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He wouldn’t be eligible for parole for 77. with advice from Curiosity project leaders, if I have a party ticket or post, my brother sister mother brother-in-law etc cannot be eligible for a ticket or post We are not into some family business are we" his letter read However Shehzad’s brother Tehseen refused to be associated with his comments I really don’t know why Shehzad did this its very surprising he did not discuss this at all with the family Washing dirty linen in public is wrong We now have nothing to do with him I publicly say this: Tehseen Poonawalla pictwittercom/qYuWirxHdF — ANI (@ANI) November 30 2017 With inputs from PTI Madrid: Wales winger Gareth Bale returned to training on Friday offering misfiring Real Madrid a timely boost Zinedine Zidane’s European and Spanish champions have lost two in a row following up last weekend’s La Liga reverse at minnows Girona with being comprehensively outplayed by Tottenham in the Champions League on Wednesday File image of Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale during training Reuters "The big news is the return to the squad of Gareth Bale who completed the whole training session with his team-mates" said Real on their website The 28-year-old had been out since the end of September with a calf injury Real could also see France centre-back Raphael Varane and Spain full-back Dani Carvajal return to the fold after they partially took part in training Varane has had a groin problem while Carvajal was suffering from a virus Real’s next match is a Liga encounter at home to Las Palmas on Sunday night BS Yeddyurappa could not have asked for a better birthday present for himself Not only did he have Prime Minister Narendra Modi by his side on Tuesday when he turned 75 the BJP leader also got an assurance from the party leadership that he will be chief minister of Karnataka for a full five-year term if BJP comes to power this May The announcement is significant because 75 is the unofficial cut-off age for ministers in BJP both at the Centre and in the states where the party is in power to call it a day Union ministers Najma Heptulla and Kalraj Mishra stepped down after crossing the age limit Veterans like LK Advani and MM Joshi were asked to take membership of the Margdarshak Mandal Anandibehn Patel in Gujarat resigned three months before the D-day citing the age factor Narendra Modi and BS Yeddyurappa at Davanagere PTI So is Yeddyurappa going to be a one-off case or is a precedent being set within BJP More importantly does the decision to give Yeddyurappa a five-year lifeline of political office suggest that BJP has no leadership options in Karnataka barring the former chief minister of the state Or is the move aimed at placating BSY to tell him he will not be shortchanged at the victory post At another level the move seems to imply an effort to compensate Yeddyurappa for the manner in which the Advani-influenced BJP in 2011 virtually abandoned him forcing him to resign as chief minister When Yeddyurappa subsequently quit the party to float his own Karnataka Janata Paksha (KJP) he pointed out that when he had resigned he had been assured by then BJP president Nitin Gadkari that he would be reinstated in the post soon "The promises proved false Advani had the intention to place Anant Kumar in the chief minister’s post The leaders of my own party leveled baseless charges against me" Yeddyurappa had said Though Yeddyurappa has been projected as the chief ministerial face of BJP in Karnataka a whisper campaign about several ifs and buts have been doing the rounds The most prominent of them being the number of candles on his birthday cake The Lingayat community the largest in Karnataka at 17 percent of the population was apprehensive that BJP will dump him after securing the votes in his name Yeddyurappa is seen as the tallest leader in the community and ensures that the Lingayats rally behind BJP This move to publicly back him is to assuage the doubts among the Lingayats "Strategically BJP obviously can’t say that he (Yeddyurappa) will be the chief minister only for a year or two It is quite possible that after the 2019 Lok Sabha Election Yeddyurappa may be asked to hand over the baton to a leader of his choice But if BJP wins now it would be a great betrayal if someone else is made the chief minister" says political analyst Hemantha Kumar It is also meant to send a message to other leaders in the top-heavy Karnataka BJP Over the past few months with the likes of a rabble-rousing Union minister Hegde gaining traction the Yeddyurappa camp was feeling a bit insecure BSY tried to establish his credentials as the state boss when he made it clear that he did not approve of the communally incendiary remarks made by Hegde and ensured he was ticked off Hegde has been a repeat offender making several provocative statements including saying "Until we uproot Islam we cannot remove terrorism" The flip side is that these divisive remarks have helped him gain more traction in communally sensitive coastal Karnataka region Though it may seem like BJP has a problem of plenty BSY remains the only leader with a pan-Karnataka appeal And therefore strictly enforcing the 75-year-rule may prove counterproductive "The situation now is such that if BJP wins the credit will go to Modi’s charm and Amit Shah’s election management But Yeddyurappa will be the fall guy if BJP loses" points out political analyst Sugata Raju BJP’s critics also point out that the Yeddyurappa of 2018 is not the Yeddyurappa of 2008 His body language with Yogi Adityanath during the Parivartana Yatra where it was obvious who was the boss did not show the Karnataka strongman in a flattering light Then his tweets alleging Rahul Gandhi ate chicken before visiting a temple in Koppal did not behove well for a leader of his stature The attack could have been mounted by a junior functionary of the BJP However Kumar disagrees "On the contrary Yeddyurappa is far stronger now" says Kumar "In 2008 Yeddyurappa only harped on the betrayal by HD Kumaraswamy to get votes But today he is going to the people as the numero uno leader of the Lingayats Two ten years ago BJP High command was not strong But today both Modi and Shah are backing him because a lot is at stake for them too" The Davangere public meeting this week saw BJP pushing the Yeddyurappa card making a connection between the Karnataka elections and the Lok Sabha polls next year BSY in 2018 NaMo in 2019 is the war cry asking the people to vote for new Karnataka and new India It turned out to be the proverbial much ado about nothing as the newly installed Manohar Parrikar-led coalition government in Goa cleared the floor test ordered by the Supreme Court on Tuesday Parrikar government got support of 22 out of 40 members of the Assembly While rebel Congress legislator Vishwajit Rane walked out of the House and did not vote pro-tem speaker Sidharth Kuncalienkar was not required to cast his vote as per the parliamentary tradition in which the presiding officer casts vote only in case of a tie Besides the three members each of the Goa Forward party and Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party (MGP) who stood by BJP leader Parrikar all three Independent legislators and the lone Nationalist Congress Party leader Churchill Alemao also voted for the government Alemao and Independent Prasad Gaonkar were not among those who had initially announced their support to BJP’s bid to form the government following the election of a hung assembly File photo of Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar PTI The Congress party continues to make a mockery of itself after fritting away the opportunity of dislodging BJP from power after winning 17 seats and emerging as the single largest party The faction-ridden Congress party took two days to name its legislative party leader before Chandrakant Kavlekar emerged as a compromise candidate of all four factions By then it was too late as BJP armed with letters of support had staked claim to form the government and procured the gubernatorial invite too The Congress party’s bid to stall the swearing-in ceremony of Parrikar government also came to naught as the Supreme Court dismissed its petition on Tuesday while instructing the Parrikar government to prove its majority within two days That the Congress party lives in a dream world was reflected when its general secretary in-charge for Goa Digvijaya Singh claimed that the Parrikar government will enjoy power for merely two days The party unnecessarily questioned the appointment of BJP legislator Sidharth Kuncalienker as the pro-tem speaker whose only job was to conduct the oath-taking ceremony of newly elected legislators and preside over the floor test While traditionally the senior-most member of the House is named as the pro-tem speaker Parrikar government was within its right to name Kuncalienker for the post in the absence of any such rule Anyway the pro-tem speaker’s role could have become crucial only in case of a tie but as it turned out Parrikar government received the majority vote without any hiccup Even as the newly elected legislators were trooping in for the crucial floor test the Congress party leaders were engaged in a futile bid to woo GF and MGP to vote against their own government in which all three GF and two out of three MGP legislators are Cabinet ministers The party was totally aloof to the storm brewing up inside Vishwajit Rane the MLA from Valpoi took oath as the legislator and walked out without voting Later he announced his resignation from the Congress party and claimed that three other legislators too wanted to boycott the floor test but he asked them not to do so The Rane-led rebellion may witness a vertical split in the Congress party robbing whatever chances it may have been nurturing of dislodging the BJP from power anytime soon as those three may join hands with Rane Jennifer Monserrate the lone Congress party woman legislator from Taleigao constituency has already spoken out against the party leadership and is supposed to be the one who may walk out of the Congress party Rane has not yet announced his future plan of action though chances of him floating a regional party or joining hands with the BJP cannot be ruled out Rane junior while claiming he would return to the assembly with increased votes charged Singh of behaving like just yet another tourist in Goa Singh is being seen as the villain in the story since instead of trying to bring all factions together he seems to have created more frictions within the party While the Congress party continues to cry hoarse accusing BJP of indulging in horse-trading and spending crores of rupees to win the support of the two regional parties and three Independents they claim that they decided to join hands with the BJP in Goa’s interest as Parrikar was capable of getting more central grants for the state’s speedy development Given Goa’s history of unpredictable behaviour of politician it would be a real challenge for Parrikar to carry on the coalition for the entire five-year tenure But for the time being Congress party will have to sit in the Opposition fretting over the lost opportunity Soon after passing the floor test Chief Minister Parrikar said that the first meeting of his Cabinet would take place on Friday and that all partners in power would soon work out the common minimum programme that would guide his government Allocation of portfolios would be finalised on Friday and officially announced on Saturday since Goa Governor Mridula Sinha is scheduled to be out of Goa on Friday resign from the? including tapeworms. the new startup of website builder Squarespace’s ex-CEO Dane Atkinson shares employee salaries within the company. 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