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Shreerama stand with @BJPGovt @Shreerama 17 Sep 2019 At 10:27 AM

Not a single bullet fired, no life lost in J&K since Aug 5: Centre

Recently the Solicitor general Tushar Mehta, while answering the court of the situation in J&K said, "Not a single bullet has been fired, there has been no loss of life." The Centre's reply came after the court asked the Centre and the J&K government to restore normalcy in the state as soon as possible. Apex court bench also directed to the Centre for the smooth functioning of schools, hospitals and public transport, informed the media reports. Src: https://bit.ly/2mi7tiJ

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Shreerama stand with @SharadPawar @Shreerama 17 Sep 2019 At 10:29 AM

They are cowards: Pawar on those quitting the NCP

Recently the NCP chief Sharad Pawar slammed those who are leaving the NCP to join the BJP. Pawar said, "They are cowards...People of Maharashtra will take care of such people in the elections." Taking it further, he said that "there are some people who have lost their self-respect and switched over to the BJP. I think people will show them their place in the Assembly polls.” His remark came after senior NCP leader Udayanraje Bhonsle quit the party and joined the BJP recently. Src: https://bit.ly/2mf5uM1

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Shreerama reacted Great @Shreerama 17 Sep 2019 At 10:29 AM

Hyderabad: The college that asked girls to wear long Kurtis withdraws dress code

Recently St.Francis Women’s College situated in Hyderabad has finally lifted their dress code of knee-length Kurtis for college. One of the students ecstatically shared her views, "We are now allowed to dress as per the undertaking which allows us to wear clothes except mini-skirts and crop tops." The dress code, which was brought into force from August 1, made it mandatory for the students to wear knee-length Kurtis, but after the protest initiated by students, the college management has taken back their decision. Src: https://bit.ly/2ml2VZ3


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Shreerama stand with @ShaktikantaDas @Shreerama 17 Sep 2019 At 10:29 AM

5% GDP growth a surprise, much worse than predictions: RBI Governor Das

Recently the Reserve Bank of India’s Governor Shaktikanta Das has shown his concerns about the current economic meltdown which the country is facing. Das has said, “We (the RBI) predicted growth at 5.8 per cent. Nobody predicted less than 5.5 per cent. The number came as a surprise, worse than all predictions." He also added that the economy could recover following the measures undertaken by the government. Src: https://bit.ly/2kN8hfb

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