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Opposition to the support of Khalistan supporter rally in UK and crowds in protest.

In response to Khalistan supporter's 'London Manifesto for the Referendum of 2020' in the UK, groups of indigenous groups organized 'V Stand with India' and 'Love My India' programs. In favor of the pro-Khalistan rally, on Sunday in London's Trafalgar Square On the occasion of Independence Day, people gathered in protest against this rally. The support group of India has hoisted the Indian tricolor and 'India If you 'and' Vande Mataram 'written placard waved. They stayed in a limited part of Square which was far from the venue of anti-India rally. One organizer organizer of India's pro-organizing event, Navdeep Singh said, "Indian Sikhs do not want this reference 2020. Let's say that on August 12 in London India has expressed its displeasure with Britain before the pro-Khalistan rally.

Al-Qaeda's new terrorist organization in the wake of strikes in India: UN

A report by the United Nations Security Council has revealed that the Al-Qaeda's Indian sub-continent unit (AUIS) is in the process of attacking in India, but it has less capacity to do so and due to better measures of security in the country, it does not attack The 22nd report of the Ban Monitoring Committee of the United Nations Security Council, submitted to the Al-Qaeda Ban Committee, has said that al-Qaida The new terrorist group linked to the AQIS sector is not able to do anything due to better measures of security but he is waiting to attack and is trying to break into the security cover. The ideological inclination of this group is an attack within India. Based on it but being considered is not his ability to do so. According to member states, the capacity of the AQIS in Afghanistan is high.

When the child cried, the British Airways dropped the Indian couple from the flight.

In a British Airways flight, the Indian couple was allegedly dropped down because their child was constantly crying. This happened on July 23. During which these couples were going from London to Berlin. Giant Sector A, AP in the Ministry of Road Government of India. Pathak told news agency ANI that he was going from London to Berlin. Then our three-year-old child started crying at the flight, then the officials present there said that they should silence the child or else they will be dropped. According to the reader, they were dropped off the flight shortly after. A.P. Pathak said that I have written to the two ministers about this, but no reply has come so far. This is a case of resism in a way. He said that British Airways crew scolded our child, made racial remarks.

Mahatma Gandhi want Mohammed Ali Jinnah become PM, but Nehru did not accept: Dalai Lama

Tibet spiritual guru Dalai Lama on Wednesday claimed that Mahatma Gandhi wanted Mohammed Ali Jinnah to sit in the country's top post, but Jawaharlal Nehru adopted the 'self-centered attitude' to become the first Prime Minister. Dalai Lama claimed that If Mahatma Gandhi's wish to make Jinnah the first Prime Minister would have been implemented, then there is no division of India. On the question of a student Replying to the 83-year-old Dalai Lama, "I believe that democratic system is very good rather than a feudal system. Some people have the power to make decisions in the feudal system, which is very dangerous. He said, 'I think it was Pandit Nehru's self-centered attitude to see himself as the Prime Minister. If Mahatma Gandhi's thinking had been accepted, then India and Pakistan would be one. ' He said, 'I know Pandit Nehru very well. He was a very experienced and intelligent person, but sometimes mistakes happen.

Indira Nooyi resigns 12 years after PepsiCo's CEO post

American Food and Beverages Company PepsiCo CEO Indira Nooyi is going to quit. After assuming the company's business for nearly 12 years, he will leave his office on October 3. 62-year-old Nooyi has worked with the company for 24 years. He will leave the position of CEO on October 3, but by the beginning of 2019 he will continue to be the company's chairman. Instead of Nui, the company's president will take Raman LaguRata. The company said that apart from Nooyi there will be no change in other senior posts of the company. After the company's departure from Indira Nooyi, the fall in PepsiCo's shares has come to an end.Langura has been with the company for the last 22 years. He became president in the company in September last year. In his hand, the company had other functions including Global Operations, Corporate Strategy, Public Policy.

The number of dead in the suicide attack on the voter registration center in Kabul increased to 69

The number of casualties has increased to 69 in the suicide attack on the voter registration center in Kabul, Afghanistan's capital, while the number of injured is 120. The news agency Efe told the police spokesman that some bodies were taken directly to the house instead of the hospitals, which led to the increase in the number of dead. Suicidal attacks in Kabul were 57 and 119 injured persons.
There are 27 women and two policemen in the dead. The bodies that were taken home were taken to the hospital later, which delayed the detection of the total number of dead. Police spokesman said that half of the injured are women, while five policemen were also injured.

Narendra Modi, who came to meet British PM Theresa, will take part in dinner with Commonwealth Leaders

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday met at 10 Downing Street, British PM Theresa at his home. During this time, Theresa hoped to work with the two countries. PM Modi said during the meeting, "I am confident that after today's meeting, new relations will come in our relations. I am glad that the UK will be part of the International Solar Coalition, I believe that this is not only our fight against climate change but also our responsibilities for future generations.After reaching the 10 Downing Street of Mody, The people present were shouting Modi-Modi. Prime Minister has reached the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOG). Today he has a meeting with UK Queen Elizabeth and dinner with Commonwealth Heads.