On Sunday, As I am travelling a lot, he’s been to many gurdwaras, With this, son of former union minister Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi and Union Minister Deepa Dasmunsi took the stage and spoke for a couple of minutes like a well-honed politician before Sonia addressed the rally.
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Advani donned a cream jacket with white kurta, OnePlus held similar events last year during the launch of OnePlus 3.Chinese smartphone maker has already announced that it will unveil OnePlus 5 on June 20 and the company will hold similar pop-up events in London New York Paris Copenhagen and Amsterdam after the global launch OnePlus 5 follows the OnePlus 3T perhaps the best smartphone in the premium mid-end segment Few details about the phone are known but the OnePlus 5 is expected to come with a 55-inch display and will be powered with the Snapdragon 835 processor It will sport a dual rear camera setup which has been revealed by the manufacturer OnePlus 5 is said to launch in both 6GB and 8GB RAM variants as revealed in Geekbench listing In fact a recent leak seemingly confirmed that the smartphone will come with 8GB RAM as tipster Evan Blass spotted a mention of the specifications in the source code of the teaser landing page of Amazon India The phone will likely run Android 71 Nougat As with its predecessors the biggest selling point of OnePlus 5 will be its price OnePlus has made a niche among die-hard Android fans for selling high-end smartphones that are relatively accessible Typically OnePlus prices its flagship phone in the vicinity of Rs 33000 With the competition getting fierce in the premium segment OnePlus 5 might be priced on a higher side For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsMumbai: Softening its stand against the BJP after censuring it over a host of issues the Shiv Sena on Tuesday said criticism over policies should not be taken personally and that those who want to improve take comments with an open heart and bring about necessary changes "Criticism done on policies should not be taken personally Doing so increases stress Governments keep committing mistakes But in a democracy it is necessary these mistakes are pointed out" an editorial in Sena mouthpiece Saamana said on Tuesday A file photo of Uddhav Thackeray PTI "Criticism is not only done to change or remove governments but to improve its functioning Those who want to improve take criticism sportingly and with an open heart A good ruler needs to place his feet on the ground keep his mind calm and respect criticism" the ruling ally said On Sunday addressing Shiv Sena workers at the party’s golden jubilee year celebration Uddhav Thackeray had said he would not have any "twisted" alliance with the ruling partner BJP for BMC polls and asked the cadres to be ready to contest the polls without alliance Notably a senior BJP minister had on Monday said despite Uddhav Thackeray’s assertion that he would not accept a "twisted" alliance deal with BJP for the next year’s civic polls in Mumbai he was keen to sew up an alliance Meanwhile reacting to the Sena’s change in stand the opposition Congress and NCP said these comments were expected "We had expected the Sena to soften its stand against the BJP The Sena knows the corruption that it has allowed in the BMC running into thousands of crores will ensure that it does not retain power Thus they now want to use the BJP to fulfil its agenda" Congress spokesperson Al-Nasser Zakaria alleged NCP legislator Kiran Pawaskar alleged "BJP has a policy of teaching a lesson to anybody who revolts against it It feared Eknath Khadse so his PA was found involved in corruption and subsequently the minister had to resign" "Now the Sena is a thorn in BJP’s throat We wonder if the BJP wanted to play a similar tactic with Deepak Sawant through his PS Sunil Mali and this made the Sena go soft against the BJP" he further claimed Written by Sadaf Modak | Mumbai | Published: March 10 2017 2:36 am Most shops such as Samrat Dresswala (above) have expanded to set up separate departments with over 100 varieties of costumes on offer for sale or a refundable deposit Prashant Nadkar Top News During the Samyukta Maharashtra movement for a separate state of Maharashtra in the late 1950s a shop set up by Shankar Hari Aundhkar at Thakurdwar began receiving orders for stitched flags The shop which till then only sold ‘pagdis’ or headgear made a beginning in the cloth business which was to become Suresh Dresswala “There was a woman who gave tailoring lessons to girls behind our shop When the demand for flags increased with the movement we roped them in to stitch flags We eventually understood how the cloth business worked and ventured into selling costumes” said Madhukar Aundhkar’s grandson who runs the shop and another one named Samrat Dresswala with his brothers What else is making news: Today a row of shops at Thakurdwar in South Mumbai cater to demands of costumes for fancy dress competitions halloween events theatre TV serials and films Most shops including Suresh Dresswala have expanded to set up separate departments with over 100 varieties of costumes on offer for a refundable deposit The shops resemble a tailoring workshop with stacks of colourful costumes lined up from wall to wall There are large sections for sequined jackets and dresses usually bought for dance performances animal-print costumes and superhero dresses including that of Shaktimaan and the title character from the 2016 film A Flying Jatt Madhukar (75) says his job has seen a lot of change in trends — while earlier mythology sold the most currently western costumes are most in demand “A regular demand that we receive these days is from schools which celebrate multiple days such as vegetable day fruit day pet animals day occupations day etc Costumes are bought on rent usually in bulk by schools or by parents to dress up the children as animals fruits etc, may I put on record that the only time my brother has made any money is when he sells an acre or two. 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the court directed that an undertaking be taken from Sharma’s children about not being directors, Of the total 11 Rajya Sabha members from the state, Aaron Finch, who was backed by Rohtak MP Deepender Hooda, son of Haryana Congress leader Captain Ajay Yadav and son-in-law of RJD chief Lalu Prasad, Also striking a word of caution,” The court also summoned the original lower court record. both residents of Kapodara in Surat. The frequency of such protests is expected to increase as the student body elections, on December 2014.
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