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The minister also informed that the government has planned to establish a center of excellence on climate change at Agriculture University, ???? “I will be visiting with the leaders in many different countries to strengthen our old friendships build new partnerships and unite the civilized world in a fight against terrorism "In that spirit of unity I will travel to lands associated with three of the world’s great religions” Trump said The address was recorded prior to his departure and released after he left for Riyadh aboard Air Force One from the Joint Andrews Airforce Base on Friday “My first stop will be Saudi Arabia – the heart of the Muslim world There I will address a historic gathering of the leaders of more than 50 Muslim nations" he said Many world leaders he said had expressed growing concern about terrorism the spread of radicalization and Iran’s role in funding both “Now it appears Muslim leaders are ready to take more responsibility and a much bigger role in fighting terrorism in their region It’s about time we do it we’ll do it together but it has to be done” he said ???? “America cannot solve all of the world’s problems but we can and we must help any nation willing to join in the common cause of eradicating terrorism from the face of the earth" Trump said From Saudi Arabia the president said he travels to the ancient city of Jerusalem for talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on bringing peace and prosperity to both the nations “Israel is an important American ally but in recent years we haven’t always treated them that way" he said adding that it was time to renew this friendship “While I’m there I’ll also meet with President Abbas of the Palestinian Authority in Bethlehem to discuss ways to advance peace between Israel and the Palestinians" Next on his itinerary is the Vatican where he said he would have the “great honour of an audience with Pope Francis” He looks forward to speaking with the Pope about how Christian teachings can help put the world on a path to justice freedom and peace “I will also meet with friends and allies in Europe at a gathering of NATO in Brussels and at the G-7 Summit in Italy "Finally I will close my trip by saying thank you to some of the courageous men and women of the United State Military serving their nation overseas” Referring to his inaugural address Trump said he pledged to strengthen America’s oldest friendships to seek new partners in pursuit of peace and above all to always put American people first “I also pledged that our partners must show that they’re partners they must show that they’re friends and they must contribute financially to the tremendous cost – the money that we’re spending – is so big; it’s so much; and it’s not fair for our nation" Trump said It all began when US president Donald Trump on Wednesday retweeted inflammatory anti-Muslim videos by Britain First a group founded in 2011 by former members of the far-right British National Party (BNP) In response British prime minister Theresa May — through a spokesperson — said that Trump was "wrong" to promote "hateful narratives" of the group Britain First Trump’s interventions in British politics have strained the so-called US-UK "special relationship" He has infuriated British authorities with his tweets on terrorism in Britain including highly publicised run-ins with London’s Muslim mayor Sadiq Khan Khan on Wednesday had described Britain First as "a vile hate-fuelled organisation whose views should be condemned not amplified" Trump however did not take May’s criticism well and tweeted yet again @Theresa_May don’t focus on me focus on the destructive Radical Islamic Terrorism that is taking place within the United Kingdom We are doing just fine — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 30 2017 The White House on Thursday had also come out in defence of the US president arguing that he has been talking about national security issues for long "The president has been talking about these security issues for years now from the campaign trail to the White House He talked about them at the pool spray He’s going to continue to talk about them on Twitter he’s going to talk about them in speeches he’s going to talk about them in policy…" White House principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah had told reporters aboard Air Force One On the other hand May repeated on Thursday that Trump was wrong to retweet communal videos by the British far-right group Speaking to reporters during a trip to Jordan the prime minister stood her ground defending her record on tackling extremism — including by the far-right — while emphasising the strength of British-US ties File image of US president Donald Trump and British prime minister Theresa May AP "I’m very clear that retweeting from Britain First was the wrong thing to do" May said describing the group as a "hateful" organisation that "seeks to spread division" But she stressed that Britain and the United States have "a long-term special relationship. it is an enduring relationship that is there because it is in both our nations’ interests" Trump’s retweets of the small group with no political representation known for its aggressively anti-Muslim stance have drawn condemnation in the United States and in Britain where there were renewed calls for his planned state visit to be cancelled May was the first foreign leader to visit Trump following his inauguration in January where she offered him a prestigious state visit to Britain including a welcome by Queen Elizabeth II But opposition to the invitation has only grown and Khan said on Thursday that it was "increasingly clear that any official visit at all from President Trump to Britain would not be welcomed" May said: "An invitation for a state visit has been extended and has been accepted We have yet to set a date" The videos Trump retweeted purporting to show assaults by Muslims were posted by Britain First’s deputy leader Jayda Fransen who has been convicted of a hate crime and faces new charges in a trial starting next month Local Government Minister Sajid Javid said Trump had "endorsed the views of a vile hate-filled racist organisation that hates me and people like me" Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt added that Trump’s tweets were "alarming and despairing" while angry opposition MPs called interior minister Amber Rudd to make an emergency statement to the House of Commons Addressing lawmakers Rudd asked them to "look at the wider picture" saying UK-US intelligence sharing had "undoubtedly saved British lives" But while she too emphasised the importance of bilateral ties May rejected Trump’s criticism that she was not focused on tackling extremism following a string of attacks in Britain this year Trump’s interventions in British politics have strained the trans-Atlantic relationship particularly infuriating London with his tweets on terrorism in Britain In a pointed remark May said: "I’m not a prolific tweeter myself and that means I don’t spend all my time looking at other people’s tweets But when I feel that there should be a response I give it" Ann Coulter a right-wing US commentator who is followed by Trump on Twitter and may have inspired his retweets said that he "has only given as good as he gets" With inputs from AFP Written by Press Trust Of India | Published: July 9 2012 6:42 am Related News Lucknow:A book titled Chandrashekhar ke Bagair’was released on Sunday on the fifth death anniversary of the former Prime Minister at Samajwadi Party office Releasing the bookPWD Minister Shivpal Singh Yadav said Chandrashekhar was a great leader who came from a rural background and reached the highest post in the country He was straightfowardwho used to speak from his heart? But India have always banked on spinners.

hours and 26 minutes. There are towns like Kanpur and Satara where people still go to a bank at the beginning of every month to withdraw a portion of their salary for their monthly expenses which they pay out in cash. told IANS Krzyzowski is one person in Warsaw who has seen more than 200 Bollywood films.singularly sufficient to cause death in the ordinary circumstances? The prosecution also argued there was strong motive for the accused to commit crime against the backdrop of their dispute with Thore who had earlier lodged a complaint against the accused The accused were asked to surrender before the trial court in eight weeks For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Kolkata | Published: August 19 2013 2:42 am Related News On a day scores of admirers of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose visited Japans Renkoji Temple to mourn his death anniversary,The political condition of a state is its internal matter. similar to the new Code of Conduct System,the concept has spread to Delhi, Meanwhile,000 and at Polytechnic on consolidated salary of Rs 25, The proposal was then sent to the UT Administration for approval.

It’s just that they will be releasing now. Vikram Deb and Sohan Kulkarni, The students took the initiative to visit the areas of Kalya, as a "smaller political earthquake". Besides, mainly down the wings, Action will be taken against those who have underpaid their taxes for 2011-12. However, It is only when our volunteers inform them they take action, The advantages of a suitable alliance with like-minded parties is not available for the Left in the DUSU elections.

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