The treaty has worked despite three wars between the two countries since 1947. "We would like to see it stop", the U.S. president asserted, in a response to a question at the Oval office. We want to see it just stop. "We are very much involved in that (process)", Trump told reporters at the Oval Office.
The IPL will not have an opening ceremony this year after the Committee of Administrators (CoA) running Indian cricket Friday made a decision to allocate the money set aside for it to the families of the CRPF personnel killed in the Pulwama terror attack. Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammed claimed responsibility for the attack.
"India is looking at something very strong". The country just lost nearly 50 people. "I can understand that too", Trump said, adding that his administration was talking to authorities in both countries. "We are in talks with government on scheduled India-Pakistan clash in World Cup".
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Some media reports, citing anonymous sources, said that more than 100 people had died and the exact number was still being verified by authorities.
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In presenting the restructuring plan, Hachigo stressed that Honda was striving to adjust to a fast changing global industry. The factory now makes the Honda Civic and is capable of producing as many as 150,000 of the cars a year, CNN reported.
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As The Jerusalem Post noted, "Iran's radical sharia law system prescribes the death penalty for gay sex". He is slated to head the White House's campaign to decriminalize homosexuality in dozens of countries.
But in a statement legendary Indian batsman Tendulkar said he would rather India had the opportunity to stretch their unbeaten World Cup record against Pakistan when the teams meet at Old Trafford on June 16.
"We will place our concerns against Pakistan in ICC forums", he said, before sharing copy of the mail sent to the International Cricket Council (ICC).
The move came a day after Pakistani PM Imran Khan directed the interior ministry and security institutions to accelerate action against extremist outfits in the country, following a meeting of the National Security Committee (NSC), Pakistan's top civil-military body tasked to make crucial decisions on security and foreign affairs.
The Trump administration a year ago cut off $300m in military aid to Pakistan, saying that Islamabad has not done enough to fight armed rebels at home or close safe havens for fighters in neighbouring Afghanistan. "I ended that payment because they were not helping us in the way they should have", Trump said.