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Protest in Malaysia on Internal Security Act

Protesters defying government warnings, in Kuala Lumpur city found 15,000 protestors on streets in response to the call by the opposition, to repeal the draconian law.Police spokesman said 430 people including 37 women and 38 children had been arrested, amidst chaotic scenes in downtown area of the through Kuala Lumpur city.The protes has been against Internal Security Act is a preventive detention law in force in Malaysia.Under this act any person may be detained by the police for up to 60 days without trial for an act which allegedly prejudices the security of the country. After 60 days, one may be further detained for a period of two years each, to be approved by the Minister of Home Affairs, thus making indefinite detention without trial.

Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak denounced the protest saying it was unnecessary as he had already announced to review the Internal Security Act (ISA), a hangover from colonial times.

People from early morning began gathering at city’s main mosque, s…

Anand Sharma positive Doha talks

2009-07-30 09:53:08 - We uphold,What concerns and we donot bargain were the confident words at FICCI hall in front of glaxy of foreign dignatories and press for the talk on Doha talks.

WTO,negotiation on going Doha talks to balance the deformity in International talks has failed to keep its promise from last eight years.Federal minister Mr Anand Sharma with more efforts to spread the canvas of talks and accessibility to other vulnerable and poor countries with their subject catching the developing and the developed world to give International trade a benfits at global scale.

Federal Minister Anand Sharma said India is committed to Doha to reach to successful conlusion,the words pause,logjams used by various brain may find the September India initiative re-energies,reinvent,to reactivate to various ministries of other countries for the betterment of all 153 member nation.

Senior official engage for negotiation at Doha talks to bring process to right conclusions for global commerce to be e…

India's launch of 'INS Arihant'

27.07.2009 17:36:01 A Pakistan Navy spokesman told reporters that India's launch of a nuclear submarine was "a destabilising step which would jeopardise the security paradigm of the entire Indian Ocean region".

( - Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh launched indigenously built nuclear-powered submarine with Russian assisstance puts India as only the sixth country with nuclear powered submarines after US, Russia, France, Britain and China.

The Arihant submarine will be armed with torpedoes and missiles, including 12 ballistic missiles, can be armed with cruise missiles, the paper said. It is powered by an

85-MW reactor, and can reach a submerged speed of 44 km/h (24 knots). It will carry 95 crewmembers.

The long-running project to build the submarine, completed with Russian help, is part of a $2.9-billion plan to build five submarines.
Pakistan today termed the induction of an indigenously-built nuclear-powered submarine by India as a "destabilising step" …