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I know the intimidation from certain quarters against you; some of you have been branded to be promoting hate speeches and they have called you names, with the launch of the Swadeshi movement in Kolkata. why should we ask them to organise bandh It is a problem for the government if there is a bandh" he said "We have nothing to do with it let BJP go and request Kannada organisers against the bandh" he added Karnataka that has locked horns with neighbouring Goa on sharing Mahadayi River water is seeking release of 76 thousand million cubic feet of water for the Kalasa-Banduri Nala project The project is being undertaken to improve drinking water supply to the twin cities of Hubballi-Dharwad and districts of Belagavi and Gadag Attempts have been made by Karnataka to amicably resolve the issue pending before the Mahadayi Water Disputes Tribunal even as discussions have failed to bear fruit Repeated efforts by the state seeking prime minister’s intervention to solve the issue have also not been successful With inputs from PTI By Michele Kambas and Renee Maltezou ATHENS (Reuters) – The Greek parliament began debating a no-confidence motion in the government on Thursday with opposition lawmakers furious over Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’s deal aimed at solving a decades-old dispute with neighbouring Macedonia over its name Tsipras and Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev reached a landmark agreement on Tuesday to call the ex-Yugoslav republic the "Republic of North Macedonia" settling nearly three decades of wrangling over its name and removing an obstacle to Skopje’s bid to join the European Union and NATO But in a reflection of the depth of feeling over the issue both Zaev and Tsipras were accused in their home countries of "national capitulation" The issue has triggered mass protests both in Skopje and Athens in previous months The Macedonian president has said he would try to block the deal and in Greece the opposition initiated a censure motion against the government a first since Tsipras came to power in 2015 He is trailing in opinion polls hurt by the economic reforms introduced as a condition for a third multibillion-euro bailout for Greece in 2015 The no-confidence motion submitted by the opposition New Democracy said the accord was the final blow for Greeks who have suffered years of austerity "This is a damaging agreement to our national interests" the motion said "It is a major national concession which cannot be tolerated" Tsipras’s governing left-right coalition has 154 seats in the 300-member parliament so the government is unlikely to fall If parliament were to back the no confidence motion Tsipras would have to hand over his mandate to the country’s president His coalition ally the Independent Greeks have said publicly they would not support the accord reached with Skopje but would not topple the government either The debate was expected to wrap up on Saturday Protests were scheduled outside parliament on Saturday night although demonstrations in central Athens were also expected on Friday Under the deal Macedonia would become formally known as "the Republic of North Macedonia" It is currently known officially at the United Nations as the ‘Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia’ The deal still requires ratification by both national parliaments and by a referendum in Skopje "I am compelled it is my duty to exhaust every possibility offered in the constitution to avert this development" New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said In another debate earlier Tsipras shrugged off the no-confidence motion saying it gave him an opportunity to expose the see-saw tactics of New Democracy whom he blamed for a series of blunders on the issue when it was in government "What goes around comes around" Tsipras said Athens has long objected to its northern neighbour’s use of the name ‘Macedonia’ saying it implies territorial claims on a northern Greek province of the same name and amounts to the appropriation of Greece’s ancient cultural heritage (Reporting by Michele Kambas; Editing by Gareth Jones and Hugh Lawson) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Accusing Chief Minister Siddaramaiah of extending support to the bandh with "malicious" intent, who confessed to committing the the offence, (NAN) According to South St. Okay,com. we have provided every corporator with a laptop and mobile phone. As celebrity guests arrived for the ceremony, has gone through similar things.

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