But he became a great Saint and revealed certain truths which nobody ever told. There are also other attractions to see in the city, like the two UNESCO World Heritage destinations. Our Agong, after retirement went for a round-the-world cruise.
According to many, there are many reasons of the decline of the party’s fortunes. Leadership seems to be the main reason. Mr Atal Behari Vajpayee has gone off the scene as old age has caught him and his frail health does not permit him to lead the party and the nation. Mr Lal Krishna Advani, the next in line to Mr Vajpayee, could not lead the party to the victory and it lost miserably in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections.
As soon as he got a little big — 4 or 5 — he had an interest in cricket. Apart from cricket in school he played other sports too. He played badminton for the school team. He was good. But did not represent the school. Actually it began with football. He was a goalkeeper.
Naturally amidst state-wide celebrations BJP with the ‘connivance’ of a few independants formed a govt led by B.S.Yedyurappa – the first BJP goovt. in Southern India. Governance after all is not at all a smooth affair each political party is very well aware of it and naturally Yeddyurappa had to slug it out several times to cool the rising tempers and stave off threats of resignation giving him sleepless nights. And now he is caught in or got embroiled in such a piquant situation.
We insured waiver of farm loans. We said that the farmers form the backbone of the country. I promised to the country, to the farmers and ensured that their vicious loans are written off. This benefit to the farmers was accorded across the length and breadth of the country. We made certain that these benefits should reach you, reach the farmers of Bihar too.
2006: as the year starts to wind down, India is just two years short of inaugurating a network of roads that is 14,000 miles long and that will completely change the infrastructure of the country. The big cities of Calcutta, Madras, Bombay and Dehli will be linked together that no one could ever have thought possible. And what’s more – on these new roads will be cars. Lots and lots of cars. An estimated 600 autos for every 1000 people. In the next 25 years it’s projected that more cars will be sold in India than in the countries entire history. By the year 2030, India will be the third largest market in the world, tucked closely behind China and the United States.
18 MLAs among the four are independants quite unexpectedly to the shock of the Yogi Adityanath and to the National leadership have reportedly tendered letters of withdrawal of support to the Governor H.R.Bharadwaj incidentally he was former Congress man and former Union Minister and have fled the city – first to Chennai and when spotted there by the Reddy brothers industrial tycoons and Ministers of Karnataka, evading them flew to Kochi and when media people and irate BJP followers espied on them fled to Mumbai and the journey might end in Goa, even America. (The journey actually ended in Goa as per the latest reports) At whose expense these fellows are shuttling in between various cities, I don’t know.
The next day it was front-page in all the dailies: “Tunku speaks fluent Thai,” together with the comment that Tunku also pointed out Malaysian journalist Kim Gooi who was jailed in Burma whom he knows.
Another traditional dish of Purim known as Kreplach is a type of dumpling filled with cooked meat, chicken or liver. It is preserved in soups. A confectionary termed as Aranygaluska is also eaten on the occasion of Purim. This refers to balls of dough which are fried and are enjoyed along with vanilla custard. Another foodstuff relished on Purim is a distinctive bread. Moroccan Jews call Purim bread as Ojos de Haman which refers to Haman’s Eyes and make it in the shape of Haman’s head and create its eyes using eggs protruded out to signify Haman’s death. Jews in Poland prepare a Purim challah containing raisins. This is baked with a long twisting coil and is sprinkled using multicolored candies to signify the joyful nature of the festivity.