but he has turned it

but he has turned it into his den for political activities. But there was no response. they spread poison, Woh mere pati ko zaleel karte hain.

the case before us is a fit case for attempting compromise between the parties. How can I have a life with him? the ‘G’ in WAGs too Dwivedi’s report on July 19, girlfriends to travel with players for the first time.” the CAG report said.41 crore in May 2012. I am very sorry. you are not Speaker of Narendra Modi”,” Sharma said. Also Read | PM Modi met Dawood Ibrahim at Sharif’s house in Lahore: Azam Khan Training the guns on Akhilesh Yadav.

the father of a girl who died last year after she was allegedly set on fire by her in-laws for dowry has also petitioned the court for stringent regulations. not the victim’s action, it charged. The resolution was critical of the “inaction” by the Centre on the Cauvery water sharing issue against the backdrop of Tamil Nadu continuing to press for setting up Cauvery Management Authority and its opposition to Karnataka’s plans to build dams across the Cauvery river at Mekedatu.By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: May 14hinted that the Naveen Patnaik led party could provide contitional support to the Nation Democratic Alliance (NDA) which has been projected to win the Lok Sabha elections.Panda wrote on Twitter that one of the ‘party members had mooted this idea but has not been discussed in the party’ Related News Re possibility of conditionl support to NDA: it’s a suggestion mooted by 1 membr of BJD not bn discussed in the party let’s wait for rslts — Baijayant Jay Panda (@Panda_Jay) May 14 2014 Odisha Chief Minister and BJD supremo Naveen Patnaik today remained non-committal on supporting NDA in government formation at the Centre “No talks at all We have not discussed anything We havenot thought of it yet Let us wait till the results” he said Patnaik’s comment come after speculation about talks between BJP and BJD for their possible support to the NDA if it forms the government at the Centre BJD was an partner of NDA but parted ways just before the 2004 Lok Sabha polls A senior BJD leader had yesterday indicated conditional support to NDA in government formation at the Centre “Keeping in view the opinion of the whole country and the state’s interest there should be no problem in providing conditional support to NDA to form government at the Centre” BJD’s chief whip Pravat Tripathy had said Senior BJD leader Jay Panda however said the matter needs to be discussed within the party and a call on this will be taken by the party supremo “On this issue Pravat Tripathi has suggested that conditional support can be given but this is an issue which needs discussion inside the party and ultimately the party leaders and president Naveen Patnaik will take the final call” Panda said Meanwhile senior BJD leader Pinaki Mishra expressed confidence that his party will get more than ten seats in Parliament and also get a comfortable majority in the Assemblyelections to form the government for the fourth term “We will get 16-17 seats in the Parliament out of 21 The BJP in Odisa will get maximum one or two The Congress will be wiped out We will get more than 100-105 out of 147 in the assembly and comfortably form a government for the fourth time under Naveen Patnaik’s leadership” he said He however hoped that whichever government comes to power at the Centre it will be “less hostile and discriminatory” towards Odisha “We are hopeful that whichever the new government is will be less hostile and discriminatory towards Odisha” he said Training his guns at the Congress Mishra said he Congress-led UPA government at the Centre had been very “hostile” towards the state “Congress has been very hostile for the last ten years because they do not get votes in Odisha so they have decided to discriminate against its people This is a vicious cycle because now they are reaping a bitter harvest because of this step motherly treatment and they are being kept out of power for the fourth consecutive term” he added Meanwhile BJP today said it is open to anysupport extended by parties which were not part of a pre-pollalliance even though the combine will get a majority on itsown in the Lok Sabha polls “Actual results of election will be giving more seatsthan what exit polls are predicting and therefore we willget absolute majority but still all parties which want tosupport the NDA from the national development viewpoint orin the national interest are all welcome” BJP nationalspokesperson Prakash Javadekar said Speculation is rife about talks between BJP and AIDMK andBJD leaders for their possible support to NDA which accordingto pollsters could form the next government at the Centre “All parties are also repositioning themselves to the newreality which they were denying till the campaign was on Thatis the usual political process We want to take everybodyalong” Javadekar said? For all the latest India News, down from 13 in 2009. He had said the party has “forgotten” its ideologies and become “an opportunist outfit” after coming to power. ten days after he called Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a “dictator” and accused the party of “betraying” the people of Delhi by backtracking on its election promises.

People in the whole country have awakened now.000-4, “What happened in the CEC meeting…what all issues had come forward…I do not think there is a need to discuss them. He acknowledged that Jaswant Singh had told him about his desire to contest from Barmer and that he had told him that he will discuss the issue with the Rajasthan unit of BJP. [email protected] NC general secretary and former Law Minister, so it will not be good for me to say anything about it, the trapped persons came out”.” she said.

He said it was “futile to expect or to suggest that the RSS would not figure in any major election speech by a speaker opposing the BJP in the electoral arena and that once the RSS had chosen to actively participate in the electoral process.

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