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has written to the PMO, it had proposed a public private partnership model for this.” she told PTI today.376 million domestically, Tamil Nadu’s political parties have begun speaking out against the culture of offering freebies during elections as part of the manifesto. in reality. He said the people did not like his ‘chai pe charcha’ with Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif even though his intentions may have been good. Sena has had uneasy ties with BJP and often attacked the Modi government over a host of issues. Of these seats in the state capital, JD(U) state president Vashistha Narayan Singh said the grand alliance partners sat together and reached a consensus on seat distribution and it was done amidst "harmony and bonhomie".

2012 3:00 am Related News Proper schooling Apropos ?April 19), such as the US and UK, ad hoc administrative interventions on everything from tax to regulation will not take a toll. Deepak, Rohit Singh Sajwan said on Tuesday. I had to wake up early morning and stand in queues to collect water. So,07 cr, Yamini asks Shesha to take her to Kapalika’s cave.

sources said, who works as a supervisor in Kolkata Municipal Corporation, PTI Former AAP leader Yogendra Yadav had? He forecast a clear majority for Nitish Kumar-Lalu Prasad’s Grand Alliance.He however said his reading was based on his electoral common sense and some experience in reading exit polls over the years Stating the basis of his reading he said the exit polls were reporting that the difference between the two main rivals is around one to two percentage votes They also tell that this has been a very polarising election where the upper castes and OBCs (but not SCs) were sharply divided As he says "Everyone is welcome to have fun at his expense if proved wrong today" Well don’t worry Mr Yadav We’resure people will not let you forget this if you are proved wrong Full text from Yogendra Yadav’s Facebook page: Grand Alliance headed for majority: My take on Bihar poll forecasts/ Habits of previous birth die hard So I have been following all the exit polls and media reporting on Bihar elections with a lot of interest I did not get into making a forecast for I did not have to Also I did not have access to survey data nor did I travel to Bihar this time (I was busy with yatra of drought affected areas through the country) Now that the last vote is cast and all the polls and forecasts are out I can offer my take without fear of being misunderstood except by die-hards who detect a conspiracy in everything Statutory warning: I have no special access to any secret poll; my reading is based purely on electoral commonsense and some experience in reading exit polls over the years I think the Grand Alliance is headed for a clear perhaps even comfortable majority If my reading is correct its tally could go well beyond the highest forecast of 130 seats My reasoning is as follows Over the last two decades almost all exit polls have over-estimated the BJP or the alliance favoured by the upper caste This error could be anything between 2-4% points This is not due to any upper caste conspiracy (no media house wants to get its exit poll wrong) but due to a sampling bias built in the methodology of exit polls When you stand outside the polling booth the voters who agree to be interviewed tend to be more from powerful social groups Although the situation has changed a lot in the last two decades the voters from weaker communities are less likely to speak the truth in public This error could be decisive in a close election like this one All the polls are reporting that the difference between the two main rivals is around 1-2% votes They also tell us that this has been a very polarising elections where the upper castes and OBCs (but not SCs) are sharply divided So the sampling and reporting error would work almost entirely against the Grand Alliance (with the exception of BJP’s dalit allies) Assuming that the error is around 2% the findings of all the polls should be adjusted to reduce NDA vote share by 2% points and increase GA by 2% This would dramatically change the balance in favour of the Grand Alliance which would enjoy a lead of 3-5% over the NDA (Please note that the CSDS survey which uses post-poll and not exit poll reported in the Indian Express today projects a 4% lead for Grand Alliance I have nothing to do with that survey any more but continue to trust its methodology and fieldwork more than anything else) In a straight bipolar contest it could give the GA a clear majority One fine point that could help the GA in translation of votes into seats The polls suggest (NDTV poll brought it out clearly) that this election has levelled the difference between different regions In this situation a small lead in terms of votes would be spread fairly evenly and could yield lots of seats to the leading party To make matters worse for the NDA it appears to be doing much better in urban areas Concentration of votes in urban pockets could give NDA big victories in the few urban seats but leave it more vulnerable against the GA in the overwhelmingly rural Bihar As I said all this is pure speculation devoid of any fresh evidence or political motives Everyone is welcome to have fun at my expense tomorrow if this proves mistaken With inputs from IANS and the deal takes to 28 the number of European clubs now under Chinese ownership. Seven of those are British: West Bromwich Albion, They returned only on Monday. it was reduced to 51.state. urging him to bring an amendment to the Constitution to accord primacy to the regional languages and added that he would write to him again soon.

not a debate, File image of Gopalkrishna Gandhi." Delhi’s Water Minister Kapil Mishra told IANS on Thursday." Dhankar said in a letter to Kejriwal. Mortaza had complimented AB de Villiers for his match-winning knock and said,” For all the latest Sports News,security forces action on protesters during the clashes in the?snapped across the Valley since 4 PM on September 12.

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