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2009 2:30 am Related News Shopkeepers of Mata Rani chowk area today continued their dharna to protest against the water logging problem in the area.14, He said that the search operation was still going on.“Nothing is being left to chance and every input that wereceive is being thoroughly looked after” a police officersaid On Thursday security was beefed up at sensitiveinstallations including the Vaishno Devi shrine and highalert was sounded across Jammu district in view of the ongoingunrest in Kashmir Valley and the upcoming Independence Day For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Updated: October 17 2016 12:30 pm Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Brinda Karat Top News Communist Party of India (Marxist) leader Brinda Karat on Tuesday condemned the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena’s (MNS) threat to film makers Karan Johar and Mahesh Bhatt for working with Pakistani artists and dubbed it as their brand of ‘pseudo nationalism’ WATCH VIDEO: Anurag Kashyap Targets PM Narendra Modi Regarding ADHM Ban And Gets Slammed “For them to attack soft targets like this (Karan Johar and Mahesh Bhatt) is pseudo nationalism; in fact no nationalism at all as it does not help the Indian cause” Karat told ANI “Anyone with any sense would condemn it because art and culture unites people It helps to take the message of unity brotherhood and fraternity across” she said adding “This is not in the interest of India it shows the rest of the world the level of politics in India” WATCH VIDEO: Prefer Indian Actors In My Films: Farah Khan On Pak Actors Controversy MNS’s film wing yesterday threatened film makers Karan Johar and Mahesh Bhatt with ‘a befitting response’ if they work with or release films featuring Pakistani artists The film workers association of the Raj Thackeray-led party had recently set a 48-hour deadline for all Pakistani artists working in India to leave the country in the wake of the Uri attack This is not the first time Pakistan-based artists have been threatened by Mumbai’s political parties Earlier the Shiv Sena had told ghazal singer Ghulam Ali to cancel his performance in Mumbai It had also opposed the hosting of a cricket match in the city between India and Pakistan during the T20 World Cup It also threatened to obstruct promotions of Pakistani actors Fawad Khan’s ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ and Mahira Khan’s ‘Raees’ For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: August 23 2016 1:33 am BJP MLA and State president Dilip Ghosh during a press conference at party headquarter in Kolkata on August 22 2016 Express photo by Partha Paul Top News A DAY after Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee described the Modi government as the “most arrogant” she had seen the state BJP on Monday accused her of helping “anti-national elements” speaking “half-truths” and destroying the country’s federal structure “The chief minister has called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a dictator She said the BJP government is out to destroy the federal character of the country She also made some loose political comments some bordering on anti-national leanings” state BJP president Dilip Ghosh told mediapersons With Mamata slamming the Modi government for setting up a central committee to monitor its schemes and the funds it sends to Bengal Ghosh said funds for certain sectors have been blocked because the money was either not being used or was misused by the Mamata regime “If someone gives money the person has every right to ask how the money has been spent The Centre has been giving funds but the state government has failed to produce utilisation certificates We feel the money has been used to fund expenses such as giving donation to clubs or paying for unnecessary ‘utsavs’ of the state government” Ghosh said “The Centre will soon appoint officers at the block level and at the treasury to monitor how its funds are spent It will soon be clear whether the money was used to meet illegal expenses of the state” he added Claiming that the comments show that Mamata was telling half-truths Ghosh said: “While she is criticising the BJP government for not honouring federalism she herself is trying to destroy the federal structure… Mamata Banerjee never cares for the truth She knows that the recommendations (for the state) were not of the Centre but of the Niti Aayog where the states have their representatives” Elaborating Ghosh claimed a sub-group was formed in the Niti Aayog to review the centrally-sponsored schemes and it met four times before finalising its recommendations on the basis of extensive consultations “Niti Aayog’s letter to the West Bengal government is based on those recommendations” he claimed “Besides West Bengal’s share from central tax devolution has increased In 2013-14 it got about Rs 42000 crore and about Rs 64000 crore in 2015-16 All these show Mamata is telling half-truths and is only interested in changing the names of projects to her own name” Ghosh said Criticising Mamata for raking up the Kashmir issue he said: “Kashmir violence has no financial clause Rather her own state is slowly becoming Kashmir as it harbours notorious Islamic fundamentalists and the state government is helpful to these anti-India groups” “We request and advise the honourable chief minister to help the federal structure of the country to cooperate with the central government for the development of West Bengal Narendra Modi has not arrested anyone for emailing cartoons So she should know best who is a dictator” he added raking up the arrest of Jadavpur University professor Ambikesh Mohapatra in April 2012 for circulating a picture spoof on Mamata and Trinamool leader Mukul Roy Referring to the Bengal government’s stand that the rate of GST to be levied should “neither too low nor too high” Ghosh said the figure was yet to be decided “The CM should know that there is a recommendation committee which would decide the GST rate The chairman of the committee is state Finance Minister Amit Mitra If she is not happy with the decisions and thinks that Mitra is unable to work for the interest of the state she should ask him to resign” he added Ghosh is set to lead a team of state leaders to New Delhi to meet Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday “We will discuss the deteriorating law and order situation in Bengal about the proposed change in the name of the state and some other issues” he said Sources said the delegation would also meet Union Health Minister J P Nadda and request him to put pressure on the state to take steps to curb cases of dengue with PTI inputs For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | New Delhi | Updated: December 2 2014 2:40 pm Arvind Kejriwal also challenged the BJP to disclose the list of their donors as his party has done Related News Former Delhi Chief inister ArvindKejriwal on Tuesday said his party will file a criminal defamationcase against BJP which has alleged that AAP was divertingfunds from NGOs of its leaders Kejriwal also challenged the BJP to disclose the list oftheir donors as his party has done and accused the saffronparty of “terrorising” those who have donated money to AAP He also took a jibe at the media for “arbitrary coverage”of the allegations levelled by the BJP “Media has widely covered arbitrary and baselessallegations by BJP against our funding We are filing criminaldefamation against BJP “I have been challenging BJP and Congress to disclosetheir list of donors (the way we do) Would media give similarcoverage to us For the first time a political party (is)trying transparent funding n disclosing its list of donors BJP trying to terrorise our donors Fair” the AAP chiefposted on Twitter AAP had organised lunch for traders with an entry fee ofRs 20000 The party collected a whopping sum of Rs 50 lakh In a similar event held in Mumbai last Thursday theparty had fetched Rs 91 lakh taking the total to Rs 141crore in just two such events Accusing AAP of diverting funds from NGOs of its leaders? Why did he not make a complaint to anybody? Senior advocate Puneet Bali,Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: July 23, But yes, The fare is expected to increase to Rs 10 per km from Rs 8 per km.

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