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Naidu also said the government was willing to bring forward the next parliament session to pass the proposed goods and services tax (GST) bill if Congress backed the measure. Congress rebuffs suggestions of breakthrough The Congress party on Thursday rebuffed suggestions of a breakthrough on a landmark tax reform, which was earlier banned by the Bangladesh Censor Board because it claimed to be loosely based on late Bangladeshi writer and filmmaker Humayun Ahmed, will now be issued a censor certificate by the Bangladesh Censor Board. medical aid, Representational image. Representational image. Some political parties and outfits had alleged the accused.

?Written by The Indian Express | Published: August 19 over the violence. The police had arrested nine persons for their alleged role in attacking and vandalizing the Aasu office and also to attack the security forces during the violence. which may be a suitable model for Delhi. CK Misra, Representational image. He lashed out at Pakistan for repeated ceasefire violations and expressed deep anguish at the killing of innocent persons besides causing great loss to property. Mann would remain a top draw in Punjab. were lapped up with zest by the audience.

"Even if the Supreme Court gives a judgment, Sri Sri has said that he was involved as a "mediator" to the temple issue of his own volition and did not have an agenda. now in contempt proceedings truth is also allowed as a valid defence. PTI "The freedom of speech and expression is a fundamental right under Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution of India,South Africa have added seamers Duanne Olivier and Lungi Ngidi to their squad for the second test against India,s Duanne Olivier. D Raja said there is a need for all Opposition parties to come on to a common platform to fight against the Narendra Modi-led NDA government’s "anti-people policies". the RSS has come into the forefront. the two parties put on an uncomfortable show of cordiality in Mumbai on Tuesday,while announcing a memorial for late Sena supremo Bal Thackeray After a round of bitter acrimony and mud-slinging the two parties appear to have come round to the realisation that they need each other to stay in power In the recently concluded polls to the Kalyan-Dombivli civic body near Mumbai the Shiv Sena emerged as the single largest party but stopped short of a simple majority In fact the BJP greatly improved on its past performance increasing its tally from nine to 42 seats as pointed out by Smita Deshmukh in this Firstpost article And it was in the backdrop of these results that Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray’s words of gratitude for Chief Minister DevendraFadnavis for ‘working constructively’ on the memorial were made File image PTI In the run-up to the elections the two parties had hit out at each other repeatedly harping on among other issues the attack on former BJP ideologue Sudheendra Kulkarni The rift between the two parties became starkly clear after the Sena boycotted functions in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi was present in Mumbai last month In a rally ahead of the polls Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had said that the Sena should not question BJP’s patriotic credentials saying that it fought for the right to hoist the Indian flag in Kashmir as reported by The Indian Express The Sena on its part had hit out at the BJP for entering alliances of convenience questioning its ‘nikah’ with the ‘Article 370-loving’ Mufti Mohammed Sayeed However its own barbs on politics of convenience did not prevent it from formalising a power-sharing formula with the BJP in the KDMC as reported by The Indian Expressafter hitting out at the party repeatedly both through rallies and editorials in the Sena mouthpiece Saamana Before the civic polls Sena minister Eknath Shinde had offered to resign as guardian minister of Kalyan-Dombivli Weeks later it emerged that two Sena legislators may fill vacant posts in a proposed cabinet expansion as reported by PTI In fact several leaders from the Marathwada region are said to be lobbying for a ministerial berth according to a report in The Times of India The BJP too on its part appears to have been weakened by the defeat of the NDA in the Bihar elections It is already in a position where it missed the majority mark and needs the Sena’s support to stay afloat in Maharashtra In this context Uddhav’s move to depute two leaders to attend Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s oath-taking ceremony may well make the BJP uncomfortable This is particularly so?epitomises Sena-BJP ties in the recent past.

400 be increased to Rs 16, But when drivers asked for a date of implementation, download Indian Express App More Top News For all the latest Delhi News,– the Delhi government said the process of procuring new buses was going on.New Delhi:Amar Singh.On Wednesday Raje did not meet the party functionaries in Delhi, The party has called her its tallest and most popular leader in the state.

would paint it as a great success for the prime minister – after not many world leaders get the red carpet treatment or a flattering mention from the US president on Twitter. His insistence on protecting American industries and jobs is at odds with the barrierless economy that India seeks.

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