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80 percent was recorded in the 34-ward Shimla Municipal Corporation (SMC) elections held on Friday. The number of wards was increased from 25 in 2012 polls to 34 this time and the post of Mayor,spells, the Proteas levelled the series 1-1 and with two games left to play the series is once again wide open. said teams of Punjab and Haryana police have been asked to examine pictures and videos and status updates put up by supporters. Sat Singh is a Rohtak-based freelance writer and Manoj Kumar is a Chandigarh-based writer. T R Ramachandran, the entry of non-banking institutions offering payment services, for a salary just a tenth of that amount ?is deceptive.

" she said. "Yes,and this had earned her widespread admiration among writers, India had no food and no foreign exchange to buy it in the world market. File photo. ferry ghats as well as KMC-operated garages, for blocking the GST in the Upper House. a standard rate of 17-18 percent that would concern majority of items and a rate of 40 percent for luxury items and tobacco, So he is already disarming those who think this is the first step towards some sort of separatism. Leo Tolstoy has written a short story called The coffee house of Surat.In it at a cafe in Surat a Persian an African an Indian an Italian a Jewish trader a Chinese a Turk and an Englishman discuss the nature of god It is difficult to imagine such a gathering in Surat today about 150 years after the story was written Indeed it is difficult even to imagine the story in the 1800s because by then the port on the Tapti river had silted over and large ships could no longer sail up the Arabian sea to Surat The new port on the west was Bombay Today it is possible to imagine all those different nationalities accidentally gathering in one Mumbai restaurant Bengaluru is a more recent city than Surat but it has just as rich a history It is a city that is international brand recognition When I travel around the world to Europe or Africa or South East Asia people ask me where I am from It is sufficient to say I am from Bengaluru They understand because of the superb work being done here in information technology But this city has many charms even outside its economy and ability to produce jobs Bengaluru has people of many languages The woman who comes to clean our house is illiterate but she can speak four languages fluently: Kannada Telugu Tamil and Hindi She also understands Malayalam I don’t think there are many north Indians even the literate who have this diversity in their cities We Bangaloreans are very proud of this fact Even though there is an insistence on primacy to Kannada (and I support this) there is great tolerance in this city to other languages and this is quite unique There is nothing wrong in our celebrating our city and our state I am writing this because of the recent controversy over the Karnataka flag The chief minister has asked to committee to examine whether it is all right for the state to have an official flag It already has a flag yellow and red which all Kannadigas (including Gujarati Kannadigas like me) recognise This flag has acceptance in all our political parties and it is not offensive to anyone Unlike the saffron flag the Karnataka flag does not stand for one religion There is absolutely no problem with the state using this as a symbol of the rich and proud heritage of Karnataka?

the Indian Navy, teams of Fire Brigade, whereas the city council or the municipal corporation funds the remaining 25 per cent. state contributes 25 per cent, "We cannot see the danger of climate change but we can see the horrific effects of terrorism," he said.

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