Tony Abbott’s decision to join the Middle East conflict follows that to raise domestic terror alert to 'high' for the first time, citing likelihood of attacks by Australian citizens radicalised in Iraq or Syria
India beefs up security ahead of Chinese President's visit
Security agencies cast a tight security net around Ahmedabad where on Wednesday Chinese President Xi Jinping will begin his three-day India visit aimed at allaying suspicions and boosting ties.The Gujarat government is leaving no stone unturned for grand welcome for Xi who arrives on the day when Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also marking his 64th birthday.Security personnel were deployed across the city and security was especially tight on the roads leading up to the airport in Ahmedabad. Meanwhile, security arrangements were also tightened in New Delhi to foil any protests or attempts at self immolations by the Tibetan activists, police said.
Politicos react on Yogi Adityanath's UP by-poll remarks
Politicos reacted on Wednesday over BJP Leader Yogi Adityanath s remarks on BJP s defeat in the Uttar Pradesh assembly polls. Adityanath had said on Tuesday that BJP had to face defeat in UP assembly polls because he was not allowed to campaign in the state for the elections. CPI leader D Raja said that such a remark is ridiculous and the people of UP did not vote for BJP because of Adityanath s hate speeches. CPI leader Atul Anjan said that Adityanath was constantly campaigning in UP and doing communal talks everywhere. RJD leader Manojh Jha said that the people of UP have taken the correct decision and if BJP will try to divide the people of our country, it will have to face more setbacks.