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Modi visit: India, China ink 24 agreements, discuss border, trade

The vexed India-China boundary issue failed to see much progress as both sides reiterated their position to seek “a fair, reasonable and mutually acceptable solution as early as possible” after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Premier Li Keqiang here on Friday that saw both countries ink 24 agreements, including to boost people-to-people connect. Modi, who held one-on-one and later delegation level talks with Li here, said he had held candid, constructive and friendly talks with the Chinese leadership that covered all issues, including “those that trouble smooth development of relations”. On Thursday, Modi held summit level talks with President Xi Jinping in Xi’an during which all issues were discussed. Modi said he had “stressed the need for China to reconsider its approach on some of the issues that hold us back from realizing full potential of our partnership” and that Beijing should “take a strategic and long term view of our relations. I found the Chinese leadership responsive”. Modi said both sides reiterated their “strong commitment to make all efforts to maintain peace and tranquility in the border region”. “I found sensitivity to our concerns on this issue and interest in further intensifying confidence building measures. I also reiterated the importance of clarification of Line of Actual Control in this regard,” said Modi. He said had sought “tangible progress” on issues relating to visa policy and trans-border rivers and that he had discussed “some of our regional concerns”. The joint statement issued said that an early settlement of the boundary question should be pursued as a strategic objective and that both countries are “determined to actively seek a political settlement” of the issue. Both sides noted the progress in talks by the special representatives on the border issue and “reaffirmed the commitment to abide by the three-stage process for the settlement of the boundary question, and continuously push forward negotiation on the framework for a boundary settlement based on the outcomes and common understanding achieved so far. They said their differences “should not be allowed to come in the way of continued development of bilateral relations” and agreed to expand the exchanges between the border commanders, and establish border personnel meeting points in all sectors of the India-China border areas. The statement said that India-China ties “are poised to play a defining role in the 21st Century in Asia and indeed, globally” and that both “agreed that the process of the two countries pursuing their respective national developmental goals and security interests must unfold in a mutually supportive manner with both showing mutual respect and sensitivity to each other’s concerns, interests and aspirations”. On bilateral trade, both agreed to take necessary measures to remove impediments, facilitate greater market access to each other’s economies and also resolved to take measures to alleviate the skewed bilateral trade. The two sides inked agreements on setting up provincial partnership between Karnataka and Sichuan and sister-city relationships between Aurangabad-Dunhuang, Chennai-Chongqing and Hyderabad-Qingdao. Modi said both President Xi and Premier Li “were very receptive to the specific concerns I had raised on our growing trade deficit. We look forward to early impact on the ground”. He said their decision to open consulates in Chengdu and Chennai reflects the growing mutual confidence and shared commitment to expand their bilateral ties. Later, inaugurating the first India-China Forum of State and Provincial Leaders here, Modi said that greater cooperation between India and China at the state and provincial level would help translate the vision of enhancing cooperation into reality besides promoting greater people-to-people contacts. He described the forum as “a new vehicle for advancing cooperation between our two countries”. Modi said Chinese President Xi Jinping has spoken in terms of $20 billion of Chinese investments in India over the next five years during his visit to India last year. “President spoke of 20 billion dollars of Chinese investments over the next five years. Some of the business agreements will take shape in Shanghai tomorrow (Saturday),” he said. On Thursday, Modi and Xi held “extremely productive” summit level talks during which the border issue, the widening trade imbalance and “strengthening trust” were high on the agenda. Modi arrived in Beijing late Thursday on the second leg of his visit and tweeted his “special thanks” to Xi for an “extremely productive meeting” earlier in the day in Xi’an.

NHRC issues show cause notice to UP govt. over police atrocity in Kasganj

The national Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued a show cause notice to the Uttar Pradesh government asking why suitable amount of interim relief may not be recommended to be paid to each of the four persons who became victim of police atrocity in district Kasganj. The Commission has given six weeks time for response to its notice. The Commission has also directed the Chief Secretary and the Director General of Police of Uttar Pradesh to set the law in motion and submit the details of legal and departmental action taken in the matter. NHRC’s attention was drawn towards the matter after the complaint by victim’s wife on May 23, 2013. She had alleged that her husband, daughter and son were forcibly picked up by some persons claiming to be policemen from their house in district Kasganj. It was found that a Sub-Inspector of the Police Station in Kasganj, along with his five associates in plain clothes, were responsible for this action. The Commission had observed that the said police officer misused his power and authority and has taken law in his own hands. The complaint as well as the statement of the petitioner recorded by the inquiry officer discloses commission of cognizable offence.

PM Modi raises concern over China investment in PoK

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has raised concern over China investment in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), amounting to a whopping USD 46 billion. The investments, which were announced when Chinese President Xi Jinping had visited Pakistan in April, will be along the China Pakistan Economic Corridor in Pakistan and PoK. India has staunchly voiced its opposition to the investments as some of them involve building infrastructure projects in PoK.
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    President of Palestine Mahmood Abbas Announces Order of ‘Star of Jerusalem’ For Mr. Syed Vicaruddin

    President of Palestine Mahmood Abbas Announces Order of ‘Star of Jerusalem’ For Mr. Syed Vicaruddin

    – Syed KhaledShahbaaz Hyderabad, May 14: ● First Indian Citizen to be conferred the ‘Star of Jerusalem’ award by the Head of Palestinian State since India’s independence ● High-level Delegation Arrives in Hyderabad to Do The Honours ● President of Palestine sends his Special Advisor and Supreme Judge of Palestine In what seems to be a significant milestone in India-Palestine relationship, the President of Palestine Mr.Mahmood Abbas has announced to confer the order of the ‘Star of Jerusalem’, one of the highest honours of Palestine upon Mr. Syed Vicaruddin, the Chairman of Indo-Arab League Hyderabad and the Chief Editor of nonagenarian Rahnuma-e-Deccan Daily. To do the honours, the President of Palestine has sent a special high-level delegation led by his Special Advisor and the Supreme Judge of Palestine Dr. Mahmoud Sidqi Al-Habash, Ambassador of Palestine Mr. Adnan Abu Alhaijaa and Minister of Embassy of Palestine in New Delhi Mr.SalehFhied Mohammed. Speaking at a media conference on Thursday, Dr.MahmoodHabbash said “I am honoured to be representing the President of the State of Palestine to felicitate Mr. Syed Vicaruddin with this award. The President has personally instructed the honours to be done in acknowledgment of “over four decades of his [Mr.Vicaruddin’s] continued, principled support, for the Palestinian Struggle for the realisation of statehood, sovereignty and self-determination”. The honours will take place on Saturday, 16th May 2015 at 8.00 PM at Mr. Syed Vicaruddin’s residence. He said that Palestine has received bolstering support from India, particularly through Mr.Vicaruddin’s organization Indo-Arab League Hyderabad, which kept the flag flying for over four decades in support of Palestinian cause for freedom and peace. “The award is a tribute in appreciation of Mr.Vicaruddin’s efforts and is a rare occasion in the history of India and Palestine ties”, he added. Speaking on the current situation in the war-torn Palestine, he said “Palestinians are fighting to reclaim their homeland, and will one day stop living as refugees on their own soil”. “Sooner or later we will achieve our goal of liberating our homeland and establishing our state”, he added. He said “when President Mr.Mahmood Abbas learnt about Mr. Syed Vicaruddin’s road accident enroute a public meeting in Gulbarga town which was held to express solidarity with the people of Palestine in December 2014, he sought that we visited Hyderabad to see Mr. Syed Vicaruddin and personally enquire about his health and recovery after the accident.” Mr. Syed Vicaruddin, Chairman of Indo-Arab League Hyderabad and Chief Editor of Rahnuma-e-Deccan daily expressed his gratitude to the delegation and assured them of continued solidarity and support with Palestine in the future. He also brief about the proposed Indo-Arab Cultural Centre, which will house a library, a cultural gallery, reading room, and a mosque. The centre is believed to be the first in Asia and the largest in the world upon its completion at Road No. 10, Banjara Hills in Hyderabad. He appreciated India’s solidarity with Palestine and invited Muslims of India and elsewhere to visit the city of Jerusalem, saying it was the ‘third holiest place for Muslims after Makkah and Madina in Saudi Arabia as it houses Al-Aqsa Mosque – the third holiest Mosque which was also once the first Qibla (direction facing which Muslims offer Prayers including Namaaz) Palestinian Ambassador Mr. Adnan Abu Alhaijaa encouraged religious tourism and exhorted for solidarity with Palestine in the cause of its liberation and realization of statehood adding that “India’s friendship with Palestine is long and historical and will grow even stronger in the years to come”. The Ambassador said that the delegation also wanted to celebrate the Lailatul-Meraj (Night of Importance when Prophet Mohammaed’s overnight journey to the skies took place from Masjid Al Aqsa). The delegation also expressed strong interest in meeting the Chief Minister of TelanganaMr. K. ChandrashekarRao and other high-level government officials during their stay in Hyderabad. Dr. Mir Akbar Ali Khan, Vice President Indo-Arab League, Mr.Sayyid Ahmed Amiruddin, Project Director of Indo-Arab League Cultural Center, and others were also present on the occasion.

    Riyadh doubles Yemen aid pledge to $540 mn

    Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saudi on Wednesday allocated one billion riyals ($265 million) for a Yemen relief centre in the kingdom, media reported. The additional relief fund, together with the previously pledged $274 million, has doubled the total amount of Saudi aid money to the country Riyadh has been bombing since late March, Saudi Press Agency reported. Earlier in April, Saudi Arabia said it would fund the entire $274 million demanded by the UN to help victims of the war in Yemen. The UN said the money would meet the life-saving and safety needs of 7.5 million people affected by a worsening humanitarian crisis in Yemen. On Tuesday, the Saudi-led coalition announced a five-day ceasefire in Yemen that has become effective. The Saudi-proposed truce has been accepted by Yemen’s Shia Houthi Ansarullha group to allow deliveries of desperately needed relief supplies. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah, the royal court advisor, said the Yemen relief centre would exert maximum effort in collaborating with the UN to deliver the aid as soon as possible.
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    Ban kicks off meeting to boost commitment to ‘Every Woman, Every Child’ initiative

    Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has gathered senior leaders from around the world for a meeting that began on Thursday in New York on ways to step-up commitments to improve the health of women, children and adolescents globally under a United Nations initiative. “Women, children and adolescents are the most powerful drivers of transformative and sustainable change,” said Ban ahead of the retreat, which has been organized in the context of the Every Woman, Every Child initiative. He said, “Within a generation, we have the historical opportunity to create a world where women, children and adolescents not only survive preventable causes, but thrive to their fullest potential.” The two-day retreat brings together Government representatives, CEOs, civil society leaders, private sector partners, global advocates and heads of UN agencies to prepare new commitments to mobilize action to ensure support for women, children and adolescents’ health in the context of the post-2015 development agenda. Every Woman, Every Child is a movement to mobilize and intensify global action to improve the health of women and children around the world. It is aimed at putting into action theGlobal Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health and is the fastest growing partnership in history on public health. A total of $34 billion in resources have already been disbursed, translating into concrete action on the ground, such as greater prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission, better access to oral rehydration therapy, as well as improvement of professional maternity care, family planning, childhood vaccinations, and prenatal and postnatal care. “Improving the health and well-being of women, children and adolescents everywhere is one of the best investments we can make,” said Ban.

    Geneva: UN envoy on Syria meets with officials from the Russia and UK

    United Nations Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, met on Thursday in Geneva with senior officials from the Russian Federation and the United Kingdom to discuss how to help Syrians move towards launching a political process, a spokesman for the UN has confirmed. Briefing journalists in New York, Stephane Dujarric, the Spokesperson for the Secretary-General, said that, Staffan also received the envoy of the Syrian National Coalition of Opposition and Revolutionary Forces, Haitham al-Maleh, who delivered a letter from the Coalition explaining and elaborating his Organization’s position on the way to resolve the conflict in Syria. According to Dujarric, the Special Envoy encouraged continued contribution by the Coalition to the Geneva consultations and also discussed perspectives on a political solution to the Syrian conflict with Syrian activist Samir Al-Taqi, currently the General Director of the Orient Research Centre in Dubai. At the end of the day’s meetings, Staffan said the rich discussions with Syrian and international interlocutors were another stark reminder of a shared sense of urgency to help Syrian people reach a political solution to the end the conflict. The talks are aimed to bolster implementation of the Geneva Communique, which was adopted after the first international meeting on the issue on 30 June 2012, and since endorsed by the UN Security Council. The document lays out key steps in a process to end the violence. Among others, it calls for the establishment of a transitional governing body, with full executive powers and made up by members of the present Government and the opposition and other groups, as part of agreed principles and guidelines for a Syrian-led political transition. Photo: UN Photo/Jean-Marc Ferre
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    Air India Express offers free tickets on 10th Anniversary

    Air India Express offers free tickets on 10th Anniversary - Apr 28 2015

    – Mohammed Saifuddin, Yahind.com On completion of a decade of successful service, Air India Express offers ten free tickets in each of GCC country to deserving Indian expatriates. Air India Express is completing 10 years of successful operation of its services on April 29, 2015. On this occasion, Air India Express will confer ten free tickets to be used by the needy Indian expatriates in Saudi Arabia for returning back to India. Similar gesture will also be conferred to Indian expatriates in other GCC nations UAE, Kuwait, Muscat, Qatar and Bahrain. This gesture is to recognize unstinted loyalty, support and patronage of the Indian expatriate community towards the services of Air India Express. This is a onetime offer and will remain valid till December 2015. However, the recipients of the free tickets will not be able to use them during super peak period from June 18 to July 17, 2015 Air India Charters Limited (AICL) authorized the Indian Embassy to identify the beneficiaries for these complimentary tickets. In this regard a letter from AICL Chairman was handed over the Indian Ambassador Mr. Hamed Ali Rao in Riyadh today. Manager (In charge) Air India Riyadh Mr. M. A. Noor Mohamed said that Air India Express will also conduct on board Lucky Draw Bonanza from April 29 to May 8, 2015. The flights IX381 on 29 Apr from Calicut to Dammam and IX382 on the same day from Dammam to Calicut have been selected for the this bonanza. The winners will be given one free sub-load return ticket on Air India Express sector which can be used before December 31, 2015. Air India, the national carrier of India, introduced its economic fare service Air India Express through AICL, its subsidiary company, to cater the needs of Indian expatriates in Middle East and South East Asia. During the first decade of its operation, it has been offering point to point service focusing primarily on providing affordable air travel services to the expat Indian communities in the region. It currently operates from Dammam to Calicut, Cochin and Mangalore. Air India operates weekly 36 services in the Kingdom. It connects Dammam, Riyadh and Jeddah to various points in India. Air India is also known for its service to bring back the Indians from troubled areas during emergency situations. The recent evacuation of Indians and other nationals from Yemen has won wide accolades and appreciations from across the World. During Operation Rahat, Air India used four commercial flights. Three aircrafts ferried evacuees from Sana’a to Djibouti while another Air India 777 was used for onward journey of Indians to Kochi and Mumbai. Air India holds the Guinness World Record for the largest human evacuation by a civil airliner. The evacuation of Indians from Kuwait and Iraq during Persian Gulf War in 1990 brought it this distinction. This operation continued for almost two months. 170,000 Indians were evacuated and brought back to India by 488 commercial flights of Air India. The airline also has to its credit the successful evacuation of Indian nationals during crisis in Libya and Lebanon. Air India has a bad image of neglecting the Gulf sector, specially it is known for delayed flights and also for using old flights in this sector. But still its services to evacuate Indian nationals during the crisis situations should be appreciated. – Yahind.com
    Kavitha Invites NRIs to invest in Telangana

    Kavitha Invites NRIs to invest in Telangana - Apr 27 2015

    By: Ashfaq Hussain Syed, Chicago Member of Parliament and daughter of Telangana CM, Ms. Kavitha Kalvakuntla said the newly-carved Telangana State is endowed with abundant natural resources and the state Government has formulated several innovative developmental projects in diverse fields like Pharmaceuticals, Hospitality, Media and Film Industry, Power Generation, Real Estate Development, Food Processing, Textiles, IT, Agriculture, Fertilizers, etc. with a view to transforming it into ‘Golden Telengana State’. The NRIs, across the globe, can participate in this unique historical opportunity by making huge investments in these projects which represent a win-win situation both to the NRIs and to the Telangana State. A high-profile reception was organized in her honor by prominent business and community leaders, under the leadership of Iftekhar Shareef at his sprawling residence in Lincolnwood, Illinois. Ms. Kavitha stated that the Government of Telengana State has enhanced the social security network at a staggering pace in order to take better care of the poor, the needy and the aged. She added that generous budgetary provisions have been made in order to make them important stakeholders in achieving the cherished goal of balanced socio-economic transformation of the State. Amidst applause Ms. Kavitha announced that she will sign MoU between Chicago State University and Telangana University. It would provide for student/faculty exchange, sharing of academic resources, joint research/training initiatives, and global exposure to the students of Telengana State. She urged NRIs to host ‘Bathkamma’ festival on the lines and scale of Gujarati Garba with a view to giving a boost to the Telangana culture. At the national front, Ms. Kavitha pointed out that the relationship between the Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao and the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is vibrant, which is paving the way for the multifaceted development of the State. She lauded Narendra Modi profusely for his vision of redefining the federal concept that gives more power to the individual states to govern their destinies. Ms. Kavitha called upon the need on the part of the Indians not only to catch up with the economic growth rate of China but also to exceed it and felt that the NRIs can contribute their mite in accelerating this momentum. Referring to the processing of the Green Card proposals to the Chinese in an expeditious fashion, she requested the US authorities to extend the same treatment to the Indian professionals considering their fairy tale fusion of positive work ethics, mastery over the English language, and the skills in computer software, networking and hardware. Consul General of India, Dr. Ausaf Sayeed stated that he had the opportunity of meeting Telengana Chief Minister during his visit to Hyderabad early this year. He said he discussed with him several specific proposals and initiatives. Consul General outlined his plans to facilitate collaborations of Telangana state with educational institutions and universities including Purdue University, University of Chicago, and University of Illinois. He also disclosed that he has extended an invitation to the Chief Minister to lead a trade delegation to the USA. Host of the event prominent NRI and first dual citizen Iftekhar Shareef, a native Telanganite, stated that the State has a buoyant market for lucrative investments, especially in the area of the augmentation of solar energy. He added that the business climate in Telangana is ripe with outstanding investment opportunities which provide a platform to the NRIs for serving not only the State of their origin but also to reap a healthy return on the investments. He urged all Telugu Associations, across the globe, to join hands to promote ‘Bathkamma’ festival. He also stressed on the bnecessity to take firm steps to boost Hyderabadi Urdu talent. He assured that he will play his part to vigorously promote ‘Brand Telangana’. In his brief remarks, former Mayor Ramirez Gonzalez said that he looks forward to the opportunity to visit Telangana State to advance business relationships in multiple areas. Raja Krishnamoorthi, US Congressional candidate commended Ms. Kavitha and reiterated the importance of solar energy as a key area of investment and collaboration. Keerthi Kumar Ravoori, Immediate-past FIA President presented a shawl and bouquet to Ms. Kavitha on behalf of FIA-Chicago. Leading personalities from all walks of life were present including Trustees and members of American Telugu Association (ATA), Karunakar Madhavaram, immediate Past President, ATA, Syed Rafi of Dream India Developer Group from Hyderabad, Harish Kolasani, Dr. Siraj Ahmed, Dr. Kapadia, Ajai Agnihotri, Kanti Patel, Madhav Reddy, Hanumanth Reddy, Bhailal Patel, Sanhita Agnihotri, Minhaj Akhtar, Satya Kandimalla, Dr Dharram Hanumanth Reddy. – Yahind.com
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    Kavitha Invites NRIs to invest in Telangana

    Kavitha Invites NRIs to invest in Telangana

    By: Ashfaq Hussain Syed, Chicago Member of Parliament and daughter of Telangana CM, Ms. Kavitha Kalvakuntla said the newly-carved Telangana State is endowed with abundant natural resources and the state Government has formulated several innovative developmental projects in diverse fields like Pharmaceuticals, Hospitality, Media and Film Industry, Power Generation, Real Estate Development, Food Processing, Textiles, IT, Agriculture, Fertilizers, etc. with a view to transforming it into ‘Golden Telengana State’. The NRIs, across the globe, can participate in this unique historical opportunity by making huge investments in these projects which represent a win-win situation both to the NRIs and to the Telangana State. A high-profile reception was organized in her honor by prominent business and community leaders, under the leadership of Iftekhar Shareef at his sprawling residence in Lincolnwood, Illinois. Ms. Kavitha stated that the Government of Telengana State has enhanced the social security network at a staggering pace in order to take better care of the poor, the needy and the aged. She added that generous budgetary provisions have been made in order to make them important stakeholders in achieving the cherished goal of balanced socio-economic transformation of the State. Amidst applause Ms. Kavitha announced that she will sign MoU between Chicago State University and Telangana University. It would provide for student/faculty exchange, sharing of academic resources, joint research/training initiatives, and global exposure to the students of Telengana State. She urged NRIs to host ‘Bathkamma’ festival on the lines and scale of Gujarati Garba with a view to giving a boost to the Telangana culture. At the national front, Ms. Kavitha pointed out that the relationship between the Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao and the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is vibrant, which is paving the way for the multifaceted development of the State. She lauded Narendra Modi profusely for his vision of redefining the federal concept that gives more power to the individual states to govern their destinies. Ms. Kavitha called upon the need on the part of the Indians not only to catch up with the economic growth rate of China but also to exceed it and felt that the NRIs can contribute their mite in accelerating this momentum. Referring to the processing of the Green Card proposals to the Chinese in an expeditious fashion, she requested the US authorities to extend the same treatment to the Indian professionals considering their fairy tale fusion of positive work ethics, mastery over the English language, and the skills in computer software, networking and hardware. Consul General of India, Dr. Ausaf Sayeed stated that he had the opportunity of meeting Telengana Chief Minister during his visit to Hyderabad early this year. He said he discussed with him several specific proposals and initiatives. Consul General outlined his plans to facilitate collaborations of Telangana state with educational institutions and universities including Purdue University, University of Chicago, and University of Illinois. He also disclosed that he has extended an invitation to the Chief Minister to lead a trade delegation to the USA. Host of the event prominent NRI and first dual citizen Iftekhar Shareef, a native Telanganite, stated that the State has a buoyant market for lucrative investments, especially in the area of the augmentation of solar energy. He added that the business climate in Telangana is ripe with outstanding investment opportunities which provide a platform to the NRIs for serving not only the State of their origin but also to reap a healthy return on the investments. He urged all Telugu Associations, across the globe, to join hands to promote ‘Bathkamma’ festival. He also stressed on the bnecessity to take firm steps to boost Hyderabadi Urdu talent. He assured that he will play his part to vigorously promote ‘Brand Telangana’. In his brief remarks, former Mayor Ramirez Gonzalez said that he looks forward to the opportunity to visit Telangana State to advance business relationships in multiple areas. Raja Krishnamoorthi, US Congressional candidate commended Ms. Kavitha and reiterated the importance of solar energy as a key area of investment and collaboration. Keerthi Kumar Ravoori, Immediate-past FIA President presented a shawl and bouquet to Ms. Kavitha on behalf of FIA-Chicago. Leading personalities from all walks of life were present including Trustees and members of American Telugu Association (ATA), Karunakar Madhavaram, immediate Past President, ATA, Syed Rafi of Dream India Developer Group from Hyderabad, Harish Kolasani, Dr. Siraj Ahmed, Dr. Kapadia, Ajai Agnihotri, Kanti Patel, Madhav Reddy, Hanumanth Reddy, Bhailal Patel, Sanhita Agnihotri, Minhaj Akhtar, Satya Kandimalla, Dr Dharram Hanumanth Reddy. – Yahind.com
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