PM Narendra Modi will campaign for BJP candidates in Madhya Pradesh for five days


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  1. पीएम मोदी 16 नवंबर से मध्यप्रदेश में शुरू करेंगे चुनाव प्रचार
  2. 18 नवंबर को छिंदवाड़ा और इंदौर में, 20 नवंबर को झाबुआ और रीवा में सभाएं
  3. 24 नवंबर को मंदसौर और छतरपुर में तथा 25 को विदिशा और जबलपुर में सभाएं

भोपाल: प्रधानमंत्री नरेन्द्र मोदी 16 नवंबर से मध्यप्रदेश में भाजपा उम्मीदवारों के पक्ष में चुनाव प्रचार करेंगे. पीएम नरेंद्र मोदी 16 से 25 नवंबर के बीच पांच दिन मध्यप्रदेश के विभिन्न जिलों में बीजेपी उम्मीदवारों के समर्थन में चुनावी सभाओं को संबोधित करेंगे. प्रदेश में 28 नवंबर को विधानसभा चुनाव होने हैं.

बीजेपी के प्रदेश अध्यक्ष व सांसद राकेश सिंह ने प्रधानमंत्री के दौरे की जानकारी दी. उन्होंने बताया कि निर्धारित कार्यक्रम के अनुसार प्रधानमंत्री 16 नवंबर को दोपहर 2 बजे शहडोल एवं शाम 5 बजे ग्वालियर में चुनावी जनसभा को संबोधित करेंगे. उन्होंने बताया कि प्रधानमंत्री 18 नवंबर को छिंदवाड़ा और इंदौर में, 20 नवंबर को झाबुआ और रीवा में, 24 नवंबर को मंदसौर और छतरपुर में तथा 25 नवंबर को विदिशा और जबलपुर जिलों में जनसभाओं को संबोधित करेंगे.

विधानसभा चुनाव : बीजेपी अध्यक्ष अमित शाह का दो दिन का मध्यप्रदेश दौरा


मोदी की छवि का फायदा उठाकर बीजेपी चौथी बार प्रदेश में सत्ता हासिल करने के लिए पुरजोर प्रयास कर रही है. प्रदेश के दोनों मुख्य दलों बीजेपी और कांग्रेस की नजरें मोदी के प्रदेश के चुनावी दौरों पर हैं.

मध्य प्रदेश विधानसभा चुनावः बीजेपी ने बगावत पर उतरे 53 नेताओं को पार्टी से निकाला, पूर्व मंत्रियों पर भी कार्रवाई

प्रदेश कांग्रेस के प्रवक्ता पंकज चतुर्वेदी ने दावा किया कि प्रदेश में मोदी के चुनावी दौरों से कोई असर नहीं होने वाला है. उन्होंने कहा कि बीजेपी के पिछले 15 सालों के शासन के कारण जनता में प्रबल सत्ता विरोधी लहर चल रही है. उन्होंने दावा किया कि कांग्रेस इस चुनाव में पूर्ण बहुमत हासिल करने वाली है.

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उधर बीजेपी के प्रवक्ता अनिल सौमित्र ने कहा कि प्रधानमंत्री मोदी करिश्माई नेता हैं और उनके प्रदेश में चुनावी दौरों के बाद बीजेपी को बहुत फायदा होगा. उन्होंने कहा कि बीजेपी ने इस बार ‘‘अबकी बार 200 पार” का लक्ष्य रखा है. मध्यप्रदेश में विधानसभा की कुल 230 सीटें हैं.

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Bihar : Upendra Kushwaha also dragged BJP in campaign against Nitish Kumar


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  1. नीतीश के बचाव में आए सुशील कुमार मोदी को दिया करारा जवाब
  2. कहा- नीतीश ने ‘नीच’ शब्द का उपयोग कर उनका अपमान किया
  3. बीजेपी अध्यक्ष से मिलने के लिए दिल्ली रवाना हुए उपेंद्र कुशवाहा

नई दिल्ली: बिहार के मुख्यमंत्री नीतीश कुमार को निशाना बनाते रहे रालोसपा प्रमुख एवं केन्द्रीय मंत्री उपेन्द्र कुशवाहा ने गुरुवार को जेडीयू प्रमुख के खिलाफ अपने अभियान में बीजेपी को भी घसीट लिया. इस बीच, यह भी संकेत हैं कि लोकसभा चुनाव में सीट समझौते को लेकर अप्रसन्न कुशवाहा सत्तारूढ़ एनडीए से अलग हट सकते हैं.

कुशवाहा ने अपने इस आरोप को फिर से हवा दी कि कुमार ने उनके खिलाफ ‘नीच’ शब्द का उपयोग कर उनका अपमान किया है. जेडीयू इस आरोप से इनकार कर चुका है. कुशवाहा ने सवाल किया कि क्या प्रधानमंत्री उस समय गलत थे जब बीजेपी पर ‘नीच राजनीति’ करने का आरोप लगाने के लिए उन्होंने प्रियंका गांधी पर हमला किया था.

बिहार के मुख्यमंत्री के बचाव में उतरे राज्य के उप मुख्यमंत्री सुशील कुमार मोदी को जवाब देते हुए कुशवाहा ने गुरुवार को कई ट्वीट किए. सुशील मोदी ने 12 नवंबर को ट्वीट कर कहा था कि कुमार ने ‘नीच’ शब्द का कभी उपयोग नहीं किया किंतु कुछ लोग ‘शहीद’ बनने का प्रयास कर रहे हैं. राष्ट्रीय लोक समता पार्टी (रालोसपा) के अध्यक्ष ने पलटवार करते हुए सवाल किया कि प्रधानमंत्री ने प्रियंका गांधी वाड्रा की टिप्पणी की जो व्याख्या की थी, वह क्या सुशील कुमार मोदी के अनुसार गलत थी. प्रियंका ने 2014 के लोकसभा चुनाव से पहले बीजेपी पर हमला करते हुए ‘‘नीच राजनीति” शब्द का इस्तेमाल किया था. बीजेपी के तत्कालीन प्रधानमंत्री पद के प्रत्याशी नरेन्द्र मोदी ने इस टिप्पणी को उनकी पिछड़ी जाति से जोड़ते हुए आरोप लगाया था कि उनकी पृष्ठभूमि पर हमला किया जा रहा है.


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कुशवाहा ने कहा, ‘‘सुशील कमार मोदी को तब यह भी कहना चाहिए कि नीतीश कुमार सही हैं तथा राज्य में 2015 के विधानसभा चुनाव के दौरान ‘डीएनए मुद्दे’ पर दोनों नेताओं (नीतीश एवं नरेन्द्र मोदी) के बीच वाक युद्ध में नरेन्द्र मोदी गलत थे.” वर्ष 2015 में जब बीजेपी एवं जेडीयू विरोधी खेमों में थे तो नीतीश कुमार ने प्रधानमंत्री की डीएनए टिप्पणी को लेकर प्रधानमंत्री के खिलाफ एक अभियान छेड़ दिया था. नीतीश ने अपने पार्टी जनों से कहा था कि वे अपने बाल एवं नाखूनों के नमूने एकत्र कर दिल्ली भेजें ताकि डीएनए की पुष्टि हो सके.

बताया जाता है कि कुशवाहा बीजेपी अध्यक्ष अमित शाह के इस प्रस्ताव से अप्रसन्न हैं कि उनकी पार्टी 2014 की तुलना में इस बार कम सीटों पर चुनाव लड़े. कुशवाहा ने गुरुवार को कहा कि वह सीटों के बंटवारे के मुद्दे पर शाह के साथ विचार विमर्श करेंगे. रालोसपा ने 2014 में तीन सीटों पर चुनाव लड़ा था और तीनों पर ही उसे सफलता मिली थी.

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कुशवाह ने ट्वीट कर कहा, ‘‘मैं दिल्ली जाने के लिए पटना से निकल रहा हूं. भाजपा अध्यक्ष अमित शाह के साथ मेरी बैठक में मैं सीटों के बंटवारे पर बातचीत करूंगा.”

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नई दिल्‍ली : सोशल मीडिया पर चलाए जा रहे दक्षिणपंथी ट्रोल्‍स की मार दक्षिण के मशहूर सिंगर टीएम कृष्‍णा को भी झेलनी पड़ी है. इन ट्रोल्‍स के कारण टीएम कृष्‍णा का दिल्‍ली में प्रस्‍तावित एक कंसर्ट रद्द कर दिया गया है. साथ ही आरोप लगाए गए हैं कि आयोजकों ने दक्षिणपंथी ट्रोल्‍स के दबाव में यह कार्यक्रम रद्द किया है. यह कार्यक्रम शनिवार को दिल्‍ली के चाणक्‍यपुरी के नेहरू प्‍लेस में होना था. इंडियन एक्‍सप्रेस में प्रकाशित खबर के मुताबिक इसके रद्द होने के बाद टीएम कृष्‍णा का कहना है ‘मुझे दिल्‍ली में कहीं पर भी 17 नवंबर को एक स्‍टेज मुहैया करा दें. मैं आऊंगा और गाऊंगा. हम किसी भी तरह के डर के आगे खुद को झुका नहीं सकते.’

बता दें कि टीएम कृष्‍णा का यह कंसर्ट दो दिन के ‘डांस एंड म्‍यूजिक इन द पार्क’ फेस्टिवल का हिस्‍सा था. इसका आयोजन दिल्‍ली के चाणक्‍यपुरी स्थित नेहरू पार्क में 17 नवंबर को होना था. इसका आयोजन एयरपोर्ट अथॉरिटी ऑफ इंडिया (एएआई) और एसपीआईसी-एमएसीएवाई द्वारा संयुक्‍त रूप से होना था. एएआई ने 5 नवंबर को अपने ट्विटर हैंडल पर जानकारी दी थी कि सिंगर टीएम कृष्‍णा के इस कंसर्ट से जुड़ी पूरी जानकारी शेयर की थी. इसके बाद 10 नवंबर को भी उनके कार्यक्रम की जानकारी शेयर की गई थी. साथ ही कई अखबारों में इसके लिए विज्ञापन भी दिए गए थे.

 

मंगलवार देर रात एएआई ने एसपीआईसी-एमएसीएवाई को ईमेल के जरिये जानकारी दी कि यह कंसर्ट रद्द कर दिया है. इसमें एएआई ने कहा है ‘कुछ काम के दबाव के कारण हम एसपीआईसी-एमएसीएवाई के साथ 17 और 18 नवंबर को दिल्‍ली के नेहरू पार्क में डांस एंड कंसर्ट कार्यक्रम को आयोजित करने की स्थिति में नहीं हैं. इसलिए हम आपसे निवेदन करते हैं कि इस कार्यक्रम को अगली तारीख तक टाल दिया जाए. साथ ही सभी को सूचित करने के लिए ही कहा. इस कार्यक्रम की नई तारीख पर जल्‍द ही एसपीआईसी-एमएसीएवाई के साथ विचार किया जाएगा.’

इस पर एएआई के चेयरमैन गुरुप्रसाद मोहापात्रा ने किसी भी दबाव या आलोचना के कारण यह कंसर्ट रद करने की बात से इनकार किया है. उनका कहना है कि हमारे सामने कुछ मुद्दे हैं. हम पर काम का कुछ बोझ आ गया है, जिसके कारण हम अभी उस दिन के लिए खाली नहीं है. हमने मीडिया को जो भी सूचना दी है, उतनी ही काफी है, इसके अलावा कुछ और नहीं है.

दूसरी ओर टीएम कृष्‍णा ने सोमवार को एएआई के निमंत्रण को रिट्वीट किया. इसके बाद यह ट्रोल होने लगा. इसमें सरकारी विभाग को कृष्‍णा का कार्यक्रम का आयोजन करने के लिए आलोचना का सामना करना पड़ा. ट्विटर पर लोगों ने एएआई पर लोगों के रुपये का इस्‍तेमाल करके कृष्‍णा का कंसर्ट कराने का आरोप लगाया. लोगों ने कृष्‍णा को देश विरोधी भी बातया था.





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Novak Djokovic Begins Campaign With Comfortable Win Over John Isner


Novak Djokovic sent out a warning to his rivals at the ATP Finals on Monday, brushing aside big-serving John Isner 6-4, 6-3 to launch his bid for a record-equalling sixth ATP Finals title in style. Earlier, in the same Guga Kuerten group, Alexander Zverev made it six consecutive wins against Marin Cilic in a contest at London’s O2 Arena featuring scores of unforced errors. World number one Djokovic, though, was playing a different game, appearing little troubled by the howitzers coming off the giant Isner’s racquet — breaking his opponent three times and not conceding a single break point on his own serve.

In stark contrast to second seed Roger Federer, who produced an error-strewn performance in defeat to Kei Nishikori on Sunday, Djokovic hit just six unforced errors and won 86 percent of points on his serve, making a mockery of the apparent challenging nature of the playing surface.

“The match was great, obviously,” said the 31-year-old. “I had three breaks of serve of John which is sometimes mission impossible but I managed to be at the right place at the right time.

“I held serve well, I backed it up from the baseline, I played very solid and didn’t give him many opportunities.”

Speaking about the court conditions, he said: “It takes a little bit of time really to get yourself adjusted to the surface… it takes a lot of rotation, takes a lot of spin. When you serve well, also it accelerates through the court.”

With Cristiano Ronaldo watching on, the top seed broke Isner in the fifth game of the first set to establish a stranglehold and never looked like allowing the American eighth seed back into the contest, breaking twice more in the second set to win in 73 minutes.

The Serb is a red-hot favourite to draw level on six titles at the season finale with Federer, who faces an uphill task to reach the semi-finals after his loss in his first round-robin match.

Djokovic, who replaced the injured Rafael Nadal at the top of the rankings last week, has stormed up the charts this year following elbow surgery and a period of indifferent form, winning Wimbledon and the US Open along the way.

Since the start of Wimbledon he has now won 32 out of 34 matches.

Zverev triumphs

Earlier, Zverev kept his nerve at the key moments to beat Marin Cilic 7-6 (7/5), 7-6 (7/1), recovering from a break down in each set.

The 30-year-old Cilic, who has a reputation for faltering under intense pressure, broke first but the German hit back, going on to edge the tie-break.

In the second set, the Croatian again drew first blood but third-seed Zverev, 21, responded immediately and dominated the tie-break to seal the match.

There were a total of 78 unforced errors in the contest — with Australian Open finalist Cilic hitting 46 of those — as both players struggled to adapt to the court conditions.

“The court is difficult,” said Zverev. “The court is very fast. And it’s very high-bouncing as well. So, it’s more difficult than in other tournaments, so everybody has to kind of find their rhythm in the first match. “

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Campaign Scrapped Due to Treyarch Wanting ‘Too Many Maps’ – Report


Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 reportedly had a campaign in the works which was cancelled in mid-2017. According to a QA tester working at Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 developer Treyarch, the game’s campaign was scrapped due to the developer wanting to make “too many maps”. It was designed to be a two versus two co-operative race to finish each mission. However it didn’t see the light of day due to Treyarch wanting to add more missions. In the state Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s campaign was in, it had five missions that it could have shipped with if the story was condensed. Evidently this was far from the case.

In addition to this the tester claims that Blackout and Zombies development began in mid-2017 with multiplayer around January. It appears that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s single-player campaign was deemed “too out there” by Activision and cancelled.

“Raven Software has reportedly been tasked with adding a Battle Royale mode to Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 to fill the content gap of no campaign,”claimed Call of Duty fan site Charlie Intel. In another post, it states that “Activision believed that Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s campaign was ‘too out there’ and ‘outlandish’ and cancelled it to let Treyarch focus on MP [multiplayer] and zombies.”

In our Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 review we stated that despite being a polished effort, the lack of single-player campaign made it a tough consideration. There’s a somewhat half-hearted attempt at this with a feature called Specialist HQ that teaches you how to play as each Specialists, but it basically amounts to training with bots and little else. It’s punctuated with cinematics that delve into some bits of their backstory, but it’s sparse at best. Tragic when you consider the attention to detail given to each Specialist in terms of their character design, ensuring there’s a story waiting to be told.


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Chhattisgarh Elections 2018: Election Campaign ends for first phase, fate of Raman Singh will be decide


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Rohit Sharma Extends Best Wishes To Women’s Team For World Cup Campaign


The Indian women’s cricket team are all set to begin their ICC World T20 campaign at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Friday. Ahead of their tournament opener against New Zealand, India cricketer Rohit Sharma took to Twitter to wish the team all the very best. Rohit Sharma said that he is optimistic of the women’s team performance and is sure that the team will bring glory to the country. Captained by Harmanpreet Kaur, India will be aiming to emerge from the shadows of a winless past and lift their maiden T20 title.

India have never won the World T20 in their previous five attempts with their best result coming in 2009 and 2010 where they made a semifinal appearance. India have failed to go past the group stage in the previous three editions and they will have to play well consistently to advance to the knock-outs.

India had come agonisingly close to lifting the ICC Women’s world cup for the first time, however, nerves got the better of them and lost the final to England.

Harmanpreet and recently-appointed coach Ramesh Powar have insisted that the team has learnt from that final loss and the presence of youngsters make the squad “fearless”.

In the lead-up to the World T20, India have hit good form, beating hosts Sri Lanka before blanking Australia A at home.

After the opener against New Zealand, India will face Pakistan on November 11, Ireland on November 15 and three-time champions Australia on November 17.

India squad:

Harmanpreet Kaur (c), Taniya Bhatia (wk), Ekta Bisht, Dayalan Hemalatha, Mansi Joshi, Veda Krishnamurthy, Smriti Mandhana, Anuja Patil, Mithali Raj, Arundathi Reddy, Jemimah Rodrigues, Deepti Sharma, Pooja Vastrakar, Radha Yadav, Poonam Yadav.





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