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NSG likely to meet again to discuss entry of non-NPT countries

Business Line 5 hours 30 minutes ago

NSG is likely to meet again before the end of the year to discuss membership of non-NPT signatories like India, which today made it clear to China, responsible for torpedoing its recent bid, that...
NSG to meet again, likely to discuss India's bid
The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) will meet yet again this year to discuss the process of inclusion of countries like India, who have not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). A special plenary session of the NSG can be called by the year end. According to sources, there is possibility of India's inclusion in the NSG, while New Delhi will continue to discuss the issue with China. The NSG earlier on Thursday failed to reach a consensus on New Delhi's membership application after several members of the 48-member group insisted on adhering to NPT condition for admission. (ANI)
NSG may meet again to discuss entry of India, other non-NPT signatories
(Photo: PTI) At the suggestion of Mexico, it has been decided that NSG meet should be held before the end of the year. New Delhi: The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), whose membership India failed to get two days back, is likely to meet again before the end of the year to specially discuss the process for allowing non-NPT signatories into the 48-nation grouping, thus providing another chance to India to press its claims. In the face of strong opposition from China and a few other countries, India's application for membership did not go through at the NSG plenary which concluded in Seoul on Friday. India is not a signatory to the Nuclear non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and that was the ground used to thwart India's bid. However, diplomatic sources said on Sunday that at the suggestion of Mexico, it has now been decided that another meeting of NSG should be held before the end of the year to consider the criteria for allowing non-NPT signatories like India into the group. Normally, the next meeting of NSG would have been held sometime next year. Sources said that Mexico's suggestion was also opposed by China but it found support from a large number of countries including the US. A panel for informal consultations on India's membership has also been set up by the NSG and it will be headed by Argentine Ambassador Rafael Grossi. Grossi's appointment came even as a top US official said that the NSG session in Seoul had ended with a "path forward" for India's acceptance as a member. "We are confident that we have got a path forward by the end of this year. It needs some work. But we are confident that India would be a full member of the (NSG) regime by the end of the year," the Obama administration official told PTI in Washington. China was unrelenting in thwarting India's NSG bid despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging Chinese President Xi Jinping during a meeting in Tashkent on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit to support India's case on its merits. An upset India later accused "one country", a clear reference to China, of persistently creating procedural hurdles during the discussions on its application.
Procedural delay and not failure, says MEA on India`s NSG membership issue
It expressed hope that a special plenary session of the NSG can be called by the year-end to discuss the issue again.
NSG likely to meet again to discuss entry of India, other non-NPT signatories
New Delhi: The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) is likely to meet again before the end of the year in order to discuss the procedure to allow special entry to non-NPT signatories, including India, into the...
India's NSG dream not over, group to meet again to discuss entry of non
The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), whose membership India failed to get two days back, is likely to meet again before the end of the year to specially discuss the process for allowing non-NPT signatories into the 48-nation grouping, thus providing another chance to India to press its claims. The post India’s NSG dream not over, group to meet again to discuss entry of non-NPT countries appeared first on Firstpost .
India-China rift out in open: Whither Asian Century?
The plenary meeting of the 48-member NSG (Nuclear Suppliers Group) in Seoul ended on June 24 with no specific reference to India's application as a participating government. China supported by a few other nations was able to block any meaningful discussion on the subject - much to India's disappointment.This inconclusive result, for sure, is a...
NSG may meet again to discuss entry of non-NPT signatories
The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), whose membership India failed to get two days back, is likely to meet again before the end of the year to specially discuss the process for allowing non-NPT signatories into the 48-nation grouping, thus providing another chance to India to press its claims. In the face of strong opposition from China and a few other countries, Indias application for membership did not go through at the NSG plenary which concluded in Seoul on Friday. India is not a signatory to the Nuclear non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and that was the ground used to thwart Indias bid. However, diplomatic sources said today that at the suggestion of Mexico, it has now been decided that another meeting of NSG should be held before the end of the year to consider the criteria for allowing non-NPT signatories like India into the group. Normally, the next meeting of NSG would have been held sometime next year. Sources said that Mexicos suggestion was also opposed by China but it found support from a large number of countries including the US. A panel for informal consultations on Indias membership has also been set up by the NSG and it will be headed by Argentine Ambassador Rafael Grossi. Grossis appointment came even as a top US official said that the NSG session in Seoul had ended with a "path forward" for Indias acceptance as a member. "We are confident that we have got a path forward by the end of this year. It needs some work. But we are confident that India would be a full member of the (NSG) regime by the end of the year," the Obama administration official told PTI in Washington. China was unrelenting in thwarting Indias NSG bid despite Prime Minister Narendra Modi urging Chinese President Xi Jinping during a meeting in Tashkent on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit to support Indias case on its merits. An upset India later accused "one country", a clear reference to China, of persistently creating procedural hurdles during the discussions on its application.
NSG may meet again to discuss entry of non-NPT signatories
The Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), whose membership India failed to get two days back, is likely to meet again before the end of the year to specially discuss the process for allowing non-NPT signatories into the 48-nation grouping, thus providing ...
NSG may meet before year-end to discuss entry of non-Non Proliferation Treaty signatories
Indias application for membership did not go through at the NSG plenary, which concluded in Seoul on Friday
NSG forms informal panel for India's bid; likely to meet again this year
There is a chance that India could be made an NSG member this year.
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Appointment of Asha Kumari as AICC in-charge of Punjab kicks up controversy

India Today 1 hour 10 minutes ago

Asha Kumari, who replaced Kamal Nath as Punjab Congress in-charge, has been convicted by a court in Chamba for forging a will, land grabbing and criminal conspiracy.
Congress appoints Asha Kumari in charge of Punjab
Asha Kumari's appointment has triggered a controversy over her conviction in a land grab case; Kumari is an MLA from Himachal Pradesh
Congress appoints convicted MLA Asha Kumari as party-in-charge of Punjab after Kamal Naths exit
Chandigarh: To fill in the position of general secretary in-charge of Punjab after Kamal Nath's resignation, the Congress has selected the former state education minister Asha Kumari. The decision to bring in the lawmaker from Himachal...
Asha Kumari appointed AICC in-charge of Punjab, triggers row
Congress today appointed party secretary Asha Kumari as its in-charge of poll-bound Punjab to succeed Kamal Nath days after he resigned following an opposition uproar but the choice triggered a controversy over her conviction in a land grab case. Kumari, who is an MLA from Dalhousie in Himachal Pradesh, was given one-year imprisonment by a Chamba court in February this year but is currently on bail. Assembly elections are due in Punjab next year. Nath, a veteran Congress leader, had to quit as AICC in- charge of Punjab within three days after his appointment this month in the wake of an uproar by BJP, SAD and AAP over his alleged role in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Kumari has served in various capacities in the party. Party sources had earlier said that in Punjab the leadership could make a temporary appointment of an existing general secretary till a decision is taken on induction of new leaders in the AICC secretariat. Kumari was convicted on February 26 in the land grab case by a Chamba court and sentenced to one year imprisonment, besides being fined Rs 8,000. The court had held her guilty of criminal conspiracy. On March 19, the Himachal Pradesh High Court suspended the one-year sentence. An AICC secretary and four-time MLA, Kumari was facing trial in the case for over a decade along with six other persons. Punjab BJP leader Vineet Joshi said the appointment was "unfortunate and disgusting". "First it was Kamal Nath and now Asha Kumari, who has been sentenced 1-year jail by court in a case of land grab that too recently. I think they dont have good leaders," he said. Nath had relinquished on June 15 the charge of Punjab after BJP, SAD and AAP stepped up their attack on the party over the appointment. He has refuted the allegations against him. Nath has said that he was "hurt" by the developments wherein an "unnecessary controversy" has been created around the "tragic" 1984 riots. The riots had followed the assassination of Indira Gandhi.
Asha Kumari appointed AICC incharge of Punjab
Her appointment is apparently aimed at avoiding any controversy ahead of the Assembly polls in Punjab next year.
Asha Kumari appointed AICC incharge of Punjab
Congress today appointed party secretary Asha Kumari as the AICC incharge of Punjab in place of Kamal Nath, who had resigned following an uproar by BJP, SAD and AAP over his alleged role in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Kumari, who is an MLA from ...
Asha Kumari appointed AICC in
Congress appointed party secretary Asha Kumari as the AICC in-charge of Punjab in place of Kamal Nath The post Asha Kumari appointed AICC in-charge of Punjab after Kamal Nath’s resignation appeared first on Firstpost .
Asha Kumari appointed AICC incharge of Punjab
Kumari is an MLA from Dalhousie in Himachal Pradesh.
Asha Kumari appointed AICC in charge of Punjab
Asha Kumari appointment is apparently aimed at avoiding any controversy ahead of the Assembly polls in Punjab next year.
Search on for Congress general secretary for Punjab
New Delhi, June 26: A search has begun for a Congress general secretary in-charge of Punjab, a post which was relinquished by senior party leader Kamal Nath following a controversy over his alleged involvement in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Another new
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Athletes Anas, Srabani, Ankit qualify for Rio Olympics

Sportskeeda.com 3 hours 51 minutes ago

New Delhi, June 26 (IANS) Quarter-miler Mohd. Anas, women’s 200 metres specialist Srabani Nanda and long jumper Ankit Sharma have secured berths in their respective pet events for Rio 2016...
Athletes Anas, Srabani, Ankit qualify for Rio Olympics
New Delhi, June 26: Quarter-miler Mohd. Anas, women's 200 metres specialist Srabani Nanda and long jumper Ankit Sharma have secured berths in their respective pet events for Rio 2016 Olympic Games.Late on Saturday night, Mohd. Anas clocked 45.40 seconds (45.40s Olympics
Rio 2016: Mohammad Anas, Ankit Sharma and Srabani Nanda qualify for Rio Olympics
Mohammad Anas and Ankit Sharma booked their Olympics tickets with national record shattering efforts while 200m specialist Srabani Nanda also qualified. The post Rio 2016: Mohammad Anas, Ankit Sharma and Srabani Nanda qualify for Rio Olympics appeared first on Firstpost .
After Dutee Chand, sprinter Srabani Nanda qualifies for Rio Olympics
Interestingly, likeDuteeChand, who has recently qualified for Rio Games,Srabanitoo is fromOdisha.
Athletes Anas, Srabani, Ankit qualify for Rio Olympics
Quarter-miler Mohd. Anas, women's 200 metres specialist Srabani Nanda and long jumper Ankit Sharma have secured berths in their respective pet events for Rio 2016 Olympic Games.Late on Saturday night, Mohd. Anas clocked 45.40 seconds (45.40s Olympics qualification) to qualify for the Rio Games. In the process, he also smashed his own national...
Double delight for Odisha as sprinter Srabani Nanda qualifies for Rio
A day after Dutee Chand from Odisha qualified for the Rio Olympics, another Odia sprinter Srabani Nanda has booked her berth for the upcoming Summer Games in the women's 200 meters category.The 26-year-old, who is from Odisha's Kandhamal district, ...
Three more Indian athletes qualify for Rio Olympics 2016
Ankit Sharma (long jump), Srabani Nanda (sprinter) and Atanu Das (Archer) qualify for Rio 2016.
Four Indians qualify for Rio Olympics
After Dutee Chand's qualification on Saturday, four more Indians have qualified for the Olympics in their respective events.
Double bonaza for Odisha, Odia sprinter Srabani Nanda qualifies for Rio Olympics
Bhubaneswar: Odia sprinter Srabani Nanda qualifies for Rio Olympics. Srabani qualifies for Olympics by covering 200m in 23.07 seconds. Yesterday Dutee Chand qualifies for Rio Olymp...
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At least 35 killed in massive fire inside tour bus in China

First Post.com 7 hours 4 minutes ago

At least 35 people were killed in a fire that reduced a tour bus to ashes and a twisted frame on Sunday morning in China's Hunan province, authorities said. The post At least 35 killed in massive...
China bus fire kills 35
At least 35 people, including two children, died after a tour bus crashed and caught fire in central China, state media reported on Sunday. The post China bus fire kills 35 appeared first on The Himalayan Times .
China bus fire kills 35
BEIJING (Reuters) - At least 35 people, including two children, died after a tour bus crashed and caught fire in central China, state media reported on Sunday.
35 killed, 20 injured in China bus fire
The accident occured in Hunan province
30 dead in China bus fire
Beijing, June 26: At least 30 persons were killed after a tour bus burst into flames in Hunan province of China on Sunday morning, authorities said.The accident happened around 10.20 a.m. (local time) when the bus carrying 56 persons crashed into
30 dead, 21 injured after bus catches fire in central China
At least 30 people were killed in a bus fire in the Chinese Hunan Province on Sunday morning.
30 dead in China bus fire
At least 30 persons were killed after a tour bus burst into flames in Hunan province of China on Sunday morning, authorities said.
30 dead in China bus fire
At least 30 persons were killed after a tour bus burst into flames in Hunan province of China on Sunday morning, authorities said.The accident happened around 10.20 a.m. (local time) when the bus carrying 56 persons crashed into the guardrails on a highway in Yizhang county, Xinhua news agency reported.The oil leak after then crash may have...
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Vijender Singh is an amateur, not in my league: Kerry Hope

First Post.com 2 hours 51 minutes ago

Australian boxer Kerry Hope has dared Indian knockout king Vijender Singh ahead of their WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight championship title to be held at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex. The post...
Boxer Hope challenges Vijender ahead of title bout
Former European middleweight champion Kerry Hope of Australia has thrown a challenge to Indian boxing star Vijender Singh ahead of their WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight championship title to be held at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex here on July 16.Hope, who is currently training hard in Wales, comes into the title fight against Vijender with...
Vijender Singh is an amateur, not in my league: Kerry Hope
Vijenderhas a huge fan following in India but Kerry said in any sport, athlete needs experience not support of crowd.
Vijender is an amateur, not in my league: Kerry Hope
New Delhi: Former European champion and an experienced Australian boxer Kerry Hope has dared Indian knockout king Vijender Singh ahead of their WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight championship title to be held at the Thyagaraj...
Vijender Singh is an amateur, not in my league: Kerry Hope
New Delhi, June 26: Former European champion and an experienced Australian boxer Kerry Hope has dared Indian knockout king Vijender Singh ahead of their WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight championship title to be held at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex here on
Vijender is an amateur, not in my league, says Kerry
WBC Asian Boxing Council champion Kerry Hope comes into the title fight against Vijender with an impressive record of 23 wins.
Vijender is an amateur, not in my league: Kerry
Former European champion and an experienced Australian boxer Kerry Hope has dared Indian knockout king Vijender Singh ahead of their WBO Asia Pacific Super Middleweight championship title to be held at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex here on July 16. ...
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Yashwant Sinha flays government on NSG fiasco

Prokerala 1 hour 33 minutes ago

Senior BJP leader and former Union Minister Yashwant Sinha on Sunday flayed the Narendra Modi government for the fiasco on NSG membership in Seoul."India has shown so much keenness and desperation...
After Congress, BJP veteran Yashwant Sinha flays Modi's NSG strategy
Sinha said India stood to "lose and not gain" by becoming a member of the 48-nation grouping.
BJP leader Yashwant Sinha flays Modi govt over NSG issue
New Delhi: Former External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha today flayed the Narendra Modi government over its vigorous push to get NSG membership, saying there was no need for it and India should not have gone...
BJP leader Yashwant Sinha takes on Modi on NSG fiasco, slams India's Pakistan policy
Former external affairs minister Yashwant Sinha said India should not accept NSG membership as it has already got what it needs.
BJP leader Yashwant Sinha flays Modi govt over NSG issue
He said India should not accept NSG membership as it has already got what it needs.
India should not accept the NSG membership: BJP veteran Yashwant Sinha
Former External Affairs Minister Yashwant Sinha on Sunday flayed the Narendra Modi government over its vigorous push to get NSG membership, saying there was no need for it and India should not have gone to the elite grouping as an "applicant". The post India should not accept the NSG membership: BJP veteran Yashwant Sinha appeared first on Firstpost .
BJP leader Yashwant Sinha flays Modi govt over NSG issue
Former Finance Minister says India should not accept NSG membership as it has already got what it needs
Even if accepted in NSG, India will be the loser: Yashwant Sinha
Senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Yashwant Sinha on Sunday said India would be the loser even if it was now accepted into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). Would like to say strongly that India must not accept NSG membership, there is no need to go there as an applicant, he said. If today we get the NSG membership, we will be the loser. It will be a loss for ...
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J&K attack on CRPF men an act of frustration: Parrikar

Prokerala 3 hours 52 minutes ago

Condemning the terrorist attack on a CRPF bus near Pampore in Jammu and Kashmir a day earlier, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Sunday said it is an act of frustration and assured the...
Doubt if SOP was followed properly: Parrikar on Pampore attack
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar today expressed doubt if the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) was followed properly by the bus-borne CRPF personnel at Pampore in Jammu and Kashmir who were attacked by terrorists leading to eight jawans being killed. He said he "doubted if the SOP was followed properly" while noting that the clear picture will emerge after the inquiry. "We will only get to know the exact reason after the inquiry," Parrikar told reporters here. The minister termed the killing of CRPF personnel at Pampore as an act of "frustration" on part of Pakistani terrorists several of whom were killed by Indian forces in past one year. "In last one year, we have eliminated over 25 terrorist from Pakistan who had infiltrated into our country. It was an act of frustration," he said. Eight Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed and 21 others wounded when terrorists rained bullets on the bus carrying them in Pulwama district yesterday.
Attack on CRPF convoy a desperate attempt to create problems: Kiren Rijiju
Eight CRPF personnel were yesterday killed and 21 others critically wounded when terrorists rained bullets on a bus carrying them at Pampore attack.
Attack on CRPF convoy a desperate attempt to create problems: MoS Kiren Rijiju
Describing the killing of eight CRPF troopers by terrorists in Srinagar as "desperate attempts to create problems for the country", Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju on Sunday said the government is committed to ensuring peace and security and necessary action will be taken.
Attack on CRPF troopers is a 'desperate attempt to create problems for the country': Kiren Rijiju
Describing the killing of eight CRPF troopers by terrorists in Srinagar as "desperate attempts to create problems for the country", Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju on Sunday said the government is committed to ensuring peace and security and necessary action will be taken. The post Attack on CRPF troopers is a ‘desperate attempt to create problems for the country’: Kiren Rijiju appeared first on Firstpost .
Desperate attempt to create problems, says Rijju
Eight CRPF personnel were killed and 21 others critically injured when terrorists rained bullets on a bus carrying them at Pampore.
Attack on CRPF convoy a desperate attempt to create problems
Describing the killing of eight CRPF troopers by terrorists in Srinagar as "desperate attempts to create problems for the country", Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju today said the government is committed to ensuring peace and security ...
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Mohammad Anas qualifies for Rio Olympics in men's 400m race

MSN India 1 hour 52 minutes ago

Indian quartermiler Mohammad Anas qualified for the Rio Olympics by shattering the men's 400m national record on the second day of Polish Athletics Championship at Bydgoszcz.
Three more Indian athletes qualify for Rio Olympics
The qualifying mark for the Olympics in women's200mis 23.20secs.
Three more athletes qualify for Rio Olympics
Athletics is set to contribute the second biggest number of members in India's Rio Olympics contingent after hockey
Anas qualifies for Rio Olympics men's 400m race, becomes 100th India to qualify
New Delhi, June 26: Indian quartermiler Mohammad Anas qualified for the Rio Olympics by shattering the men's 400m national record on the second day of Polish Athletics Championship at Bydgoszcz. 21-year-old Anas clocked 45.40secs, the exact Rio qualification timing, to book
Indian contingent reaches 100 for the first time as Mohammad Anas qualifies for Rio Olympics
New Delhi: After shattering the mens 400m national record, Indian quarter-miler Mohammad Anas not only qualified for the Rio Olympics but also took the strength of the Indian contingent at Olympics to 100 for the...
Mohammad Anas qualifies for Rio Olympics mens 400m race
Indian quartermiler Mohammad Anas qualified for the Rio Olympics by shattering the mens 400m national record on the second day of Polish Athletics Championship at Bydgoszcz. 21-year-old Anas clocked...
Anas qualifies for Rio Olympics men's 400m race
Indian quartermiler Mohammad Anas qualified for the Rio Olympics by shattering the mens 400m national record on the second day of Polish Athletics Championship at Bydgoszcz. 21-year-old Anas clocked 45.40secs, the exact Rio qualification timing, to book the Olympics ticket last night and become the 21st Indian track and field athlete to qualify for the upcoming Games. The Kerala athlete shattered his own national record of 45.44secs which he set on Friday on the first day of the same competition at this Polish city. Rajiv Arokia, whose national record of 45.47secs Anas broke on Friday, finished second with a timing of 45.60secs. Anas had won a silver in the Federation Cup National Athletics Championships here in April with a timing of 45.74secs.
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Scottish leader threatens to veto Brexit

MSN India 2 hours 30 minutes ago

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says her government may use legal means to block Britain's exit from the EU
Scottish leader Sturgeon may try to block 'Brexit' as turmoil spreads
Scottish minister Sturgeon said that she would advise the Scottish Parliament to not give "legislative consent" to British EU exit.
Scotland's Parliament could block Brexit, says Nicola Sturgeon
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Sunday said Scotland's Parliament could attempt to block the UK's exit from the European Union.Sturgeon said "of course" she would ask lawmakers sitting in the parliament to decline to give their "legislative consent" to Brexit, blocking any attempt by the British government in London to proceed with a...
Scotland could veto Brexit laws to protect its interests - Sturgeon
LONDON (Reuters) - Scotland's parliament would consider blocking legislation on Britain's exit from the European Union if that were necessary to protect Scottish interests, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Sunday.
UK that Scotland voted to stay in does not exist any more: Nicola Sturgeon
The Britain that Scotland voted to stay a part of in a 2014 referendum "does not exist any more," Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said. The post UK that Scotland voted to stay in does not exist any more: Nicola Sturgeon appeared first on Firstpost .
'UK that Scotland voted to stay in does not exist any more'
London, Jun 26: The Britain that Scotland voted to stay a part of in a 2014 referendum "does not exist any more", Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said today following Britain's vote to leave the European Union. "The UK that Scotland
'UK that Scotland voted to stay in does not exist any more'
The Britain that Scotland voted to stay a part of in a 2014 referendum "does not exist any more", Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said today following Britain's vote to leave the European Union. "The UK that Scotland voted to stay in in ...
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China: Fierce tornado, hailstorm leave 99 dead, 846 injured

IndiaTV News 7 hours 52 minutes ago

Beijing: Weather in China was at its most destructive mode on Thursday when a fierce tornado and hailstorm struck Jiangsu province and left 99 dead and 846 injured. Turned out to be the deadliest...
China: Tornado kills at least 99 in Jiangsu
The city government said 1,591 homeless victims are staying in temporary shelters
Death toll in tornado-hit Jiangsu province of China rises to 99
The death toll from a fierce tornado and hailstorm in China's Jiangsu province rose to 99, with 846 others injured, officials said on Sunday. The post Death toll in tornado-hit Jiangsu province of China rises to 99 appeared first on Firstpost .
China tornado, hailstorm toll rises to 99, at least 840 injured
The death toll from a fierce tornado and hailstorm in China`s Jiangsu province rose to 99, with 846 others injured, officials said on Sunday.
China tornado, hailstorm toll rises to 99
Beijing, June 26: The death toll from a fierce tornado and hailstorm in China's Jiangsu province rose to 99, with 846 others injured, officials said on Sunday.The deadliest tornado recorded in the area since 1966 was accompanied by strong and gusty
China tornado, hailstorm toll rises to 99
The death toll from a fierce tornado and hailstorm in China's Jiangsu province rose to 99, with 846 others injured, officials said on Sunday.
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