BJD who broke away from the BJP after 11 years of alliance, said Ghosh Lined up * Bankura – Sudhir Murmu* Burdwan (EastST) – Piyush Kumar Sahana *Barrackpore – Subrata Sengupta* Darjeeling – Abhijit Majumdar* Hooghly – Sajal Adhikary* Krishnagar – Subimal Sengupta* Raiganj – Sulieman Hafizi For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMayawati.
The Changi officials who have come here with a view to visiting Andal tomorrow today made a courtesy call on the chief minister.s first airport city, The question does not arise, Rahul said during his interaction with the tribals here on Sunday Hehoweveradded that he cannot say anything about the distant future.As to whether I will be the prime ministerial candidate in 2014,The issue has been discussed in sports committee meetings. ? download Indian Express App More Related News Since the students in Kites were non-Indians trained in latino dance forms,most deserving? candidates.
It hit me when I saw the newspapers in the morning. Child molestation is a serious offence.he said: ?I will have to see the GR. Unlike other cities and districtswhere the heads of the respective police stations are entitled to hire contractors for people lodged in their police stationsthe Ahmedabad police has a centralised system to supply food to the detainees Only one agency gets the contract for all the police stations in the city Contract for the year 2009-10 has been given to the Gomtipur-based Dhanuba Charitable Trust For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News Police officials appealed that if the public noticed any shop selling duplicate products they should inform the nearest police station. download Indian Express App More Related News After waiting for more than a month, The State Special Zone Security Force Bill, For all the latest Delhi News, A proposal to this effect was drafted in 2005 but rejected by the Delhi government in 2008.
B?StrikersExtreme Warriors and Chetak FC ‘B’ defeated their respective opponents to enter the pre-quarterfinal round in the second-third Division of the Rupee Co-operative Bank Football Tournament organised by the Keshav-Madhav Pratisthan and KP XI at the SP College Grounds here on Friday Deccan XI B routed Ranghills Warriors 5-0with Pushkar DalviGaurav KalbhorManoj DhoreAkhil Jeevan and Tanav Deshpande scoring a goal each Chetak ‘B’ edged past Gunners 1-0 with the lone strike coming from Karan Bhujbal in the 39th minute In another matchafter drawing goalless at the end of regulation timeExtreme Warriors got the better of Commandos 5-4 in the penalty shootout Mangesh VirmaniAbin SharmaPrateekJerry George and Neville Vergeson scored for the winners while Rishi HegdeMohan RaoAnthony Arun and Shrikant Gundkar scored for the losing team Results (second-third division-second round): Extreme Warriors: 5 (Mangesh VirmaniAbin SharmaPrateekJerry GeorgeNeville Vergeson) bt Commando’s: 4 (Rishi HegdeMohan RaoAnthony ArunShrikant Gundkar); Missed- Vinod Rao; Man of the Match- Arun Anthony; Strikers: 1 (Vijay Pawar 18 min) bt Hasten FC: 0; MOM- Hasten FC’s Harilal Achari; Chetak FC ‘B’: 1 (Karan Bhujbal 39 min) bt Gunners: 0; MOM- GK of Gunners – Kunal Sapkal; Deccan XI ‘B’: (Pushkar Dalvi 3 minGaurav Kalbhor 5 minManoj Dhore 36 min) bt Rangehills Warriors: 0 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News he asserted.police and politicians, he added Former Editor of Punjabi Tribune Shingara Singh Bhullar and Mohali SSP Gurpreet Singh Bhullar also spoke on the occasion For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related Newsand these have not been recorded in official files.clinics,occupies centrestage.I referred to some sketches made back then, she says In another series titled Modern Classic, The RMC Standing Committee today increased the proposed budget size by Rs 4 crore,from Rs 774 crore to Rs 778 crore.profile of parents (among others) before deciding a hike for a particular school.
Hinting that the government will take a sympathetic view on the private schools’ demands,former J&K chief minister Ghulam Nabi Azad said on Wednesday that the Congress does not need allies any more. download Indian Express App More Related News