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There is a speculation that Sonia Gandhi could skip the elections this time, and in her place, Ms Vadra, could jump into the fray.
24-year-old Bajrang was rattled by the 19-year old Otoguro, who consistently attacked the left leg of Indian and emerged a comfortable 16-9 winner.
Caroline Wozniacki's easy 6-2, 6-4 triumph in Singapore was sweet revenge for Pliskova, who lost to Wozniacki in the semis at last year's WTA Finals.
The second stronger quake occurred 122 miles southwest of the same town more than half an hour later, at 11:16 pm.
Subramanian Swamy said that an action should be taken against those who gave the permission to install a Ravana effigy near the accident spot.
Swaraj had explained India's strategy on India and has said Sri Lanka could also follow the process and promised further information.
Near-daily protests along the border since March 30 against Israel's crippling 11-year blockade of the impoverished enclave have sparked repeated clashes with the army.
The official said the investigation of the case was in final stages and it would soon file a chargesheet in the court.
The Kudumbashree matrimonial service is sure to give a stiff competition to the age-old monopoly of private matchmakers.
Two years into the launch of www.kudumbashreematrimonial.com, more than 5,000 people have registered with it.
The only Indian to be seeded at this championship, Bajrang will compete on the second day of the championship on Sunday.
Tamil Nadu Governor Banwarilal Purohit should cancel dismissal orders of MSU staff: PMK founder S Ramadoss
PMK founder S Ramadoss said Governor Banwarilal Purohit should intervene as he was the Chancellor of the University.
Spokesperson in the Ministry of External Affairs Raveesh Kumar said India has already conveyed to the US about its position on the matter.
The consulate had for years served as a de facto embassy to the Palestinians but will now be known as the Palestinian Affairs Unit of the embassy.
In Lucknow, opposition parties and Muslim leaders said Bhagwat's call was meant to serve political interests.