"We are discussing the matter with our Advocate General (AG) and soon we will move to court against it", Banerjee said.
Gary Player on Langer's mark: I won 9 senior majors, too
Langer knows what that feels like, having struggled with the putting yips off and on throughout his career. He shot 71 and finished five shots back, tied for third with Miguel Angel Jimenez, who closed with a 68.
"This law is unconstitutional, undemocratic and against the federal structure. We are neither accepting nor we are bound to abide by this rule", Banerjee told reporters at a press meet.
The Centre has banned sale of cattle in animal markets for slaughter and livestock will only be sold to people providing undertaking that the animals are bought for agriculture goal after verifying revenue documents that purchaser is an agriculturist. It is envisaged that welfare of cattle dealt in the market will be ensured and that only healthy animals are traded for agriculture purposes for the benefits of the farmers. The specific provisions apply only to animals which are bought and sold in the notified live stock markets and animals that are seized as case properties.
Minnesota beats Iowa 9-3, earns rematch with Hawkeyes
Iowa added an insurance run on a throwing error, then Shane Ritter closed it down, allowing just a single in the bottom half. Pitchers Ryan Erickson and Josh Martsching, catcher Tyler Cropley, and Whelan all earned sports on the All-Tournament Team.
Barkati had also claimed that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had given him the permission to use it. Other than Biswas, chairman of Siliguri Jalpaiguri Development Authority (SJDA) was also seen using the red flashing light on his vehicle.
Stating that market, trade and commerce fall within the jurisdiction of the states, Banerjee said such laws are deliberate attempts to encroach on their powers and that the state governments should have been consulted before taking the decision. None of our ministers and me as well don't use the red or blue beacon in the state. "Let us get the notification first, then we will decide our next course of action", State Education Minister Partha Chatterjee had said.
Raonic eases past Darcis at French Open
Canadian fifth seed Milos Raonic raced into round two with a routine 6-3, 6-4, 6-2 victory over Steve Darcis of Belgium. Visibly happy with his performance, he then mingled with ball boys at the center of the court and thanked the crowd.
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