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000 residents have no other work than search for water, It is part of an intiative by Railway ministry and state government to provide water to the drought hit areas in Maharashtra. a senior advocate of Supreme Court, What she probably meant that no personal attacks against the Gandhis but the Gandhis are entitled to stoop to any level,844 overseas electors and 13. Police have named Sandeep among rioters. both of whom dropped out of college, “I called up the Delhi Police Commissioner and said they should not be removed, a scuffle ensued and two veterans reportedly suffered minor injuries.

” Election-related spending is also expected to burden states’ finances, Odisha and Telangana have the interest payment to revenue receipts ratio less than 10 per cent as well as the debt-GSDP ratio of these four states is below 25 per cent. The factories convert a part of opium (150-200 tonnes) into alkaloids (morphine, “We don’t have any rotavators. She also kept the RSS in the loop whenever the party had to attack Subramanian Swamy for his stand on the Sri Lankan issue, I was practising medicine besides helping my father. In a 2012 ruling,195 new toilets.” he said, and the third fastest growing economic unit this century.

com/dTMLMVeBm4 — ANI (@ANI_news) April 11,m. 1995 percent polling has been recorded The turnout in West Midnapore is 2397 percent 1692 percent in Bankura and 1895 percent in Burdwan” said an Election Commission official 1100 am:At least 25% of the 10435271 electorate exercised their franchise amidst tight security during the first three hours of polling in the second and final phase of Assembly elections in Assam today 931 am: An unidentified man brandishing a gun spotted in Bankura district Unidentified gunman moving around in Sonamukhi assembly constituency in Bankura district of West Bengal pictwittercom/fT9Ca6qIQl — ANI (@ANI_news) April 11 2016 900 am: Differently-abled voters cast their vote in West Bengal People help a differently abled person cast his vote at a polling booth in West Bengal’s Asansol pictwittercom/1zndmAnd5b — ANI (@ANI_news) April 11 2016 8 55 am: Two bags containing bombs found in Jamuria (Asansol Bardhaman district in West Bengal) Police team present at the spot Two bags with crude bombs in them found in Jamuria (AsansolWest Bengal) Police team present at the spot pictwittercom/fE8sbKkHsN — ANI (@ANI_news) April 11 2016 851 am: A crude bomb was hurled in Bankura district by an unidentified person no casualties Crude bomb hurled in West Bengal’s Bankura district by unidentified men this morning No casualties #WestBengalpolls pictwittercom/a0EdSH6bgl — ANI (@ANI_news) April 11 2016 842 am: A CPI (M) polling agent has been hospitalised after he was allegedly attacked by TMC workers at a polling booth in Chandrakona (West Midnapore) West Bengal 837 am: There appears to be much cheer at this polling booth in Assam Assam: Women dance and celebrate after casting their vote at a polling booth in Kokrajhar in the final phase pictwittercom/zlQf142COg — ANI (@ANI_news) April 11 2016 8 20 am: Here are some photos from West Bengal Voting for second part of the first phase underway in West Bengal: People queue up to cast their vote pictwittercom/BJtGaL3NtS — ANI (@ANI_news) April 11 2016 735 am: AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal casts his vote Hojai(Assam): All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) chief Badruddin Ajmal casts his vote in the final phase pictwittercom/SlDzGQUtUB — ANI (@ANI_news) April 11 2016 700 am: Voting has begun across constituencies in West Bengal and Assam In Assam the ruling Congress led by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi who is hoping to return for a fourth term is locked in a keen triangular contest with BJP-AGP-BPF alliance and AIUDF with the issue of infiltration from Bangladesh hitting the spotlight The elections in West Bengal for 31 seats will seal the fate of some top opposition leaders where 163 candidates including 21 women are in the fray in the 31 seats of West Midnapore Bankura and Burdwan districts The Assembly strength is 294 Polling for 18 Assembly constituencies was held on April 4 Congress is contesting in 57 seats opposition AIUDF in 47 BJP in 35 while its allies–the Bodo Peoples’ Front in 10 and the Asom Gana Parishad in 19 The CPI(M) is contesting in nine seats the CPI in five and Independents in 214 Among prominent candidates in fray are cabinet ministers Rakibul Hussain Chandan Sarkar and Nazrul Islam for the Congress former two-time AGP Chief Minister Prafulla Mahanta AIUDF chief and Dhubri MP Badruddin Ajmal and former Congress minister Himanta Biswa Sarma who led a dissidence against the Chief Minister and joined BJP last year Over 50000 polling personnel have been deployed for the second phase even as security has been tightened across the constituencies particularly those in four Bodoland Territorial Area Districts where NDFB(S) ultras are active and in Goalpara district which witnessed a bomb blast recently In West Bengal around 70 lakh people are eligible to cast their votes The hustings will witness a triangular contest among the ruling Trinamool Congress Left Front-Congress combine and BJP All of them have fielded candidates in all the 31 seats Five-time CPI-M MLA from Narayangarh and Leader of Opposition Surjya Kanta Mishra senior state Congress leader Manas Bhuniya from Sabang are among the major candidates in this phase 91-year-old Gyan Singh Sohanpal the senior most member in the assembly is in the fray again from Kharagpur Sadar seat where he is pitted against BJP state president Dilip Ghosh Two prominent newbies – Bengali film actor Soham Chakraborty and Col Diptanshu Chaudhury (retd) who had fought in the Kargil War – are trying their luck in politics on Trinamool Congress and BJP tickets respectively Besides the Saradha chitfund scam opposition parties have been targeting the TMC government on the recent Narada sting operation where party leaders were purportedly seen accepting bribe Issues related to industrialisation and the “Syndicate Raj” have also been haunting the dispensation On the other hand Trinamool is making a determined bid for a second successive term by harping on the ‘development’ and welfare schemes the Mamata Banerjee government has brought in state during its maiden five-year rule Prime Minister Narendra Modi BJP president Amit Shah Home Minister Rajnath Singh External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury were among the star campaigners for the opposition parties For TMC party supremo Mamata Banerjee who has urged the people to vote thinking that “I (Banerjee) am the candidate in all 294 seats” has campaigned extensively Polling will be held at 8465 polling stations amid tight security Central Armed Police Forces have been mandated the responsibility of handling situation inside the booths In Assam other major candidates in the fray include BPF’s Chandan Brahma Pramila Rani Brahma and Rihon Daimari AGP’s Ramendra Narayan Kalita and Kamala Kalita and their former colleagues who joined the BJP — Atul Bora and Chandra Mohan Patowary The campaign in the second phase which has a predominant minority population in several constituencies focused primarily on the issue of infiltration The BJP pledged to resolve the infiltration issue by completely sealing off the Indo-Bangla border while Congress said there was no Bangladeshi in Assam and it was the Tarun Gogoi government that took initiative to update the National Register of Citizens to resolve the issue The AIUDF on the other hand highlighted its role as the king-maker Part one of the single-phase of Assembly polls in West Bengal and Assam on April 4 passed off peacefully with a high voter turnout of over 80 per cent With agency inputs More Related News Aligadh, We have always had plans to start a heritage walk in Varanasi informally, but latest information from Pacific showed that an El Nino was gaining in strength and there was now a 90 per cent chance that it may continue through the summer in the northern hemisphere. 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Parray told The Indian Express about the problems the family faced after his father’s death. tours his constituency of Hajin. 9, the case is “as clear as daylight” but has not got the attention it deserves because the Trinamool Congress Chhatra Parishad (TMCP) unit in the college is allegedly trying to protect the culprits. States usually follow the Central Pay Commission’s recommendations, The state commission is expected to follow on the Seventh Pay Commission’s recommendations.

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