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New Delhi [India], Jan 26 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Friday unfurled tricolor at party headquarter in Delhi on the occasion of 69th Republic Day.
On Tuesday the same group climbed a crane at the Melbourne Cup and unfurled a banner above the Flemington racecourse calling for Manus Island refugees to be evacuated.
The largest ship appeared, unfurled a few lower sails, then took them down again while parading parallel to the coast.
For a flag is unfurled every time a single mom manages to put her children through school, every time a taxi driver returns money and valuables left on his backseat, when our artists win critical acclaim here and abroad, and when there is a firm resolve to stamp out illegal drugs and criminality.
While there was no issue till the Tricolour was hoisted and unfurled, manager of Noorpur Madrasa Darul Uloom Shadia Qari Khalil Ahmad suddenly stopped the students from singing "Jana Gana Mana .
e seven-mile version will be unfurled along the site of the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment in Berkshire - responsible for the design, manufacture and support of warheads in the UK - on August 9, the anniversary of the Nagasaki bombing.
I unfurled the banner and I'm proud of that fact - it wasn't a crime to do so.
GREEK protesters unfurled banners over the defensive walls of the ancient Acropolis in protest at harsh new austerity measures as strikes began across the country.
Publisher Picador announced today that it has acquired London Unfurled by Matteo Pericoli, an Italian architect and artist, from William Morris Endeavor Entertainment.
The Greenpeace members unfurled a huge banner reading "Bail out the Climate for Peace" and wanted to chain themselves to the bridge.
The fans unfurled the banner before the match against Iran in Cordoba, which finished 1-1.
CONTROVERSY: The banner being unfurled, above, and Philip Kirk, left