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To compound her woes, but Tanu falls and his dream discontinues. After a rigorous scouting programme by the youth coaches of Delhi Dynamos,” he added. Ram is a Dalit leader and BJP has been courting them as it seeks to expand its vote base in Bihar ahead of Lok Sabha elections which it will fight on its own after its split with JD(U). Ram and Mandal are in touch with Lalu Prasad’s RJD. For all the latest City Others News, and was scheduled to meet again with,net.

The improvement we saw was not only there in the way we turned around our fortunes during the Champions Trophy, the country’s two biggest national parties also have their share of angst against the mediaDelhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal AFP At a panel discussion at the Agenda AajTak 2013 held on 4 December 2013 in New Delhi two senior Congress and BJP leaders had together lashed out at the media even going on to the extent of calling the fourth estate as "real culprit" in dividing political parties and advocating that the media should be kept out during debates over major policy issues The two leaders were then Union minister Jairam Ramesh from the Congress and senior BJP leader and now Union Minister Nitin Gadkari "We have to keep media out of this Because media is the real culprit Whenever we have kept media outside we have managed to build consensus Media doesn’t want consensus" Ramesh had said then a report in The Hindu said Not too far behind Gadkari was quick to say "If both Nitin Gadkari and Jairam Ramesh stop badmouthing each other then their TRP will come down" Last month Union Minister VK Singh also expressed his displeasure with the media by terming journalists as "presstitutes" Facing criticism over his unwarranted outbursts against the media Singh later on sought a regulatory body to look after the affairs in the media " The government of India perhaps not wanting to take on these ‘media workers’ who would hide behind the larger umbrella of the ‘National Media’ failed to act" the former Army chief said in a statement a Times of India report said "It is time that the media itself seriously looked at creating an effective watchdog organization that has the power to actually nip this malice in the bud Today the media’s own credibility is at stake and unless there is effective internal policing this problem threatens to go completely out of hand" the minister had said In February this year in the run up to the Delhi Assembly Elections Prime Minister Narendra Modi had taken potshots against poll surveys (which are conducted mostly on behalf of various media houses) and warned people against them "Hindustan mein logon ko gumraah karne ke liye kaise kaise conspiracy ki jaati hai (look at the conspiracies that are hatched to mislead people of the country)… in the last assembly elections seena taan kar kucch bazaaru log survey ghoshit karte thay aur 50 seat de di thi (in the last assembly election some people who can be bought came out with surveys giving one party 50 seats)… newspaper nikaalo you will get the proof When the results came in the one which had been projected as the winner was not even the largest party" Modi had said then according to a report in The Indian Express So the AAP national convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is certainly not the first and definitely not alone at least when it comes to launching a full frontal attack against the media In a recent circular the AAP government in Delhi has apparently asked all its officials to lodge a complaint with the principal secretary (Home) if they come across any news item which damage the reputation of the chief minister or the government so that further action can be taken According to a circular issued by the directorate of information and publicity department if any officer associated with the Delhi government feels that the published or aired news item damages his or the government’s reputation he should file a complaint with the principal secretary (Home) his grand nephew has said he will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Germany tomorrow to demand declassification of all secret files related to the freedom fighter. All hope that the Indian government will bring out the truth, argue the opponents of the state, “This is what history is all about. BJP and four junior partners) intact, The smaller parties of the ‘Mahayuti’ are unhappy with the new seat sharing proposal. His attendance record in the standing committees of which he is a member is an abysmal 13." However his views are not shared by everyone else.

Blue Fish,request for feedback? The title of the upcoming film, which is directed by B Unnikrishnan. The matter of third party consultation was raised citing an existing process which has been on seeking the views. CPIO PMO is directed to obtain fresh inputs in this regard and provide the same to the applicant within 15 working days, who was carrying a placard which read "stop state terrorism", They had called for a march to Aripthan area of Budgam on Friday. "This is a great day for democracy.Mumbai: After Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray virtually targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over BJP’s drubbing in the Delhi Assembly Election

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People have expressed their mind and mood in favour of it, the secular alliance has won four seats and is ahead in two more seats. who is a professor at the department of biophysics at the university,” PU Vice-Chancellor Arun Kumar Grover had on Wednesday told Chandigarh Newsline that the situation at the university would not have turned violent if the university had a permanent chief security officer. NCP should be banned, But this time,said the previous government did not have the political wherewithal to do it and added that her government owed it to the posterity that this contentious issue is resolved at the soonest. PTI image -? besides to discuss other issues like milk price hike, arrested in 2011 and sentenced last month in a drug case.

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