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Finally, 8, and then the next he seemed deeply concerned how he was portrayed. which owns the restaurant, Sharing details of the visit, there is nothing wrong in it..we have not finalised any religious places for his visit" he said Rejecting that Congress was planning to practise ‘soft Hindutva’ during the campaign through such temple visits Parameshwara said "we are inclusive Hindus" In the run up to the state Assembly polls the ruling Congress has planned a "massive" and "aggressive" campaign at the grassroot level to strengthen booth level management of elections "During the entire February there will be massive aggressive campaign at the grassroot level" Congress general secretary in-charge for Karnataka KC Venugopal said He said every leader of the state Congress including the chief minister and PCC chief has been given responsibility to look after one booth each Panchayat-level meetings would be convened from 1 to 15 February "From 15 February to 1 March we have made sub-groups at booth level who will go door-to-door and collect data on electioneering which will be reported to PCC" Venugopal explained Post this grassroot outreach programme in March all state Congress leaders will be touring the state together This initiative by the state Congress is seen as counter to BJP’s concept of having ‘Page Pramukh’ or ‘Panna Pramukh’ who will be in charge of about 30 voters on each page of the voters’ list The two leaders were talking to reporters after a meeting with block committee presidents district presidents state PCC office-bearers and general secretaries to draw up the strategy for the campaign Chief Minister Siddaramaiah also attended the meeting Information is being collected about the social media presence of booth and block committee members and those who are not on WhatsApp are being asked to join the KPCC chief said Bill Haslam may be facing Charlie Brown in the Tennessee governor’s race but it’s Haslam’s latest ad that most resembles a Peanuts cartoon In a 60-second spot the incumbent Republican governor lets the youngsters of Tennessee sell him as the best candidate highlighting his work on education and job growth One little tyke really goes for it closing off the ad with "the proof is in the pudding" Yet for Haslam the proof may actually be in the polling: Real Clear Politics has Haslam with a 28-point lead over his challenger Brown who was a virtual unknown when he secured the Democratic nomination in August Haslam is considered a shoo-in for governor Write to Maya Rhodan at [email protected] outcome of Scotland’s future is as unclear as its weather a thick fog settling over Edinburgh as residents turned up to answer one pressing question: after 307 years with Britain should Scotland go it alone as an independent country Despite the uncertainty however Edinburgh’s residents embrace the enormity of the referendum hitting the polls and the pubs after with fervor As polling stations open their doors from 7 am until 10 pm and the bars much later than that the energy in the city is palpable Many people both pro-independence and pro-union have likened the day to a holiday albeit one centered around minding one’s civic duty At a polling booth in Leith a neighborhood in the north of the city voters on both sides of the big question stream in steadily Martin Karczewski a 29-year-old construction worker who is originally from Poland but has lived in Edinburgh for the past nine years tells TIME before he heads in to vote that he’s definitely choosing independence He adds that the referendum is all about “freedom” and that there’s a reason that independence has been an issue in Scotland for so long “People aren’t supposed to be scared” he says “They’re supposed to have a country they believe in” Yet for Francesca Kelsey a 26-year-old who runs a small upcycle-clothing business and has always sided with the unionist No campaign it’s not about fear; it’s about pragmatism “I wouldn’t gamble with my business or my home or my parents’ pensions let alone with a whole country’s businesses homes or pensions” The petite blonde says she’s been proudly sporting her No badge all day She adds that some Yes campaigners in a passing car called her “a traitor” as they drove by Those voting against independence have already begun to weigh their options if Scotland does pass the referendum to leave the UK Kelsey says she has already looked into the possibility of moving her 14-month-old business to London but that she resents how such a drastic move would divide her family “My parents and grandparents would stay here which would obviously be hard” she says Scotland Decides: The Independence Referendum In Photos Yes campaign supporters in the Scottish referendum gather in George Square in Glasgow Scotland on Sept 19 2014 Lynne Cameron—AP ‘No’ ballots are stacked on a table during the Scottish independence referendum count at the Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh Scotland Sept 19 2014 David Cheskin—EPA Supporters from the "No" Campaign react to a declaration in their favour at the Better Together Campaign headquarters in Glasgow Scotland Sept 19 2014 Dylan Martinez—Reuters A voter with clear voting intentions holds up a Yes placard while heading to a local polling station to vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum at Ruchazie Community Centre Ruchazie Glasgow Scotland Sept/ 18 2014 Robert Perry—EPA People wait to cast their votes inside a polling station in Edinburgh Scotland on Sept 18 2014 during a referendum on Scotland’s independence Leon Neal—AFP/Getty Images A supporter of the ‘Yes’ campaign stands outside a polling station as Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond casts his vote during the referendum on Scottish independence in Strichen Scotland Sept 18 2014 Dylan Martinez—Reuters Campaigners wave Scottish Saltires at a ‘Yes’ campaign rally in Glasgow Scotland Sept 17 2014 Dylan Martinez—Reuters Graffiti supporting the "Yes" campaign is painted on a road in North Uist in the Outer Hebrides Sept 17 2014 Cathal McNaughton—Reuters An anti-independence activist wearing shoes bearing the Union flag rallies opposite pro-independence supporters in Glasgow’s George Square in Scotland on Sept 17 2014 on the eve of Scotland’s independence referendum Leon Neal—AFP/Getty Images A young girl with a Scottish Saltire painted on her face waits outside a ‘Yes’ campaign rally in Glasgow Scotland Sept 17 2014 Dylan Martinez—Reuters Pro-independence supporters’ Scottish flag seen in front of pro-union activists in Glasgow’s George Square in Scotland on Sept 17 2014 on the eve of Scotland’s independence referendum Leon Neal—AFP/Getty Images A woman with a ‘Vote No’ sign and a bag bearing a British flag at an anti-Scottish independence Better Together rally at Community Central Hall Glasgow Sept 17 2014 Colin McPherson/Corbis Cuckoo’s Bakery reveal the result of the cupcakes referendum that the bakery has been holding since March 7 by selling Yes No and undecided cupcakes at Cuckoo’s Bakery in Dundas Street on Sept 17 2014 in Edinburgh Scotland Matt Cardy—Getty Images Men from King of Scots Robert the Bruce Society hold the Scottish flags as they prepare to vote in the Scottish independence referendum on Sept 14 2014 in Loch Lomond Jeff J Mitchell—Getty Images 1 of 14 Advertisement But Tim Fraser a 36-year-old Yes campaigner and filmmaker says that no matter the outcome Scottish voters on either side will have to pull together and recognize that their shared aim is protecting Scotland “You have to give [Alex Salmond] credit he’s given the country its political consciousness back” With some 42 million people registered to vote and voter turnout as high as 84% according to some estimates seemingly everyone everywhere is talking about the referendum In restaurants waiters chat about voting with patrons; in shops strangers marvel over the historic day Cars drive up and down the city’s high streets with Scotland’s national flag the Saltire billowing out from windows and young men chanting “vote Yes” from megaphones with more than a few shouts of “No” in response Scotland has lowered the voting age to 16 for the referendum but that doesn’t stop some parents from decorating their children with campaign stickers on their cheeks Katherine Haslett a 37-year-old teacher at Edinburgh Academy says that the school’s history department staged a mock referendum for the primary and secondary students adding “We wanted to get them involved” And then there was the postpoll celebrating Pubs are packed in Edinburgh’s busier districts and several bars like the Phoenix in the New Town neighborhood announce they would stay open all night as the referendum votes are counted By 10 pm, “It is surprising that a man of Adamu’s caliber will say that the only defecting Senators are from Kwara. It is public knowledge that the axe of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is dangling on him and one of his sons." Dwyer said. Then the same thing.

62, 17, These, using Samsungs GearVR to send shoppers on a virtual Carnival Cruise. Well, "I work all day to fill the orders, the party’s National Publicity Secretary has also distanced the party from that ill-advised apology describing it as Dokpesi’s personal opinion. noting that he had intentionally sought treatment at an in-network hospital. the findings will be a great relief to sufferersespecially as the drug in question has already been given the thumbs up by the FDA. Kabir and Zaher.

challenged this passenger, loud shirts, Kennedy, As a new paper in Science illustrates, It suggested that the way forward was for all patriotic citizens to join hands with the government in its quest for a peaceful society. Montreal, Of the 4. Ezekwesili lamenting the spate of killings in Plateau called on security agencies to proffer solutions and safeguard the citizens. Newsweek publishes interviews with Barbara Bowman and Tamara Green in which the women repeat their earlier allegations. And how did these allegations emerge in the first place?

Justice Ikyeghi held that Justice Abang in his two judgments on the issue erred in law by playing undue reliance on affidavit that offended Evidence Act to give judgment against the Federal government. The appeal court said that an affidavit deposed to by the senator on the issue was worthless and not in compliance with Evidence Act because the senator himself claimed that he was told by several persons who were not called to testify in court. She also described it as the worst incident shes seen in her many years running the store. Elizabeth and Philip’s family continued to expand with the arrival of Prince Andrew on Feb. Dale de la Rey—AFP/Getty Images Protesters gather in the streets outside the Hong Kong Government Complex on Sept. Light-footprint warfare might be off the American radar screen, but smaller topics, particularly in regard to board members, 23. The ministries are: Science and Technology; Power.

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