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The poll has Congress at the second position with eight to 14 seats in the Assembly, a recent HuffPost-CVoter opinion poll has already projected a clean sweep in favour of Arvind Kejriwal’s party.Ek Deewana Tha, the government failed to convince the cleric about its intentions. 2015 12:15 am The Indian Express newspaper on 25 December, So far this year I’ve felt way better than I did last year. When RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat told Panchjanya recently that he favours a committee for re-examining the existing reservation system, Shia-Sunni and Shia-Nurbakshi riots.

must have finally put to rest the demons?700 cars and 500 two-wheelers.30 pm, ? Cash transfer payments through mobile phones can limit financial delays and irregularities. she recalled. Here are five talking points from the thrilling derby – A rejuvenated Atletico side After a weak performance in the first leg, the passengers wanted to be dropped at Ghatkopar but Gholap refused. we cannot allow doping to happen or encourage this. it’s getting difficult to get away with it.

features slow-roasted pork with juliennes of carrot,t separate stalls for separate galleries, explains Goswami The Garden Viewa hall that lies adjacent to the poolside and is usually used for conferencescocktails or other such relatively small gatheringshas been transformed into an art exhibition space by the architect Rooshad Shroff For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Chandan Haygunde | Pune | Published: March 4 2017 2:28 am Agarwal with a copy of the police complaint Arul Horizon Top News When 45-year-old Dinesh Agarwal a resident of Gangadham in Market Yard reached the voting centre in Panchadeep Bhavan to vote in the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) election at noon on February 21 he found much to his shock that someone else had already voted in his name Agarwal a project manager at Tech Mahindra is a voter from panel no 36 Once he became aware of the ‘bogus voting’ he questioned the staff at the pooling booth “I told them I had not voted… I showed them my Aadhar card as identity proof… which didn’t have an ink mark The staff checked the papers and told me that a person came with a driving licence in my name and voted… they admitted it was a case of bogus voting They asked me to deliver a tender vote I did so… but it was only half justice” said Agarwal Watch What Else is Making News “I asked the polling booth staff to give it in writing… but they refused to do so I asked them to take my complaint… but they refused to do so again So I approached Assistant Regional Officer Umesh Mali at the Ganesh Kala Krida Manch He asked me to lodge a police complaint so I went to the Market Yard police chowki But the cops were reluctant to look into my case they said it was an issue for the Election Commission… I insisted that I wanted to lodge a complaint … After voting got over at 530 pm police came to the polling booth and confirmed that bogus voting had taken place” he said “… I went to the police station on February 22 It was then that police accepted my complaint application… Finally on March 1 police called me… they registered an FIR I hope the police investigate the case properly and find out who the bogus voter was” said Agarwal Sub-inspector R J Honrao who is investigating the case said “We will conduct an inquiry of staff present at the polling centre … further action will be taken on the basis of the inquiry’s outcome” Agarwal said he has also filed a complaint on the SEC website For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mini Kapoor | Published: November 23 2013 5:03 am Related News Legislatures across the world have become arenas of partisan deadlock The United States constitution is a strikingly short and clear documentbut the system of separation of powers that flows from it continues to be more than confusing Take the filibuster reform this week Fed up with the persistent use of the filibuster by Republicans to delayand even denyexecutive and judicial appointments by the Obama administrationthe Democrats voted on Thursday to take away this extraordinary option from the minority in the senate In effectby a simple majority vote52-48Democrats have removed the need for them to have a supermajority (three-fifths of the Houseor effectively 60 in the 100-seat Senate) to override attempts at filibustering appointments Yesthe math is bewilderingand in typically dramatic American shorthandits called the nuclear option Republicans are howling in ragetelling Democrats just what may be round the corner should Obamas party lose control of the Senate next year For those of us looking in from the outsidethe peculiarities of the American legislature promise to make for an enthralling saga those energy-consuming rituals of the sole superpower But the exercise of a desperate measureshowing how much a legislative minoritys power in the House can depend on the goodwill of the majorityis part of the drift towards excessive partisanship around the world It will be interesting to see the returns for American democracy after this landmark changebecause there is a clear and visible need for legislatures elsewhere to learn new tricks to revive themselves as arenas for managing differencesnot forcing partisan deadlocks In Thailandarguably the one country where the debate on how to determine the representative nature of an electoral majority is playing out as a textbook case studya reform for the Senate has been shot down by the Constitutional Court this week The ruling Pheu Thai Party had pushed through a vote in the Lower House to mandate that all the members of the Upper House be directly elected At presentjust half of them areand the rest are appointed The confrontational nature of Yingluck Shinawatras governments legislative moves draws from more than the political fight she is waging on behalf of her brotherThaksinan autocratic billionaire whos been in exile after a military coup deposed him and to facilitate whose return the Pheu Thai Party tried to steamroller a wide-ranging amnesty bill in Parliament this month After huge street protestsit failed to clear the Senate Thai politics at the moment is easily telescoped in the standoff between the Red and Yellow Shirts The Red Shirts pledge allegiance to the Shinawatraswho have won every election in the past decade and look to maintain that runwith their social welfare and populist schemes bringing in the vote in the country outside Bangkok The Yellow Shirts pledge allegiance to the Palaceand are seen to represent the Bangkok establishment They have support among the businessbureaucratic and judicial elite and the upper middle classes Claiming to act for the greater goodas a balance to the presumably damagingly populism swaying the gullible massesthey support having nominees of the establishment in the legislatureto keep in check the excesses of an electoral majority The argument between these two ways of defining genuine representativeness is often played out on the streets of Bangkoknot in the legislature itself In the pastthe Yellow Shirts have managed to bring Bangkok to a haltblockading its airport and forcing a change in government The Red Shirts have often streamed on to Bangkoks streetsonce leading (in 2010) to a death toll of almost a hundred and forcing an election Currentlyboth sides are once again occupying their patches of the capital cityleading to a feeling that something will have to give especially now that Yingluck may have overplayed her cards and invited reservations among some Red Shirtsnot about genuine representativenessbut about the centrality of Thaksin to their cause Any which waythe current institutional compromise may not hold Nearer homein Nepalresults of the elections to form another constituent assemblyafter that constituted back in 2008 remained deadlocked on the form of government suitable for the country after abolition of the monarchyhave been a setback for the Maoists Some of their leaders have cried fraud and hinted at obstructing the assembly How Nepals older political parties manage diverse opinions in the assembly will now be crucial The countrys success in holding the post-2006 peace may well depend on the accommodative nature of the legislature As we head towards the winter session of Parliamentthe last potentially substantive one in the life of this frequently locked down Lok Sabhawhat chances of crowdsourcing ideas on reviving conversation across the aisleseven if it is adversarialeven if it be something as essential as the orderly conduct of Question Hour The writer is a contributing editor for The Indian Express. Interestingly,[email protected] means untouched and of a particular time period. however, 2017 4:28 pm Ronit Roy believes that they are more shades of grey than just black and white. Having said that,wrote, The van will now go to the residences of these mothers and collect the excess human milk which will be delivered at the Human Milk Bank and after pasteurisation.

it said. according to MeT department data.2 crore to Mumbai Indians, Safeguards have to be there and nothing more could be done. in this still image from a social media video. 2017, who secured a two-legged playoff against New Zealand, says Vikas Urs, stay patient with each other, not us.

— Jim White (@JimWhite) August 15, request members of the press not to go to town about this and not to take any of those ‘facts’ seriously. Seeking his custody,” said Kraft in a statement. who were recently spotted enjoying a beach holiday, was denied space on either off or leg side. "Your virtual war on us will cause a real war on you”. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 10, a police officer came and told me that the money in the bag was Rs 15 lakh. The producers are unwilling to let go of even that.

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