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DDA DRAW OF LOTS ON NOVEMBER 30

The wait for owning a house could be over for 46,182 applicants as the DDA will hold a draw of lots for its 2017 housing scheme on November 30. The exercise will decide the allocation of 12,617 houses. Continue reading

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Anarkali does not exist in history. Will they ban Mughal-e-Azam if released today

Anarkali does not exist in history. Will they ban Mughal-e-Azam if released today: Rahul Rawail on Padmavati row

Film director and Panaroma Jury Head of the 48th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) Rahul Rawail expressed solidarity with the makers of Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh-starrer Padmavati.

Comparing the movie with the yesteryear classic, Mughal-e-Azam, which was also a variation of history, Rawail reasoned that Padmavati did not warrant protestation. “Anarkali is a completely fictitious character. Anarkali does not exist in history. If today Mughal-e-Azam is released, will they ban it? They will not,” Rawail said. Continue reading

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After M.P., Gujarat also banned Padmavati

NEW DELHI/AHMEDABAD: Gujarat joined Madhya Pradesh in banning controversial Bollywood film Padmavati on Wednesday as the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) backed protesters and said it will tell filmmakers not to hurt Hindu sentiments.

Gujarat chief minister Vijay Rupani told reporters that his government would not allow Padmavati to be released because it hurt the sentiment of the Rajput community. “There are issues with the film, our sympathy is with those who are protesting against it…” he said. The decision was taken keeping in mind the law and order situation before elections next month in the state, he added. Continue reading

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PM launched Sobhagya scheme and formed a new Economy team

NEWDELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi constituted on Monday his first economic advisory council, headed by NITI Aayog member Bibek Debroy, to analyse and advice him on key issues amid concerns over slowing growth and a stagnating job market. Continue reading

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Seats in Delhi University (D.U) still available

NEW DELHI: Students who could not make the cut in Delhi University’s first cutoff list should not lose hope as admissions to popular honours courses such as economics, BCom, English, mathematics, physics, and BA programmes are still open in most colleges with a dip of 0.25-3 percentage points in the second list.

Admissions are open at 44 colleges for English (hons) and have been concluded at only two – Kirori Mal College and Mata Sundri College. The BA programme, which received the highest number of applications this year, is still available at 46 colleges.

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Noida, India girl crowned Miss Teen Universe, 2017

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Srishti Kaur, a resident of Noida, India, was crowned Miss Teen universe, 2017, on Tuesday, after she beat 25 contestants from around the world at the annual beauty pageant. The event was held at Managua, the capital of central american country Nicaragua. The other finalist were Ary Trava from Mexico and Samantha Pierre from Canada. Kaur also won an for the best national costume, which featured a peacock- The Indian National bird. The Youngest has studied from lotus Valley International in Noida and is currently pursuing her education from the London school of Fashion. earlier this year, Kaur had won the title of Miss Teen Tiara international, beating 29 other participants. The Pageant, which started six years ago, is organised by the Miss universe organisation for teens aged between 15 to 19.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BJP sweeps civic Elections

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The BJP retained power in the city’s three municipalities for a third consecutive term on Wednesday, in what was an overwhelming rejection of the Aam Aadmi Party just two years after it won a brute majority in the Delhi assembly elections.

Prime Minister Narender Modi’s popularity as wess as a decision to drop most of its sitting councillors helped the BJP buck anti- incumbency and tighten its grip over the civic bodies it first won 10 years ago.

The Elections carry wider national ramifications. An emphatic victory only adds to the BJP’s image of invincibility and leaves a divided opposition further demoralised in the run upto the national polls in 2019.

But the setback was the worst for AAP chief and Delhi Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.

With the verdict seen as a referendum on his government, the polls were a matter of prestige for him. The defeat called into question his ability to win elections after the AAP’s loss in Goa and Punjab polls last month.

Asplit in the opposition votes helped the BJP, which saw a marginal drop in vote share over 2012. The combined share of the AAP (26.21%) and Congress (21.09%) was more than that of the BJP’s (36.08%).

The AAP also failed to hold on to its supporters among Purvanchalis and minorities.

For the BJP the victory was sweet revenge for its loss to the AAP in 2015 Delhi polls when the latter won 67 of 70 seats.

 

 

 

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