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No change in stand on India's entry into Nuclear Suppliers Group: China
BEIJING, May 22 (Agencies): Marring India's chances of entering the 48-member elite club at its crucial meeting next month, China said on Monday that there was no change in its stance on admission of non-NPT states into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). "China's position on the non-NPT members' participation in the NSG has not changed," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying told a media briefing. She was responding to a question about the chances of India's admission into the grouping during the next month's plenary session expected to take place in the Swiss capital, Bern. "We support the NSG group following the mandate of the 2016 Seoul plenary session and following building consensus as well as inter-governmental process is open and transparent to deal with the relevan...
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Kulbhushan Jadhav case
Upset with Pakistan's loss of face at ICJ, Pakistanis seek answers from Sharif govt
ISLAMABAD, May 19 (Agencies): The Nawaz Sharif government in Pakistan has come under severe attack from its citizen who are now questioning the strategy adopted by its lawyers and why it accepted the International Court's jurisdiction in Kulbhushan Jadhav sentencing case. Several legal experts from Pakistan have questioned the strategy adopted by the team of lawyers led by Khawar Qureshi and why they wasted the crucial 90-minutes given to them to argue the case at the ICJ. The International Court of Justice (ICJ) ruling staying the execution of alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav "has caused shock and disappointment in Pakistan", a daily reported on Thursday. Harish Salve - the chief architect of India's victory at ICJ – says 'public duty' on charging just Rs 1 fee to argue Kulbhushan...
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Sri Lanka to demolish 10,000 buildings after collapse
COLOMBO, May 19 (Agencies): Sri Lanka said Friday it will demolish an estimated 10,000 illegally built homes and offices in Colombo, a day after a seven-storey wedding hall collapsed, killing one and wounding 23. Urban Development Minister Champika Ranawaka said the casualties could have been much higher if the hall had been hosting a wedding at the time of its collapse, and that the owners would face criminal charges. "This wedding hall is a clear example of the dangers posed by unauthorised construction in Colombo," the minister told reporters in Colombo. "A structural failure led to the collapse." The capital has a population of over 750,000 people, while another half a million travel to it daily for work. "Our estimate is that there are at least 10,000 illegally built homes, apar...
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China reacts to India-Singapore's naval drill at South China Sea, says "such activities shouldn't hurt others''
BEIJING, May 19 (Agencies): Reacting cautiously over the joint naval exercise being held by India and Singapore in the disputed South China Sea, China today said such activities should not hurt the "interests of other countries". "If such exchanges and cooperation are for the benefit of regional peace and security, then we have no opposition," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said at a media briefing here. "We have a very open attitude to normal exchanges between various countries," she said when asked for China's reaction to the joint naval exercise of India and Singapore. China claims almost all of the resource-rich South China Sea (SCS), including islands more than 800 miles from the Chinese mainland, despite objections from neighbours such as the Philippines, Mala...
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Norwegian Parliament to hold debate on Kashmir Conflict
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OSLO, May 18: The persistent struggle of Kashmiri Scandinavian Council (KSC), Norway, a lobby group of Kashmiris, has crossed another milestone when an interpolation on Kashmir conflict in the Norwegian parliament was tabled on April 25 by Knut Ariled Hareide, a member of parliament and the current head of the Christian Democratic Party, a statement issued reads. According to the reports the Norwegian Foreign Minister Børge Brende is confirmed to make a policy statement in the parliament during interpolation on Kashmir conflict scheduled on 23rd May 2017. “An earlier debate was held in 2010 and again in September 2012 when the Norwegian parliament raised the issue of existence of unidentified mass graves in occupied Kashmir. In May 2013 interpolation entitled “Kashmir on the backdrop o...
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Kashmir not relevant to CPEC: China
BEIJING, May 15 (Agencies): The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), which passes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), is not aimed at "third parties" and doesn't affect Beijing's position on the Kashmir issue, the foreign ministry said on Monday. President Xi Jinping initiated the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) as a roadmap for peace and he has said countries should respect each other's sovereignty and territorial integrity, the foreign ministry added. Referring to India's decision to skip the two-day Belt and Road Forum (BRF) in Beijing, the ministry said in a statement: "Regarding the issue of Kashmir which the Indian side is concerned about, we have been stressing that the issue was left over from history between India and Pakistan and should be properly addressed by the t...
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India concludes argument at ICJ, calls for suspension of Jadhav's death sentence; Pak to present its case shortly
The Hague, May 15 (Agencies) : India on Monday earnestly appealed to the international court to immediately suspend the death sentence awarded to alleged spy Kulbushan Jadhav in Pakistan. As The Hague-based International Court of Justice (ICJ) began hearing Jadhav's case, India argued that human rights treated as "basics" all over had been thrown to the wind by Pakistan. We want appropriate legal representation for Jadhav, India told the UN's main judicial body which has stayed his death sentence. Putting up a spirited defence, lawyer Harish Salve, who led the Indian legal team at the ICJ, said that Jadhav had been framed on the basis of confessional statements extracted from him when he was in Pakistan's military custody. India further underlined that "the situation is grave" and sai...
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