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Diana, More a factory is not like a Phantom to was growing to be a Company ” Ramu added A long meeting between Anurag and Vikas took place last week that escalated into a major fight reported SpotboyEcom The report suggests that Anurag wants Vikas out of the company However it would not be possible as Vikas is an equal shareholder in Phantom “Anurag and Vikas are both equal shareholders in Phantom Let’s not forget that if Anurag is the face of the company Vikas is the founder Phantom is Vikas’ brainchild” a source was quoted in the report Also Read:Despite Pink winning a National Award Amitabh Bachchan is gloomy Why did he write such a sensitive note on Twitter Things have not been smooth between Anurag and Vikas ever since Bombay Velvet and Shandaar tanked The two shared some creative difference during the making of Bombay Velvet that created the rift in their relations The two had several heated exchanges ever since Bombay Velvet was directed by Anurag Kashyap and produced by Vikas Bahl For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Inder Malhotra | Updated: June 1 2015 6:21 am J Jayalalithaa taking oath as the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the fifth time on May 23 2015 Related News As 1998 wore on so did the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led motley coalition government despite endless differences among the allies The biggest source of trouble however was J Jayalalithaa as proud powerful and volatile a leader of Tamil Nadu and supremo of the AIADMK then as she is now Today her glory is at its peak after being sworn-in as chief minister for the fifth time Over the years she has alternated in this high office with her arch-rival M Karunanidhi of the DMK In the late 1990s she was out of power in her state but had 18 totally loyal members in the Lok Sabha whose support the BJP desperately needed For offering it her demand was that the Union government should withdraw all the criminal cases the provincial government of “the hated” Karunanidhi had filed against her This was clearly something that the Constitution did not allow So she constantly threatened to withdraw her support to the Vajpayee government Whether she would actually do this and if so when had become a guessing game Within the Congress the main opposition party Sonia Gandhi’s advisors had managed to persuade her that the time had come to topple the fragile government Unfortunately for it the BJP-led ruling coalition had little to commend it On the contrary it had given itself several black marks most notably a campaign by some members of the ruling establishment against Christians especially foreign missionaries This led to an Australian missionary and his two sons being burnt alive in Odisha The prime minister strongly condemned this barbarity but few were impressed Most people believed that militants in the Sangh Parivar had their own agenda as is the case now when the BJP has a clear majority in Parliament and Narendra Modi is a stronger prime minister In November in assembly elections in several states and the Union territory of Delhi the BJP fared badly The Congress swept it out in Delhi and even more thoroughly in Rajasthan one of two BJP strongholds in the region In the second Madhya Pradesh the Congress unexpectedly retained control This earned Sonia Gandhi kudos from the country adoration from her party loyalists and lavish praise from the media On the last day of the year the Vajpayee government handed an unexpected gift to all those determined to dislodge it by dismissing the chief of naval staff Admiral Vishnu Bhagwat at the insistence of the maverick defence minister George Fernandes Things dragged on until the middle of March 1999 when the Vajpayee government celebrated its first anniversary with pomp and circumstance and became somewhat complacent It was therefore shocked when Jayalalithaa did withdraw support to it and asked Vajpayee to secure a vote of confidence in the House — a call stridently endorsed by all opposition parties When the BJP retorted that the opposition could table a motion of no-confidence in the government the matter was taken to President KR Narayanan who ruled that the government had to take a fresh vote of confidence to prove its majority Though dismayed the BJP had no option but to obey the president’s directive Having covered or closely watched Parliament since its inception as a “provisional” one on January 26 1950 when the Constitution came into force (the first Lok Sabha was elected in 1951-52) I have never seen a parliamentary vote so tense and full of venom Canvassing preceding it bordered on the abusive On voting day several stretchers were brought from various hospitals in different parts of the country into the Lok Sabha lobbies so that their ailing occupants could cast their votes in the critically important contest One of the stretchers carried Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia of Gwalior who had resigned from the Congress two years earlier to become a senior leader of the BJP When the votes were counted the government secured 269 votes to 270 and lost by just one vote Vajpayee resigned but was asked by the president to stay until alternative arrangements were made He used his oratorical skills to make much of the fact that all he needed was a single vote that 800 million Indians would surely provide him with The greatest irony in the situation was that the government might have survived if at the very last minute Jayalalithaa hadn’t persuaded another pugnacious woman leader Mayawati of the Bahujan Samaj Party to reverse her earlier decision to solemnly commit to the BJP the five votes she commanded In the Congress party there was not just joy but exultation The Congress president’s confidants were certain that her time had come and that within a few days “Soniaji would be sworn-in as prime minister” The writer is a Delhi-based political commentator For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abhishek Angad | New Delhi | Published: May 1 2017 2:12 am Police said Kaptaan Singh an English teacher at a school in Khanpur had sustained a leg fracture and several wounds Top News TWO DAYS after a 51-year-old government school teacher was assaulted by a group of men for not voting for a independent candidate who had contested the MCD polls police have arrested six persons and apprehended three minors in connection with the case Police said the men were associates of the independent candidate Rajesh Kumar Police said Kaptaan Singh an English teacher at a school in Khanpur had sustained a leg fracture and several wounds “During questioning we found that the arrested accused are alleged supporters Kumar who was contesting from ward no 77 in Sangam Vihar The complainant resides in the same colony as the candidate but he did not support Kumar Thus they all thought that Singh was responsible for Kumar’s defeat and assaulted him” said additional Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Chinmoy Biswal Singh was allegedly assaulted on Devli-Khanpur road next to a Valmiki chaupal Soon after a case was registered at Neb Sarai police station A team was formed under Kuldeep Singh SHO Neb Sarai to nab the accused Police said during investigation CCTV footage from three different cameras was scanned following which one of the attackers was identified “Raids were conducted at the attacker’s house After his arrest we came to know that it was done under the direction of one Rajesh alias Dhanshu Based on his statement four persons and three minor accused were arrested” said Biswal Police said Rajesh — who is involved in three cases including an attempt to murder case — is a close associate of the independent candidate “Kumar got 3511 votes in ward number 77-S while the winner got 5007 votes He lost by just 1500 votes During investigation the attackers who were his supporters said the teacher was one of the few persons responsible for the loss We are also investigating if the independent candidate was involved in the assault as well” said a police source Speaking to The Indian Express the teacher said Rajesh had asked him to vote for the independent candidate before the elections “I had told them that I won’t reveal who I am voting for I did not show them any support This had possibly irked them and on Friday afternoon around 10 people stopped my motorbike and assaulted me with a hammer an iron rod and another sharp object I have received injuries on my thigh head and back besides a fractured leg” he said Biswal added that the accused barring one used aliases starting with alphabet ‘A’ so that they could be lodged in same jail while in judicial custody For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAfter news of his resignation over ticket distribution were reported by the media BJP leader Vijay Sampla dismissed the reports as mere rumours The BJP MP cleared the air around his reported resignation after meeting party president Amit Shah in New Delhi The reports regarding me(offers to quit as Punjab BJP chief) are false I had gone for some work: Vijay Sampla ANI (@ANI_news) January 17 2017 Ye sab baatien jhoot ki siwa kuch nahi hain ye rumours hain: Vijay Sampla pictwittercom/CY3wS2IdUm ANI (@ANI_news) January 17 2017 Earlier in the day media reports suggested that State BJP chief and Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment Vijay Sampla had offered to resign citing displeasure over ticket distribution for the polls Representational image AFP According to The Times of India the BJP MP from Hoshiarpur was upset over Som Parkash being offered the ticket to contest from Phagwara constituency Parkash is the siting MLA from the seat “Sampla is intelligent and knows the politics There’s no reason to resign” Hindustan Times quoted Prabhat Jha BJP in-charge of Punjab as saying According to a Times Now report the union minister has sent his resignation to BJP president Amit Shah offering to quit if the party does not withdraws its decision Punjab goes to poll on 4 February While the Shiromani Akali Dal will contest 93 seats the BJP will contest the rest The Amit Shah-led party announced its candidates for 17 seats on 12 January But it is important to get it done within the 45-day limit from the day of the hike as prescribed in the government order, V N Moretransport commissionersaid To ensure the work of meter recalibration is smooth and speedythe transport department organised meetings of meter manufacturersmeter repair shops and meter-testing institutesbut there may still be some glitches in the process?s Restless World?67 advisor to Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal, In the late 1950s.

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