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  • Top cop returns to Assam to check anti-CAB protests
  • Cong stages walkout over illicit mining in HP
  • Meghalaya CM rushes to Delhi over CAB
  • Chandigarh to host Pro Masters Badminton League
  • Sixth Schedule, ILP will not protect indigenous people from CAB
  • CaratLane launches 5th store in Chennai
  • Cong, DMK, Trinamool members stage walkout in LS protesting against CAB
  • VVIPs including Governor, Hemant and Dhoni turn up to cast their votes
  • IIT-M, SAEL to collaborate on thermal power generation with paddy straw as fuel
  • Govt working on tree transplantation technology: Gadkari
  • Internet remains suspended, no relief for detained leaders, life now normal
  • Situation remains tensed in Tripura
  • Air traffic remains suspended at Srinagar airport for 6th day
  • Pakistan breaks truce in Poonch, India retaliates
  • Siddaramaiah undergoes angioplasty
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AJSU party's first list, Sudesh to contest from Silli again

Ranchi, Nov 11 (UNI) AJSU party today released the first list of candidates on 11
seats of the state with party supremo Sudesh Mahto once again being fielded
from his traditional turf of Silli despite losing back to back elections from the seat.
Central chief spokesperson of the party Devsharan Bhagat said in wake of the
decision taken in the meeting of the parliamentary board of the party, the list of
the candidates have been declared.
The party despite of being in talks with BJP has announced its candidate on
Lohardaga and Chandankiyari seats and has fielded candidates against the BJP
on Chakardharpur, Simaria and Sindri seats.
AJSU's Giridih MP Chandraprakash Chowdhary has managed to get his wife
Sunita Chowdhary to contest from his turf of Ramgarh while his brother Roshanlal
is contesting from Barkgaon.
Another close associate of Chandraprakash Chowdhary Lambodar Mahto has
been fielded from Gomia seat. Lamodar Mahto had contested the by-polls for
Gomia and had lost the seat narrowly to Babita Devi of the JMM.
Cabinet minister Ramchandra Sahis has been once again fielded from Jugsalai
while BSP MLA Kushwaha Shivpujan Mehta who switched to the party has been
given the ticket from Hussainabad.
Following is the list of AJSU candidates: Sudesh Kumar Mahto (Silli), Sunita
Chowdhary (Ramgarh), Neeru Shanti Bhagat (Lohardaga ST), Kushwaha Shivpujan
Mehta (Hussainabad), Lamodar Mahto (Gomia), Roshanlal Chowdhary (Barkagaon),
Ramchandra Sahis (Jugsalai SC), Manoj Chandra (Simaria SC), Ramdayal Munda
(Chakardharpur ST) and Sadanand Mahto (Sindri).
UNI AK BM
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12 Dec 2019 | 1:39 PM

Guwahati, Dec 12 (UNI) With the security situation in Assam remaining volatile over
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Meghalaya CM rushes to Delhi over CAB

12 Dec 2019 | 1:34 PM

Shillong, Dec 12 (UNI) Chief Minister Conrad Sangma on Thursday left for New Delhi
to meet Union Home Minister Amit Shah to urge upon him to put in strong measures
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VVIPs including Governor, Hemant and Dhoni turn up to cast their votes

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12 Dec 2019 | 1:29 PM

Ranchi, Dec 12 (UNI) The third phase of the elections currently on in the state on 17
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Sixth Schedule, ILP will not protect indigenous people from CAB

12 Dec 2019 | 1:25 PM

Shillong, Dec 12 (UNI) Leader of Opposition in Meghalaya Assembly Dr Mukul Sangma
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Situation remains tensed in Tripura

Situation remains tensed in Tripura

12 Dec 2019 | 1:19 PM

Agartala, Dec 12 (UNI) Amid announcement of withdrawn of movement against Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) by Joint Movement Against CAB (JMAC) - a platform of regional tribal
parties and civil society organizations soon after passing the bill in Rajyasabha last night, the
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