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Sources said the Appointment Committee of Cabinet (ACC) headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi picked up Bhatnagar based on his seniority.the Health department has now asked that hospital to submit a written explanation as well.the administration had purchased 10 pen cameras and distributed them to ?the party has no “concrete issue” to discuss ahead of the?” said Sampla.He said burning the effigy of Ravan on Dusshera is areligious tradition and accused the Congress of trying to make“fun” of it “Now Amarinder is scared of losing the polls for thethird time and that is why he was taking the help of effigiesto save his political existence” said Sampla For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ishita Mishra | Agra | Published: December 31 2016 2:32 am UP Cabinet Minister Azam Khan (PTI Photo) Top News SENIOR MINISTER and SP leader Azam Khan Friday said the bitter infighting in his party has shown the “father-son relation in a bad light” and adversely affected the destiny of Uttar Pradesh Slamming SP leader Amar Singh Azam urged party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav to not to sell the party for a “ghatia aadmi” Azam who was addressing a private function in Rampur requested SP workers to promise that they will not let BJP take any kind of advantage from the prevailing situation The statement coincided with Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and Ram Gopal Yadav’s expulsion “Iske baad log khoon ke rishton par yakeen karna band kar denge Baap-beta chacha-bhateeja saarey khoon ke rishte badnaam ho rahe hain Ab inpe koi yakeen nahi karega In rishto ke bigadne se pradesh ka muqaddar bigad gaya hai (After this no one will believe in blood relations Father-son uncle-nephew all blood relations are getting a bad name No one will believe in them anymore These relations which are going sour has affected UP’s destiny)” Azam said Hinting at his support for Akhilesh he said: “Ab tak ki ladai aapke saath ladi hai… ab aage kya hoga pata nahi Lekin jo kuch bhi hua wo Samajwadi Party ki badnaseebi ke alawa kuch nahi hai (Have fought the battle with you till now… don’t know what will happen next But whatever has happened is nothing but bad luck for SP)” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: November 19 2017 1:45 pm West Bengal BJP chief said: “Had the state government been serious about cow protection it would have taken steps to stop cow smuggling” (Representational) Related News The West Bengal government’s decision to distribute cows among families in rural areas ahead of the panchayat polls has come under fire from the Left Congress and the BJP The CPI(M) and the Congress have accused the ruling Trinamool Congress of communalising politics and helping BJP The BJP however has slammed the decision as an attempt to appease the people through the “politics of dole” The TMC had announced the decision on November 14 According to Leader of the Opposition and senior Congress leader Abdul Mannan the decision clearly signifies that the TMC is helping the BJP in its divisive politics “Why distribute cows ahead of panchayat polls This is a clear indication that the TMC is trying to help the BJP gain ground in Bengal through its divisive politics The TMC and the BJP have a tacit understanding of how to polarise the state” Mannan told PTI CPI(M) politburo member Mohammad Salim agreed and said it was a ploy to make way for “cow politics” which he claimed the BJP has been practising across the nation He added that the state government wanted to help the BJP ahead of next year’s panchayat polls The BJP too criticised the move “Instead of the politics of development the state government believes in the politics of dole They have already given cycles and shoes so now it’s cows” state BJP president Dilip Ghosh told PTI Had the government been serious about cow protection he said it would have taken steps to stop cow smuggling “But it has not done that” he said Animal Resources Development Minister Swapan Debnath defended the decision saying distributing cows in rural areas would help make families self-reliant and increase milk production He said under the TMC regime milk production in the state had gone up by 16 per cent The process of distribution of cows would start soon and be completed in the next couple of months The panchayat poll is important as it will show which way the wind is blowing in West Bengal ahead of the 2019 Parliamentary election For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Vadodara | Updated: November 7 2014 7:51 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the gathering at Jayapur village during a function for adopting the village under Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojna in Varanasi on Friday (Source: PTI) Related News For 52-year-old Vadodara trader Kripashanakar Singh the announcement of the adoption of his native village Jayapur near Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has sparked new hope of uninterrupted electric supply in the village Like Singh about 50 other families originally from Jayapur and residing in Vadodara have pinned their hopes on the “adoption” for the elusive development that forced them to migrate to Vadodara Singh’s memories of Jayapur include a six kilometer walk to the lone primary school from his modest village home on dirt tracks the long hours of wait for electricity and a bumpy bus ride to Varanasi to board an outstation train “Not much has changed till date” Singh says adding “Except that the school has a Higher Secondary section now and there is a college about four kilometers away But there are no roads and electricity is available only for about three hours a day after which homes continue to rely on oil lamps” One of Singh’s four living brothers continues to reside in Jayapur as a farmer mainly growing sugarcane Singh who is a trader of sarees visits to Jayapur are frequent “I visit Jayapur every alternate month to bring my trading consignments and for the last 40 years that I have been in Vadodara I have not seen any development there” For Singh until the time Prime Minister Modi declared the adoption of Jayapur residing in his native village was unimaginable in today’s age “My children — two sons and a daughter — have been born brought up and married in Vadodara Their connection with Vadodara is stronger than Jayapur but I do feel a lot for my village I am hopeful that the youth in the village will now have a brighter future and witness development of the village DN Thakur another resident of Jayapur cannot contain his joy as he distributes the sweets to the ‘Jayapur community’ in Vadodara “We are about 50 families from Jayapur in Vadodara alone Although the village is only 25 kilometers from Varanasi it has been neglected since several decades At least today people have heard about this village and in the future we hope it will see the development Modiji has promised” says Thakur who is into the construction business in Vadodara Singh and many others like him in Vadodara came out to hail the adoption of Jayapur as the Prime Minister’s pet village chanting ‘Har Har Mahadev’ distributing sweets and bursting firecrackers They believe that a recent incident of the snapping of overhead electric cables that injured several persons in Jayapur may have moved Modi to adopt the village “I think the incident of the overhead cables snapping and injuring locals which occurred just before the Lok Sabha polls Modiji won the elections from Vadodara too and vacated this seat But we hope that many other villages around Varanasi that are waiting development will benefit from his move” Singh says For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News The rebels surrendered along with their firearms before Chief Minister Mukul Sangma and Home Minister Roshan Warjri in West Garo Hills district of Meghalaya. signed a peace agreement with the government on December 18,where he was declared dead on arrival. 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