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हमें टिप्पणी अनुभाग में बताएं कि आपके अनुसार कौन जीतने जा रहा है
The Rahstriya Swayamsevak Sangh on Friday said Hindus were feeling ‘insulted’ by the Supreme Court’s declaration that the Ayodhya issue is not a priority and insisted that an ordinance would be needed if all options run out.
After a three-day RSS conclave in Uttan in Maharashtra, its general secretary Bhaiyyaji Joshi said the organisation ‘will not hesitate to launch an agitation for Ram temple, if needed, but since the matter is in the Supreme Court, there are restrictions’.
He said the RSS was ‘not putting pressure’ on the government as ‘we respect the law and the Constitution which is why there has been delay’.
He said the Ram temple issue was among the various matters discussed when Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah met RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat in Uttan earlier in the day.
“We respect the Supreme Court and urge it to take into consideration sentiments of hindus,” Joshi said while addressing a press conference after the National Executive meeting of the RSS here on the outskirts of Mumbai.
“The wait for the (Supreme) court’s verdict has been too long. Since the matter was listed on October 29, we felt Hindus would get good news before Diwali. But the Supreme Court deferred the hearing,” he said.
The Supreme Court on October 29 fixed the Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land dispute case for the first week of January before an ‘appropriate bench’, which will decide the schedule of hearing.
“We have our own priorities. Whether the matter will be heard in January, February or March, the appropriate bench will decide,” a three-judge bench, headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, had said while deferring the matter.
Commenting on this, Joshi said, ‘it is a matter of pain and anguish that an issue which Hindus consider their faith and sentiment is not in the priority list of the court… Hindus are feeling insulted’.
He said sensitive issues like this should be prioritised and that delay in giving verdict is not good.
“The Supreme Court should respect hindu sentiments and we respect the apex court,” he said.
The RSS expected the court to decide on the issue, ‘taking into consideration the sentiments of the Hindu community’, Joshi said.
The RSS leader said a legal sanction is required to pave way for construction of the temple. When asked about the demand for an ordinance, he said it is the right of those asking for it.
“The government should consider this option if all other options run out… it is up to the government,” Joshi said.
At the same time, he added, “Unless the Supreme Court takes a decision on the title suit, it is difficult for the government to take any decision.”
Joshi was asked if the RSS was putting pressure on the government and why the temple issue was not being decided by the government since it has a majority.
“We are not putting pressure. But we will build consensus. We respect the law and the constitution which is why there has been delay,” he added.
To a query about Congress president Rahul Gandhi questioning the Hindutva of RSS, Joshi said he should not be taken seriously.
On the issue of the Supreme Court seeking Rafale deal papers, the RSS leader said it is up to the government to take a call.
Speaking on the Sabarimala controversy, Joshi said the RSS supports the demand for restriction on women’s entry into the temple.
“We don’t support discrimination against women at Hindu places of worship, but some temples have certain restrictions and people may think it is against their rights. One has to consider rules of the temple as people’s faith is supreme, he said.
“The society doesn’t function always on laws but also on beliefs and faith. There should have been discussions with all stakeholders before the Sabrimala verdict,” he said.
On the conclave, he said the meet deliberated on various organisational matters and a structure plan for water conservation and environment protection will soon be put in place.
Ola will now be making profit on its every ride after taking into account expenses such as driver incentives and customer discounts in the home ground. The firm will be becoming ENTR (effective net take rate) positive. ENTR is an important metric for ride-hailing companies. Take rate is the commission charged by companies from their drivers and ENTR is the tax rate after removing costs such as discounts per ride. The firm is aiming to be profitable this year.
MS Dhoni has been one of the best leaders in the history of the game. He debuted in 2004 and soon enhanced his reputation as a hard hitting batsman.
When he was given the leadership in 2007 on Tendulkar’s recommendation, many had raised their eyebrows, asserting he wouldn’t be a long term option. But the way he led the team in the World T20 2007 with calmness by making some decisive decisions, convinced everyone that the selectors had got their call right.
#1 Not dropping Kohli from the Test Side–
There was hardly any doubt about Kohli’s prowess in ODIs. Kohli had scored quite a few centuries before the 2011 World Cup and established himself as a number 4 in the strong Indian batting line up. But he did not have a good start in Test cricket. When Kohli debuted against the West Indies in 2011, he was clearly troubled by the short delivery and struggled against the moving ball.
When he failed in a couple of matches in Australia, the team management wanted to drop Kohli. MS Dhoni, looking into the future selected Kohli for the next match in Perth and he responded with a responsible 44 and 75. He scored his maiden Test century in the next Test in Adelaide and repaid the faith of his captain.
#2 Making Rohit Sharma an opener in the shortest formats-
Rohit Sharma was always the talented one. It was evident in the way he timed the ball in the 2007 World T20. Inspite of having this outstanding ability, he somehow couldn’t cement his place in the Indian team. He was always in and out of the team due to his inconsistent performances.This didn’t deter MS Dhoni from selecting him time and again and giving him opportunities to prove himself at the highest level.
2013 Champions Trophy became a turning point in Rohit’s career when he was asked to open. Before the tournament, he did not have success as an opener in the couple of warm up games. When people felt Murali Vijay would open with Shikhar Dhawan, Dhoni threw up a surprise by asking Rohit to open with Shikhar and the duo added 127 versus South Africa in the tournament opener and as they say the rest is history.
#3 Selecting Ravichandran Ashwin in the Test Side
Ravi Ashwin came into the scene with the IPL and was always considered as an X-factor in the CSK team. Some consistent performances in the IPL, got him into the Indian side and he tasted success against New Zealand in 2010, which made captain Gautam Gambhir to say that he was one of the finds of the series.
Harbhajan was still the senior spinner in the team and he always had his injury problems. This prompted Dhoni to select Ashwin in the Test side and he had a dream debut picking 9 wickets against West Indies and capped off the series with a century in Wankhede. He even won the Man of the Series for his efforts. This convinced Dhoni about his abilities after which he started sidelining Harbhajan.
In this post, we will share top hashtags to grow your photography account across three categories. In the following posts, we will talk about hashtags for other categories as well.
Generic Photography Hashtags
Here are some of the most popular photography hashtags on Instagram, which are great if you’re starting to build your following as a photographer on the app. However, it’s worth noting that these hashtags are exceedingly popular and therefore competition is high! We’d recommend using a few of these to increase your reach, alongside more specific relevant hashtags to the context of the photo!
#JustGoShoot #InstaGood #InstaPhoto #PicOfTheDay #PhotoOfTheDay #Photogram #Capture #Photography #iPhoneography #Camera #Composition #Photoshop #Instadaily #Igers #Cityscape #HDR #HDRspotters #Instafocus #IGworldclub #Visuals #Aesthetics #ThroughTheLens #Snapshot #Exposure #Moment
Portrait Photography Hashtags
If portrait photography is your speciality, there’s no point hashtagging anything to do with landscapes on your Instagram profile. Keep it highly relevant with these portrait photography hashtags…
#PortraitPerfection #Portrait_Society #IGPortrait #Portraiture #PortraitOfTheDay #WithHumans #SelfPortrait #Portrait_Mood #InstaPortrait #PostMorePortraits #Portrait_Shots #PursuitOfPortrait #PortraitPage #PortraitSociety #RSA_Portraits #DiscoverPortrait #TangledInFilm
Landscape Photography Hashtags
For the lovers of the great outdoors! Instagram is such a great place for landscape and scenic photography. Make sure your shots get the reach they deserve with these high-engagement hashtags…
#LandscapeLovers #BeautifulLandscape #Viewpoint #NakedPlanet #LandscapeHunter #Sky_Captures #ScenicView #Cloudscape #SkyScape #Mountains #LandscapeShot #Landscape_Specialist #Splendid_Earth #Outdoors #Earthpix #DiscoverLandscape #AwesomeGlobe #IGRefined #Earthescope
When hashtagging on Instagram, it’s important not to overload your captions with hashtags that aren’t relevant to the photo, as this could result in you getting shadow-banned. The trick is to use a mixture of popular/generic photography hashtags and specific/niche photography hashtags to give you the best reach! Just make sure they are always relevant to the contents of the post
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu and Congress president Rahul Gandhi set aside their bitter history for their first proper meeting today in Delhi, after which Mr Naidu declared that it was a “democratic compulsion” to join hands in order to take on the ruling BJP in the 2019 national election. “We have a past,” agreed Rahul Gandhi, fielding questions in a joint press meet with Mr Naidu outside his heavily protected Tughlaq Lane home.
“We have decided to put that past behind. The idea is to defeat the BJP. Both of us agreed that we are not going to talk about our past and talk about our future,” the Congress president said.
Mr Naidu’s Telugu Desam Party (TDP) has been extremely upset with the 2014 bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh on Congress watch.
But their rivalry dates back to over three decades ago, when the TDP was founded by Mr Naidu’s father-in-law NT Rama Rao, one of Andhra’s most charismatic politicians, with the single purpose of defeating the Congress. He did achieve that and became the first non-Congress chief minister of Andhra Pradesh in 1983.
In the late 1990s, the TDP contested state elections in alliance with Left parties and in 1999, 2004 and 2014, it was the BJP. In 2009, the TDP was with the Telangana Rashtra Samiti against the Congress.
Today, Mr Naidu was seen gifting the Congress president a pink silk stole and a miniature of a Veena.
“We have to save the nation, our democracy. We discussed with Rahulji. We agree in principle. It is a democratic compulsion. We want to organise everybody, have a common platform,” Mr Naidu said.
Since the division of Andhra Pradesh, the TDP is hardly a presence in Telangana – where K Chandrasekhara Rao’s Telangana Rashtra Samiti is the ruling party – and the Congress is almost decimated in Andhra. It makes perfect sense for the two parties to come together for mutual benefit.
For the Congress, it is a boost after its failure to seal an alliance with Mayawati in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, even though its Andhra leaders have warned against tying up with the incumbent.
It is heartening to hear Virat Kohli talking about Dhoni’s role in ODI”S. He assures us to not read much into Dhoni’s exclusion from T20 internationals as it was suggested by Dhoni himself.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Wednesday mocked Congress president Rahul Gandhi, saying he keeps repeating things like a stuck gramophone but people would not accept his “childish” claims and “lies” against the government as they make “fun” of such remarks. With campaign for assembly elections in five states under way and the Lok Sabha polls less than six months away, he stressed on his development plank during a video interaction with BJP workers, asking them to go to people with a three-point agenda — development, fast development and development for all.
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