Saturday, December 22, 2007

Indian Air force Jet crashes,Pilots ejects and safe

Indian Air Force jet trainer aircraft crashed while taking off at Bhubaneswar Airport.

The pilot of an Indian Air Force jet trainer had a narrow escape today on Saturday as it took off it caught fire and the pilot quickly ejected himself, the sources said.

The aircraft had landed at the airport for refueling and soon caught fire as it started for onward journey.

The plane was one of the dozens of jet trainers flying from Kalaikunda airbase in West Bengal to Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Dmitry Medvedev unfazed by Criticism

"All elections are an internal affair," Medvedev

Dmitry Medvedev said he would not pay attention to any foreign criticism of next year's presidential poll as he handed in his ballot application today.

"All the decisions are taken by the people and it is before the people that the Duma (parliament) and the president are answerable, he added.
"What is there to be afraid of?" he asked.

The 42-year-old protege of Putin as required by electoral law to hand in his application for the presidential vote at the Central Election Commission by Sunday.

Last week Putin endorsed Medvedev, saying "I completely and fully support this candidacy."

Medvedev was duly approved as the candidate of the ruling United Russia party on Monday.

He is not expected to face a strong challenge, as opposition parties are under heavy Kremlin control.

Putin is obliged to stand down as the constitution forbids person from holding more than two consecutive presidential terms.

However he has said he would be ready to serve as prime minister if Medvedev was elected, a post the candidate has already offered him, prompting many to believe that Putin would be the power behind the throne.

Many other Political wizard envisage that Putin could be chairman to the ruling of pro-Kremlin alliance.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Congressional Gold Medal to Aung San Suu Kyi

Burmese Leader Aung San Suu Kyi gets highest honour - the congressional Gold Medal as the US House of Representatives has voted to award Burmese pro-democracy Leader.The bill passed 400-0, said the move was meant to send a message to Burma's military leaders. "We will continue to pressure the junta to release her and bring freedom... to the people of Burma," said Joseph Crowley, a Democrat.

Her work and dedication to the cause of freedom and individual liberty has earned her recognition throughout the world, including the Nobel Peace Prize.

"Today, the US House of Representatives showed her and the world that she has also won the hearts and minds of the US Congress."

This bill will now be referred to the US Senate, which must also back the measure.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Tymoshenko Elected Prime Minister Ukraine

Yatsenyuk's candidacy was put forth by the factions of Yulia Tymoshenko's Bloc and the Our Ukraine-People's Self-Defense Bloc. The two parties formed a majority coalition in parliament on Nov. 29.

Ukraine's elect Prime Minister Tymoshenko looked confident after she received parliament vote to approve pro-Western coalition leader Yulia Tymoshenko's return as prime minister on Tuesday.

Tymoshenko required minimum of 226 votes in the Supreme Rada of total 450 members, She attained all 156 members of her eponymous bloc in support of her nomination from the coalition of eponymous bloc and all but two of the 70 member pro-presidential Our Ukraine party.

After the latest vote, Tymoshenko said the new government would target corruption as its first priority, particularly in the areas of privatization and energy.

President Viktor Yushchenko's ally in the 2004 mass protests that brought him to power, Tymoshenko was sacked by the president after about eight months in the post in 2005 amid a series of scandals. The two reconciled their differences during coalition talks after early parliamentary elections in September.

Ukraine's Foreign Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk was elected as speaker of the new parliament on Tuesday."227 lawmakers voted for Yatseniuk," head of the parliament's Counting Commission Mikola Shershun announced.

The Party of Regions led by the president's longtime rival, acting Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych, its allies Communists and ex-speaker Volodymyr Lytvyn's bloc did not take part in the vote.

Yanukovych, who was defeated by Yushchenko in the presidential race but returned as premier in 2006 after a resounding victory in parliamentary polls, announced from the parliamentary rostrum after Tuesday's vote that his party would go into opposition.

E-mail threat to blow IGI Airport on 12 January

An Assistant manager, in charge of Security in the wings of Air India at Delhi International airport, Harish Masand said that the airline received the threat mail on the e-mail address around 11 a.m. on Saturday at a call centre of the national carrier Air India in neighbouring Gurgaon, airline sources said . The e-mail read that there will be a bomb blast explosion in Indian airports on 12 January, 2008, sources said.

CISF,Central Industrial security force a para military force in charge of International Indira Gandhi Airport, New Delhi and takes charge of security of all prominent airports in the country, has already increased the number of personnel, a senior CISF official said.

As per the reports the police at Udyog Vihar police station,Gurgoan,Haryana has registered a case and started the investigation of the matter.The e-mail source is yet to be traced.

The airport security staff is also monitoring the passengers and the activities at the airport,an attempt to prevent the Airport from any untoward incident.

PM Dr Singh airspace breached by another spacecraft

The security forces repeat lapse as that of the Parliament attack episode.PM was in Bilaspur to address a rally as part of the election campaign.Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was about to take for Palampur for addressing an election rally, Addl Superintendent of Police Bimal Bupta said.when another helicopter of Air Deccan landed in the midst of PM's copter take-off, as he also had permission to land at different time or place but because of reason best known to the piolts breached airspace of PM carrier. Police took the pilot Col K Mehta and co pilot Col S M Sehgal into custody when they landed the helicopter for picking up Congress leader R K Dhawan even as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh was about to take for Palampur for addressing an election rally, Addl Superintendent of Police Bimal Bupta said. Air Deccan,helicopter has been seized by the security forces as the crew allegedly misbehaved with security forces. A case of breaching of Prime Minister`s security has been lodged, they said. The district administration is saying that the mistake was caused by a mix up about landing timings caused by the aviation ministry. On the last day of electioneering in Himachal Pradesh, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today attacked the track record of BJP in development in the state and accused the saffron party of raising religious, caste and regional issues to cover its no-show in economic achievements. The economic progress of Himachal Pradesh had come to a halt every time BJP ruled the state since inception of the state in 1966, Singh told an election rally here.

Monday, December 17, 2007

British leave Basra to Iraqi forces

British leave Basra to Iraqi forces
Binns , Basra's governor, the Iraqi commander inked their signatures.

The British presence in and around Basra City has dwindled to virtually nothing since they withdrew from their Palace base in September.

Their presence antagonised the various Shia militia groups that have divided up the city over the past two years. As a result they were bombed and shot at on a daily basis.

In what soldiers here call the "accommodation" the British withdrew to their base at Basra airport and observed a so-called "no-go zone" around central Basra.

In return, the intensity of the attacks was hugely reduced, although rockets still pound the base from time to time. Thirteen were fired at the camp on a single day in the run-up to the handover ceremony.
17.12.2007 12:40:26 Commander of British forces in Basra, Maj. Gen. Graham Binns , Basra's governor, the Iraqi commander inked their signatures to papers giving Iraq control of the far southern province.

(live-PR.com) - Maj. Gen. Graham Binns,commander of British forces in Basra, said the city had been pulled from the grip of its enemies as British army has handed over responsibility on Sunday the region in Iraq under their ambit and said,"I now formally hand it back to its friends." Binns , Basra's governor, the Iraqi commander inked their signatures to papers giving Iraq control of the far southern province.


Mowafaq al-Rubaie, Iraq's national security adviser, said Iraq was ready. "The security improvements didn't come from nothing, but were the result of huge efforts from both the government and Iraqi people in fighting terrorism, extremism, militias and outlaws,"" al-Rubaie said.

U.S. officials worry a power vacuum may hamper supply route which could influence of Iran and threaten land routes used by the Americans to bring ammunition, food and other supplies from Kuwait to troops to the north.

Binns said British forces would remain to help the Iraqis, but would be there "to support, not to direct, to listen, not to ignore."

Mowafaq al-Rubaie, Iraq's national security adviser, said his country's ability to assume command of security in the southern region was a sign of the government's growing strength.

"We are planning and getting ready to our final war against terrorism north of Baghdad next year. The next year will be a year of rebuilding and prosperity," he said at the signing ceremony.

A skepticism on Iraqi forces ready to take control in Basra, but many agreed that the handover was a positive sign.

Peoples of Baghdad say,"I hope it will be followed by similar steps across the country. Such steps are good for Iraqis," said Awatif Qazaz, a Baghdadi woman.But some said they feared the security forces were infiltrated by militias.

Britain's participation in the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq and the ongoing presence of troops is deeply unpopular in Britain — as is the $12 billion annual cost of operations there. A total of 174 British personnel have died in Iraq since the March 2003 invasion.

British officials have said they will retain the ability to help Iraqi troops quickly if widespread violence erupts, but they are also reducing the number of troops in the country from 4,500 to 2,000 by spring. In the months soon after Saddam Hussein was toppled, there were about 40,000 British troops in Iraq.


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Turkish air raids on Kurdish rebels

Turkish air raids on Kurdish rebels General Yasar Buyukanit said Sunday's strikes had been successful 17.12.2007 11:47:48 General Yasar Buyukanit said that Sunday's strikes had been successful and all targets had been destroyed. (live-PR.com) - General Yasar Buyukanit said that Sunday's strikes had been successful and all targets had been destroyed. General Yasar Buyukanit was quoted by the agency as telling the private television channel."But what is more important is that the United States last (Sunday) night opened northern Iraqi airspace to us. By doing that, the US approved the operation," Buyukanit said. At a meeting between Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and George W. Bush in Washington on November 5, the U.S. leader pledged to share military intelligence with Ankara on Kurdish militants. US embassy in Iraq said commanders had not approved the attacks, but had been informed before they took place.Turkish military earlier said the US had given tacit approval by opening Iraqi airspace for the operation. Turkish PM,Tayyip Erodogan,said attack had been a success and more military action to come."our struggle will continue inside and outside Turkey with same determination." Iraqi officials said the bombs hit 10 villages near the border, killing one woman. The PKK reported seven deaths. Iraq later summoned the Turkish ambassador and demanded a halt to the strikes, saying they were unacceptable and could seriously harm relations between the two countries. United States backed Turkish air raids on Kurdish rebels in northern Iraq with intelligence and clearance to enter Iraqi airspace, Turkey's army chief said.Turkey has launched the biggest air attack on suspected PKK insurgent camps with 50 warplanes to bomb inside Iraqi territory with long range artillery shelling. Strike carried in the middle of the night sent hundred on families fleeing adding spark to the violence in the area of northern Iraq. General Yasar Buyukanit was quoted by the agency as telling the private television channel. "But what is more important is that the United States last (Sunday) night opened northern Iraqi airspace to us. By doing that, the US approved the operation," Buyukanit said. The general staff announced earlier that Turkish warplanes had carried out air strikes early on Sunday against positions of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) militants in the Kurdish-run north of Iraq. Artillery pounded the targets after the air raids, it said. He said winter conditions in mountainous northern Iraq would provide no refuge for the rebels who have been waging a 23-year campaign for self-rule in Turkey's southeast. Buyukanit said that Sunday's strikes had been successful and all targets had been destroyed. He denied that villages along the border had been struck, and said that the strikes targeted PKK camps that had been previously identified. Press Information: Enkaysagar Holdings Private Limited India Contact Person: Nksagar Chairman Phone: 9810974027 eMail: eMail Web: http://www.Nksagar.com

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

The Position of Chairman of Russian Govt to Putin

Putin & Medvedev defacto Leaders

11.12.2007 19:20:06 Putin and Medvedev "will de facto be a pair in which the real leader will be Putin, since the country knows Vladimir Putin better", Markov said. "Putin will control not only the parliament majority but also the security faction.

(live-PR.com) - In Televised speech, Medvedev said Putin "prevented the collapse of the economy and social sphere in our country, a course that prevented civil war."


It was vital to retain Putin's team, he said. "Therefore I think it is of fundamental importance for our country that we keep in the most important post in government -- the position of chairman of the Russian government -- Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin," he said.

"Having expressed my readiness to run for president of Russia, I appeal to him with a request to give his agreement in principle to head the Russian government after the election of the new president of our country," Medvede.

Medvedev's proposal to such a role, specially if the constitution were amended to increase the prime minister's powers in which could be done with the new parliament dominated by pro Putin politicians.

Putin's defacto ensures that Medvedev would win the presidency, and Putin's influence in DUMA where his United Russia party won 70 percent of the seats in Dec. 2 elections, assures that he could become prime minister if he desire to chose.

Russian newspapers on Tuesday points anointed Medvedev's lack of a power base among the security forces,KGB,foreign affairs that could make easier for Putin to dominate.
The influential Putin "will be an executive adviser for the future president on an unlimited range of issues", Vremya Novostei quoted a senior official as saying.

Kremlin-connected analyst, Sergei Markov, told Interfax that Putin would use United Russia's huge parliamentary majority to bolster his standing as premier.

Putin's understanding for foreign affairs and his vast experience of balance of power and global security with Western world shall be his forte to remain as National Leader, who head the Russian Politics with his acumen ofintegrating and disintegrating the multi party for his purposes.


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UN- led talks dominate disputes

Delegates U.N. on climate talks resisted U.S. pressure to delete tough 2020 guidelines for cutting greenhouse gases. European Commission saying they were a "crucial" element in a draft text.The U.N.-led talks have become dominated by disputes over whether a text should keep a mention of a need for rich nations to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 to 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2020 to avoid the worst impacts.
States eager to put up an agenda to either to save their industries but the environmental tech research and planning needs to be worked out rather than fining or putting up the restriction but there must be compettive growth amongst developing and developed economy to bring environmental friendly inusdrty and its tech use to reduce pollution and set the prize for the best country with incentives for the same must be an agenda at Bali instead of mud slinging "It is time to make peace with the planet," said Al Gore in Oslo. "We must mobilise our civilisation with the urgency and resolve that has previously been seen only when nations mobilised for war." Mr Gore added: "It should be absolutely clear that it is the two largest CO2 emitters China and the US and, most of all, my own country that will need to make the boldest moves. Both countries should stop using the other's behaviour as an excuse for stalemate and instead develop an agenda for mutual survival." These remarks came as 190 countries met in Bali, Indonesia, to work on new international treaty on carbon emissions to replace Kyoto by 2012.Mr Gore Vice president to Bill Clinton with Rajendra Pachauri,shared Noble prize, head of the UN's panel on climate change. Delegates U.N. on climate talks resisted U.S. pressure to delete tough 2020 guidelines for cutting greenhouse gases. European Commission saying they were a "crucial" element in a draft text.The U.N.-led talks have become dominated by disputes over whether a text should keep a mention of a need for rich nations to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 to 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2020 to avoid the worst impacts. Any dilution of the non-binding range would rage developing nations, they demanding rich nations do more to cut their own greenhouse gas emissions. Washington and Tokyo want the range to be diluted but it was still in the latest draft on Tuesday, delegates said. "Of course it is crucial for the European Union, and not only for the European Union," EU Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas said of the indicative 25 to 40 percent range. "In order to gather an effective fight against climate change we need this range of reductions for developed countries by 2020," he told a news conference at the 190-nation meeting. US is expected to win out, since Bali's decisions require consensus,and the final "Bali roadmap" is expected to be what has been long anticipated a vague, broad mandate for two years of negotiations on Kyoto's successor. UN climate chief Yvo de Boer said that the range was only meant to guide subsequent negotiations, but that including it was not vital. Australia, despite its sudden embrace of the Kyoto pact, has shied away from supporting the interim target range, saying it must await the conclusion of a study sometime next year. Canada and Japan also oppose inclusion of the suggested figures. Meanwhile, Indonesian President Bambang Susilo Yudhoyono said finance ministers meeting on the fringes of climate talks in Bali were not doing enough to find the money to fight global warming. "Ministers of finance can and should play a much larger and more active role in responding to climate change, both domestically and internationally," he said. Government ministries including energy, industry, forestry and agriculture also had to take part, he said. Contact Information: Enkaysagar holdings Private Limited Contact Person: Nksagar Chairman Phone: 9810974027 email: email Web: http://www.Nksagar.com Press Information: Enkaysagar holdings Private Limited Contact Person: Nksagar Chairman Phone: 9810974027 email: email Web: http://www.Nksagar.com

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U.N.-led talks dominated by disputes at Bali
Coming years likely bring clear climate But UN, US,EU,China,babble with climate talk.

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2007-12-12 06:27:35 - Delegates U.N. on climate talks resisted U.S. pressure to delete tough 2020 guidelines for cutting greenhouse gases. European Commission saying they were a "crucial" element in a draft text.The U.N.-led talks have become dominated by disputes over whether a text should keep a mention of a need for rich nations to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 to 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2020 to avoid the worst impacts.

States eager to put up an agenda to either to save their industries but the environmental tech research and planning needs to be worked out rather than fining or putting up the restriction but there must be compettive growth amongst developing and developed economy to bring environmental friendly inusdrty and its tech use to reduce pollution and set the prize
for the best country with incentives for the same must be an agenda at Bali instead of mud slinging

"It is time to make peace with the planet," said Al Gore in Oslo. "We must mobilise our civilisation with the urgency and resolve that has previously been seen only when nations mobilised for war."

Mr Gore added: "It should be absolutely clear that it is the two largest CO2 emitters China and the US and, most of all, my own country that will need to make the boldest moves. Both countries should stop using the other's behaviour as an excuse for stalemate and instead develop an agenda for mutual survival."

These remarks came as 190 countries met in Bali, Indonesia, to work on new international treaty on carbon emissions to replace Kyoto by 2012.Mr Gore Vice president to Bill Clinton with Rajendra Pachauri,shared Noble prize, head of the UN's panel on climate change.

Delegates U.N. on climate talks resisted U.S. pressure to delete tough 2020 guidelines for cutting greenhouse gases. European Commission saying they were a "crucial" element in a draft text.The U.N.-led talks have become dominated by disputes over whether a text should keep a mention of a need for rich nations to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 25 to 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2020 to avoid the worst impacts.

Any dilution of the non-binding range would rage developing nations, they demanding rich nations do more to cut their own greenhouse gas emissions.

Washington and Tokyo want the range to be diluted but it was still in the latest draft on Tuesday, delegates said.

"Of course it is crucial for the European Union, and not only for the European Union," EU Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas said of the indicative 25 to 40 percent range.
"In order to gather an effective fight against climate change we need this range of reductions for developed countries by 2020," he told a news conference at the 190-nation meeting.

US is expected to win out, since Bali's decisions require consensus,and the final "Bali roadmap" is expected to be what has been long anticipated a vague, broad mandate for two years of negotiations on Kyoto's successor.

UN climate chief Yvo de Boer said that the range was only meant to guide subsequent negotiations, but that including it was not vital.

Australia, despite its sudden embrace of the Kyoto pact, has shied away from supporting the interim target range, saying it must await the conclusion of a study sometime next year.

Canada and Japan also oppose inclusion of the suggested figures.

Meanwhile, Indonesian President Bambang Susilo Yudhoyono said finance ministers meeting on the fringes of climate talks in Bali were not doing enough to find the money to fight global warming.

"Ministers of finance can and should play a much larger and more active role in responding to climate change, both domestically and internationally," he said.

Government ministries including energy, industry, forestry and agriculture also had to take part, he said.

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