Telugu people have been divided following the passage of Telangan bill in Lok Sabha Rajagopal an expelled member of Congress said he has sent his resignation to the Lok Sabha Secretariat and he would meet Speaker Meira Kumar tomorrow to press for its acceptance The Vijayawada MP’s action came within hours after the controversial bill was passed by the Lok Sabha The Speaker had suspended 16 Seemandhra MPs including Rajagopal who opposes Telangana state after the pepper spray incident on February 13 and they could not attend the House today “I submit my resignation from Lok Sabha I am quitting politics too I’m hurt as Telugu-speaking people are divided now It is a sad day I lost interest in politics” Rajagopal told PTI The industrialist-politician said he had announced in the year 2009 at the peak of pro-Telangana agitation that he would quit politics if a separate state is formed “Formation of separate Telangana is not in the interest of Telugu-speaking people and the nation as a whole” he said He said he would work for the unity of Telugu-speaking people “I have formed an NGO Rajagopal Foundation I will now work for the unity of Telugu-speaking people” Rajagopal said Asked whether he regrets the pepper spray attack in the House which had attracted widespread condemnation he said “I did everything for the unity of Andhra Pradesh” His resignation comes at a time when the Committee of Privileges of Lok Sabha which has got punitive powers has been asked by the Speaker to go into the incident termed Meira Kumar as a “blot” on democracy Unprecedented pandemonium had broken out in the House when Rajagopal who is opposed to the division of Andhra Pradesh brought a canister from which he sprayed pepper All political parties have demanded action against him Government has already said it would not oppose whatever decision the Speaker takes in this regard For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Both the Congress and the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) have summoned legislature party meetings on Thursday immediately after the obituary references.
The issue was sent to Attorney General G E Vahanvati for his opinion and was forwarded to Parasaran as Vahanvati is out of country.8 per cent in June this year from 3. confirmed the arrest. “We have arrested Surinder Singh and we will produce him in a city court within 24 hours” he said According to police the incident had taken place when NDMC employees were conducting routine checks near Tughlaq Road and were questioning a vegetable vendor near the signal Share This Article Related Article “Suddenly AAP MLA Surinder Singh intervened and started arguing with the civic authorities A fight ensued and the MLA’s driver beat up one NDMC employee Though the MLA did not beat up the employee he used caste-based expletives against him and threatened him of dire consequences” a police officer said Singh meanwhile had claimed that the NDMC employees were demanding Rs 3000 from the vegetable vendor and had also beaten him up “I am also an NDMC member and that is why I went ahead to stop the problem I did not beat up or abuse anyone” he said The trio had been booked under sections 332 353 367 186 511 506 34 of the Indian Penal Code and under Section 3 (10) of the SC/ST Act for allegedly beating ‘beldar’ (repairman) Mukesh an employee of the NDMC When police started sending notices to the MLA to question him over the issue he failed to turn up On August 11 Singh had met Delhi Police Commissioner B S Bassi and “explained” the reasons for not turning up for questioning “I explained to the commissioner that I was out of Delhi for four days and I was unable to join the police for investigation” he had said His plea for anticipatory bail was later rejected by a city court In a strongly-worded press release the ruling AAP “condemned” the arrest terming it “suspicious” “It is quite astonishing the manner in which he was arrested on Friday The MLA a public representative himself went to meet the police top brass and was questioned then What was the need to arrest him on Friday The action of Delhi Police on a motivated allegation is highly condemnable and suspicious It is clear that the arrest has been done to divert attention from some other issues” the statement said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kanishka Singh | New Delhi | Updated: May 14 2017 7:45 pm One Belt One Road (OBOR) is China’s ambitious project to connect Asia Africa and China via land and maritime routes The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor running through Kashmir forms a part of OBOR and it is a major strategic concern for India Related News The balancing act of handling the Chinese threat along with economic development goals is a leitmotif in the Indo-Chinese geopolitical landscape The ongoing Belt Road Forum (BRF) hosted by Beijing has presented a similar situation where India has to carry on with this balancing act The conference has brought barring India and Bhutan all south Asian countries onboard its One Belt One Road project which aims to connect Asia Africa and Europe via land and maritime routes India’s concerns surround sovereignty as the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which forms a part of the OBOR runs through Indian sovereign territory of Kashmir Bhutan has no diplomatic ties with China and hence it is only India that is holding its ground For its political differences and strategic concerns it is imperative for India to not budge from its position as it would count as a submissive acceptance of the CPEC The territory through which the corridor passes would hence be perceived as Pakistani territory by India’s western neighbour and its all-weather friend–China India refused to send a delegation to the conference thereby maintaining its position against the belt and road project Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar spoke like a true diplomat when he stated that the relationship between India and China could be “mutually supportive” China has pumped in at least $46 billion of investment into Pakistan for the CPEC project and it would seem very difficult to believe that China would withdraw now The OBOR project is essentially part of China’s expansionist designs starting with Asia What some call a move on economic diplomacy the belt and road project would give India massive headaches as the immediate fallout will be increased ease of cooperative action between Pakistan and Chinese forces Also worryingly the Chinese Army will get deeper access and deployment in Kashmir Prime Minister Narendra Modi articulated a model of harmonious India-China relations when he said the key lies in “respect and sensitivity for each other’s core interests” However it should not be forgotten that behind the generic statements lies a situation of tension Both countries seem to want the tension to subside albeit with different endings to the story For China it seems one of the most crucial projects would be CPEC’s completion to give Beijing access to the Gwadar port in Pakistan A scenario that concerns India as it poses a situation of double flanked threats from Beijing The stalemate it seems would not be resolved soon and staying away from the conference seems a wise move at the moment Both neighbours share a highly strategic relationship spun around economic cooperation But it could take some hard work from Beijing’s side to end this impasse in South Asia For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsJhargram (west Bengal) | Published: January 22 2015 9:19 pm Rahul Sinha Related News Claiming that 29 BJP workers were jailed in West Bengal in false cases for past one year state BJP President Rahul Sinha on Thursday said despite this the ruling Trinamool Congress government won’t succeed in preventing BJP from coming to power in next assembly polls Like the way the over three-decade-old CPI(M) government could not stop TMC win in the 2011 assembly polls despite all attempts the TMC is now faced with a similar situation and will meet the same fate as Marxists in the next hustings Sinha told a public meeting at Rabindra Park in Jhargram town He alleged that 29 BJP activists had been jailed at the behest of ruling TMC leaders on false cases in collusion with the police The BJP leader wondered why senior TMC leader Mukul Roy was not facing CBI “if he is not involved in the Saradha chit fund scam” “The TMC had been brought to power by people of West Bengal with lots of hope Now this hope has been replaced by despair over the Saradha issue” Sinha said The BJP leader also sought to know why no policeman has been arrested in the case of “torture of a housewife” at Parui despite the state being run by a woman CM He described as too little the departmental proceedings against some cops in the issue Sinha blamed Banerjee of giving false promises to the people of ‘jangalmahal’ (the forested belt of West Midnapore) Bengali actor Joy Banerjee and district BJP leaders were also present at the rally For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe National College of Ireland (NCI) celebrated its Jesuit heritage on September 20th with the launch of a book on the college’s history and a permanent exhibition Irish Provincial John Dardis SJ spoke at the event The National College of Ireland (NCI) celebrated its Jesuit heritage on September 20th with the launch of a book on the college’s history and a permanent exhibition Irish Provincial John Dardis SJ underlined the values of social justice and personal empowerment which have marked the College’s history I am delighted to be here today and honoured to take part in this official launch and opening of this permanent exhibition about the history of NCI that you can see around here in the panels on the wall and also in print I congratulate all of those associated with this I want to thank Paul Mooney the Head of the College Denis O’Brien Chair of the Board of Governors Paul Rose Owen Kinsella and Mark Durkin who wrote the book I had a chance to look through the book earlier on and just let me point out some key words that leaped out at me as I read it First of all in terms of ‘vision’ Phrases like ‘overcoming disadvantage’; ‘unlocking potential’; ‘respecting and developing the dignity of people’; access – all of these are what the College is about It is working on a formal Vision Mission at the present I understand but the heart of it is that and that was the heart of the Jesuit vision for this back in 1950 It was ground-breaking at the time The 1950s were a time in Ireland when not that many radical things were happening It was a very structured society a very polarised society in many ways and across Europe it was the time of recovery from the second World War and the divisions that that had brought And here was a College that was beginning to move in that direction speaking about people’s dignity; speaking about equality; trying to break down barriers That has been a hallmark of the College from the beginning The second thing is the people I want to mention the names of those associated with the College and honour them officially – Fr Eddie Kent Fr Coyne John Brady (who is here today I think) Bill Toner (who could not be here) Todd Morrissey and of course Joyce O’Connor and now Paul They are just the names of the Directors obviously Directors cannot do much without a staff I want to acknowledge all that because you know the phrase “without a vision the people perish” But without people the vision does not get done The vision does not get implemented the vision remains a dead letter – it remains something on a plaque on the wall So I compliment and honour all these people both those who are here today and those who cannot be here and also those who have passed on I compliment all of those Lastly very briefly I want to speak about the Jesuit family of third level institutions I was in Santiago in Chile over the summer and saw there that they have a Jesuit Workers’ College – a Workers’ University (Universidad de Travahalores) It is amazing what goes on there When you see the energy when you see the enthusiasm And what they are about is similar Disadvantage is being overcome People are getting access People are getting training and are being empowered The Jesuits in Africa are discussing setting up a Jesuit University for Africa Exciting discussions and part of those discussions are at least on the margins of them A similar kind of vision when you think of the disadvantage in Africa and the need to overcome it A great vision Places like Georgetown University in the States Boston College where as I stated again there the foundation was again to provide for at the time the Catholic community giving them a chance to access the University They have expanded and grown The vision has developed and deepend over the years to become more inclusive, and here is what we have today as a result. Your standard becomes more difficult and challenging. there is another one, Sources in the DGSE office said the salaries may not be released any time soon for reasons best known to higher authorities. “We have been making rounds of the DGSE office,By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 15a status quo on Marathi language test.
“Her work can be an inspiration for all those want to fight climate change, Sunil,they allegedly got in forcefully and drove off, Nothing,s son Himanshu. 2011 5:09 pm Related News Actress Sonam Kapoor,The court has directed the government to fill these posts as early as possible and file a compliance report in three months, he said For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: July 19 2012 5:10 pm Related News An egg today is better than a hen tomorrow Going to work on an egg is healthier than before as a study has found that it’s nutritional benefits have increased over past 30 years According to a study funded by Britain’s department of Healtheggs not only are lower in fatcholesterol and caloriesthey also contain more vitamin D than previously thought The study found that the average medium-sized egg now has nearly 25 per cent less saturated fatwhich is linked to heart diseasethan one sold in the 1980s They contain 13 gramsrather than 17 grams No more than 20 grams of saturated fat a day is prescribed by nutritioniststhe ‘Daily Mail’ reported Researchers also found eggs contain 177 micro-grams of cholesterolthe substance which clogs arteriesjust over 10 per cent less than the 202 micro-grams previously recorded They have fewer calories than experts originally thoughttoo there are 66 in a medium eggnot 78 Scientists said eggs contain nearly twice the amount of vitamin D than was noted in the 1980s The vitamin is essential for protecting the bones and preventing ricketsa condition which causes bone deformities in young children A medium egg contains 16 micro-grams of vitamin D compared with the 09 micro-grams that was recorded in the 1980s This is two-thirds of recommended daily amount “This is a very welcome finding at a time when there is rapidly accumulating evidence that a lack of vitamin D could be a risk factor for a number of chronic diseases” said nutritionist Cath MacDonald Scientists from the Institute of Food Research believe eggs are healthier largely because the food given to hens has changed Since the 1980s they have been fed a mixture of wheatcornvegetable oil and high-protein formulated feedrather than meat and bone-meal This means their eggs have less cholesterol and saturated fat The new feed also helps them to absorb more vitamin D and other nutrients For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe works of ancient Greek playwrights are getting a second act as clues for climate scientists Few historical accounts of Mediterranean weather exist prior to the third century BCE Climate researchers are particularly interested in the regular occurrence of sunny midwinter periods called Halcyon days during ancient times In Greek mythology the goddess Halcyon insulted Zeus who in spite transformed her into a bird that can lay its eggs only during midwinter Out of pity Zeus provided her with 14 days of calm midwinter weather each year to lay her eggs in security Scientists rummaged for references to Halcyon days in 43 plays performed at the outdoor Theatre of Dionysus in Athens pictured during the fifth and fourth centuries BCE The plays included seven references to stretches of calm sunny winter days suggesting that Halcyon periods were common during the classical age the researchers report this month in Weather Scientists now know that Halcyon days are caused by stagnant high-pressure weather systems rather than vengeful gods enabling them to use the theatrical weather records to study how the region’s climate evolved over time See more ScienceShotsEcuador’s Yachay Tech University is beset by turmoil ANDES/Micaela Ayala V Plans for a research powerhouse in the Andes begin to unravel By Emiliano Rodríguez MegaJul 21 2017 3:00 PM Paola Ayala knew it was a gamble to dial down her physics research at the University of Vienna in May 2015 and spend most of her time at Yachay Tech University a nascent institution in rural northern Ecuador backed with an estimated $1 billion in government funding But the allure of the grand experiment to create a world-class research university in the Andes was overpowering Ayala the first Ecuadorian woman to get a PhD in physics was eager to return home as the school’s new dean of physical sciences and nanotechnology “I wanted to help change my country” she says Ayala’s run in Ecuador didn’t last long Last month Yachay Tech fired her and five other scientists in leadership positions including Chancellor Catherine Rigsby a geologist recruited from East Carolina University in Greenville North Carolina Ecuador’s struggling economy may have played some role; the university in a 22 June statement said that the terminations were part of an austerity plan meant to trim $2 million in expenses But the ousted academics say they are victims of shifting national priorities and a personality conflict with Yachay Tech’s new rector the university’s top position The acrimonious dispute comes at what everybody involved agrees is a moment of truth for Yachay Tech Ecuador’s former president Rafael Correa launched the institution in 2013 as part of a bid to transform the nation’s economy from one reliant on exports of oil and other commodities to one that generates its own innovations The government began erecting a sprawling campus in Yachay a new science city 3 hours north of Quito Ecuador’s capital in Urcuquí province and the nascent venture wooed overseas faculty with competitive salaries Since then oil prices have plummeted and Ecuador’s new government which came to power in May does not appear to share Correa’s vision for Yachay which means “knowledge” in kichwa the local language Tensions rose in recent months as Yachay Tech’s rector Carlos Castillo-Chavez derided the university’s overall research output Faculty members pushed back charging that administrators and Yachay EP the public company that runs the university and surrounding science city failed to live up to promises of support for their work Laboratories are still works in progress and scientists say they lack equipment and materials Ayala and others accuse Castillo-Chavez of steering the institution away from its original concept of a research powerhouse and toward a more typical university that emphasizes teaching Castillo-Chavez a prominent Mexico-born mathematical biologist who retains a position at Arizona State University in Tempe expressed his disillusionment with Yachay Tech days after arriving on the campus last May Despite “tremendous working conditions for the faculty” he wrote in a 4 June email to Ayala and other senior scientists that Science obtained he had found “limited productivity and almost zero efforts to bring [in] extramural funding” Most of Yachay Tech’s professors are overpaid and would “not be hired at most research universities in the USA” he asserted “This is not the environment that I expected” Yachay Tech he further wrote must “embrace the national educational policies which demand access more students reduced costs and institutional collaboration” In its statement on the firings the university also noted plans to vastly boost enrollment aiming to increase the student body fivefold to 5000 over the next 4 years Carlos Castillo-Chavez Yachay Tech’s rector GDA/El Universal/México/Newscom “We went from feeling like we were at the top of the world to complete despair” says Paul Baker who was Yachay Tech’s dean of geological sciences until he was fired last month (He has since returned to his previous institution Duke University in Durham North Carolina) In a 20 June email to Castillo-Chavez Ayala stated that she was “ready to tighten the budget” And she challenged the rector to “be that person we were waiting for [for] months The leader who can take care of the politics” But evidently the die had already been cast On 20 June Yachay Tech dismissed Ayala Baker and four colleagues In later media reports Castillo-Chavez criticized the dismissed researchers for not teaching (Baker and others say they were never asked to teach) and for excessive travel (They say Castillo-Chavez had approved their travel) After Baker questioned the qualifications of his successor as dean Castillo-Chavez emailed Duke Provost Sally Kornbluth what Baker saw as a threat to his visa “We are in the process of reporting his behavior to the appropriate immigration authorities of Ecuador” the rector wrote Castillo-Chavez did not respond to emails from Science and a Yachay Tech spokesperson stated that the rector would not comment further In a 27 June report in Ecuador’s El Telégrafo newspaper Castillo-Chavez stated that to save money junior professors at Yachay Tech would serve as temporary deans for 1 to 3 years The austerity plan he told El Telégrafo would not include a reduction of his own Yachay Tech income—$18126 per month or triple former President Correa’s government salary in 2015—because his “family needs” required his full salary He is also continuing to work half time as a regents professor at Arizona State and co-directing the Simon A Levin Mathematical Computational and Modeling Sciences Center for which he is drawing a salary of $122069 a year The turmoil at Yachay Tech has not subsided On 13 July the department of human resources sent an email to employees spelling out how to tender their resignations if they wish to quit “For me all hope is lost Academic freedom no longer exists at Yachay Tech” one professor who asked to remain anonymous told Science “Like many others I am finding my fastest way to move on and leave this broken institution behind me” If Yachay Tech unravels some fear that science in Ecuador will suffer a severe setback “The way that we were treated was abhorrent but all that is eclipsed by the missed opportunities of a whole country” says Vladimiro Mujica former dean of chemical sciences and engineering who was also fired last month and has relocated to Arizona State “As an Ecuadorian myself it makes me feel terrible” says Ayala who has returned to Vienna “We will have to wait at least 100 years until someone else risks investing in a similar project once people have forgotten about all of this mess” she says Emiliano Rodríguez Mega is a science journalist in Mexico City87 Class IV posts and 121 other posts vacant in the Directorate of Social Defence,” On Sunday, Landslides have cut off both road as well as railway links in the district.
Sandip Roy explores the terms of entanglement and family life by tracing the skeins of each secret in the Mitra household. Avinash’s adolescence till his midlife crisis, Shop owners in the area later staged a protest against police and said their businesses were not safe even during the daytime. These leaders would like the JD(U)’s internal crisis to appear only as a fallout of Nitish’s desperation to replace Manjhi as chief minister. Maharashtra,was nabbed on Wednesdayfollowing a complaint by the eldest girl aged 16 who told police that she was “exploited” since she was in Class I and the accused had also offered to marry her Another girl’s age is around 11 years while the youngest one is six-and-half-years-old the complaint said adding the accused has been allegedly exploiting the trio over the years and threatened them Dhantoli police arrested Ansari last evening and charged him with rape and under provisions of Protection of Children From Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act Ansari who was married at least twice but could not father a biological child had apparently adopted the girls at a tender age on the pretext of bringing them up and educate them police said Neither of Ansari’s two wives stayed with him The accused had been forcing himself upon the girls regularly they said After the eldest girl approached an NGO through a friend’s family the victims were rescued from their residence at Ajni Square on Wardha road by Zonal DCP Deepali Masirkar and shifted to a government shelter sources said “An NGO is providing means for the girls to continue with their schools Police will probe how the girls were adopted” Masirkar said “Police could not find any adoption documents while searching the house and the accused too is not forthcoming about any legal information on the adoption” she said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Islamabad | Updated: June 8 2016 5:45 pm India had successfully test-fired indigenously developed supersonic interceptor missile capable of destroying any incoming ballistic missile from a test range off Odisha coast on May 15 Top News Pakistan has expressed serious concern over India’s recent development of an anti-ballistic missile system saying that it may give India a false sense of security leading to unexpected complications which are contrary to its policy of a friendly neighbourhood India had successfully test-fired indigenously developed supersonic interceptor missile capable of destroying any incoming ballistic missile from a test range off Odisha coast on May 15 The criticism came in the meeting of Senate on Tuesday Share This Article Related Article Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz told the government’s response to the Senate “Massive conventional nuclear and missile development programmes pursued by India are now leading to nuclearisation of the Indian Ocean” he said “The development of an anti-ballistic missile system (ABM) may give India a false sense of security leading to unexpected complications Such actions are also contrary to the policy of a peaceful and friendly neighbourhood which our prime minister (Nawaz Sharif) has repeatedly espoused” Aziz said “Pakistan has serious concerns over these developments and will take all necessary measures to augment its defence capabilities” he said “The balance of power has been disturbed in South Asia the way it was disturbed following India’s nuclear tests in 1998” said Senator Javed Abbasi of ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) “I’m not aware of our military’s response but I suggest that the security establishment take note of the Indian interceptor missile test and devise a strategy accordingly” he said “The (interceptor missile) test has increased military threats from India” said Senator Mushahid Hussain Sayed of opposition Pakistan Muslim League Quaid-e-Azam (PMLQ) Referring to an upcoming meeting of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) in Seoul Mushahid said ground was being paved for India’s elevation to the NSG “This is our diplomatic failure The Indians are encircling us from all sides Even our immediate neighbours like Afghanistan and Iran have gone to India It’s a result of our failed diplomacy and traditionally passive foreign policy” he added Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Senator Farhatullah Babar blamed flawed security policies for the foreign policy debacle “Isn’t it a reality that we protected non-state actors to further our security agenda Our age-old policy of harbouring non-state actors is taking toll on us” he said Chairman of the Senate Raza Rabbani said a clear strategy must be devised to respond to the situation created by India’s missile test For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Mexico City | Published: October 30 2017 3:24 pm Lewis Hamilton is expected to agree a contract extension soon (Source: Reuters) Top News Lewis Hamilton says he plans to go out at the top but is not about to “do the easy thing” like former Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg who quit days after winning last year’s Formula One world championship Hamilton clinched his fourth title in Mexico with two races to spare on Sunday becoming the most successful British driver of all time but he reassured reporters that he was far from done “Four is a great number But I want number five now” declared the 32-year-old who also races with the number 44 on his car “I want to go out at the top … I could do the easy thing like obviously Nico did which is just stop and retreat with these four titles But I think there’s more in me “I think there’s more to come more of a challenge There’s harder times ahead and I like that I love that That’s challenging and it would be so boring without it” Rosberg announced last December days after securing his first title that he was retiring after a career spent battling Hamilton The German a family man made clear he had been drained by the 2016 campaign and was not prepared to expend the same amount of physical and mental energy to defend a title that had been so hard to win Hamilton who is developing interests outside of the sport in music film and fashion said he too had considered a change of scene but that was still some way down the road “I will continue to race while I love it I’ve enjoyed it this year more than ever” he said “I do think about how it would be so nice at some stage just to live in one place a lot more socialising walking your dogs every day or surfing “But then I’m thinking there’s a lot of life to live beyond 40 There’s a lot to go” Next season will see two four times world champions Hamilton and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel duelling on track with Red Bull’s 20-year-old Dutch star Max Verstappen — the winner on Sunday — leading a new generation McLaren’s double title-holder Fernando Alonso will also potentially be in a more competitive car “It’s kind of cool to be in this battle with him” the Briton who now has a record 72 pole positions and the second most wins (62) after Michael Schumacher (91) said of his new arch-rival Vettel “He got 50 poles yesterday (Saturday) and I’m like ‘Hmm I don’t want to give him any more poles because he gets closer to me’ So I’ve got to keep on act as inspiration to keep pushing it Same with wins same with championships” Hamilton who is expected to agree a contract extension soon said the fact that Vettel had signed for three more years with Ferrari keeping him there until 2020 was also a source of motivation “I’m like:‘Ferrari are not going to like me for the next couple of years’” he said “But it’s OK because we are going to make it as hard as it can possibly be for them to win championships I really am looking forward to that battle with them” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Published: June 5 2014 7:11 pm Rahul Gandhi (Source: PTI) Related News Rahul and Varun Gandhi on the opposite sides of the political spectrum took oath as members of the 16th Lok Sabha one after the other The cousins who have won from neighbouring Amethi and Sultanpur constituencies in Uttar Pradesh belong to Congress and BJP respectively Rahul was the first to take oath in Hindi in the name of God followed by Varun After taking oath Varun while returning to his seat greeted Congress President Sonia Gandhi with folded hands Varun forgot to sign the register after taking oath and was quickly reminded by Congress member K Suresh and Sonia to sign the register While Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav had taken oath earlier in the day other three party MPs — his daughter-in-law Dimple and nephews Dharmendra and Akshay took oath later Akshay’s father and Rajya Sabha SP member Ram Gopal Yadav watched his son take oath from the Speaker’s gallery After taking oath Akshay touched the feet of Dimple wife of Uttar Pradeh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav Former UP Chief Minister and BJP leader Kalyan Singh’s son Rajveer also took oath For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News” said the leader.