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Scripting another Mayhem at Meham Armed groups and the polls

Courtesy The Sangai Express Editorial April 08, 2014 E Pao!, 1 week ago

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Ghana News Agency, 1 week ago
Ghana News Agency

Work on bailey bridge over River Tano on course

The construction of a 31.5-metre bailey bridge spanning the River Tano to link Mehame and Dadiesoaba and other cocoa farming villages in the Asutifi South District in the Brong Ahafo Region is progressing steadily. The GH¢325,000 bridge is ...
 Graphic Ghana1 week ago Alhaji Dauda inspects bridge over River Tano  Ghana News Agency1 week ago

The transport problem in Addis

While looking at the long queues for transport in the rush hours almost everywhere in the city, a 47-year-old civil servant, Tamerat Degene, worries about maintaining his patience to catch the number 5 public bus. Although he relies on the ...
 The Reporter Ethiopia4 days ago
DQ Week

Haryana CM's constituency, polling centres, under tight vigil

In the wake of upcoming 2014 election, to be held on April 10, security systems seem playing a vital role in monitoring and regularizing hi- sensitive areas in Haryana. To keep an eagle eye and monitoring on 9th and 10 th April, electronic security ...
 DQ Week1 week ago Avake Deploys Security Cameras At 528 Polling Centers in Haryana  Channel Times1 week ago

Deepender faces an easy contest in Hooda bastion

So straight does this contest look that even punters would not risk a bet here. Nearly a decade- long antiincumbency, accusations of nepotism flying thick and fast, and an out- of- action sitting MP — just the kind of recipe needed for creating a ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

Congress party on a sticky wicket on Haryana's most prestigious seat

Parliamentary polls in Rohtak being seen as referendum on state chief minister Hooda Rohtak: Rohtak is for Hoodas what is Amethi or Rae Bareli for the Gandhis. Rohtak has traditionally been a Congress party bastion, so much that legendary Jat leader ...
 Gulf News1 week ago

Khap leader's poll promise: Will makesame-gotramarriages illegal

CHANDIGARH: If khap leader Shamsher Kharkara is elected to Parliament he will move to amend the Hindu Marriage Act and make same-gotra, same-village marriages illegal. Kharkara is contesting on an INLD ticket from Rohtak against Congress's ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Votes of culture: Khaps hold sway in heartland

Trying to keep their non-political impression intact, khap panchayats have, however, been vigorously playing an active role in the parliamentary polls in Haryana. The important task entrusted to them by chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, who is ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago

South American Beach Volleyball Tour stops at Cochabamba, Bolivia

Cochabamba, Bolivia, March 27, 2014 Bolivia hosts a stop on beach volleyball's South American Tour for the second week running this weekend. After last weekend's stop in Sucre, this time the competition will be at the Olympic Club in the city of ...
 Fédération Internationale de Volleyball2 weeks ago

Wanted man on the run for 21 years held

A man, wanted in a series of crimes across north India in 1990s and was on the run for 21 years, has been arrested by Delhi Police after a brief encounter. Manoj Kumar Shehrawat, alias Sanjay (46), who belongs to Bawana in Delhi but was now ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
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