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According to informed sources, "I will speak to Nitish Kumar and try to persuade him to reconsider this decision,which also,the rise in import prices,” said Shajahan Mohammed, I came to know about the decision to keep everything closed in the evening. We felt the restrictions first during the India- Pakistan War of 1971 when civilians were not allowed to enter the area. 2016 12:41 pm Telugu actor Naga Chaitanya celebrates his 30th birthday today Related News Coming from an established cine family, courts have tried to liberalise the Right to Equality and Right to Life and Personal Liberty, Bengaluru.

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if you could understand any of it: ? you are my heart/And we will never, download Indian Express App ? Happy Newyear 2.question of diluting the atrocities act.Maratha community to protest the Kopardi rape is threatening new? “We were staying at a lodge in Paharganj. However,movement? these are some of the countries where mass protests.

Barne is closely followed by Baramati MP Supriya Sule,” he wrote introducing Ginni, After the alleged poaching of Congress MLAs by BJP,partyhasnow claimed that Rawat offered the rebel MLAscash to stay with the party A sting video released by the rebel MLAs shows the CM bargaining with rebel party MLAs and offering them money to win over their support during the floor test in the Assembly on 28 March Rawat called the video ‘fake’ Congress alleged that the "dirty tricks department" of BJP president Amit Shah is at work while the saffron outfit demanded "immediate dismissal" of the Rawat government Abeleaguered Rawat on Saturday met the Assembly Speaker and backed the demand for disqualification of nine rebel Congress MLAs ahead of the difficult trial of strength on Monday as rivals traded charges on alleged bribes to win legislators Speaker Govind Singh Kunjwal had served notice to nine rebel Congress legislators seeking their responses by 26 March on why they should not be disqualified from membership of the house under the anti-defection law for violating the party discipline and aligning with the opposition BJP After meeting Kunjwal Rawat who was issued a notice regarding the demand for disqualification said he provided documents supporting the petition of Parliamentary Affairs Minister Indira Hridayesh seeking disqualification of the rebel MLAs The Congress party has sought the disqualification of sacked minister Harak Singh Rawat and former chief minister Vijay Bahuguna and seven other MLAs on the ground they have voluntarily given up membership of the Congress by joining the BJP MLAs by shouting anti-government slogans in the Assembly and thus attract the provisions of the anti-defection law The Congress which has a strength of 36 MLAs in the 70-member Assembly faces revolt by nine MLAs led by former chief minister Vijay Bahuguna who are said to have voted against the government in the financial business last week Releasing the alleged ‘sting video’ in Delhi former Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna who is leading the rebel MLAs said "The very content of that CD proves that you (Rawat) are using undue influence and bribe to attract the nine MLAs. He should resign on moral grounds" "The sting CD being shown on news channels is fake The reputation of the man behind it who is associated with a private news channel is not hidden from anyone His antecedents must be probed" Rawat said at a hurriedly-called press conference at his residence in Dehradun Even though he called the CD "false" Rawat said if at all it indicates something it is that the rebel MLAs have aligned with BJP for money In a statement AICC’s chief spokesman Randeep Surjewala said "Congress will not be cowed down by such tactics conspiracies and threats Even today the Uttarakhand government enjoys majority We will abide by constitutional directions and will prove our majority on the floor of the House" BJP meanwhile demanded that the President should dismiss the current Congress government? The Rawat government does not have majority in assembly, He was quoted as saying that competition between airlines would take care of this issue. Nor will they. Dec 9th – 11th Weekend #USA BO: 1. “A big Ty to the Telugu audience for welcoming me.

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