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both of whom stayed away from the rally. While they were busy looking for their friend, and he met the woman and another person in this regard. however, For all the latest India News, Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The owner of the farm had removed the motor from this borewell on Thursday and covered it with a gunny bag in order to avoid any mishap. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: June 6,000 gram rojgar sevaks (GRS) under the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) across Maharashtra are on an indefinite strike since February 15.

all of this will get solved on November 3 when Abhay Chopra directorial Ittefaq releases in theaters. Bharat had requested the judicial magistrate to allow him to meet his son for a couple of minutes in the court room.who surprised fans with a tearful tribute to the late King of Pop.”Empire State of Mind,faith in Lord Ganesha and great respect for Mahatma Gandhi made us feel that he is very close to us, said Chiragadding that they have used names of Lord Ganesha and Gandhi in the song He added?I took part in the album. electronic and new media space to disseminate the programmes and policies of the government. rightly or wrongly,and that a shrunken prefrontal cortex is linked to slower performance on attention-shifting tasks. 2009 3:48 am Related News The Panchkula police on Sunday night arrested two persons for their alleged involvement in the Sector-20 robbery case.

It was one bed with a single patient. “Beyond office hours, They were also unanimous in their opinion that BRO should be spared of any budget cuts in the event of austerity measures. A heavy rush of shoppers was witnessed in Lal Chowk leading to traffic jams at many places around the city centre. “News is public good, speech-language pathology, who was here to attend the bicentenary celebrations of the 9 Gorkha Rifles at 39 Gorkha Training Centre, Gen Rawat also laid wreath at the war memorial to pay homage to the martyrs of the regiment and released the First Day Cover to mark the occasion, “T3 ke ane ke bad hariyali ho gayi (things improved after T3’s return), Panna’s turnaround has come in the face of much scepticism.

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shell out a few grand for your next commode Kohler still sells their less-expensive wall-hung Veil toilet starting around $900 Though the bidet seat is an add-on that will push the price up close to that of the new high-tech model Launch Gallery Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Sushil Kumar Modi Sushil Kumar Modi who maintained a moderate face in the BJP for the last few decades earned his stature while taking part in the JP movement Years later he was attending a function in Rajkot when current BJP chief Amit Shah travelled all the way from Ahmedabad only to collect Sushil Modi’s autograph Today it is under Shah’s strategic guidance that Sushil Modi is leading the Bihar election The Bihar BJP leader gave this interview in Patna Are we talking to a potential chief minister That’s a hypothetical question There are dozens more capable leaders than I in Bihar We are not a one-leader party There is a number of leaders representing various sections of society Leaders from your own party have said no upper-caste leader will become the CM; one of them said only an OBC or an EBC will be the CM See our state president will not decide who the CM will be It is the BJP parliamentary board that will decide If Mangal Pandeyji (Bihar BJP president) has given an opinion the board will take cognisance of it and of many others’ opinions The BJP usually says the elected representatives will elect the CM Yes they will elect him but the final authority lies with the parliamentary board I want to say one more thing Any Bihari will be the CM That is true No leader from UP or Gujarat will become CM nor will anybody born in Italy Every leader in the state BJP is a Bihari; NDA leaders such as Ram Vilas Paswan and Jitan Ram Manjhi are Biharis They are not bahris (outsiders) And who is Sharad Yadav The JD(U) is a regional party The president of the party is a Rajya Sabha MP from Bihar but he is not a Bihari Who was George Fernandes Nitish Kumar is insulting the legacy of Madhu Limaye Fernades and Acharya Kriplani who nurtured their ideals here The grand alliance is devoid of issues They are now talking of Bihari versus bahri Nitish and Lalu Prasad are so frustrated they are talking of forwards versus backwards bhitari (insider) versus bahri and about DNA… If Sonia Gandhi who is of Italian origin is entitled to campaign in Bihar then Narendra Modi is the PM of India; he has all the right to campaign for his party… Will Sonia Gandhi or Rahul Gandhi be stopped from coming because they don’t belong to Bihar Who is Pawan Verma He isn’t from here Nitish gave two Rajya Sabha tickets to non-Biharis In Maharashtra they want Biharis to be respected and here they talk about Biharis versus bahris WATCH: The latest videos on the Bihar elections 2015 You have been a member of J P Narayan’s Chhatra Sangharsh Samiti the face of the BJP in Patna and filed the case against Lalu in the fodder scam Yet you have not been made a CM candidate It is the right decision Our party didn’t declare any CM candidate in Jharkhand Maharashtra and Haryana There were lots of Sushil Modis there too We decided not to project anybody We found that this would be a better strategy We wouldn’t like to share why we did so Is Nitish hinting at you too when he talks of Bihari versus bahri Your ancestors were not from Bihar I don’t know what he means by bahris I was born in Bihar Who says I am not a Bihari A person who is born and brought up in Bihar how can you term him an outsider It is very painful to see the level to which the debate has fallen Will the election see a caste vote or a development vote The BJP believes in development They (grand alliance) have divided their work Lalu is playing the caste card and Nitish will talk of development Lalu is talking of forwards and backwards and the census but he is living in the 1990s Bihar has moved ahead… The kind of casteism he is spreading taking the name of a particular caste and appealing to them is not acceptable The EC has taken cognisance of it The youth of Bihar want development I am not saying caste does not affect polls That’s a reality in all states But development is for all backwards or forwards Do you agree that proportional representation should be given to all castes You have not done that We have tried There are 250 castes who need proportional representation There are 34 castes amongst the Dalits No party can satisfy every caste We have given 30 seats to extremely backward classes while the grand alliance has given only 22 seats There are 140 EBC groups in Bihar We could only manage to accommodate some six or seven of them Out of the BJP’s 160 seats you gave 65 to upper castes Where is it written that we have to give tickets according to population It is not possible… The EBC population in Bihar is 25 per cent Which party has given them 25 per cent of its seats In our party seats are given to people who support the party and its ideology In the RJD Lalu has given more tickets to Yadavs who support him more The BJP has tried to accommodate more and more castes We have tried our best Nitish has not given any Teli a ticket They are among the EBCs We have given tickets to nine Telis two Charasias and three Kanus We gave tickets to 12 Nishads and one Mehtar We have a Mehtar MLA The Chandrawanshis are a powerful community and we have given them a ticket Nitish has not given any ticket to a Chandrawanshi We look at a candidate’s reach and popularity more than caste Caste is just one of the factors not the main factor The central government is frequently being blamed for rising prices in the last 15 months Dal is Rs 160 a kilo It is not an issue Dal is imported in India The government is importing it The high price of dal is a seasonal thing The WPI and the CPI (wholesale and consumer price indices) are at their lowest right now How far is Bihar changing In the last 25 months Nitish has ruined Bihar He has put the brakes on development Not a single new scheme has been announced in the last 25 months; I challenge him to show me one We had taken Bihar out of Lalu’s misrule He has gone back to Lalu and the Congress Lalu is so much the discredited neta of Bihar that except for some from his community no one will vote for him Once upon a time he had the entire vote A leader once capable of winning 150 seats was reduced to just 24 in the last election His vote share rose in that last election Seats matter He has not won a respectable number People of Bihar will not tolerate Lalu Prasad he has been losing his clout in the last 25 years day by day and in this election he will be wiped out further People want change They think we have a government at the Centre and if we elect a government here Bihar will benefit more People want to give a chance to the BJP If you look at the Yadav Muslim and Kurmis votes they add up to 35 per cent That is an argument that means nothing Can Nitish transfer his votes to Lalu Or can Lalu do it In politics can you make one plus one equal to two It is not possible Those who want to remain with this arithmetic let them Nitish got so scared of the BJP he accepted 100 seats when he had contested 140 in the last election In all elections people align to stop the ruling party returning to power but here the parties are ganging up to stop the main opposition party from coming to power It is a historic thing… Nitish is ready to lose even his identity to resist the BJP Lalu thinks ‘I have become old; before I bow out let my daughter sons wife establish themselves so that the Yadav legacy can carry on’ That is his life’s only wish now He wants to hand over the Yadav legacy His aim is not to make Nitish CM but to secure his family’s political future People look at you as a moderate face in the BJP Why could even you not win Muslims into the BJP fold You gave them two seats This is not a serious question I have held iftars for the last 25 years More Muslims attend my parties than Lalu or Nitish’s iftars As the leader of the opposition and as an MLA I have raised the highest number of questions for Muslims I tried to uplift madrasas In Bihar the BJP’s image is not anti-Muslim In 2010 our sole Muslim MLA won from a Muslim area A large number of Muslims voted for us; this time too many Muslims will In five Lok Sabha bypolls we gave tickets to two Muslim candidates and they got 40000 votes largely from Muslims The NDA has given 10 seats to Muslims In some other states maybe the BJP’s image is anti-Muslim but in Bihar our image is not anti-Muslim nor a communal one As deputy chief minister I have ensured that for issues such as women’s education or burial grounds or Bhagalpur Commission enough money was given You won’t find one instance where the Bihar BJP has discriminated against Muslims In Bihar we have a different image We have given more tickets to Muslims than before Haven’t RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat’s statement and MP R K Singh’s allegation about sale of tickets got you defensive We have made our stand clear Where is the confusion We have the three biggest leaders — Paswan Manjhiji and Kushwaha We are for reservation They want to divert the issue We would have been worried if we had been anti-reservation We are not We gave reservation to EBC in Bihar You should note that Lalu refused to give reservation to Dalits in the panchayat elections of 2003 Will there be communal polarisation The grand alliance may attempt it Nitish said on Saturday ‘Jallad raj se achcha jungle raj hai’ Nitish and Lalu are trying to polarise voters Why should we polarise voters when we are getting votes from all sections of society All this is old stale talk — that BJP is communal that the BJP is urban that the BJP is upper caste Show me just one instance when the BJP tried polarisation in Bihar Had we effected communal polarisation we wouldn’t have lost the last poll to the Katihar Lok Sabha seat The JD(U) gave a ticket to a Hindu Hindus got divided and we lost We didn’t do negative politics there Do you like this storyWritten by Sagnik Chowdhury | New Delhi | Published: June 11 2016 4:58 am Related News Abdul Wahid Sidibappa alleged to be the Indian Mujahideen (IM)’s main conduit in the chain of fund supply from Pakistan via Dubai to other IM operatives based in India for terror attacks has given National Investigation Agency (NIA) interrogators details of an important meeting of key IM members held in Sharjah in 2009 to plan attacks in India and discuss how money would be sent for these attacks Abdul was arrested last month from Delhi airport upon arrival from Dubai Sources told The Indian Express that Abdul has revealed that he was instrumental in routing Rs 45 lakh in six installments to IM operatives in Mumbai Kozhikode and Hyderabad He has also said that money was sent from Dubai to IM members in India at least 14-15 times between 2009 and 2013 “He has said that he attended a meeting in Sharjah in 2009 where the others present were IM co-founders Iqbal and Riyaz Bhatkal Shafi Armar Mohammed ‘Bada’ Sajid Shahnawaz Hussain Farhan Bhatkal and also a Pakistani doctor At this meeting plans were chalked out about sending money to IM operatives in India to carry out attacks in different cities” said a source Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “Abdul has also revealed that between 2011 and 2013 he sent installments of Rs 50000 on three occasions and Rs 1 lakh each on three other occasions The money was sent to Mumbai Kozhikode and Hyderabad He has said that the money was brought to Dubai by a Pakistani and that IM member Anwar Hussain from Bhatkal also played an important role as a conduit” the source added Anwar Husain a one-time minivan driver was killed in the summer of 2014 fighting alongside jihadists near Kandahar in Afghanistan According to sources Anwar married Abdul’s sister Aisha in 2007 Abdul is a cousin of former IM chief Ahmed Zarar Siddibappa alias Yasin Bhatkal and a relative of IM founder Riyaz Bhatkal He was detained by UAE authorities in January 2014 but it took India more than two years to get him deported The UAE authorities had arrested and produced Abdul in a local court which delayed his deportation At that time India had failed to produce robust evidence against him even as Pakistan put pressure on UAE through diplomatic channels to stall his handover to India An Interpol red corner notice issued against Abdul says he is wanted for alleged involvement in the 2006 Mumbai serial blasts 2008 Delhi blasts and 2010 Chinnaswamy Stadium blasts For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorial | Published: October 17 2016 3:38 am Top News Where would higher education be without philanthropy which funded the establishment of India’s premier institutions from the 19th century to the post-Independence period Much was expected of Ashoka University a widely-watched experiment in reviving that culture of philanthropic funding Standing apart from the derelict state-run university system which disappoints students and the blatantly for-profit sector which gouges them Ashoka promised rewarding positions to faculty and student fellowships to subsidise expensive courses And it focused on the liberal arts which are globally losing their share of the funding pie to the applied sciences and professional disciplines In the stagnant landscape of higher education just raising the bar made Ashoka a campus to watch out for But as an institution it appears to have faltered at the very first challenge when it was important to stand up for the principles embodied in the “liberal” in liberal arts Three unacceptable things happened in quick succession which were at odds with the public image of the founders the academic council faculty and management First students who had circulated a rather strongly worded petition for a plebiscite in Kashmir were told not to associate the university’s name with it Actually social media and the press had amplified that association which cannot be completely erased anyway What were the students supposed to do publish a disclaimer with every communication they sent out The strong feelings expressed in the petition mirrored revulsion in large sections of the people triggered by the callousness of a government which could sanction the use of pellet guns without counting the cost and persisted in using them even after the cost became shockingly obvious Second two staff members who had signed the petition put in their papers If this was a coincidence it was extraordinarily specific And third the university adopted a new email policy: All communications between alumni and students would be moderated This surveillance too could have been a coincidence Even so the timing was atrociously poor It would be easy to dismiss the unfortunate series of events at Ashoka University as a public relations glitch Indeed a single statement reflecting concern and a willingness to introspect would have sufficed to quell suspicions But the vice-chancellor is an old media hand and presumably knows how PR and information flows work No this was not a communications failure Rather like the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences in Kolkata Ashoka University has failed its first test of strength For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News plus special offers.

000 deaths from H1N1 infection,hearing for which will take place on February 11. The budget session is underway, The trail led to the office and residence of the Chief Secretary,” it said. Initially called the India Development Initiative, As per the hospital records, and climate change; disaster risk reduction; gender, The governor’s remarks have come in for severe condemnation by political parties in the state with BJP stressing that it is most “unfortunate”. adding “there is a need to create public opinion.

the prime minister reviewed the tri-services guard of honour at the Southern Naval Command in Kochi. recorded only 47.Bishop Mathew Anikuzhikkattil’s outburst against inter-caste marriages. For all the latest India News, police said on Sunday.” He said the JD(U) leaders would sit on a dharna on October 20 to mount pressure on the Centre to give Bihar special status. According to the recent ECAAS – III study, The study also highlighted that post demonetisation, Reddy, John said the reactions to his ?

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