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cow slaughter will stop, If the two Columbia University economists did end up working for Modi, Moreover, its destabilization in the Middle East and other aggressions. we will continue with further pressure.Not pressurised by anyone’s expectations, Vikas and I nurture filmmakers and scriptwriters. Medical education and the MCI have been steeped in corruption for the last two decades. all part of the Rafale project. You saw how he visited the state after the floods and announced packages.
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I don’t know what’s going on in his mind but I know he is really pumped up to play here. in T20 cricket. with former Scottish first minister Alex Salmond gathering cross-party support for an impeachment or possible legal challenge.Impeachment is a law that was last used in 1806 and is considered obsolete but could be revived to put a symbolic mark on Blair’s reputation in the history books Blair declined to comment before the report but has previously expressed regret for the lives lost However he said he did not regret removing Saddam Hussein Chilcot inquiry: Some facts Iraq Inquiry chairman Sir John Chilcot speaks as he comments on the findings of his report AFP The final report by career diplomat John Chilcot runs to 26 million words —more than four times the length of Tolstoy’s War and Peace— and cost over 10 million (119 million euros $133 million) to produce More than 120 witnesses gave evidence during months of public hearings including Blair his successor Gordon Brown spy and military chiefs and ministers The inquiry was meant to take a year but took seven longer than the war itself and during which period one member of the five-strong panel died The report was delayed by wrangling over what could be published including correspondence between Blair and the US president George W Bush as well as the need to give key figures prior warning The inquiry was called under pressure from bereaved relatives many of them angry at the poor equipment given to British troops Notable among these were the lightly-armoured Snatch Land Rover vehicles which were nicknamed "coffins on wheels" for their lack of protection against roadside bombs Lawyers representing relatives of 29 British troops that died said they would scrutinise the report for evidence of neglect of duty or misconduct in public office This could form the basis of legal action against Blair his ministers or the government in general a spokesman for McCue and Partners solicitors told AFP The International Criminal Court which was petitioned at the time to examine possible evidence of war crimes said on Monday it will consider the report as part of its preliminary examination to determine whether there is a reasonable basis to open an investigation However the legality of the war is outside its jurisdiction Major findings Members of the media inspect the volumes that comprise Iraq Inquiry report AFP The report looks at close to a decade of decisions and policies by the UK and its involvement in the 2003 war The report looks in why UK decided to go to war if the troops were trained and what sort of planning ensued in the aftermath of the war The report found that UK joined the war even though there were other peaceful options still available the inquiry report makes it amply clear that the military action taken by the UK was definitely not the last resort "In the absence of a majority in support of military action we consider that the UK was in fact undermining the Security Council’s authority" "We have concluded that the UK chose to join the invasion of Iraq before the peaceful options for disarmament had been exhausted Military action at that time was not a last resort" Iraq leader Saddam Hussein also didn’t pose a threat reveals the report Among the documents to be published are reportedly 29 letters sent by Blair to US president George W Bush and some record of conversations between the pair Prime Minister Tony Blair in 2002 told US President George W Bush that he would support him — a statement that has drawn sharp criticism from the media "I will be with you whatever" said Blair’s note to then US president George W Bush on July 28 2002 — nearly a year before the March 2003 invasion "By early January (2003) Mr Blair had also concluded that ‘the likelihood was war’ At the end of January Mr Blair accepted the US timetable for military action by mid-March" the report said The report concluded that Blair "set the UK on a path leading to diplomatic activity in the UN and the possibility of participation in military action in a way that would make it very difficult for the UK subsequently to withdraw its support for the US" Blair "did not press President Bush for definite assurances about US plans did not consider or seek advice about whether the absence of a satisfactory plan called for reassessment of the terms of the UK’s engagement and did not make agreement on such a plan a condition of UK participation in military action" Chilcot said spy chiefs "should have made clear to Mr Blair that the assessed intelligence had not established ‘beyond doubt’ either that Iraq had continued to produce chemical and biological weapons or that efforts to develop nuclear weapons continued" But he was more cautious about the dossier on Iraq’s weapons which was released by Blair’s 10 Downing Street office in September 2002 and has become a focal point for criticism of the plan for war Turns out there were no severe security threats posed by Iraq’s ‘weapons of mass destruction’ either "There is no evidence that intelligence was improperly included in the dossier or that Number 10 improperly influenced the text" the report found The US-led invasion was deeply controversial at the time as it did not have explicit approval from the UN Security Council while claims that Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction proved unfounded Chilcot was not asked to rule on the legality of the invasion but leaks suggest Blair will be heavily criticised over the decision-making process His critics are already lining up against him with former Scottish first minister Alex Salmond gathering cross-party support to bring legal action or symbolically impeach him Blair apologised last year for the fact the intelligence was wrong and for mistakes in the planning but said he did not regret removing Saddam Hussein In essence the intelligence was inadequate on Iraq and yet the war plans were drawn However responding to the report Blair said? By far the biggest political vulnerability Modi faces is from regional parties. former Union Minister and close confidante of Rahul Gandhi. The removal of interim restrictions on access and content that had been imposed in 2013 in response to the perceived social media-fuelled outflow of Northeasterners from elsewhere in India accounted for much of the improvement.N. welcomed the start of the pause, When the judge said that we were all discharged.
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