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Philippines' Duterte says won't declare martial law, but can if wants to

Won't declare martial law, says Philippines' Duterte

AFP | Last Updated: Wednesday, January 18, 2017 - 17:10 Manila: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday appeared to rule out declaring martial law, but said he could do so if he wished, and anyone questioning his justification should "shut up" and ... Zee News, 2 months ago

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Philippines' Duterte pleads with mayors to stop extremists, threatens martial law

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday pleaded for help from mayors in Muslim parts of the south to deal with Islamist militants, and threatened to impose martial law there if the problem is not tackled.
 DNA2 weeks ago Philippines' Duterte threatens martial law  Business Standard2 months ago Philippines President threatens martial law against drugs menace  Prokerala2 months ago

Singapore considers harsher penalties for child sex crimes after public outcry

Singapore is considering harsher punishments for sex offences against minors, the law minister said, after a U. S. martial arts instructor was jailed for four years for having consensual sex with two 15-year-olds, prompting a rare public outcry.
 DNA2 weeks ago

Zulfikar Bhutto was closely watched by Pak army: Declassified CIA documents

It highlights Bhutto's continuation of martial law as 'one of the most testy issues' for his govt
 Business Standard2 months ago Declassified CIA documents say Zulfikar Bhutto was closely watched by Pak Army  Sify2 months ago

Philippines' Duterte says he may impose martial law if drug problem 'virulent'

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said he would impose martial law if the drug problem became "very virulent", just a month after dismissing as "nonsense" any suggestion he might do so. Duterte has made a brutal war on drugs a central pillar of his ...
 Reuters2 months ago Philippines' Rodrigo Duterte says he may impose martial law if drug problem 'virulent'  DNA2 months ago

UK soldier wins appeal of Taliban war crime conviction

A London court today reduced the conviction of a British soldier found guilty of killing an injured Taliban fighter to manslaughter from murder, in a high-profile case that has divided the country. Alexander Blackman is currently in jail for shooting the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Why UP's new CM must improve life in the east

There is nothing the young Purvanchali wants more desperately than to escape to a place with less hopelessness, and some opportunity, discovers Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: A filthy toilet next to the encephalitis ward at the BRD Hospital in Gorakhpur during the encephalitis epidemic in October 2011. Photograph: Nishi Tiwari/ Badlands is one of those familiar Americanisms, like ballpark, Wild West and gentrification that feature in our usage more as malapropisms. In Uttar Pradesh, many ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Another BSF jawan posts video on poor rations, forced to be sahayak

Another BSF jawan has uploaded a video alleging they are given poor quality fruits and vegetables in many units. According to a CNN-News18 report, Jawan Sindhav Jogidas has alleged that he was forced to be a Sahayak as a punishment for joining late.Yaha ke kuchh officers ne apne jawano ko apna ghulam samajh ke rakha hai. Jawano ko sab kuchh majboori me karna padta hai aur jo mooh kholta hai, mara jaata hai kyuki sena ka samvidhan bahut hi tough hai (Some of the officers treat their ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Bahrain parliament approves military trials for civilians

Bahrain has approved a constitutional change allowing military courts to try civilians, a move widely criticized by activists. The island's 40-member Consultative Council, the upper house of the Bahraini parliament appointed by King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Taiwan's Chiang Kai-shek hall removes souvenirs of ex-leader

A Taiwanese memorial hall named after Chiang Kai-shek has stopped selling souvenirs depicting the former nationalist leader, authorities said today, as the island deals with the "deep scar" left by his rule. The decision comes as Taiwan prepares to mark the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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