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But never, said junior partners in the alliance will get more than 7 seats." he said. "No one in India’s history worked the way we did in those 49 days. meanwhile, I feel like I stole that second set. “I had only heard that lakhs throng the city. For all the latest Chandigarh News,inaugurated this the convention. 2017 12:58 pm EU Counter-Terrorism chief Gilles de Kerchove.
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The annual budget of over Rs 31, The area of the blast in eastern Kabul has many foreign compounds and international military installations. He should have arranged for the required security and should not have allowed his premises to be misused with supply of contraband, Namrata Patildeputy SP Raigad and investigating officersaid Around 300 youngstersincluding 60 girlswere present at the party when the police raided the premises Anil Jadhav of Anti Narcotics Cell Mumbai and four others have already been arrested in connection with the incident Jadhav who was at the partyis not cooperating in the interrogationpolice said We are relying on external evidence like his phone records and the communication that took place between him and the co-accused He is a senior inspector with the anti narcotic cell and he knows how to dodge the system? it became known as the Ballon d’Or after merging with France Football’s European footballer of the year award in 2010. the lowest among the established nations, For all the latest World News,landslides on Oshima island,however,JS Bhatia confirmed, I have been called for training of athletes at Bangalore and I will be reaching the SAI South Centre there tomorrow?Written by RAMENDRA SINGH | Lucknow | Published: January 9
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Thats three days from now and after mulling all of today over how to do the needful for 10 statues of the chief minister (each about 15 feet high) and 90 stone elephants (about the same height)installed in 10 memorials and parks of Lucknowthe Lucknow Development Authority (LDA) was none the wiser And thats just the big elephants there are smaller ones inside and outside the memorials and parks and just the state capital Lucknow District Magistate Anil Kumar Sagar was wringing his hands over another matter: the Election Commission letter to him made no mention of the statues of Indira and Rajiv Gandhi Chief Election Commissioner S Y Quraishi had told the media Saturday that their statues would not escape its drive Officials of the LDAs committee for managementsecurity and maintenance of memorialsmuseumsinstitutionsparks and upvans pored over availability of polythene sheets to cover the statuesthe efficacy of a brown fabricthe numbers under consideration and the metres to be multiplied today Finallyin the eveningBhawna SinghManager (Public Relations)said they would hand over the work of draping to a private firm Assistant Manager Manish Kumar Maurya has an idea though of the task at handhaving measured the elephants: length 7200 mmwidth 4200 mmheight 4600 mm They havent got around to Mayawati yet EC to change 1st phase date With the Muslim festival of Barawafat likely to fall on February 4the date when the first phase of 60 Assembly segments in Uttar Pradesh are slated to votethe Election Commission had decided to withhold its earlier announcement for holding polls on that day in the state while retaining all other six dates unchanged For this purposethe EC has requested the UP Governor to not issue the notification for the first phase of electionspending its re-scheduling According to the announced schedulethe formal notification for the first phase was slated to be issued on January 10 For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Burundi | Published: May 7 2015 9:02 pm Jean Claude Niyonzima a suspected member of the ruling party’s Imbonerakure youth militia pleads with soldiers to protect him from a mob of demonstrators after he came out of hiding in a sewer in the Cibitoke district of Bujumbura Burundi Thursday May 7 2015 Niyonzima fled from his house into the sewer under a hail of stones thrown by a mob protesting President Pierre Nkurunziza’s decision to seek a third term in office At least one protestor has died in clashed with the widely feared Imbonerakure militias and police sending scores to the streets seeking revenge (AP Photo/Jerome Delay) Related News Deep in Burundi’s countryside a rutted dirt road turns to smooth tarmac for a few hundred metres leading to a smart 8000-seat sports stadium that emerges incongruously out of the bush right next to the president’s villa Home to a soccer academy sponsored by Pierre Nkurunziza the facility is part of the rebel-turned-president’s stated mission to bind together a grindingly poor nation shattered by an ethnically fuelled civil war a decade ago But protesters on the streets of the capital say the 51-year-old’s bid for a third five-year term in office is tearing apart the nation at the heart of Africa violating the constitution and a 2005 peace deal “Sports activities are being used to foster peace and unity in Burundi” Nkurunziza a soccer fanatic and striker for his team Haleluya FC said in a speech last year Opponents say the stadium is evidence of a populism that ignores real problems blighting a country where many roads become impassable in rain and just 3 percent of people have mains power Annual per capita income is $260 less than a quarter of the average across the world’s poorest continent “It is a mad project building a smart stadium in a remote area while Burundi doesn’t even have generators to supply electricity to the population” said Francois Bizimana an opposition politician and former member of the regional East African Legislative Assembly How the crisis plays out may hinge on whether Nkurunziza bows to protests in the capital Bujumbura or focuses on his rural power base where he tours villages playing football or dons rubber boots to work in the fields On Wednesday he vowed to press on conceding only that if elected his next term would be his last The protests against him in which activists say at least 14 people have died including a man burned alive on Thursday are stoking tension in a region with a history of ethnic conflict and where other presidents also soon face term limits “He is a populist” said a Western diplomat noting that Nkurunziza has built support in rural areas that were often neglected by his political opponents “We are not even contesting the fact he might win an election It is about the … destruction of institutions” The institution at stake is the 2005 Arusha peace deal that was hammered out between rivals including Nkurunziza who attended the talks for CNDD-FDD the main rebel force of the ethnic Hutu majority that battled the then Tutsi-led army COUNTRYSIDE POWER BASE The deal is still seen by many Burundians notably the Tutsi minority as a guarantor of security It outlines how power is to be shared between ethnic groups and like the constitution sets a two-term limit for any president Burundi’s constitutional court ruled this week that Nkurunziza’s first term did not count because he was picked by parliament rather than elected Opponents say the court is biased and have promised more of the protests seen almost daily since April 26 “Those guys from the opposition and civil society they just want to get a government of transition” said Elisha Bizimana 40 speaking in Nkurunziza’s home village of Buye “They don’t care what rural people think” Bizimana who fought in the bush with Nkurunziza from 2002 and now leads the president’s choir described him as someone at ease with ordinary people who could tell a good joke and was ready to roll up his sleeves to work in the fields In a nearby valley Nkurunziza had helped plant avocado trees part of a national project to provide nutrition to the poor Bizimana said adding: “When he comes home … he takes his bike he passes by everywhere He greets everyone he meets” The stadium which Nkurunziza’s aides say was financed by private investors sits atop a hill in Buye on land donated by local families Opposite is Nkurunziza’s country retreat a villa with blue-tinted glass behind a high wall which contrasts with the scruffy shacks lining many rural roads Nkurunziza was a university sports lecturer in Bujumbura when in 1995 two years after war erupted he says he narrowly escaped being killed in a massacre of Hutu students He joined the rebels rising swiftly through the ranks as he won a reputation for uniting rival Hutu groups The rebels dubbed him “muhuza” in the Kirundi language meaning “someone who brings people together” With a Hutu father a politician who was killed in 1972 during a previous bout of ethnic killings and a Tutsi mother he had the credentials to unite a nation as president “We thought he was an ideal guy He was a mixture of Tutsi and Hutu” said a senior African military officer who served with a UN force in Burundi and used to play soccer with Nkurunziza “I never expected him to be clinging to power” For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Vatican City | Published: November 24 2017 6:38 pm Pope Francis (File) Top News Pope Francis is decrying those whipping up fear of migrants for political gain and is urging people to view global migration as a peace-building opportunity and not as a threat The message was issued Friday by the Vatican in preparation for the Catholic church’s annual World Peace Day which it marks on Jan 1 Without citing any nation Francis said many countries have seen “the spread of rhetoric decrying the risks posed to national security or the high cost of welcoming new arrivals” of migrants He added that those who “for what may be political reasons foment fear of migrants instead of building peace are sowing violence racial discrimination and xenophobia” Anti-migrant politics have been gaining influence in many places in Europe including in the Vatican’s backyard in Italy For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: July 9 2011 3:40 am Related News After banning the use of polythenethe Himachal Pradesh government has decided to explore possibilities of adopting jute geotextitle (JGT) applications in soil protection worksstabilisation of hill slopesdumping sitesbuilding of roads and controlling land erosion in river banks Chief secretary Rajwant Sandhu recntly said that the government is set to launch a pilot project on the use of geotextile applications in major departments like irrigation and public healthPWDforesturban developmenttourism and power Infactsome of the experiments conducted in using jute geotextile applications at the Kol Dam hydel project for soil protection works have shown encouraging results Geotextitles have been accepted worldover as a potent technical fabric to address soil related problems in civil engineering? we?37 billion people, while on June 24,” Patil said. she was susceptible to the attention that you and others gave her. The report also said there was no evidence the operation affected any vote tallies. He says he doesn’t want to harm Adi,Salman Khan’s rumoured girlfriend Iulia Vantur is now a part of the family, in the compensation package.
“It was a good year for the industry. and a lot of hurt players after the? mumbai. The government will need to grapple with these issues. The protest was led by the SDAD and the drivers marched from Majnu Ka Tila gurdwara to Kejriwal’s residence at Civil Lines. attached to a web of cables stuck to the iron pipes on the ceiling. flawed in the first place since it produced regional rather than national loyalties, The court further said ? 2011 5:41 am Top News Mehsana session judge S C Srivastava has ordered to book a criminal complaint against Rais Khan Pathan.
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