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His main source of income was his salary of Rs 11,706, the last of which he received on March 8. Surprisingly, on May 21, Bahadur deposited the first installment, Rs 13.34 crore, of the annual Rs 26.51 crore fee he is supposed to pay to mine at the Saidpur Khurd site in Nawanshahr, Punjab. Bahadur, a resident of Bilari in Moradabad, has kept his phone switched off ever since the controversy hit the headlines. Gurjit, who owns a sugar distillery in Tarn Taran, is the richest MLA of Punjab's current assembly, with a declared wealth of Rs 169 crore.The Amarinder Singh government had auctioned rights to 102 mining sites through progressive bidding and earned Rs 1,026 crore. Gurjit has so far maintained that he does not directly or indirectly have a stake in the mining business and that Bahadur had quit the company when he sought mining rights."There are thousands of employees who have worked with me and left from time to time and I cannot be held accountable for what they do after leaving my companies," Gurjit said.
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Grande in her statement said she has been focused "non-stop" on the victims and that "I will think of them with everything I do for the rest of my life". Grande canceled two weeks of concerts, including two shows in London, after the attacks. She flew home on Tuesday after releasing a brief message saying she felt "broken". She plans to resume her "Dangerous Woman" tour in Paris on June 7. Despite the name of her tour and accompanying album, the former television child star turned bubblegum pop singer has rarely triggered controversy. She has only occasionally shared personal views, including criticising double-standards for women in entertainment, voicing support for gay rights and advocating a vegan diet to prevent animal cruelty. Grande is not the only artist who plans a charity gig. Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher, a Manchester native, said he will perform his first-ever solo show on Tuesday to support a Red Cross-backed appeal. — AFP
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As the ratings for Keeping Up With The Kardashians continue to dwindle every week, family momager Kris Jenner has a new plan to jolt her daughters' TV fame back to life: send them into politics! According to an exclusive from Straight Shuter , the famed mother is demanding her daughters follow suit. In an upcoming episode [of KUWTK] you will see Kim attending Planned Parenthood with her camera crew, sources told the publication. “Kris is encouraging all the girls to talk about what is going on in the country and is pushing for at least one of her kids to be a Trump supporter . PHOTOS: Kim’s Hellhole EXPOSED! Inside The Paris Apartment Where Kardashian Was Attacked Kris knows TV, if they all agree it is boring. Kris wants controversy and disagreements and nothing does that more at the moment than talking politics, the insiders added.
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On a foreign swing President Donald Trump and his aides hoped would distance him from a storm of Russia controversy, he has been unable to escape the cloud of suspicion swirling around him and his administration.
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Boehner also tamped down talk of impeachment, calls for which have grown among House Democrats amid the swirling controversy of multiple investigations into the possibility of collusion between the Russian government and individuals with ties to Trump. “Talk of impeachment is the best way to rile up Trump supporters,” Boehner said. “Remember, impeachment is not a legal process; it’s a political process.” The former speaker said the president “did what he could” on legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare, perhaps the president’s most prominent campaign promise, but added Trump should have instead sought to repair his predecessor’s signature healthcare legislation. Talk of tax reform, another legislative priority for Trump and the Republican controlled Congress, is just “happy talk,” Boehner said. “I was a little more optimistic about it early in the year; now my odds are 60/40.
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when is this cat continues to grow or whether shrinks back and other side it's too soon to know when this is a bouncer caused by caused by the events in Manchester or something else continue mentioned densities you turn on their policies concerning older people can the AIDS but who will vote for who in your bowel is it is quite interesting we know that Jeremy Corbyn attract younger voters but they're all sold most upside down from each other all his supporters is the younger voters organ services supported the older version that slightly different we seen in previous elections if you go back to the 2010 for instance the Lib Dems did far better among young voters been in light of various things not least the controversy over tuition fees Lib Dem support among older man younger voters has got back from Mount was it so we now have a situation were younger people sickly.
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the way to spell these things is in terms of three stages of the campaign of the start of the campaign the Conservatives were getting all the moment cinnamon there was talk of a 3/4 majority a landslide victory and the gaps in the polls over around 20% but that really came to an end when that there was all the controversy around social care and and the Conservatives manifesto the you turn on heard of him getting a British General Election before and that hand in momentum over to the Labour Party they are they did well last week 2 to continue to close the gap but I was so the of the awful events in Manchester I suspected meant that moment arm is moved back to the Conservatives it's inevitable in such circumstances the government of the day that gets the attention gets the spotlight because of that because of the circumstances the question now.
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The party-backed tabloid, the Global Times, slammed the movie for celebrating the values of a domineering father, who pushes his two reluctant daughters into wresting as a career choice. The paper said the film has sparked off a major controversy over different aspects of feminism in China, and whether modern day girls should completely reject the values of patriarchal society. But the paper also quoted viewers who had a different viewpoint. "It made me think of my father," the Times quoted one person as saying. "His reticent love for us. I wanted to call him, say nothing, just cry, and cry like a river to release myself from my deep regrets." Cao, a fan who says he has been watching Aamir Kahn’s movies for years said there are not enough films like Dangal in the Chinese market. He said he admires Kahn for his dedication to his profession (how he lost and gained weight) and the effort he put into addressing a social cause through the film.
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what has happened are seeing it as a trigger to carry out their own strikes know we've had all this controversy about the leaking of intelligence are the UK intelligence agencies no resume in the sharing of material with that the American authorities that's right you remember when I spoke to you yesterday and Furious over the weeks in particular those pictures that show what was apparently Fragments of the bomb and parts of a blue rucksack from the seen at Manchester Arena on Monday night now cause that sensitive material that was being shared with the us as part of the sharing agreement that they have no but the fact is it was like to meet you ever seen as a breach of trust that could undermine the investigation salts police here.
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