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63, Trump told Abe “he is looking forward to his visit to Japan," Niroshan Dickwella,Port Elizabeth: Published Date: Aug 24,Republicans working with Trump on ‘shared goals’ – McConnell | Reuters World Reuters Aug 24 As part of the course,camera handling, said the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF). The man alleged to be a gold smuggler was caught by the CISF Saturday after he returned to the airport attempting to retrieve a gold bar that he had dropped the previous day while exiting According to the CISF the accused Kerala native Rashid Ibrahim Abdulla arrived in Mumbai Friday on-board Air Arabia flight G9-401 from Sharjah While exiting the multi- level car park on level two of the new Terminal 2 a gold bar fell from Abdulla’s shoe A CISF constable spotted a small packet wrapped in sliver foil at the base of an escalator on level two and immediately alerted the CISF control room “We suspected at first that it might be an explosive and had it tested with an Explosives Trace Detector (ETD) machine We had it scanned twice just to be sure It was then confirmed the object was a gold bar” said Ravindra Kumar Deputy Inspector General CISF For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Raakhi Jagga | Ludhiana | Published: September 13 2012 3:37 am Related News Shoe manufacturerswholesalers and retailers will observe a complete strike on September 14 across Punjab in support of their demands Addressing a press conference on TuesdayShoe Merchants Association of Punjab Spokesperson Harpreet Singh said that the state government had recently increased VAT on footwear as a result of which the footwear industry was in crisis He said that earlier there was a 55 per cent VAT on items except leather-made ones and 125 per cent on leather made items Furtherhe revealed that now the state government had introduced 55 per cent VAT and 10 per cent surcharge (total 605 per cent) on all footwear on the sale price upto Rs 250 He added that 13 per cent VAT and 10 per cent surcharge (total 1430 per cent) on all footwear on the sale price above Rs 250 had been introduced Does the state government now want to steal chappals from the common man?he remarked Comparing the Punjab government with that of the neighbouring stateshe said that footwear up to a sale price of Rs 500 were exempted from tax in the states of RajasthanHaryanaDelhi and Uttar Pradesh He pointed out that the footwear industry could not flourish with the policies of the state government in Punjab Singh informed that a 21-member committee has been constituted to run a peaceful agitation in Punjab He said that the footwear industry across Punjab would observe a complete strike on September 14 He added that they would stage protest demonstrations at all the district headquarters on that day They would be constrained to chalk out a further strategy for continuing the agitation if the state government did not accede to their demands He said they demanded that the new system of taxes should be rolled back and there should be no tax on sale prices of up to Rs 500 Replying to a questionhe said that there were about 1 lakh footwear manufacturing units in Punjab Of them20000 were located in Ludhiana city alone He said a fresh notification of taxes was issued in first week of this month He believed that the footwear industry of Punjab would become uncompetitive in case their demands were not met by the state government The 21-members action committee comprising of presidents and vice presidents of different cities of Punjab was constituted as under: Harpreet Singh and Rajinder Sachdeva from LudhianaDavinder Singh from JalandharRajesh SachdevaRaman and Khem Singh Sadana from AmritsarAshok Gulbadar from FazilkaSubash Madan from MuktsarSunil Challana from MaloutGian Chand Garg from DhuriRuldu Ram from BarnalaDavinder Khultham from PhagwaraJoginder Pal Gupta from KhannaParveen from KotkapuraAshok Ji from MansaChandan Juneja from AboharIshu Kumar from JalalabadNaresh Kumar Hans from RajpuraJoginder Pal Gupta from KhannaJ S Bindra from HoshiarpurRaj Gera from SunamKewal Krishan from Bathindaand Prince Narula from Faridkot For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related News "These resolutions determined that our nuclear tests and satellite launches pose threats to international peace and security.

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