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and PM2. 1-3 but still managed to top the group with nine points. one is as good as another, Compared to cellphone users in urban areas,The entire connection should be complete in two months? And it would not let the armed forces or the ministry of external affairs develop and consolidate India’s defence diplomacy in the region.
he isn’t joking. let us count the number of films that he is a part of — Behen Hogi Teri, “If someone comes up with a good project, adding that the incidence is one in two lakh births. but I just couldn’t, I saw two back-to-back shows. whether the NF, Expect some numbers from his latest solo album,September 10).Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: November 18
we have filed a chargesheet against Bhatt, Mahale said Another complaint was registered after witness Ravindra Sawant approached police claiming he was bribed Rs 50000 to turn hostile Chheda and Hitesh were under strict surveillance in prison The mother-son cited a series of health complications and spent nearly a year in hospitalsfrom where they were reportedly running their matka business Howeverno fresh case was registered based on these allegations made by the prosecution and jail authorities For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express AppBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 6 2017 3:22 am Picture for representational purpose Top News A 28-year-old man was arrested in Pydhonie on Tuesday night with 37 fake notes of Rs 2000 denomination It is the second such case in a month after a man from Uttar Pradesh was held in Thane in June with fake notes worth Rs 1074 lakh Acting on a tip-off the police laid a trap for Idris Babu Shaikh alias Mohan Bhola in Pydhonie and found the 37 notes in his possession While the notes seized by the Thane Police on June 18 were photocopies printed on good-quality paper the counterfeits seized on Tuesday night were of high quality said the Mumbai Police “The seized notes have many of the security features of genuine notes It is very hard to distinguish them If you touch them they feel like real notes” said a senior police officer The police claim that Shaikh who lives in Masjid Bunder sourced the fake currencies from West Bengal “We are investigating the exact location from where the fake notes were produced and how they were smuggled into Mumbai” said the officer The police are also looking for the individual to whom Shaikh was to deliver the notes For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 3 2017 12:33 pm Gautam Gambhir is presently the captain of IPL side Kolkata Knight Riders (Source: IPL archive) Cricketer Gautam Gambhir said that patriotism should not come with a ‘shelf life’ He emphasised that one should be patriotic throughout the year and not just on January 26 August 15 or October 2 which are observed as Republic Day Independence Day and Gandhi Jayanti respectively In a tweet on Tuesday he said “Seems Aug 15thJan 26th &Oct 2nd have 24 hrs shelf life/expiry date Not xpecting 365-days jingoism but subtle patriotism shud always throb” Seems Aug 15thJan 26th &Oct 2nd have 24 hrs shelf life/expiry date Not xpecting 365-days jingoism but subtle patriotism shud always throb Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) October 3 2017 Gambhir has often expressed his support for the defence forces The cricketer has on many occasions come out in aid of the families affected by violence and terrorism in Jammu & Kashmir In early September he announced that he would fund Jammu and Kashmir Police officer Abdul Rashid’s daughter Zoha’s education for a lifetime after he was killed in Anantnag on August 28 Previously the Gautam Gambhir Foundation launched a free community kitchen in West Delhi while also protesting the inaction over Gorakhpur tragedy in which dozens of new-born babies had died due to lack of oxygen supply at a hospital run by the Uttar Pradesh government For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdWritten by Sanjib Baruah | Published: March 23 2016 12:44 am Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi along with Union Minister of State for Sports and Assam BJP President Sarbananda Sonowal at a public rally at Moran in Dibrugarh district of Assam (Source: PTI/File) Top News A remarkable number of candidates fielded by various political parties in Assam are veterans of the Assam Movement — the protests against the entry and enfranchisement of “foreigners” that dominated the state’s politics for six long years from 1979 to 1985 Four elected ministries collapsed during that period and there were three spells of president’s rule Even the census of 1981 could not be conducted in Assam during that period Post-Independence India’s most violent elections are also part of this history including the horrendous Nellie massacre Assam Movement veterans feature not only on the list of candidates of the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) the regional party that grew out of the movement and now an ally of the BJP They are also among the candidates of the two major national parties: The BJP as well as the Congress Prominent among them are the BJP’s chief ministerial hopeful Sarbananda Sonowal and a number of former AGP heavyweights as well as the Congress party’s Zoiinath Sarma who led the volunteer force of the All Assam Students Union during the movement Then there are the politicians who made the transition to national political parties a long time ago such as the Congress party’s Bharat Narah The Guwahati MP Bijoya Chakraborty of the BJP is also an Assam Movement veteran This time her daughter Suman Haripriya is the BJP candidate for the Hajo constituency In retrospect the Assam Movement turned out to be the school and recruiting ground for a major segment of the next generation of Assam’s political leaders And the Congress and the BJP appear to have succeeded in remaking themselves as national parties with a regional orientation — as the former chief minister the late Hiteswar Saikia had promised the Congress would become This story can easily be told as a warm and fuzzy self-congratulatory narrative of the inclusiveness and resilience of India’s democratic institutions But the picture gets more complicated when one tries to take stock of the goals of the Assam Movement How successful was it A novice may be excused for thinkingthat with so many veterans of the Assam Movement now part of the political establishment the central issue of the movement must have been settled a long time ago But that is not the case From the perspective of the thousands who responded to the calls of the movement’s leaders and came out to the streets during those six years what has transpired in the three decades since then is a story of bitter disappointment and betrayal It is not only supporters of the Assam Movement who are disappointed Even the Supreme Court has expressed similar views When in July 2005 it declared the Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunal) Act unconstitutional it spelt out the dangers to Assam from the continued unauthorised immigration from Bangladesh using a language that was reminiscent of that used by the leaders of the Assam Movement There can be “no manner of doubt” said the apex court that Assam is facing “external aggression and internal disturbance” because of large-scale unauthorised immigration from Bangladesh In July 2008 the Gauhati High Court said a “large number of Bangladeshis” play “a major role in electing the representatives both to the legislative assembly and Parliament and consequently in the decision-making process towards building the nation” Such pronouncements by authoritative institutions cannot but eat away at the legitimacy of elected governments It is not surprising that the failure of the Assam Movement created the ground for the rise of the United Liberation Front of Assam (Ulfa) that argued in favour of an extra-constitutional path for defending Assam’s historical identity and wellbeing In recent years the ambiguities of citizenship that the Assam Movement sought to address have been a potent source of civil strife in various parts of the state When violence between Bodos and Bengali-speaking Muslims broke out in the summer of 2012 a number of media reports and commentaries blamed it on the influx of “illegal Bangladeshi migrants” into the area in effect portraying Muslims of East Bengali descent inhabiting western Assam — many of them descendants of the early 20th century settlers from East Bengal — as “Bangladeshis” A couple of years later militants of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) gunned down 81 Adivasis — descendants of tea workers brought as indentured labourers to Assam in the 19th and early 20th centuries Adivasis have been victims of violence and dispossession in the land conflicts on the Assam-Nagaland border as well; some of their forefathers having settled on those lands bordering tea plantations — technically reserved forests — after their contracts had expired Quite a fate in 21st century India for a group of people whose forefathers provided the muscle for the 19th century capitalist transformation of Assam If one goes by the assessment of the Supreme Court of the IMDT act — a law passed by the Indian Parliament in order to deal with the challenges presented by the Assam Movement to the post-Partition citizenship regime — our decision-making process has become far too porous; it gives “too many actors the means to stifle adjustments in public policy” to borrow the words of Francis Fukuyama used in a different context The costs of the Assam Movement’s failures have been steep but obviously not for its leaders The price is being paid by some of the country’s most disadvantaged citizens: In blood and in lives lost After three decades of the Assam Movement they are still unable to reclaim a sense of everyday security The writer is professor of political studies Bard College New York For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by M J Akbar | Published: May 6 2016 12:24 am Top News Why did Mahatma Gandhi make non-violence a non-negotiable requirement of the mass movement that won us our freedom You don’t demand non-violence from non-violent people; there is no need to Did he see behind the seeming docility of the “meek Indian” caricature and much-derided stupor a streak of latent violence that would rip Indians apart along the fissures of caste creed and gender long before it became a threat to any empire He witnessed the lava that blew up when chaos erupted; he became a martyr to violence No saint can eliminate crime from human behaviour; that is the original sin of existence But how does one explain the unthinkable unspeakable and unbelievable depths of depravity that accompany the rape of a Dalit woman in Kerala by “normal” men who have led “normal” lives How many psychopaths lurk beneath the banal Why does an instrument of state the police force refuse to register an FIR for five days Can a crime be more brutal more heinous Such questions leave me helpless Our nation remains a vast collage swirling through a restless kaleidoscope Blood in one corner dust and drought in another elections in a third corruption in a fourth and always a sense that more storms are waiting to break any moment But below this trembling surface is a powerful new fact: The Indian is no longer alone Anger against barbaric rape-murder spreads from mother to neighbour neighbour to state state to country Indians rise against injustice from every point If grief unites Indians so does when such occasion arrives relief I was in Ranchi last weekend when early clouds always ready to flatter only to deceive nevertheless broke the morbid dry grip of an oven-hot summer A wind from heaven whipped through the city As I stepped out of the hotel to enjoy the weather a beaming doorman told me with festive sparkle “There has been rain In Latur” I have had the curious experience of reading the censored sections of a book long before the authorised version Hector Bolitho’s Jinnah: Creator of Pakistan first appeared in 1954 commissioned by the Pakistan government As history the book is nonsense; as biography it is warped But as an anthology of anecdotes picked up from about 50 people who knew Muhammad Ali Jinnah it makes for good entertainment The trouble was that the real Jinnah had eating and drinking habits that were not quite Islamic; and political views that did not suit the new narrative being developed by the Pakistan state So all such bits were censored by a certain Majid Malik Principal Information Officer Government of Pakistan Bolitho of course was not allowed to mention that the book had been sanitised but an enterprising Pakistani publisher five decades later managed to filch these bits from the archives and put them into print Obviously the censored bits are far more interesting evidence as they are of a life replete with contradictions Bolitho records this image of Jinnah as a young barrister in Mumbai: “…an El Greco look with grey cold depths — lean pale hands which he washed almost every hour…” Bolitho is not sharp enough to pause and ask why he washed his hands every hour There can be only two reasons vanity or guilt Pride in one’s hands is a bit odd; but what on earth could Jinnah feel guilty about One can only conjecture: Was he too cold to the teenage-wife he was forced to marry as per custom before he left for England She died before he returned Jinnah’s winter-summer romance and elopement-marriage with the vivacious Parsi beauty of her time Ruttie has been well documented Ruttie was half his age and for a while he was completely entranced Perhaps inevitably it was all too good to last; they quarrelled they drifted and began to live apart Ruttie fell seriously ill and went to Paris for treatment Jinnah rushed to her bedside and for a brief while friends thought their relationship had revived It did not Jinnah was not at her side when Ruttie relapsed Her last epistle to Jinnah is one of the most moving love letters I have read (it is not in Bolitho’s book) Jinnah famously broke down and wept when she was buried at just 29 in Mumbai And yet when he returned to the home they had shared Jinnah removed every photograph every souvenir every art object associated with her What manner of man was this The writer is national spokesperson of the BJP For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News he had to offer a draw when the only person who could have won from that position was Kovalyov. The AP unit of BJP has been doing online as well as offline registration and its move to collect Rs five voluntary contribution towards Uttarakhand rain relief had come under criticism from Congress leaders. For all the latest Ahmedabad News,Mumbai | Updated: March 16 For all the latest Delhi News, We will adjust the timings of the classes as it would suit the students. when the Olympics will be held in Japan, There are people living in some parts of India who feel alienated and threatened. for the most part.
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