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Mankatta' face appeared in the film, the Telugu actor Manchu Manoj in Chennai, clashed sharply in a few days before the party program.
Mano and his friends kicked and beat face. A heavy blow fell on the stomach to throat. He was admitted to hospital Magadh. Underwent a serious operation. The doctors said that survival is amazing.
The police investigation into the attacks carried out since the actress Topsy new information on the dispute have happened.
Manchu Manoj is the son of Telugu actor Mohan Babu. Provided to the police complaint, filed in Magadh. Manoj willing to investigate. But Manoj has fled to Malaysia.
Meanwhile, police in the investigation totaraventam crises that came from notables. Mediation efforts were made both. Manoj can be arrested but that he did consider manutakkal munjamin in Chennai HC.
Forced to investigate the cause of the incident, police sources said the attack occurred. They began a secret investigation.
Parttavarkalai inquired personally identify beat 'em what happened. Manoj, Magadh investigated friends. Topsy spokesman said Manoj natantatena beat 'em up on the information released by the Magadh is threatened.
Topsy was the Tamil film debut Magadh. Topsy's was when I went to the airport and will mount in the car. Magadh habit that he had secretly taken video film, Topsy contact with Manoj break the friendship by keeping the video images attiramaki threatened him and said to the police and friends said Manoj.
Murray beat 'em up on the left to Magadh vayttakararu kettapotutan Manoj say about this. But refused to inquire about the labor side. Said another reason for the dispute.
Kalam Noida (UP), Jul 3 (PTI) Former President A P J Abdul Kalam, who has been criticised by some parties for disclosing that he was willing to invite Sonia Gandhi to be the Prime Minister in 2004, has maintained that the Supreme Court had upheld her citizenship and she was "Constitutionally" eligible.
"I have said already in the book because Constitutionally Supreme Court says that she (Gandhi) is a citizen. So, Constitutionally if the majority party says she should be appointed. But she did not... she put Manmohan Singhji. There is no controversy in my mind," he told PTI here.
Kalam was reacting on the sidelines of a function when asked about the controversy generated by his book 'Turning Points' because of the mention that he was ready to swear in Gandhi as the Prime Minister despite pressure from various political leaders before she nominated Singh.
NDA Convenor and JD(U) President Sharad Yadav yesterday hit out at Kalam, saying "his conscience has woken up late. It is for self-aggrandisement. We used to respect him a lot but now are very saddened after such comments."
Shiv Sena chief Bal Thackeray also has hit out at Kalam for making the statement after so many years and called him "hypocrite" and "shallow".
Earlier, BJP had also criticised for the comments.
Kalam’s stand on the political situation after the Lok Sabha elections lifted the veil on an episode that has been intensely speculated upon that he was reluctant to appoint the Italian-born Gandhi as the country’s Prime Minister.
The former President says in the book that he was almost certain that Gandhi would head the UPA government but Rashtrapati Bhavan had to rework the appointment letter after the Congress chief nominated Singh as the Prime Minister.
Rio Tinto, the mining company responsible for the production of the precious metals for the Games, will hand over the final Olympic and Paralympic medals to the London 2012 Organising Committee for secure storage in the vaults.
The gold, silver and bronze medals will be securely locked away in the famous vaults and will remain there until they are needed for the Victory Ceremonies. In total, 4,700 medals will be awarded in 805 Victory Ceremonies that will take place in over 30 London 2012 venues across the UK.
Fanfare of trumpeters:
A ceremonial event will take place tonight at the Tower to mark the arrival of the final medals. The arrival will be announced by a fanfare by the trumpeters of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Collingwood and attended by The Tower’s famous Yeoman Warders and 150 Get Set network schoolchildren.
LOCOG Chair Seb Coe said: ‘For an athlete, winning an Olympic or Paralympic medal represents the conclusion of thousands of hours of training and reaching the highest level in sport. The Victory Ceremonies then provide the moment they can truly celebrate their success. It’s great that the London 2012 medals will be kept safe and secure at the Tower of London until then.’
The medals will stay in the vaults until they are needed at the Games, with the first medals to be awarded on the 28 July in Olympic Shooting.