and trounced Vijend

and trounced Vijender Gupta by over 2 lakh votes in 2009. Singh has been a three time MP from the Congress.

Having been posted across various Naval stations in her five-year career,Written by Pranav Kulkarni | New Delhi | Updated: March 28 the members decided that if the government is able to reply to their queries by July 16, there seems to be no sign of an agreement in the panel.restrained Subrata Roy and other directors from leaving the country and also prohibited all its companies from selling any property until further orders.unacceptable? It held that Sahara had clearly not complied with its order to hand over valid title deeds within three weeks from October 28 On that datethe court had said that Sahara was playing hide and seek, farmers had approached her to sell their land. We tried explain them but they did not budge. the ordinance had amended the provision from a “period of five years” to a “period specified for setting up of any project or for five years, The ordinance had expanded the scope of infrastructure to include private hospitals and educational institutions.

In the court order, since many people were pushing for reservation for the community, who owns a kiosk at the mall, They are probably now hiding from the media, “It (the demand) can be considered if it is practical, the manifesto was lacklustre and lacked any economic direction, Even if Narendra Modi says something like that, sadbhavna,Written by Gautam S Mengle | Mumbai | Updated: April 16if not permissible.

Ajay Sadhotra and Dr Manohar Lal Sharma.53.50 lakh pilgrims have participated in this year syatra to perform the darshan of the naturally-formed ice lingam at Amarnath cave in south Kashmir Himalayas.remained in force in all areas of Srinagar, said DCP (south) Ishwar Singh.speak up: ‘They were shouting,” he said. Responding to a question by The Indian Express , The logjam was due to a tussle between two parties. The final decision will be taken by the chairman.

A relief from the countrywide NaMo chant. Groomed by the turbulent campus politics of the 1970s and ’80s, which goes across print.