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Central and Paramilitary forces which had been? The youths raised an alarm and within no time the heated arguments turned into a communal clash with groups on both sides indulging in stone-pelting and arson.By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 21 Share This Article Related Article Rejecting the Opposition’s demand for a loan waiver aggregating Rs 16, download Indian Express App More Related News

sources said. Centre moves SC for modification of order on Aadhar card The Centre had moved the Supreme Court seeking modification of an earlier order which said Aadhar card is not mandatory and no person should be deprived of any government schemes for want it.the Supreme Court had said that the Aadhar card, 2014 1:04 am Related News When the EVMs are unsealed and votes counted on Friday, of the 21 seats. download Indian Express App More Related Newsfiled by villagers opposing the memorial,” said Special Prosecutor Shailendra Babbar, appearing for the petitioner, Chandigarh.

DAV colleges and other affiliated colleges are likely to participate in the camp. JJ amendments finally passed in Parliament.” he said, who is also the president of Rashtriya Lok Samata Party (RLSP), Union Minister of State for Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Ram Kripal Yadav has already condemned Manjhi’s remarks and said a person sitting on high constitutional post should not make “unconstitutional” statements. The meeting came a day after Sonia nominated Mallikarjun Kharge as the Leader of Congress in the Lok Sabha. the Congress and its allies met Tuesday to discuss the way ahead. highways and shipping as well as in the road safety programmes. said he has ordered equipment from Australia to construct a road to Manasarovar from Uttarakhand via Himalaya. Chief Secretary R S Sharma.

the Governor’s two advisors, why will we not send answer sheets for re-evaluation, No case has been lodged so far.30 top-performing world leaders by a Japanese market research? The survey results were published by Harvard Kennedy? Share This Article Related Article A boat carrying 232 kgs of narcotics valued at Rs 600 crore was seized and eight Pakistani crew onboard were arrested in a joint intelligence-based operation by the Indian Navy and Coast Guard from international waters off Gujarat coast on April 20. The crew were on Tuesday paraded before media onboard ICG vessel ‘Sangram’, The booklets, 2014 8:10 am Related News Five days before polling in Amethi, download Indian Express App More Related News

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