There are 165 seats

There are 165 seats to be decided on a first-past-the-post basis for which voting was held on Thursday with another 110 seats decided by proportional representation.

I’m trying to have the right preparation now and that’s it, Shahzad also scored 301 runs in four innings of three ICC? Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted early in the day asking people to join hands and resolve to make the program a success. In November 2011, former president of Maharashtra Hockey Association and teacher Aba Mahajan, Meanwhile, sources said. AP The army also arrested 25 suspected terrorists, A senior US official who deals with the Chinese leadership said: ? I know that I have a two-shot lead but I will look forward to extend the lead on the third day, shared Gheiwho belongs to Gurgaon and is a student of Hansraj Model SchoolNew Delhi S Abhishek Shankarwith second round score of 77 and a total of 151is placed third after two rounds Overnight leader AdilBir Singh had a disappointing second round and was lying at overall eighth position with a round two score of 82 and a total of 154 after round two Mohan Sardar had three birdies in the secondfifth and 17th holes He had two bogeys at the first and the last holes Chandigarh golfer Pukhraj Singh Gill with a total score of 151is tied third along with S Abhishek Shankar Another Chandigarh golfer Jairaj Singh Sandhu is placed fifth with a total score of 153 at the end of the second round Karandeep KocharSaptak Talwarand Adilbir Singh are placed sixth after two round with identical total scores of 154 Aadil tied second Chandigarh golfer Aadil Bedi was sharing the tied second spot in Category C along with Devansh Chadha and Sandeep Yadav with a score of 75 on the opening day of the first National final of the Tata Steel IGU Sub-Junior Tour being played at the Tollygunj Club in Kolkata Kshitij Kaul was leading in Category C while Sunhit Kumar Bishnoi was fifth at 78 Bangalore lad B Harshath took advantage the lop-sided performance of his rivals and established a six-shot lead at the end of the second round in the Category A and Category B Harshath brought in the day’s best card of 5-over 75 to be 13-over 153 for the tournament while topping the leaderboard Sohum Vij was second at 159 while overnight leader Ribhav Kapur slipped to the tied-third position after a dismal card of 84 along with Shabeg Singh Kooner who brought in a score of 83 Siddhanth Jain was lying fifth at 165 while Pramod Singh was sixth at 166Kolkata lad Sharif Khan was seventh at 167 Saaniya grabs lead on Day 1 Chandigarh: Chandigarh golfer Saaniya Sharma took lead in the first round of the 12th Leg of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour 2013 being played at Gurgaon Saaniya finished with the days best round of two under 70 to have a two stroke lead over Delhi golfer Vani Kapoor who is placed second after 18 holes Saaniya played a stable round returning with scores of two under 70 after 18 holes She was a little unstable in her front nine with a single birdie and three bogeysbut she came back strongly in the back nine with four birdies Her round consisted of five birdies on the 3rd11th12th15th and 17th holes and bogeys on the 2nd6th and 8th holes Trailing Saaniya by two strokes was Delhi golfer VaniKapoorwho hasn’t tasted victory yetin the ongoing Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour 2013 Vani’s front nine was equally unstable with two bogeysone double bogey and two birdies She stabilized herself in the back nine with two more birdies to return with an even par score today after the first round Vani’s round consisted of four birdies on the 6th9th11th and 16th holes along with two bogeys on the 1st and 7th holes Chadha shares 4th spot Chandigarh golfer Abhijeet Singh Chadha was sharing the fourth spot along with nine other golfers on the opening day of the BILT Open 2013 being played at the Jaypee Greens Golf ResortGreater Noida Rashid Khan of Delhi fired a sizzling eight-under-64 to take the round one lead while Digvijay Singh posted a seven-under-65 to be placed second The nine golfers in tied fourth position at three-under-69 are Ashok KumarChiragh KumarWasim KhanSiddharth SemwalVikrant ChopraMandeo Singh PathaniaAbhijit Singh ChadhaAngad Cheema and Pune’s Moinuddin Malak For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: September 6 2012 3:05 am Related News The city and Pimpri-Chinchwad area continued to experience intermittent showers on Wednesday Pune city saw 53 mm rain for 12 hours till 8:30 pm on Wednesday About 10000cusecs from Mulshi Dam was also released There was rain on Tuesday too The Met department said that spells of light rain will continue on Thursday as well Officials said that the well marked low pressure area over Orissa and adjoining Chhattisgarhand cyclonic circulation over Gujarat region and its neighbourhood has seen the state getting good rainfall According to the Met departmentthe offshore trough along the Gujarat to Kerala coast is another reason for the continous showers in the region which is expected last for the next 48 hours For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mani Shankar Aiyar | Updated: February 20 2016 2:04 pm Although your views were radically different to those of the Congress and shaped in substantial measure by your early association with the RSS you shared with almost all other Indians the ethical values of the Freedom Movement Related News I am aware that you are very ill and will probably not be able to read this letter Even if it is read out to you chances are that it will not penetrate into your mind But through these last few dreadful days you have been so much on my mind that this is a desperate attempt to reach out to you When I was an adolescent and you were the most promising young politician of your generation there was a Hindi film song about Mahatma Gandhi that probably appealed to you as much as it did to me: “De di hamein azaadi bina khadak bina dhaal/ Sabarmati ke sant tune kar diya kamaal” We were so proud of our non-violence We so abhorred the politics of the gun We believed in the right to dissent Hence our commitment to democracy We believed also in inclusiveness Hence the induction into the first cabinet of men of fierce independence who were not members of the Congress: BR Ambedkar as law minister; Shanmugam Chetty followed by John Mathai as finance minister; even Syama Prasad Mukherjee of the Hindu Mahasabha as industries minister Charges of “traitor” were not hurled at each other No one was damned as “anti-national” It was recognised and respected that there would be differences on policy that even cabinet colleagues would differ Comrades in the Freedom Movement broke away formed their own parties but were valued as fellow contributors to the building of modern India We built a polity in which such differences would be composed through discourse Diversity — of opinion as much as other dimensions of diversity — was not seen as a factor of disruption but as the building blocks of a composite nationhood whose fundamental premise was unity in diversity Although your views were radically different to those of the Congress and shaped in substantial measure by your early association with the RSS you shared with almost all other Indians the ethical values of the Freedom Movement That is why you eschewed all extremism — particularly religious extremism — when many decades ago you came to office as foreign minister immediately after the Emergency I personally was most concerned that Prime Minister Morarji Desai had picked a Jana Sangh/ RSS man to run his external affairs ministry (a vital portfolio for me personally as I was then in the Indian Foreign Service) for I expected you in view of your antecedents to be vituperative about Pakistan Instead and perhaps recognising that “Pakistani” was a code word for “Muslim” in the hearts and minds of most of your parivar you became the first foreign minister in many years to visit Islamabad made a huge impression with your banquet speech in flawless Urdu and took the initiative to get the Indian consu-late general opened in Karachi I was the principal beneficiary being appointed India’s first consul general to that throbbing metropolis — the most memorable posting of my diplomaticcareer Later as prime minister you persisted despite major setbacks — your bus trip to Lahore; the Agra summit; the Saarc meeting in January 2004 that marked the commencement of the most fruitful period in India-Pakistan relations You understood that the full emotional integration of minorities required resolution of the almost-impossible hurdles in the way of an India-Pakistan reconciliation That is why you are held in almost as high esteem in Pakistan as you are in the BJP/ RSS Consider in contrast where we have now arrived with a Delhi BJP MLA saying he would not hesitate to fire his gun if any-one raised a slogan in favour of Pakistan That is one reason why we need you when another BJP-led government has risen to office with a larger majority than you ever enjoyed Instead of seeking to bind the nation together your successors are complicit in tearing to shreds the very soul of India This last week has been the worst since Independence: Indian is being pitted against Indian; dissent is being crushed; university autonomy is being vitiated; students are being targeted (one even imprisoned) for their fundamental duty to think independently and espouse causes however unpopular; lawyers of the parivar persuasion are blatant in resorting to violence even within the sacred precincts of a courthouse; the media is being threatened and assaulted; the police looks away as the law is callously broken; fisticuffs have replaced argument; the bully prevails; “Bharat Mata ki jai” — the national slogan that Jawaharlal Nehru refers to as he embarks on his Discovery of India — is being appropriated as a partisan cry to prove that Indians of one persuasion are more “patriotic” than others indeed to stress that if you are not a saffron super-nationalist you are an “anti-national” This did not happen in your time You reminded the present prime minister of his “raj dharma” when indifference and collusion was his reaction to murder arson and mayhem Please remind him again if at all you can I well recall your fiery exchanges with the Dravidian leader CN Annadurai when he was elected to the Rajya Sabha in 1962 the same year as you on a platform of Dravidian separatism In his maiden speech he made it unequivocally clear that his party wanted a separate Dravidastan to be carved out of the body of the Indian republic I do not recall your pulling out a pistol to shoot him You held your ground particularly on the vexed question of Hindi as the national language but neither interrupted him and shut him up nor demanded that he be arrested under Section 124A (“sedition”) of the Indian Penal Code You pitted argument against argument Eventually “Anna” (elder brother) as he was and is fondly called in Tamil Nadu changed his position and proclaimed Tamil Nadu as an integral part of Mother India It was a conversion that has lasted because it was based on a genuine change of heart When you later became prime minister you announced to separatists in Srinagar that your search for a solution would lie not within the formal legalisms of the law but “insaniyat ke daire mein” (within the bounds of humanity) Few words have brought dissenting Kashmiris closer to India That is why I miss you as so many other democratic nationalists do (This article originally appeared in the print edition under the headline ‘Dear Atalji we miss you’) The writer is a Congress MP in the Rajya Sabha For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 20 2017 6:13 pm Top News Veteran Indian players Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh have played together for a long time and also have a strong bond of friendship While they have been sharing a great on-field chemistry off the field too it is no less This was evident once again when Harbhajan Singh shared an image on socialmedia from the yesteryears and captioned it“Oye ki dekh reha mere phone ch?

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