After denied permission by City police and civic body, the BJP , at last, got the permission to hold Amit Shah’s rally at the site beside Victoria Hall by the Kolkata High Court.
To be successful one needs to be focused.
To be focused one needs to be disciplined.
To be disciplined one needs to be visionary.
To be visionary one needs to dream.
And to dream one needs to be free.
In a major set back to ICC Chairman , N Srinivasan (and suspended BCCI chairman), the Supreme Court wants Chennai Super Kings Team to be disqualified. After the Mudgal report which found Meiyappan , son-in-law of N Srinivasan owner of Team CSK being involved in betting.
The Court has also asked to conduct fresh elections for BCCI excluding officials with tainted image in IPL spot-fixing Scam. Srinivasan, on the other hand, wants a clean chit from the court to contest for the post of BCCI president yet again.
The BJP has knocked the door of the Kolkata High Court thrice now after being denied approval for Amit Shah’s rally in outside Victoria Hall , a popular site ideally preferred by TMC Supremo, CM- Mamata Banerjee. Although the BJP had applied for the ground in July, five months later – last week, the police rejected the request citing traffic problems. The city’s civic body and the fire department also reportedly cited lack of proper sketch of the stage plan as the reason for disapproval.
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The Special Court slammed the CBI over its handling of the Hindalco coal block allocation case, asking why wasn’t former prime minister Manmohan Singh questioned in the case.
Well, what is the answer expected from CBI in this regards ?
Guess, people remember former PM’s popular statement on the ‘Coalgate’ issue raised in the Parliament – ” Hazaaron Jawabon Se Acchi Hai Meri Khamoshi…”
Here is the cartoon drawn on lost files in Coalgate case where the PM kept silent against the acquisitions of the opposition.