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But now,no deities from the past (Lord Ram, According to an insider, Union Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan on Thursday said the Centre was planning to amend laws so that there was “no mischief with the health of the people”. mainly for expansion of facilities to improve access and quality of teaching, The situation of Central University in Odisha is disastrous with about 84 percent of faculty posts vacant.spirited closing arguments, And fyi the guy in the video is @rahullsharma and the girl is @gur4neet . now u knw them !” A few moments later Suyyash shared his wife’s post and bashed the two video jockeys “People consider u guys their role models / idols … it doesnt suit u guys @vjanusha @vjgaelyn Disappointed seriously…U guys r probably trippin on something and enjoying but unfortunately for you they are my frns U shudnt have put this on ur socail networking websites specially wen there millions of people looking up2 u…and unfortunately they are your FANS :)” Adding to it Suyyash wrote “U guys probably well educated and have probably studied and stayed abroad all ur lives its juss that my frns r tooo desi to have that accent…n unfortunately that guy is from punjab too just like @kkundrra AND je lodh payi metho vadda desi labna v nai…GROW UP” Suyyash who has been a close friend of Anusha’s boyfriend Karan Kundra didn’t fail to tag him in his post He even mentioned how Karan has a desi Punjabi accent unlike Anusha’s Australian accent As soon as Kishwer and Suyash’s post went viral on social media VJ Anusha clarified her stance on the entire incident as she replied to Suyyash’s post saying “It was a video we found really funny we wouldn’t make fun of anyone it wasn’t meant to be offensive @suyyashrai” Suyyash who was in no mood to let go of the issue easily wrote “@vjanusha he is childhood frn n she is my sister i guess i have all d right to get offended And making fun is not d problem…m sure we all do…we dont put it on social media…where millions of people follow u… u make fun of hindi accent… india is where u have made ur career here in India and how good is to make fun of the accent right… and seriously Instead of feelin sorry u r still justifying wat u n that chic did ” The argument continued as none of the two refrained from commenting Meanwhile Karan who has been quite vocal about his love for Anusha has neither come out in support of his girlfriend nor has he spoken in favour of Suyyash For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: June 24 2013 4:43 am Related News Delhi and Washington must clear the airdefine the next step Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry are close to a rare double distinction one definitive and the other dubious The question this week is if Singh and Kerry have the will to reinforce the former and the wisdom to avoid the latter Having helped build a new edifice of Indo-US relationsSingh and Kerry are in danger of letting political timidity and bureaucratic pettifogging undermine the foundations of the India-US strategic partnership Singh risked all his political capital in 2008 when he pushed for parliamentary approval of the historic civil nuclear initiativedespite Sonia Gandhis nagging self-doubtLK Advanis incredible opportunism and Prakash Karats ideological hostility Kerrythen an influential senatormobilised much-needed domestic political support in the US for the controversial nuclear deal with India As a Boston liberalKerrys political instincts were to question the nuclear exception that Bush was carving out for India But Kerry prevented the Democrats from killing the deal to spite Bush in an election year Five years later comes the dubious part Kerryas the US secretary of stateand Prime Minister Manmohan Singh are presiding over a needless drift in bilateral relations When they sit down on Mondaythe PM and Kerry must honestly assess the sources of the current paralysis and find a way to impart some fresh political momentum to the partnership When George W Bush and Atal Bihari Vajpayee began to pursue a partnership at the turn of the last decadeit was an act of political faith rather than a cold strategic calculation They believed that Washington and Delhi could build a future that would be very different from the dismal part Singh was quick to grasp the new possibilities with Washington and ran with the baton that he took from Vajpayee in 2004 He concluded bold agreements to end Indias nuclear isolation and expand defence cooperation with the US If Singh purposefully drove the engagement with America in the first termhe seemed to lose either interest or control over the dialogue with the US in the second In WashingtonObama seemed distracted by the two costly wars and a rare economic crisis Obamas efforts to befriend China to stabilise Asia and seek the Pakistan armys help in withdrawing from Afghanistan have injected a measure of ambiguity into Americas bilateral relations with India Meanwhilesections of the Indian establishment have deliberately sought to create some political distance between Delhi and Washington and sell discredited ideas from the Cold War past as great strategic insights Singh nearly bought the crazy proposition that a bird in the hand was worth a lot less than two in the bush The belief in Delhi that going slow with America might convince China to offer India a boundary deal now stands discreditedthanks to the Chinese military intrusion into Ladakh during April-May Singh must rely on common sense rather than the overly clever theories that have derailed Indias diplomacy in the second tenure of the UPA Trusting his own judgement in the first termthe PM significantly improved relations with the USChina and Japan without giving any one of them a veto over Indias policies towards the others Having seen the awful consequences of departing from that policy in the second termthe PM must now return to the policy of seeking stronger ties with both Beijing and Washington In the first termSingh also refused to buy the conventional argument in Delhi that cited the US-Pak relationship as an excuse for not improving ties with Washington or Islamabad Todaythat argument is being reheated and served with reference to the changing dynamic in Afghanistan and Pakistan The current tumult in the northwestern marches of the subcontinent demandsinsteadthat Delhi intensify talks with Washington on regional securityincrease military and diplomatic support to Kabul and begin a political engagement with the newly elected civilian leaders in Islamabad At critical moments in Indias diplomacy over the last decadethe PM trusted his own instincts rather than let the obstreperous officialdom limit Indias choices In his first meeting with Bush in September 2004Singh concluded that the best was yet to be in India-US relations In his conversation with the then secretary of stateCondoleezza Ricein March 2005Singh defined the contours of the civil nuclear initiative In his talks with Hillary Clinton in July 2009the PM ensured that the political understanding with Bush would largely endure in the Obama years The agenda for Singhs equally important conversation with Kerrythenpresents itself The first task is to remove the political distrust that has accumulated between Delhi and Washingtonand on a range of bilateralregional and global issues The second is to lay down a specific set of objectives that must be accomplished by the time Singh arrives in Washington for a summit with Obama later this year The emphasis must be on implementing the pending commitments to each other and taking up one or two new initiatives Failure to clear the air and define the next steps would begin to weaken the India-US relationship just when Delhi and Washington need each other more than ever before The US is a weaker power today than under Bush Indias own strategic prospects have dimmed amidst the slowdown of economic reforms and the return of foreign policy conservatism The construction of the India-US strategic partnership in the 2000s was an entirely unexpected political bonus Making it work now is an absolute necessity for both Delhi and Washington as they struggle to cope with a challenging environment at home and abroad The writera distinguished fellow at the Observer Research FoundationDelhiis a contributing editor for The Indian Express [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MANOJ MORE | Pune | Published: April 13 2017 12:09 pm No big projects were approved during the meeting Express Top News In a first the standing committee of the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) on Wednesday allowed journalists to attend its meeting The BJP-led PCMC said the decision was taken to bring in transparency Across the state standing committee meetings had drawn flak from activists who alleged that no project is sanctioned by the members without taking commissions However the meeting on Wednesday did not approve any big projects Instead issues such as cost cutting transparency in tender processing auditing of accounts discipline among officials and making the administration more people-oriented were discussed The meeting which lasted more than four hours was presided over by Committee Chairperson Seema Savale who had last week announced to throw open panel meetings — initially to journalists and then to the public Savale had asked the local journalists’ body to send two of its representatives for the meeting Dinesh Waghmare and Additional Municipal Commissioner Tanaji Shinde were also present at the meeting Savale started the meeting by reprimanding civic officials who had failed to adhere to the set dress code “In future meetings officials should either follow the dress code or simply stay away” she said Officials from departments such as garden water and education along with PCMC-run ITI drew criticism from panel members Asha Shendge Raju Misal Mona Kulkarni and Anuradha Gofane among others The garden department was criticised for not doing enough for maintaining the civic gardens Superintendent Suresh Salunkhe was chided for the state of gardens in the city However Shinde’s suggestion of doing away with green lawns in gardens as they consume lot of water was shot down by the chairperson Savale further pulled up officials who had come unprepared “Tell me how many girls have been provided jobs by the ITI” Savale asked ITI Principal Shashikant Patil who could not give a satisfactory reply The civic administration’s decision of appointing Crisil as consultants for submitting the Smart City proposal was also questioned by Savale “In the past PCMC had had a bad experience with Crisil It came up with an erronenous detailed project report and several PCMC projects took the hit” she said Commissioner Waghmare tried to defend the decision but it didn’t convince Savale PCMC audit chief Padmashree Taldekar complained that despite several reminders many departments have not provided required documents or files To which Savale said “Civic officials should not give any excuse They should on a priority basis submit the documents (sought by auditors) or will have to face action I don’t want to fine them Rs 25000… they should know the consequences of a fine It spoils the service record…” The meeting also took objection to Commissioner Waghmare “bowing” to the pressure from PMPML chief Tukaram Mundhe and transferring some employees to PMPML “We have taken the right decision as the employees originally belonged to the transport body and there were complaints against some of them” said Waghmare Panel member Asha Shendge raised the issue of lack of maintenance of the crematorium “I have often noticed that caretakers are missing while the crematoriums are in a bad state” she said To which the panel chief has asked the administration to appoint minimum number of agencies for the purpose Savale further asked the civic administration to act against contractors who do not make payments to PF and ESI accounts of employees “Such contractors should be blacklisted” she said Joint City Engineers Rajan Patil and Ravindra Dudhekar health chief Dr Anil Roy Veterinary chief Dr Satish Gore chief accountant Rajesh Landge assistant municipal commissioners Anna Bodade and Maheshkumar Doiphode were also present at the meeting For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Khaled Ahmed | Published: May 21 2014 8:18 pm Ahmed highlighted two apparently mutually contradictory concepts embedded in the two speeches made by the founder of the Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah Related News On April 16 Lahore’s Human Rights Commission of Pakistan observed a day dedicated to late journalist-author Abdullah Malik and had Ishtiaq Ahmed professor emeritus of political science Stockholm University and visiting professor at the city’s prestigious Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) reading his paper on “the ideational structure of the two nation theory which informs the very idea of Pakistan” Ahmed highlighted two apparently mutually contradictory concepts embedded in the two speeches made by the founder of the Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah He went back to his address at an All-India Muslim League rally on March 22 1940 explaining how the Muslims were a “separate nation” in India: “It is extremely difficult to appreciate why our Hindu friends fail to understand the real nature of Islam and Hinduism They are not religions in the strict sense of the word but are in fact different and distinct social orders and it is a dream that the Hindus and Muslims can ever evolve a common nationality… “The Hindus and Muslims belong to two different religious philosophies social customs and literatures They neither intermarry nor inter-dine together and indeed they belong to two different civilisations which are based mainly on conflicting ideas and conceptions Their aspects on life and of life are different “It is quite clear that Hindus and Musalmans derive their inspiration from different sources of history They have different epics different heroes and different episodes Very often the hero of one is a foe of the other and likewise their victories and defeats overlap To yoke together two such nations under a single state one as a numerical minority and the other as a majority must lead to growing discontent and final destruction of any fabric that may be so built up for the government of such a state” Read today the message is: religions and culture separate people On the basis of the idea of “self-determination” therefore the Muslim minority should be administered separately from the Hindu majority The Lahore Resolution passed the following day was later called the Pakistan Resolution It called for separate Muslim states (provinces) in contiguous Muslim-majority areas in India Scholars by and large accept that nations come into being after the state has had time to inculcate that sense into its population Others say people can “imagine” a separate homeland for themselves living within a state they don’t like — often because they are a minority there and are unhappy No theory is tenable: after the collapse of communist states in 1990 28 new states came into being in eastern Europe and erstwhile USSR and not many are doing well Sudan bifurcated after the Muslim-majority state went nuts over Islam becoming two mutually hostile states Now the separated Christian-majority state has become unviable through violence Jinnah encountered this problem soon enough in 1947 three days before the state the Lahore Resolution had subliminally demanded was created He wanted all the different religious regional linguistic and ethnic identities to evolve as one nation in Pakistan On August 11 1947 Jinnah delivered the presidential address to the Pakistan constituent assembly He presented a blueprint that must have reminded him of his speech of seven years earlier: “You are free; you are free to go to your temples you are free to go to your mosques or to any other place of worship in this state of Pakistan You may belong to any religion or caste or creed — that has nothing to do with the business of the state… We are starting with this fundamental principle that we are all citizens and equal citizens of one state… I think we should keep that in front of us as our ideal and you will find that in due course Hindus would cease to be Hindus and Muslims would cease to be Muslims not in the religious sense because that is the personal faith of each individual but in the political sense as citizens of the state” Historians have mulled this apparent contradiction since 1947 Stanley Wolpert who wrote a favourable account of Jinnah in 1982 thought the August speech must have “disoriented even his closest lieutenants and associates” One Pakistani historian writing under General Zia — who had highlighted Wolpert’s reference to Jinnah’s “wine-drinking” to validate himself as a better ruler — actually thought Jinnah was “infirm of mind” when he presented Pakistan as a “secular” state on August 11 Both India and Jinnah were worried about the state breaking under the burden of different identities: In 1947 Jinnah was clearly bothered about communities other than Muslims becoming “lesser Pakistanis” despite his assertion in 1940 that Hindus and Muslims could not be a part of the same nation The constitution of Pakistan is today clearly Islamic declaring the state “religious” It says all citizens of Pakistan would have equal rights but non-Muslim Pakistanis feel they are being maltreated The state itself apostatised the Ahmadi Muslims under the second amendment and then proceeded to legislate harsh disabilities against them States often violate human rights and are not rebuked; Pakistan is rebuked because it has violated human rights through legislation The doyen of the history of Pakistan’s identity as a state Shariful Mujahid says the intellectual gulf on the subject between the right and left in Pakistan should be bridged He thinks that both poles of opinion has grown in extreme directions and needs to recognise the middle ground He defined the August 11 speech of the Quaid as a deliberate recourse to the Charter of Medina concluded by Prophet Muhammad and the “Medinate model” of the Islamic state in which the concept of the ummah (nation) included non-Muslims as equal citizens Mujahid has modified the idea of the “ideological” state As for Jinnah’s idea of the state he refers to his reply to Mountbatten’s speech on August 14 1947: Mountbatten wanted Pakistan to pursue the pluralist ideal of Akbar; Jinnah wanted to adhere to the pluralist model of Medina under the Holy Prophet States construct “nationalism” for purposes of “defensive war” but are hostile to “sub-nationalisms” that threaten “war within” Today the non-Muslims of Pakistan are doomed as an empowered clergy sets aside Medina’s pluralist model by arguing that the Quran had superseded it with its strictures against non-Muslims The Taliban under Ayman al-Zawahiri plan to place them under a special punitive tax called “jiziya” Will the Muslims of Pakistan stick together There is sub-nationalism of “oppressed nations” in Sindh and Balochistan where Muslim communities want out from the state of Pakistan Muslims are having had a hard time keeping their states together They remain intact under authoritarianism but start crumbling under democracy which instead of sustaining a pluralist modern state tends to favour a pre-modern utopia in which populations begin to suffer intolerance and brutalisation The last recent word is from my friend the Mumbai lawyer-historian AG Noorani: “The poison of the two-nation theory [was] propagated by [Hindu Mahasabha leader and father of Hindu nationalism] VD Savarkar since 1925 which Jinnah recklessly adopted in 1939 only to discard it on August 11 1947 in his famous speech to Pakistan’s constitutional assembly” The writer is consulting editor ‘Newsweek Pakistan’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppVaranasi: The BJP today made light of Rahul Gandhi’s roadshow here saying there is no "personal fight" between him and Narendra Modi and both had the right to campaign for their candidates "I don’t think Rahul Gandhi has come here personally to defeat Modi and it is his right to campaign for Congress candidate and Modi had also gone to Amethi for campaigning for BJP candidate there" senior party leader Amit Shah said Amit Shah AFP Modi had campaigned for BJP candidate Smriti Irani ahead of polls in Amethi from where Rahul Gandhi is in fray — thus breaking an informal code of top BJP leaders staying away from the Gandhi bastion Therefore Rahul’s massive roadshow today in Varanasi is being seen as a retaliation measure on the part of the Congress However the BJP’s general secretary reiterated party’s demand for removal of returning officer of Varanasi for denying permission to a Modi rally two days ago "Things may not change even after appointment of a special election observer as long as local officers remain the same" he said The Election Commission last evening appointed Tamil Nadu’s Chief Electoral Officer Pravin Kumar as the special observer for Varanasi where voting will take place on 12 May Shah told reporters that the local administration was working "under pressure" of the UP Government When asked whom BJP considers the bigger rival between AAP’s Arvind Kejriwal and Congress’ Ajay Rai in Varanasi Shah said that BJP has no competition from any candidate Shah also dismissed the talks about the possibly becoming the next chief minister of Gujarat in the event of Modi becoming Prime Minister "My party will decide on my next role the party has made me general secretary and in-charge of UP and my aim is only to ensure that the party gets more than 272 seats to form the next government" Shah said Another BJP leader Arun Jaitley also continued his attack on local authorities for allowing Rahul Gandhi’s roadshow today to pass through Beniabagh the same area where Modi was denied to hold a public rally two days ago "It was for political reasons that BJP was not allowed to hold this rally and this would remain a black mark on the Indian democracy as a candidate was denied permission for holding a rally in his own constituency "It seems that security risks are only limited to one party and not to the three others" Jaitley said PTI St Petersburg: A Florida jury sided with ex-pro wrestler Hulk Hogan on Friday and awarded him $115 million in his sex tape lawsuit against Gawker Media Hulk Hogan testifies in court AP The jurors reached the decision on Friday evening less than six hours after they began deliberations The trial lasted two weeks and Hogan wept as the verdict was read The jury isn’t finished though; they will return to court on Monday to award punitive damages beyond Friday’s sum Just moments after the verdict Gawker founder Nick Denton said he will appeal based on evidence that wasn’t introduced in court "Given the key evidence and the most important witness in this case were withheld from the jury we all knew the appeals court would need to resolve this case" Denton said Hogan’s team issued a statement as well: "We’re exceptionally happy with the verdict We think it represents a statement as to the public’s disgust with the invasion of privacy disguised as journalism The verdict says no more" Thank you God for justiceonly love 4Life HH — Hulk Hogan (@HulkHogan) March 19 2016 Told ya I was gonna slam another giant HH — Hulk Hogan (@HulkHogan) March 19 2016 Hogan whose given name is Terry Bollea sued Gawker for $100 million for posting a video of him having sex with his former best friend’s wife Hogan contended the 2012 post violated his privacy First Amendment experts media lawyers and privacy 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