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So I started making jewellery with a bunch of craftsmen in Bengal, says the designer who launched her label in 2003 She has come a long way since then Recentlythe World Gold Council picked her as one of the hottest talents to watch out for Moreovershe was selected to show at the Hot Under The Collar exhibition at the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG) Conference 2012that was held in the United States this May Ahluwalias most famous Kirpan neckpiece was selected from a list of 707 jewellery pieces by 311 artists from 12 countries The jury included internationally renowned jeweller Robert Ebendorf He wrote a letter to me saying he felt the Kirpan was outstanding and a very special and strong part of the exhibition? 2013 12:24 am Related News She is best known for her sari-clad avatar but for her first ever appearance at the Cannes de Festival,museum There have also been rumours that the actor will reportedly quit working on her hit television show, However,s theme: last year.

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as that will render the government more fragile. which had some assistance for the bowlers.OBC seats are vacant because most colleges decide the cut-offs for this category on the basis of the general category cut-off percentage. as a symbolic blow to the IS, who then accepts his mistakes, when asked by the Times of India.However he added "Generally ticket sales for a Test are slow and pick up only towards D-day I am sure we will have a decent crowd at the weekend" The ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium in Vizag has an official capacity of 27000 people Image courtesy: Wikicommons This will be the first Test match being scheduled at Vishakhapatnam and low attendances might hurt the argument being put forward by the Board of Controlfor Cricket in India (BCCI) that having smaller venues host Test cricket would be better for the growth and development of the sport The move seemed to work duringthe New Zealand Test series where crowds in huge numbers turned up for the Indore Test even on weekdays But Rajkot and Vizag have turned the other way "The demonetisation drive has had a big impact on the attendance" SCA secretary Niranjan Shah had confirmedin an earlier interview "The window sale of tickets has been hampered as people have been trying to hold on to their Rs 100 notes" Shah had said "The announcement came on the eve of the match and there was nothing we could do to avoid it" he added However following the low attendances in Rajkot it was thought and hoped that Vizag would be an improvement But if customers aren’t willing to part with their precious Rs 100 notes neither are stadium officials A report in Deccan Chronicle has quoted a ticket vendor as saying the demand is fairly high but people are trying to buy tickets worth Rs 100 and Rs 200 using high Rs 2000 denomination notes "Ihave sold only 50 tickets of Rs 100 and Rs 200 denominations since morning as I was not able to manage the crisis for change Many of the purchasers came to the counter with Rs 2000 currency notes to purchase tickets worth Rs 100 or Rs 200 I had very few Rs 100 notes and so refused to sell the tickets for such high-value denomination notes" said J Kumar who’s selling the tickets for the second Test Paris: Radamel Falcao netted a hat-trick as Monaco crushed 10-man Bordeaux 4-0 to go provisionally top of the Ligue 1 table on Saturday Monaco captain Radamel Falcao celebrates his goal AP Djibril Sidibe got the opener and Falcao found the net in fortunate fashion to double the principality club’s lead inside five minutes at the Matmut Atlantique Falcao added two more goals in the second half including one from the penalty spot while Bordeaux ended a wretched evening a man down after the sending-off of Adam Ounas Europe’s top scorers Monaco have now scored 53 goals in just 17 league games only four fewer than they managed in the whole of last season As a result they are now top of the table above Cote d’Azur rivals Nice on goal difference with defending champions Paris Saint-Germain four points back in third position PSG who have run away with the title in recent seasons are at home to Nice in a huge game on Sunday evening at the Parc des Princes "It was a great evening" said Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim "This year I think the league is more evenly balanced Monaco are better Nice too and I think Lyon are also going to come back It’s much more competitive and that is good for France "Our attackers have more quality and are making the difference Our aim is just to keep progressing that is the mentality" Monaco have often struggled in Bordeaux down the years but they stunned their hosts by opening the scoring inside 80 seconds as Bernardo Silva set up France full-back Sidibe to find the net with a low finish across goalkeeper Jerome Prior It was 2-0 soon after when Prior tried to palm out a low cross from Valere Germain but the ball ricocheted off Falcao and into the net Remarkable renaissance Any hopes Bordeaux harboured of a comeback in the second half were nipped in the bud as Monaco made it 3-0 on the breakaway in the 50th minute Thomas Lemar’s long ball found Germain and he squared for Falcao who took a touch before stabbing home The Colombian was handed the chance to complete his hat-trick from the penalty spot just after the hour mark when Nicolas Pallois petulantly threw Silva to the ground inside the box Falcao stepped up to score taking his tally for the season to 10 goals in 11 league games and 14 goals in all competitions in what is a remarkable renaissance Jardim added: "He is a great goal-scorer In the last two years things did not work out for him but this year with the work he has put in he has come back and is scoring goals" Bordeaux’s misery was completed when Algerian prospect Ounas was sent off for kicking out at Sidibe after fouling the Monaco man Earlier Bafetimbi Gomis scored his eighth goal of the season late in the game as Marseille won 2-1 away at Dijon to register a first away victory of the campaign Maxime Lopez 19 scored his first professional goal to put OM in front early on but ex-Newcastle United midfielder Mehdi Abeid had equalised for Dijon towards the end from a free-kick That match had been postponed on Friday evening due to thick fog in Burgundy and fog forced the postponement of the encounter between Nantes and Caen scheduled for later on Saturday Swedish international Ola Toivonen scored a hat-trick as Toulouse beat bottom club Lorient 3-2 in the mist while Lille’s revival under interim coach Patrick Collot continued as they beat Montpellier 2-1 for a third successive win Bastia climbed out of the relegation zone by beating Metz 2-0 and Nancy beat Angers by the same scoreline Moscow: Stanislav Petrov a Soviet military officer who is widely credited with helping prevent a nuclear war with the United States has died aged 77 his son told AFP on Tuesday Petrov whose extraordinary story was told in a documentary titled "The man who saved the world" received several international awards was honoured at the United Nations and met Hollywood superstars such as Robert De Niro and Matt Damon Yet Petrov lived in a small town outside Moscow and died in relative obscurity on 19 May his death making headlines in Russia and abroad only months later when a German friend wrote a blog post about his death In September 1983 Petrov was an officer on duty at a secret command centre south of Moscow when an alarm went off signaling that the United States had launched intercontinental ballistic missiles The officer who had only a few minutes to make a decision and was not sure about the incoming data dismissed the warning as a false alarm Had he told his commanders of an imminent United States nuclear strike the Soviet leadership locked in an arms race with Washington might have ordered a retaliatory strike Instead the 44-year-old lieutenant colonel reported a system malfunction and an investigation that followed afterward proved he was right File image of Stanislav Petrov Reuters He simply did his job Petrov came home only several days later but did not tell his family about what had happened "He came home knackered but did not tell us anything" his son Dmitry said Several months later Petrov received an award "for services to the Fatherland" but the incident at the control centre was kept secret for many years In 1984 he left the military and settled in the town of Fryazino some 20 kilometres (12 miles) northeast of Moscow Petrov’s story only came to light after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 and over the years he became the subject of numerous media reports in Russia and abroad A modest self-effacing man Petrov never thought of himself as a hero said his son "My father could not have cared less He was always surprised that people were making a hero out of him" he said "He simply did his job well" Petrov’s son said adding that his father received some hundred letters from Europeans thanking him for averting the outbreak of a nuclear war "The Man Who Saved the World" a documentary film directed by Danish filmmaker Peter Anthony and narrated by US actor Kevin Costner was released in 2014 Footage of the elderly Petrov is combined with re-enactments of what happened at that secret control centre in 1983 "I categorically refused to be guilty of starting World War III" Petrov said in the film "I felt like I was being led to an execution" he said of those dramatic moments By: AFP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 16 2016 11:16 pm Usain Bolt’s season fastest is 1989sec set in London last month (Source: Reuters) Top News Usain Bolt took anotherstep in his quest for an unprecedented sprint “triple triple”when he safely negotiated the first round of the 200m onTuesday Bolt won a third successive 100m title on Sunday to setup his bid to repeat his haul of three gold medals in the 100? 2016 Shah Rukh Khan played a double role in the Maneesh Sharma directorial which released on April 15. Rather, 2017 9:45 am Back in 2007,LeBron James came to Progressive Field for a postseason game wearing a New York Yankees cap (Source: AP) Related News LeBron James hasn’t had to make a decision this big in years The NBA superstar planned to attend Thursday night’s playoff game between the New York Yankees and Cleveland Indians along with his Cavaliers teammates who were at several postseason games a year ago when the Indians got to the World Series Back in 2007 James came to Progressive Field for a postseason game wearing a Yankees cap which he flaunted during the game He was widely criticized in Cleveland for the move which came three years before his infamous decision to announce on national TV that he was leaving as a free agent for Miami James rooted openly in the playoffs last year for the Indians speaking to the crowd before one game and flexing for fans in Game 7 of the World Series when Cleveland’s Rajai Davis hit a game-tying homer in the eighth inning Indians manager Terry Francona was reminded that James once pulled for the other side but was certain he’s changed allegiance “I had not remembered that but I do now” Francona said smiling before the series opener “I’m hopeful that he won’t be (cheering for the Yankees) How’s that I don’t think I need to be telling LeBron what to do but I think he’ll be rooting for the Indians” Yankees Game 2 starter CC Sabathia who spent eight seasons with the Indians thinks James may be hiding his true feelings “I know he’s a Yankee fan” Sabathia said “But I think he has to put on a front for the city” Dwyane Wade promise to stay neutral But the star guard who recently signed with Cleveland after a season in Chicago said he was eager for some off-the-floor time with his new teammates “I’m looking forward to the bonding” Wade said “I’m not cheering for one team to win over the other but I love greatness Anytime anybody does something great you applaud them for it You want to be in that environment But the biggest thing for us is to be able to bond and support the city The city the players they support you and I’m a part of this organization now so anytime we get an opportunity to support you definitely want to do that so that’s what tonight is about” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Updated: July 13 2016 7:21 pm Who will come out on top in 2017 Top News With barely a few months left for the crucial assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh the BJP-led NDA and its chief opposition Congress seemed to have taken a lead over state parties Samajwadi Party and Bahujang Samajwadi Party in poll preparations The BJP appears to have already kickstarted their campaign with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party national president Amit Shah holding events in the state BJP Amit Shah has begun touring the state by meeting booth presidents’ from Kanpur (of Kanpur-Bundelkhand region) on June 4 followed by Kasganj (Braj) Meerut (Paschim) Barabanki (Awadh) Basti (Gorakhpur) and Jaunpur (Kashi) Shah also addressed a Dalits convention in Lucknow on June 4 a Jan Swabhiman rally in Varanasi on July 2 and ‘Ati dalit-ati-pichda mahapanchayat’ (extreme Dalit-most backward meet) in Mau on July 9 Shah at these events targeted Congress (UPA) and BSP for being corrupt when they were in office and the SP on the ‘failing’ law and order situation in the state He also blamed the SP for the alleged ‘exodus’ of Hindus from Kairana and the recent violence in Mathura that left 24 dead Shah announced that if voted to power the BJP would act strongly against the ‘land-grabbing mafia’ in UP With a focus on backward caste voters Shah also announced alliance with OBC-backed Apna Dal and Suheldeo Bharatiya Samaj Party (SBSP) for the 2017 polls Earlier Shah had addressed the Sardar Patel Kisan Mahasammelan in OBC dominated Jhunsi area of Allahabad on May 31 after having lunch with backward castes and Dalits at the residence of an OBC party worker in Varanasi With an eye on UP polls the party held its national executive meet in Allahabad on June 12-13 where all the top party leaders including Prime Minister Modi stayed for two days The BJP concluded the meet with a grand show of strength at the ‘parivartan rally’ where they appealed to the people to break the sequence of ‘SP-BSP-SP-BSP’ governments and vote them to power in 2017 Modi launched the ambitious Pradan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana from Ballia district of Eastern UP on May 1 To mark completion of two-years of his government PM addressed a rally on May 26 in Saharanpur which falls in communally sensitive western UP On July 22 Modi will be in Gorakhpur to unveil the statue of former head priest of the Gorakhnath temple Mahant Avaidyanath and lay foundation stones for re-opening a fertilizer factory and a new AIIMS To make the pre-poll campaign more aggressive BJP has planned to take out four yatras from different places in the state The finer details of these yatras will be decided at the state executive meet scheduled in Jhansi on July 16 and 17 which Shah is expected to preside The party also announced its new 40-member state team where the majority of the members are under 50 years of age The team comprises of 13 leaders from communally sensitive western UP and 10 from Eastern UP including four from Prime Minister’s Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi Keeping the caste equations in mind the team has accommodated Brahmins Thakur Vaishya OBC and Dalits Bahujan Samaj Party BSP chief Mayawati BSP was the first political party that started preparations for the 2017 assembly elections by declaring its candidates as early as 2015 It was in a strong position against the SP and BJP until the roles were reversed with the exit of the party’s OBC face Swami Prasad Maurya and Dalit leader RK Chaudhary Both accused Mayawati of ‘auctioning’ party tickets for assembly polls and their exit was followed by Ravindra Nath Tripathi and Paramdev Yadav In a damage control exercise the BSP has selected five of its leaders all from different backward castes for leading the party’s outreach campaign in their respective caste groups The five leaders are former MLCs R S Kushwaha Pratap Singh Baghel Virendra Singh Chauhan former MP R K Singh and MLC Suresh Kashyap Kushwaha has been tasked with reaching out to Kushwaha-Maurya and related caste groups in central and eastern UP while Baghel will mobilise Gaderiya-Pal-Baghel community in Agra and Aligarh divisions Chauhan will work to mobilise the OBC Lonia-Chauhan caste in eastern UP Patel has been asked to contact Kurmis in Bundelkhand while Kashyap will woo the Kashyap-Nishad caste group Mayawati has deputed general secretary Naseemuddin Siddiqui to woo Muslim voters by targetting western and eastern parts of UP As a replacement for Maurya Mayawati picked four-time MLA from Bundelkhand Gaya Charan Dinkar — a Dalit — as Leader of Opposition in UP Assembly Also in the recent Rajya Sabha polls she selected another community leader Ashok Sidharth while picking her party’s national general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra a Brahmin as the second nominee However another cause of worry for Mayawati is ticket distribution She had declared candidates for more than 300 seats in the past one year but repeatedly change of nominees is likely to cause more friction within the party Mayawati has also directed party nominees and prospective candidates to visit Dalit bastis and also asked leaders to revive BAMCEF (Backward and Minority Communities Employees Federation) — a shadow organisation of Dalit government employees to counter BJP and Congress’ efforts to reach out to the community Mayawati has also asked party leaders to attract various castes in the 85 reserved seats of the state which have the largest Dalit population and where BSP had often failed to perform owing to lack of support from non-Dalit groups Out of the 85 reserved constituencies BSP had won only 15 in 2012 Assembly elections While SP had won 58 Congress followed with four BJP three RLD three and independents two Congress Rahul Gandhi and his sister Priyanka Gandhi during an event organised by Rajiv Gandhi Foundation at Jawahar Bhavan(Source: Express photo by Renuka Pur)i Congress’ top two leaders — AICC president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi — are Lok Sabha members from UP and both have limited their presence in the state to their respective constituencies Rae Bareli and Amethi in past two years After appointing Ghulam Nabi Azad as in-charge of UP the party has picked actor-turned politician Raj Babbar as the new state chief and appointed four leaders as senior vice-presidents The second rung in UP include former MP Rajesh Mishra (Brahmin) from Varanasi OBC leader Raja Ram Pal Scheduled Caste leader Bhagwati Prasad Chaudhary and controversial Muslim leader of western UP Imran Masood Sources said that the party has been searching for a Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader in UP Assembly along with a leader to head party’s campaign committee for 2017 Assembly polls While the party has hired poll strategist Prashant Kishor who has been working in the state from almost four months sources said that Congress has decided to bring Priyanka Gandhi Vadra out of the ‘family pocket borough’– Amethi and Rae Bareli– for campaigning in other parts of the state The party is also planning to hold public meetings in Lucknow and Allahabad including one that will be the biggest political event of the party in the history of UP Presently the party is collecting information about issues prevailing in districts and seats that are winnable Samajwadi Party UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav With Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav at the helm the SP is turning out to be the least active of the four big parties preparing for assembly polls The party began its poll preparations on March 24 by releasing a list of 142 candidates for seats where party had lost in the 2012 election But for the past one month SP leaders have been locked in an internal battle On June 21 SP’s newly appointed state in-charge Shivpal Singh Yadav announced the merger of QED but Akhilesh who was against the move expressed his ‘displeasure’ by sacking minister Balram Yadav who initiated talks with QED On June 25 SP’s Central Parliamentary Party called off the merger and convinced CM to re-induct Balram in cabinet While sources said that Akhilesh does not want a pre-poll alliance Shivpal also approached RLD Chief Ajit Singh for a tie-up The move benefited SP as RLD MLAs voted for SP candidates in Rajya Sabha and MLC polls last month SP has announced that Akhilesh will soon take out Samajwadi Vikas Rath Yatra across the state but the dates are yet to be decided SP has also announced to hold its national executive meet in Lucknow this month but date is yet to be finalised Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav recently deputed 36 MLCs to conduct a secret survey in all 403 Assembly constituencies and produce a report of winning prospects of the party’s candidates He has also asked MLCs and Zilla Panchayat chairpersons to take responsibility of at least one assembly segment and ensure that the party candidates win in 2017 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: January 9 2014 10:39 pm Related News Prashant Reddy Thikkavarapu Nuclearbiotech and pharma regulatory bills are pending in Parliament One would expect a country that has witnessed an industrial disaster like the Bhopal gas tragedy to be especially sensitive to the issue of regulating dangerous industries and untested technologies UnfortunatelyIndia remains a country where the financial markets and telecom markets are better regulated than the nuclearbiotech or pharmaceutical industries The government virtually acknowledged the abysmal condition of its safety regulators when it was forced to introduce the following legislations in Parliament: the Nuclear Safety Regulatory Authority of India (NRSA) Bill2011the Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India (BRAI) Bill2013 and the Drugs and Cosmetics (Amendment) Bill2013 (D&C bill)which will create the Central Drug Authority (CDA) Each bill is long overdue and has been a reaction rather than proactive action Lets start with Indias current nuclear regulator The Meckoni Committee Report had recommended a statutory regulator for the nuclear industry way back in 1981 The recommendation was studiously ignored by the countrys nuclear establishment To the international communityit claimed that the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB)which was set up through an executive ordermet the standards of independence required by the Convention on Nuclear Safety (CNS) The AERB was anything but independent as it was answerable to the authorities responsible for the promotion of nuclear energy which constitutes a conflict of interest It took the nuclear disaster in Fukushima in 2011 for the prime minister to crack the whip and force the introduction of an NRSA Bill2011 The BRAI bill was forced by the widespread protests against the field trials of genetically modified food It took the department of biotechnology (DBT) five years to introduce the bill in Parliamenthaving drafted the first version of the bill in 2008 Even in its final formthere are objections on the grounds that it gives the DBT too much influence over the regulator The story of the D&C bill exposes the human costs of the collective incompetence of the Indian system The parliamentary standing committee for health has castigated the executive for the state of drug regulation in India The Supreme Courthearing PILs on the regulation of clinical trialseventually banned all clinical trials until the government could come up with a safe regulatory mechanism Faced with heat from both Parliament and the Supreme Courtthe ministry of health finally introduced a significant regulatory reform through the D&C bill The main issue with most Indian safety regulators is the fact that they were created by executive orders rather than parliamentary legislation When the executive creates an organisationit tends to exercise control over it This is not necessarily a fault because control is also a form of accountability Problems arise when the goals of the Central government clash with the regulatory goals of safety These conflict of interest scenarios can be of two kinds Firstwhere the Central government is the industry operator that is being regulated Take the nuclear industrywhere both the regulator and the industry fall under the purview of the Department of Atomic Energy Or the Directorate General of Civil Aviationwhich falls under the purview of the ministry of civil aviationalso responsible for overseeing the operation of Air India Secondwhen the regulators decision on safety can have an adverse impact on the governments economic policies For exampleif the drug regulator were to crack down on the Indian pharmaceutical industryit would severely affect its brand value in lucrative foreign markets The debate on institutional independence is not new to India Weve had these debates earlierin the context of institutions like the judiciarythe CBIthe lokpal etc Unfortunatelymost of these debates have generated more heat than light From our little experience with judicial independencewe know that the power to appointtransfer and remove the top brass among regulators will be crucial in determining the independence of safety regulators But unlike judicial institutionswhich are only required to adjudicate disputesregulatory authorities have a mandate to formulate policieslay down standards and enforce the law against erring industries A single policy decision by a regulator can shut down entire industries A single drug banned by the drug regulator or a single pesticide banned by the insecticide board could result in the loss of thousands of crores but ensure greater safety for Indians A vindictive regulator could prosecute a firm into bankruptcy before it proves its innocence Should such authoritieswhich have powers of both policy formulation and prosecutionremain completely insulated from our political establishment or should our elected representatives have some power to influence them Just how much regulatory independence is required to ensure the safety of Indians in the face of increasingly awesome yet dangerous technologies The answer is not clear Perhaps we will have more clarity once our parliamentarians decide to start debating these bills The writer is an intellectual property lawyer [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: July 1 2017 6:37 am Related News A fire broke out on the fifth floor of old surgical building of Chittaranjan National Medical College and Hospital in K0lkatta on Friday Source said the fire broke out around 820 am Dense smoke was seen billowing out from an air-conditioner following which the fire department was informed they said Two fire tenders were rushed to the spot and the flames were brought under control by 855 am No casualty was reported “No patient was admitted on that floor It was only used as a nursing training facility Due to some technical snag in the air-conditioner the fire broke out” said a police official In another incident a fire broke out at a small plastic recycling factory in Liluah Howrah As per sources one of the staff who was outside the factory noticed flames around 8 am following which he alerted other locals Four fire engines were rushed to the spot and within half-an-hour the blaze was brought under control The factory has been partially gutted though none got injured The cause of the fire is yet to be ascertained For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hina Rohtaki | Chandigarh | Published: July 3 2017 8:43 am A hotel owner charged service tax of six per cent is charged which is not in place from July 1 (Source: PTI Photo) Top News Even as liquor does not fall under Goods and Services Tax (GST) ambit some city-based hotel owners are charging GST on liquor consumption as well A bill in the possession of Chandigarh Newsline showed how GST of 18 per cent was charged on beer Ajay Jagga a social activist who has published a book ‘Guide to GST’ has said the restaurant sector needs to be made more aware “Not just restaurant owners even the consumers should be aware that alcohol and liquor consumption has been kept out of GST” Jagga said Jagga has written to Deputy Commissioner Ajit Balaji Joshi where he mentioned the law as well “Article 366(12A) of the Constitution that the Goods and Services tax (GST) as a tax on supply of goods or services or both except supply of alcoholic liquor for human consumption So alcohol for human consumption is kept out of GST by way of definition of GST in the constitution But restaurant owners are charging it” the letter said “Since it is just two days since GST has set in I am intentionally withholding the identity of both the chains as at this point of time I would like to term this as an error or unawareness However if this continues after a month I will release the names The idea is to help business entities to adopt and migrate GST in a proper manner without being penalised for their genuine errors or error due to transition process” Jagga added Also in another case a hotel owner charged service tax of six per cent is charged which is not in place from July 1 Amrinder Pal Singh president Hotel and Restaurant Association of Chandigarh said because it was an altogether new system people are unaware “Nobody knows GST properly There are teething problems when a new system is brought in place” he said For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsParis: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday met newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron for one-on-one talks ahead of delegation-level bilateral discussions in Paris Macron who assumed office on 14 May welcomed Modi with a warm hug at the Elysee Palace "A meeting to mark a new warmth and friendship PM @narendramodi meets new French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris" External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay tweeted A meeting to mark a new warmth and friendship PM @narendramodi meets new French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris pictwittercom/BgNEcbzfZB — Gopal Baglay (@MEAIndia) June 3 2017 With US President Donald Trump announcing his country’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on climate change the climate issue is likely to be a major area of focus in Saturday’s talks While Macron has strongly criticised Trump’s move Modi said on Friday that India would continue to work for environment protection "Paris or no Paris" File image of PM Modi PTI France is also a major partner of India in defence cooperation and the ninth largest investment partner Modi arrived here on Friday evening on the final leg of his six-day four-nation tour of Europe Prior to France he visited Germany Spain and Russia Saudi Crown Prince to meet Macron in Paris soon: French TV | Reuters World Reuters Jan 06 2018 00:32:56 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Jan 06 2018 00:32 AM | Updated Date: Jan 06 2018 00:32 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See Riyadh:Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is to launch a fresh bid Sunday to ease a crisis betweenRiyadh and Doha both allies of Washington but without highhopes of a breakthrough File image of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Reuters Apart from the months-long crisis Iran’s risinginfluence in West Asia is also expected to figure high on the agenda of America’s top diplomat during talks in thetwo capitals? A team of veterinarians from Bareilly-based Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) has collected samples from the dead blackbucks but are yet to conclude the exact cause of death.

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