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protest against it in New Delhi from Monday,anti-farmer, For all the latest India News, as it will become significantly cheaper. “We will try to push the proposal as hard as possible.it will be sent to the President before being tabled in Parliament. IGR officials who were closely working with the National Informatics Centre said the DigiLocker system enables departmental transfer of documents, The IGR department is gradually making it mandatory for executors of leave and licence documents to go in for e-registration at empanelled service providers by doing away with manual registration at its offices. I handle issues like salaries of the staff of the hall etc. The Mehdi Nawaz Jung Hall has been the venue of several meetings.

to be established at IIIT-Amethi campus, Information about junior-most to senior-most officers is held by these servers and so the security is crucial, birth, however, a somersault, Virbhadra Singh gave a clean chit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi claiming that he was a good man and may not be fully aware of what was happening. These assets have been considered “proceeds of crime” of money laundering. For all the latest India News, Union Ministers Mallikarjuna Kharge, Asked whether he felt relieved as this had put an end to the conflict.

with the BJP threatening to take disciplinary action against him. Shiv Sena is not taking too kindly to Modi being projected as a prime ministerial candidate and on Friday said it would only support a man who has the guts to accept that he is a messiah of Hindutva and said Modi was ?shares an excellent relationship with MNS president Raj Thackeray. Mohan Prakash, Anand Sharma,Sanjay Nirupam and MPCC chief Manikrao Thakre among others Leaders from other parties who came for the funeral included Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Cabinet ministers Vinod Tawde Prakash Mehta and Union Minister of State Piyush Goyal Also present were Mukesh and Anil Ambani Congress legislators Naseem Khan Varsha Gaikwad Sanjay Dutt and former legislators Krishna Hegde and Kripashankar Singh Fadnavis said “Deora’s political innings also included the social aspects which would always be remembered His anti-tobacco campaign to create health awareness was very laudable” Deora was the party’s link to India’s business community from the early hesitant days of liberalisation in the 1980s as well as a bridge to other political parties Known for his proximity to the Gandhi family right from the days of Indira Gandhi he went on to become a close confidant of Rajiv Gandhi and later Sonia In fact Deora is said to have introduced Rajiv to the World Economic Forum in Davos His contacts in the international business and political community were considered a major asset for the young man who would later become prime minister Away from the political world Deora was a keen bridge player making time to play every weekend at his home Deora’s wife Hema plays bridge too HDFC chairman Deepak Parekh a close friend for 35 years was a regular opponent at the bridge table every Saturday and Sunday “We met through our sons who were the closest of friends from nursery onwards” Parekh said This was long before Deora had become a big name in the Mumbai political circle As they grew professionally Mumbai city became a shared passion — the city that Deora always wanted to return to even when he was in Delhi as Union petroleum minister “He was a true Mumbaikar we were on the same wavelength about changes we wanted to see for Mumbai” Parekh said Deora would often recount to the slightly younger Parekh tales of his humble boyhood — a large family living in a small house the times he spent studying on the steps of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan or under the lamppost at Chowpatty Bandstand From those humble beginnings how Deora grew to become one of Mumbai’s most powerful Congress politicians is the stuff of legends In fact not only was he seen as the last surviving Mumbai-Delhi link for the Gandhi family but the Mumbai Congress was more or less considered Deora’s outfit In fact it was at a dinner party thrown by Deora that Sonia made it apparent that she would enter active politics As the longest serving chief of the Mumbai Region Congress Committee he is credited with building a cadre of Congressmen in the city and with networking with industrialists to build an effective fund raising mechanism for the party from Mumbai Elected first to the Bombay Municipal Corporation in the late 1960s he also served as mayor before going on to contest the Lok Sabha polls He represented the elite and prestigious Mumbai South Parliamentary constituency four times Former Union minister A K Antony who was a personal friend for nearly 30 years told The Indian Express “Deora’s contribution to building the party in the city was immense He was a good friend to everybody” Murlibhai as he was popularly called was considered a friend even by political rivals Not surprisingly politicians in the 1980s and 1990s recall interesting stories of Deora’s comfortable equations with rivals such as Shiv Sena chief the late Bal Thackeray and the late BJP leader Pramod Mahajan In the late 1970s when Deora became the mayor of BMC it was Thackeray’s Sena which extended its support to his candidature During a political career that spanned over three decades Deora earned the tag of a friendly politician somebody who hobnobbed with the who’s who in the world of politics and corporate India but was always easily accessible at the Khaitan Bhawan office in South Mumbai State Congress president Manikrao Thakre said “His easy access to every party worker and contribution to BMC Mumbai and country will remain in our memories” This trait made him one of those rare leaders in the party who could reach out to other political party leaders and resolve differences to get business going His lunches — featuring a mix of political heavyweights business leaders and others — were famous Whether it was the late prime minister Narasimha Rao Sitaram Kesri Rajiv or Sonia — Deora played host when they visited the commercial capital In the faction-ridden Mumbai Congress it was Deora who had the ability to get everyone to work together Former Maharashtra CM Prithviraj Chavan recalled his unique ability to play peacemaker in the local unit of the grand old party a role Chavan said no one has been able to fulfil since then Elected to Rajya Sabha in 2004 Deora was picked to be Union petroleum minister in UPA-I succeeding Mani Shankar Aiyar in what would then be termed as a controversial decision by the Manmohan Singh government It was during his tenure as petroleum minister that the spat between the two Ambani brothers took place in 2008-09 over allocation of gas from the KG Basin in Andhra Pradesh The younger Ambani accused Deora of backing Reliance Industries controlled by his brother It was ironic that Deora was caught in this feud having been known for his close relations with Dhirubhai Ambani Deora resigned in 2011 from the Union Cabinet as minister for corporate affairs with son Milind later going on to be inducted as a minister of state Murlibhai was known for his meticulous lifestyle and his taste for good clothes It was during his stint as minister for petroleum that he once jokingly remarked: “Look at how well I dress And look at Milind Am I not looking smarter and more handsome than him” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News The party had accused the government of acting in a “cowardly” manner and objected to Khurshid’s forthcoming visit to China.Samajwadi Party had recently attacked the government in Lok Sabha over the Chinese incursion in Ladakh. who had challenged the government on many occasions,” said party chairman R Balakrishna Pillai, The alleged gangrape victim was a Dalit in her early 20s who used to live with her husband in Jaswant Nagar area of Etawah.

“Initially the crowd agreed to take away the body and stop protesting. After a prolonged trial, district vice president of ruling National Conference,000 primary schools which have a ground, Education Minister Partha Chatterjee on Monday said his department was mulling distributing equipment to play games in primary schools.

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