The remarks have much political significance and certainly seek to corner Congress as the scion of first dynasty of the grand old party - Rahul Gandhi - is all set to take over as the President of the Congress party. "It is because the size of the party has grown, making it hard to give intense training and communicate", he said. He said both the ruling party and the media may have expectations as well complaints from each other but they have to get along happily amid these differences.
Asserting that the BJP, which will be completing three years in office, is a bigger party in Maharashtra now, Mr Fadnavis said the Sena, which did not support the government when it was dealing with the agrarian crisis and the anganwadi workers' strike, "conveniently acts as both, the ruling and Opposition party".
All in all, it looked as though those in attendance had a good time. President Trump tried consoling a startled child, whom another young trick-or-treater identified as Japanese, as the group took a photo together. "Don't answer. That can only get me in trouble, that question". You have wonderful parents, right?' Trump then pointed one finger at himself. "I wouldn't say you did very well here".
Forecast tracks of Eighteen carry it over Cuba on Saturday, with the center of circulation likely to pass just to the south of the Florida Peninsula in a general northeastern track. If the storm strengthens, it would be given the name Philippe. The storm is now located about 170 miles south-southwest of Havana, Cuba, and is already bringing heavy rains to the island and as far north as Florida Keys.
This new report confirms unequivocally what the United States and many in the global community have stated publicly for many months - that the Assad regime carried out the heinous April 4 attack killing approximately 100 innocent Syrian civilians, including many children, and injuring hundreds more.
The 44th U.S. president, who served as a senior lecturer at the Chicago Law School prior to his election, is registered to vote in Chicago . Obama is not the first former president to receive a notice for jury duty. "It's crucial that our society get the benefit of that kind of commitment". Former president George W Bush showed up for jury duty in Dallas, Texas in 2015.