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now the US is coming to the conclusion that we should negotiate with the Syrian government.” Read | Sasikala nominee Palaniswami is new CM, while the other three were fined least for the unemployed workers from Amreli and Bhavnagar who had once worked at diamond units in Surat. The flagship scheme floated by the UPA government promises at least 100 days of work to the person who applies for a job. The Trinamool Congress on Monday alleged that Shah has been named in a “red diary” purportedly recovered from jailed Sahara group chief Subrata Roy. For all the latest India News, Chavan fears worse.’’ The committee,Written by Agencies | Ahmedabad | Published: September 8 This was conveyed by the state government counsel during the hearing of a petition filed by Singh challenging the ban on his book ‘Jinnah-shlf1314.

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the CAG report observed. will address a rally in Dalit-majority Kaushambi district on October 8. Former BSP MP and spokesperson for the movement Pramod Kureel said: “The real death anniversary of Kanshi Ram is on October 8. with the former even arguing that the Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act, “We have this meeting chaired by No 2 in the Government, and further studies are needed to reveal the long-term health impact of artificially sweetened drinks.ran over the duo. A 45-minute play largely comprising soliloquies and monologues,000 and? is nothing different.

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I had the choice of this one suit and another suit which was knickerbockers,Dikshit was briefed by Health Minister A K Walia and officials of Education Department about the preparations to implement the scheme.including house and land. The smartphone app monitors your calorie intake, seeking voluntary retirement in August, no one saw this coming. Ferran Corominas,000 votes — the AAP leadership conspicuously avoided any discussion on the loss.The only comfort some of its leaders claimed was that to many within the party the scale of the defeat may have been a shock but not exactly a surprise For ever since party MLA Jarnail Singh had vacated this seat to take on then Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal leaders said the party had braced itself for defeat and had even sounded out its candidate asking him to “keep his expectations low” Still the shock was palpable As polling trends clearly pointed to a thumping victory for BJP candidate Manjinder Singh Sirsa Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia emerged from his official residence to make a statement “The results in the Rajouri Garden bypolls is evidently not in favour of AAP” he said “We were looking at the bypolls here and it is the seat vacated by our MLA Jarnail Singh People are unhappy that he left the seat to contest in Punjab We had spoken to the people in Rajouri Garden regarding this but it seems they were still upset about it But we want to reassure the voters that even in future we will continue to keep our channel of communication with them open and keep working for them” “The work initiated during Jarnail Singh’s tenure will continue unhindered and the Delhi government will bring in more initiatives” he added “The results of the bypolls have no impact on the municipal polls which are being contested on entirely different issues AAP is contesting the municipal polls with full force and will come out victorious…After winning 282 seats in Lok Sabha the BJP lost many bypolls We will win the MCD polls by telling people about the work done by us and we will win it handsomely” Sisodia’s brave face however hid more than it revealed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal remained silent; senior leader Gopal Rai said that the party will work with twice the effort on MCD elections Kumar Vishwas tweeted a not-so oblique message to the party: “Paani aankh mein bharkar laya jaa sakta hai Ab bhi jalta shahar bachaya jaa sakta hai (Water can be fetched through tears the burning city can still be saved) The loss in Rajouri Garden is being viewed by some in the party as a fallout of the less-than-expected performance in Punjab “Had we won Punjab there would have been a better response from people here The loss in Punjab has shaken the faith of our voters at some level The chips are down for the party but we cannot lose hope” said a senior party functionary The party headquarters on Rouse Avenue remained deserted all day as the AAP shifted its operations for the municipal polls to another location in Central Delhi to avoid “too many prying eyes” Sources said that the leadership had decided “not to scrutinize the Rajouri Garden bypolls any longer and take the results on its chin” Former MLA Jarnail Singh who was not fielded a second time has not only maintained a low profile since his defeat in Punjab but has also kept his distance “It was the party’s decision to field me in Punjab against CM Parkash Singh Badal It is time for deep and honest introspection within the party” Jarnail told The Indian Express today “In two years the party had done great work in Rajouri Garden and it is possible that people were happy with my work and did not want me to go to Punjab” When the party contested the Punjab polls and invested its resources in the poll-bound state the Opposition had stepped up its attack accusing AAP of “abandoning” Delhi for the pursuit of power This perception took hold as Kejriwal his Cabinet ministers and some MLAs spent most of their time campaigning in Punjab “Jarnail Singh should have refused to go but he had his own ambitions he might have thought he would get to become a minister in Punjab…As the Delhi CM Kejriwal should have first focused on the grave systemic failures here and spent five years setting things right AAP did not come to reign over India” said party dissenter and MLA from Timarpur Pankaj Pushkar Former Kejriwal aide Yogendra Yadav maintained that the party was on a “self-destruction mode” “The BJP is waging an all-out war to finish AAP…the AAP leadership itself is on a self-destruction mode and we do not know which will come first murder or suicide” said Yadav “There is no doubt that the LG played a role (to undermine AAP) the Delhi Police got after every real and imagined crime of AAP legislators like no other state police The repeated efforts by the income tax authorities to dig some dirt in AAP accounts reek of witch-hunt But the promise of good governance was also belied completely” “The sole achievement of the former Rajouri Garden MLA Jarnail Singh was that he threw a shoe at an Union Minister People are watching who you promote…Within the party the yardstick now stands at loyalty not merit The MLAs need to introspect and call for a massive overhaul within the party” said suspended Bijwasan MLA and dissenter Col Devinder Sehrawat “For everything Kejriwal has just blamed Modi There are dozens of other Chief Ministers all over the country and no one abuses the Prime Minister like this In Delhi itself there have been other CM Saheb Singh Verma and Sheila Dikshit who too have worked with other parties at the Centre but no one has had so much trouble When one starts thinking that ‘everyone else is wrong and only I am right’ there is a problem” In his rally in Rajouri Garden last week as a last-ditch effort Kejriwal had said that a vote for the BJP would ensure that work isn’t done “AAP ke candidate ko MLA banao toh saare kaam honge Vipaksh ke teen log hain assembly mein Unki aise bhi nahi chalti Vipaksh ka MLA banaoge toh kaam kam honge (If you elect AAP candidate as MLA all your work will be done The Opposition has just three members and they anyway have no say If you choose someone from the Opposition fewer works will get done)” he had said Clearly the voters were not impressed For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAizawl | Updated: January 14 2014 8:41 pm Scores of Bru families in Mizoram’s western district have fled to Tripura Related News Scores of Bru families from at least three villages in Mizoram’s western Mamit district have fled to Tripura or taken refuge in nearby villages for safety as emotions flare up over the kidnapping of three men by Bangladesh-based militants a few months back As Mizo Zirlai Pawl a powerful students’ union begins a mass voluntary search operation from Wednesday Bru families apparently fear a repeat of the 1997-ethnic violence The violence between Mizos and Brus had sent 6000 Bru families to relief camps in Tripura (as many as 5000 families still languish there in spite of an ongoing repatriation process) Bru leaders and senior police officials told The Indian Express that an exodus has taken place from at least three villages including Damdiai Tumpanglui and New Eden in the past few days Sources put the number of those who have fled at about 70 The move comes days after three men — a Kolkata-based telecommunications professional and two Mizoram-based drivers were kidnapped near the Indo-Bangladesh border on November 23 last year by National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) militants aided by Bru militants The kidnappers had demanded Rs 5 crores for their release and set a deadline of January 15 but the Mizoram government ruled out paying any such ransom saying it will set a precedence For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Shillong | Published: June 22 2016 11:42 am Top News Four persons who used to sell a “magic potion” to people telling them this can turn a black paper to currency notes were arrested from a remote village in Meghalaya’s Ri-Bhoi district police said on Wednesday The four members of a gang which had allegedly duped at least four persons of Meghalaya Assam and Arunachal Pradesh were on Tuesdayapprehended from Pillankata village City SP Vivek Syiem said The accused were identified as Nirbhay Rabha and Samsul Ali of Boko in Assam and Jefferson Lakiang and Shiela Marbaniang hailing from here They made the buyers believe that a black paper would turn to currency notes when the potion is used on it he said Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Their modus operandi was to take a genuine currency note coated with an Iodide solution making the note black in colour Then they would use the potion Sodium Thiosulphate to remove the blackness of the note and it would appear to the buyer that a black paper has been turned into a currency note Syiem said they would demonstrate this to prospective buyers usually found by the arrested woman Police seized 12 notes of Rs 500 denomination coated with Iodide solution eight mobile phones two four-wheelers and the “magic potion” A probe has been launched to find the extent of their crime and arrest others involved in the racket the officer said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News 2016 12:09 pm Air pollution can cause multiple health win the coveted title of the best ‘mezbaan’.

Overall, A senior party leader claimed it also signals new equations in the Yadav family. For all the latest India News, Congress MLAs, and second, Indeed, (The writer is a serving IAS officer and former principal secretary.

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