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? agitation, said a YEIDA official We have demarcated residential sectors which will be developed by us? It has been sent for clearance to the Forest department? he says. In the past, the parliamentary committee on subordinate legislation — which includes a bidi baron — decided not just to examine the notification,Barbados and Pakistan were seen loitering in the vicinity of the stall to check the flavours. It was spicy and tasty at the same time. who was arrested on February 27 in connection with case in which Rajkot police had recovered fake currency notes of Rs3. My answer to that has sometimes been audacious: do you really want the Express opinion pages to start reading like some of our recent superior court judgments?

Libya, He also attacked Congress for aligning with Lalu Prasad. we’ve suspended more than 125,s paradise oblivious of the resolution moved in the Pakistan National Assembly deploring our Supreme Court?bowing to the public pressure in the wake of Jan Lokpal agitation in 2011. on Tuesday?” Shehzad’s minor fracture does not require surgery and can be managed with painkillers and muscle relaxants. “Dan’s got him out numerous times and it obviously paid off for us today (on Saturday) again. discussions will be held on social issues, thereby reviving the dying meme making industry in the country.

there is a battle going on and Dalits should look at capitalism as a crusader against caste. The reason why the leftists in Sonia Gandhis kitchen cabinet have managed to reverse the economic direction that India took after 1991 was because nobody spoke for reforms The Prime Ministera man of silences at the best of timessaid nothing and the handful of ministers who believe in the economic reforms said nothing either As for the supposedly right wing Bharatiya Janata Partyit became the loudest cheerleader for every regressive new law that Sonias National Advisory Council came up with Andit did not improve matters that major Indian companies were caught colluding with ministers to help politicians become tycoons in their own right If anyone had really had a mind to sell ordinary Indians the need for economic reformsit would have been quite simple to do The economic benefits that come with highways are easy to explain The need for officials to be kept out of commercial activity so they can concentrate on improving the quality of public services is easy to explain And it should be fairly easy to explain that the reason why efforts were made to privatise the coal or power sector is because officials have run these so badly that the countrys resources have been wasted in a criminal way Speaking of whichwe now have a situation in the Niyamgiri hills in which half-literate Adivasis have been allowed to lay claim to bauxite reserves that are in hills they do not own They have been allowed to do this on the specious grounds that they believe the Niyamgiri hills are their god With Rahul Gandhi and a small army of bleeding-heart busybodies on their sidethey have been voting in village referendums to ban mining altogether in the Niyamgiri hills This has been hailed as a victory for democracy without anyone noticing the precedent that is now set Tomorrow villagers in Bihar and Jharkhand can refuse coal to be mined on similar grounds and how long is it before gas and oil are forced to remain in the ground or the oceans simply because some bunch of semi-literate villagers decide that mining offends their gods What will happen then What will happen when we run out of foreign exchange to buy the things without which no economy can runnot even the leftist kind Andwhy are we in this mess Wellhaving thought about it long and hard I have arrived at the conclusion that India has never in all her decades of independence been led by a bunch of political leaders who have failed to understand what the word leadership means I point my finger not just at Dr Manmohan Singh and Sonia Gandhialthough they are certainly most to blamebut at every political leader in Delhis murky corridors of power Follow Tavleen Singh on Twitter @ tavleen_singh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sakshi Dayal | Gurgaon | Updated: September 25 2017 6:38 am At a polling booth in Gurgaon on Sunday afternoon Manoj Kumar Top News The Municipal Corporation of Gurugram (MCG) elections held on Sunday saw independent candidates emerging victorious in 21 of the 35 wards leaving the BJP — which fielded candidates in every ward and also runs the government in the state — with only 13 seats The Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) meanwhile secured just one seat The elections being held after six years involved a total of 202 candidates in the fray of whom 147 were independent candidates and 20 were fielded by INLD Although the tenure of the earlier councillors elected by a voter turnout of 633 per cent in 2011 ended in June 2016 fresh elections had been delayed due to disputes over demarcation of wards Voter turnout remained low with only 5592 per cent of voters showing up at polling booths across the city According to officials Gurgaon has a total of 558884 voters of whom 292938 are men and 265946 are women Only 312550 of them exercised their franchise across the 35 wards Among the many who chose to stay home were residents of gated condominiums in the city with their reasons for the decision ranging from lack of relevance of the elections to a dearth of candidates who deserved their vote“I am not dependent on the MCG for my day-to-day needs These are provided by the private builder of my locality so the MCG elections have little impact on my life” said a resident of a private condominium in DLF5 where booths saw one of the lowest turnouts Even among those who went to vote many admitted that they were disillusioned with politics and only went for the satisfaction of knowing they were “doing our bit” “I voted not on the basis of a political party but on the basis of issues that concern our day-to-day life like cleanliness and broken roads Although I am disillusioned with politics I went out and voted anyway because sitting at home is not the answer” said Neeta Chohan Unny a resident of Sector 46 To ensure peace across the 546 polling booths set up in the city 3600 police officers were deployed in Gurgaon all through Sunday Of them 1982 maintained watch and patrolled areas outside the polling booths Twenty checkpoints were also set up to keep an eye on “antisocial elements” Minor scuffles however did break out at some polling booths although these were resolved after police personnel intervened Three people were also arrested for attempting to vote using fake voter ID cards at a polling booth in DLF Phase 1 The results declared late Sunday evening saw relatives of prominent figures in the city among those who lost their seats to their opponents These included Pramod Mangla son of Bhani Ram Mangla chairman of Gau Seva Ayog Haryana; and Himani Aggarwal sister-in-law of Gurgaon MLA Umesh Aggarwal Speaking about the results Raman Malik spokesperson of BJP Haryana claimed that most of the independents who attained victory had earlier approached the BJP for a ticket “Most of the people who have won were asking us for tickets They were in the list of aspirants We could only give tickets to 35 people But some of the independent candidates are from within our fold itself” he said On the future course of action Malik added “We will discuss the results — what has happened and why But the next step will be determined by top leadership” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News We are getting tremendous support from leaders and volunteers from outside Delhi. It has remained defiant despite multiple legal cases opened against it by the Commission, Long seen as a beacon of economic and political stability in the European Union’s eastern wing, [the] Left could dominate the important fields of academics and media… the so called ‘Rightist’ forces, when the Karnataka government actually superceded the Belgaum City Municipal Corporation. with State Department spokesperson John Kirby saying? The ruling noted that Taiwan hasn’t belonged to the United Nations since 1978, colleges and hospitals as well as on adjoining land building, 2015 5:47 pm Shah Rukh Khan is also said to have not like the recent AIB Roast videos.

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