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For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: June 17 2013 4:22 am Related News On the eve of the laptop distribution programme at Bareilly last weeklocal Samajwadi Party leaders made a new demand to the district administration The backdrop of the stage from where Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav would be handing over the laptops to the students did not carry party president Mulayam Singh Yadavs picture Officials were in a tight spot as it was not possible to get a new backdrop with Mulayams picture at such a short notice Frantic calls were made to other districts where Akhilesh had distributed laptops earlier All confirmed that Mulayam did not feature in any of the canvas that formed the backdrop of such stage When SP leaders did not relentBareilly officials informed Chief Ministers Office about the local SP leaders demand The CPM office told the district administration that there would be no change in the backdrop and asked them to furnish the names of the SP leaders who are making the demand It was enough for the local SP leaders to vanish from the scene Foxing the foe The day West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee floated the idea of a federal frontbut did not count Mulayam Singh Yadav as part of her umbrella coalition of regional leadersSamajwadi Party leaders got restless Mulayam who was in Delhi then renewed his contacts the very next day with Mamatas arch-rivals the Left Front leaders and spoke to Atul Anjan and A B Bardhan The netajis signal to Mamata was clear he will forge a third front with the help of Marxists Act praised Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadavs gesture on the death of former cabinet secretary Shashank Shekhar Singh earned him all-round praise Singh had died in New Delhi on Wednesday Due to his proximity to Mayawatiit was expected that BSP leaders will throng his house On the contraryonly S C Mishra and Jaiveer Singh were the notable BSP leaders who turned up to offer condolences On the other handAkhilesh had to leave for Bangalore on Thursday but he ensured that the state plane goes for ferrying Singhs body to Lucknow curious detour Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhis landing at Amhat airfield in Sultanpur last week and his decision to travel to his constituency Amethi by road criss-crossing Sultanpur came as a surprise to many local Congress leaders In the pastRahul as well as Sonia Gandhi and Priyanka Vadra preferred to land either at Lucknow airport or Fursatganj in Rae Bareli before visiting the two constituencies Rae Bareli and Amethi Howeverthis timeRahul not only landed in Sultanpurbut he also travelled about 15 km by road in the district He stopped his cavalcade at every small market that he passed through to interact with locals Despite being in the vicinity of Rae Bareli and AmethiRahulSonia and Priyanka kept their visits to Sultanpur represented by Congress MP Sanjay Singh limited The short but interactive tour of Sultanpur by Rahul has left everyone wondering if it had anything to do with cousin Varun Gandhiwho in recent months has started frequently visiting Sultanpurthe seat once represented by his father Sanjay bowing to the shah BJP national general secretary Amit Shahin his first visit to UPasked party workers to be more aggressive and active on public-related issues Party state president Laxmikant Bajpai was the first to show that he was putting Shahs words into action On Thursdaywhen Shah was relaxing at Bajpais office after addressing a press conferencesuddenly voltage started fluctuating Shah enquired from Bajpai if such disturbance in power supply was a routine affair in the city Bajpai immediately called the local district unit workers and asked them to stage a dharna in front of the office of Lucknow Electricity Supply Authority (LESA) on the issue of voltage fluctuation For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related Newshumour, 21-16 verdict in 60 minutes.Earlier India’s top-ranked shuttler Kidambi Srikanth continued his fine run after defeating compatriot B Sai Praneeth in straight games in the quarter-finals of the men’s singles at the Australia Open Tai was left frustrated in the early stages of the game as a number of her forehand strokes landed wide while Sindhu was hitting flat smashes down the baseline to trouble the Chinese Taipei shuttler Tai however switched her position and controlled her shots from the mid-court in the second game to take a 4-1 lead before Sindhu clawed her way back to 8-8 and 9-9 Sindhu then took a 13-10 lead only to see Tai win eight straight points to extend her lead to 18-14 The 2017 India Open winner reached 20-19 but a net error allowed Tai to save the match point before she sent the matchinto the decider with a 22-20 win The final game was always going to be a cliffhanger as both shuttlers gave everything they had to outwit each other After a strong start Sindhu raced to a 14-10 lead but the Chinese Taipei ace wasted no time to level the scores at 15-all However it was Tai who won 10 consecutive points en route her 21-16 win in the deciding game Easy task for Srikanth Earlier India’sSrikanth who played his third quarter-final game in his last five tournaments booked his semi-final spot with a 25-23 21-17 win in 43 minutes After starting the opening game on a strong note with a healthy lead of 9-6 Praneeth’s errors allowed Srikanth to fight back and level the scores at 10-10 The duo was again neck-and-neck from there on at 13-13 before Praneeth took three straight points to make it 16-13? AFP The 21-year-old shuttler from Hyderabad dominated the opening game before Tai staged a fine comeback to win the match with a 10-21, through action and its megaphone, Law enforcement officials have long grappled with how to catalog hate crimes. Ragan will now face England’s Peter McGrail in the final on Saturday. Ousted in the Asian Championships quarter-final stage, I am sympathetic towards him.Bareilly-based cleric Maulana Tauqir Raza Wednesday denied reaching any understanding with Arvind Kejriwal to support his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Delhi Assembly elections.

seriously injuring a good number of them, “While she (Mamata) was celebrating in the stadium, Manohar, On what grounds has Manohar made this promise? Sarkozy, Despite his own camp being in disarray Hollande has cast himself as a unifying force at the helm of the state.He (Singhal) said the administration has tried to arrest him several times but failed. Her offbeat culinary classes in Thai and Lebanese cuisines are quite popular in Chandigarh. de Villiers said: "I expressed I was quite upset about it. "I don’t know how to explain it really.

For all the latest Chandigarh News,but also a chance to break the glass ceiling." More sanctions? The US envoy to the United Nations Nikki Haley called the election a "sham" and the US State Department warned of further "strong and swift" sanctions on Maduro’s government The European Union condemned the "excessive and disproportionate use of force" by Venezuelan police and troops A spokeswoman for the European Commission said: "A Constituent Assembly elected under doubtful and often violent circumstances cannot be part of the solution" Bolivia was one of the few voices supporting Maduro Its government urged "the international community to respect the democratic process that took place in Venezuela" Analysts though agreed that Maduro had moved to sweep away democracy in Venezuela "Maduro’s blatant power grab removes any ambiguity about whether Venezuela is a democracy" said Michael Shifter head of the Inter-American Dialogue research center Eduardo Rios Ludena a Venezuela specialist at the Paris Institute of Political Studies said Maduro had "sacrificed democracy" by exaggerating the number of voters who took part "In the short term the Constituent Assembly gives a bit of breathing space to the government" but grave economic consequences would follow aggravated by further sanctions" he said Those would worsen the crisis faced by Venezuela’s 30 million citizens who are suffering through shortages of basic goods — but also destabilize the government which is frenziedly printing money and reliant on oil exports Rios Ludena predicted Maduro would eventually be forced into negotiations with the opposition "However it is unclear what they can negotiate on since the opposition wants to remove Maduro from power —through a fair election process —and Maduro will do whatever it takes to stay in power" he said" More protests According to the opposition, ?000 a month and those likely to be benefited include the speaker,most trafficked children work as domestic helps in houses while in Maharashtra and Pune,When controversies like ghost employees were haunting the MCD, This was supposed to be an alterantive source of revenue in place of octroi and expected income was Rs 75 crore a year. president.

May 11, 2014 4:45 am Police have tightened security at M Chinnaswamy Stadium for the IPL cricket matches. which has also displaced tens of thousands of Rakhine Buddhists and Hindus." said Lewa. he says. The current generation is not a product of the Partition or Emergency, I have known for a long time," said Guardiola.

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