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2013, Karnataka Law Minister TB Jayachandra told reporters after a recent Cabinet meeting, Raman asks inspector for surety of their safety.policy already,the doctrine itself— what is publicly available — specifically states that its retaliation only policy is dynamic In the words of the National Security Advisory Board India shall pursue a doctrine of credible minimum nuclear deterrence In this policy of "retaliation only" the survivability of our arsenal is critical This is a dynamic concept related to the strategic environment technological imperatives and the needs of national security The actual size components deployment and employment of nuclear forces will be decided in the light of these factors India’s policy is clearly stated to be to only retaliatory which is again emphasised in the next section: "India will not be the first to initiate a nuclear strike but will respond with punitive retaliation should deterrence fail" Nonetheless this position is dynamic in that it is conceivable that imminent use of nuclear weapons against India – fuelling of missiles field deployment of tactical nuclear weapons delegation of launch authority — especially from a state that has repeatedly declared a willingness almost an eagerness to strike first with nuclear weapons will be treated as an attack and liable for Indian retaliation As many Indian strategists have wondered what is the morality of awaiting certain destruction just to satisfy a dictionary definition of no-first-use Representational image PTI Such use — anticipatoryself defence — may not be to the satisfaction of semanticists but is nonetheless considered just under international law if it fulfils the criteria of theCarolinerule: instant overwhelming leaving no choice of means and no moment for deliberation Thus as Menon himself noted more flexibility — ambiguity — has been built into the Indian nuclear doctrine than is realised As a side note it is interesting that the same Caroline rule that bears out Indian views on nuclear strikes objects to the dilution of NFU by extending it to chemical or biological weapons as India and other nuclear states have done The composition of India’s nucleararsenal and its status should belie any fears about preemptive counter-force targetting Most nuclear observers agree that the Indian arsenal is still rudimentary compared to mature nuclear states such as the United States France or China?previous T20Is they both have played against each other.

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the number of restricted holidays offered is 18.it is a relief that all of them are safe, she said The relative of the in-charge of a pizza outlet in Dehradun was to disembark here sent across a representative to check for any news Howeverthe person had to return empty handed with no information available Station Superintendent Praveen Kumar said there was no detail available on whether there were any casualties among these 98 passengers headed for Chandigarh He added that they were in touch with the higher officialsbut were still waiting for the information HELPLINE A special train will ferry the stranded passengers from New Delhi to Chandigarh and Kalka Information pertaining to the accident will be available at: Railways helpline 0172-2639785 and 0172-2658924 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: January 17 2012 4:48 am Related News The Gujarat High Court on Monday reserved its order on a Public Interest Litigation demanding direction to the state government to get repaired or reconstructed the places of worship which have been damaged fully or partially during the 2002 statewide riots The PIL has been moved by Islami Relief Committee Gujarat (IRCG)seeking inter alia directions to the government to compensate the repair work of religious structures Petitioners lawyer Yusuf Muchhala said their petition mainly relied on three reports of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)which stated it was the duty of the government to protect the places of worshipand in the instance casethe government had failed to do so According to the petitionerthere are 294 religious places which were damaged fully or partially during the riots HoweverMuchhala saidthe government has admitted that there are around 595 such damaged structures The governmenton its partis disputing the petition saying it is under no obligation to compensate for damages to these religious structures For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Mosul | Published: December 12 2016 12:17 pm Thousands of civilians are exposed to ongoing clashes as the operation slowly grinds forward (Source: File) Top News A crowd of men rushed through the narrow hallway of Mosul’s al-Zahra clinic carrying a slight 10-year-old boy Yousef Oday’s face was covered in blood A team of doctors quickly gathered around his cot “What happened to you” one of the men asked “I have no idea I was bleeding on one side” the boy said He didn’t make another sound lying motionless as a doctor put an IV into his arm His eyes were wide and pupils dilated Watch What Else is Making News Oday was hit in the side of his head with a stray bullet as he was waiting in line to gather water from a well in eastern Mosul Two other young men waiting with him were also shot Dr Ahmed Hussam methodically tended to Oday’s wounds “He’s in shock” he explained While Iraqi forces announce daily advances the city’s civilians continue to be killed and maimed by indirect fire clashes and counterattacks The Mosul front line in the city’s east is being pushed forward in two columns: one led by the Iraqi army’s 9th Division and the other by the special forces In some places Iraqi forces are just over two kilometers (12 miles) from the Tigris River that splits the city But along the main highway that cuts through the center of Mosul’s eastern half Iraqi forces have made hardly any advances at all The jagged edge leaves troops vulnerable to counterattacks but also thousands of civilians exposed to ongoing clashes as the operation slowly grinds forward Oday was shot in al-Zahra a neighborhood declared liberated nearly a month ago Since then Iraqi forces have captured nearly half a dozen other neighborhoods and districts but have not managed to completely secure al-Zahra so that aid groups and supply trucks can access the hundreds of civilians still living there “This is nothing” whispered one of the nurses in the emergency room where Oday was being treated “We have people who come in here without any arms or legs” she said asking to only be identified by her first name Malkiya out of concern for her safety Doctors in the small clinic in eastern Mosul say that since the operation to retake the city began nearly two months ago they’ve only received intermittent deliveries of supplies Nurses say they’re running out of basic items like clean bandages In a hallway that’s been converted into an emergency room doctors say all they have are bottles of saline solution gauze and iodine Like nearly all of Mosul the clinic also lacks running water Hundreds of other patients also filled the dim hallways waiting for antibiotics cough syrup allergy medicine or insulin A woman and her three daughters said they walked 3 kilometers across a front line to reach the clinic to obtain antibiotics Since the operation to retake Mosul began temperatures have dropped and without electricity or fuel her children have all gotten sick The women spoke on condition of anonymity as they were still living in a Mosul neighborhood controlled by IS “We have no protection” the mother said walking inside the examination room and lifting the black veil she wore to travel to the clinic He youngest daughter screamed as the nurse gave her an immunization shot During the first few battles of the Mosul operation IS fighters largely fled the villages around the city giving Iraqi and coalition commanders hope they would do the same inside the city But as the battle reached the city’s edge intense resistance has repeatedly stalled advances and at times forced Iraqi forces to retreat Unlike in past fights where civilians were moved out of the way of front-line clashes in Mosul Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has asked civilians to stay in their homes The move prevents massive displacement Mosul is still home to an estimated one million people but it also leaves thousands in harm’s way and thousands more out of reach of aid organizations wary of operating close to the front The clinic inside Mosul estimates it has treated at least 800 severely wounded civilians since Iraqi forces first pushed into the city in early November “All we can do is work as a stabilization unit” said Dr Muhammad Hassan Ali explaining that without the ability to perform surgery most of the emergency cases he receives need to be transferred to a hospital in Irbil more than an hour’s drive away across bad roads and through half a dozen checkpoints Oday the young boy lost his left eye but the doctors at the clinic were able to bandage his wound and slow the bleeding As quickly as he was rushed into the building he was carried out into an ambulance bound for Irbil “He’ll live” said Hussam the doctor who treated him “He’s very lucky” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News A helpline was set up at the Chandigarh Railway Station that witnessed relatives of a few passengers making queries. even though it complains about them in public. it shouldn’t bother anyone if our support price is less than the prevailing international price. India biz. Fri 12.Written by Bharat Sundaresan | Sydney | Updated: January 12 “The education department had decided to change the paper pattern of Class IX and Class X from the academic year 2015-16. but the creative process relatively remains the same and as creative people.

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“Happy National Lipstick Day!! However, Modi will be in Ahmedabad this afternoon. United Nations via AP) Top News Sweden’s top diplomat has a question: “Where are the women? Italian police arrested 15 Muslims on suspicion of murder after survivors from a packed migrant boat reported they had thrown 12 Christians into the sea after a dispute which broke out after people on board began praying for their lives. “My game is back to where I’ve been wanting it to be, rolling up our sleeves and not standing by and watching passively the suffering of the world". Of the 13, Top News The Maharashtra government has initiated action in barely 1 per cent of the complaints lodged before the Lokayukta in the last three years.the World Bank and even the United Nations.

South Africa will mark two decades of the end of Apartheid. credit has started moving as per seasonality from October onwards, states have committed to transformative operational improvements in the next three-four years.By: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Updated: May 10 If u actually watch the video there is nothing on the counter .

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