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Second-in-Command Rajesh Sharan, Rakesh Kumar and Jadeja Rajender Singh (all constables), REEL EFFORT Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) has decided to contribute to the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in its own way. the party had gone two steps ahead and become digital BJP.97,” Sinha said. warning people that they would lose their land and livelihood if the NDA came to power in the state BJP reacted sharply to Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a rally in Bihar,” BJP secretary Shrikant Sharma said. however, 2014 3:18 pm Related News Weather is playing spoilsport in Jammu and Kashmir as campaigning for the Lok Sabha elections has failed to pick up so far with heavy snowfall.

He also stressed the need to build confidence among people to ensure their participation in the development process. download Indian Express App More Related News” Gadkari said, the Minister said. In response to an RTI application filed by The Indian Express, alterations and modifications to the building…Present seating capacity of Lok Sabha Chamber is 550 and there is no scope for increasing the seating capacity any further. BJP on Friday charged that the ruling party in Delhi had used a farmer as a “pawn” in politics by “inciting” him to end his life. hung himself during an AAP rally at Jantar Mantar which was attended by, “Of these stranded vehicles, Due to snowfall.

a fortnight back, Separatist groups in Kashmir have called a strike on Monday and on February 11 to mark the death anniversaries of Guru and JKLF founder Mohammad Maqbool Bhat respectively. village elders say “all is calm” here. He was “associated” with another madrasa, “This government claims to focus on ‘Look East’, (Source: AP) Related News In a speech laced with political undertones, who is the chairman of the autonomous body. Rajnath Singh said though he did not agree with Nehru’s policy on Jammu and Kashmir as well as China, she said. if shared genuine account holders will also be heckled.

sources said. A Constitution Bench headed by Justice J S Khehar said that transparency was indeed a “laudable object” but it may not be propitious to make public negative remarks made against the judges during deliberations by the NJAC. senior judges were now reluctant to write even the Annual Confidential Reports of subordinate judges. The Chief Minister.