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India on Thursday warned Pakistan of “effective and forceful” response to unprovoked firing and cross-border terrorism.India alsorejected Pakistan claims of shooting down its drone near the Line of Control (LoC) Jaishankar was addressing reporters after a high-level meeting called by Home Minister Rajnath Singh with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar to review the situation on the border The meet was also attended by Doval and the Foreign Secretary Asserting that India remained committed to steps that contribute to ensuring peace and tranquillity on the border Jaishankar said “However there should be no doubt that any unprovoked firing from the Pakistani side would meet with an effective and forceful response from our forces Nor we will let down our guard against infiltration and cross-border terrorism” Asked if India will go ahead with its engagement as was decided in Ufa Russia he said”I think my statement made it very clear If the intention or the inclination is to strengthen peace and tranquillity on the border and do the meetings that we have agreed to do we remain committed to that “If on the other hand there is unprovoked firing and there is infiltration and cross-border terrorism then obviously the situation is different So that choice is not ours” Observing that nature of unprovoked firing by Pakistan was “serious” the Foreign Secretary said therefore there were series of consultations between the officials of the two sides “The National Security Advisor spoke to the Pakistan envoy twice yesterday and once today I also spoke to Basit on the border situation” he said Accusing Pakistan of “shifting the blame to India” for the ceasefire violations he said there was no response from Pakistan to address the situation India’s response came amid a blame game between the two countries over shooting down of an alleged spy drone and ceasefire violation at the Line of Control (LoC) in which one Indian woman and nearly 10 others were injured in Akhnoor sector of Jammu Pakistan has claimed that four of their nationals have been killed in the ceasefire violations by India Rejecting Pakistan’s allegation that an Indian spy drone entered their air space in violation of International Law Jaishankar said picture of drone in question shows it’s not of Indian design or available in Indian armed forces’ inventory “It appears to be a Chinese design which is available off the shelf the Foreign Secretary said He also countered Pakistan government’s charge over Heli manoeuvres by India near LoC on July 11 2015 as an “offensive and threatening posture” “In so far as the allegation of the helicopter manoeuvres is concerned this has already been taken up and settled through an exchange of hotline messages between local formation commanders at Teetwal on July 12-13 “The helicopter flight was in connection with the counter-terrorism operation in which three terrorists were neutralised The Pakistani side raised the issue of our helicopter flight and we had clarified that it was well within the mutually accepted distances from the LoC in India That the Pakistani government four days later is raising a controversy on a settled issue speaks for itself” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe upcoming Ordinary Synod on the Family dominates the Autumn issue of Studies The chief focus throughout is Pope Francis himself What does the lead-up to this synod (including last October’s Extraordinary Synod) tell us about Pope Francis What does it say about his style of governance about his attitude to collegiality or about how he understands the relationship between the theological and the pastoral Can we learn more about the Pope’s current dispositions by taking a closer look at his Argentinian experience On this last question Austin Ivereigh notes that there are many aspects of Pope Francis’s time as Jesuit Provincial as bishop and as cardinal which are “rich for mining” – not least he argues Cardinal Bergoglio’s “direct experience of the exclusion of the remarried” He refers to the Cardinal’s obvious frustration with the failure of the annulment process in the case of his own niece’s fiancé to expedite matters within any reasonable time-frame The lead article Gerry O’Hanlon SJ on ‘The Synod in context’ is mostly concerned with what we can make of Pope Francis’s way of being pope Remarkable changes O’Hanlon observes have taken place in the Church since the cardinals met in conclave after the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI Those cardinals themselves understood that the Church was in something of a crisis Apart from the “neuralgic issues” such as child sex-abuse and the role of women in the Church there was a general sense that the exercise of authority in the Church had become too centralised too top-down As O’Hanlon puts it “We had confused adult respect for authority with infantilising subservience and deference” Enter Pope Francis His attitude has tended to run counter to this long-standing culture “He wants a decentralised Church with proper autonomy for episcopal conferences and synods and a real and not just token consultation of all the faithful which respects their ‘sense of the faith’” The upcoming synod then is “a first step to a more open collegial form of governance” O’Hanlon also notes in Pope Francis’s demeanor during the lead-up to the synod a clearly Jesuit understanding of discernment “with its combination of reason and emotion consolation and desolation its promotion of inner freedom and its ability to handle conflict and disagreement calmly” In another contribution to this issue of Studies Paddy Agnew (Irish Times correspondent in Rome) revisits the Extraordinary Synod of last year and wonders if we will see the sharp divisions the rancour and the public arguments between prelates this time round Pope Francis he surmises will look on the bitter exchanges of the past year “with no great alarm” He wanted a debate and he got one Agnew takes no stance on how deep and extensive the changes which the synod will help to usher in will be Breda O’Brien also casts an eye back to the Extraordinary Synod and notes how important collegiality – ‘synodality’ – is to the Pope He insists on everyone being able to speak without fear he encourages “bold speech” and he clearly wants to help engender a Church in which the local Church is strong and decisively pastoral Also a Church in which the Pope is more a guarantor of unity than a domineering figure of authority The issue for O’Brien is to preserve the Church’s teachings especially on issues concerning the family but at the same time to be “pastorally sensitive to the awkward battered reality of real family life”Written by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: August 23 2016 4:11 am Employees protest outside the domestic terminal on Monday Kevin DSouza Top News PROTESTING against non-payment of salaries employees of Cambata Aviation Ltd and their family members staged a demonstration outside the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Monday They said at least seven colleagues had ended their lives in the last six months Workers of Cambata the country’s oldest private ground-handling agency said they feared many more might end their lives if the company did not clear their dues “My brother had been ill for quite long While Cambata was paying a portion of the salaries in the past they stopped paying it completely from February Under stress he jumped in front of a local train and ended his life” said Sunita Bhodase sister of Sunil Bhodase Both had been Cambata workers for 20 years Sunita claimed despite repeated attempts to reach officials in the company no help was received “I tried to support mine and his medical requirements with some of my savings After that we had to rely on my husband’s income The company cleared his gratuity only a week ago” she said “There is no proper communication between Cambata officials and the airport authorities Already one of our colleagues who was sacked is under treatment Delay in taking a speedy decision over clearing dues may cost more lives” said a Cambata worker On August 9 company’s Chief Operating Officer A P Casserly wrote to employees not to report to work after it lost all airline ground-handling contracts to rivals Celebi and Bird Worldwide Flight Service The workers had also objected to being denied entry to the airside by airport authorities last week In a protest staged by more than 2000 workers from Cambata near the domestic terminal they demanded reinstatement and clearing of all past salary dues and Provident Fund “We feel cheated after being the oldest private ground handler for the airport authorities The airport authorities have asked for a week’s time to consider giving us jobs in other ground-handling agencies or clearing our payments Our protests will not stop till all our demands are met” said Satya Prakash Singh another Cambata worker The company said they were trying to resolve the issue through discussions “We have been in talks with the workers for the past so many years It is a continuous process and we are urgently trying to find solutions to their problems by either liquidising assets or through recovering deposits Our preference will be to make sure that as many workers get back their dues” said Casserly [email protected] For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: July 20 2017 3:52 pm Union Minister Maneka Gandhi (File) Related News As many as 205 infants including 58 in Delhi alone have been found abandoned in cradles placed outside hospitals and other places in different parts of the country Women and Child Development minister Maneka Gandhi said on Thursday Several states had placed cradles at various places since the scheme was announced after it was found that the babies were abandoned in waste dumps or bushes she said during Question Hour in the Rajya Sabha Gandhi said around 58 babies had been received in Delhi alone while several children were found in states like Assam Haryana and others A total of 205 babies have been received in these cradles so far She expressed confidence that after the required formalities these babies would get adopted The minister said that according to the scheme cradles are to be placed outside hospitals and various offices but not police stations as those dumping their children were unlikely to venture there The cradle scheme will be publicised properly in the coming days she said She also said that the government had worked on an online system for adoption which has led to an improvement in the functioning of small adoption centres Gandhi said there were lot of irregularities in the earlier system which forced people to go to other countries for adoption She said that in India the number of parents willing to adopt a child was much more than the number of children who can be adopted She also said that on several occasions the cases related to adoption took an unduly long time in courts For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News I extensively used Eri silk. which is inspired by nature. 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