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World War 2 bomb forces mass evacuation in central Berlin
BERLIN, Apr 20 (Agencies): The planned disposal of an unexploded World War II bomb Friday will force a mass evacuation around Berlin`s central railway station and likely spark transport chaos in the German capital. Trains, trams, buses and even some flights at the city`s Tegel airport will be halted when a police bomb squad starts defusing the British 500-kilogramme (1,100-pound) bomb unearthed on a building site. Authorities have declared an exclusion zone with an 800 metre (875 yards) radius around the site located just north of the central railway station, a transport hub that on a normal day is used by 300,000 passengers. The exclusion zone covers the train station, an army hospital, the economy ministry, an art gallery and a museum as well as part of the BND intelligence service`s...
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Protest held over detention of Scots Sikh Jagtar Singh Johal in India
LONDON, Apr 19 (Agencies): Supporters of Jagtar Singh Johal - a Scottish Sikh who was detained in India on charges of aiding and abetting murder - staged a protest which coincided with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's London vist on Wednesday. Demanding Johal's release, the protestors said that the charges against him were false. Johal, 31, from Dunbarton in Scotland, has been in a Punjab jail since he was arrested by the state's police in November last year for his alleged role in targeted killings in the state. The BBC reported on Wednesday that supporters organised a mass protest claiming that he was innocent and that he should be released immediately. Many even claimed that he had limited access to a strong legal team and was being kept in testing conditions. The same report also said...
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Tried for an hour to inform Pak first about surgical strike but they were afraid to take call : Modi
PM Narendra Modi interacts with the members of the Indian community, at ‘Bharat Ki Baat, Sabke Saath’ programme, at Westminster, London
LONDON, Apr 19 (Agencies): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said India had waited for an hour to inform Pakistan first about the 2016 surgical strike. The Prime Minister is currently visiting the United Kingdom (UK), where he will also participate in the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in from April 19-20. Answering a question on surgical strike while interacting with the Indian community at a townhall called 'Bharat ki Baat, Sabke Saath' at London's iconic Central Hall Westminster, Modi said: "Since 11 in the morning, we were trying to contact them over the phone but they were afraid and wouldn't take our call. I had instructed our officers to tell the Pakistani army that we did it. We did not hide it. At noon, they answered the call. We told them." "Some cowards attacked ...
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Pak hits back at India over Sikh pilgrims row, calls New Delhi’s move ‘ironic’
ISLAMABAD, Apr 16 (Agencies): A day after India lodged protest with Islamabad over blocking of access of visiting Sikh pilgrims to Indian diplomats in the country, Pakistan has reacted angrily terming the move as “ironic”. Pakistan-based Dawn News quoted country’s Foreign Office spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal as saying that India had on two occasions in 2018 denied visas to Pakistani pilgrims. A statement attributed to Faisal said, “It is ironic for the government of India to accuse Pakistan of violating the 1974 Protocol on Visits to Religious Shrines, whereas it is the Indian government that has, in clear violation of the protocol, twice within this year denied visas to Pakistani pilgrims on occasions of Urs of Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya and Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti Ajmeri and scuttled at ...
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Over 100 missiles fired at Syria in US-led strikes, Russia warns of 'consequences'
SYRIA, Apr 14 (Agencies): The US and its allies fired more than 100 cruise missiles at Syria, a significant number of which were intercepted by Syrian air defences, the Russian defence ministry said Saturday. "More than 100 cruise missiles and air-to-land missiles were fired by the US, Britain and France from the sea and air at Syrian military and civilian targets," the ministry said in a statement quoted by RIA Novosti news agency. It added that "a significant number" were shot down by Syrian air defences. The Russian defence ministry also said Saturday that none of the Western strikes in Syria had hit areas covered by Russia`s air defences around its air base and naval facility. "Not one of the cruise missiles released by the US and its allies entered the zone of responsibility of Rus...
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