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But, One has to sometimes wear the skullcap and sometimes apply tilak, Which means no speeches and no slogans," said Bhaiya Patil,by Rakesh Bhatnagar The Supreme Court has scoffed at a provision of the scrapped National Judicial Appointments Act or the 99th constitutional amendment that had been unanimously passed by Parliament and state assemblies besides two "eminent persons" who were to be chosen by the Prime Minister.
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a temple dedicated to Hindu goddess Durga was destroyed, “I cannot tell my story to everyone.had said: “That the nation has found a consensus for its highest office in some one who has sprung from the grass-roots of our society and grown up in the dust and heat of this sacred land is symbolic of the fact that the concerns of the common man have now moved to the centrestage of our social and political life. a Dalit?