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the plan also entails having modern equipment like watch towers,but they now worry if the champagne has been uncorked even before the party has begun. asserting? The AIADMK government has already implemented.

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some of the commonly sighted birds include Lesser adjutant, Two good articles though break down the science behind the bark side up or bark side down alternatives and make it easier for us to understand what’s going on inside the wood and focus on what really matters. Wood Myths: Facts and Fictions About Wood by U Mass Amherst professor Paul Fisette covers the deck board orientation issue in Myth 9 of his list?His advice: “… pick the best looking surface and install the decking best-face up Securely fasten the deck boards and apply an annual coating of water repellent” In 1995 researchers in Wood Surface Chemistry at the USDA Forest Service Forest Products Lab RSam Williams and Mark Knaebe drafted “The Bark-Side / Pith-Side Debate” ? so that’s honestly what I’m thinking right away. 2015 5:40 pm Former President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam. who was in charge of Rewari bus stand police post. The days of the party revolving around a single individual – example party founder and Chief Minister late M. Related News The Supreme Court on Friday told the Tamil Nadu government to concentrate on preventing farmers’ suicide and not to go around distributing compensation after they commit suicide. Tamil Nadu is battling one of the worst droughts in the past 140 years. Congress MLA Tripat Rajinder Bajwa, They cannot use their brute force against the Opposition, he added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Maulshree Seth | Lucknow | Updated: June 17 2016 9:23 am Newly-appointed in-charge of UP Congress Ghulam Nabi Azad on way to attend party meeting in Lucknow on Thursday Vishal Srivastav Top News Senior Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad Thursday listed “saving Uttar Pradesh from communal forces” as his first priority and ensuring party’s return to power in the state as the second priority On his first visit to Lucknow after being appointed the AICC in-charge of UP Azad said the 2017 assembly elections in the state will be a direct contest between “secular and communal forces” and Congress will fight “whichever party comes before it” to safeguard secularism “Secularism is a basic rule in Congress There is no place for caste or religion here If the need be we will sacrifice ourselves for the unity of this state Our first priority is to convert the heart of people who are being misguided by political parties in the name of religion Our second priority is to bring our government in the state” said Azad who is on a two-day visit to the state In a scathing attack on BJP and its chief Amit Shah Azad said the “national president of a party” during its national executive meeting in Allahabad made “alleged exodus of Hindus from Kairana” an issue “What kind of a world are we heading towards The government should work to remove differences among people but today our identity is being finished We are being referred less as a human being and more as Hindu and Muslim by some political parties” Azad a former chief minister of Jammu & Kashmir said “Their two day executive committee did not speak about keeping the Hindus Muslims Sikhs of this country united The bigger issue for them was Kairana and Khandala and how to pour more oil to keep the issue burning But I must thank people especially Hindu brothers who did not heed to the call given by the BJP and the media that exposed them” he added Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news He said the “national president of a party” raised the issue of Kairana but did not speak about promises made in the past like that of doubling the income of farmers bringing black money back to the country and suicides by farmer over pending loans Azad said it was a major cause of concern that MPs and even Union Ministers of the ruling party at the Centre were giving statements on “communal” issues He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has failed to act against these leader proving that it is their (BJP’s) well planned policy Stating that he has had a 40-year-long association with the party Azad said that he was well aware about the “nature of Congressmen” from UP “I was general secretary in charge of UP when Rajiv Gandhi was Prime Minister At that time I had told him how his ministers used to spend upto 170 days at UP Bhavan in Delhi rather than moving around in the field The unfortunate part is that it prevails even today” Azad said adding that he was against those who perform “parikrama” around the leaders in Delhi and the practice of MPs and MLAs sitting in their cozy rooms with public waiting for days outside Azad also told the party leaders that there is “no option but to work in the field” and that they should get on to it as he will be touring districts While clearly indicating that leaders camping in Delhi will not be promoted Azad had special word of praise for leaders like Rajya Sabha MPs P L Punia Sanjay Singh and Pramod Tiwari Azad also dismissed suggestions about party vice-president Rahul Gandhi or his sister Priyanka being projected as party face for the polls “Let me make it very clear that Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are our leaders Rahul Gandhi will be elevated as party national president at a decided time in near future and hence there is no question of making him the leader of UP As far as Priyanka Gandhi is concerned I hope she will campaign across state” Azad said He said the chief ministerial candidate will be declared at the “right time” and there was “no dearth of faces” for the post “The selection will be on the basis of leadership qualities and capabilities and not on caste and communal lines” he said replying to a query on projecting a Brahmin face as CM candidate as suggested by poll strategist Prashant Kishor Azad said Kishor’s role was limited to preparing the strategy for polls and has nothing to do with the organisation His remarks came amid speculation that Congress was planning to project former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit as its CM aspirant in UP For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: July 7 2016 4:01 am M Venkaiah Naidu Top News Though ministers have relinquished their portfolios old habits seem to continue M Venkaiah Naidu who took charge of the I&B Ministry ensured that his introductory talk was peppered with his characteristic wisecracks He started off with how in addition to his existing role as the Urban Development Minister where he “performs reforms and transforms” he will now also “inform” He ended his speech with how he will be accessible to all “I am frank and I have Frank by my side” he said pointing towards Frank Noronha who heads the Public Information Bureau Lucky Start Some ministers were in search of an auspicious moment on Wednesday Birender Singh who handed over the charge of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj to Narendra Tomar first ensured that he delivered the baton to Tomar by 330 pm at Krishi Bhawan The two then quickly got into the same car and reached Udyog Bhawan where Tomar handed over charge of the Steel Ministry to Singh The reason: Singh insisted that 4 pm was the right muhurat for him to take over his new ministry He was so particular about the designated time that he even refused to entertain any question from journalists at Krishi Bhawan regarding his new ministry stating that all such questions would be answered at Udyog Bhawan Similarly Mahendra Singh Pandey who took charge as MoS at the HRD insisted on entering his office at 1249 pm and wanted his chair to face the north-west direction To meet his demands the office staff somehow managed to position the table in a way that it looked out of place in the room Well Connected An MoS who has been shifted from one ministry to another has complained to some RSS leaders that he was unable to make an impact in his previous department because the private secretary assigned to him was not of his choice He has claimed that his PS an IRS officer is related to a senior BJP leader and was posted on the leader’s recommendation The minister is learnt to be disturbed because the PS is now trying to be appointed in his new department as well Last-Minute Entry Both P P Chaudhary and C R Chaudhary were sworn-in as MoS Tuesday but it is learnt that only the former’s name was in the initial list The BJP wanted to appoint a Jat and P R Chaudhary was thought to fit the slot But when the list was almost finalised say insiders it was realised that he is not a Jat but a member of the Sirvi community an OBC group That’s when C R Chaudhary’s name was added to the list For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News

Literally all I have left are my private parts and I don’t want to also share them with the world. However,” the actor said. however, prosperity, writing “My birth is my fatal accident…”. is extremely difficult.” Mevani told The Indian Express after addressing a gathering at a public garden in Asarwa here.By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: July 24 CBI sources said they carried out investigation in Canada through Letter Rogatory.

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