"Prime Minister Modi went to Pakistan to attend Sharif's birthday celebration".
What he was referring to is the stalled trial in a Rawalpindi anti-terrorism court. He was trying to become a hero by acknowledging that.
Ousted PM was disqualified from holding public office for life by Pakistan Supreme Court over corruption allegations a year ago. "Explain it to me", he asked, in a clear reference to the Mumbai killings blamed on 10 Pakistani terrorists. Till today, India is not in any type of talking terms with Pakistan.
"Our narrative is not being accepted".
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While he left the decision to the high command, the chief minister told reporters that it will be hard to impose any leader. In 2005, the former prime minister had sacked the Karnataka CM from the party after which Siddaramaiah joined the Congress.
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Besides India, the US, Russia, the UK, France, Italy, Thailand and China operate a total of 18 aircraft carriers. The carrier was launched - moved into the water - in April a year ago , the China Daily reported.
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There was another Ebola outbreak in the D.R.C. last year, also in a remote area, the province of Bas-Uélé. There have been two confirmed cases of the virus and 17 deaths, the health ministry said on Tuesday.
Pakistan's Supreme Court in February ordered that Sharif be removed as head of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), six months after the court disqualified him as the country's leader over unreported income.
He also blamed the government, saying that the country can't run on three parallel government, and that it should be one body to govern the people of the country.
On November 26, 2008, 10 Pakistani terrorists came to Mumbai via the sea route and unleashed havoc on hapless victims, a lot of them Indians, while some were Americans and Israelis, at different places - CST railway station, Taj Hotel, Trident Hotel, Leopold Cafe and Chabad House. India has provided substantial proof to Pakistan of its homegrown terrorist group Lakshar-e- Toiba of having orchestrated the mayhem - with the help of its intelligence agency, the ISI - in Mumbai on November 26, 2008, which left 166 people dead.
In an interview to an english daily, dawn, in Pakistan Nawaz Sharief was candid enough to admit that the horrific attacks were conspired and planned in Pakistan.
News reporter Murtaza Ali Shah wrote on Twitter, "Nawaz Sharif didn't utter a word against Army in his interview but Imran Khan says NS trying to defame Pakistan Army to please foreign forces". A number of Pakistani witnesses - both official and civilian - have testified and provided evidence against the seven accused, but the Pakistani authorities have been insisting on questioning Indian witnesses for reaching a verdict in the case. It must stop. There can be only one government, which has been elected through the constitutional process.