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and tell them why he wants their vote. it wasn’t clear whether the neurons that respond to itch are unique, Maas said he expected the coming discussions to be "difficult" but gave no details. in?71. "We are doing a fantastic job. Reuters A few protests against atrocities in India turned violent after the tricolour was torn down from one of the official flagpoles set up for all 53 Commonwealth countries."We have expressed our concerns with the British authorities and they have apologised for the incident We have been warning against some of these elements out to make trouble and they have assured us of action The Indian flag has now been replaced" a senior Indian official associated with the prime minister’s visit said "Protests and demonstrations are part and parcel of any democratic society as long as they remain peaceful There are now concerns that some of the more aggressive elements hijacked the tone of the protests" the official added TheMetropolitan Police had issued a statement saying that "Police is investigating the incident in Parliament Square where the Indian flag was pulled down at 1500 (UK time) on Wednesday 18 April The flag has been replaced There have been no arrests Enquiries continue" A UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) spokesperson said "While people have the right to hold peaceful protests we are disappointed with the action taken by a small minority in Parliament Square and contacted high commissioner Yashvardhan Kumar Sinha as soon as we were made aware "The visit to the UK by Prime Minister Modi has strengthened our relationship with India and we look forward to working even more closely together on a number of important areas" A senior broadcast journalist from one of the leading Indian media channels covering the protests was caught in a violent scrum with some of the more aggressive pro-Khalistani protesters and Scotland Yard officers on duty had to step-in to the rescue The group is planning to file a complaint with the Metropolitan Police on the incident Ashis Ray president of the Indian Journalists Association (IJA) raised the issue of attacks on journalists with Scotland Yard and the foreign office and called on the police to book the assailants He said in a statement: “Reports of intimidation against and manhandling of a few of our members by political protesters in central London on 18 April have been brought to our notice IJA’s constitution obliges the organisation to defend the right of our members to freely discharge their professional duties “Therefore IJA strongly condemns the threats and violence faced by concerned members from anti-India demonstrators We also call upon the British police to bring to book wrongdoers upon receiving any complaint on the matter from our members” The pro-Khalistani demonstrators from Sikh Federation UK and demonstrators from the so-called "Minorities Against Modi" group led by Pakistani-origin peer Lord Ahmed were among nearly 500 protesters who descended upon Parliament Square These included groups led by some Kashmiri separatist groups and at one point some of them had surrounded the Mahatma Gandhi statue at the square with their banners and flags On the other side the anti-Modi protesters from Caste Watch UK and South Asia Solidarity group waved banners such as ‘Modi you have blood on your hands’ and ‘Modi Not Welcome’ "Hindu nationalism must be curtailed to avert India sliding towards wholesale dictatorship threatening democratic fabric rule of law and the unity of India" a Caste Watch UK spokesperson said They were joined by other protestors carrying images the eight-year-old rape victim from Kathua in Jammu and Kashmir and Gauri Lankesh the Indian journalist who was shot at her doorstep last year The group also included representatives of several Indian women’s groups in the UK wearing white as part of their silent protest against “atrocities that are taking place in India” "I am Hindustan I am ashamed" read their placards alongside banners such as ‘Beti Bachao’ and ‘Politics minus rape’ While theprotests were on in Parliament Square and Downing Street British prime minister Theresa May did not respond inside Parliament to a ruling party MP who asked her to condemn messages by anti-India groups against Modi on customised vans moving around central London According to Hindustan Times Conservative Party MP Bob Blackman asked May: “Will my right hon friend take the opportunity to condemn absolutely the mobile billboards that are going around London attacking our good friend Prime Minister Modi and will she congratulate and thank the 17 million members of the Indian diaspora on their contribution to the work of this country” May did not mention the anti-Modi billboards but said: "India is indeed a good friend of the UK and the Indian diaspora here in the UK plays an enormous role and makes an enormous contribution to our society and our economy” She added "When I spoke to Prime Minister Modi we discussed how we can encourage and increase the links and development between our two countries" Afzal Khan Labour MP from Manchester mentioned the protests and asked her: “This week the UK becomes the chair of the Commonwealth Many of us will have walked past demonstrations outside Parliament on the issue of Kashmir and I understand that the prime minister will be presented with a petition “The stalemate in the bilateral talks between India and Pakistan has failed to deliver any solution to this major nuclear flashpoint How will she use the UK’s new position to boldly pursue peace and human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir” May reiterated London’s stance on the issue: “I am sure that it is a matter of concern not only to him but to a number of his constituents We continue to take the view that the best resolution of this issue is for India and Pakistan themselves to come together and resolve the matter That will be the way to resolve it that will actually ensure the sustainability of a resolution” With inputs from PTI This avatar could help you perfect your smile By Kai SinclairJun 28 2017 2:00 PM Looking for the perfect smile to impress your friends and co-workers A new computer program could help In a new study researchers created a lifelike human avatar (pictured) and made it smile in dozens of different ways in front of volunteers It turns out there isn’t one most successful smile but many within an optimal range the team reports today in PLOS ONE The volunteers found slightly asymmetrical smiles more attractive than perfectly symmetrical ones for example and favored very wide smiles sporting fewer teeth over wide smiles with many teeth exposed Researchers expected the volunteers to perceive most smiles as happy ones but smaller less curved smiles were seen as contemptuous The findings could help medical professionals get facial paralysis patients their most successful smiles back Just in time for Black Friday and the holiday shopping season the measure will make the worker-friendly city even friendlier Hours before retail employees punch in for their stores hectic Thanksgiving and Black Friday shifts the San Francisco Board of Supervisors approved new protections for the citys retail workers The supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday afternoon in favor of measures aimed at giving retail staffers more predictable schedules and access to extra hours The ordinances will require businesses to post workers schedules at least two weeks in advance Workers will receive compensation for last-minute schedule changes "on-call" hours and instances in which theyre sent home before completing their assigned shifts Businesses must also offer existing part-time workers additional hours before hiring new employees and they are required to give part-timers and full-timers equal access to scheduling and time-off requests The legislation will apply to retail chains with 20 or more locations nationally or worldwide and that have at least 20 employees in San Francisco under one management system David Chiu president of the Board of Supervisors told Fortune on Tuesday that the proposal will affect approximately 5% of the citys workforce The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce has opposed the bill arguing that it is too onerous for business owners In particular the Chamber has taken issue with the limits the new requirements will impose on employers staffing decisions Now that it has board approval the proposal just needs the signature of Mayor Ed Lee a Democrat to become law Even if the mayor rejects the legislation which is unlikely the measure has enough support among the citys supervisors to override a veto While the action San Francisco is set to take on workers behalf is the first of its kind one aspect of the legislation has precedent Last year voters in SeaTac Wash approved a measure that requires companies to offer more hours to part-time workers before they hire new employees They voted for it as part of a ballot initiative to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour one of the nations highest rates If San Franciscos retail worker bill becomes law it will make a city already known as worker-friendly even more so Earlier this month 59% of voters cast ballots in favor of increasing San Franciscos current minimum wage of $1074 to $15 by 2017 San Franciscos proposal takes sharp aim at employers tendency to schedule workers hours with little noticea practice especially prevalent in retail Earlier this year University of Chicago professors found that employers determined the work schedules of about half of young adults without employee input which resulted in part-time schedules that fluctuated between 17 and 28 hours per week Forty-seven percent of employees ages 26 to 32 who work part time receive one week or less in advance notice of the hours theyre expected to work according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Congress attempted to tackle this issue at the federal level in July when they proposed legislation that would give retail workers more predictable hours "Workers need scheduling predictability so they can arrange for child care pick up kids from school or take an elderly parent to the doctor" co-sponsor Representative George Miller a Democrat from California said at the time But the "Schedules that Work" bill has gone nowhere since it was introduced This article originally appeared on Fortunecom Contact us at [email protected] if approved,a Abena over his defection from Labour Party [LP] to Action Congress of Nigeria [ACN]. his would be a losing stance.

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