Polling for Guna Lok Sabha seat is scheduled to be held on Sunday during the sixth phase of the ongoing Lok Sabha polls.
Guna seat since 2002 has been represented by Congress’s Jyotiraditya Scindia, while father Madhavrao Scindia and grandmother Vijaya Raja Scindia had represented the seat before him.
The ICC, on behalf of the Emirates Cricket Board, charged former Lankan bowling coach Zoysa on four counts and Gunawardene on two counts.
The general talk these days, however, veers off to the Kumbh Mela and not the polls, with people recalling how it was efficiently managed by the current BJP government in UP.
Jyotiraditya Scindia, who is also in-charge of the Congress in western Uttar Pradesh, topped the list of 967 candidates.
With this speculation about the possibility of Scindia contesting from any other seat (Gwalior or Indore) have been put to rest.
He is also the author of ‘Begunah Qaidi’, a book on the story of his nine-year incarceration.
Gunasekar recently opened a shelter for intercaste couples fleeing from their homes and he also helps them with the legal aspects of their union
Amidst singing of carols by various choirs, the Bishop offered prayers for the wellbeing of the nation and the State.
Gunashekar had earlier lodged a complaint against Kaushik Reddy following which police on Tuesday registered a case against Kaushik under charges of intent to provoke breach of peace.
According to police, Kaushik Reddy had parked his car in front of Gunasekhar’s shop on Road No 10, Jubilee Hills and hours later returned to take his car.
Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne, dressed in full military regalia, appeared at the Colombo Fort magistrate flanked by supporters and serving navy officers.
Karunaratne, dropped at slip by captain Joe Root off Stuart Broad early in his innings, was unbeaten on 81 with Kusal Mendis not out 6.
Relatives of the missing Tamil people allege that the Lankan state - particularly its army, navy and police - were behind most of the disappearances.
Acting tough against a number of politicians for disregarding its directives, the court issued the order against Joshi as she had failed to appear before it.