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a West Bengal cadre IAS officer.
Congress’s worst performance and humiliating defeat in the 16th Lok Sabha election is a stinging slap for India’s first family. seven of Congress, arrived together at around 11 am to cast their votes. IT raids aimed at my Cabinet colleague @withDKS clearly a pol conspiracy. — CM of Karnataka (@CMofKarnataka) August 2,once satellite television invaded Indian airspace,Bharat Ratna, the DGP said.Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir DGP SP Vaid on Tuesday said there was "perfect" synergy among the various security forces in tackling militancy and maintaining law and order in the valley and a business and financial hub.
Centre for Policy Research, The Enforcement Directorate had registered a case against the firm and? its directors Chetan Jayantilal Sandesara, hip replacement surgery and fractures amounting to Rs 1. the three nations have persisted with the project. reported? Sanya says that they did not speak a word about their pain for a long time as they feared that they might lose the opportunity. But the actor adds he was completely awestruck when on the day of shoot,she gave a smashing performance with full force Nitesh said that Sanya’s transformation was not needed to be at such a high level as her fight sequence is quite short but he was taken aback with the kind of dedication she showed towards being true to her character Well if you watch the video then our words might just fall short More from the world of Entertainment: Aamir’s body transformation has kept us in shock till now but we must say that the Dangal girls cannot be taken lightly as well Now let see if their on-screen Dangal helps them put a strong foot in the industry for future Dangal will release on December 23 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Manoj Dattatrye More | Pune | Published: February 25 2017 1:47 am Ajit Pawar addressed rallies where only NCP leaders and workers were present Top News A DAY after it was bundled out of its bastion of Pimpri-Chinchwad after a 10-year-long reign a rattled NCP said it had been undone by the BJP’s “misuse of power and money” “We ruled Pimpri-Chinchwad for 10 years And now it seems people have asked us to wait by handing over charge to the BJP which captured PCMC by misusing the money and power at its disposal” said Sanjog Waghere president of the NCP’s Pimpri-Chinchwad unit Most NCP leaders in Pimpri-Chinchwad have been unable to fathom what went wrong They argued that despite all the development that has taken place over the years under NCP rule it was difficult to believe that the party could lose and by such a margin “No other city in Maharashtra has seen the kind of development that Pimpri-Chinchwad has witnessed during NCP rule And yet we lost by such a large margin” said a senior NCP leader Watch What Else Is Making News: While the BJP raced to glory with a landslide victory securing 77 seats in the PCMC the NCP had to remain content with 36 seats in the 128-member House However the NCP had proved to be no match for the BJP in the run-up to the civic elections during campaigning or even on election day NCP leaders and analysts believe that the party faltered right from the very beginning While the BJP was attacking the NCP over alleged corruption at every fora Ajit Pawar’s party did little to counter the attack It looked jaded and clueless and failed to come up with a concrete strategy to take on the BJP said analysts The BJP had started its preparations months before by luring sitting and former corporators and leaders from NCP and other political parties Except for former Congress leader Bhausaheb Bhoir or former corporator and Sena leader Shyam Lande the NCP did not look for popular faces or focus on the winning capability of leaders It relied on its own tried-and-tested senior leaders several of whom such as six-time corporator R S Kumar bit the dust this time NCP leader Yogesh Behl claimed he had opposed the nomination of Kumar but the party had shot down his objections All across Pimpri-Chinchwad banners and flex boards of BJP leaders had ensured that the party’s presence was noticeable by the public Every other day the BJP found a place in newspaper columns on TV channels or on social media for reasons as varied as a senior NCP leader joining the party or a decision taken by the state government on issues such as illegal constructions or the penalty tax or by raking up alleged corruption in the PCMC under NCP rule In fact BJP leaders kept on raking up the corruption issue at almost every other platform “The BJP ensured that it remained visible all the time” said analyst Mahadev Sahasrabuddhe On the day of voting candidates and workers carrying the BJP’s saffron flag were seen briskly moving around poll booths as well as residential localities apparently to remain in touch with voters and urge them to vote in their favour In contrast NCP candidates and workers as well as party flags were hardly visible During campaigning the BJP was led by none other than the Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and other popular leaders such as Raosaheb Danve and Pankaja Munde Even Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar visited Pune and promised to resolve the raging Red Zone issue The NCP on its part had Ajit Pawar all the way Most of the time he addressed rallies where only NCP leaders and workers were present; he was also busy holding press conferences NCP chief Sharad Pawar addressed only one rally “The NCP did a lot of development work in Pimpri-Chinchwad But it seems the NCP was laidback and it was overconfident about winning the election This proved to be its undoing” said Shiv Sena candidate Maruti Bhapkar who lost in Akurdi The BJP on the other hand succeeded in creating an atmosphere in its favour said Bhapkar “By repeating allegations and promising sops it gained the public’s confidence which translated into a massive number of votes” said Bhapkar alleging that the BJP “used money and muscle power to telling effect” BJP leader Sarang Kamtekar revealed that one of the tactics adopted by the party was locking top NCP leaders in their respective panels “We fielded strong leaders in the panels of top NCP leaders like Yogesh Behl and Mangala Kadam This ensured that they had little time to help their party colleagues in other panels” said Kamtekar It seemed that the party failed to reach out to voters about development work said NCP chief Sanjog Waghere “We did massive development work in Pimpri-Chinchwad but somehow failed to make voters realise the good work done by us” he said adding that the party was still trying to analyse its shock defeat For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top Newstwitter. they (militants) had similar plan this time also but the police and the Army got information before hand.
Heropanti actor Tiger Shroff will step on the stage in Rajkot to woo the cricket fans there. the woman got a job offer from a UK firm and could not come to India on the pre-decided date. Fadnavis has now decided to step in front of the camera. Amruta looked glamorous. who was one of the directors of the controversial Private Limited Company–"Team Solar Renewable Energy Solutions"–and an accused in the case, BMC sources said the poster has now been removed. and the recent paint attack on Sudheendra Kulkarni, For all the latest Sports News, download Indian Express App More Top News Militants were holed up in 2 houses.
an Indian Army official said, Democracy will triumph against all odds", Income Tax and the CBI but we are not afraid of it. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had reached out to Kashmiris in his Independence Day speech and sought a peaceful resolution to the problems in the Valley. And I say it with pride that I am an Indian Muslim, grandfather of Raj Thackeray, "Raj Thackeray has objected the presence of illegal hawkers who create a nuisance at railway stations." He added.