India did better under UPA, says Chidambaram targeting Modi govt on economy; BJP hits back


नई दिल्ली: पूर्व वित्त मंत्री पी. चिदंबरम ने दावा किया कि कांग्रेस की अगुवाई वाली यूपीए-1 और यूपीए-2 सरकारों के समय देश ने किसी एक दशक में सबसे ऊंची आर्थिक वृद्धि दर्ज की. साथ ही उन्होंने मौजूदा राष्ट्रीय जनतांत्रिक गठबंधन (राजग) सरकार पर तंज कसते हुए कहा कि एक नहीं तीन-तीन वित्त मंत्री अर्थव्यवस्था संभाल रहे हैं. चिदंबरम ने सांख्यिकी मंत्रालय द्वारा हाल में जारी सकल घरेलू उत्पाद (जीडीपी) के वृद्धि दर के आंकड़ों का हवाला देते हुए कहा कि यूपीए-1 सरकार के दौरान औसत वृद्धि दर 8.87 प्रतिशत थी. इस दौरान 2006-07 में वृद्धि 10.08 प्रतिशत तक गई. यूपीए- 2 के दौरान औसत वृद्धि दर 7.39 प्रतिशत रही. इसके जवाब में भाजपा ने कहा कि संप्रग सरकार के समय महंगाई और चालू खाते का घाटा बहुत ऊंचा हो गया था. मोदी सरकार ने आकर स्थिति को सुधारा.

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भाजपा प्रवक्ता संबित पात्रा ने कहा कि ये आंकड़े आधिकारिक नहीं हैं और सरकार ने अभी तक इन्हें स्वीकार नहीं किया है. चिदंबरम ने कांग्रेस मुख्यालय पर कहा कि यूपीए-1 और 2 के समय औसत वार्षिक वृद्धि 8.13 प्रतिशत रही जो किसी एक दशक में सबसे ऊंची वृद्धि दर है. इस दौरान 14 करोड़ लोगों को गरीबी की रेखा से ऊपर निकाला गया जो एक रिकॉर्ड है. मोदी सरकार पर तंज करते हुए उन्होंने कहा, ‘इस समय तीन वित्त मंत्री अर्थव्यवस्था संभाल रहे हैं. इनमें एक वास्तविक, एक औपचारिक और एक अदृश्य वित्त मंत्री हैं.’ 

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संबित पात्रा ने कहा, ‘कांग्रेस पार्टी जब कोई सफलता हासिल नहीं कर पाती है तो वह अपनी विफलता का ही जश्न मनाना शुरू कर देती है. यूपीए के कार्यकाल में मुद्रास्फीति बढ़ रही थी और वे चालू खाते के घाटे पर अंकुश नहीं लगा पाए थे. वहीं नरेंद्र मोदी सरकार के कार्यकाल में भारत दुनिया की छह सबसे बड़ी अर्थव्यवस्थाओं में शामिल हो चुका है.’  संबित पात्रा ने कहा कि मोदी सरकार के कार्यकाल में भारत ‘पांच कमजोर’ अर्थव्यवस्थाओं की श्रेणी से निकल कर निवेश के सबसे शानदार गंतव्यों में शामिल हो गया है. यूपीए-2 के समय एक निवेश बैंक ने तुर्की, ब्राजील, भारत, दक्षिण अफ्रीका और इंडोनेशिया को बड़ी उभरती अर्थव्यवस्थाओं में पांच ‘सबसे कमजोर अर्थव्यवस्थाओं’ का नाम दे रखा था.

 

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बीजेपी प्रवक्ता संबित पात्रा ने किया पलटवार.

राष्ट्रीय सांख्यिकी आयोग द्वारा गठित वास्तविक क्षेत्र के आंकड़ों पर समिति गठित की गई है. इसके द्वारा तैयार जीडीपी की नई श्रृंखला की पिछली कड़ियों के अनुमानों को सांख्यिकी एवं कार्यक्रम क्रियान्वयन मंत्रालय की वेबसाइट पर शुक्रवार को डाला गया.

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मंत्रालय ने भी आज एक बयान में कहा कि समिति की रिपोर्ट कोई ‘आधिकारिक आंकड़े नहीं हैं.’ औपचारिक अनुमान बाद में जारी किए जाएंगे. मौजूदा सरकार पर हमला बोलते हुए चिदंबरम ने कहा कि इस सरकार को विरासत में ऐसी अर्थव्यवस्था मिली थी जो तेजी से आगे बढ़ रही थी. दुर्भाग्य से पहले दो साल बाद ही सरकार लड़खड़ाने लगी और रफ्तार थमने लगी. इसकी मुख्य वजह नोटबंदी, गलत तरीके से जीएसटी का क्रियान्वयन और कर-आतंकवाद है. उन्होंने कहा कि कांग्रेस बराबरी और सामाजिक न्याय के साथ उच्च वृद्धि दर की हिमायती है. मोदी सरकार के दौर में ये तीनों बातें प्रभावित हुई हैं.

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India Targeting Hockey Gold At Asiad, Says Captain Manpreet Singh


Riding high on the runners-up performance at last month’s Champions Trophy, India hockey captain Manpreet Singh is targeting the gold medal at the upcoming Asian Games. The Indians, who had reached the Champions Trophy final at the earlier edition in 2016 as well, held formidable Australia to a 1-1 draw in the title clash of this year’s tournament before going down in the penalty shoot-out. Manpreet asserted that the confidence of his team mates are now at a high and they are looking forward to defending their title at the Asian Games which is due to be held in Indonesia from August 18. A successful title defence will also ensure an automatic spot at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

“We have only one aim. We have to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. We will only be happy with the gold, nothing less than that,” Manpreet told IANS on Friday.

The Champions Trophy was the first tournament for India coach Harendra Singh after taking over the reigns from previous incumbent Sjoerd Marijne.

While he admitted that Marijne’s ideas left a strong imprint on the team, Manpreet was confident that Harendra’s approach of letting the Indians play their natural aggressive style will produce results over the long term.

“He is a good coach with a positive attitude. Every coach has his own approach and tactics. We have to play according to his ideas,” the midfielder said.

“Every coach wants to utilise the natural ability of Indians which is attacking hockey. Every coach wants to keep this as a strong point and works on this aspect,” he added.

“Counter attack is a strong point of the Indian team due to our speed. So all the coaches who have come have always worked on this feature of our game.”

The 26-year-old also said that the Indians are focussing on improving their fitness and penalty corner conversion.

“Preparations are going on well. We are focussing more on our fitness and our finishing. We are also paying a lot of attention to penalty corner conversion,” Manpreet said.

“We analyse every team. We try to ensure that whatever mistakes we commit is not repeated,” he added.

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Look Who’s Talking, Says Congress Leader, On AAP Targeting Rahul Gandhi


AAP had conditioned its support in the Rajya Sabha election on a personal request from Rahul Gandhi.

New Delhi: 

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi has so far been silent on the combative words from  Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party. But today his party colleague Sharmistha Mukherjee  picked up cudgels on his behalf and took out AAP, saying its “boycott” of the Rajya Sabha deputy chairman elections has only helped the BJP. Mr Kejriwal has been at loggerheads with the Centre and Prime Minister Narendra Modi since his party swept to power in 2015. But the abstention of his three lawmakers from today’s voting not only pulled down the opposition score but helped the government by lowering the majority mark.

“AAP says ‘politics does not run on ego’. Indeed! That’s why @ArvindKejriwal is sulking & decided to abstain from voting in RS, helping BJP,” tweeted Sharmistha Mukherjee, daughter of former president Pranab Mukherjee.

AAP had made its support to opposition candidate BK Hariprasad conditional – they wanted Mr Gandhi to dial Mr Kejriwal and seek his help. When that call did not come, the deeply upset party declared that it will stay out of the election. Accusing the Congress of discourtesy, party leader Sanjay Singh said, “If Rahul Gandhi can hug Narendra Modi, why cannot he ask Arvind Kejriwal for support to his party’s candidate”.

Ms Mukherjee, a spokesperson of the party’s Delhi unit, tweeted:

The reference was to the Mr Kejriwal’s unthinkable declaration in Delhi assembly in June that he was ready to campaign for the BJP in 2019 if Delhi was given full statehood.

The strained relation between the Congress and AAP has its roots in the 2011 anti-corruption movement, when AAP was not formed and Mr Kejriwal and his close colleagues were aides of Anna Hazare, who led the movement. It was one of the factors that had hugely discredited the UPA government and helped the BJP win in 2014 general elections.

In 2013, AAP formed the government in Delhi with Congress support, but after 49 days, Mr Kejriwal stepped down, accusing the Congress of allying with the BJP and blocking the Jan Lokpal bill.

During Mr Kejriwal’s face off with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, he received messages of support and encouragement from most opposition parties. But there was none from the Congress. Delhi Congress chief Ajay Maken dismissed Mr Kejriwal’s sit-in protest at the LG’s house as “drama”.





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President Donald Trump Accuses Twitter Of Targeting Republicans, Offers No Evidence


Twitter’s policy change led to Donald Trump’s losing more than 200,000 of its 53 million followers.

Washington: 

U.S. President Donald Trump accused Twitter Inc on Thursday of restricting the visibility of prominent Republicans on its platform, without providing evidence, and he promised to investigate.

“Twitter ‘SHADOW BANNING’ prominent Republicans. Not good. We will look into this discriminatory and illegal practice at once!” the Republican president wrote in a Twitter post.

The practice involves limiting the visibility of a user in search results, specifically in the auto-populated dropdown search box on Twitter.

Trump’s comments followed a Vice news report on Wednesday that Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel and other Republicans including Donald Trump Jr’s spokesman were being “shadow banned.”

“The notion that social media companies would suppress certain political points of view should concern every American. Twitter owes the public answers to what’s really going on,” McDaniel wrote on Twitter.

Twitter did not have a comment on Trump’s tweet but a spokesperson said the company does not “shadow ban.”

“We are aware that some accounts are not automatically populating in our search box, and we’re shipping a change to address this,” the spokesperson said in a statement.” Twitter said the technology used is based on user behavior not political views.

Twitter instituted a policy change on July 12 to increase the service’s credibility and reduce suspected fraud. That change cost its 100 most popular users about 2 percent of their followers, on average, according to social media data firm Keyhole.

The change cost former President Barack Obama 2 million followers by the morning after the change and singers Katy Perry and Justin Bieber each lost 3 million, The Washington Post reported, citing analytics company Twitter Counter.

The report said Trump’s account lost more than 200,000 of its 53 million followers.

Twitter shares, already lower in premarket trading after Facebook Inc’s disappointing earnings late Wednesday damped enthusiasm for technology and social media stocks, dipped a bit further and volume rose slightly after Trump’s tweet at 7:46 a.m. The stock was last down 3.2 percent.

© Thomson Reuters 2018

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Prince Harry Joins Elton John To Launch HIV Campaign Targeting Men


It is time there was a global coalition to teach men to protect themselves, Elton John said.

Amsterdam, Netherlands: 

Britain’s Prince Harry joined pop star Elton John on Tuesday to launch a campaign to raise HIV awareness among men, warning that “dangerous complacency” about the virus threatened the quest to wipe it out.

The billion-dollar project “MenStar” will target men living with or at risk of HIV in sub-Saharan Africa, which has been ravaged by AIDS since the 1980s.

“The MenStar coalition is bravely tackling the root cause of this problem – the lack of awareness of HIV prevention amongst hard-to-reach young men,” Harry said at the 22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam.

Speaking at the launch, which also featured South African actress Charlize Theron and Ndaba Mandela, the grandson of late President Nelson Mandela, Elton John said: “If we want to end AIDS once and for all, we must make men part of the solution.”

Around 36.7 million people around the world have HIV, according to 2016 figures cited by the United Nations’ HIV/AIDS body UNAIDS. Fewer than half of men living with HIV receive treatment compared with 60 percent of women, it said.

“It is time there was a global coalition to teach men to protect themselves. And in doing so, it will teach them to better protect not only their wives and girlfriends, their sisters and daughters, but also, critically, their brothers and their sons,” the British singer said.

UNAIDS said this month that the fight against HIV/AIDS was “slipping off track” and while deaths were falling and treatment rates rising, rates of new HIV infections threatened to derail efforts to defeat the disease.

Prince Harry said the campaign launch came at “a time when new energetic and innovative solutions are needed more than ever before”.

“MenStar” is supported by the U.S. government’s PEPFAR programme for tackling HIV/AIDS and by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Experts at the conference hope for the elimination of AIDS worldwide by 2030, but the United Nations warned last Wednesday of a funding gap of £4.6 billion that threatens efforts.

© Thomson Reuters 2018

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Mamata Banerjee Accuses BJP Of Targeting Mother Teresa’s Missionaries Of Charity


“The Sisters are being targeted,” Mamata Banerjee said. (File)

Kolkata: 

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today accused the BJP of targeting the Mother Teresa-founded Missionaries of Charity (MoC) and maligning it.

Her accusation followed the arrests of a sister of the order and a woman staffer of ‘Nirmal Hriday’, a shelter home run by it, in Ranchi last week for allegedly selling a child born to a minor inmate to a couple from Uttar Pradesh.

“Mother Teresa herself set up Missionaries of Charity. And now they are also not being spared. Malicious attempts to malign their name. The Sisters are being targeted. #BJP want to spare no one. Highly condemnable. Let MOC continue to do their work for the poorest of the poor (sic),” she tweeted.

Later when reporters asked her to comment about the allegations against Missionaries of Charity, Banerjee said, “If any individual committed some mistake you can take action, but you (BJP) cannot say Missionaries of Charity is bad.”

Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das has ordered a probe by the Jharkhand State Child Protection Commission into the incident.

Police had yesterday rescued one more child, also allegedly sold by the Ranchi shelter home, from Jharkhand’s Simdega district taking the total number of rescued children to three.

“Of the four children allegedly sold (by the shelter home), the third child was rescued today from Simdega. A few people have been detained for questioning in this regard,” Ranchi Senior Superintendent of Police Anis Gupta had said adding the search for the fourth child was on.

Chairperson of Ranchi unit of Child Welfare Committee (CWC), Rupa Verma, had filed a complaint against ‘Nirmal Hriday’ staffer Anima Indwar for allegedly selling an infant boy to the couple from Uttar Pradesh.

‘Nirmal Hriday’ provides shelter to girls rescued through the CWC.

Following this, the CWC shifted 22 children from ‘Nirmal Hriday’ and ‘Shishu Niketan’, also run by the order. The shelter home was also sealed.

The Missionaries of Charity headquarters in Kolkata had issued a statement last week saying it would take necessary action to find out the truth.

“We are shocked at such news, which totally goes against the value and ethics espoused by the Missionaries of Charity, the nuns and its founder. The MoC is looking into the allegations against the accused employees in Jharkhand with all seriousness,” Sunita Kumar, a spokesperson of the foundation, had said.

Ms Kumar had also said that the Missionaries of Charity had stopped putting up children for adoption three years ago. 





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Donald Trump Favors Tougher Investment Oversight, Stops Short Of Targeting China


Trump didn’t single out China, supported broader measures that would apply to any country (File)

Washington: 

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he supported tougher restrictions on foreign investment in sensitive technology, as well as export controls on those goods, but he stopped short of imposing specific restrictions on China.

Following a report that raised “very serious issues” on China’s trade and investment practices, Trump decided a plan in Congress to enhance the powers of the so-called Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) was “the best approach to protect critical technology.”

In a statement, Trump said that if Congress fails to pass strong enough legislation to protect “the crown jewels of American technology and intellectual property” then he will take further action.

After a year-long investigation into China’s trade policies, the White House on May 29 said it planned to announce “specific investment restrictions and enhanced export controls” by June 30 targeting China’s efforts to acquire “industrially significant technology.”

However, Trump backed away from singling out China and instead supported broader measures that would apply to any country.

The House of Representatives and the Senate have each approved a bill to boost the authority of CFIUS, an interagency body that reviews potential foreign investment, to broaden the types of deals subject to oversight.

Now the two chambers will have to reconcile them into a single bill for Trump to sign.

Trump said the legislation would offer “additional tools to combat the predatory investment practices that threaten our critical technology leadership, national security, and future economic prosperity.”

China on Thursday said it was closely following the bill and that countries should be liberalizing policies to attract investment.

“We do not support tightening foreign investment requirements on the grounds of national security,” said commerce ministry spokesman Gao Feng.

Clamping down on investment

Even the hint of a possible CFIUS review can kill a potential investment and the committee has blocked Chinese investment in semiconductors and targeted Russian nuclear investment. Analysts worry the talk of tighter oversight will discourage investment that benefits the US economy.

According to the Rhodium Group, a research firm, Chinese investment in the United States fell 35 percent in 2017 from the record $45.6 billion in 2016, and has slowed to a trickle, just $1.4 billion in the first quarter of this year.

Gao noted Chinese companies have concerns about the stability of policies in the US.

“Capital votes with its feet,” Gao told a press briefing.  

Trump also instructed the Commerce Department to look at new export controls to “further ensure a robust defense of American technology and intellectual property.”

The White House may have been prompted to step back from tough restrictions on China after stock markets dropped sharply and as experts warned that strong action against Beijing could open US firms up to severe retaliation.

Industry officials and trade experts applauded the decision to refrain from going after China specifically.

“It is a welcome surprise given the other signals” from the administration, said Jake Colvin, vice president of the National Foreign Trade Council.

The CFIUS reform in Congress “was the result of extensive process of stakeholder engagement,” Colvin told AFP. So allowing the legislative effort to continue is the “proper path to focus on right now, rather than specific China restrictions.”  

Not going soft on China

Still, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin dismissed the idea the administration was going soft on China.

“For those who want to say it’s us being weak on China, the answer is no,” he said.

And analysts pointed to comments from White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow warning that tougher action on China was still being contemplated.

“The president is unsatisfied with their response on trade talks and so he put out there the possibility of additional tariffs,” Kudlow told reporters. “The ball is in their court.”

Trump’s trade measures were prompted by US complaints over Chinese policies that Washington said either forced companies to relinquish key technology or allowed China to steal it outright.

Trump announced 25 percent import tariffs on hundreds of Chinese products to pressure the country to alter its practices. Those tariffs are due to take effect July 6.

US officials have highlighted Beijing’s “Made in China 2025” industrial development plan as a source of concern, since they say it is a map for dominating significant high-tech industries from space to telecommunications, robotics, and electric cars.

After days of declines and increased volatility amid fears of a worsening trade war, US stocks rallied early in the session but reversed course around midday to close with sharp declines once again, despite the more optimistic sentiment in European markets, which closed higher.

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Trump Favors Tougher Investment Oversight, Stops Short Of Targeting China


Donald Trump supports tougher restrictions on foreign goods but stopped short on Chinese restrictions

Washington: 

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday said he supported tougher restrictions on foreign investment in sensitive technology, as well as export controls on those goods, but he stopped short of imposing specific restrictions on China.

Following a report that raised “very serious issues” on China’s trade and investment practices, Trump decided a plan in Congress to enhance the powers of the so-called Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) was “the best approach to protect critical technology.”

In a statement, Trump said that if Congress fails to pass strong enough legislation to protect “the crown jewels of American technology and intellectual property” then he will take further action.

After a year-long investigation into China’s trade policies, the White House on May 29 said it planned to announce “specific investment restrictions and enhanced export controls” by June 30 targeting China’s efforts to acquire “industrially significant technology.”

However, Trump backed away from singling out China and instead supported broader measures that would apply to any country.

The House of Representatives on Tuesday approved a bill to boost the authority of CFIUS, an interagency body that reviews potential foreign investment and is led by Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and to broaden the types of deals subject to oversight.

The Senate Banking Committee also approved a version of the reform, so the two chambers will have to reconcile them into a single bill for Trump to sign.

Trump said the legislation would offer “additional tools to combat the predatory investment practices that threaten our critical technology leadership, national security, and future economic prosperity.”

– Clamping down on investment –

Even the hint of a possible CFIUS review can kill a potential investment and the committee has blocked Chinese investment in semiconductors and the oil industry but also has targeted Russian nuclear investment, and a Dubai takeover of a US port operator.

According to the Rhodium Group, a research firm, Chinese investment in the United States fell 35 percent in 2017 from the record $45.6 billion in 2016, and has slowed to a trickle, just $1.4 billion in the first quarter of this year.

Trump also instructed the Commerce Department to look at new export controls to “further ensure a robust defense of American technology and intellectual property.”

Leading agencies will work with US allies “to combat harmful technology transfer and intellectual property theft,” Trump said.

The White House may have been prompted to step back from tough restrictions on China after stock markets dropped sharply and as experts warned that strong action against Beijing could open US firms up to severe retaliation.

Still, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin dismissed the idea the administration was going soft on China.

“For those who want to say it’s us being weak on China, the answer is no,” he said. “But on the other hand, this is not intended to target China. The president felt very strongly that we should be protecting technology no matter who we are dealing with.”

Even so, the measures were prompted by US complaints over Chinese policies that Washington said either forced companies to relinquish key technology or steal it outright.

Trump announced 25 percent import tariffs on hundreds of Chinese products to pressure the country to alter its practices. Those tariffs are due to take effect July 6.

US officials have highlighted Beijing’s “Made in China 2025” industrial development plan as a source of concern, since they say it is a map for dominating significant high-tech industries from space to telecommunications, robotics, and electric cars.

After days of declines and increased volatility amid fears of a worsening trade war, US stocks rallied, with the benchmark Dow Jones Industrial Average up 0.9 percent shortly after 1400 GMT, echoing the more optimistic sentiment in European markets.

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US Supreme Court upholds Trumps travel ban targeting Muslim-majority countries


वाशिंगटन: अमेरिकी सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने राष्ट्रपति डोनाल्ड ट्रंप द्वारा कुछ देशों पर लगाए गए यात्रा प्रतिबंध को जायज ठहराया और उन दावों को खारिज कर दिया कि यह मुस्लिमों के साथ भेदभाव करने वाला है. यात्रा प्रतिबंध के दायरे में आने वाले अधिकतर मुस्लिम देश हैं. फैसले को ट्रंप प्रशासन की एक बड़ी जीत माना जा रहा है. ट्रंप ने ट्वीट कर इसकी जानकारी देते हुए अपना रिऐक्शन ‘वॉव’ लिखकर जाहिर किया है.

 


यह भी पढ़ें : ट्रंप प्रशासन ने सुप्रीम कोर्ट से यात्रा प्रतिबंध को बहाल करने की अपील की

अदालत द्वारा चार जजों के मुकाबले पांच जजों के बहुमत वाला यह फैसला ट्रंप प्रशासन की किसी नीति पर पहला ठोस फैसला है. मुख्य न्यायाधीश जॉन रॉबर्ट्स ने बहुमत का फैसला लिखा, जिसमें चार अन्य न्यायाधीशों की सहमति भी शामिल थी. रॉबर्ट्स ने लिखा कि राष्ट्रपति के पास आव्रजन के नियमन की पर्याप्त शक्ति है. उन्होंने इस कानून को चुनौती देने वालों की यह दलील खारिज कर दी कि इसकी भावना मुस्लिम विरोधी है.


यह भी पढ़ें : अमेरिका के बाद कुवैत ने लगाई पाकिस्तान समेत 5 मुस्लिम देशों के वीजा पर पाबंदी

टिप्पणियां


उन्होंने हालांकि सावधानीपूर्वक सामान्य रूप से आव्रजन और खास तौर पर मुसलमानों को लेकर ट्रंप के भड़काउ बयानों का समर्थन नहीं किया. रॉबर्ट्स ने लिखा, ‘हम नीति की गंभीरता को लेकर कोई राय व्यक्त नहीं कर रहे. 

(इनपुट : भाषा)





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