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officials said.Written by Express News Service | Published: October 27Bidushi might have been stabbed by a sharp weapon resulting in the stains, said a police officer The fresh blood on the floor was suspected to be of Kedar after he picked up Bidushi Police have till now questioned 25 peoplewhile statements of 35 have been recorded We have questioned many people and some are still being questioned Some technical and forensic reports are awaitedafter that the case will be clear? We are shifting the poles and clearing debris to widen the stretch, and his four-year-old daughter Liveshiya,Urban Development,Revenue Board. At the meeting held on Sunday,the lone dissenter at the meeting,several MPs are said to have expressed their willingness to contest the Assembly elections.

download shlf1314n Express App More Related News Beginning with Teen Taal,filmmakers and dancers. Another agenda that will come up for discussion is an increase in the amount paid to the Resident Welfare Associations for maintenance of parks in their areas. The civic body will take a decision on whether the reserve price should be reduced or not. AAP has planned to collect Rs 10 and will give the badge as well as the famous ‘Aam Aadmi cap’ in exchange. On the other hand, ?there is no way to run the units and meet supply commitments, said Chuni Patelgeneral secretary of Morbi-Dhuva Glaze Tiles Associationanother association of the ceramic industry The four associations of workers employed in the ceramic industry in the area made their charter of demand public last Wednesday Their demands include piped natural gas (PNG) at Rs 25 per standard cubic metre (SCM) instead of the current rate of around Rs 45permission to run coal gasifier plantswhich they claim is a cheaper fuel optionreduction in the value added tax (VAT) rate from the present 15 per cent to five per cent They have also sought reduction in excise duty from the current 1236 per cent to six per centin order to bring these two levies at par with other construction materials like marble or granite Lastlythey want re-imposition of anti-dumping duty on ceramic products from Chinastating the domestic industry would not be able to stand a competition For all the latest Ahmedabad News download shlf1314n Express App More Related Newsshe found the main door of the house locked from outside, a senior police officer said A worried Mushral ran inside and searched one room after another but couldnt find her mother or her youngest child anywhere Latershe found the two with their hands and legs tied and mouths taped inside the washroompolice said A PCR call was made and a team was rushed to the spot Begum told police that the assailants barged inside the house almost immediately after Mushral had left They rang the doorbell and when Begum opened the doorshe saw three men standing there brandishing knives They entered the house by force and made Begum and her grandson sit down Two of them tied their limbs and taped their mouths while the third assailant ransacked the house?

had gone to drop her 17-year-old daughter Farin to her tuition class. Meanwhile,Dhananjay Shinde (34) and Manoj Gajkosh allegedly killed Arun to take over his son?police said. 2012 5:27 am Related News A day after she was booked in a financial fraud case,The problems faced by eunuchs is based on their gender disability and so no seperate Act is required for them and they would come under the shlf1314n Penal Code, the affidavit states The official also noted? 2012 2:55 am Related News The state government on Friday told the Bombay High Court that it would not be possible to have any seperate Act for eunuchs and that atrocities against them cannot be dealt in the same way as those against scheduled castes or scheduled tribes.Lokpal,ADGPs, download shlf1314n Express App More Related News

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: May 24Namo Gujarat?eponymously named after CM Narendra Modi The channel is expected to start broadcasting next week and trial runs began Monday The channel will be available on GTPL and InCablethe two largest cable TV networks in the state The channelexpected to be launched by Modi himselfhas also tied up with four major vernacular news and entertainment channels for its content These channels have been showing Modis programmes liveincluding his Vivekananda Vikas Yatra. Other satellite channels will also air the same content, said a junior minister and close aide of Modi handling the Namo Gujarat project Hehoweverdeclined to discuss the channels finances A senior GTPL manager said the company was finalising its contract with Namo Gujarat As per the primary contractthis channel will be aired only until the elections The channel is sponsored by the BJP They are yet to confirm whether they want to telecast content for 18 hours a day or 24 hours?with only the occasional pungency of a curry or the charcoal smoke from a tandoor escaping the restaurant doors.

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