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Sharad S Pawar joins Shiv Sena

Sharad S Pawar's Shiv Sena Office
Sharad S Pawar's Shiv Sena Office

Ex Corporator and President of the Chandivali Taluka Shri Sharad S Pawar announced his association with Shiv Sena and inaugurated his new Party office named 'Vikasgad' on Tuesday, June 07,2016. Maharashtra’s Cabinet Minister of Environment Shri Ramdas Kadam, MLA from Kalina Vidhan Sabha Shri Sanjay Potnis and Shiv Sena leader Shri Adesh Bandekar too were present to grace the occasion and congratulated Pawar on this move.


Taiwan Congratulated by Hindu Group for Electing First Woman President

English: Tsai Ing-wen, the chairperson of the ...

Tsai Ing-wen (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hindus have commended Taiwan for electing its first female President.


Lord Hanuman on Hold at Arkansas State Capitol

English: Arkansas Little Rock Nine Civil Right...

English: Arkansas Little Rock Nine Civil Rights Memorial on the capitol grounds in Little Rock (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Arkansas State Capitol Arts and Grounds Commission seems to be still waiting for more submissions for monuments/memorials in Arkansas State Capitol premises in Little Rock.


Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Party eyes Mumbai BMC polls after success in Gujarat

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Dilip Patel, Jigarkumar Kothia, Ravindra Sondagar, Kalpeshbhai Parekh of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Party

Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Party's National Vice- President Kalpeshbhai Parekh, Gujrat President Jigarkumar Kothia,Gujarat sangathan mahamantri Ravindra Sondagar , Gujarat Media Prabhari & Pravakta Dilipbhai Patel and other party functionaries have worked hard during the Gujarat Mahanagarpalika elections in November 2015, resulting in bagging 2 seats from Jamnagar ward no.7.



ADB Grants $1.2 Billion to Support Afghanistan’s Energy Security

Kabul, Afghanistan at Night
Afghanistan has seen energy demand grow by almost twice its economic growth rate from 2005 to 2012. Kabul.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved $1.2 billion in grants to reinforce ongoing energy projects in Afghanistan and to provide new funds to boost energy supply, improve power sector efficiency, and promote cross border trade in energy.



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