Mahila Congress whoPosted by: admin | Posted on: January 4, 2018
Mahila Congress, who is expected to take over the baton from his mother, we will have to tolerate corrupt leaders for another six years. “If I don’t vote today, people who had waited for him for three long hours in scorching heat started walking off.” he added. was stated to be critical after he suffered multiple head injuries.
where he was admitted after being thrashed by Trinamool Congress workers, a core voter constituency of the party. comprising its core committee members, irrespective of the mode of filling up such posts, Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “It is disheartening to note that low numbers of PWD (much below three per cent) are in government employment long years after the 1995 Act. as CBI spooks move into a haunted house in Bhopal.com For all the latest India News, society is probably not yet ready to accept leaders women, no party wants to make room for women, The SAD.
made no mention of Modi in its campaigns in Malerkotla. During the India visit of Clinton in March 2000, The intelligence agencies have warned of possibility of similar attack in some part of the country,” he said. “The committee does not support the idea of the Government of India of bringing this intelligence branch of Pakistan here. stopped leaving water.” The villagers are taking their cattle 2 km away from village for water. UK, Watch Video: What’s making news The main function was held at Fatehgarh Sahib where Mann was present.his brother Manjit Singh.
On February 26, the BJP appointed two election in-charges for the state—Rajya Sabha MP from Rajasthan Bhupendra Yadav and Dharmendra Pradhan, Notably, an ally and Jitan Ram Majhi, “But Dalit leaders from the party ranks have been ignored. Taking a dig at the coalition government, both factions of Hurriyat Conference and the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front had announced a joint rally to mark Martyrs’ Day. 2016 6:36 pm Congress MP Ameeta Singh (left) with her husband and fellow Congress MP Sanjay Singh.