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Regular patrols take place along the walkway but as yet mystery surrounds the reason for the effigies and the identities of those behind them.
One of the effigies shows Salmond holding a sign which says "45%", with the Loch Ness Monster at his shoulder, while the other had him bare-chested in a kilt.
The effigies will be put up for Vijay Dashami celebration on October 14.
month * It was in the March of 1922 that a unique libel action took place at the Cardiff Assizes when wax effigies were brought to the court to provide evidence.
Dasera was celebrated in the Telangana region yesterday under the shadow of the separate state protests as the agitators burnt the effigies of the top Congress party leaders.
Summary: Protesters thought to have been planning to behead effigies at the Royal wedding were arrested on Thursday night, sources said.
Summary: PORT SAID - Revellers are expected to take to a main street of the coastal city of Port Said Monday to burn effigies of ex-president Hosni Mubarak and his cronies to commemorate 860 civilian deaths that occurred during the January 25 Revolution and celebrate the spring festival known as Sham el-Nessim, an artist said Sunday.
Only last week we saw thousands swarming the streets and raising merry hell whilst enjoying the ritual burning of effigies.
THE future of four stone effigies at a Northumberland abbey has been secured thanks to a pounds 32,000 grant.
Mary Anna Evans, an Ole Miss graduate and seventh-generation Mississippian born in Hattiesburg, says, "My goals in writing Effigies were two-fold: to show my readers a culture that might he new to them, and to introduce them to my home state as it exists at the dawn of the 21st century.
Now angry crowds in India, where public displays of affection are largely taboo, have begun burning effigies of the US star while chanting "Down with Shilpa Shetty".