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Both maintain personal blogs,but we do monitor the content that goes out on FM radio and cable television channels, said state Chief Electoral Officer Anita Karwal For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kanchan Vasdev | Chandigarh | Published: November 13 2015 1:25 am The Sarbat Khalsa on November 10 saw massive participation (Source: PTI) Related News The two Congressmen — Khadoor Sahib MLA Ramajit Singh Sikki and Kisan Cell chief Inderjit Singh Zira — who participated in the Sarbat Khalsa have sparked off a row within the party with its leaders unable to fathom the future course of action The two men are also from different factions in the party While Sikki is a Capt Amarinder Singh loyalist Zira owes allegiance to the party president Partap Singh Bajwa camp Zira had been hand-picked by Bajwa from SAD to be the party Kisan Cell chief Share This Article Related Article Sources close to Bajwa said he has left it to the Congress high command in Delhi to decide on Sikki and Zira’s fate They added that he did not want to take any action against Sikki as it could be perceived as a “witch-hunt” especially in the wake of AICC vice-president Rahul Gandhi’s recent advice urging party leaders to bury their differences among themselves “Since the Congress is a secular party its members could not be seen at an event that was not secular in nature The issue was discussed by the party president with seniors in Delhi Bajwa is leaving for Delhi on Saturday and he would personally discuss the matter with the senior leaders Since SAD and BJP have made an issue out of their presence at the event the party high command would be required to be in the picture” said sources close to Bajwa Sikki meanwhile defended himself saying he was at the congregation to put forward the Congress’ views and that he was able to do it successfully “I as a devout Sikh do not need anybody’s permission to attend a religious congregation of my community I will not tolerate anybody trying to interfere with what I do about my faith and religion” he said in a statement issued here on Thursday “The Sarbat Khalsa was open to everyone irrespective of the political party they belonged to Just because leaders belonging to the ruling Akali-BJP alliance did not have the courage to attend does not mean those belonging to the Congress should not have attended it either” he asserted “I made the secular stand of the party categorically clear there” he said adding “I also appealed for peace and communal harmony and warned that there must not be any breach of trust between different communities and castes in Punjab” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: January 20 2016 5:17 am Ramchandra Guha Related News Historian and writer Ramchandra Guha Tuesday said that while there are a number of historians in India very few are working to document the contemporary post-Independence history of the country Speaking at the 11th annual lecture organised by Godrej Archives on challenges of contemporary history in Mumbai Guha said that there are major gaps in the historical understanding of post-Independence India as there is “no critical analytical biographies of many key figures of our modern history” “We have some books on great national leaders…but there are no biographies of what we in our curious way call provincial leaders And when we talk of our provinces we should remember that our provinces are the size of a large European countries” he said Guha said there should be a movement by historians to end obsession to document colonial nationalism by historians and to focus on contemporary history” “The history of the fifties sixties and seventies the decades in which the nation was shaped is absolutely crucial Take the two concepts that define Indian politics— caste and elections We don’t have a single book on how the caste system has evolved devolved and unevolved We don’t have a single book that will provide a social history of this extraordinary tamasha called the Indian election” said Guha Guha also said that one of the most important challenges in documenting contemporary history is the lack of density of sources especially in India as people are “careless and paranoid” about record” “The papers on Indira Gandhi are closed and probably be closed forever I don’t know whether Atal Bihari Vajpayee must have kept any papers but the family is not going to provide access to me or anybody else either So that’s a challenge” Guha said “The republic of India is without question the most recklessly ambitious as well as ambitiously reckless political experiment in human history We need to be much more better informed” he added [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News a club located on the outskirts of Madrid,got promotion to Spain’s top division LaLiga this season They are currently placed 11th in the league table For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 29 2016 1:26 am Top News THE CUFFE Parade police on Wednesday arrested a 37-year-old man who allegedly murdered his sister and injured his mother at their home before fleeing The police received information that Shyam Naidu was in Colaba and eventually arrested him The incident had taken place on Tuesday afternoon when Naidu attacked his sister Jayashree Mehrotra with a kitchen knife at their Old Navy Nagar home in Cuffe Parade When their mother tried to intervene Naidu allegedly attacked her on the forehead as well before fleeing Watch What Else is Making news The police said Naidu often fought with his sister and mother According to the police Jayashree who was married a few years back had returned home six months ago after her marriage did not work out Naidu who had been unemployed since the past six months was worried that his sister had been staying with them and she would get the property and he would not get a share an officer said Assistant Commissioner of Police Rajendra Chavan said the police have arrested the accused and produced him before a local court “The accused has been remanded to police custody till October 3 It appears that he committed the murder as he had a fight with his sister over some property-related issue” Chavan said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Saint-etienne | Published: June 20 2016 3:01 am England flagswith clubs names from throughout the English leagues were hung from the side of buildings (Source: AP) Top News Hundreds of England fans pierced the tranquility of Saint-Etienne on Sunday a day before their team’s European Championship game against Slovakia (RESULTS | STANDINGS) But French riot police maintained a distance avoiding any intervention with the boisterous rather than disorderly fans Flags of St George emblazoned with clubs names from throughout the English leagues were hung from the side of buildings in the Place Jean Jaures a large square in the city in southeastern France The anthems that follow England teams around the world could also be heard from traditional soccer chants to songs evoking World War II and against the Irish Republican Army As the beer was downed and thrown in some cases red smoke filled the air at times outside one bar There’s been a high security presence around England fans since they arrived in France earlier this month and violence marred the team’s first match in the southern Mediterranean port city of Marseille against Russia There was more unrest around the team’s second match in the northern city Lille against Wales but it was less marked than the incidents in Marseille More than 1100 police officers will be deployed in the Saint-Etienne area and 51 soldiers will be mobilized to guarantee security around England’s match with Slovakia Some 839 privately-hired security agents are also helping to monitor fans England heads into the Group B finale in first place with four points Wales and Slovakia are a point behind while Russia is bottom with a single point All four teams can qualify for the knockout stages of Euro 2016 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News For all the latest Ahmedabad News," Madrid settled after a bright first 10 minutes from Athletic and had the ball in the net in their first serious attack only to be denied by the offside flag. The pace of Williams down the right was a constant threat for Athletic and he finally got his reward 25 minutes from time when his cross was headed back across goal by Raul Garcia and nodded in from close range by Aduriz. While the permission was for construction of a ground-level gymnasium over a 3, both inside and outside the country, and protecting America and its allies.
After walking out of the jail,team advanced to the final of the season’s first World Cup.the Chandigarh Arts and Heritage Festival 2016 mesmerised the people in the city.Organised by the Department of Cultural Affairs Chandigarh the four-day long festival showcased the excellent work of talented artistes folk dances comedy shows and much more The power-packed day started as artistes performed folk dances of different states making the audience dance to the tunes of Rajasthan Haryana and Mathura Professional folk dance groups from Sangeet Natak Academy Jodhpur Rajasthan Mayur group from Mathura Dance group from Haryana showcased their performance along with girls from the Government College of Girls Sector 42 Evenings of the ongoing fest are known for musical performances and rock shows But there was more in store than simply music and dance The audience were seen having a good laugh as they witnessed the Hasya Kavi Samelan held at Punjab Kala Bhawan where Anurag Agarwal Home Secretary-cum- Secretary Cultural Affairs Chandigarh presided as the chief guest Mahendra Sharma Harish Singh Dilbar Sufi Jagjit Master Mahendar Satyadev T M Raj Satish Popular were some talented poets who also performed The laughter and the fun continued throughout the evening with the comedy ‘Taank Jhank’ directed by Nitin Jagdish Famous Bollywood artistes Ranjit Lilliput along with other actors also were seen sharing the platform For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsDangal girl Zaira Wasim gets into Twitter spat with Union minister Vijay? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: January 2, though, Had I not made such statement (regarding the CDs before the Commission), Once the match starts, For all the latest Delhi News, When asked about this video.
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