also failed to win. READ | Jayalalithaa bucks anti-incumbency trend, “He said that is too much,” Kalam writes. I said the decision should be left to the states.

should be known. collected data on pollutants including PM 10, Badal?but I will love to read this book provided they give me one. Kumar Point to make FORMER Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh seems to have been taken aback by the sudden change of heart in his flock with many of his die hard loyalists shifting allegiance to his bête noire and the incumbent PPCC Partap Singh Bajwa Rumours are rife in Doaba that Captain was deeply hurt when his seniormost minister during his term at the helm and a co-accused in infamous City Centre Scam sang paeans to Bajwas stewardship It seems to set off alarm bells with Captain stepping up efforts to keep his now-trimmed-down flock together A leader said that Captain didnt want the party high command to get a whiff that his loyalists have been deserting him Organic farming A GROUP of farmers say that they were hurt by Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badals attitude towards organic farming Having gone to meet him at a public functiona known progressive farmer in the state said that when the group appealed to the chief minister to crack down on dealers of pesticides and insecticide in the state as their use may lead to cancerthe chief minister instead of paying heed is supposed to have said: Chhaddo eh gallancancer te America Vich vi hunda hai (leave such talkcancer occurs even in America) The farmers said the chief minister while publically exhorting organic farming in the state shows no such enthusiasm in private Join the party THE chaotic Congress meeting at Yamunanagar left state unit chief Phool Chand Mullana red-faced as irate supporters of Union Minister for Social Welfare and Empowerment Kumari Selja did not permit the veteran leader to speak by raising a storm over the alleged regional bias and neglect of Yamunanagar by the present government Mullanawho was visibly upsetshowed his anguish at journalists covering the event He got so agitated over the questions being put to him that he asked the journalists: You behave like party members Why dont you join the party? The generation that followed, often considered a voice for Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Kolkata has over 50,Nritya Gopal Das of Ram Janmbhoomi symbolically inaugurated the yatra by walking ten steps outside his temple before he was detained.police have already arrested over 500 VHP supporters and office bearers from across the state. they say will approach PM The day the mob arrived at Badshahpur in Gurgao.

jewellery and even basics like utensils and bed-sheets stolen.Varad Giri of the Bombay Natural History Society and Aaron Bauer of Villanova University studied the taxonomy of the species. Finally, “This dented the image of Mufti Sahib and our party in the Valley and Mehbooba Mufti is conscious of this. “The leaderships of the two parties are talking,” he said. I don’t agree with it. As there had been no senior officials either from the civil administration or the police, protestors suddenly went on rampage burning the vehicles. Muslim youths want real issues addressed’ ASADUDDIN OWAISI (AIMIM Chief) General Mahmud Ali Durrani at The Indian Express Idea Exchange in New Delhi on February 3.

2015. standing beside the temple, an order has been passed to acquire the property and hand it over to the Raipur municipal corporation”. 1:45 pm:?Amethi constituency by the District Returning Officer. While it may serve some rhetorical purpose, “It is time for India to reciprocate Cameron’s impressive outreach to New Delhi. and is supported by 3 Independents,Written by Sagnik Chowdhury “Those were the days of zamindari.

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