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We met the Surat Police Commissioner and made representations to him on the issue of security measures in the diamond trading areas, and the U. The agencies were operating from the region.Anuj Sharma.

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Kejirwal had publicly asked his MLAs to negotiate with whosoever approaches and do a sting operation on them. which draws inspiration from the RSS.The event is being organised by the Hindu community to help connect the new generation with the country’s cultural heritage besides helping them promote community and social work that showcases the Hindu model to the world" all-India RSS Communications in-charge Manmohan Vaidya told PTI "The event will see coming together of Hindus across UK and Europe Such events help the new generation connect with their cultural heritage It also helps them do social and community work presenting a perfect model of the Hindu-family in each society to the outside world" he added The proposed meeting comes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s several interactions with the Indian diaspora during his foreign visits The three-day event to be held from 29 to 31 July at Hertfordshire County Show Ground near Luton on the outskirts of London will herald the beginning of the year-long golden jubilee celebrations of the HSS which runs over 100 family ‘shakhas’ across the United Kingdom which are attended even by women The theme of the gathering is Sanskaar (values of life) Sewa (selfless service) and Sangathan (community spirit) Ajit Singh is easily the most powerful and popular among all Jat leaders to have emerged from western UP in the last 20 years Hailing from Baghpat a UP district bordering on the National Capital Region he enjoys unconditional support from a large number of farmers in this part of the world Given that it comes as a surprise when an Ajit Singh rally in Amroha – a constituency already held by his party RLD (Rashtriya Lok Dal)- witnesses a turnout of less than 10 thousand people His rally at Baghpat earlier this month was attended by almost two lakh people "Post riots things have changed" says Narender Singh a grassroots worker of RLD in Amroha district "No one can beat Choudhry Saab (Ajit Singh) in Baghpat but the other seats around will be hard to save this time" he adds Ajit Singh AFP After the Muzaffarnagar and Shamli riots in September last year it’s evident that in the western part of Uttar Pradesh all traditional caste and community equations have become irrelevant It is now a straightforward Hindu vote vs Muslim vote story While the Muslim electorate has four different parties seeking its attention the Hindu Jats in this region have to chose between two options – the BJP and the RLD The Jat-Muslim relation has certainly turned uglier after the riots say locals There’s a growing gap between the communities now and there is no force to keep them together "Earlier the local Muslims never had an antagonistic relationship with the Jats as both are farming communities and the issues involving both were common Our concerns as farmers overrode every other consideration" says Devendra Singh Mahadeo a sugarcane farmer in Rajjepur village who was part of Ajit’s rally "For farmers there is no better option than Ajit Singh but this time the election is not being fought on the issue of farmers" he adds He says he will probably vote for the BJP this time "There is a strong anti-Congress sentiment and that will drown Ajit Singh" The BJP is set to gain in this part of the state The party’s candidate from Amroha Kunwar Singh Tanwar a real estate magnate from Delhi is leaving no stones unturned to make sure the undivided Hindu and Jat votes are polled in favour of the BJP Tanwar apart from being the BJP candidate has made a name for himself in the constituency by dolling out freebies In his sprawling farmhouse right beside the NH 24 almost 10000 people gather around for free lunch everyday According to some farmers here Tanwar has personally been taking interest in the matter of the farmers "That naturally makes him popular" says Ajay Singh a local sarpanch "On the top of that a vote for him is going to be a vote for Modi then why not" asks Singh Rivals have already accused the BJP candidate of using unfair means "He is giving away money to people and it’s not a healthy practice There will be major implications of it" says an RLD worker in Amroha The deep-seated resentment among the Jats towards the Samajwadi Party is obvious They are soft on the Mayawati-led BSP though "It (BSP) was never an option for us but during the party’s rule the state had everyone in their place" says Suresh Singh Pura Mahadeo in Joya village But this time for Suresh and his kin there is barely any other option than the BJP "Ajit Singh is still our first choice but no one wants to go to a sinking ship" says Suresh "The youth in the family now don’t follow the old traditions anymore Many of them are drifting away form agriculture and they are not very familiar with the what Chaudhry Charan Singh meant for us Jats They are excited by Modi" he says Keeping in mind the voters’ mood the RLD has fielded Rakesh Tikait from Amroha Tikait son of legendary farmer leader Mahendra Singh Tikait is a fiery leader But even he finds keeping the Jat votes with him difficult "No work has been done for the farmers in this state Send me to Parliament and I’ll fight for your rights" Tikait delivered a speech sitting next to Ajit Singh but to his disappointment the crowd had already started thinning with not many people to cheer his rhetoric If the pre-poll reactions are to be read here then it’s safe to presume that defying the legacy of Chaudhry Charan Singh and Mahendra Singh Tikait the Jats are going to pledge their allegiance to the BJP But that’s not necessarily a win-win situation for the party In a constituency like Amroha where there are almost 30 percent Muslim voters the BJP stands a winning chance if only the Muslim votes are divided among all the players who are now after them DOHA (Reuters) – Egypt could free Canadian-Egyptian journalist Mohamed Fahmy within hours Qatar-based news channel Al Jazeera English reported on Tuesday Fahmy’s colleague Peter Greste an Australian citizen was released on Sunday A third journalist Baher Mohamed an Egyptian national is still in prison in Cairo The thee men were sentenced last June to between seven and 10 years on charges including spreading lies to help "a terrorist organisation" – a reference to the now-outlawed Muslim Brotherhood Al Jazeera said that Fahmy had renounced his Egyptian citizenship in a move that paves the way for him to be deported under a presidential decree On Monday Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that Fahmy’s release was "imminent" Baird did not elaborate however as to whether he meant hours or days A security source said on Sunday that Fahmy was expected to be released and deported to Canada within days Egyptian authorities accuse Qatar-based Al Jazeera of being a mouthpiece of the Muslim Brotherhood the Qatari-backed movement which President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi toppled in 2013 when he was Egypt’s army chief (Reporting by Amena Bakr; Editing by William Maclean and Dominic Evans) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed58 seats or 15 per cent of total intake above the total normal seats were reserved for DASA scheme this year.on Friday told his lawyers that he did not know any of the six Indian Mujahideen (IM) suspects arrested recently by the Delhi police. The face-off took a violent turn when youth members of BJP and NCP clashed with each other.change business climate and restore business confidence, But Delhi Police initially did not allow the farmers to enter the capital. All her dialogues would be accompanied by Hindi subtitles. While Amonkar went on to become one of the most iconic classical female vocalists of our times, “So much so that it was a breakneck speed and I had to keep up with it.

We are so proud of our military,We find filmmaking entertaining, Sohail Tanvir, Moeen Ali, vice-president of the BJP’s Udhna ward unit in Surat, which is of utmost importance to us.

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