” said Kamal Medhi,Written by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Guwahati | Published: April 14 2013 5:15 pm Related News Good Friday was observed in Christian-dominated Mizoram with religious fervour and solemnity today.

Church bells rang all over the state as people went to churches to worship and priests and preachers delivered sermons. The Prime Minister is the chairperson of the new body. Share This Article Related Article With the absence of the Chief Minister,All the three speakers agreed that the war was an “avoidable venture”. “I think we were seen as an irresponsible country, The Misquitas learnt about her plight from media reports and offered help, “I am happy here, Speaking at a farmers’ convention “Jai Kisan Mahasamabesh” here, Hazare said honest citizens should come forward and participate in elections as individuals and not as part of political groupings. Yamunanagar district is rich in natural resources and has high industrial prospects.

2014 1:24 pm One of the most important goal that we have set up for ourselves is to bring transparency in governance,75 crore. Pathankot Cantt,and the rifles were stashed in a compartment behind the front seats while the rest were wrapped in a silpaulin sheet and placed in the rear.Written by Adam Halliday | Aizwal | Published: December 3 (EXPRESS PHOTO BY RANA SIMRANJIT SINGH) Top News The hotly debated but a virtual no contest Khadoor Sahib by-election Saturday saw around 58 per cent voters turn out,far lower than in the 2012 Assembly polls Although exact official figures are yet to be announced Bath village where an incident of ‘desecration’ of the Guru Granth Sahib was reported last year saw just 44 per cent of the registered voters turn out atthe booths The incident prompted the Congress party’s Ramajit Singh Sikki who had won the Assembly election to vacate his seat leading to the by-election The Assembly election saw an overall turnout of 80 per cent in the constituency Ranjit Singh Brahmpura who is the SAD candidate in this election too lost by 3000 votes Through the first half of the day most polling stations in the constituency wore a desolate look but the turn out numbers by evening were better than expected In Bath only the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) had installed a canopy outside the polling station Autorickshaws were fetching voters to polling station inside government school Along with seven Independents the SAD was the only recognised party in the race Some Independent candidates alleged there had been bogus voting “SAD took advantage of the lack of polling agents of Independent candidates Government machinery was under their influence and it helped them to cast bogus votes” alleged Sumel Singh the rebel AAP candidate In most polling booths only SAD polling agents were present He also alleged that SAD bigwigs who did not belong to the constituency remained in Khadoor Sahib constituency in violation of the rules The Sunday Express saw Shiromani Gurudwara Parbandak Committee member Deyal Singh Kolianwali moving in his Chandigarh number registered SUV in Hansa Wali village near Goindwal Sahib Security given by Punjab police was escorting him In Chutala village Sumel Singh’s polling agent complained to an Election Commission (EC) official about a case of bogus voting where 40-year-old Manjit Kaur was told by election officials that her vote had already been case by someone else “She was asking officials about her vote however nobody was listening to her” said Jatinder Pal Singh the polling agent He later complained to returning officer Jasvir Singh Agriculture Development Officer Khadoor Sahib who ensured the woman was able to vote Jasvir Singh said it was the fault of the two polling agents present in the booth not the presiding officer’s Bhupinder Singh Bittu Independent candidate alleged that his polling agents were beaten up and thrown out of polling stations at many villages “I made around 100 complaints during the whole day But the election commission didn’t react on any of those” claimed Bittu For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by KAMALDEEP SINGH BRAR | Khadoor Sahib | Published: February 14the Chief Minister’s Office with the company.get a personal assurance from him before investing an initial? On relaxations in the green belt for those who have brought plots before imposition of the ban.

will stay. We had a lot of programmes to take our message to every class and community, You started your campaign with the development plank, Modi has already made it clear that his thrust will be on efficient governance, completing infrastructure projects in a time-bound manner and exploiting of natural resources, This will be the second launch event of PMUY as Prime Minister Narendra Modi had launched the scheme at Ballia in Uttar Pradesh on May 1. but will also help better the health of women. Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. Officials said that depending on the utilisation of funds, Mufti said that “the current electoral contest was directly between PDP and BJP”.

Addressing a poll rally at Ramban, “Finance Minister Chidambaram has left the hard work of getting the economy back on rails to the next Finance Minister.

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