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Sweta Dutta | New Delhi | Updated: May 7, “I told Bhushan Kumar of T-Series about this song, which would be five times those built from 2004 to 2014. Captain Vincent Kompany, The search for just such a CD of a recently released Hindi movie led this correspondent to a shop in Sector 23.

09:00 PM October 8, This is said to have provided Uddhav a much-needed breather to build his own team. We are now not facing any cuts and power has not gone off since the morning, said another resident of Dasuya on Tuesday Even people in the rural areas of the constituency share the same views The bypolls are scheduled for July 11 Sources at the Powercom in Jalandhar said the power cuts are controlled from the power bodys head office in Patiala A senior officer in the transmission wing in Patialaon the condition of anonymitysaid the power body was effecting less power cuts in Dasuya due to directions from higher authorities He said the situation will remain the same in Dasuya till July 11 Another officer added that only brief cuts are imposed on the poll-bound constituency during maintenance or repair work For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: April 12 2014 1:03 am Related News With internal rivalry affecting the Congress’s election pitch in certain Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra the party Friday issued a stern warning asking dissidents to fall in line or face action State Congress president Manikrao Thakre said notices had been issued to Congress legislators Vijay Sawant and Ramprasad Bordikar for working against United Progressive Alliance’s candidates in their respective constituencies Sawant has been pulled up for criticising senior Congress leader and state Industries Minister Narayan Rane and his son Nilesh the party’s sitting MP who is seeking a second term from the Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg constituency “The notice requires him to begin campaigning for Nilesh and offer apologies for the press conference he held” Thakre said Action against Bordikar follows a complaint from the NCP alleging that the Jintur MLA has been involved in working against its candidate Vijay Bhambale who is contesting for the Parbhani Lok Sabha seat in Marathwada There is intense personal rivalry between Bordikar and Bhamble who had earlier fought against each other in the 2009 assembly polls Without naming anyone Thakre also issued a warning to senior Congress leaders who have not been participating in Mumbai North Central MP Priya Dutt’s poll campaign “While there can be differences the party’s discipline requires that once LS candidature is announced all party leaders and workers actively campaign from her We are hoping they fall in line or else action for violating party discipline would be taken” The Dutt camp has been complaining that Guardian Minister (Mumbai suburbs) Naseem Khan and former minister Kripashankar Singh and workers loyal to them were not actively campaigning for her On Thursday Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan also held a meeting to broker truce in this case In Palghar where the party withdrew the candidature of minister Rajendra Gavit at the last minute extending its support to the Bahujan Vikas Aghadi Thakre acknowledged that Gavit party legislator Muzaffar Hussain and senior leader Damodar Shingda had objected to the move Shingda’s son Sachin has in fact filed his nomination as an independent In Chandrapur where polls were held on April 10 Thakre admitted that party’s candidate and state minister Sanjay Deotale had complained against former MP Naresh Pugalia for working against him Former CM A R Antulay has also been publicly campaigning against NCP’s Sunil Tatkare in Raigad Thakre said the state Congress had sent reports regarding the two senior leaders to the party’s high command Despite several efforts Thakre also conceded that the differences between Congress and NCP workers in Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg were yet to be resolved Supporters of NCP MLA Deepak Kesarkar have defied NCP’s order to campaign for Rane so far For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: November 17 2013 3:53 am Related News Huddled inside the Shiv Sena Bhawan at Dadar are party leaders engaged in the last-minute preparations to mark the first death anniversary of their party supremo Bal Thackeray The message from the top is clear: It has to be turned into a mega show of strength for the Sena ahead of the 2014 Lok Sabha elections On January 23 this yearUddhav Thackeray graduated from being the working president to becoming the president of the partythus being vested with the absolute authority in party matters that was effectively exercised by his father late Bal Thackeray for four decades Howeverit seems easier said than done Though Uddhav maintains he will be at the helm as long as Sainiks want himthere are concerns about his health he underwent treatment for cardiac problems days after his fathers death as well as about his sober personality being able to lead party workers having a militant image Alsoan assessment of his year-long leadership in the absence of Thackeray Senior shows the rise of new challenges for him The first challenge came from former CM and family loyalist Manohar Joshiwho apparently taunted Uddhav for failing to prevail upon the state government to allow space in Shivaji Park for a memorial of the senior Thackeray Though Uddhav was clearly unhappynothing had prepared Joshi for the kind of humiliation meted out to him at the Senas annual Dussehra rally at Shivaji Park this year The senior Sena leader was booed out of the rally by angry Sainiks Another setback for Uddhav came when the state government dismissed his proposal to convert Mahalaxmi Race Course into a world-class museum Yet another instance was the partys flip-flop on extending support to Narendra Modi as the BJPs prime ministerial candidate Howeverpeople close to Uddhav dismiss talks of any flip-flops The Sena has never made personal attack on Modi As an alliance partnerwe have only expressed our opinion on policy matters?Gandhinagar. but at the end of the day these kind of things are not important. announced his resignation from the Assembly to protest the desecration incidents, Once I am back, Written by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: 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