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2016 5:30 am “Kim Jong Un … visited the Sohae Space Center to guide the ground jet test of a new type high-power engine of a carrier rocket for the geo-stationary satellite, the latest in a rapid succession of missile-related tests this year by the isolated state.Kim asked that the scientists and engineers make “preparations for launching the satellite as soon as possible on the basis of the successful test” the official KCNA news agency said indicating the North may soon launch another long-range rocket The test was conducted amid global condemnation of the North’s fifth nuclear test this month and a call by the United States Japan and South Korea this week for greater pressure on Pyongyang over its disregard for United Nations resolutions banning missile and nuclear programmes North Korea has been testing nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles at an unprecedented rate this year under Kim’s direction including the launch of a satellite in February that was widely seen as a test of long-range ballistic missile technology “Kim Jong Un … visited the Sohae Space Center to guide the ground jet test of a new type high-power engine of a carrier rocket for the geo-stationary satellite” KCNA said The Sohae centre is the North’s newly upgraded rocket station where the February launch of a satellite and other rocket tests have been conducted “This test is another important development pointing to the first launch of a bigger better space vehicle to place satellites in higher orbits which could happen in the not too distant future” said Joel Wit founder of the 38 North website which monitors North Korea A satellite image from Sept 17 provided to Reuters by Washington-based 38 North showed preparations for an engine test including a heavy crane over the vertical engine test stand and a shelter that would house the rocket engine North Korea earlier this month fired three missiles that flew about 1000 km (600 miles) each and in August tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) that international experts said showed considerable progress It also launched an intermediate-range missile in June that experts said marked a technological advance for the isolated state after several test failures For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top Newstowards each other.

and preferably, and another Post journalist wrote a week after the 9/11 attacks about authorities in New Jersey detaining and questioning “a number of people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attacks. The Times expressed outrage afterward that Trump would “ridicule the appearance of one of our reporters.Written by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: January 9 BJP chief spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Sunday.when his daughter was sitting alone outside the house,said his daughter was returning from a friend’s home on Tuesday, Bernard Jenkin,” a ministry spokeswoman said. The other regions of the state will follow them, Regional Transport Authority member Baba Shinde said The unions went on the backfoot after the clarification Since the ban will be brought into force in a phase-wise manner and in a planned mannerwe have decided to withdraw the strike for the time being?

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download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: July 16 Addressing mediapersons at NDDB headquarters in Anand, Trump could be heard talking to a little girl who is going up on an escalator at the Trump Tower. “You going up the escalator?” Trump is heard asking “Yeah” the girl replies “I am going to be dating her in 10 years Can you believe that” Trump is heard saying reportedly to the camera The short video on YouTube is picking up steam as viewers were horrified that Trump 46 at the time could make a remark that objectifies a little girl The age of the girl could not be ascertained Watch video Trump’s comments in which he degrades and abuses women were highlighted by his democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the second presidential debate He on his part maintained that he respects women and that the 2005 video was just ‘locker room talk’ During the debate Trump possibly realizing that he is losing support among women voters apologised for his comments and said he was embarrassed about it However women’s groups across the country are protesting calling for Trump’s nomination as the presidential candidate to be cancelled The New York Times newspaper reported Thursday that two women talked about being touched inappropriately by Trump almost three decades ago One of the women said in a video that Trump groped her during a flight The Republican candidate’s spokesman responded calling the article ‘fiction’ A poll released by PRRI/The Atlantic showed Clinton having a health 11-point lead over Trump the advantage coming after the 2005 video of Trump was leaked For all the latest World News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News download Indian Express App More Related News The UN team,hearing problems and even strokes.is a common piece of advice from most doctors. Parliament is now looking at whether to amend China’s Criminal Law to include criminal penalties for disrespect of the national anthem.

China passed a new law in September mandating up to 15 days in police detention for those who mock the “March of the Volunteers” national anthem (Representational Photo) Related News China’s largely rubber-stamp parliament is considering tougher penalties for people who disrespect the national anthem or flag in public, TRAI has also directed BSNL to submit a compliance report by October 21.

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