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What the SC rebuke does is further degrade the trust factor and makes it difficult for the electorate to take even Rahul Gandhi’s legit charges seriously.
What the court rebuke does is further degrade the trust factor and makes it difficult for the electorate to take even Rahul’s legit charges seriously. The Congress president must ask himself whether he needs to take a pause and mull over the way he is conducting his politics.
A 2016 field experiment in multiple major Indian cities concluded that the belief system among the political class that they can ignore requests of a migrant during local elections (due to their low participation) is because politicians foresee no electoral returns to providing assistance to these migrants.
Is it a PG-13 romance? Is it a pre-apocalyptic survival drama? Is it a trial run for someone’s improv comedy career? You can’t tell. The problem with this episode is, it’s trying too hard to impress, and the effort is visible.
The forecast says that it would be 96 percent of the long-term average which is encouraging provided it materialises. However, it does not say anything about the spread of the monsoon as well as the arrival of the same which are probably more pertinent today.
Liverpool’s control was legion. A goalless first half may have given rise to feelings of doubts within the Reds camp but Mane and Salah’s goals quickly put everyone at ease.
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A severely depleted Leeds remain just two points above the relegation zone after threatening to spoil Conte's first home league game since he replaced Nuno Espirito Santo.
From prominent faces like Sushmita Dev and Jitin Prasada jumping ship to a mass exodus in Uttar Pradesh, the Congress party has gone through crisis after crisis this year.