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China had to face the humiliation of witnessing an erstwhile tributary (Japan) becoming a global economic power.refused to call the strike off, (Source: Reuters) Top News The Rio 2016 organising committee is making new flags for China after Chinese citizens watching the ceremony on television complained that the stars were incorrectly positioned. Flying to Nairobi. Performing there tomw for a Charity event #workmode pictwittercom/l5Cz9bwSyj — SHILPA SHETTY KUNDRA (@TheShilpaShetty) April 29 2016 The actress added: “Wishing Bipasha Basu and Karan a happy married life filled with trust love and friendship…Celebrations” Wishing @bipashabasu and Karan a happy married life filled with trust love and friendship#Celebrations pictwittercom/RqLf9OUF5p — SHILPA SHETTY KUNDRA (@TheShilpaShetty) April 29 2016 Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: April 16 2016 3:58 am Top News Six persons arrested in a recent cow slaughter case in Sangrur have revealed that they were working for someone called Mohammad Saleem alias Kaka Khussewal Saleem a Malerkotla based resident have over 20 FIRs against him since 2002 in various police stations the police said They also added that of the 20 cases registered against him two were for cow slaughtering Most of the FIRs were regarding snatching at gunpoint robbery arms act FIR snatching of car and one FIR was under the NDPS Act Share This Article Related Article Once in 2008 he was booked for slaughter and in 2012 he was caught slaughtering cows inside a bone mill at Joga in Mansa district Kaka Saleem had been arrested later in this case but was out on bail and hence was involved again in this heinous crime confirmed the local police Meanwhile Gau Raksha Dal members have said that they will stage statewide protests statewide over cow slaughtering later selling cow meat to earn money According to the police the accused will be produced in court Saturday morningwhere police will be seeking their police remand to get more details For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Top NewsCanberra:Australia’s ruling party will attempt to resolve bitter internal differences over gay marriage at a special meeting on Monday aimed at containing a rift that threatens the prime minister’s leadership Finding policy agreement on the issue is a test of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s authority over his government which has trailed the centre-left opposition Labour Party for months in opinion polls The conservative Liberal Party-led coalition was narrowly re-elected at elections in July 2016with a promise to let voters decide whether Australia should recognise same-sex marriage through a popular vote But the Senate would not allow the so-called plebiscite which would have cost 160 million Australian dollars ($127 million) and the result could have been ignored by lawmakers when deciding how to vote on gay marriage legislation in the Parliament File image of Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull Reuters Liberal Senator Dean Smith a gay man who opposed legalising same-sex marriage when he was appointed to the Senate in 2012 has drafted a bill to allow gay marriage now and wants his fellow Liberal lawmakers to be allowed to vote on it according to their consciences rather than to according to party policy "It’s time for the party to put the matter to rest once and for all" Smith told reporters on Monday Gay marriage opponents including former Prime Minister Tony Abbott who initiated the plebiscite policy two year ago argue that the government must stick to its election promise that marriage law would not be changed without a national vote "The last thing Australia needs is government by opinion poll" Abbott wrote in The Australian "But neither do we need political parties that believe one thing one minute and the opposite the next" he added Other lawmakers have proposed a postal plebiscite in which voters mailed in their opinions instead of using ballot boxes as a cheaper option that would not need the Senate to approve the expense Opponents argue that the postal option would also need Senate approval and have warned of a court challenge Gay marriage campaigner Anna Brown said her advocacy group The Equality Campaign would seek a High Court injunction to prevent any postal plebiscite "The government needs to think very carefully before it expends up to 100 million Australian dollars of taxpayer dollars when it could resolve this issue in Parliament as soon as this week" Brown said Smith’s supporters could present his gay marriage bill to Parliament this week regardless of his party’s policy decision on Monday? 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