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This is not the first time Rahul Gandhi has interpreted the Supreme Court order in different way. The Congress had not accepted the Supreme Court's December 2018 verdict on the Rafale deal.
The issue has made another dent in Rahul's credibility. This is not the first time he has interpreted the Supreme Court order in different way. Rahul and the Congress had not accepted the Supreme Court's December 2018 verdict on the Rafale deal.
Sri Lanka has blamed local jihadist group National Thowheed Jama’ath for one of Asia’s deadliest terrorist attacks in years, admitting there had been several warnings from foreign intelligence agencies about the impending violence.
We, obviously, don’t have tools to measure a state’s passion for nationalism. But Gujarat’s nationalistic fervour, certainly, outstrips its representation in the army.
Game of Thrones plays to its strengths in this episode, and never more so than when it meditates on the nature of life and death. Philosophies of power and politics, life and death abound throughout the series, but here, we finally see a sort of conclusion to it.
The 24-year-old Avinash Sable had aroused some interest when he broke Gopal Saini’s long-standing National record by completing the steeplechase in 8:29.80 in the National Open Championships in Bhubaneshwar. But it was not until he lowered that to 8:28.94 in the Federation Cup in Patiala last month that more nuggets were discovered about him.
Gujarat imposes night curfew in nine more cities from 28 April; restrictions already imposed on 20 cities
The curbs put in place by the state in 29 cities include the closure of restaurants, swimming pools, cinema halls and shopping complexes, till 5 May
Queues for oxygen, beds and funerals, thanks to Modi govt, says Rahul Gandhi as COVID-19 engulfs India
The Congress leader accused Central Government of misreading and mishandling the COVID-19 situation in India and alleged that all early warning signs were ignored, including from scientists
The procession was held a few days after 23 people were arrested for holding a similar march in Ahmedabad’s Navapura