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2 Chinese nationals arrested in Bihar for liquor consumption
PATNA, June 18 (Agencies): Two Chinese nationals were arrested in a drunken state for violating the liquor ban in force in Bihar, the police said on Monday. The arrests took place on Sunday night. "We have launched a probe to find out how they got the liquor," Patna Senior Superintendent of Police Manu Maharaj said. The two were associated with the Chinese mobile phone company Oppo. Meanwhile, Oppo India said it had "deep regard and respect for the laws of the land". "The actions by the employees in question were undertaken in their personal capacities and in no way represent the company's views or intentions," a company statement said. "We are cooperating with the local authorities to ensure that the investigation can be done smoothly and will provide all possible information required...
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Indians with advanced degree may have to wait 150 years for green card in US: Report
Washington, Jun 16 (Agencies): Indians with advanced degrees may have to wait for over 150 years for a green card which authorises them to live and work in the US permanently, according to projections by a think-tank. The new calculation on the Green card wait period by Cato Institute, a Washington-based think-tank, comes after the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently released number of applicants for such cards. The calculation is based on the number of green card issuances in 2017. As of April 20, 2018, there were 632,219 Indian immigrants and their spouses and minor children waiting for green cards also known as legal permanent residency cards. The shortest wait is for the highest skilled category for EB-1 immigrants with "extraordinary ability". EB stands for...
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UNHRC to decide action on rights chief's call on Kashmir violations
UNITED NATIONS, Jun 15(Agencies): Members of the UN Human Rights Council will decide on the future course of action on the human rights chief's call for a high-level independent international probe into allegations of human rights violations in Kashmir and PAK, a spokesperson for UN chief Antonio Guterres has said. Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General Farhan Haq's remarks came following the launch of the first UN human rights report on Kashmir and Pakistan-Administered-Kashmir (PAK). "This, as you know, is a question for the member States of the Human Rights Council. The High Commissioner, High Commissioner Zeid, has made that proposal to the Human Rights Council. And we will see and evaluate what the response will be," Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General Farhan Haq told re...
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US hopes for 'major' N. Korea disarmament by 2020: Mike Pompeo
SEOUL, June 14 (Agencies): The US hopes to see "major disarmament" of nuclear-armed North Korea by the end of President Donald Trump's first term in 2020, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday in Seoul. Speaking the day after an unprecedented summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Pompeo told reporters negotiations on Pyongyang's atomic arsenal could move forward quickly and would take place "most certainly in the president's first term." "Major disarmament... We're hopeful that we can achieve that in the two and half years," he said, adding that there is "a lot of work left to do". At the first-ever meeting between sitting leaders of the US and North Korea on Tuesday in Singapore, Trump and Kim pledged in a joint statement to work toward the "complete den...
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Pak summons Indian diplomat over 'ceasefire violations'
ISLAMABAD, Jun 13 (Agencies): Pakistan today summoned India's acting deputy high commissioner and condemned the alleged "unprovoked ceasefire violations" by Indian troops across the Line of Control which resulted in the death of a civilian. The acting director general (South Asia and SAARC) summoned the commissioner and "condemned the unprovoked ceasefire violations" by Indian forces yesterday in Chirikot Sector, the Foreign Office (FO) said. The firing resulted in the killing of one civilian in Trothi village. “The Indian forces along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary have continuously been targetting civilian populated areas,” Pakistan said. “In 2018, the Indian forces carried out more than 1100 ceasefire violations along the Line of Control and the Working Boundary, resu...
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