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Facebook Twit­ter Thewienbtewrovwiew with the new army chief Bipin New Lyrics, Same Pol­icy Rawat (‘We will go across aA.gRa. Rina’h)mwaan’s rqeu­ceit­net pe­exrhfoarumsa-nce toifvheis. oHl­doTwaemvilehri,t,t‘hUer­vas­soio’, wnaes­r­just a tb­hite­d­inf­fer­wenct.hOieve­fri6mm­pir­lleiosnsheasve seen uhip­sop­n­erftohremganocvee­ornMmTeVnUt­nt­phluegged, iwmithm­cerod­wiadt­seoun­rceed­dlyfroicrstl­hike ‘rIfet-he v5i0v0ar­lu­opfeeth­neotMe goeut­snd­taemi­noC­neotrispesd.’As al­nw­daytsh,tehem­ly­ordices­r­wneirseaftoilolon­weodf by the wfameaili­paor rn­er­frya—in:e‘.s..ptaek­cei­iat lelay­sy­lopnogl­icy.’ range ar­tillery guns and bat­tle tanks—the bet­ter. It is un­for­tu­nate that de­spite hav­ing a wide range of man­u­fac­tur­ing and R&D fa­cil­i­ties, In­dia is the largest buyer of weapons and equip­ment from the in­ter­na­tional mar­ket. Con­w­seib­dewri­ing that Gen­eral MRauw­mat’’s tah­pe­poWinotm­r­dent as COAS Les­bian raked cou­ple Do­miniqueup a con­tro­versy, and Crissy, with a mil­lion-plushe seems YouTu­beto be sub­scribers, well an­nounced aware they of werethe added ex­pect­ing. Trolls re­spon­si­bil­i­tyswiftly ap­peared, and say­ing ex­pec­ta­tions. Do­minique was ‘too mas­cu­line’What is to note­wor­thy­carry a baby; but the is ladies that shot he back, seems say­ing sym­pa­thet­ic­they were both women to and the the plight choice wa­sof the theirs. in­fantry­men de­ployed in in­hos­pitable ter­rain and weather con­di­tions along the bworhdaetr,’sand waAn­lat­srm­toMon map­keoslis­cuyreof im­prove their lot by­oeu’qreuui p.-It onl­cyr­geodeis­bolffe pingAt­ph­pemAlewr­tith moad­fternyou play aegsas­mene

No one can pre­dict the fu­ture, but one Facebook Pin­ter­est thing is cer­tain: there won’t be a dull in 2017. From pol­i­tics to the econ­omy

Joshin’ Joshi to the en­vi­ron­ment to global re­la­tions...

Looks like Bigg Boss fans are we are in for very in­ter­estic­nong­fus­tinig­mTV eac­stor Ro­han Mehra with co­me­dian Ro­han Joshi. Sick of be­ing Tweeted at, Joshi at first asked peo­ple to rec­tify their er­ror. When that didn’t work, Joshi de­cided to Tech­nol­ogy will play a key

em­brace his new­found fame role. In­dia needs to make

as a re­al­ity TV star, and started its armed forces tech­no­log­i­cally

ask­ing peo­ple to vote for him. ro­bust to counter any and all threats. A mod­ernised army is the best de­fen­vcier.aBl vei­d­nego­self-re­liant in weapons pro­duc­tion will also help In­dia along the road to be­com­ing a su­per­power. Twit­ter

Bat­tle Royale

A video making Don­ald Trump’s Ashish Misra’s story on

hand ges­tures look like he’s play­ing Akhilesh Ya­dav (The Cub

an ac­cor­dion made 30 mil­lion laugh Earns his Stripes) was very in­for­ma­tive. The de­tail dis­pels some of the mystery sur­round­ing the bat­tle royale be­ing played out in Ut­tar Pradesh. Much de­pends on the out­come of this fam­ily feud. Al­most evOevreyr saim­ngillieon­pwaraetc­n­htep­dr­tahyese three for­naen­wd­scraesj­to­er­ic­se­fis­gh­intinthg eab­sou­uct-their cess an­wda­grd­loror­byeosf—tohneilirveoTf­fVspring. In­deed, we do ev­ery­thing pos­si­ble to see that our chil­dren do bet­ter in life than we have. Mu­layam Singh Ya­dav seems to be the rare exception. This is an ob­vi­ous case of the ‘old man not waJan­m­tiens­gC­tordletn’gsos’p.oAofk­shoialep­soh­pera, haswiathc­qKuani­tyte Wd ehsitmlysriecls­fic­n­r­peladc-e of itabd­lyialaosguteh,ew­co­hwieed­fomveirn5is0t0e,r000 of In­dia’s most pop­u­lous

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