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    'Yes, I had sex with Shahid Afridi': Ex Bigg Boss 11 contestant Arshi Khan clears the air on her controversial
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    Modi?s three big gambles: We?ll soon know if demonetisation, GST and Adityanath damaged BJP?s re-election prospects
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    Measured by their riskiness, three decisions in the prime minister’s tenure thus far stand out. Should BJP lose next year’s general election – an unlikely but increasingly plausible outcome – pundits and politicians alike will pore over the impact of demonetisation, the nationwide goods and services tax, and last year’s surprise elevation of Yogi Adityanath to lead Uttar Pradesh.

    On the face of it, the three moves are hardly alike. Demonetisation and GST are economic policies of widely varying pedigree: the former a harebrained idea cooked up by cranks, the latter a product of broad technocratic consensus. The appointment of Adityanath to helm India’s largest state is ultimately a political gambit.
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    LIVE! 15 persons killed, 9 hurt in thunderstorm in UP
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    Women bonding....
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    'Hindi-Chini Bhai Bhai? Don't you believe it. I don't trust the Chinese one bit,' Nehru told Gopalaswamy Parthasarathi before he traveled to China as India's ambassador.
    Asking GP to be ever vigilant, Nehru advised the diplomat to send telegrams on important matters only to him.
    Many such anecdotes from a long and eventful career as diplomat and bureaucrat crowd the pages of GP: 1912-1995, discovers Uttaran Das Gupta.



    IMAGE: A sketch of then prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru against the backdrop of China's capricious leader Mao Zedong who ordered his troops to invade India in October 1962.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DesiCasanova View Post


    Measured by their riskiness, three decisions in the prime minister’s tenure thus far stand out. Should BJP lose next year’s general election – an unlikely but increasingly plausible outcome – pundits and politicians alike will pore over the impact of demonetisation, the nationwide goods and services tax, and last year’s surprise elevation of Yogi Adityanath to lead Uttar Pradesh.

    On the face of it, the three moves are hardly alike. Demonetisation and GST are economic policies of widely varying pedigree: the former a harebrained idea cooked up by cranks, the latter a product of broad technocratic consensus. The appointment of Adityanath to helm India’s largest state is ultimately a political gambit.
    Elevation of Yogi may be surprising for many, but he was first choice of BJP carder at ground level.

    GST and De-Monetisation were smart move but ruined by the Indians who got corruption in DNA.

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    Cloudburst hit Uttarakhand even as North India reeled under sweltering heat. Heavy rains lashed Uttarkashi, Balkote, Pauri and Tihri in Uttarakhand. Five teams of Indo-Tibetan Border Police were sent to different areas of Uttarakhand for rescue operations.

    Meanwhile, dust storm hit Delhi-NCR, Chandigarh and surrounding areas in the evening.

    The storm accompanied by high-velocity winds and rain hit Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula.

    Heavy rains are reported to have started in Dehradun.

    As rest of the country is anticipating the Monsoon, most regions in the North got no respite from sweltering heat.

    In Delhi, the mercury settled at 42 degree Celsius, one notch above the season's average, and the minimum recorded was 30 degrees Celsius, three notches above the season's average.

    According to Met department humidity percentage swung between 39 per cent and 72 per cent in the national capital.

    In Rajasthan, Churu recorded a high of 49.7 degrees Celsius, eight degrees above normal, while the maximum temperature in Sriganganagar touched 49.1 degrees Celsius, seven notches above normal.

    Several areas of Himachal Pradesh were pounded by storms which uprooted trees and disrupted the power supply in Shimla town and adjoining areas.

    The day temperature dropped by a few notches due to strong winds and rain. The rainfall also helped douse the fires in Chamba, Kangra, Shimla and other areas.

    Baijnath was wettest in the region with 48 mm rains, followed by Pandoh 31 mm, Gohar 30 mm and Mandi 24 mm.

    Una was hottest in the state with maximum temperature touching 40 degrees, a drop of 2.5 degrees, while Nahan, Bhuntar and Sundernagar recorded a high of 35.5 degrees, 35.2 degrees and 34.9 degrees
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    Uttar Pradesh, light to moderate rain and thunderstorm occurred at isolated places.

    The highest maximum temperature in the state was 44.3 degrees Celsius recorded at Fatehgarh.

    Hot weather conditions continued to prevail in Punjab and Haryana with Narnaul recording a high of 46.5 degrees Celsius, five degrees above normal.

    UT Chandigarh, joint capital of both states, recorded a maximum temperature of 38.3 degrees Celsius.

    Among other places in Haryana, Hisar recorded a maximum temperature of 46 degrees Celsius, four degrees above normal, and Bhiwani touched 45.1 degrees.

    In Punjab, Amritsar and Ludhiana recorded maximum temperatures at 42.3 and 41.7 degrees Celsius, respectively.
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    Good morning .....
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    Good morning pipals ... Happy Sundays .....
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    What's cooking today?
    I gave 3 options :

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    Final result : sookhe Aloo matar... With raita
    Making preparations...
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    Night menu ....baad me dekhenge
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