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IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices, Contact us at [email protected]" said Earl Walters,com/rHjw6JKIin Emma Gower (@Gower2708) May 12, with authorities now saying it was an attempted assassination rather than a mechanical failure as initially thought. Mr. up from Rs 512. HDFC Bank said the Nomination and Remuneration Committee will identify a successor and work to ensure that this is done in a manner that will allow appropriate time for an effective transition of responsibilities. the JRL,however appealed people to wear black badges on their arms and hoist black flags on shops vehicles and homes on Wednesday to express anger and protest against killings in Kashmir The Valley observed a complete protest shutdown for the last three days against killings of five militants and six civilians during a gunfight and subsequent civilian clashes with the security forces in south Kashmir areas Meanwhile Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has convened an all-party meeting here on Wednesday to discuss the spiralling violence in the Valley During the last four days eight militants and eight civilians including a tourist from Chennai have been killed during violence in the Valley A 20-year-old Connecticut man was arrested after he allegedly threatened to bomb a Donald Trump rally authorities said Sunday Connecticut State Police said Sean Taylor Morkys is accused of writing a tweet on Saturday that said: “Is someone going to bomb the trump rally or am I going to have to” In another tweet he allegedly warned a friend to tell his family members to leave the rally so they wouldnt be harmed authorities said The US Secret Service alerted local authorities of the public posts and later found Morkys "did not pose an immediate threat" after interviewing him at his Waterbury home The Waterbury man faces charges including threatening and inciting injury to person or property He was released on a $25000 bond and is due in Waterbury Superior Court next week authorities said Contact us at [email protected] Here are the full remarks from Obamas speech at the US Coast Guard Academy in New London Connecticut in 2011 THE PRESIDENT: Thank you (Applause) Please be seated Well good afternoon everyone Distinguished guests Governor Malloy and Congressman Courtney families friends and most of all — well lets try it this way Cadets what class is this CADETS: Class of 2011 (Applause) THE PRESIDENT: I just wanted to make sure It is a great honor to be with you as we commission the newest ensigns in the United States Coast Guard And cadets let me say — and I know your families will agree — you all look fantastic (Laughter) Thank you Secretary Napolitano for your introduction but more importantly your outstanding leadership in keeping our homeland secure and — along with Admiral Papp — keeping our Coast Guard strong And to Admiral Burhoe and Academy faculty and staff thank you for building these outstanding young men and women into "inspiring leaders of character" who are "prepared to serve their country" And Admiral Burhoe as you prepare to retire in the coming days I just want to thank you and your wife Betsy for 34 years of distinguished service to our country We are grateful (Applause) I’d just say by the way he looks a little younger retired So — (laughter) — you don’t want him roaming around the house Make sure hes doing something (Laughter) Although my understanding is shes not here today I also want to acknowledge your next superintendent – Admiral Sandra Stosz She will become the first woman ever to lead one of our nations military academies (Applause) Thats an incredible tribute to her but also a tribute to the opportunities that the Coast Guard affords women of talent and commitment including the Class of 2011 which has one of the largest numbers of women cadets in the history of this Academy But cadets today is your day But its also a testament to those who supported you every step of your journey When you chose this life of service your families backed you up When you thought you couldnt go on they bucked you up I suspect when things got a little tight in the money department they coughed it up (Laughter) So cadets you are here because of them and I ask you in joining me in honoring your remarkable families (Applause) I have to say it is a personal pleasure to be here because since the day I took office the United States Coast Guard has played a special role in my presidency and with my family Ive seen the Coast Guards precision when some of you — the Class of 2011 — marched in the parade during my inauguration You looked pretty good on that day too (Laughter) It was a little colder that day if you recall (Laughter) Ive seen your devotion to duty — all along the Gulf Coast — when the Coast Guard including members of this class worked day and night tirelessly as you led the largest environmental cleanup in our nations history Ive seen your pride when I was in of all places Afghanistan I was in Bagram thanking our troops for their service And I was giving a shout-out to every service — Army Navy Air Force Marines And then way in the back of the crowd a voice shouted out: "and Coast Guard" (Laughter) There was no ocean in sight (Laughter and applause) Not a body of water visible anywhere (Laughter) But the Coast Guard was there serving with honor as you have in every major conflict that our nation has ever fought In fact I see the professionalism of the Coast Guard every day in the officers and enlisted personnel who serve with us at the White House And they include Admiral Stephen Rochon who wore the uniform for 36 years then became the Chief Usher at the White House responsible for keeping us running smooth day in day out His grandson Patrick is graduating today and Im told that Patricks classmates have a bet on whether his grandfather can still fit in his old uniform (Laughter) Well Admiral Rochon is here I want to thank him for his outstanding service to our family and our nation And by the way the uniform still fits so we’re proud of him (Applause) Id add that my wife Michelle is inspired by the Coast Guard as well Last summer Michelle had the honor of becoming the first First Lady to sponsor a Coast Guard cutter — the Stratton And she was deeply moved by the story of Dorothy Stratton and the SPARS that she led in World War II At the christening Michelle was also very relieved that the bottle actually broke (Laughter) And I know that she is so grateful to be part of the life of that Coast Guard cutter and its crew Cadets this is the heritage this is the tradition that you will carry forward And I know that you will do so with the same sense of purpose the same sense of patriotism that have defined your days at this Academy You excelled physically especially that first Swab Summer Your upper classmen — your cadre — were kind enough to let you carry all those heavy bags and logs — (laughter) — and rafts over your head until your arms were numb They treated you to the pleasure of relentless questioning and memorization and recitations And as a reward for your endurance they gave you the gift of Sea Trials (Laughter) But you survived You excelled intellectually Among your ranks is Cadet Melissa McCafferty She is a recipient of the Truman Scholarship making the Coast Guard Academy one of the only schools ever to win that prestigious scholarship three years in a row — three years in a row (Applause) Wheres Melissa Let me embarrass you in front of everybody (Laughter) There you are right over there Congratulations (Applause) Im also told that the Class of 2011 has earned the highest GPA of any class in the history of this Academy (Applause) So these are not just pretty faces here (Laughter) Well done Youve excelled professionally — pulling together and succeeding together during your training serving in dozens of countries on six continents aboard cutters saving lives on the high seas joining maritime exercises with our foreign partners keeping illegal drugs from reaching our streets Through it all youve embraced "the liking for the sea and its lore" That includes a liking and respect for one another You come from every station in life every corner of our country including my home state of Hawaii In fact Im told that Cadet Jennifer Proctor comes from my old high school — Punahou in Honolulu Where is she Jennifer Come on (Applause) Howzit Right on This Academy welcomes cadets from all over the world including two dedicated young men in your class from the Marshall Islands and Romania And I want to thank President Zedkaia of the Marshall Islands as well as King George Tupou from Tonga who is here They are two of Americas closest partners among the Pacific Island nations Their citizens serve bravely alongside our forces including in Afghanistan And we are very very grateful So thank you so much for your presence (Applause) And cadets you have excelled ethically "Who lives here reveres Honor honors Duty" You know those words well They set the highest standards of conduct and integrity for all who pass through Chase Hall Your presence here today — and the new boards that your loved ones and mentors will place upon your shoulders — signify that you have met these highest of standards Now despite your impressive achievements Im told that over these four years youve also earned a reputation as a class that always had to wait (Laughter) That includes waiting longer than any other first-year class in Academy history for the privileges that you had earned Ive kept you waiting as well (Laughter) So in keeping with longstanding tradition — (laughter) — I hereby absolve all cadets serving restrictions for minor offenses (Applause) The Superintendent reminded me that’s "minor" offenses (Laughter) So cadets today is a celebration of your success But its also a day of expectation because soon you will report to flight school sectors and shore commands or begin your sea duty aboard cutters Your nation has great expectations as well Weve made an enormous investment to build you into the leaders that you are Yes the Coast Guard may be the smallest of our services and you will be tasked with vast responsibilities – protecting thousands of miles of coast securing hundreds of ports patrolling millions of miles of ocean But Im absolutely confident that you will meet these obligations For in you we see the same spirit that has made your service "Always Ready" for more than two centuries In you we see the same courage of the Coast Guardsmen who defended our young nation when we didnt have a Navy who preserved our Union who fought back at Pearl Harbor who landed our boats on the beaches of Normandy and who patrolled the rivers of Vietnam In you we see the readiness that has made the Coast Guard one of our nations first responders – leading the evacuation of lower Manhattan on 9/11 and often being the very first Americans on the scene from the earthquake in Haiti to the oil spill in the Gulf In you we see the same compassion that has led Coast Guardsmen to pull stranded Americans from the rooftops during Katrina save desperate migrants clinging to rafts in the Caribbean and even today as the Coast Guard rescues Americans from the surging Mississippi And while we can never predict what the future may hold we know that the complex missions asked of our Coast Guard have never been more important Around the world we need you to partner with other nations to secure their ports protect the vital shipping lanes of the Persian Gulf combat piracy off the Horn of Africa and help train foreign partners from the Americas to Africa to Asia Here at home we need you to stop those smugglers and protect our oceans and prevent terrorists from slipping deadly weapons into our ports Indeed every American can be proud of our brave military and intelligence personnel who made sure that the terrorist leader who attacked us on 9/11 will never threaten America again (Applause) But the hard work of protecting our country the hard works goes on — securing our homeland and guarding our shores We will never waver in the defense of this country that we love None of these missions will be easy and none are without risk Etched among the headstones of Arlington and in seaside memorials overlooking the oceans are the names of Coast Guard men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our nation This is the life — and the risk — that you have chosen to accept As your Commander-in-Chief I want you to know that your nation will do everything in our power to help you succeed Thats why were investing in the new ships and national security cutters and aircraft that you need to get the job done Its why were adding new inspectors and investigators and support personnel to keep pace with todays missions And because my wife Michelle has met with so many Coast Guard spouses and children and heard about the challenges that they face as military families weve made it a priority to improve Coast Guard housing and childcare We need to take care of your families as well as they take care of you Ultimately though it wont be the advanced technologies the additional budget that determines your success It wont be the cutters that you command that give you the edge when the seas are swelling and a life is on the line Your lives in service will be defined by something else something inside of you — invisible to the eye but obvious for all to see The arc of your careers like the course of our country will be shaped by the values that have kept us strong for more than 200 years You see as Americans weve always fixed our eyes on the future setting our sights on what lies beyond the horizon We havent always known exactly how to get there We havent always known every shoal that lies ahead But we are sure of our destination and so weve charted our course toward that "more perfect union" We havent always been the biggest or strongest of nations There have been moments in our history when others have counted us out or predicted the demise of our improbable American experiment But what the naysayers and doubters have never understood is that our American journey has always been propelled by a spirit and strength that sets us apart Like any good crew we welcome the talents and skills of all people no matter where you come from no matter what you look like With every generation we renew our country with the drive and dynamism that says here in America anything is possible And when tough times inevitably come — when war and economic hardship threaten to blow us off course — we do what Americans have always done We remember our moral compass that we are citizens with obligations to each other; that we all have responsibilities; that were all in this together; that we rise and fall as one — that we are the United States of America And so we pull together We each do our part knowing that we have navigated rough seas before and we will do so again We Americans are an optimistic people We know that even the darkest storms pass We know that a brighter day beckons; that yes tomorrow can be a better day For through two centuries of challenge and change we have never lost sight of our guiding stars — the liberty the justice the opportunity that we seek for ourselves and the universal freedoms and rights that we stand for around the world So cadets if we remember this — if you stay true to the lessons youve learned here on the Thames if we hold fast to what keeps us strong and unique among nations then I am confident that future historians will look back on this moment and say that when we faced the test of our time we stood our watch We did our duty We continued our American journey And we passed our country safer and stronger to the next generation So congratulations Class of 2011 Semper Paratus And God bless the United States of America (Applause) Contact us at [email protected] of antigovernment protesters in Islamabad marched to the Parliament on Tuesday to demand the resignation of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Reuters reports Opposition leaders claim that Sharif was unfairly elected to power last year The protests are being led by former international cricketer Imran Khan head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party and prominent politician-cleric Tahir ul-Qadri Khan who is demanding that Sharifs government make way for fresh elections alleges that Sharifs party won last years poll through fraudulent means On Monday he also claimed that 34 members of his PTI party would resign from their seats in the National Assembly in protest against the current regime Qadri is accusing Sharif of corruption and wants the current administration replaced by a unity government of technocrats The two leaders have held separate protests in the past but announced earlier this week that they would join forces to march on Parliament An estimated 50000 protesters have been holding demonstrations in Islamabad for five days Reuters says that some are equipped with cranes and bolt cutters to dismantle and remove the shipping containers that are being used to barricade the government "red zone" where Parliament and other state buildings are located Sharif originally called on the country’s powerful military which deposed him in a 1999 coup to secure the red zone but Khan issued him a warning “If police try to stop us and there is violence Nawaz I will not spare you I will come after you and put you in jail” Reuters reported him as saying to a crowd of supporters As marchers approached the capital Sharif relented and announced that protesters could enter the area Sharifs daughter Maryam Sharif said on Tuesday through her Twitter account that this was because there were families among the demonstrators PM just told me he has ordered the police not to use any kind of force against the protestors as women & children are in the front rows Maryam Nawaz Sharif (@MaryamNSharif) August 19 2014 The Guardian reported that protesters including women throwing rose petals on the ground were not stopped by police officers as they marched into the red zone The protests have put pressure on the weakened government that already has poor relations with the military It also threatens to further shake the stability of Pakistan which is battling against a bloody Taliban insurgency and a high unemployment rate [Reuters] Contact us at [email protected] headed by separatist leaders Syed Ali Geelani.

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