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President Pranab Mukherjee.As per the earlier schedule the Vice President was toleave Bali yesterday but his departure had to be deferred dueto closure of Bali International Airport following the spewingof volcanic ash Ansari had arrived in Indonesia on Sundayand aftertwo days in Jakarta had arrived in Bali on Tuesday In BaliAnsari had yesterday visited the famous Tanah Lot Temple andaddressed students of the University of Udayana The closure of Bali airport has forced closure of hundredsof flights and left many tourists stranded The closure of theairport one of of Indonesia’s busiest follows a volcaniceruption on the nearby island of Lombok According to reports volcano-blasted ash and debristhousands of feet into the air has disrupted flightoperations PTI Ayodhya:The absence of amajority in the UpperHouse of Parliament was coming in the way of BJP to bring in amotion and make law for construction of a Ram temple inAyodhya Union Home minister Rajnath Singh today said The construction of a Ram Temple in Ayodhya was among thepromises made by BJP in its election manifesto which it hadreleased in the run up to last year’s general elections Some other contentious issues like abrogation of Article370 which gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir andenactment of Uniform Civil Code were also promised in theparty’s manifesto PTI image "BJP does not have a majority in Rajya Sabha so thistime it is not possible to bring motion in the Parliament tomake law for the construction of Ram temple" the senior BJPleader said He was here to take part in a programme of senior VishvaHindu Parishad (VHP) leader Nritya Gopal Das When asked if BJP will bring the motion for a Ram templeif it gets a majority in Rajya Sabha in the days to come? raised an objection that identical relief of allowing the other accused marine Salvatore Girone to leave India, he said he has a message for “obstructionist” Democrats. a frequent critic, "In the light of the manifest failure of the government to protect its population from gross human rights abuses, it is purely nephew’s love that had seemed to force the star to take a 22-hour flight from Austria to Maldives.

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R-Ky. said he would oppose the motion to open debate unless the bill was changed And fellow conservative Ron Johnson R-Wis, a discom official said.This is meant to be done on all crossings and slopes along flyovers and underpasses to increase friction and discourage motorists from speeding and slipping, he said The PWDalong with civic agencies like the MCD and the NDMC has already re-carpeted nearly 50 per cent of such stretches across the Capital The work has to be completed before the Commonwealth Games in October Keshav Ojhaa 25-year-old motorcyclist was killed when his bike was hit by a Blueline bus at the Moolchand underpass on Sunday night On June 23two persons were killed when a Blueline bus hit a scooter at the underpass For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Joyeeta Biswas | Published: May 4 2015 12:07 am Related News After Baltimore erupted in protests this week over the death of Freddie Gray a black man who sustained fatal injuries while in police custody several authorities came out strongly against the looting and rioting including US President Barack Obama the mayor of the city Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and even David Simon creator of The Wire the iconic television series based in the city Those condemning the violence also included many in the media such as the Chicago Tribune’s Clarence Page who objected to calling those who had come out on the streets ‘protesters’ “The label falsely flatters the thugs and hooligans who set fires and attacked police” he said Equally indignant was the editorial of the BloombergView which felt that “every brick that was hurled every fire that was set every store that was looted — each one insulted and undermined” the work of the residents of Baltimore “who had dedicated their lives to making the city great again” But many others saw nothing but injustice in this portrayal of the rioters Baltimore native Ta-Nehisi Coates wrote a fiery piece in the Atlantic from their point of view: “When nonviolence is preached as an attempt to evade the repercussions of political brutality it betrays itself When nonviolence begins halfway through the war with the aggressor calling time out it exposes itself as a ruse When nonviolence is preached by the representatives of the state while the state doles out heaps of violence to its citizens it reveals itself to be a con” Phillip Agnew mission director of an activist group also defended the protesters suggesting they may have been forced to resort to violence by the nation’s apathy “Consider that we’re shipwrecked on an island We’ve written SOS on the sand we’ve put a message in a bottle and we’ve screamed at the top of the lungs But planes and boats never came to our aid Then we decide to set our boat on fire and people finally take notice” he said Rebecca Traister writing for The New Republic too took exception to those who claimed to not be able to understand the motives behind the protesters’ actions “Violent response to that death may be many things — tragic necessary regressive wrong damaging to already damaged communities — but it is not anywhere near as senseless as the notion that a 25-year-old man who had as far as we know committed no crime is dead from a severed spine That is senseless People being furious about it to the point of bursting makes quite a lot of sense” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthe Delhi government?” he said. Chief Minister More Related News download Indian Express App More Top Newsresulting from never having come out to her mother. V Krishnamurthy, Guptill starts with a massive six.

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