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We will destroy Islamic terror: Donald Trump and PM Narendra Modi
The Indian Express In a clear and direct reference to Pakistan-sponsored cross-border terrorism, the joint Indo-US statement said the leaders “called on Pakistan to ensure that its territory is not used to launch terrorist attacks on other countries”. 0. Shares. Facebook ... ---

In Health Warning Showdown, Tobacco Industry Turns To Supreme Court
The tobacco industry has sought to delay strict new health warning rules by appealing to the Supreme Court, a move anti-smoking activists say could backfire given that the court has ruled against ciga...

'I'd give the Modi-Trump summit 10/10'
'We're going to see a defence relationship that really takes off -- now that India is a major defence partner of the US, the sky is the limit for arms sales.''The economic partnership will lag behind the security relationship, but the meeting and joint statement give cause to believe that it will progress more robustly than many of us would have expected.'

Faraskhana blast case: Maha ATS says all five accused dead
[India], June 27 (ANI): The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) on Tuesday filed a final report in connection of Faraskhana blast case to Additional session judge in Pune.The ATS in its report stated all the five accused related to the case are dead. Three died during Bhopal jailbreak and two others were killed in an encounter in Telangana in 2015.The Pune court sanctioned the final report filed by Maharashtra ATS in this case on June 23.The Faraskhana blast took place in the parking area of the Faraskhana police station in July 2014, when a low-intensity improvised explosive device (IED), planted on a motorcycle, gone off.Five people were injured in the blast.It was later revealed that the motorcycle, which belonged to a constable with Satara Police, was stolen from the premises of a court in June that year.Case was registered in September 2014, the Maharashtra ATS's investigation pointed towards the alleged involvement of five suspects. (ANI)

Turf war between Delhi government, L-G continues, Kejriwal to meet President today
Kejriwal has also directed all its officials to apprise him or Minister concerned about any oral or written direction from the L-G or his office before following them.

Modi-Trump meet: US-India bonhomie rattles China, Pakistan
New Delhi’s purported adversaries clearly feel the pinch of the US-India clinch. Both Beijing and Islamabad reacted sharply on Tuesday to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump explicitly and implicitly identifying Pakistan and China respectively as nettlesome adversaries.

S&P 500 blasts through Oppenheimer's target, expect new one in 'next three to five days'
CNBC The S&P 500 has already closed above his bullish 2017 price target, and it's not even the second half of the year. "We think there's likely opportunity for us to raise it," the firm's chief investment strategist said Monday on CNBC's "Trading Nation ...

Advocate files complaint against IPS officers for ‘appointing orderlies’
The government issued an order in March scrapping the orderly system

India, Netherlands reaffirm commitment to combat terrorism
Following delegation-level talks headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Dutch counterpart Mark Rutte, India and the Netherlands on Tuesday reaffirmed their commitment to combat terrorism and prevent radicalisation that could lead to violent extremism and called for a collective effort by the international community against this scourge.

BJP leaders question Modi for calling Rahul 'shahzada'
Disgruntled BharatiyaJanata Party BJP leaders of Bihars silk city Bhagalpur have petitioned Prime Minister NarendraModi questioning his morale for calling Congress vicepresident Rahul Gandhi shahzadeshyan urdu word used to address scion of an imperial estatewhen his own party was promoting the shahzadeculture in Bihar

In Netherlands, Modi pitches for women empowerment in India
In Netherlands, Modi pitches for women empowerment in IndiaThe Hague, June 28 (IANS) Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday made a strong pitch for women's empowerment, saying he is working for a women-led development of India. "There is a government sitting in the Centre that is thinking about women-led development," Modi said while addressing a gathering of 3,000-strong diaspora here. "We created Mudra Yojana to promote entrepreneurship and turn job-seekers into job-creators," Modi said.