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in his plea, sought a direction to restrain the celebrations in his home district of Kodagu, I would agree with what Justice Khanna did. was too obvious to be disavowed. He recalled the state urging the Centre to use diplomatic measures to "prevail" upon Colombo "and reverse this trend"." he said. Instead of complaining against exhibitors, whereas ‘Raaga’ failed to have even 30 per cent occupancy, What seems to have unsettled Goswmai is Murthy’s continuing tirade against the board. nor do former independent directors he spoke to.

There is no any official announcement regarding this project by the makers. the “Tagore” actor was spotted with his new look, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore said that installation of 11 high power TV transmitters in the border areas has been approved and are at various stages of implementation.The government is working to strengthen broadcast transmission in the border areas by installing high power TV transmitters and distributing set-top boxes to the people there "The Defence has also instituted Chhatrapati Shivaji Policy Chair and senior official from the Army is appointed to the chair for two years, File image of the Savitribai Phule Pune University. View from the street after fire broke out in a building in Mumbai. its licence would be cancelled without any further notice and properties operating without licence will?it seems,He earns between 40-50 lakh per year from dungals; why would he be interested in winning one or two bouts at the worlds and returning empty handed? says former India coach Yashvir Singh It is understood that during their early yearsearnings from dungal come in handy for wrestlers to sustain their dietary needs But its continued relevance even after they make the Indian team is a problembecause the back-and-forth switch between mitti and mat is not helping anybody Vinayak is a principal correspondent based in New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Shimla | Published: September 4 2017 3:02 am Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh (Express photo) Top News Three days after his meeting with Congress president Sonia Gandhi Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Sunday made a fresh attack against PCC president Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu for running the party through a nominated team of his hand-picked people He also issued a veiled threat of ‘sitting at home’ if the Congress was against him leading the party in the forthcoming Assembly polls Claiming that it was up to the high command to decide if he would lead the party or contest elections he said: “If the party will require my services I will undoubtedly be the first in the row to serve If they think that there can be a better choice than me I will still serve my people anyway” Addressing a public meeting at Patlandar in Hamirpur district the CM added: “I have served Congress for 55 long years and I will lead from the front to make Congress party win the elections I may or may not contest elections but will not show my back to the party and together we all can make it to next Assembly” Virbhadra Singh also called upon party cadre to join hands to fight the BJP Taking on state Congress chief Sukhvinder Sukhu for “nominating” people of his choice to Congress committees he said: “To nominate people to higher posts in various Congress committees was like ignoring all constitutional rights of the party There is a need to elect young people at the block level and for Pradesh Congress Committees The constitution of the party needs to be reorganised” Last week Virbhadra had met Sonia Gandhi and informed her about the decision of not contesting elections if Sukhu stayed on as PCC president Later on return he had again made it clear that he may or may not contest the polls Attacking the BJP Virbhadra accused the opposition of spoiling the political atmosphere in the state He added that unlike the BJP the Congress does not believe in mud slinging and character assassination Claiming that few incidents didn’t mean that law and order in the state had collapsed he drew a parallel with BJP-ruled Haryana to drive home his point He also blamed the BJP along with the CPM of politicising the Shimla rape and murder case and indulging in unruly protests No government can tolerate this type of violence he said Interacting with the media later the Chief Minister said that he would file a defamation suit against those who were trying to levelling allegations against him in the rape and murder case Let the CBI deal with it and bring the real culprits to book he said He rejected the demand for his resignation on the issue About ticket distribution he said that ticket will be given out on merit For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Top News

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