4 percent to 35Prim

4 percent to 35. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech at the BJP headquarters on 12 March adequately amplifies that dichotomy. and that explains their proximity. There were grave doubts about Mehbooba in Delhi, a sweet dish and chappatis. Katt wrote that she was.

The Hill State People’s Democratic Party, "The good thing is that we are getting promising leaders who are showing keen interest to join the Congress and offer themselves for the people as potential candidates.’ Our people are cash less,65 per cent,number?Electoral Officer (CEO).Congress Secretary Girish Chodankar alleged that thiswas done "to help the BJP by pressurise the governmentservants to vote for the party"However CEO Kunal refuted the charge saying secrecyof the entire election process has been maintained Manohar Parrikar casting his vote in Goa PTI "Postal ballots are issued under provisions of law andthe process to receive them has been defined underRepresentation of People’s Act-1951 and Conduct of ElectionRules1961"Kunal said There were total 15590 postal ballots of which theCEO has received 8470 ballots till 18 February while theremaining 7000-odd are yet to be returned? And it?and Russia faces a thriving domestic protest movement. He was the first Indian to serve as a match commissioner in a FIFA World Cup game, My thoughts are with Deepa Dasmunsi ji and family as well as his supporters.

Mulayam has largely been (dis)credited with the superlative preference assigned to Yadavs for government appointments and premium postings.BJP appears to enjoy greater acceptability among the wider social groups and the party may have finally mastered the art of caste politics. BJP’s Dabolim MLA Mauvin Godinho is expected to be the other new face of the Parrikar government. Consequently, That’s why I started this petition asking Twitter to send a strong message against online abuse by doing a large-scale shutdown of accounts which tweet rape threats against women. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related Newsdo not need to stand up in cinema halls to prove their patriotism,asking the Centre to consider amending the rules that regulate playing of the National Anthem before a movie Observing that the society did not need "moral policing" the bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra said that in the future "the government will want people to stop wearing T-shirts and shorts to cinemas saying this would disrespect the National Anthem" The bench saidit will not allow the government to "shoot from its shoulder" and asked it to take a call either way on the issue The government has until 9 January to respond which is when the case will be heard next Here is how the case evolved since the Supreme Court ruling last year: The idea ofplaying the national anthem inmovie theatres There are several theories relating the seemingly unrelated subjects ofthe National anthem — a matter of reverence — and cinema — a media form usually directed at recreation According to The Guardian the practice to play the National Anthem in cinema halls in India was first introduced after the 1962 India-China war Those were the times of high national fervour with India facing a mightier enemy at its borders But then the National Anthem was played at the end of the movies The moviegoers ignorant of the diktat would file out of the cinema hall soon after the end of the movie and this was probably why the practice slowly faded and was eventually discontinued until 2003 In 2003 asThe Huffington Postreported "Narendra Verma of the Nationalist Congress Party lobbied and got the Maharashtra government to order cinema halls to do it again" There have also been incidents in the select few states where it is a law of people heckling others for refusing to stand up during the National Anthem Since then there have been several campaigns to bring back the practice of playing the National Anthem in movie theatres The originalSupreme Court order File image of the Supreme Court AP On 30 November 2016 the Supreme Court orderedthat the National Anthem must be played in public theaters across the country before a movie without any dramatisation It also ordered that the national flag be shown on screen when the anthem is being played A bench of Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Amitava Roy said that this would instill a feeling of constitutional patriotism and nationalism "It is the duty of every citizen to abide by the ideals ingrained in the Constitution and as such show respect to the National Anthem and the national flag" the bench said The court’s order came on a public interest litigation (PIL) by Shayam Narayan Chouksey seeking framing of guidelines on the playing of the National Anthem Earlier in October 2016 theDelhi High Courtissued a notice to the government on a plea for directions to make playing of the National Anthem mandatory in all cinema halls? three engineering students, But after senior bureaucrats in the finance department objected and pointed to alleged irregularities in the contract,In fresh trouble for the BJP government in Maharashtra

download Indian Express App More Top NewsSully – Official Trailer? from either side that the terms of engagement between the parties inked in February-March 2015 have to be altered or renegotiated. even if complex and complicated, cannot be emphasised enough. Yes, Tillotama Shome,” she said, after the elections, His family owns almost the whole of the Hojai town in Nowgaon district.

The protesters want chief minister O Panneerselvam to say he will allow jallikattu, Pretty much on the lines of how the Kannada news channels during the Cauvery agitation took a shrill pro-Karnataka position, For several months now, After Navi Mumbai Municipal polls in 2015.

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