Navy kills Indian fisherman in Dubai
Indian consulate in Dubai began probe on Tuesday into the killing of
an Indian fishermen off UAE coast.
Minister SM Krishna has asked for details of the firing incident and
has directed Indian officials in UAE to look in the matter with utmost
urgency, as per reports.
US has released a statement on the tragic incident saying that it had
issued several warnings to the boat carrying the Indians before firing
at them. As per the statement their warning were not heeded.
Indian fisherman was killed and three others were wounded on Monday
when a security team onboard a US Navy ship fired at their small boat
off Dubai, a United Arab Emirates official said.
services concerned are now investigating this incident," UAE's
official news agency quoted Foreign Ministry official Tareq Amed al-Hidan
news agency quoted an unnamed UAE official as saying that the fishing
boat had four Indians and two Emirate nationals on board when the
incident took place in Jabel Ali, a frequent docking point for
American naval vessels about 30 miles southwest of Dubai.
not to concede industries of 21st century to China,India
US President Barack Obama will not concede industries of the 21st
century to China, India or Europe, a top presidential aide has said as
he defended the administration's loan guarantee programme.
President will not concede the industries of the 21st century to
China, India, Europe and elsewhere," the White House Press
Secretary, Jay Carney, told reporters travelling with Obama to Ohio.
had been attacking Obama, highlighting reports of top donors landing
plum administration posts and securing government aid. They cite at
the top of that list the Department of Energy loan guarantees that
went to alternative energy companies.
said the investments made in the Recovery Act have already helped
renewable energy production double in the United States.
have helped created tens of thousands of jobs in the United States.
They have helped build a foundation for competition in vital
industries in the 21st century, for competition that will allow for
the creation of American jobs in the United States," he said.
alternative is to cede those industries to other countries, because
the 21st century will be very much focused on the development of clean
energy technologies and the utilization of the clean energy
technologies," he argued.
you have a choice. You either make the investments to ensure that
those jobs are created in the United States, or you don't. If you
don't, you decide that you're going to be importing not just foreign
oil but foreign clean energy technologies. This President will not do
that," Carney said.
statement came after the World Trade Organization announced a major
victory for the US in a trade dispute with China.
Carney said, feels very strongly that taking action to ensure that
American companies and American workers are able to compete on a level
playing field with China and other countries is something that
resonates across the country with Americans.
case: Main accused on the run
Delhi: Three more men have been arrested in connection to the
Guwahati molestation case taking the total number people held so far
to 11. However, the key accused in the case Amar Jyoti Kalita is still
at large. According to media report, eleven persons have been arrested
in the case so far.
twenty people were accused to molesting a 20-year-old girl in Guwahati
on July 9 based on a video of the molestation recorded by a television
journalist. The teenager was assaulted when she came out of a bar in
the heart of the city.
who goes by the moniker of 'Bond' in his Facebook page, is the man in
red T-shirt and cap who is seen among the mob of men molesting and
assaulting the school girl in the YouTube video.
Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi on Monday clarified that he had not
set any deadline for arrest of all the accused in the Guwahati
molestation case. Gogoi said he had not set the police 48-hour
deadline to catch molestation accused though he wanted quick action
against the culprits.
admitted that there was scope for improvement in law and order
situation in the state. He further said that anyone who breaks law and
order whether he is a journalist or an officer, he would be brought to