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Global Media Indo-Pak talks on Indus Waters Treaty likely this month
Author: 0 Indo-Pak talks on Indus Waters Treaty likely this month

The letter in this connection was sent by the Indian Indus Water commissioner to his Pakistani counterpart, asking to propose dates for the parleys, said the official. A meeting of the commission is scheduled during every financial year, an official said, pointing out that the 112th meeting happened in 2015-16 and the upcoming meeting will be held before 2016-17 ends.

Author: 0 Israeli court delays lenient jail term for soldier convicted of murder

On Wednesday, one of Azaria's lawyers filed an appeal of his conviction and submitted a motion to delay his jail entry date, which the appeals court accepted. Prosecutors alleged the sergeant had shot dead Mr al-Sharif out of revenge. The judge has decided Azaria will remain in open detention at his military base until a final ruling is made on the appeal of his 18-month prison sentence.

Author: 0 YTD Performance of Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (NYSE:FCX) stands at 0.91%

Company has a sales growth for the last five (5) years is valued at -6.60%. Insiders sold 151,645 shares of company stock worth $2,340,571 in the last 90 days. Freeport-McMoRan Inc. closed its last trading session at $13.99 with the loss of -4.86%. If you are reading this article on another website, it was illegally stolen and reposted in violation of United States & worldwide copyright & trademark laws.

Author: 0 EC chides non-compliant states on migrant relocation

Only Malta and Finland have met their obligations for both Italy and Greece. Of this number, only 13,546 have since been relocated - 9,610 from Greece and 3,936 from Italy. European Union member states should detain migrants who have no case for asylum to prevent them from running away before they are deported, the chief migration official with the bloc's executive arm in Brussels said.

Global Media United Nations plan for next round of Syria talks likely on Friday - Makdissi
Author: 0 United Nations plan for next round of Syria talks likely on Friday - Makdissi

Veteran envoy Staffan de Mistura said he plans to invite both sides back to Geneva later this month for a new round of talks, which will include the issue of counter-terrorism at the request of Damascus. Government representatives, meanwhile, have accused the opposition of taking the talks "hostage", accusing the rebels of including members of "armed terrorist groups".

Global Media Another Jewish cemetery is vandalized, this time in New York
Author: 0 Another Jewish cemetery is vandalized, this time in New York

The New York hate crime task force has started an investigation into the vandalism of more than a dozen headstones at a Jewish cemetery in Rochester after similar incidents took place in St. It is the fifth wave of bomb threats against Jewish community centres and institutions since January. They will fail in their attempts to instill fear in all of us.

Author: 0 India's services PMI grows for the first time since October 2016

Looking at employment levels in the services sector, IHS Markit said the rate of job losses in February was only fractional. And as this rising inflation is due to Pound weakness and not stronger growth, the Bank of England is unlikely to alter its extremely accommodative monetary policy, which will also weigh on the Pound in the long term.

Global Media 2 trans Pakistani women beaten to death by Saudi police
Author: 0 2 trans Pakistani women beaten to death by Saudi police

The raid took place during a "Guru Chela Chalan" celebration, in which the Pakistani trans community chooses a "guru" leader to lead the community. The "Khwaja Sara" is a Pakistani term for third gender people including transvestites, transsexuals and transgenders.

Global Media Artificial 'embryos' created in the lab
Author: 0 Artificial 'embryos' created in the lab

Could the scientists come up with a similar model for human embryos? If they succeed, the road to experimentation beyond the current limit of 14 days will open (experimentation on human embryos is prohibited after the 14th day of development).

Author: 0 Korean suspect released due to lack of evidence

Malaysia's Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi warned the North Korean ambassador to cooperate with their requests, saying if he continued a series of verbal attacks on Malaysia there would be a "hefty price". In its diplomatic feud with North Korea over the murder that took place on its soil, Malaysia, which has maintained close ties with the reclusive state, has canceled its visa waiver program with the North.

Author: 0 Culture Secretary 'minded to' intervene in Rupert Murdoch's Sky takeover bid

The broadcast regulator Ofcom will be tasked with assessing and reporting on the public interest considerations, while the Competitions and Markets Authority will issue a separate report. If Ofcom reviews the deal, it would report back on the public interest test within 40 days. In 2011, for example, the company suggested spinning off Sky news channel Sky News before the bid was abandoned.

Author: 0 With 85% of its staff gone, LeEco might soon exit India

The company, which had a massive advertising budget of Rs. 80 crore a month, stopped selling its products through offline retail stores in December. A month before that, employees had got a mail from Jia Yueting, in which he said that the firm had burnt cash too quickly in a range of ventures from mobile phones to driverless cars.

Global Media Indian athlete Tanveer Hussain accused of sexual abuse in US
Author: 0 Indian athlete Tanveer Hussain accused of sexual abuse in US

Hussain was allowed a visa to enter the US for the competition following intense lobbying from local officials and residents in the Adirondacks, as well as by US Senators Kirsten Gillibrand and Charles Schumer. They are not saying which intimate area, but they acknowledged that, according to legal statute, it must be either her breasts, her buttocks or between her legs.

Author: 0 Tunisia to take back thousands of rejected migrants from Germany

The attack has increased pressure on Merkel's government to get tough and reduce number of asylum seekers. President Caid Essebsi described the deal as "satisfactory" without affecting sovereignty of the two countries, and it is an agreement similar to the one signed between Tunisia and Italy.

Global Media Women's summit hopes to bridge gap left by United States global gag rule
Author: 0 Women's summit hopes to bridge gap left by United States global gag rule

Conference host and Belgian Deputy Premier Alexander De Croo said one anonymous US donor committed $50 million, pushing the total up to a provisional 181 million euros ($190 million). Belgium and several other countries already have committed to contributing at least 10 million euros each. "Some need a little bit more time", Ploumen said.

Global Media Trump blames Obama for protests, security leaks
Author: 0 Trump blames Obama for protests, security leaks

Veterans' programs would be exempted, as would border security, additional law enforcement functions and some other areas. He pledged to ensure that "we're going to be at the top of the pack". "It is a true America first budget". The specific numbers aren't final and agencies will have a chance to argue against the cuts . Trump's draft budget plan would add $54 billion to the Pentagon's projected budget, financed by taking an equal amount from domestic agencies and departments.

Global Media Banksy's 'Walled Off Hotel' causes a stir in the West Bank
Author: 0 Banksy's 'Walled Off Hotel' causes a stir in the West Bank

It has the markings of a gentleman's club from the English colonial period. Another wall features an array of surveillance cameras lined up like trophies of a hunt. The hotel is the latest and most ambitious reflection of Banksy's years-long support of Palestinian issues. Its opening was created to coincide with the centenary of the 1917 Balfour Declaration that helped lead to the creation of Israel - when, Banksy notes, a hapless Britain "started re-arranging the furniture - with chaotic ...