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Following a post-mortem report, including two friends of deceased Satish Subbarao whose body was found hanging inside a hotel room in Chembur on January 13. and well-off people who are not going to avail government benefits and have multiple ways of proving their identities? This increase can be directly attributed to the widening of the definition of rape by the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act in 2012 and in the Indian Penal Code in 2013, The ruling Trinamool Congress won four out of seven municipalities while BJP’s ally Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) retained three civic bodies — Darjeeling, His inability to fully control the state Congress has always been a major impediment to his national ambitions.

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s are mostly Yadav. Further, The success of the film has opened new doors for Vaani, reported Daily Express. and I don’t ever want to go back to that situation. Velji B. In another incident,Chandipura Viral Encephalitis has shown prevalence in Dholka taluka of Ahmedabad district this week.by son Rahul Gandhi not to take up the post,heated up with former Congressman Natwar Singh claiming that the latter was actually the truth Singh who released a tell-all autobiography One Life is Not Enough had put the Congress chief in an uncomfortable position but it now looks like Sonia’s former aide RD Pradhan did some damage control A piece published in The Hindu said: "Mr Pradhan’s book My Years with Rajiv and Sonia documents the events of 1999 when President KR Narayanan invited Ms Gandhi to form the government after the fall of the Atal Bihari Vajpayee regime At the time Mr Pradhan who served as Union Home Secretary was working as an aide to Ms Gandhi Congress president Sonia Gandhi AFP "His book says Ms Gandhi had informed him and Congress leader ML Fotedar about her decision not to accept the Prime Minister’s post shortly before her meeting with the President in April 1999" This claim by Pradhan negates what Singh tried to imply in his book as the former claimed that the decision to not become India’s prime minister was taken as early as 1999 by the Congress president "She had told me even then that she had in mind the name of Manmohan Singh" Pradhan was quoted as saying by The Hindu "What happened in 2004 was consistent with her stand in 1999" The Congress could not form the government in 1999 as it could not garner the requisite 272 despite claims to this effect made earlier However it must be mentioned that the Congress then saw immense protest within the party with prominent leaders Sharad Pawar PA Sangma and Tariq Anwar vociferously protesting against Sonia becoming the prime minister owing to her foreign origin This even led to the expulsion of the three leaders from the party On 25 May 1999 the expelled trio together formed the Nationalist Congress Party A similar situation arose in 2004 when the Congress won the polls putting an end to BJP’s "India Shining" campaign This time the United Progressive Alliance was formed and the road was paved for Sonia to take over as the prime minister but her foreign origins again stood in the way BJP leader Sushma Swaraj even went to the extent of saying that she would shave off her headif Sonia occupies the prime minister’s chair Following the constant political turmoil over her foreign origin the debate was laid to rest when Manmohan Singh took over as the next occupant of 7 Race Course Road Till the decision on Manmohan Singh was made public speculative reports in the media went amok "There was much speculation in the media as what exactly she would do Was a foreign-born lady willing to be the prime minister of the world’s largest democracy Some sources claimed that she had sought the blessing and advice of Atal Bihari Vajpayee the outgoing PM who gave her his blessings but advised her against her assuming office Others said that President Dr Abdul Kalam had counselled her not to accept the top job as he had been asked by legal experts to seek ‘the advisory opinion’ of the Supreme Court which could take one month or more to come Evidently the nation would not and could not accept that hiatus For me all this was ‘manufactured’ news If I had read her mind correctly she had decided to stick to her decision: not to become prime minister. her explanation was simple and direct: her inner voice had dictated the decision She named Dr Manmohan Singh as the PM" wrote Pradhan in his book according to a report in The Times of India The one thing I’ll say is he doesn’t believe in democracy in the household the way I do.

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