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During a nearly 90-minute-long meeting between the two leaders ahead of the BRICS and Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) summits in Ufa,Modi also reiterated India’s concerns over the USD 46 billion economic corridor China was building which goes through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir(PoK) Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese president Xi Jinping PTI Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar replied in the affirmative when asked whether the Prime Minister raised China blocking India’s move at the UN on the Lakhvi issue "Prime Minister Narendra Modi strongly took up the issue of China blocking the resolution He conveyed India’s concerns" Jaishankar said while briefing reporters on the Modi-Xi meeting the fifth between the two leaders in the last one year Elaborating on Modi’s comments Jaishankar said "the Prime Minister made our concerns known very clearly" "I can assume that the Chinese side was impressed with the clarity and directness in which it was conveyed It was felt that we should keep talking on that" he added Asked what would be the format of the discussions on this issue he said officials will take up from where the leaders have left "There is no particular mechanism The MEA can discuss with the Embassy(Chinese) There are a range of mechanisms" he added The Prime Minister while conveying his concerns to Xi told him how the people of India viwed the Chinese action At a meeting of the UN Sanctions Committee last month India had sought action against Pakistan for release of LeT operations commander Lakhvi in the 26/11 trial in violation of a UN resolution but the Chinese representatives blocked the move on grounds that New Delhi did not provide sufficient information India had earlier said that the Chinese action was at "variance" with progress in bilateral ties Lakhvi the mastermind of the 26/11 terror attack was released from a Pakistani jail in April Lakhvi 55 a close relative of LeT founder and Jamaat-ud Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed was arrested in December 2008 and was indicted along with the six others on November 25 2009 in connection with the 26/11 attack that claimed 166 lives After the meeting Jaishankar said "There is a sense of new energy and enthusiasm in ties" They discussed the boundary issue confidence building measures issues of maintaining peace and tranquillity along the border and more meeting points at the border he said Jaishankar said India’s bid for a permanent seat in a reformed UN Security Council and the Nuclear Suppliers Group membership also came up for discussion The two leaders spent a considerable time discussing Modi’s "warm" visit to China in May and his trip to Xi’s hometown of Xi’an Jaishankar said They reviewed the progress in bilateral ties since their last meeting especially on trade and economic cooperation he said During the talks cooperation in the BRICS grouping and the Beijing-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) of which India is the second-largest shareholder was discussed Modi and Xi also discussed reconstruction projects in quake-hit Nepal On his meeting with Xi who is the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China Modi said "Great meeting President Xi Jinping again Our talks were comprehensive & a lot of topics came up for discussion" The Prime Minister thanked the Chinese leader for the successful holding of the first International Day of Yoga in many Chinese cities It is the fourth bilateral meeting between the two leaders since their first in Fortaleza Brazil last July In September 2014 Xi had visited India while Modi made a trip to China earlier this year in May Xi and Modi had also visited each other’s hometowns during their bilateral trips "Our 5th meeting in a year shows the depth of the India-China relationship" Modi was quoted by External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup as telling Xi PTI New Delhi:Questioning the delay in granting the Leader of Opposition’s post to his party Congress leader Amarinder Singh on Sunday said no decision by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan in this regard till now has raised fears that she could be "influenced" by the government Deputy leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Amarinder Singh AFP The deputy leader in Lok Sabha charged the Narendra Modi government with being "petty" and "unfair" to the Congress in not granting the official Leader of Opposition’s post and feared that key appointments like that of Central Vigilance Commissioner and others would not be made fairly "The Congress has formally written to the Speaker for over 10 days now but she is yet to give her decision I wonder what is delaying the decision The delay raises fears that her decision may be influenced by the government" the former Punjab chief minister told PTI He said the Speaker does not belong to any particular party and is supposed to take decisions independently and cannot be influenced Asked about the manner in which government was behaving on the issue of granting the post to Congress and also the seating arrangements in Lok Sabha he said "Government is acting petty They are being unfair to the Congress" He said if there was no Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha key appointments will be made only by the government and that would not be appropriate as their independence could be affected "The LOP has to be there If you do not have an LOP then the independence of key positions like that of CVC could be affected If only the government would make such appointments then that would not be appropriate" he said adding that the Congress has the option of going to court if it is denied LOP Singh also differed with his colleague Anand Sharma on arresting Ved Pratap Vaidik for meeting 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed in Pakistan and said "There should be a probe and the matter be investigated first on whether Vaidik has links with an anit-national He could be detained first rather than arresting him straight away" Singh said the journalist should answer as to how he managed to meet someone who is well-protected in Pakistan and how he had access to him He said nobody will allow Vaidik to meet Saeed just like that "That means he (Vaidik) has access to him (Saeed) and is in contact with his establishment That needs to be probed and investigated" he said The Amritsar MP said he had written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for formulating a National Drug Policy to help save Punjab from the menace of drugs He said Modi has replied to him by merely acknowledging his suggestion "He has not given any assurance on the problem" he claimed Singh who defeated Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in the Lok Sabha polls said the Congress will continue to act as a vigilant Opposition despite the less numbers it has in the Lower House "We will continue to act as a vigilant Opposition and will work hard to stop the government from taking any wrong decision But we will not be obstructive" he said even if his party is denied the LOP’s post Singh said the Congress has won votes of as many as 11 crore people across the country against BJP’s 17 crore voters and would thus continue to work for safeguarding the interests of the country and the people Asked about the increase in FDI to 49 percent in the insurance sector he said the Congress has not yet decided on whether to support the government on this PTI Written by Shombit Sengupta | Published: January 18 2015 12:00 am Related News “If the world had no weapons what would have been positive and negative today” I asked a few close friends A Swiss friend Herve Luquiens replied “Your question reminds me of my youth My grandfather was a socialist leader in Switzerland — the mayor of Lausanne He insisted I never play with military dinky toys I was unhappy but that was his political belief I’m not comfortable with your idea Talking about the real world I’m scared about bad guys holding weapons and good guys not In France many military weapons were left after World War II At some stage they were asked to declare them to give them to the police You did that or you could go to prison But today whoever wants to rob a bank or kill innocent people can get a Kalashnikov on the Internet for as little as 1500 Euros Also the Nazis had weapons when the Jews were unarmed… So I love your dream but I don’t believe it works in real life Too bad” Just imagine 70 million Kalashnikovs sold to date plus millions of other weapons to destroy people To what purpose A Parisian friend responded: “It’s a trap question But a great wish” Clearly a Utopian dream yet for a few hours last Sunday January 11 it became a reality in Paris Amazingly state leaders from 44 countries were queuing to catch a bus from the lysée Palace to Place de la République to attend the unity rally This call by the French President made people forget their divisions An ocean of humanity over 15 million inched silently through Paris streets Simultaneously another 25 million marched in different parts of France Europe the Americas and Australia Such solidarity to condemn senseless killings has no parallel I’ll never forget the incredible weaponless union between two arch enemies — the Palestinian Authority President and the Israeli Prime Minister Leaving aside religious and political problems they marched together Leading the rally all arm-in-arm were the King and Queen of Jordon German Chancellor British and Italian Prime Ministers President of Mali among other leaders Their peaceful protest was against terrorism killing innocent people 10 artists of Charlie Hebdo — a publication illustrating satirical opinion — three security personnel and four Jewish shoppers These statespersons made no speech but showed terrorists that their vile acts instead brought people of all religions together The imam of Paris Grand Mosque Dalil Boubakeur attended mourning prayers at the Jewish synagogue with Catholic President Hollande and Jewish Israeli PM Netanyahu This strong symbolic expression of peace showed the power to win without weapons Can the world become weaponless I’m not enamoured of non-violence where the opposition is armed; it’s unnatural inhuman exposing weakness My dream is of a non-violent weaponless world where both sides have no weapons Hate jealousy and power exist in our DNA Weapons feed and empower hate jealousy and power to become explosive When somebody commits a violent act society sends a force to kill the killer Doing so have we stopped violence Revenge will come from numerous quarters starting a domino effect of violence and making us live in perpetual terror and insecurity If we actually had no weapons social beings would challenge one another through intellectual weapons expressed in various media We would experience creativity wars that kill nobody Styles of expression in different societies would be extraordinary replacing the physical punishing world we know now A six-year-old boy at the French rally was asking “Why will I be killed for making a funny drawing” Unfortunately all of France is in limbo now in spite of the rally’s success in symbolising unity French Muslims are wary of Catholics and Jews and vice versa Liberal French democracy has welcomed the largest Muslim (eight million) and Jewish populations (half a million) in Europe to France (total population 63 million) but this does not mean that France has to change its high secular value system and freedom of expression “We are French first” is the feeling the march hoped to ignite amongst French minorities French Jews migrating to Israel for fear is a new phenomenon that’s shocked me: 12000 since 2012 when anti-Semitic terrorism struck France That last Sunday’s march displayed no turbulence means we want to live peacefully under a beautiful sky My question to you my valuable reader is: “What if the world had no weapons” Shombit Sengupta is a global consultant on unique customer centricity strategy to execution excellence for top management For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppBy: AP | Published: August 12 2017 9:18 am In the league’s first Friday night start Arsene Wenger’s side was trailing 3-2 with seven minutes remaining but Ramsey grabbed the equalizer and Giroud headed in an 85th-minute winner (Source: Reuters) Top News The Premier League made a thrilling return and Arsenal finally had something to celebrate on the opening weekend It took the arrival of Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud from the bench in the second half to turn it around against Leicester and give Arsenal only its second opening-day victory in eight seasons In the league’s first Friday night start Arsene Wenger’s side was trailing 3-2 with seven minutes remaining but Ramsey grabbed the equalizer and Giroud headed in an 85th-minute winner “We kept going and the spirit of the team was absolutely outstanding” Wenger said “If you look at that from a neutral point for a first game it was a top quality game “You want the Premier League to be the best league in the world and I think it has to produce these kind of games to produce interest and quality” Even if the thrilling attacks were aided by such fragile defending Arsenal record-signing Alexandre Lacazette launched his English league career in style by heading in the opener after 94 seconds A predictable Arsenal implosion followed with Shinji Okazaki and Jamie Vardy putting Leicester in front Even after Danny Welbeck leveled on the stroke of halftime Vardy restored Leicester’s lead after the break Leicester was heading for something it didn’t even achieve in its astonishing 2015-16 title-winning campaign: a win at Arsenal “We saw it though for 83 minutes” Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare said “and to concede two late set-plays in the manner we did is obviously hard to take” Instead Wenger avoided a third consecutive season-opening loss at the start of his new two-year contract The Frenchman will be hoping it’s a sign of changing fortunes after a season when he reached his nadir Although Arsenal signed off in May by lifting the FA Cup a fifth-place finish ensured the north London club failed to qualify for the Champions League for the first time in two decades This was the perfect lift-off for Arsenal particularly for Lacazette The first touch from the 60 million euros ($68 million) signing was at kickoff His second was to meet Mohamed Elneny’s cross with a powerful header past goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel Lacazette recruited from Lyon savored the moment opening his arms out wide to take in the acclamation of his new home Arsenal’s defense though was still on its summer break Just 160 seconds after Lacazette scored Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech was picking the ball out of his net Harry Maguire nodded Marc Albrighton’s cross back into the path of Okazaki who headed Leicester level Before completing a half-hour of the season Arsenal was trailing Again Albrighton was the architect afforded far too much space to rampage down the left flank before crossing low for Vardy to turn the ball into the net How quickly optimism faded as Arsenal’s enduring defensive flaws were exposed so soon There was a lifeline for Wenger before halftime when Welbeck met Sead Kolasinac’s cross to tap in an equalizer Leicester however was back in front 11 minutes into the second half Cech initially tipped over Riyad Mahrez’s shot but the latter turned provider from the resulting corner The defense failed to check Vardy ghosting into the penalty area and the striker was unmarked as he nodded in the corner “We’re top of the league” Leicester fans chanted for the first time since May 2016 when their club was in possession of a Premier League trophy that Arsenal has not lifted since 2004 Leicester couldn’t stay on top though Schmeichel’s saves were keeping Leicester in front but he was beaten when Ramsey got on the end of Granit Xhaka’s cross and again when substitute Giroud headed in a corner “It was the first game of the season” Cech said “and it was a classic for everybody to watch” Just not the type of display necessarily that delivers titles For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News says Nitin Karani.

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