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Monday, 31 July 2017

Gujarat Cong alleges BJP bribed its MLAs, last date to file IT returns: Top stories to bring you up to date

The Congress legislators from Gujarat staying at a resort outside Bengaluru are willing to return home if state chief minister Vijay Rupani promises their safety, party spokesperson Shaktisinh Gohil said on Sunday. The party shepherded 44 lawmakers on Friday night to the holiday retreat in Karnakata after a spate of resignation of its MLAs amid allegations that the ruling BJP in Gujarat were bribing and coercing them ahead of the August 8 vice-presidential election. “We have been threatened, offered money to defect and some have done so,” Gohil, the Congress MLA for Abdasa in the Kutch region, told reporters.

Twenty-nine Indian cities and towns, including Delhi and capitals of nine states, fall under “severe” to “very severe” seismic zones, according to the National Centre for Seismology (NCS). Delhi, Patna (Bihar), Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir), Kohima (Nagaland), Puducherry, Guwahati (Assam), Gangtok (Sikkim), Shimla (Himachal Pradesh), Dehradun (Uttarakhand), Imphal (Manipur) and Chandigarh fall under seismic zones IV and V. The Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) has classified different regions in the country into zones II to V, taking into consideration earthquake records, tectonic activities and damage caused.

England ripped apart South Africa’s top order in Sunday’s final session at the Oval to bear down on a victory that would put them 2-1 up with one to play in the four-Test series. Two wickets from successive balls in Ben Stokes’ third over removed Quinton de Kock (5) and Faf du Plessis (0) and ended faint South Africa hopes of mounting a rearguard action in pursuit of their target of 492.

Although Stokes failed to record what would have been the first-ever test hat-trick at the Oval, the damage was done. Du Plessis’ wicket, lbw without playing a shot to a first-ball inswinger, was a particular blow, with South Africa needing their captain to survive at least into Monday.


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Wednesday, 26 April 2017

BJP offering plum presents on poach MLAs, says AAP

NEW DELHI: A day prior to the city survey decision, AAP has charged that BJP is attempting to poach its MLAs. Uncovering the names of two of its MLAs - Alka Lamba from Chandni Chowk and Praveen Deshmukh from Jangpura - the gathering affirmed that they got calls from BJP pioneers who offered them plum posts and rise. BJP has debilitated AAP with criticism for making "ridiculous" claims.

Lamba tweeted her claim that she had gotten a call from a BJP pioneer however did not name the guest. "Through its functionaries, BJP is moving toward AAP MLAs who disclose to them that AAP is probably going to be done. They are stating that with a suggestion from Amit Shah we will get you political height and positions in government," she tweeted in Hindi.

"The BJP pioneer who called refered to the case of Shazia Ilmi to draw me," Lamba tweeted. Ilmi was with AAP yet had joined BJP before the 2015 get together races. "BJP may have prevailing with regards to purchasing Congress pioneers. We can't be purchased," said Lamba.

AAP's Bawana MLA, Ved Prakash, had joined BJP quite recently in front of the metro surveys. What is likewise being definitely viewed is the workplace of-benefit case. Around a month prior to the metro surveys, Election Commission closed its listening ability agaAinst 21 AAP lawmakers who were selected

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Thursday, 19 January 2017

No grand alliance in UP? SP rules out tie-up with RLD, to ally only with Congress

LUCKNOW: Hopes of a 'maha gathbandhan' against the BJP in Uttar Pradesh were dashed on Thursday with the Samajwadi Party ruling out any alliance with the Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD), but asserting a tie-up with the Congress+ .

"We will forge an alliance only with the Congress. We will not ally with the RLD+ . No talks are going on with them (RLD). We will contest from over 300 seats (out of 403)+ and the Congress will be there for the rest of them," SP national vice-president Kironmoy Nanda said.

As regards finalisation of candidates, he said, "SP has finalised its candidates for the first and second phases (of the upcoming polls). Now, it is up to the Congress to decide on their nominees."

Nanda said the details of the seats would be announced by SP national president Akhilesh Yadav.
The decisions regarding forging an alliance and seats were taken at a marathon six-hour meeting held by Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav with senior SP leaders today.

Sources said RLD wanted more seats than what SP was ready to part with.

"After the alliance with the Congress, we will get an absolute majority in the state and Akhilesh will become chief minister again," Nanda asserted, adding that the SP will release its poll manifesto soon.

Talks with the RLD, sources said, failed as it wanted more seats but the SP was not ready to oblige.

"We wanted the seats of our choice but there was no agreement on it," RLD spokesman Anil Dubey later said.