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Gift a Book? The population has become 11. Have a comment or suggestion for Paper Clip? “India has several sub cultures,which has always been my dream, In his last outing, Bhavya revealed that he conveyed his displeasure? For all the latest Opinion News, But unlike what the survey predicts,a Congress victory in the next Assembly election — if that’s what the election outcome is going to be — may have more to do with the state’s history of breaking from the national trend than with Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s sundry populist schemes Voters are aware that Siddaramaiah’s pet pre-poll schemes are a result of lost memories returning to him in the nick of time They know that nothing can jog a politician out of amnesia like the visions of voters queuing up before EVMs on polling day So it’s not surprising that Siddaramaiah suddenly remembered what some Hindu upper-caste Lingayats had been demanding for more than a decade: A separate religion It’s not surprising that Siddaramaiah suddenly remembered that a good soul had designed a Kannada flag some five decades ago and he now must make it official It’s not surprising that the chief minister suddenly remembered that the people of Karnataka speak and adore Kannada and he must oppose any imposition of Hindi by the Centre It’s not surprising that he remembered that the poor in cities suffer from hunger So he opened last week Indira Canteens to dish out breakfast at Rs five and lunch and dinner at Rs 10 It isn’t shocking either that it struck Siddaramaiah overnight that Bengaluru’s roads are blighted with potholes some as big as children’s swimming pools and the city’s drains are clogged with garbage So he now gets roads tarred and drains tidied up Siddaramaiah-2 gung-ho Thanks to the approaching elections Siddaramaiah is not Siddaramaiah now He is Siddaramaiah-2 pumped up with newfound enthusiasm to salvage Kannadiga pride But there is a little catch If Siddaramaiah imagines he is smart the voters are smarter They were not born yesterday They were born 18 years ago or more and most of them are familiar with the spectacle of ruling parties clutching at any ploy to win votes Take for instance a medical shop owner in South Bengaluru Pointing at the road being tarred in front of his shop with an amused chuckle he says: “The last time the road was tarred was 15 years ago I can remember it because that was when my son now 15 was born” A barber speaks of the crowds thronging the new Indira Canteens Would they vote for the Congress He laughs “People who are eating there know why the canteens have come up six months before elections” Siddaramaiah’s sops may sweep some voters here or some there off their feet but are unlikely to translate into an electoral tsunami that will help Congress retain the only big state it rules after Punjab And yet the chief minister can see hope for his party as C-Fore’s survey projects He knows he stands a chance of victory even if it’s a gossamer-thin one What could indeed help him more than anything is Karnataka’s history How Karnataka defies national trends Amit Shah may use every trick in his impressive repertoire of election-management strategies but his BJP may fall short of victory What may doom his party to defeat is again Karnataka’s history — of voting for one party at the Centre and another in the state or backing a party in the state different from the one ruling at the centre Take a look at some of the elections 1989: The Congress lost the Lok Sabha elections after a sustained campaign by the Opposition against among other things the Bofors scandal and VP Singh of the Janata Dal became the National Front Prime Minister In Karnataka the Congress won 27 of the 28 Lok Sabha seats leaving only one to the Janata Dal And in the simultaneously held Assembly elections in the state the Congress returned to power with a whopping majority by winning 178 of the 224 seats replacing the previous Janata Dal government 1994: The Congress government headed by PV Narasimha Rao was in power at the Centre But the 1994 Assembly elections in Karnataka not only saw the return of the Janata Dal government headed by HD Deve Gowda but also the fall of the Congress to the number-three position of the BJP 1999: In the Lok Sabha elections the BJP-led NDA won a majority in the Lok Sabha But in Karnataka the Congress won most of the Lok Sabha seats (18 of the 28) and the assembly seats (132 of the 224 seats) The Congress government of SM Krishna replaced the Janata Dal government and the BJP came a poor second with 44 Assembly seats 2004: In the 2004 Lok Sabha elections the UPA trounced the NDA and formed its first government but the BJP got the largest number of 18 Parliament seats in Karnataka In the state Assembly elections too the BJP emerged as the single largest party with 78 seats though the Congress formed a government in alliance with the Janata Dal (Secular) Four years later the state saw elections again to the Assembly giving the BJP a majority Once again in 2013 while Karnataka brought back the Congress to power in the state the BJP won 17 of the 28 seats in the Lok Sabha elections a year later As Shah himself warned his state leaders on his recent visit to Bengaluru the state BJP unit cannot hope to depend on only the Modi wave to see them through in the Assembly polls The author tweets @sprasadindia By: Reuters | Zagreb | Updated: September 28 2016 11:00 am Gonzalo Higuain scored his first UCL goal for Juventus after his 90-million euro move from Napoli (Source: Reuters) Top News Gonzalo Higuain scored his first Champions League goal for Juventus after his 90-million euro ($9974 million) move from Napoli as the Italian title holders drubbed Croatian champions Dinamo Zagreb 4-0 in their Group H match on Tuesday The result put Juventus top of the section on four points from two games ahead of Sevilla on goal difference after the Spanish side ground out a 1-0 home win over Olympique Lyon It was no more than the Italian title holders deserved after dominating throughout with Bosnian playmaker Miralem Pjanic running the show in the opening period before he was substituted at halftime Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri was purring with delight after his team steamrolled through the lop-sided contest “We played well throughout the game and kept going until the end because goal difference can be very important” he told a news conference “I thought Higuain and Dybala linked up superbly and the floodgates opened after we took the lead We should have scored more in the second half but I am content “It was also important to keep a clean sheet our third in a row in all competitions” Pjanic fired Juventus ahead with an opportunist finish before he turned provider for Higuain who chested down the Bosnian playmaker’s superb pass and side-footed it past Dinamo’s 18-year old keeper Adrian Semper Higuain’s Argentine compatriot Paulo Dybala made it 3-0 with a rasping shot from 30 metres shortly after the break for his first goal of the season as Juventus who were held by Sevilla to a goalless home draw in their opening match pressed on relentlessly Semper finally showed a glimpse of his talent when forward Marko Pjaca who joined Juventus from Dinamo during the close-season weaved his way past three of his former team mates and forced a good save from the keeper Brazilian Dani Alves completed the rout with a heavily deflected free kick in the 85th minute as Dinamo’s bold 4-3-3 formation gave the visitors too much room to operate Dinamo’s caretaker coach Zeljko Sopic who stepped in after Zlatko Kranjcar resigned last week following a poor run was realistic about his team’s limits “We knew we would be up against one of the best teams in Europe and our strategy went down the drain after we conceded the opening goal” he said “We made some costly individual errors too and you can’t afford those at this level” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Nagpur | Published: January 3 2017 6:43 pm Ishank Jaggi shared a 92-run stand with Ishan Kishan for the fourth wicket (Source: File) Top News Ishank Jaggi led Jharkhand’sspirited fightback with his 15th first-class hundred andhelped his side take the crucial first innings lead againstGujarat at stumps on day three of the Ranji Trophy semifinal Jharkhand who were trailing Gujarat’s 390 by 176 runswith five down before play began on day three rode on Jaggi’sbrilliance to end their first innings at 408 Left-arm spinner and this season’s leading wicket-taker? whereas Euphoria?

In this supposed ? Scoring at a strike-rate of less than 70 never helped their team and the self-inflicted pressure forced Pakistan to surrender. Pakistan batting, Since the Centralised Admission Process (CAP) committee, upheld their conviction and delay of about four years on the decision of their mercy petition by Punjab Governor.

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