in what’s called a standard grant.” Ahmed has written to her home-state legislator,"O’Reilly’s suggestion that no one ever complained about his behavior is false, Is the continued skepticism warranted? At the INLD meeting, but I had a personal and professional connection to what Khashoggis plight was for.S.

According to PTI,the MLAs joined in a public meeting on Monday in the presence of party general secretary Ram Madhab convener of North East Democratic Alliance and Assam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma Union petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan state party president Biplab Deb and party’s Tripura observer Sunil Deodhar Attending the party meeting on the occasion of all 6 Trinamool Congress #TMC MLAs from #Tripura joining BJP pictwittercom/oBQhfxHyOI — Dharmendra Pradhan (@dpradhanbjp) August 7 2017 6 TMC MLAs join BJP in Tripura wid 1000s of workers n d presence of Minister Dharmendra Pradhan Himanta Biswa Sarma n others pictwittercom/SxkjddC7h2 — Ram Madhav (@rammadhavbjp) August 7 2017 All 6 MLA’S of TMC Tripura joined @BJP4Tripura in presence of @dpradhanbjp Ji and @himantabiswa Ji pictwittercom/xhDr0oLJAB — Sunil Deodhar (@Sunil_Deodhar) August 7 2017 TheHindustan Times report added that a rally will be held at Rabindra Shatabarshiki Bhawan in Agartala to unveil the new party leaders Ahmedabad: Over 5000 people in Gujarat’s Bhavnagar district battling against the acquisition of land by a state power utility have written letters to authorities seeking permission to die a farmers’ body leaderon Tuesday claimed "A total of 5259 people comprising farmers and their family members from 12 affected villages have sought "icchha mrityu (right to die) as the land they cultivate is being forcibly snatched by the state government and Gujarat Power Corporation Limited (GPCL)" claimed Narendrasinh Gohil a local farmer and a member of Gujarat Khedut Samaj an organisation fighting for farmers’ rights Representational image Reuters He claimed that the letters signed by these farmers and their kin have been sent to the President of India the prime minister and the chief minister of Gujarat Harshad Patel Collector Bhavnagar said that the farmers had dropped these letters in which they have demanded permission for "icchha mrityu" at the registry branch of the collectorate The registry branch receives and dispatches all the letters of the collectorate In the letter the farmers accused the state government and GPCL of using police force to get them to vacate the land which the farmers claimed was being tilled by them for several years now The farmers alleged that GPCL was trying to possess the land more than 20 years after the power firm had acquired it adding that such a move was against the law "As per the Land Acquisition Act 2013 a company cannot take possession of a land which it had acquired more than five years ago To possess such a land it will have to initiate the process of acquisition afresh" Gohil said "On two occasions the police have fired teargas on a peaceful gathering of farmers We are being threatened and bullied by the government" Gohil alleged He added that the district administration has imposed section 144 of the CrPC a provision prohibiting any assembly of persons the authorities term unlawful in the 12 villages since over a month now "GPCL and Gujarat government want to usurp our land despite the land legally belonging to the farmers What shall we do in such a situation If we do not have cultivable land we shall be as good as dead" the letter claimed The farmers in their letter said that the "forcible acquisition" of land was making them feel like "terrorists" and therefore they would like to be killed by bullets fired by Army personnel "We wish for this because we have been made to feel like terrorists by the authority So my last wish is to be killed at the hands of the army" the farmers said in the letters Khartoum: President Omar al-Bashir on Thursday fired Sudan’s foreign minister Ibrahim Ghandour state media reported after he said that Sudanese diplomats abroad had been unpaid for months In a speech to lawmakers on Wednesday Ghandour who negotiated the lifting of decades-old sanctions with Washington in October 2017 said his ministry had also been unable to pay rents for several Sudanese diplomatic missions due to a government cash shortfall File image of Omar al-Bashir Reuters "President Omar al-Bashir issued this evening a decree sacking Professor Ibrahim Ghandour from his post of minister of foreign affairs" the official SUNA news agency reported quoting the decree Sudan has been facing financial difficulties amid an acute shortage of hard foreign currency that has seen the east African country’s economic crisis worsen "For months Sudanese diplomats have not received salaries and there is also a delay in paying rent for diplomatic missions" Ghandour told lawmakers without specifying which ones Ghandour the first official to portray a grim picture of the country’s economic woes publicly said he himself had been in touch with the governor of the central bank but has failed to secure funds to pay the diplomats "The situation has now turned dangerous which is why I am talking about it publicly" he said Ghandour said there was a feeling among some government officials that paying wages to diplomats and rent for diplomatic missions were not a priority "Some ambassadors and diplomats want to return to Khartoum now. because of the difficulties faced by them and their families" he said Ghandour 65 told reporters on Wednesday that his ministry’s annual budget was about $69 million while the wages of diplomats and rents of missions amounted to $30 million Previously a professor at University of Khartoum Ghandour became a top aide to Bashir in December 2013 and in June 2015 was appointed as foreign minister — a post he held until Thursday Top negotiator Ghandour had been Sudan’s top negotiator with Washington during talks that led to the lifting of the US trade embargo imposed in 1997 for Khartoum’s alleged support of Islamist militant groups US officials have often acknowledged his efforts in helping to negotiate the removal of sanctions which over the years saw the country’s already dilapidated economy deteriorate further Sudan has been hit hard by an acute shortage of foreign currency that has seen the pound plunging against the dollar forcing the central bank to devalue it twice since January Expectations of a quick economic revival had been high after Washington lifted the trade embargo But officials say the situation has not changed at all as international banks continue to be wary of doing business with Sudanese banks Although Washington lifted the sanctions it kept Khartoum on its list of "state sponsors of terrorism" which makes it difficult for Sudan to access international loans and aid officials say In recent months Ghandour had been pushing to have Khartoum removed from Washington’s blacklist Sudan’s overall economy was hit particularly hard after the south separated from the north in 2011 taking with it about 75 percent of oil earnings A surging inflation rate of about 56 percent regular fuel shortages and rising prices of food items have often triggered sporadic anti-government protests in Khartoum and some other towns Protests erupted in January too after prices of food items mainly bread more than doubled The anti-government rallies were quickly curbed by security forces amid a crackdown that saw several top opposition leaders and hundreds of protesters arrested Most of the detainees have now been freed after Bashir ordered their release Both of these findings are found among people exposed to secondhand smoke. math, are at risk. 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