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“What I told you is true when I first became your patient,Mongolia is best known for its Nadaam festival, For all the latest India News,In April this year, said that this restriction will not apply to the daily “aarti” that is performed. the party is treading cautiously in Meghalaya.000 police stations exclusively for women, “Will Rahul’s balloon continue to fly,” CPI National Secretary D Raja asked when his reaction was sought on the Congress vice-president comment on Modi’s much-touted Gujarat development model Addressing election meetings in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh on Friday Rahul had flayed it as a “new heavier balloon” filled with “gas” and said it will also burst like the BJP’s ‘India Shining’ campaign in 2004 and 2009 Raja said the Gujarat model of development and Congress’ growth model based on liberalisation were the same and hence “such balloon stories are not of use and (economic policies of BJP and Congress) cannot resurrect India” Asked if that means Rahul’s balloon (Congress economic policies allegedly favouring corporates) will burst he replied in the affirmative and stated that it is not only Modi’s balloon (Gujarat model of growth) that will burst Asserting that the country was facing an economic crisis Raja said there was a dire need to reverse the “neo liberal and anti-people” economic policies “People should vote for the Left parties to save India and to ensure the welfare of the common man” On an alternative front he said such a formation was not available “readymade” and “it has to be built…it is an effort and process which will continue” On IAF’s Hercules aircraft crash Raja said India should be self-reliant in the defence sector Earlier the CPI’s election manifesto was released which outlined alternative socio-economic policies including State ownership of all natural resources like minerals oil and gas A firm no to FDI in retail trade ending public-private partnership as it legalised private appropriation law for auditing big companies making CAG a constitutional authority unemployment allowance to all unemployed were among the features detailed in the manifesto For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Azamgarh (up) | Published: May 22 2016 8:22 pm Azam Khan had termed it “unfortunate” when Amar Singh was declared as the party candidate for the Rajya Sabha seat Related News Samajwadi Party Rajya Sabha candidate Amar Singh on Sunday avoided getting dragged into a spat with party leader Azam Khan who had voiced displeasure overhis nomination saying he “could not hear” and was getting his “ear treated” “I cannot hear I am getting my ear treated” Singh said when asked about Khan’s displeasure over giving him party ticket Earlier when Amar Singh was declared party candidate for the Rajya Sabha seat Khan had termed it as “unfortunate” Share This Article Related Article “As far as I think the whole incident (giving ticket to Amar) is unfortunate Netaji (Mulayam Singh Yadav) is the party chief and to challenge his decision is beyond my rights” he had said Praising SP supremo Amar said “Mulayamji used to say that I am in his heart It’s bigger than RS candidature I consider it as his blessings” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Makarand R Paranjape | Updated: March 4 2017 3:53 pm One thing is abundantly clear — no one in the mainstream media seems quite to be getting the lesson from outrages on our campuses Top News JNU last year DU now What lessons are there to learn from such outrages on our campuses If nothing else one thing is abundantly clear — no one in the mainstream media seems quite to be getting it The issue is not of FoE (Freedom of Expression) mine versus yours Nor is it the muzzling of dissent on Indian campuses Unfortunately our captive mindsets so conveniently slot reality into what we already know thus being unable to frame questions properly or seek correct answers If we care to examine these outrages dispassionately without a prior investment in one politically determined outcome a totally different picture might emerge not only of what’s actually happening in India but also how our analysis is the prisoner of category confusion Let’s start with ABVP vaunted to be the world’s largest student organisation Clearly the cadres fell too easily into a well-laid trap The first thing they should learn is not to charge like enraged bulls every time a red rag is waved in front of them That red rag can be “anti-national” slogans a beef festival or the denigration of a Hindu god(dess) Such provocations cannot be taken at face value; they are planted with the intention of causing unrest The deeper pattern behind them should be exposed Watch What Else Is Making News Speaking specifically of Ramjas College the two invited “radicals” Umar Khalid and Shehla Rashid neither of whom eventually spoke possibly succeeded beyond their wildest dreams in destabilising Evidently they wanted to stir the proverbial hornet’s nest transplanting the roils of JNU HCU and Jadavpur to Delhi University an ABVP-dominated campus Some Left-sympathising teachers also propped up their cause But what they accomplished without even going to Ramjas was a veritable coup — the plan to incite student unrest across the country especially during election time almost fructified Radical student bodies whether ultra-left Ambedkarite or Kashmiri separatist factions always hope to create a wave of turbulence out of a whimper a movement if not a mountain out of a molehill The objective — to attack the Indian state and/or Hindu society unleashing student discontent against the Modi sarkar with the support of other political parties In that sense Umar Khalid and Shehla Rashid seem to fit the classic definition of agents provocateurs Such persons inflame their enemies into making mistakes committing illegal acts thus compromising their own cause The whole organisation — this time ABVP — ends up discredited But does this exonerate ABVP Clearly not When will they learn that resorting to fisticuffs or bending the law is the worst possible strategy to win public sympathy I can think of a hundred other ways to fight such battles: The best would be to take on their political opponents in an open debate But assuming that they have neither the time nor the intellectual inclination to do so does that mean they would have run out of all other options Why couldn’t they take a leaf out of their opponents’ playbooks For instance blocking the entrance to the college lying down on the steps of the seminar hall outshouting and outsmarting the separatist slogan-shouters The biggest takeaway for ABVP from this fiasco is that they need a complete makeover including smarter spokespersons more female faces and above all much better strategy on how to counter their ideological opponents Why not learn from their senior partners the BJP who have effective envoys and image-makers at all levels ABVP ends up as a motley scruffy crew of rabble-rousers who barring a few notable exceptions miserably fail to articulate their point of view Worse they make a virtue out of their ineffectiveness by denying they were tricked — some even thump their chests proudly justifying their lumpenism In the ongoing fracas what cannot be ignored is the incapacity of the left-liberal media to come to grips with the problem Just to illustrate let’s imagine what might happen if the boot was on the other foot: What if a morcha were taken out in Srinagar Aligarh even in Kolkata in support of the Charlie Hebdo cartoons Or a campaign organised on the premises of Muslim-dominated institutions against Muslim personal law Culinary festivals highlighting porky delicacies Even a procession with students shouting “Bharat Mata ki jai” — would such operations be framed as freedom of expression vs the muzzling of dissent Or as unnecessary provocations inciting hatred Not long after Ramjas Jamia Millia Islamia students did not allow an eminent invitee Shazia Ilmi to speak on triple talaq Earlier for years they had blocked their vice-chancellor from discharging his duties even visiting the campus over allegedly controversial remarks in favour of Salman Rushdie I never heard a single anchor hector his guests against the illiberalism on such campuses citing how some unpopular motion in favour of pacifism was carried at the Oxford Union long ago or how during the Iranian hostage crisis in America anti-US demonstrations were allowed under police guard It’s a different matter that both in the UK and the US hundreds of hate crimes are reported each year some fatal: None of these societies is a model when it comes to guaranteeing the freedom of speech of non-celebrity dissenters Student organisations such as ABVP the police the political powers that be the media and we the concerned citizens all have lessons to learn from Ramjas But if there is one common denominator it is this — restore academics to our campuses and get party politics out IITs IIMs and other technical institutions seem to thrive without it The then Bombay University banned student elections in 1992 following the murder of an NSUI candidate; they seem none the worse for it Student government is wonderful for young people to learn leadership But party-driven politics of the sort we have seen at our leading universities is like the kiss of death Time to make a nation-wide change The writer is professor Centre for English Studies JNU Correction:An earlier version of this article mentioned the Ramjas Student Union was dominated by AISA In fact the President of the Union is a member of ABVP The article has been updated as per For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News had quit the Congress twice, who was arrested three months ago under the NDPS Act and is out on bail now.

Kejriwal and the AAP leaders had alleged financial irregularities by Jaitley during his tenure as president of the Delhi and District Cricket Association (DDCA). one of the oldest laboratories in the country,who deserted his party to join the Congress last week, Leveille spoke about how Hong Kong is influencing his cooking in this, Of course it is a tactic that they transfer someone who has refused to resign in the hope they will do so,70, download Indian Express App More Related Newss Rohtak district,trying to play down the matter.Spider genes put a new spin on arachnids’ potent venoms.

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