18 Burst results for "Muslim League"

"muslim league" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The way from warm to tell you. For them. He's this the best Champions League, Abe. Oh. Please. Easel only helps obsession with ever never. Everything up to try to figure out what just happened to. Partic- among the top five managers in the world. Yes. Why? We talked to Mike after all who. Absolutely. What he's done with. He was five before when today. So. Yeah. Abel's? Unless he shot his poa run draw for one. Oh, yeah. There's an argument to save pardon is doing as much as any on the monitoring an angle. Spending. Plan to windows. Just one hundred four. About the window on this just us to. Expects an old English. Right Balik final to God trouble. Right. What's we have that? For the next eight months. We're going to be talking about which league is best league looked proof positive and all that another thing. Yeah. We do we say at what you said Ella drawn fit concept. I said months when the league. Yeah. When the league, and then you're gonna have a livable Spurs Champions League final. Also Chelsea rope league. Final mansion night fans go give up anyway, don't want pretty much. Hi high. Okay. All trust. Fill. You know me. Anyone statement? For the first time. know me. Anyone statement? For the first time. Edward everything. The voice of everything on the control tomorrow that we looking back at those Europa league matches Muslim League fine. Let Let me come me back. come back. How many days we'll find out?

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"muslim league" Discussed on The Anthill

The Anthill

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on The Anthill

"Whether the dividing line between the two countries would be a British judge called Cyril. Radcliffe was brought out. India to draw it up, but he only had a few weeks to identify and secure agreement from all sides, and he later admitted he'd relied on out of date, maps and census materials the result. Was that too key provinces Punjab and Bengal what each split into Sarah says that religious concerns was central to partition and what happened after it large numbers of Indian Muslims felt sufficiently concerned about what the future political arrangements in. India would mean for them as a perpetual, minority that say within this new political unit, and it was that concerned that the Muslim League was able to tap into and win support from in its negotiations with the British and the congress over what would happen at independence. However, we must be careful that we don't assume that I. All Muslims in India before August, nineteen forty seven supported partition. That was definitely not the case. And it was only very late in the day that the Muslim League was able to win support from majority Muslim provinces for this. I suppose kind of negotiated outcome. So injured it wasn't simply a case of a Muslim Hindu divide. No. As Sarah says, it was definitely not the case that all Muslims. India supported partition. It's very hard. Of course, to know, the exact numbers that supported many Muslims chose to stay in India and not to migrate at all to Pakistan, which is why today they make up such a substantial minority of about fourteen percent of India's population. According to the two thousand eleven senses. What we do know is that petition brought. With it a huge amount of uncertainty and violence in a summer of intense, confusion and human suffering. We don't know how many people precisely migrated. But maybe as many as fourteen million people rooted themselves and crossed what they thought we're going to be the new borders in order to reach a place of greater safety. So that's probably still the largest migration the world has yet seen and as part of that large numbers of people died, maybe as many as a million in the figures are not precise because of the confusion of the time.

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"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Business deals on energy mineral resources, sports, and others worth billions of dollars the crown prince's damaged international reputation seems in no way to have affected the red carpet treatment, he's being given in Pakistan, which is in dire need of foreign investment. Zayd bow Budgie runs an international geopolitical advisory firm based here in London called Hardcastle. It's about money, and it's also about military cooperation, I mean for the Saudis, that's the essence of this relationship. Th relationship is an old one Saudi Arabia had frequent contact with the Muslim League prior to independence and its retain those since so the crown prince has put forward an initial phase one twenty billion dollar investment program. However. In days gone by this would have been incredible. I mean in two thousand fifteen they offered one point five billion to stabilize the currency, but put that against the growing Chinese Pakistani relationship, and it's not that large so CPAC, which is the China Pakistan, economic corridor focusing on the port of guava, that's the sixty two billion dollar investment. Which shows you things in their correct comparison, why is Pakistan in such need of investment. Obviously. It's in quite a sorry state after very long terrorist problem award along its border and mismanagement by several corrupt governments. I think this new life being breathed into STAN with the leadership of Imran Khan that it has continued to remain a country in dire need of a foreign investment. It's a calculated risk on Imran Khan's part. Isn't it to stand on an international stage shoulder to shoulder with a man who's been thoroughly discredited in many is recently? You're quite right. It's a huge risk though. I think. He's treading lightly. He hosted his guests yesterday to great fanfare. However, I think he is aware that he must call it other relationships internationally, and we must be aware that internally in Pakistan. He must carry favor with the military security complex, which is too many respects the power behind the prime minister. Now, the foreign ministry in Pakistan said that there would be no strings attached to Saudi investment deals that can't be true Kennett. There's always the specter of the military cooperation, I think for the Saudis, the idea of having very competent military ally nearby is very important nuclear ally for intents and purposes, they after nuclear intelligence, I think thereafter, nuclear support. I mean, Saudi Arabia has always been a big player in Pakistan's nuclear program, financially too many. It's regarded as almost shared weapon is there. A backlash expected to this. Visit I think the Saudis will welcome it the never too far away from a conflict. So I think. Supporting the Pakistani relationship is important. I think locally in Pakistan, prestige, we'll take a bit of a beating because of courting a controversial foreign ally. However, I do think there's a realization that they must have these relationships overseas. He did carry public favor by speaking up for Pakistani workers, some of whom are imprisoned in Saudi Arabia. Didn't he I think that was quite smart and his predecessors wouldn't have done. They didn't show the kind of critical backbone that. He has we must remember that Pakistani workers in Saudi Arabia, very important source of foreign currency. They send back about five to six billion dollars a year. So it's commendable that he looked out for their interests Mohammed bin Salman, next stop on his tour is India and given the very high level of tension between India and Pakistan at the moment where his chances of successfully writing both horses both sides of the border. I think he'll be keen to court India from the perspective of business. I don't think there's a. Geo-political angle, however in Pakistan, there is an acute concern that Iran and India may be cooperating against Pakistan's interests which loads the Saudi visit to India this time with a lot of meaning Zayd bowel by from the geopolitical advisory company Hardcastle..

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"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Spurs has had cerebral palsy a condition, which affects the brain and nervous system. She says her comedy shows can give disabled people optimism and in the case of parents of children with disabilities. Make them more accepting of the situation comedy absolutely has the power to transform lives. Also, someone's laughing they're more likely to understand something that they never understood before. Because there's a difference between lecturing person or yelling out a person for saying something ignorant and getting on stage doing in joke and having them realize, oh, I'm the big. I'm the one that didn't know the facts, I'm the one who judge them all this woman is Muslim. And clearly there's no reason for me to hate her. So maybe there's more like her. That's Mason site on HARDtalk after the news. This is the BBC news. Hello. I'm Jonathan is odd officials in Indonesia say the death toll from me soon. Nami that hit these Sunday straight region on Saturday has risen to at least two hundred eighty and warned the actual figure will be higher. The worst affected area is on the line on the west coast of the island of Java. Where buildings have been reduced to a tangled mess Hillman are gone from the charity. Oxfam is there people mostly are still staying in the crowd amid the lower growl. Now, people take the house here the immediate needs for these people at the moment are of food. And if acqusitions we'll does very like they're still trapped in the affected buildings president Jerker without has visited the area. And people have been warned to keep away from beaches. Monica Miller is following developments from Singapore. There's the possibility that another shoe NAMI may come their way the pictures from Anna Krakatoa right now, it's just spewing out more ash. And the concern is this point is that there may actually be another wave set of ways that may be coming but on the ground. They're having some difficulty in terms of heavy rains and heavy wind. So that this point of the search and rescue effort is incredibly heated. They are trying very fast to get the victims out and in some instances, they're digging with their bare hands to get victims out alive. The United States Treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin has held a series of phone conversations with the heads of the six largest American banks, his talks a part of an effort by the administration to assuage the fears of. Of business leaders over the economy before market trading resumes, on Monday investors, have been alarmed by suggestions that President Trump wants to remove the central Bank, chairman dominicano reports Steven Mnuchin revealed late last night that he'd spoken to the Bank chief executives, and that all had been able to assure him that the institutions had enough money on hand to fund all the operations the statement which had echos of the two thousand and eight financial crisis took financial commentators by surprise few had questioned the strength of US banks and some say that this kind of statement was more likely to cause panic than to quell it the American stock market has hit record highs, but has fallen a long way in the last two months. Pakistan's accountability court is to announce the verdict in two corruption cases against the former prime minister now Sharieff he could get up to ten years in prison security around the court in Islamabad has been tightened the head of the ruling the former ruling party the Pakistan Muslim League has threatened to start a mass protest movement and disrupt parliamentary business if Mr. schrief is sent back to prison. Bangladesh has deployed thousands of troops ahead of Sunday's general election amid allegations of attacks on opposition candidates and supporters the interior ministry said the armed forces would help maintain law and order when the civilian authorities requested that help the main opposition alliance has welcomed the army deployment world news from the BBC as anti-government protests across Saddam continue into a fifth day analysts suggest they could represent the biggest popular challenge yet to the twenty nine year rule of president al-bashir Sudanese army force armed forces issued a statement pledging their support for the president as a doctors strike. Is due to get underway. Followed by a general strike on Tuesday. The authorities in Pakistan has suspended three police officers for negligence following the death. In custody of an academic professor Mohammad Javad from saga university was detained in October on corruption charges police said he died of cardiac arrest in hospital on Friday. A photograph of the body of Mr. Javid with handcuffs and chains went viral on social media triggering widespread public outrage, the body of a Guatemalan girl who died after being detained by US border guards is being returned to her home country a white coffin containing the body of seven year old Jacqueline Cal has been flown to Guatemala City. It'll be driven to the village of San Antonio Saco tests where relatives on preparing for her funeral the child and her father were among a group of migrants from Central America who handed themselves into border agents in.

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"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is the BBC news. Hello, I'm Jonathan izod. Officials in Indonesia say the death toll from Sonam that hit the Sunday straight region on Saturday has risen to at least two hundred eighty and of the actual figure will be higher. The worst affected area is lying on the west coast of Java. Where buildings have been reduced to a tangled mess Kia reports the desperate search for survivors is continuing with rescuers using heavy machinery as well as their bare hands the military, sending in medics and troops are being deployed to distribution eight people have been warned to keep away from beaches amid fears of another scenario because of continuing volcanic eruptions. President Jerker widow has visited the area. He said the authorities were still unsure of what caused the deadly wave, and he promised additional support for the government agency responsible for weather and climate the KGB. We cannot conclude for now. Yes, it might have been caused by quake. But we don't know where is the source. It is still being checked in the future. The B M K G will provide detection equipment warning systems that can give warning to everyone. The United States Treasury secretary. Steven Mnuchin has held a series of telephone conversations with the chief executives of the six largest American banks, his talks a part of an effort by the Trump administration to assuage the fears of business leaders over the economy before market trading resumes on Monday last week saw the worst falls in US stocks since the financial crisis of two thousand eight investors have been alarmed by suggestions. President Trump wants to remove the central Bank chairman after an interest rate rise Dominic O'Connell reports Steven Mnuchin revealed late last night that he'd spoken to the Bank chief executives and that all had been able to assure him that the institutions had enough money on hand to fund all their operations the state. Which had echos of the two thousand eight financial crisis took financial commentators by surprise few had questioned the strength of US banks and some say that this kind of statement was more likely to cause panic than to quell it the American stock market has hit record highs year, but has fallen a long way in the last two months. A judge in Myanmar is due to hear an appeal against the convictions of two journalists for the Reuters news agency who were arrested as they investigated the killing of Andhra Muslims by the Burmese army loan and Josu were jailed for seven years for breaches of Myanmar's official secrets act defense lawyers believe they have evidence of a police setup. Thousands of soldiers have been deployed across Bangladesh ahead of national elections. Next sunday. The country's military said the army was setting up camps in four hundred areas and navy personnel being positioned around the coast to maintain security and the country where elections have at times sparked violence Monday is also the deadline for licensed gun owners to temporary hand in their weapons which will be held over the electoral period. This is the world news from the BBC. Pakistan's accountability court is to announce the verdict in two corruption cases against the former prime minister now Sharif he could get up to ten years in prison. The former ruling party the Pakistan Muslim League has threatened to start a mass protest movement and disrupt parliamentary business if Mr. sheriff is sent back to prison. He was sentenced in July this year, a different corruption case, but the Islamabad high court suspended the prison conviction in September. Save the children has warned that migrant youths are facing increasing violence at European borders. The charities partner organization in Serbia has collected more than one thousand three hundred testament is of children being forced back across borders. This year Donnie Abraham reports about five hundred of these incidents. It said involved excessive use of force by police and border guards. Some of the children it said with threatens, including with weapons others were beaten up assorted with pepper, spray or have their mobile phones, or money stolen. Save the children flagged up border crossings from Turkey to Bulgaria and Greece and some of the Balkan crossings as ones where a large proportion of the violent incidents has said to have taken place unite for the Republic, the governing party in Togo has one first as parliamentary election, the party took fifty nine seats only three less than at the last poll in two thousand thirteen the election was boycotted by the main opposition coalition media reports from South Korea. I'd say a team of officials has left for North Korea to check the condition of road along the railway but used to connect the two countries in the latest sign of improving relations between Seoul and Pyongyang South Korean unification ministry said the move was part of a project to modernize and reconnect roads over the inter-korean border in April, the leaders of the two countries agreed to modernize and connect the roads and railways across their border. It follows a three day visit by the transport team to check along the eastern stretch of the road a symbolic groundbreaking ceremony is due to be held on Wednesday. BBC news. Any thanks for the latest. Hello. And welcome to Newsday on the BBC World Service, James and shaima with you this morning in the next few minutes. We'll hear about a desperate Christmas appeal and find out why silence is golden for one heavily criticized radio star. Although with the latest on.

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"muslim league" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Well, this is an eighteen of the committee for the limitation of racial discrimination. It's UN body and every so often they meet and they look a particular countries. This is a turn of China at this Pinal meeting. One of the committee members gay McDougall. We'll some information startling information. If true about hinge on this region in the west of China. For some time, we've known that the coaches have been detaining Muslim League is as an ethnic minority who live out that the scale of that, though, as being unclear what she claimed was that a million Weigo's were in what she called counter extremism centers and another two million had been through some kind of politically education. So I would try to want to do this to to. Hold them or to indoctrinate. The week.' will China for many years is being trying to counter what it claims to be religious extremism, particularly targeting Xinjiang right in the west of China, which has a Muslim minority, but at quite a large by, no, it is about ten million people that and it defines extremism quite narrowly actually. So he says, things like when people have too long beards or it doesn't want women to wear a veil, it tries to discourage school children from taking part in religious practices. So Sese allows them to perform their own religious rights but really controlled monitors what they do. And also the last couple of years Xinjiang, many people that don't like Chinese rule, so they've protested. They've been a number of incidents in China as conflict you though from these religious extremism with people's desire, not to be under an authoritarian government. So that's why the Chinese government has come down. Quite hot Incheon. Jan. And what did you in committee saying about this? Having discovered this in this these FOX from Google? Well, I think we just should focus on the numbers because if the actual they would be truly staggering ten million week is about inching jank. She saying that three million of them have been through some kind of camp in order to reaffirm their allegiance to the communist party. So really staggering accusations. China hasn't yet responded to them. This haven will end on Friday. It will reconvene on Monday morning when China will have a chance to respond to the accusations in the past. It hasn't. It's tried to avoid the question and not really said anything much about these camps. That's why until now we've got no real indication the scope of what's been going on in gen, our Asia Pacific editor Michael Bristow. A shooting in the Canadian city of Fredericton in New Brunswick has killed four people. One suspects in custody, David. Mccoubrey is local resident. So I went to my back window and I seen a fire truck coming in around here, and I was like, well, maybe something blowing up like for pain or something. Then I realized that the area was filling up pretty quickly with police officers, and then I better hit my ground. So I sat on the floor my my, my house and few more shots early going off and a few more here and there than it went downhill for about twenty minutes. There was no shot. So I felt bit safer about five more shots went off, and then it was quite for another half hour and there's two more shots were believing. They took down the suspect not to these sturgeon. A reporter for CBC has been following developments so far. We know that one person is in custody and as being treated for some serious injuries in related to this morning shooting. Now the shooting happened on the city's north side on Brookside drive, which is a residential area homes to lots of families and so far things have calmed down here we don't know much about the people who were killed. This morning, we do know that four people were killed and two of those people are officers of the Fredericton police force. This neighborhood is very quiet calm. This kind of thing is very unprecedented in a neighborhood like this..

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"muslim league" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Well, this is an eighteen of the committee for the limitation of racial discrimination. It's UN body and every so often they meet and they look a particular countries. This is a turn of China at this Pinal meeting. One of the committee members gay McDougall. We'll some information startling information. If true about hinge on this region in the west of China. For some time, we've known that the coaches have been detaining Muslim League is as an ethnic minority who live out that the scale of that, though, as being unclear what she claimed was that a million Weigo's were in what she called counter extremism centers and another two million had been through some kind of politically education. So I would try to want to do this to to. Hold them or to indoctrinate. The week.' will China for many years is being trying to counter what it claims to be religious extremism, particularly targeting Xinjiang right in the west of China, which has a Muslim minority, but at quite a large by, no, it is about ten million people that and it defines extremism quite narrowly actually. So he says, things like when people have too long beards or it doesn't want women to wear a veil, it tries to discourage school children from taking part in religious practices. So Sese allows them to perform their own religious rights but really controlled monitors what they do. And also the last couple of years Xinjiang, many people that don't like Chinese rule, so they've protested. They've been a number of incidents in China as conflict you though from these religious extremism with people's desire, not to be under an authoritarian government. So that's why the Chinese government has come down. Quite hot Incheon. Jan. And what did you in committee saying about this? Having discovered this in this these FOX from Google? Well, I think we just should focus on the numbers because if the actual they would be truly staggering ten million week is about inching jank. She saying that three million of them have been through some kind of camp in order to reaffirm their allegiance to the communist party. So really staggering accusations. China hasn't yet responded to them. This haven will end on Friday. It will reconvene on Monday morning when China will have a chance to respond to the accusations in the past. It hasn't. It's tried to avoid the question and not really said anything much about these camps. That's why until now we've got no real indication the scope of what's been going on in gen, our Asia Pacific editor Michael Bristow. A shooting in the Canadian city of Fredericton in New Brunswick has killed four people. One suspects in custody, David. Mccoubrey is local resident. So I went to my back window and I seen a fire truck coming in around here, and I was like, well, maybe something blowing up like for pain or something. Then I realized that the area was filling up pretty quickly with police officers, and then I better hit my ground. So I sat on the floor my my, my house and few more shots early going off and a few more here and there than it went downhill for about twenty minutes. There was no shot. So I felt bit safer about five more shots went off, and then it was quite for another half hour and there's two more shots were believing. They took down the suspect not to these sturgeon. A reporter for CBC has been following developments so far. We know that one person is in custody and as being treated for some serious injuries in related to this morning shooting. Now the shooting happened on the city's north side on Brookside drive, which is a residential area homes to lots of families and so far things have calmed down here we don't know much about the people who were killed. This morning, we do know that four people were killed and two of those people are officers of the Fredericton police force. This neighborhood is very quiet calm. This kind of thing is very unprecedented in a neighborhood like this..

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"muslim league" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"To buy your products. It's not one of them. Did you shows and goal? Yeah. Wow. Was it cool really cool. Like it's a very, very young standup seeing there is not being going very long at all, but super interesting to see how it's developing because it's amazing also because now you'll have all of these cities that they've not got comedy clubs or what have you. There's only like a handful of full-time comedy clubs in the entire country, but because everyone's online and they'll have seen even if they've not gone too much stand up live, you have people who get I watch John Oliver every week or what. Right? That's the people that inching high when I did shows they're like OSA how your friend, Mark Norman, I'm like, how do you like podcast? I don't know what it's nuts. How small the world. Yes. Yeah, I have nothing to contribute. I disagree. How many cities do their did Hyderabad Delhi Mumbai bang law and five cities? Or how can you say daily the way you say it again? Wow. Said that you really have the h. in there. You're Indian, right. Okay. Not one of those gross wants northern. Although I heard this shows there to now. Drove out. Well, turns out they've recovered another shows. Think about Titian can be placed unless you said we in the sense that you're acknowledging that I'm British Ono India, I thought the Indians. We like these fucking pack. He's driving out current murder them until they get far enough away, and then they have to did not But know. you know more about it. I would say the British, the British empire, British goven kick that kick that off more as much as line was drawn. They were Muslim did was like, yeah, so that wanted to be. How into the weeds do you wanna get. Because I thought this story was like was like the Indian non-muslim started, like you know, ethnic groups clash, and they start just like murdering and driving them back the same ethnic people until they were far enough away like you stay there, Muslims. Fucking horrible then like, yeah, but basically so in the early part of the twentieth century, you had the Indian National Congress was the first also the major thing that was agitating for independence, which was nonreligious thing that was looking for a secular Republic after independence was gained, and India is officially a secular Republican women, but they'll also on both sides Hindus who wanted this to be in this Dan. And that was the Muslim League led by Mohamed Alesana who wanted Pakistan in the northwest to be like, let's have a proper Muslim state and we can ensure pros and tation because otherwise we'll be a significant minority minority here. We might take advantage. Eventually, like the territory was carved up then in forty seven to have Pakistan in the northwest as a Muslim state and India. Subcontinent, but yet it was just very, very suddenly. And yet you had people being forced pulled off trains and fucking hacked to death. Awful. Oh, that's one of the worst things that can happen on. About delays times. I mean, I don't know if I was gonna use it anyway. It would have been nice option. The hacking is another stuff. Yes. Yeah, I'd go nothing. All right. Well, that's interesting. That's interesting Pakistanis. Let's go there because in that area, the terrain is both rocky and also terrorism's allowed. So I hear I'm just agreeing with you. I'm not saying..

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White House says, it expects to host Vladimir Putin next year

01:42 min | 3 years ago

White House says, it expects to host Vladimir Putin next year

"On car imports as well as prospects for reforming the World Trade. Organization Five, people, including two, firefighters in two young children have died. Rapidly growing wildfire in northern California authorities say about thirty eight thousand people are under evacuation orders and five thousand homes are at risk Meanwhile authorities in Greece say there are serious indications that wildfires. Which have killed more than eighty people near aphids may have been. Started deliberately officials say more than two thousand homes have been damaged and roughly a quarter of them, will have to be demolished the government is facing mounting, criticism over its handling of the situation Cricket, legend Imran Khan is that the. Takeover ask Pakistan's next, prime, minister with support from independent and smaller regional parties his party won. The most seats in the recent elections but failed, to win an outright majority ruling Pakistan Muslim League came in second head of the Pakistan People's Party the opposition. Parties rejected the result and said they would call for new elections The White House says it expects to host Russian President Vladimir Putin. In Washington for a summit with Donald Trump next year the news came hours after the Russian leader said. He'd also be willing to meet the US president in, Moscow provoked bipartisan anger at his summit with Putin in Helsinki earlier this month by casting doubts over US intelligence. Agencies conclusion that Russia intervened to help get him elected in two thousand sixteen And President Trump has hailed the US economic growth after second quarter GDP increase at a solid four point one percents that's best is twenty.

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"muslim league" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"The calculation is the current calculation that he's got about one hundred twenty two seats in parliament of two hundred seventy coalition partners or someone who's gonna keep him keep him in going. Yeah, he has simple majority. He will need coalition partners to keep him going so and be a mill which is Nevada. Sharieff spock's on Muslim League is trailing behind with about sixty five. They have gone down since two thousand thirteen, but it still means they all members of Pakistan. Muslim League in the parliament would challenge is going to be a very strong opposition sitting in the parliament to challenge him. I'm in terms of his position Logie. Will he be keen to take a position on the world stage your? Will he focus primarily on Pakistan. Even when people his followers present him as a visionary of, I think he's not a global visionary. He somebody would be happy dealing with corruption dealing with issues which are more domestic. He has really not looked beyond venting the nine hundred ninety two World Cup. He's not add that kind of a global outreach and his positions regarding him in his at one point in time. In fact stool, the many people who relate to him stolid on con because of the position he took saying that, you know, Taliban should be accepted into the fold and we should box on should men fences with olive on. So with that kind of a personality. It will be. It's important look into how he's going to mend fences with, for example, United States. How's it going to deal with the west relations would United States that go to exceptional tricky today as he made a speech, she put India really at the bottom because that's a very tricky area. And I don't think that he is exceptionally excited about getting into that subject. He would like to concentrate on what he's good at of raising money to build hospitals, improve hells education. So he would like to do that. Off this election, we say it was. It was not necessarily the nicest election campaign is Pakistan more stable. As a consequence of the result. I would wish and pray that box on becomes stable. But I see something else there, which is more bickering in the parliament. People asking questions of, you know, whatever of people have voted for him, but there many were voted against him. So there is that division and depending on how he begins to deal with people, and you know, in an ideal situation, even if let's suppose that he is the most visionary man and he big gins to fight corruption attack corruption in a political system. Vicious very patriot based. I mean, from military's a big group there other mafias in the country, not once you start tackling corruption and breaking them down as going to hurt, Laura people will scream. So smuggled apy very of nice to look at. I think there's ic- a lot of instability in a coming. Future. You mentioned relations with the United States. And of course, that means relations with Donald Trump and I am wrong com is someone who went into politics after a period as a celebrity in other way is almost almost common common background there. Obviously, Donald Trump is very different, but how do you think the two men would get on. The first task of challenge for around Han will be do actually start a conversation with the Trump administration. They are very similar in their attitude. The rats do towards women of drugs, etc. So the the thing is, you know, the conversation has to start perhaps they like each other. You know, he is in a way. Imran Khan might remind Trump of Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia, so you don't have to meet. But for that conversation has to start and I, I'm ceiling that he will look at a look for a party member to become the foreign minister who has some access to the United States has relationship that he can open up that conversation. I'm looking at Chama mood, gray. She who was Bacchus don's finance, minister at one point in time, foreign minister, sorry for minister of so and he has relations with the United States. So perhaps he's gonna look at him to go and open up the doors that doors, those those need to be opened up. I should take thank you very much Sheffi a time saving. You're listening to the daily from monocle twenty four still ahead. Some of the day's top stories from Asia..

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02:13 min | 3 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To. You live from London I'm Paul Henley in, a moment, we'll go live to Pakistan where Imran Khan has just made a speech claiming victory as the country's new prime minister and later in the program we'll hear. From our correspondents James Reynolds and Gavin Lee who've been, speaking to residents caught up in the. Wildfires in Greece It's there are too many people. That were just burnt in their house because they couldn't move. The fire was just too quick, for many many people was. To, pass from that's coming up later I in Pakistan Imran Khan has, declared victory in. General elections he gave a televised. Address just a short time ago he said it was time for his country to pay attention to its least fortunate. His words spoken by translator, the country is not defined by how it's rich people live it's defined by how the poor the weakest live their lives No country is, going to progress where over the. Small island off rich. People and an. Ocean of poor people no country progresses like. That for the party of the disgraced former prime minister. Nawaz Sharif has rejected the election results as have a host of smaller parties all of them alleging serious vote-rigging. And manipulation Imran Khan ended his speech by addressing those claims. I think this is been clean, was fair election in Pakistan And I don't think the people ever participated in election dispute before and, ever concern with the opposition has and they're talking about rigging we will investigate all these allegations wisdom I want, to thank Pakistan again please pray for me that God gives. Me the strength that I can fulfill all the promises that I have made to you Barca. Fans in the body long live Pakistan Shahbaz Sharif heads the Pakistan Muslim League now was and. Is the brother of the former prime minister as a result We reject this result totally we totally rebuff it do not accept this result by God I'm. A very peace loving person,.

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Announced his resignation earlier this week under scrutiny for failing to claim the use of a state vehicle on his personal income taxes the states other three justices are also being investigated for possible impeachment for their spending of state funds in a letter addressed to the chairman of the committee overseeing the proceedings the interim director of the court called requests for evidence a quote fishing expedition and argue the resolution to investigate the court infringes on the separation of powers between government branches delegates are scheduled to resume meetings late next week for npr news i'm dave message in charleston west virginia this is npr news from washington the stock market closed out a bullish but sometimes volatile week on an upswing yesterday the dow rose a third of a percent the s and p gained eighth of a percent the nasdaq posted a more modest gain steve bucknor reports the market's wild swings reflect the uncertain and conflicting forces buffeting investors on one hand economic growth estimated near four percent by the atlanta federal reserve bank is fueling optimism about corporate earnings on the other hand many fear a trade war could undermine growth wednesday was the case in point after two days of gains stocks hold off as president trump followed through on threats to impose additional tariffs on chinese imports but the market put aside those worries to finish strong for the second straight week with the dow rising two and a third percent the s and p one and a half percent and the nasdaq one and three quarters percent for npr news i'm steve beck ner officials say at least eleven afghan soldiers were killed when insurgents attacked a checkpoint in the western part of the country at least four soldiers were wounded officials blamed taliban fighters active in the region former pakistani prime minister nawaz sharif and his daughter are in custody after arriving back in pakistan from london yesterday they had both been convicted in their absence on corruption charges they returned to show support for the pakistan muslim league before the july twenty fifth election it has been a violent campaign yesterday a suicide bomber attacked in the south western part of the country killing one hundred twenty eight people i'm nora raum npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include the corporation for public broadcasting and the estate of joan kroc whose.

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"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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03:17 min | 3 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He wasn't elected prime minister the first time he got there by replacing neville chamberlain because he advocated a strong stand against hitler when he was elected the second time it was probably on the strength of this memoir he wrote which masqueraded as history which turned him into a hero we're talking about manipulating history by writing it but there's other subtle ways for someone's historical reputation to be li reality and some of that's as simple as editing i did my own embarrassing churchhill impression earlier but let's listen to the beginning of that most iconic speech to parliament visual defend our island whatever they got maybe on the beaches fight on the landing grounds fight you the fields speaks to fight in the he'll never read that's inspiring but we verse let them hear what he had to say next and if the guy not for a moment believe highland all part of it but subjugated and stopping empire beyond and god freak would carry on the struggle until in god's good time the new with all it might steps falls to the rescue and deliberation deal in the blood sweat and tears speech he says that the aim of the war is victory victory at all costs without victory there is no survival no survival for the british empire he gets more and more furious with india because it becomes clear that it cannot be held you've written that having defeated the nazis churchill's singular preoccupation turned toward preserving the empire particularly india how did he go about that he wasn't waiting for the nazis to be defeated before he did what he thought it would take to whole india primarily by denying the indian request for a promise of self government after the war and he did all he could to implement divide and rule tactics by encouraging for example the muslim league and the ambition to partition india since the indian national congress had said it would participate in the war gladly if it could be promised selfgovernment after the war and churchill refused to do that in august nineteen forty two gandhi declared what he called the quit india movement and the british responded with ferocity using the troops that they had in india ten thousand people died crowds was strafed about ninety thousand people were arrested with gandhi and all of the major leaders in prison and no one left in india to speak for the indian people the.

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03:17 min | 3 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He wasn't elected prime minister the first time he got there by replacing neville chamberlain because he advocated a strong stand against hitler when he was elected the second time it was probably on the strength of this memoir he wrote which masqueraded as history which turned him into a hero we're talking about manipulating history by writing it but there's other subtle ways for someone's historical reputation to be reality and some of that's as simple as editing i did my own embarrassing churchhill impression earlier but let's listen to the beginning of that most iconic speech to parliament visual defend our island whatever they got maybe on the beaches on the ground the fields and streets the hill never that's inspiring but we very seldom hear what he had to say next and you the guy not for a moment believe it's an island or large part of it subjugated and stopping in our empire beyond the seed and god freak would carry on the struggle until in god's good time the new world with all its power mike steps falls to the rescue and deliberation deal in the blood sweat and tears speech he says that the aim of the war is victory victory at all costs without victory there is no survival no survival for the british empire he gets more and more furious with india because it becomes clear that it cannot be held you've written that having defeated the nazis churchill's singular preoccupation turned toward preserving the empire particularly india how did he go about that he wasn't a waiting for the nazis to be defeated before he did what he thought it would take to hold india primarily by denying the indian request for a promise of self government after the war and he did all he could to implement divide and rule tactics by encouraging for example the muslim league and the ambition to partition india since the indian national congress had said it would participate in the war gladly if it could be promised selfgovernment after the war and churchill refused to do that in august nineteen forty two gandhi declared what he called the quit india movement and the british responded with ferocity using the troops that they had in india ten thousand people died crowds was strafed about ninety thousand people were arrested with gandhi and all of the major leaders in prison and no one left in india to speak for the indian people the.

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On The Media

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on On The Media

"Victory there is no survival no survival for the british empire he gets more and more furious with india because it becomes clear that it cannot be held you've written that having defeated the nazis churchill's singular preoccupation turned toward preserving the empire particularly india how did he go about that he wasn't a waiting for the nazis to be defeated before he did what he thought it would take to hold india primarily by denying the indian request for a promise of self government after the war and he did all he could to implement divide and rule tactics by encouraging for example the muslim league and the ambition to partition india since the indian national congress had said it would participate in the war gladly if it could be promised selfgovernment after the war and churchill refuse to do that in august nineteen forty two gun t declared what he called the quit india movement and british responded with ferocity using the troops that they had in india ten thousand people died crowds was strafed about ninety thousand people were arrested with gandhi and all of the major leaders in prison and no one left in india to speak for the indian people the bengal famine comes about precipitating famine at least toying with the idea of eugenics sterilizing prisoners yeah and the subjugation of brown people on three continents this is all unambiguously monstrous why do you suppose that particularly on this side of the ocean we've been so eager to just ignore that and embrace the man for his war heroics but i think the simple answer is what.

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02:35 min | 3 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on On The Media

"He wrote which masqueraded as history which turned him into a hero we're talking about manipulating history by writing it but there's other subtle ways for someone's historical reputation to be li reality and some of that's as simple as editing i did my own embarrassing churchill impression earlier but let's listen to the beginning of that most iconic speech to parliament visually whatever they got maybe we should fight on the beaches fight on the landing grounds mutual fight in the field and in the streets we've to fight in the hill we will never read that that's inspiring but we verse let them hear what he had to say next and if we do not for a moment believe it's an island all part of it when subjugated and stopping in our by beyond the and god by purdue freak would carry on the struggle until in god's good time the new with all power might steps close to the rescue and elaboration of deal in the blood sweat and tears speech he says that the aim of the war is victory victory at all costs without victory there is no survival no survival for the british empire he gets more and more furious with india because it becomes clear that it cannot be held you've written that having defeated the nazis churchill's singular preoccupation turned toward preserving the empire particularly india how did he go about that he wasn't a waiting for the nazi as to be defeated before he did what he thought it would take to hold india primarily by denying the indian request for a promise of self government after the war and he did all he could to implement divide and rule tactics by encouraging for example the muslim league and the ambition to partition india since the indian national congress had said it would participate in the war gladly if it could be promised selfgovernment after the war and turtle refused to do that.

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"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It see in this country all india muslim union muslim league which is a constituent of the congress rand congress led now or a democratic front in in in carola muslim league is considered to be secular by the all india m i am our led by away seat is considered to be a secular party back bjp is they try to label it come in and this has been rejected me the people of the country this has absolutely no connection with the people of this country hundreds vietnamera to see that i think half the problem in india right arose from the that was a significant section of the intelligence here which developed an aversion to the word hit two because the equated didn't with something which was unacceptable majority majoritarianism these were the words which would now if in your quest for the sick identity you were willing to remove all religious identities were too i would have said maybe that such too difficult goal blitz worth aspiring fall but on the other hand you wine having this analogy towards hindus you were equally concerned about creating protecting preserving enshrining the muslim identity to an extent where it became equated with appeasement them i understand that this may have been unfair to lot of individual muslims and i think it may be unfair to a lot of muslims who suddenly will below the poverty line but that is how politics chipped up in india you know i just find this whole not active about that hindus are being attacked and all that i find it ridiculous but the point is it is successful that is the point at which is done because it is it is based on false false images it's biz stone false data that hindus are under some sort of threat but the bjp is ultimately have to look at the fact that the bjp is the offshoot of will organization victory was founded in ninety 25 called ours is just committed in principle to a certain hindu hegemony on indiana nothing they can succeed i'm not saying they will succeed but certainly we have to a except that instead it.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"muslim league" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Business is coming up of the abc news i'm john shea almost five hundred people also appear in court in turkey later accused of plotting to overthrow the government and the largest such trial relating to last year's failed coup it will focus on events at an airbase in the capital celine gingrich reports the government's believes a conje base was as the center of the coup attempt last year they will be four hundred eighty six suspects on this case citing today signals they accused are still unaccounted for including the chief suspect fit to lock in line and all those believed to be the leader of the plot former air force commander audience since the defendants are accused of violating late in the constitution attempted to assassinate the president attempting to abolish the government of turkey and managing an armed terrorist organization the chinese president xi jinping has marks the ninety th anniversary of the founding of the people's liberation army with a promise to defend the country's territory from any threat mr she also emphasized that the country loved pace from beijing has all correspondent strong start with president she issued a warning we will never allow any people organisational political party to split any part of chinese territory at any time in any form he said the comments come against a backdrop of rising regional tensions china's relations with taiwan a worsening it speed stepping up patrols around a set of disputed islands that japan has long claimed to control and neighboring countries that share a south china sea coastline have seen a growing assertiveness by china over the body of water that almost in its entirety it claims as its own lawmakers in pakistan ought to choose a new prime minister light up to replace now as sharif who steps down on friday he was disqualified for failing to disclose his family's financial assets from islamabad his justin wrote given the strength of the pakistan muslim league and its allies in the national assembly former natural resources minister shahida had gone up osce is reckoned to reassure win for prime minister when the assembly votes this afternoon what small opposition parties are fielding five contenders against them so there votes will be divided mr bassey is however only expected to hold office for a couple of months until shahbaz sharif the ruling party's preferred candidate could win a parliamentary seat.

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