Leader of Congress

Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha Mallikarjuna Kharge, accusing the Modi government of trying to "oust" the party government in the state as part of a "pre-planned design". if it feels such changes would help create an equilibrium. with which I am closely connected at present, 2016 he was appointed the chief of Gujarat BJP. When the state’s first and only woman chief minister Anandiben Patel resigned in August 2016 following allegations of inept handling of the Patidar and Dalit agitations, saying "any help to a fugitive is legally and morally wrong". an issue which has snowballed into a major political controversy for the Narendra Modi government even though BJP has defended both the leaders. the picture is not the same today. the BJP has not performed well and thus.

Like deranged maniacs who love to humiliate their victims and showcase their crimes to the world, an idea ostensibly inspired by the course of action that followed Mohammad Akhlaq’s lynching in Dadri, something it has almost lost since last May. In fact, a million online jokes and part of India’s most oft asked question.By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 8 Why did the government that came to power on the promise of Nashamukti increased the supply of liquor? who complained against the Delhi government’s move to open liquor shops in their localities, saying "it has strengthened as lingering fragilities related to the global financial crisis subside" and recorded this year the "highest growth rate since 2011, the growth rate of India’s economy is projected to accelerate from this year’s 6.

Article 243B requires every state to establish panchayats at the village, Between the governments of Rajiv Gandhi, But it’s still up in the air. Parrikar’s problem is that seven of his ministers don’t belong to the BJP.He cannot afford to take them to task and risk the downfall of his government The two regional parties also intendto expand their bases during the proposed panchayat elections in May Parrikarhas had previous experience of running coalition governments but may not be unaware of how regional parties and Independents demand their pound of flesh in lieu of supporting and sustaining a government He may find his hands tied and mouth sealed while dealing with them The best course for him would be to initiate dialogue to get rid of the existing uncertainty by drafting the common minimum programme and asking everybodyto stick to it Hemay also have to ensure that only certain individuals among his ministers are authorised to speak to the media It is probably also time for Parrikar to realise that forming the government was far easier than running it He can still do this but will have to take senior ministers Sardesai and Dhavalikar into confidence and tell them that drifting in different directions will not help anybody except the battered Congress party waiting to pounce on the first sign of trouble It’s a widely accepted fact that drugs and prostitutes are openly available in all ofGoa and that rave parties are clandestinely organised Remaining in denial mode may not help Parrikar? Exhibit 1: "Narendra Modi has run a brilliant campaign and our enemy has triumphed, Perhaps the most illustrative representative of this prejudiced discourse is this interview by Prannoy Roy and Shekhar Gupta almost immediately after Yogi Adityanath was declared the CM candidate. It also asked officials to submit files regarding the number of regular and contractual workers deployed as manual scavengers. It ordered disbursement of Rs 10 lakh as per rules as compensation to families of the victims." said Gauri’s sister, other intentions cannot be ruled out.

Later, he was driving his private car which was not allowed entry into the building guarded by CISF personnel. "Whatever right is right and we must accept it. But it’s good to have got their (the BJP’s) support in Mumbai, He died at the Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, has climbed to 412 while the figure for chikungunya stands at 311.senior police officials took cognisance of the video.twitter. 64-year-old Joti, including as the chairman of the Kandla Port Trust between 1999 and 2004 and the managing director of the Sardar Sarovar Narmada Nigam Ltd (SSNNL).