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“In this connection,Written by AmritaChaudhry RaakhiJagga | Mukstar | Updated: April 8 but also sang praises of Adityanath’s 10-month tenure in Uttar Pradesh. which give you access to Eros TV and a browser as well as the LeEco appstore. according to Digital News Report 2017,the CAG criticised the implementation of the stretch between Ambedkar Nagar and Moolchand, coming from Hyderabad, the sources said.The passengers including former Andhra Pradesh Minister Ramnarayan Reddy were disembarked from the flight and taken to the airport waiting hall they added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kabul | Updated: December 25 2015 2:52 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi at AFS Palam in New Delhi on Wednesday before his departure for Moscow (PTI Photo) Related News In a veiled attack against Pakistan Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that Afghanistan will succeed only when terrorism no longer flows across the border and when nurseries and sanctuaries of terrorism are shut Declaring that India is in Afghanistan to contribute not to compete to lay the foundations of future and not light the flame of conflict Modi also said terror and violence cannot be the instrument to shape the future of the strife-torn country or dictate the choices its people make The Prime Minister was addressing the Afghan Parliament here after inaugurating its swanky new building that was built by India at a cost of 90 million USD in the presence of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani He also opened an ‘Atal block’ in the Parliament premises named after former prime minister Atal Behari Vajpayee whose 91st birthday fell today In his nearly 40-minute address during which he was lustily cheered by the assembled audience on several occasions Modi also made a veiled reference to Pakistan’s reservations about Indian involvement in Afghanistan saying” there are some who do not want us to be here “There are some who did not want us to be here There were those who saw sinister designs in our presence here There are others who were uneasy at the strength of our partnership Some even tried to discourage us” “Afghanistan will succeed only when terrorism no longer flows across the border; when nurseries and sanctuaries of terrorism are shut; and their patrons are no longer in business he said adding “Terror and violence cannot be the instrument to shape Afghanistan’s future or dictate the choices Afghans make” Modi saluted people of Afghanistan for having faith in India and not judge it by others tell them including about the mysterious Indian consulates in anotehr veiled dig at Pakistan “You never doubted the sincerity of our commitment and the strength of our friendship And you have seen the fruits of our partnership” he said adding “You have judged us by what you see not what others tell you including about the mysterious Indian consulates” Pakistan has long alleged that India was fomenting trouble in its Balochistan province through Indian consulates in Kandahar and Jalalabad “You know that India is here to contribute not to compete; to lay the foundations of future not light the flame of conflict; to rebuild lives not destroy a nation” Referring to the violence in Afghanistan for decades Modi said “Too much blood has flown down Kabul river Too many tragedies have darkened the mountain slopes Too many dreams have burnt in the fire of a senseless conflict” He also urged the world to support Afghanistan “We must support Afghanistan without time lines because the new clouds of extremism and terrorism are rising even as the old ones continue to darken our skies; and because Afghans are not only fighting for their future but are standing up for all of us and a safer world” he said The prime minister said it is time for all Afghans everyone in the region and the rest of the world to come together “We know that Afghanistan’s success will require the cooperation and support of each of its neighbours And all of us in the region–India Pakistan Iran and others–must unite in trust and cooperation behind this common purpose and in recognition of our common destiny” he said adding” When Afghanistan becomes a haven of peace and a hub for the flow of ideas commerce energy and investments in the region we will all prosper together” Modi said efforts were underway to improve Afghanistan’s connectivity by land and sea including through Chahbahar in Iran “That is why I hope that Pakistan will become a bridge between South Asia and Afghanistan and beyond” he said adding “I hope that the day will come soon when energy from Central Asia will power prosperity in our region; when a Kabuliwala can once again come across easily to win Indian hearts; when we in India can relish the wonderful fruits of Afghanistan; when Afghans do not have to pay an enormous price to buy their favourite products from India Modi told the Parliament that every youth in Afghanistan should see a future in which IT stands for information technology not international terrorism He saluted the people of Afghanistan saying a country with an abiding faith in the tradition of Jirga has chosen the path of democracy “And it has done it against challenges that would have defeated a lesser people” “It is a tribute to the countless nameless Afghans who laid down their lives and sacrificed their future” He also praised Afghans who have risked their lives to protect Indian interests “As we have stood with you in our efforts to rebuild your country you have guarded and protected our people as your own We have faced daily threats but we feel secure in your midst “To every Afghan who has risked or lost his life so that his Indian guest is safe I convey the eternal gratefulness of India “To Indian diplomats officers engineers and doctors who serve here with pride to the families of our Indian martyrs I express the gratitude of Indians and Afghans” he said Modi said the new Parliament Complex is a small tribute to Afghanistan’s progress as a nation and a democracy and will stand as an enduring symbol of the ties of emotions and values of affection and aspirations that bind us in a special relationship “And the Atal Block unites us in spirit because Atal means hero in Pashto and in Hindi it means to be firm It captures the spirit of Afghanistan and of our friendship” he said The institutions that India are establishing together are helping rebuild agriculture and mining in Afghanistan and make advanced medical care available in Kabul “You have been at the crossroads of history And your history tells us that you will never let yourself become a theatre of competition; or serve the designs of others For you live by the creed extolled by poet Kushal Khan Khattak that Nation’s honor and nation’s fame on life they have a prior claim” he said The prime minister said Afghans have the wisdom to seek peace with neighbours but also the courage to defend their freedom “And Afghans of all persuasions must have the right to seek peace among themselves” “You can be Pushtoons Uzbeks Tajiks Hazaras You can be Muslims Hindus and Sikhs But you are proud Afghans who can come together as one nation and one people You may have fought in the name of religion; or in the cause of identity But it is now time for Afghans to come together in peace” he told the Parliamentarians Modi said those waging war from outside must seek a path to Parliament building and this hall “Those seeking territory through gun must seek power through ballot Those who have destroyed homes must now rebuild their nation For this is your land and these are your people “And it must be on your terms on your genius through your own process and your own spirit of brotherhood Not driven by the calculations or ambitions of others” he added Modi said that it was time for all Afghans everyone in the region and the rest of the world to come together “The sacrifices must not go in vain The flame of hope should not die No girl that steps into the world should slip into darkness of denied opportunities No son should face the choice of gun or refuge in a distant land” he said “No mother should fear bringing a child into this world No leader should lose a brother because he spoke for Afghan freedom to choose friends No one kneeling in prayer in a mosque should be killed in the name of religion No elder should look back on his youth wasted in conflict and see the same future for his grandchild” the Prime Minister said Modi said that every Afghan youth should see a future in which IT stands for information technology not international terrorism “For the promise and the opportunities of the 21st century belong to Afghan youth as much as anyone else in the world For India this is a deeply held commitment Your suffering is our pain Your dreams are our duty Your strength is our belief Your courage is our inspiration Above all your friendship is our honour” he told Afghan lawmakers Modi said he was confident that hope will return to Afghan homes laughter in schools life on streets prosperity in cities unity in society and peace in Afghanistan “And at every step of your journey India will be with you” he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Patna | Updated: July 12 2017 5:45 pm Congress President Sonia Gandhi (File) Top News Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday phoned Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to thank him for supporting Gopalkrishna Gandhi as the opposition’s vice presidential candidate JD(U) leader K C Tyagi said Nitish Kumar the JD(U) president also received a phone call from Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi last evening Tyagi told PTI Gopalkrishna Gandhi the unanimous choice of 18 opposition parties for vice president called Kumar as well to express his thanks the JD(U) chief general secretary said JD(U) parliamentary leader Sharad Yadav represented the party at the meeting of opposition leaders that picked the former West Bengal governor as its vice presidential nominee in New Delhi on Tuesday Rahul Gandhi had recently intervened to end the war of words between the Congress and the JD(U) in the wake of Nitish Kumar breaking away from the opposition to support NDA’s presidential candidate Ram Nath Kovind For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsOver one hundred previously unseen photographs of Irish Aviation from the early 20th century are presented in the latest Father Browne SJ book Flying with Fr Browne by Eddie O’Donnell SJ published by Messenger Publications According to the author aviation was a source of great fascination for Father Browne He flew in various aircraft from the early days of flight often in private planes and in his later years on scheduled aircraft This collection features his unique images of Irish aviation in the early years of the twentieth century The book contains photos from the new Dublin Airport to Cobham’s Flying Circus There are early photos of bi-planes and the Aer Lingus fleet Also photographs on the ground and from the airThe book will have broad appeal but in particular aviation and photography enthusiasts will find here a treasure trove of previously unseen material Fr Frank Browne SJ is one of the best known and most important photographers of the twentieth century He is best known for his extraordinary collection of photographs taken during the maiden voyage of the Titanic which he travelled on from Southampton via Cherbourg and on to Cobh When the ship sank his photographs were printed on the front pages of newspapers around the world Eddie O’Donnell SJ published a book on the Titanic photos which was updated in 2012 on the 100th anniversary of the tragic sinking of the boat that was deemed ‘unsinkable’ Fr Browne was also the first war photo journalist He served and was decorated as a chaplain in WWI And he continued to take thousands of photographs throughout his life amassing a collection of 42000 negatives which were forgotten about until after his death Then fellow Jesuit Eddie O’Donnell now author of many books on the photos of Fr Browne SJ discovered them in a trunk in the community house where Fr Browne once lived Fr Eddie was the curator of the Father Browne collection for many years

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