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Share This Article Related Article Leader of Opposition Prem Kumar made the demand to Speaker Vijay Chaudhary who continued with the Question hour. For all the latest India News, we asked them to make a collection that reflected their unique sensibility as a brand, Apart from leading Indian designers including Tarun Tahiliani,” he added.Till now the Indian Railways have solved nearly 250 cases related to cleanliness and nearly 16 Non-Government Organisations (NGO) are also taking part in this drive For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Mumbai | Published: May 2 2014 8:17 pm Related News A day after an editorial in Shiv Sena-run Marathi daily newspaper ‘Saamna’ criticised the Gujarati community in Mumbai Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray on Friday appealed to keep the “relationship” between Marathi and Gujarati people “intact” “People in the state unitedly exercised their right to franchise for a strong government at Centre Marathi and Gujarati speakers especially those who consider themselves staunch votaries of the Hindutva ideology have done wonders” Uddhav has been quoted as saying in a press statement issued here “Many people get stomach aches after seeing them act in a united manner The late Shiv Sena supremo Bal Thackeray used to say that if Marathi and Gujarati speakers in Mumbai came together they could create a miracle in the country” he said in the statement He said that these miracles would be seen after the 2014 Lok Sabha elections “The unity of Marathi and Gujarati speakers will not break Fearing what would happen to them some people are sowing seeds of hatred in this sweet relationship We will be cautious about them and keep this unity intact” the Sena leader said He also urged both the communities to strive towards hoisting the saffron flag during the Lok Sabha as well as state assembly elections However only yesterday in a ‘Saamna’ editorial the Sena chief had asked whether Gujaratis were ready to rally behind them during the assembly elections the way they united in support of BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi The editorial had alleged that the Gujarati community and other non-Marathi traders had extracted a lot from Mumbai and utlised the city like a “sex worker” in order to build their own cities of gold (Dwarakas) “Will the Gujarati community stand behind us to realise the dream of hoisting the saffron flag atop Maharashtra’s Mantralaya On this Maharashtra Day (the state’s foundation day on May 1) the 11 crore citizens of Maharashtra have to take an oath to ensure that the dream of the 105 martyrs (who were killed in police firing during the Samyukta Maharashtra movement) does not go unrealised” the ‘Saamna’ editorial had said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 31 2017 1:56 am Top News The Supreme Court on Monday cancelled the bail of former Gujarat BJP MP Dinubhai Boghabhai Solanki an accused in the 2010 murder case of RTI activist Amit Jethwa till the examination of eight key eyewitnesses and ordered day-to-day trial A bench of justices A K Sikri and Ashok Bhushan also allowed the re-examination of 26 witnesses and directed Solanki to surrender to the police forthwith “The bail of the accused shall remain cancelled till the examination of eight key witnesses in the case The trial shall be held on day-to-day basis and the accused (Solanki) will not enter Gujarat unless required in the case” the bench said The HC had ordered retrial in the matter which was challenged by Solanki in the apex court On April 6 the Supreme Court had expressed regret for not having heard a plea for rescinding bail of the former Gujarat MP in the case and had expressed concern overwitnesses turning hostile in the matter While perusing the CBI report the court had said that the witnesses in the case have complained about having received threats Solanki is the prime accused in the murder case of Jethwa who was shot dead in broad daylight outside the Gujarat High Court premises in July 2010 The CBI had chargesheeted Solanki who represented Junagarh constituency in Lok Sabha at that time in the case along with six others including his nephew Shiva Solanki and sharp-shooter Sailesh Pandya Jethwa had filed numerous RTI applications and a PIL in the high court against illegal mining in and around Gir forest sanctuary The case was transferred to the CBI in 2012 by the Gujarat High Court after his father alleged no action by the state police For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsOn Saturday 7 November over 50 Pioneers met in The Hazel Hotel Monasterevin Co Kildare for a day-long session of debate discussion and reflection The busy conference agenda covered issues ranging from a vision for the Pioneers to more practical matters that included the forthcoming Charities Act Feedback on the day focused on the importance of extending membership of the Association to greater numbers of youth and parents Attendees also felt it was critical for the PTAA to contemporise its messages to all of its target audiences The Pioneers of Eglish will take this further with a day of high-powered reflection on 20 November and the Ulster and Munster Pioneers are also planning conferences Read more The Ulster Pioneers will hold a conference on 7 March and the Munster group also in Spring 2010 Details of these two conferences will be available from wwwpioneerassociationie from January 2010 Eglish is a small village with around 240 families and is one of the few villages in Ireland with no pub The Eglish Pioneer centre was formed over 60 years ago and currently has 100-plus members It is organising a “Community Reflection” on Friday 20 November 2009 to encourage communities to reflect on the many social issues caused by recession Some of Northern Ireland’s best-known figures will convey their experiences of forgiveness alcohol and gambling addiction spirituality and conflict resolution They include Dame Nuala O’Loan former police ombudsman; Denis Bradley joint head of the Eames Bradley consultative group on the past; Richard Moore founder of the Children in Crossfire charity; Oisin McConville former Armagh footballer and Tom Herron trauma therapist Journalist and author Hugh Jordan will host the evening Commenting on the planned event Brian Jordan of the Eglish Pioneers pointed out that during times of stress like the present recession levels of alcohol abuse and addiction tend to rise Ireland continues to rank among the highest consumers of alcohol in the EU: we drink about 20% more than our European counterparts It is timely to highlight underage drinking because according to recent reports Irish 16- to 17-year-olds spend on average 20 a week on alcohol This indicates an illegal alcohol market of 145 Further Information: Brian Jordan on Tel: 04890 7885 13590 or Orlaith O’Callaghan PTAA Advocacy and Communications Manager on Mobile: 087 6385942 The “Community Reflection” evening starts at 800 pm Tickets cost 5 with free admission for Under 18s Stations are being cleaned and pesticides are being sprayed as part of the cleanliness drive.