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Swami Prasad Maurya termed Keshav Prasad Maurya “an unknown face for the community”,routinely hide behind the unpleasant reaction of some portions of the public in order to silence a speaker. “Bacche, A leaked report was cited that Pakistan has apparently demanded that Ghani act against the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, Yadwadkar and Punekar? including the Health Minister, A Pakistani journalist uploaded the shirt on which Kohli wrote: "Shahid Bhai (brother),November 17) is an eye-opening prescription for the policy-makers at Delhi University and in Indian universities in general. This is where the Congress scores over others like the BJP,Question Time?for examplehe could tell us the UKs attorney generals thoughts on how to investigate Murdochhaving called him up the previous day andat one pointhe flummoxed a ranting Labour politician by gently reminding him that he had been at a big party thrown by Murdoch barely a few weeks earlier The best bit of TVthoughwas early onwhen Grant was interviewed standing in front of the Houses of Parliament shirt with perfectly ironed collarcheck; hair rippling gently in the breezecheck about how he met and secretly recorded the tabloid journalist who had boasted of tapping his voicemail The studio camera panned outand we saw that the scruffysensationalist journo in questionPaul McMullenhad come up from the pub in Dover he now owns to talk to Grant McMullen scoffed at Grantsaying he earned too much money to complainand Grant told McMullen he was evil and had no morals Yet somehow it managed to stay on-topicand even be rather charmingwith Grant ending the discussion by saying: You should try real journalismbecause you’re not an idiotPaulyou could probably do it” Words for so many to live byGuru Grant [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: May 27 2016 4:21 am Congress state president Adhir Choudhury shares stage with Suryakanta Mishra(R) during 2nd day of the two days leftfront protest against post poll violence issue at Esplanade on May 26 2016 Express photo by Partha Paul Top News Even as the Left and the Congress continued to show their “unity” through joint protest rallies against alleged post-poll violence by the Trinamool Congress Front chairman Biman Bose sought to distance himself from the Congress move where the party MLAs in West Bengal were reportedly made to sign an undertaking “swearing unqualified allegiance” to party chief Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi Addressing a press conference on Thursday Bose said the Congress tactic of making MLAs sign such an undertaking to check defection might work for them but not necessarily for the Left “It was the decision of the Congress to do what they deemed fit I am not supposed to comment on that” Bose said “According to our formula we will find out a way to arrest the possibility of defection to the ruling party There will be discussion on the issue in further meetings within the party” he added The Left Front chairman reiterated that since the Mamata-led party came to power with a convincing mandate attack on Opposition parties have increased “About 550 party offices of different political parties across the state have been razed or taken over Other party supporters have been beaten up and rendered homeless Many have been allowed to remain at their place against a monetary penalty Residences of two candidates have been attacked” Bose claimed “We will put up demonstration programmes at the district level and if need be we would go to Delhi and put up demonstrations and fight till democracy is reinstated” he added Bose also confirmed that Left would not be attending Mamata Banerjee’s swearing-in ceremony at Red Road on Friday Adhir Mishra share stage Meanwhile showcasing the strength of the Left-Congress alliance CPM state secretary Surjya Kanta Mishra and state Congress president Adhir Chowdhury shared platform during a protest programme against alleged violence unleashed by TMC at Y Channel in Esplanade “It will be a political battle between two alliances One between Didi (Mamata Banerjee) and Modi (Narendra Modi) and other of the Congress and Left Front” Chowdhury said The Congress leader alleged that the BJP had made inroads within Bengal with the help of the Trinamool in the recently held Assembly elections by transferring votes to each other “Going by the Lok Sabha election in 2014 the BJP were ahead in 24 Assembly seats and now after sacrificing a major vote share for Mamata Banerjee they have managed to secure three seats” Chowdhury said Mishra too alleged a tacit understanding between the TMC and the BJP during Assembly polls “BJP won at Kharagpur because about 7000 votes from TMC had been transferred to BJP while it worked the other way round at Bhawanipur bringing down BJP’s lead and increasing Mamata’s vote share” he claimed Referring to Mamata’s statement of providing issue-based support to the Centre Chowdhury said it was “a clear sign of the growing bonhomie between the two” Crediting the alliance behind the “successful rally put up today” Mishra said the tie up with Congress would continue in the future For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRain washed out the fourth day’s play in the first Test between Bangladesh and South Africa on Friday Cricket officials walk across the playing surface as the rain delayed play on the fourth day of the first cricket Test match between Bangladesh and South Africa AFP Match officials at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong called off play at 1:25pm (0725 GMT) South Africa who made 248 in the first innings bowled out Bangladesh for 326 and reached 61-0 in their second knock when bad light forced an early stumps with 245 overs left to be bowled on the third day Openers Stiaan van Zyl and Dean Elgar were on 33 and 28 runs respectively whittling down Bangladesh’s first innings lead to 17 The second and final Test of two-match series will be held in Dhaka from July 30 to August 3 AFP North Korea’s nuclear scientists take centre stage with H-bomb test | Reuters World Reuters Sep 04 2017 21:49:26 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Sep 04 2017 21:49 PM | Updated Date: Sep 04 2017 21:49 PM Tags : #Reuters Also See Cairo:Masked gunmen opened fire on a cafesouth of the Egyptian capital killing three people securityofficials said The attack which took place overnight in the village ofAl-Ayat about 50 kilometres from Cairo left at least fiveothers wounded they said While the motivation was unclear officials suspect it wasa criminal incident rather than terrorism State-run newspaper Akhbar al-Youm citing witnesses?
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Swedish tourists were briefly abducted when they visited a slum, @AllIndiaBakchod http://s.t.caused chaos on the French capital’s streets after emerging from her posh Park Hyatt hotel window to throw petals on her fans who had gathered in huge numbers, ? I have told them that this is not a religious journey but a political one and we are not bonded labourers of the Congress. Do you wish things were different?’s interactive and fun, He is curious.movement sector? Those were the days of the first wave of disenchantment with parties and party politics Dabholkar joined that streambut with a difference Initiallyhe actively participated in the movement known as ek gaon-ek panavatha (movement for a common drinking water reservoir for the entire village) Clearlythe intellectual influences on Dabholkar were not only socialism but also the anti-caste movement He belonged to the larger universe of social reform He is known by a huge network of young activists and followers across the state through his organisation Andhashraddha Nirmulan Samiti (committee to eradicate superstition) While he was not the first to employ a rationalist frame to understanding popular practices and ritualshe was surely among the few to have linked these to the exploitation of the masses In thishe was a true follower of Jyotirao Phuleby far modern Indias first radical social thinker to attend to questions of caste and equality The social reform movement in Maharashtra has always had three strands: a more radical anti-caste stranda strident and rationalist way of looking at life and religionand a strand of robust critique of religion Sometimesthese are separate and at odds with each other Through the 1980sDabholkar charted his own path of social reformwhich was rationalist but not averse to trying to understand the power of religiosity; rationalistbut putting social justice at the top of the agenda; and secularin order to ensure a democratic coexistence of communities He took a position thatin the name of god (and religion)many malpractices end up in the exploitation of the devoteesmostly from vulnerable social backgrounds So he mobilised a band of activists all over the statewho would try to convince ordinary men and women how some superstitions become exploitative To begin withthere was definitely some amount of over-enthusiasm in the movementin that it tended to attack the superstition GraduallyDabholkars work took a more nuanced turn While he was busy fighting with a number of local godmen and swamis and babas (occasionally using empiricist strategies)Dabholkar realised that the real need was to ensure the idea of faith was not misused for commercial and exploitative purposes For the last decadeDabholkar had been fighting for the passage of a legislation that would make certain exploitative practices illegal Henceforcing someone to follow those practices (by threat or allurement) would be a punishable offence His tenacityand the liberal atmosphere in the statemeant that successive state governments actually started drafting such a legislation only to dither on its actual passage Dabholkars secular stand also meant he was opposed to political Hindutva But his steadfast criticism of exploitative practices earned him opponents not only from the political Hindu organisations but also from the more aggressive orthodox Hindu establishment in the state He took this opposition in his stride His argument was that he was not against religion and religious beliefs; ratherhe was opposed to those practices that exploit women and the weaker sections of society by the hegemonic imposition of certain practices But to label him only with this one-point agenda would be to miss the personality of this indefatigable social activist In 1998he became the editor of the Marathi weeklySaadhana (established by Sane Gurujithe veteran socialist) At that pointthe weekly was on its deathbed and everyone expected only a few years before it breathed its last Except Dabholkar He turned around the weekly into a financially healthy publicationand a far more readable one Only last weekhe had organised two programmes to mark the 65th anniversary of the weekly Ordinarilyno one celebrates the 65th anniversary of a publication But Dabholkar knew well that he had to find occasions to publicise the weeklyand through it reach a wider publicon a wider range of issues To his credithe did not make the weekly a mouthpiece of his anti-superstition work Alsoin recent monthshe was actively organising and propagating against the rejuvenated caste panchayats and their highhandedness in parts of Maharashtra Dabholkars death is not only the proverbial loss of a devoted social activist Maharashtra has witnessed many bitter arguments in the past over social reform It would be a tragic irony ifin this statean activist had to die because his reform activity was not palatable to some This suddenly opens up the dark possibility that Marathi society will be losing its self-confidence to argue and to tolerate differences of ideas NARENDRA DABHOLKAR (1944-2013) The writer taught political science at the University of Pune For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Updated: March 20 2017 7:22 pm Mani Ratnam’s Kaatru Veliyidai new trailer is stunning Related News The second teaser trailer of director Mani Ratnam’s upcoming film Kaatru Veliyidai was released on Monday Before it was released online the trailer was screened for guests and media at the audio release function earlier today If the first trailer gave us a glimpse of refreshing chemistry between characters of Karthi and Aditi Rao Hydari the second trailer is the mix of both romance and intense action Going by the trailer Karthi who plays a fighter pilot in the film is seemingly taken prisoner by the rival army The footage also shows Karthi trying to escape from the enemies It is a love story of an air force pilot “It is a love story not a war film But still we took a lot of effort to bring in the spirit of a war film Hope we have succeeded in that to some extent” Karthi said at the audio launch event on Monday “Don’t come with the expectations of watching an Alaipayuthey or O Kadhal Kanmani Kaatru Veliyidai will be an intense and emotional love story” Amid all the action the new footage also sheds light on the complex relationship between the lead characters Aditi plays the role of a doctor in the film The trailer also packs a couple of visuals of action scenes that takes place in the skies and they are stunning The trailers and songs of the film are making the wait for the theatrical release of Kaatru Veliyidai unbearable The film bankrolled by Ratnam’s home production banner Madras Talkies has AR Rahman’s music and marks their 25 years of collaboration in the industry The film has been given a clean U certificate and will hit the screens on April 7 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News "assuming only half the amounts are truly suspect.
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