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” And quietly deleting the tweet doesn’t make it any better @gqindia." Answering a query,it is arguably the best we have.it is now time to establish a democratic culture of stable and representative government in the country, that is the most important thing. Bhattarai’s concern is understandable. Acche din have arrived.Bollywood laughs at Oscars 2017’s expense: ‘This doesn’t happen at our award? 2017 4:05 am Top News A 35-YEAR-old woman and three of her children died after they fell into a well near an agriculture field on the outskirts of Kheda town and drowned. So come join me.

we will have to confront the? be they high or low, She’s grousing that he’s 19 years her senior and was in a position of power over her, Our promising growth rate only shows the kind of market we have, said Chavan Earlierhe inaugurated the Volkswagen training academywhich is the companys largest training centre in Asia Dr John Chakopresident and managing directorVolkswagen Indiasaid the company has started the regional academies in some cities and the Pune academy has a scope of training over 5000 participants yearly from all over India for a duration of two to 10 days For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: July 22 2014 12:00 am Related News The demand for a separate Haryana Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (HSGPC) is not new Nor unfortunately is its politicisation In 2005 the Haryana Congress included it in its manifesto and ever since the Shiromani Akali Dal (Badal) in Punjab has accused the Congress of playing politics with a “panthic issue” while unsubtly attempting to stoke prod and inflame it to its own political advantage The resurfacing of the issue now in the run-up to the Haryana assembly polls later this year therefore fits a dismal pattern On July 11 the Haryana assembly passed a law giving the state a separate gurdwara panel and Governor Jagannath Pahadia assented to it on July 14 Now SAD leaders in Punjab are loudly challenging the law and attempting to work up popular passions on the issue — the party has called a mega Sikh conference on July 27 In the process the issue at the heart of the matter — the need to democratise and decentralise the management of Sikh shrines and to make it more transparent and responsive to devotees’ concerns — seems relegated It has been edged out by the two embattled chief ministers who are monopolising the frame — one facing an uphill battle to retain power in the upcoming assembly election and the other recently snubbed by the electorate in the Lok Sabha polls Look beyond the posturing of Bhupinder Singh Hooda and Parkash Singh Badal however and the fact is that a law has been passed by an elected assembly If it is to be challenged it must be done in a court of law not on the street Threatening to go the latter way — as the SAD is doing — is irresponsible and certainly does not behove a ruling party Instead of caving in to its ally’s pressure and issuing directives to the Haryana governor the BJP-led Centre must counsel restraint — as Manmohan Singh the then prime minister did when the issue flared in 2008 forcing a Congress dispensation the Hooda government to retreat before tensions could escalate The fact also is that regardless of its immediate circumstances and inescapable politicisation the demand for the HSGPC points to a deeper building discontent among the Sikhs over the Amritsar-based SGPC’s stranglehold over the management of Sikh shrines in Punjab Haryana Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh The formation of the SGPC was a milestone in the gurdwara reform movement of the early 1920s Yet today it is seen to have shrunk into a fief of the SAD and its factions and more recently of its first family the Badals Long after this round of political squalling has subsided and whichever way it goes on the law the SGPC will have to respond to the uncomfortable questions posed by Haryana’s demand for an SGPC of its own For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: October 10 2017 2:47 pm Sri Lanka werebowled out for a paltry 96 in the second innings (Source: AP) Top News The second day and night Test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka is delicately poised with the hosts needing 119 on the final days play This was after Sri Lanka were bowled out for 96 Reflecting on the collapse Lankan coach Nic Pothas complemented the opposition and said “Pakistan I must say bowled really well Within that change room we said that we let ourselves down We are seven overs away from the new ball and if we can get a wicket or two early it changes things People say that Test cricket is dead but it is a very exciting day tomorrow” “Facts are facts But I thought it was a more of a missed opportunity today Last night it was under lights and it was difficult but today I don’t know I am hard pressed to think of a ball that pitched leg and hit top of off” he added On the fourth day’s play Pakistan came back strongly despite losing wickets at regular intervals but Pothas knows that it is not over until the fat lady sings “I said at the beginning that we are playing against a quality team There are going to be partnerships and you’ve got to accept that You don’t expect a team of that quality to roll over They played phenomenally well When you take your chances you get the rub of the green as well” he said “The new ball is going to play a major role It has throughout the game We still have seven overs left with the older ball We have got to concentrate on that first and then let’s see what happens with the new ball Wicket is going up and down a bit and new ball is going to be the key” he concluded For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNew Delhi: Rajya Sabha member Naresh Agrawal on Wednesday urged the government to clarify its stand on a parliamentary panel report that recommends hiking the salary of MPs and alleged that the government was not speaking on the subject due to media pressure The Samajwadi Party (SP) leader raised the issue soon after the Upper House met and was supported by Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad "A parliamentary committee which decides on the salary and allowance of MPs had given a report which has been suppressed due to media pressure" Agrawal said He said the "good conduct" of MPs makes for a salary revision Parliament building Image courtesy: parliamentofindianicin "There are many MPs who want this but are not speaking due to fear Is the government contemplating accepting the recommendations of the report, The struggle for justice for the victim is on. 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We have to learn from our mistakes and try and move forward. previously there were only Test matches,” On his part, Related News Actor Varun Dhawan says young badminton ace Saina Nehwal is keen to watch his upcoming 3D-dance film “ABCD 2” as she feels the film has a patriotic theme.

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