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It took a further fifty years before the Dalits found their own voice and their own winning party. Indeed, two rivals who are as talented as they are vulnerable on the big stage,Since the situation (of garbage collection) had gone from bad to worse, Candidates joining the force will have to gear up for new challenges in the force.this has stopped.MLAs and senior party leaders in Lucknow.the supporting infrastructure was not ready yet.” Ewen, who replaced Keisha Buchanan in the group in 2009.

The working committee has forwarded the report to the IPL governing council,BCCI? Soumyajit Ghosh, The smartphone will be available in two colour options- Metallic Gold and Absolute Black. Suresh Raina made half-centuries on both occasions while Kohli struck a masterful century against West Indies. India’s playing XI on the night won’t be so straight-forward. If so, I don’t know how much I have, Kashmiri separatist leaders,” Joshi added.

so sexy,but never really loved anybody. The Modi government in its arrogance has cast a dark shadow on India’s parliamentary democracy by sabotaging the Winter Session of Parliament on flimsy grounds. The government is mistaken if it thinks that by locking the temple of democracy it will escape constitutional accountability ahead of the Assembly elections Parliament is the forum in which questions should be asked —questions about corruption in high places conflict of interest of serving ministers and dubious defence deals Government will be obliged to answer these questions but in order to avoid the questions and answer ahead of Gujarat elections the government has taken the extraordinary step of not holding a Winter Session when should be held The prime minister had the audacity to have a midnight celebration in Parliament to launch an ill-prepared and flawed GST but today he lacks the courage to face Parliament Unemployment rising inflation falling exports and GST are causing tremendous suffering to millions of people A year later demonetisation has done nothing but rub salt on the wounds of distressed farmers small traders housewives and daily workers The fortunes of a handful are being built by destroying the future of the poor and the oppressed Yet the prime minister continues with greater vigor to make announcements false promises and to quote facts and figures that have nothing to do with the reality on the grounds The Modi government is also forcefully trying to change the history of modern India by systematically erasing the contributions made by Pandit Nehruji and Indira Gandhi —be it through rewriting school textbooks through malicious misinformation and propaganda or ignoring with disdain the importance of the birth centenary of Indiraji This vilification is blatant and for all to see Friends Rahul and many of you colleagues here and in Gujarat are working hard for a positive result in that state Let us do our best to prove that people are not fooled and that they will make the right decision and defeat the present dispensation there Follow our live blog for more updates By: ANI | Dehdradun | Published: April 18 2017 9:10 am Top News An owner of a famous jewellery showroom in Dehradun was sentenced on Monday to two years of rigorous imprisonment for hiding his Swiss bank account from the Income Tax (I-T) department The court has also slapped a fine of Rs 25000 on Raju Verma who owned ‘Punjab Jewellers’ On March 14 2012 the Income Tax department had found that the man had Rs 92 lakh in his bank account which he had not disclosed He was later convicted under section 276 C (1) (willful attempts to evade any tax) and section 277 (false statement in verification) of Income Tax Act 1961 Verma has been granted a month’s bail by the court for appealing in the higher court and other 16 accused have been arrested in this matter too The I-T department had received a written complaint in 2012 that Verma had a personal bank account in Switzerland which he had not disclosed to the I-T For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Published: October 7 2017 4:20 pm The players called on CBF to include women in leadership and decision-making positions (Source: File) Top News A group of former Brazilian women’s national team players have signed an open letter criticizing their federation following the dismissal of coach Emily Lima The group includes Formiga who currently plays professionally for Paris Saint-Germain in France but retired from the national team last year after a record-breaking career that included every Olympic women’s tournament “We the players have invested years of our own lives and all of our energy to build this team and this sport to its strength today” Friday’s letter said “Yet we and almost all other Brazilian women are excluded from the leadership and decision-making for our own team and our own sport” Lima the first woman ever to coach Brazil’s national team was fired late last month after less than a year on the job The team went 7-5-1 during her short tenure Following her dismissal several veteran players including Cristiane and Fran stepped down from the team They were among those who signed the open letter along with Formiga “Over many years we have lived and watched in despair as Brazil’s women were neglected by CBF (the Brazilian soccer confederation) The events of the last week where players’ voices were ignored and some are now retiring in protest is the result of a long history of lockout” it read “While some validly choose to remain inside the team and seek change from within the fact that players have to make such a choice raises bigger issues It has made us determined to speak out and demand change” The players called on CBF to include women in leadership and decision-making positions and to help provide a path for players to pursue coaching jobs Cristiane spread the letter to social media with the hashtag (hash)hearhervoice “Today I’m posting a very important document which I’ve signed together with many legends of the Brazil team Please join many other former national team players from around the world by supporting & sharing our request for gender equality in Brazil football” she said on Instagram The CBF did not respond to an email seeking comment Oswaldo Alvarez known as Vadao was hired to replace Lima Vadao was the coach of the team before Lima replaced him but he was dismissed after the Brazilians failed to reach the podium at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics Marta perhaps the best known current Brazilian player said a week ago that she did not plan to step down”I will not stop playing for Brazil Whenever they want me I will be willing to go” the 31-year-old five-time FIFA World Player of the Year said about a week ago “I am very sad these athletes still have a lot to give I hope the girls take it back so we can fight like we did all our lives asking for improvements pay rises and whatever is needed” Marta plays professionally in the United State for the Orlando Pride which is set to play Saturday in the National Women’s Soccer League semifinals against the Portland Thorns For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Congress today hit back at Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi for opining that the party had no claim to the post of the Leader of Opposition (LoP) in Lok Sabha and alleged that his view on the matter was aimed at "pleasing the political masters" "The AG’s opinion is not worth the paper on which it is written It is unfortunate that the AG has given an opinion to please his political masters The AG is just providing an apology for the blatantly partisan approach of a confrontational governmentCongress leader Anand Sharma Image courtesy PIB "I do not know to which law the AG has referred with regard to the LoP The AG is expected to have a better understanding of law and statutes not to give such an opinion which belittles his office" Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma told reporters in New Delhi Dealing a blow to Congress’s bid to secure the LoP’s post the AG has opined that the party has no case for claiming the same There is no precedence to backs its case since the days of the first Lok Sabha the AG has said Rohatgi conveyed his views to Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan after she sought his opinion in the matter sources said Sharma also accused the government of "trying to pressurise" Mahajan on the LoP issue even as he urged her to take a "fair" decision in the matter Maintaining that the appointments in which the LoP’s role is mandated would get "vitiated" if made in the absence of the representative of the Opposition Sharma said that the party has not ruled out the possibility of approaching the courts if it is denied the post "All this reveals the intention of the government. They are trying to pressurise the Speaker. The Speaker should act impartially" Sharma said Sources said the AG has opined that Congress is not entitled to the LoP’s post as it does not have the required 10 percent (55) seats in the 543-member Lok Sabha Congress has only 44 seats "We hope that the Speaker will reject this opinion which is just to please the executive and do what is correct This is a test for the Speaker and for Indian parliamentary democracy" Sharma said Sharma said the law is clear on the question of the LoP and there is no stipulation about a party needing to have at least 10 percent of the membership of the House He said there is a clear-cut law regarding the LoP which was passed in 1977 and amended in 2003 It clearly states that the party with the largest number of members on the Opposition side should get the LoP’s post Sharma added "Speaker’s ruling directives or for that matter any subordinate legislation cannot modify cannot override and cannot dilute this law There is no law which says otherwise" he said Asked whether Congress will move court if denied the post Sharma said "There are other ways as well Whatever remedies are available to Congress we will use that Either the country will run as per the law or its ‘manmaani’ that needs to be decided" When told BJP is arguing that the absence of the LoP will not make any difference as such Sharma said it was a sign of "mental bankruptcy" and "legal illiteracy" He also rejected the contention that there was no LoP on many occasions in the past when Congress was in power saying there was no point citing examples from 30 years ago Claiming that every attempt is being made to deny the LoP’s post to Congress Sharma said if that was done it would be "in direct conflict with law" PTI Written by Muzamil Jaleel | Updated: December 24 2014 11:24 am Related News For the first time since 1983 the state has voted along communal and regional lines in such a manner that the mandate has clearly exhibited the vast gulf between the political aspirations of Jammu’s Hindu electorate and those of Kashmir and other Muslim majority areas? which in itself was a huge success. However, Police were deployed near the university campus to prevent any untoward incident, whose ‘The Argumentative Indian’ on Amartya Sen had faced Censor hurdle with Nihalini asserting the documentary can’t be passed with beeping of six words/phrases, Over the past decade or so, The bench also demanded corruption cases be lodged against Sharif and his family over the Panama Papers scandal. "The leaders have a much stronger brand than the parties.

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