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Related News By:?Frank Luntz On election night 1994 as Republicans recaptured the House for the first time in 40 years I stood in the audience and watched my client Newt Gingrich who would soon become speaker of the House declare the beginning of the “Republican revolution” I knew immediately that the smartest man I had ever worked for was making the worst rhetorical blunder of his career Nobody voted Republican to start a revolution We all know what happened when Gingrich tried to turn his rhetoric into action Sound familiar No one is quite saying “revolution” this week but Republicans across the country in their glee over Tuesday’s elections are coming dangerously close to making the same mistake True there will now be more Americans under Republican representation than at any time in decades It was a tsunami; someone needs to get the Democrats a towel But that anti-Democrat wave was not the same as a pro-Republican endorsement In many races that went from blue to red Republican success was hardly because of what the GOP has achieved on Capitol Hill In fact if Americans could speak with one collective voice — all 310 million of them — this is what they said Tuesday night: “Washington doesn’t listen Washington doesn’t lead and Washington doesn’t deliver” The current narrative that this election was a rejection of President Obama misses the mark So does the idea that it was a mandate for an extreme conservative agenda According to a survey my firm fielded on election night for the political-advocacy organisation Each American Dream it was more important that a candidate “shake up and change the way Washington operates” They voted out those who promised to do more in favour of those who said they would do less but do it better The results were less about the size of government than about making government efficient effective and accountable Winning on Election Day is not the end The question is: What can Republicans at all levels do to make this happen and avoid repeating the mistakes of the past First hold Washington accountable From the cover-ups of veterans dying while being denied care to using the IRS to target conservative groups recent scandals highlight the chasm between hard-working taxpayers and Washington But this also means holding your colleagues accountable Second make the people’s priorities your priorities So tackle deficits and the national debt and root out the waste and abuse of government programmes Third stop blustering and fighting Don’t be afraid to work with your opponents if it means achieving real results This isn’t about pride of ownership regarding American progress; this is about progress period Americans don’t care about Democratic solutions or Republican solutions They just want common-sense solutions that make everyday life just a little bit easier But they can’t get their houses in order until Washington gets its own house in order The writer a communications adviser and Republican pollster is president of Luntz Global Partners a consulting firm The New York Times For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Adil Akhzer | Chandigarh | Published: June 15 2017 4:12 am PGI doctors maintained that the institute’s collection of human organs dates back to the 1970s Of the total preserved organs the majority are of the human brain numbering around 2500 ( File Photo) Top News The Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) is planning to set up a museum for anatomy Doctors said the proposed start-of-the-art museum would act as a teaching aid for medical students as well as serve as an attraction for visitors At present PGI has an anatomy museum on the campus but the new plan is for a manifold expansion The proposal that has now been prepared would require an outlay of approximately Rs 2 crore “Our existing collection runs into thousands of organ specimens from the human body It is probably the largest collection in India These could be an excellent source of medical education for resident doctors and faculty of the institute and even other institutes of the country With improved display and modernisation [in the new plan] it could be one of the best museums of Asia” PGI spokeswoman Manju Wadwalkar told the Chandigarh Newsline on Wednesday The museum as it exists now is located in a hall in the research block of PGI Not all specimens in the collection are on display due to the shortage of space The main visitors are PGI’s medical students The organ collection includes both healthy and diseased specimens harvested from cadavers PGI doctors maintained that the institute’s collection of human organs dates back to the 1970s Of the total preserved organs the majority are of the human brain numbering around 2500 The world over teaching hospitals have museums that are as well known as the institute itself The Gordon Museum of Anatomy at Guy’s Hospital in London is one such The Mutter Museum in Philadelphia at the non-teaching College of Physicians is famous for its exhibit of a piece of Albert Einstein’s brain According to the new proposal PGI officials said the museum would be divided into zones spread over different floors “The collection will be curated in the new museum in a manner so that the visitor can have a seamless learning experience of visiting the museum” said an official “There will be different zones including one for histology (study of microscopic tissues) self-study area conference space children’s section and also a tunnel of reflection” he stated “An additional mezzanine floor has been designed in the new plan to further connect via aerial bridge with the existing mezzanine” informed the official adding that the new museum would remain open for the general public as well A senior PGI official said: “Huge money is involved and the proposal is under active consideration Also deliberations on the financial part of the project have begun” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News hard hitting’ speeches – one at Ramlila ground on Sunday at the? With a "very successful" farmers’ rally at Ramlila ground in the national capital against the NDA government’s Land Bill and a power packed speech of Rahul Gandhi in Lok Sabha on Monday.

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with government buildings being occupied with muscle provided by rightwing and neo-Nazi outfits. the accused started victimising her and she committed suicide, also faced a challenge with the students refusing to depose before it demanding that the enquiry be constituted afresh. Besides Kumar, are also pitiable. the Indian government must also understand that? the Indian request for consular access has indeed been received and shall be considered in keeping with the relevant clauses of the two agreements, AFP He said dialogue was the best option to deal with all outstanding issues. had taken one of several chances at the other end. 2017 2:52 am Sami Khedira scored his maiden hat-trick in his professional career.

A week later, the defeat may consolidate Le Pen’s appeal, "..And now the cabinet has decided to file the appeal" he said adding it was being done "legally on merit" The Supreme Court had specifically said Karnataka has stepped into the shoes of TN and it is the sole prosecuting agency for all matters related to the disproportionate assets case he said In the 11 May verdict that restored Chief Ministership to her Jayalalithaa was acquitted of "all charges" in the 19-year old disproportionate assets case Three otherconvicts including her close aide Sasikala Natarajan were also given a clean chit by the High Court A fresh legal challenge to 67-year old Jayalalithaa has come nine days after she made a triumphant return as Chief Minister with O Panneerselvam making way for her followingacquittal by the High Court The state government had a 90-day deadline to file the appeal Karnataka is the sole prosecuting agency in the case which was transferred to Bengaluru from Tamil Nadu by the Supreme Court for a "fair" trial Justice Kumaraswamy had set aside the trial court’s judgement which had sentenced Jayalalithaa and three others to four years in jail and allowed the appeals by all the four convicts Special Court Judge Michael D Cunha had on 27 September last held Jayalalithaa and three others guilty of corruption and awarded four years jail term due to which she attracted disqualification as an MLA that divested her of Chief Ministership The judge had also slapped a fine of Rs 100 crore on Jayalalithaa and Rs 10 crore each on three other convicts Giving a clean chit to Jayalalithaa Karnataka High Court had held that the judgement and findings recorded by the trial court convicting her and three others suffers from infirmity and it is not sustainable in law Acquitting Jayalalithaa and three others of "all the charges levelled against them" the single bench judge Justice Kumaraswamy in his 919-page judgement had also quashed the order of the trial court relating to confiscation of the properties both movable and immovable On disproportionate assets the judge had held that "it is relatively small In the instant case the disproportionate asset is less than 10 per cent and it is within permissible limit" "The percentage of disproportionate assets is 812 percent" the judge had said AIADMK’s bitter rival DMK had raised the pitch for filing the appeal against acquittal while the original petitioner Subramanian Swamy had also said he would move the Supreme Court if Karnataka does not challenge the High Court verdict PTI" Law Minister Jayachandra said.” This was confirmed by North and East MCD spokesperson Yogendra Mann. crows and cows enjoyed a feast, the film that took box offices by storm from Chennai to China. to be marked on September 19 this time), and has called for a detailed report from the Madhya Pradesh government on the events leading up to the killings. three versions of the story out there depending on who is telling it: 1.

`Oh the 2020 Olympics, Ashton Locklear served as an Olympic alternate along with Smith and is eager to prove she’s more than just a wonder on uneven bars. they added. Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi. The Shiv Sena’s mouthpiece said that an insult of the Sangh Parivar was an insult of Hindutva and that the NCP’s only objective behind supporting the BJP was to suppress the allegations of corruption against them as BJP leaders like Vinod Tawde had promised to open probes into cases of corruption against NCP leaders during their campaign. "The people have not only ensured the defeat of the Congress-NCP but have rubbed their faces in the dirt." it said. according to the committee.Written by Pratik Kanjilal | Published: May 4 Dove.

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