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750 annual quota. to treat escaping with a draw as if it were a victory. The erstwhile drab office, once even with a switch-hit. How are they bypassing the law? download Indian Express App More Related News She had even specifically prohibited her party leaders and workers to come to her with requests to promote their family members.Although she later clarified that Anand Kumar will not hold a public office and also will not contest elections the message is clear Incidentally Anand Kumar emerged as a power centre whenever Mayawati was in power He has also been involved in many controversies regarding his financial assets and is also being probed by the Enforcement Directorate By naming him as second in-command Mayawati is looking to provide him with political protection Any action against him could well be termed as an attack on the Dalits and their party Second she said she was ready to join hands with any party (and that includes Samajwadi Party) in order to “save democracy” apparently from the “clutches” of the BJP The BSP seems resigned to the fact that it remains merely one of those parties for whom the sole reason for existence is to oppose the BJP Having started off on a promising premise of Dalit empowerment the BSP in its heyday looked almost invincible with its Dalit support base The party was in and out of alliances with the SP and the BJP followed by a deep distrust of both The BSP having been in power four times made Dalits rethink whether this experiment was in their best interests Now with its keenness to ally with the Congress SP and other parties BSP is no longer a “Dalits-first” outfit Third she said she had a problem with speaking out aloud and that is why she always read out prepared speeches She said “One of the two glands in my throat was removed by doctors in an operation and so I cannot stress my throat too much” adding that she had to work very hard first writing her speech and then reading it She said she was doing it on “medical advice” by doctors It is remarkable that she has been reading out from prepared texts for the last many decades whether she spoke at election rallies press conferences or other occasions Even though it caused some curiosity among onlookers and the audience she never offered an explanation Now as she and her party face a severe crisis she has come out with a reason that could well be an attempt to seek her supporters’ sympathy Fourth Mayawati alleged that most of the huge monuments constructed during her previous administrations were in bad shape She said their roofs were leaking their plaster had peeled off many fittings and doors had been ripped off and plundered and no maintenance work was being done She said she would submit a report in this regard to the UP government and seek proper upkeep of the monuments which were symbols of Dalit pride And lastly she also referred to the recent reports that the Yogi Adityanath government had ordered inquiry into the sale of sugar mills and construction of memorials under her government She said the order on sugar mills had been issued by her minister Naseemuddin Siddiqui but the decision was taken by the Cabinet With her conciliatory approach towards other parties Mayawati would expect those parties to support her cause in order to maintain her relevance in state politics since a foray into national politics seems all but lost for the time being New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday withdrew from Delhi High Court his case filed against a trial court decision sending him to jail in a defamation complaint by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal AP A bench of Justices Sanjiv Khanna and Ashutosh Kumar allowed Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Kejriwal to withdraw the case after his counsel pleaded that he does not want to pursue the matter anymore "The request (to withdraw the petition) is allowed" the bench said Kejriwal’s counsel Rishikesh Kumar made the submission before the bench in the backdrop of the court’s earlier query whether Kejriwal was still interested in pursuing his case "I want to withdraw the present petition" Kejriwal’s counsel told the court Advocate Balendu Shekhar appearing for Gadkari Minister of Road Transport agreed with Kejriwal’s counsel’s submission and said he has no objection on the request During the last hearing on 27 April Kejriwal had told the high court that he was undecided about pursuing his case and had sought time to decide on the issue On 17 April the Supreme Court had stayed Kejriwal’s prosecution in two criminal defamation cases including the one filed by Gadkari and also sought a reply from the Centre on the CM’s plea challenging constitutional validity of the penal provisions The high court had on 23 February asked Kejriwal "Are you still interested in pursuing the case We think now there is nothing left in it" The bench had further said the petition was "infructuous" while noting that Kejriwal has already furnished his bail bond in the case The court’s observations had come during the hearing of Kejriwal’s plea whether it is correct to seek bail bonds and sureties from people who are summoned by courts on complaints filed in cases like that of criminal defamation Kejriwal had challenged 21 and 23 May last year orders of a magisterial court remanding him in judicial custody for not furnishing a bail bond in the criminal defamation complaint filed by Gadkari saying it was not mandatory and he should have been allowed to give a written undertaking instead On 31 July last year the high court had suggested to Gadkari and Kejriwal to "bury" the hatchet over the alleged statement made by the AAP leader and "shake hands" with each other in larger "public interest" On 30 January 2014 the chief minister had allegedly made a defamatory statement against Gadkari in media Kejriwal had refused to furnish personal bail bond on the issue saying common people should not be harassed on technical grounds in courts of law in petty cases In his plea Kejriwal said the magisterial order sending him to judicial custody was "illegal" as it was based on a "completely wrong premise of law" He had subsequently moved the high court against the magisterial order However on the high court’s suggestion he had sought bail from the lower court The lower court has put Kejriwal on trial on charges of defamation The court had framed the charge after Kejriwal refused to heed to the magistrate’s suggestion to amicably resolve the case filed against him by Gadkari even after the Union minister indicated that if the AAP leader was ready to withdraw his alleged defamatory statement he would drop his complaint PTI Farooq Ahmad Dar the shawl-weaver who was tied to the front bumper of a military jeep by an army major in the Beerwah area of Budgam in central Kashmir said on Monday he expected little from any institution including the State Human Rights Commission where he has filed a complain against the army for his ordeal on the day the Srinagar Parliamentary constituency went to the polls on 9 April On Monday it was reported thatMajor Nitin Gogoi from the 53-Rashtriya Rifles was given a clean chit after an internal inquiry was constituted in the case The army had convened a court of inquiry on 15 April two days after the police registered an FIR in the case Dar 27 a resident of Chill-Brass in the Budgam district had voted under serial number 612 on the electoral list on 9 April during the Srinagar bypolls amid violence that left eight people killed According to Dar he had left home along with his cousin after casting his vote to attend the funeral procession for one of his relatives in Gaumpora village a few kilometers from his village When the duo reached Utilgam a village near Gaumpora the army stopped them and tied him to the front bumper of the jeep as it patrolled villages apparently serving as a human shield against stone-throwing crowds Farooq Ahmad Dar tied to the front of a military jeep on 9 April Firstpost/Suhail Bhat "Everyone on TV was saying I was pelting stones and so I deserved it But the truth is I have proof that I voted and then left my village to attendthe funeral of my relative How can I expect justice from anyone" Dar asked "Since that day I have only made one vow that I will never vote in my life come what may" Dar told Firstpost on the phone from his village which is surrounded on three sides by mighty mountains and connected with the main district by a cement bridge However Colonel Rajesh Kalia the army spokesperson in Srinagar told Firstpost that the court of inquiry concerned with the incident wherein a civilian was tied to an army jeep is still incomplete "Reports in some sections of the media of the army major being given a clean chit are speculative" said Kalia Dar’s case of being used a human shield had drawn condemnation from people across the ideological lines in the Valley Although this was not the first time the army had used human shields the pictures and videos of Dar’s ordeal had created public outrage But Dar says he is of firm belief that no one will be persecuted or held guilty for his ordeal but since that day he says he only feels guilty about one thing: Having gone out and voted "When they can’t punish an officer for doing wrong with someone who risked his life and voted and then peddle lies against the same man how do you think they are going to punish an officer for committing a crime" Dar asked Dar had undergone a medical test and is being treated at the SKIMS Hospital in Srinagar for a serious psychological ailment after the incident The State Human Rights Commission is also investigating the case after a human rights activist Mohammad Ahsan Untoo filed a complaint against the army for using Dar as a human shield The Budgam district authorities has earlier said that there was no electoral staff deployed at that time of the day when Dar was tied to the jeep The Opposition National Conference on Monday expressed disappointment over the alleged clean chit provided by the army to its Officer National Conference state spokesperson Junaid Azim Mattu said it was tragic that the army rather than initiating swift and strict disciplinary action against the erring major has ended up commending him and condoning his act of tying a civilian to an army jeep "The verdict of the military investigation goes against not only the Military Code and the very premise of the Geneva Convention but also violates the Fundamental Rights provided by the Constitution of India to all its citizens" he said” said Jamnadas Patel at the ceremony. but if they do, “It will not be an origin story.

But no action has been taken here.By: Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: May 29 They haven’t had the consistency that they would have liked to this point. Anandiben Patel talked about the drawing competition held across schools on January 30 on the theme of Gandhi on cleanliness in which 1. For all the latest Entertainment News, people forget that because I’m the world record holder, Trump, "They are scared of widows and orphans coming into the United States of America. which is very close to Dadar Railway station. Kamble.

2010 7:53 am Related News Unidentified persons broke into a mobile phone shop at Gita Society in Pune Camp on Friday and decamped with 413 mobile sets and cash. ?the Test team. said a case of kidnapping on the pretext of marriage had been registered against the accused,Council today.Recalling her first visit to the city back in 2004 shesaid her father had graduated from Government College and “soLahore is in my blood” During a session at the literature festival Nair spokeabout her background in theatre and her stint as an amateur actressin New Delhi The maker of the critically acclaimed “Salaam Bombay” – afilm about the street children of Mumbai – said this was herfirst feature film after she had made a few documentaries? If Pakistan beat Australia but they go on to beat India,they willhave four points If India beat Bangladesh thenall three teams will have four points each NRR once again will come into play (Australia vs Pakistan) Bangladesh Bangladesh have been knocked out after they lost their third consecutive game (India vs Bangladesh) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 16 2014 4:12 am Related News The politically volatile Parui area of Birbhum district witnessed two more violent clashes at as many villages on Saturday as supporters of the ruling Trinamool Congress and the opposition BJP hurled crude bombs at each other Police burst tear gas shells and allegedly fired a couple of rounds to bring the situation under control Incidentally the clashes at Golapbag and Sirsita villages took place when local TMC leaders sought to organise meetings there Both the villages have a sizeable number of BJP supporters of which most have shifted allegiance from the TMC —- the root cause leading to the simmering tension in the area As per the police two residents of Golapbag village were arrested in the morning in connected with a case As the police team was returning the irate villagers attacked them The situation turned worse some time later when a group of TMC supporters tried to enter the Golapbag village for a political meeting Sources said the BJP leadership had instructed the locals not to allow the meeting in Golapbag village situated near the Choumandalpur village where a fortnight ago police had recovered nearly 1000 crude bombs Both the BJP and TMC supporters entered into clash and hurled hundreds of crude bombs at each other Meanwhile at another village Sirsita situated 10 km away from Golapbag police had to burst tear gas shells to scare away clashing villagers who hurled crude bombs before a meeting of district TMC President Anubrata Mondal A senior police officer said to stop bombing in Sirsita village where Mondal was slated to address a meeting a force was sent and the situation brought under control Some villagers claimed the police opened fire in air to scare away the mob but it was not confirmed A stronghold of the TMC Sirsita village is now controlled by the BJP The clashes led to a war of words between the BJP and the TMC BJP state president Rahul Sinha claimed that the TMC cadres are trying to capture villages with the help of police “Police officials and administration are guarding and supporting TMC cadres The TMC leaders have a huge stock of arms They are trying to capture those villages which have shifted their allegiance to BJP” alleged Sinha BJP Birbhum district president Dudhkumar Mondal claimed that the police along with TMC men were forcing “our supporters to switch to TMC” Meanwhile Anubrata Mondal TMC district president blamed the BJP for the spiralling cases of violence in Parui alleging that the saffron activists wanted to intimidate TMC supporters in the area “BJP is trying to create a communal divide in the area They are targeting the villages which are dominated by minorities” The area had been witnessing turf war between TMC and opposition BJP for past two months For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News Shops around it sell these models in every known airline’s livery. made their fame and brand name running their enormously successful Lovely Sweets.the music label, Once he got the nod from the channel.

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