New Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday released its first list of 57 candidates for the February 8 polls to the 70-member Delhi Assembly, fielding 20 municipal leaders, including four former mayors, as many ex-deputy mayors and a host of sitting and former councillors. … [Read more...] about Delhi Assembly Elections: BJP Names 57 Candidates, Ex-AAP MLA Kapil Mishra Fielded from Model Town
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Over a year and a half after the infamous #Concerned1950 students made waves at the University of Missouri, the university is finally reaping the benefits of caving into the Black Lives Matter rhetoric. According to Heat Street, the incoming freshman class at Mizzou is only 4,009 students. This is a staggering 35% decrease from the entering class in Fall 2015 when the protests occurred following four questionable incidents on campus. … [Read more...] about University Of Missouri Decided To Take Black Lives Matter Seriously. The Result: Nobody Enrolled.
NEW DELHI: It was a week full of action on Dalal Street. On one side, there was mixed sentiments in global markets as the US and China signed Phase I of trade deal, on the other, local markets focussed mainly on the December quarter earnings. And in Friday's session, the Supreme Court verdict telecom AGR caused a stir. For the week, the benchmark indices closed on a positive note, having scaled fresh record highs through most of the week. An even stellar performance came from the broader markets. All eyes now shift to the Union Budget and Q3 earnings from the blue chip firms in general, and banks, in particular. Here's a look at what analysts made of the week gone by, as they shared their piece of mind on microblogging site Twitter: Union Budget Independent market expert Sandip Sabharwal made a case for personal income-tax cut in Union Budget and said there is no point tweaking LTCG and DDT, as they would give further impetus to an already frothy market. Removal of #LTCG or #DDT … [Read more...] about Tweet Buster: Lower I-T slabs, forget LTCG; why RIL results didn’t impress
Rosena’s mother was a singer of Polish origin while her father was of Pakistan background but her parents separated after few years of getting married. After finishing her school she studied medical biochemistry at Brunel University and later studied medicine at Cavendish College, Cambridge. Before she was elected as MP , Rosena served as a local Cllr in Wandsworth council representing Bedford ward in Balham. … [Read more...] about For the first time ever, British parliament has more female Muslim MPs than male Muslim members