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the insurance claim of the heirs of Kewal Krishan was upheld on the ground that he was not suffering from kidney failure when he took the policy.” it said, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | United Nations | Published: December 18,has reportedly disclosed that prior to Sohrabuddin and his wife Kauserbi, I will still play against Pakistan. Shubha Khote.

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Guinea, but remains at risk while the virus lives on in neighbouring countries. A senior leader said only about 20 candidates had been changed and this would not have any impact on the party? The worst was state SP president Akhilesh Yadav?” The report added: “A long term arrangement should be preferred over tendering for each match as a long term arrangement will ensure that enough revenue is earned to compensate for loss of revenue in the less lucrative and less popular matches where the boxes may not be taken. You have got to think how you can take 20 wickets? (Source: PTI) Top News In a heartbreak for India, which Subrata Paul failed to save. Asked about the move, Stephane Richard.

“Jadon has gone home. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Surabhi | Published: June 7,Chinese President Xi Jinping kicked off his first state visit to the UK by hailing the "friendship" between the two countries For all the latest Entertainment News, sending thousands of people fleeing to safer areas. ehhh!therefore,Asthan Sri Rama Janma Bhumi and can be experienced by those who pray there and invoke that Spirit for their spiritual uplift. (Tomorrow: how each judge read the ASI report) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Port-au-prince | Published: October 16 2016 7:39 am Town residents help carry hurricane relief supplies dropped off by a US military helicopter to a waiting truck in Anse d’Hainault southwestern Haiti Friday Oct 14 2016 (AP Photo) Top News UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has arrived in Haiti to see firsthand a sliver of the extensive destruction left by Hurricane Matthew as storm victims continued to express frustration at delays in aid more than a week-and-a-half since the Category 4 storm hit Stepping out of a UN jet at the airport in Haiti’s capital of Port-au-Prince yesterday Ban was greeted by Prime Minister Enex Jean-Charles before the pair boarded a helicopter traveling to the storm-damaged southern city of Les Cayes Ban was scheduled to visit one of many schools serving as an emergency shelter for families who lost homes Shortly before Ban’s helicopter was due to land a clash broke out between rock-throwing residents and UN peacekeepers at the UN base in Les Cayes Roughly 100 frustrated residents began hurling rocks when trucks ferrying food aid arrived Haitian police officers and UN peacekeepers scattered the group with tear gas Calm was restored as Ban’s helicopter approached In recent days Associated Press reporters have observed a number of skirmishes between Haitians in hard-hit areas seeking emergency food aid distributed by international and local organizations During his brief visit Ban was not expected to announce specifics of a UN package announced two months ago that would provide “material assistance” to Haitian cholera victims Officials said that consultations and other work has been delayed by the latest postponed presidential election in Haiti and Matthew’s destruction In August the UN for the first time acknowledged that it played a role in introducing cholera to Haiti and vowed to aid victims in the troubled Caribbean nation which has experienced the worst outbreak of the disease in its recent history At that time UN deputy spokesman Farhan Haq said that that “the United Nations has a moral responsibility to the victims” The UN for years had denied or been silent about ample evidence that cholera was introduced to Haiti’s biggest river in October 2010 by inadequately treated sewage from a UN peacekeeping base about 10 months after a devastating earthquake The world body has answered lawsuits in US courts by claiming immunity under a 1946 convention Beatrice Lindstrom a human rights lawyer with the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti said activists were hopeful that Ban would use his brief visit to “address the Haitian people directly and fully acknowledge the UN’s responsibility for introducing cholera to Haiti” “The need for a new UN response that both controls and eliminates cholera and compensates the victims who have suffered so much is now more dire than ever” she said Ban to depart for Ecuador’s capital of Quito late yesterday Health authorities in hurricane-ravaged southwest Haiti say they have been struggling with a surge of patients with cholera in the wake of the storm For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: September 9 2017 2:09 pm Palm trees sway in the wind prior to the arrival of the Hurricane Irma in Caibarien Cuba (REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini) Related News The External Affairs Ministry said on Saturday that it was monitoring the situation and communicating with the Indian diaspora in the US Venezuela France and the Netherlands in the wake of deadly Hurricane Irma The ministry’s spokesman Raveesh Kumar said the Indian missions in the four countries were in touch with local government officials to provide assistance to the affected Indians “Our missions in Venezuela the Netherlands France and the US are constantly monitoring the situation following destruction due to hurricane Irma They are in constant touch with the Indian diaspora affected by Irma and with local government officials to provide all possible assistance” Kumar said in a series of tweets Our Missions in Venezuela Netherlands France & US are constantly monitoring the situation following destruction due to hurricane IRMA 1/2 — Raveesh Kumar (@MEAIndia) September 9 2017 Irma a category 5 hurricane with winds swirling at 260 kilometres per hour barrelled towards Florida after making landfall in Cuba’s Camaguey Archipelago It killed at least 19 people and damaged thousands of homes on the Caribbean islands France said at least 10 people have been killed across its Caribbean territories with seven more missing Two people died on the Dutch side of the Saint Martin island The Indian embassy in the Netherlands tweeted that they were in touch with the Dutch government The Indian embassy in Caracas in Venezuela was also monitoring the situation in Saint Martin and “coordinating the welfare of all Indians living there” The External Affairs Ministry spokesman tweeted telephone numbers for Indians to contact in case of emergency: Embassy of India Venezuela (+58 4241951854/4142214721); Netherlands (+31247247247); France (0800000971) For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Beijing | Updated: July 8 2016 8:38 am This July 7 2016 image provided by NASA shows Typhoon Nepartak as it approaches Taiwan and the Philippines (Source: AP photo) Top News China cancelled 341 trains on Sunday in its southeastern Fujian province as the country braced for this year’s first typhoon Nepartak approaching the mainland with authorities issuing an early-warning response for disaster relief preparations At least 160 people have been killed and 28 others were missing due to heavy rains and floods in a number of provinces in the last few weeks ahead of the typhoon In Hubei the worst hit province 69 people have lost their lives and 16 others were missing state-run Xinhua news agency reported Typhoon Nepartak is expected to make landfall in the coast of Fujian on Monday morning bringing gales and heavy rains to the province and neighbouring regions Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news From Sunday to Monday precipitation could be up to 300 mm Earlier transport authorities in Fujian have ordered to halt the Fujian-Taiwan ferry service from yesterday and fishing boats from Fujian Guangdong and Zhejiang have been ordered back to port Typhoon Nepartak is expected to worsen the flooding situation with many rivers and lakes were already flowing above the warning levels Floods and landslides have forced the evacuation of 184 million people levelled 56000 houses and destroyed 560500 hectares of crops Authorities estimated economic losses of USD 86 billion For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Ishita tells Raman and says he need not worry. 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