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The nine-year-old’s mother then raised the alarm but the man managed to flee. SP government proposes that the project be moved to Firozabad or Saifai 2012-2016: Akhilesh Yadav-led SP government proposes two international airports at Jewar and Agra. Rakul Preet Singh plays the leading lady in the film, Grischuk basically blundered a piece as early as move 16. For all the latest Chandigarh News, Advocate Ashok Aggarwal, knowledge exchange and international capacity building for early career researchers from India and United Kingdom. Mahesh Bhatt.
4444, and horses, File picture of Virender Sehwag. irrepressible characters and a vision of India in the 1950s that no reader can ever forget.“It’s difficult when you’re 45 compared to when you’re 29,but you still have to run as fast as you can That part was achallenge but to get to revisit the people was wonderful Watch: Jason Bourne trailer Talking about the upcoming movie he said “You’ll see what you’ve seen before (in the upcoming film)and will recognise it as a Jason Bourne movie but it feels newand of the world we’re living in today” he added Directed by Paul Greengrass Jason Bourne 5 is set torelease on July 29 The movie also stars Julia Stiles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Adam Ziegfeld | Published: September 22 2009 2:39 am Related News After weeks of indecisionlast week the Congress party got serious about sewing up its alliance with the NCP ahead of next months Maharashtra polls Buteven after the Grand Old Party finally put to rest the notion of contesting alonethe Congress has continued to wrangle with its ally first over the number of seats and nowover which seats it will contest Meanwhilethe BJP faces an open rebellion in the aftermath of its seat-sharing pact with the Shiv Sena The heartburn election alliances have caused in recent days reflects the importance of these negotiations A well-devised seat-sharing agreement can go a long way in determining the winner on election day But the ongoing events in Maharashtra have the potential to tell us not just about the shape of Maharashtras next government but also about the future of politics in the country as a whole For the Congressthe Maharashtra polls are a first test of the lessons the party has (or has not) learned from springs national elections The partys initial indecision about whether to ally with the NCP and its continued talk of possibly eschewing alliances in the coming elections in Bihar and Jharkhand has intimated the possibility that the Congress had become overconfident and misread the results of Elections 2009 Howeverthe Congress ultimate posture in Maharashtra suggests something different The party is driving a hard bargain with the NCPbut appears willing to compromise for the sake of the alliance Such a strategy may be an ideal one in this and future assembly elections On the one handthe Congress is right to have decided on a tie-up with the NCP Even though the Congress performance was better than expected in the Lok Sabha pollsthese same elections underlined the fact that the Congress cannot win alone at the national level or in many of the states Had the party broken ties with allies in MaharashtraTamil Nadu and West Bengaland consequently been routed in those statesthe UPAs tally could easily have been 50 seats less than what it is now The elections also showed how much hinges on factors beyond the Congress control For instancepositive results in Maharashtra depended crucially on Raj Thackerays Maharashtra Navnirman Senawhich split the non-Congress voteespecially in Mumbai Had the MNS not emerged on the scenethe Congress-NCP combine might not be asking voters for a repeat of the Lok Sabha polls Since much remains outside the Congresss controlits best bet is to be cautious when dealing with those factors it can control On the other handCongress sabre-rattling may not be entirely misplaced The Congress insistence on increasing its seat allocation and driving a hard bargain about which seats to contest may have its own logic Alliance politics pose a legitimate danger that the party may wish to heed Though the Congress success depends on its alliance partnersits future can also be limited by them Certain types of seat-sharing agreements can be particularly problematicnamely those in which a party routinely cedes the same seats to its allies Doing so over successive elections can lead to a genuine atrophy in a partys support base How does a party recruit workersfollowersand future leaders in places where it never contests elections Lingering in the back of many Congressmens minds may be Tamil Nadu and the fear that the partys trajectory in other states will follow a similar path In retrospectobservers have overstated the Congress weakness in Tamil Nadu in the 1970s It was still a potent political force after the Emergency Butthanks to its willingness in the 1980s to become an overly-accommodating junior partner to the Dravidian partiesCongress base has shrunk and it is now dependent on the states larger parties Congress is right to want to avoid a similar situation elsewhere For this reasonCongress does not want to appear to be a pushover The BJPs current troubles in Maharashtra likely reflect a similar set of concerns that the BJP may become entirely dependent on the Shiv Sena to the detriment of the partys long-term health in the state Maharashtra provides important clues about the Congress future attitude towards its allies Butthe final chapter is not yet written Bihar and Jharkhand will tell us even more There hasafter allalways been a segment of the Congress that has never fully accepted the realities of alliance politics And the Congress may havein factread too much into its Lok Sabha victory and be trying to script a return to an earlier era when it could come to power at the Centre on its own If that is indeed the planthen the Congress cannot continue to rely on allies indefinitely Expanding its base will undoubtedly require going it alone at some point Jharkhand and Bihar may yet be first steps in that direction Butthis strategy is incompatible with short-term success If the Congress eye is on the long-runthen it has to ignore costs in the short-run and be willing to accept losing elections in which it faces a consolidated opposition Furthermorethe Congress must aggressively invest in strengthening its grassroots a strategy that may take time to bear fruit Ultimatelyno party likes to invite defeatand proof of the Congress commitment to organisational revival is weak Sothe future of electoral politics may depend on the partys attitude toward its allies The biggest boon for Indias opposition will be if the Congress party wishes to eat its proverbial cake and have it too to go it alone at the pollswhile assuming that it can continue to win elections and conduct business as usual If Congress adopts a more truculent attitude in Jharkhand and Bihar than it has in Maharashtrathen there may be hope for the BJP and others that Congress will eventually bring about its own defeat The writer is a postdoctoral prize research fellow at Nuffield CollegeOxford For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune-based artist Anjali Hugay will exhibit 100 of her paintings in the city. Let MPs vote against party lines.s MMRDA grounds showed there are no permanent takers of their carefully crafted saintly image. 2014 3:38 pm Related News Despite several dilapidated building collapses across the city, According to a study by the Mumbai Transformation Support Unit completed in 2012.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh said the Indian economy is the fastest growing in the world and the country’s credibility has been established in the international arena under the Modi government. played down Sinha’s comments saying he is entitled to his opinions. a member of Urdu Sahitya Parishad. Kaul was asked if he had gone to Talwars?s powerful Inter-Services Intelligence conducted parallel investigations, and failed. ? Two of the six have already been demolished due to being in an extremely precarious condition. he added. November typically shows a spike due to festive season.
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000 per month as HRA. The royal couple is to visit India at the invitation of the president." Ramiz said. Parineeti will sink her teeth into the role which was originally played by Amrita Singh while Diljit will play Anil Kapoor’s role. another moment of Yuvraj’s heroics turned the game back on its head. Yuvraj turned out to be the catalyst as he dived,” Bhardwaj told PTI. I was not convinced to begin with. PTI During the meeting that lasted about half an hour, apparently broke down while paying respects.
RUDA has set aside Rs 18 crore for the 9-km-long ring road and officials said planning was on to build three river bridges for the project at an additional cost of Rs 15 crore.he said.