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In 2007suspended IPS officers D G VanzaraRajkumar Pandian and Assistant Commissioner of Police N K Amin of Gujarat Police and Dinesh M N of neighbouring Rajasthan were arrested along with junior ranked officials Subsequentlysuspended IPS Abhay Chudasma and former home minister Amit Shah were also arrested in the case by CBI in 2010 Shah also faces arrest in the Tulsiram Prajapati casein which he has been named as the main conspirator by the CBI The special CBI court where the chargesheet is filed by CBI is likely to take cognizance on October 10 For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: December 11 2016 4:37 am Ekta Singh defeated Samajwadi Chhatra Sabha candidate by 27 votes Express Top News A GIRL student has been elected the student union president of Saket PG College in Ayodhya as an ABVP nominee The ABVP the students’ wing of the RSS said Ekta Singh — a student of MA second-year in English — is the first girl to win student elections in the college ABVP won the post in the college after eight years Ekta defeated Samajwadi Chhatra Sabha candidate Deepak Yadav with a margin of 27 votes on Thursday The ABVP however lost the remaining three posts — vice-president general secretary and deputy secretary — which it had won last year While two of the posts were won by the SP students’ wing one went to an Independent candidate Saket is the lone college in Faizabad where student union elections were held this year “I joined ABVP in 2015 because I was impressed with its ideology and activities that it took up in the interest of students This is the first time that I contested an election” said Ekta whose father works as a contractor in Faizabad Watch what else is making news When contacted ABVP state secretary Raman said: “This is the first time that a girl has been elected president in Saket PG College Ekta has been active on issues faced by women in the college for the last one year and hence was considered as a candidate for the president’s post” ABVP organisation secretary of UP and Uttarakhand Dharmpal said the unit has been promoting girls in student union politics “This year among ABVP’s 52 candidates who won posts in student union elections in Meerut University and its 16 affiliated colleges 29 are girls ABVP has also fielded girls for the posts of president and vice-president in the student elections in Agra University” he added “In the last two years a change has been witnessed… more and more girls are coming out to contest student union elections in UP The ABVP is giving preference to them if they are found eligible” said Dharmpal Ekta’s elder sister Shweta is the zila panchayat chairman of Faizabad supported by SP For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: March 9 2016 2:12 pm Fawad Khan says his role in the forthcoming Karan Johar directed romantic- drama “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” is an important one and not just a cameo Related News Pakistani actor Fawad Khan says his role in the forthcoming Karan Johar directed romantic- drama “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” is an important one and not just acameo The film which is scheduled to release this Diwali stars Ranbir Kapoor Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Anushka Sharma in lead roles Fawad who made his debut with the 2014 film “Khoobsurat” plays a DJ in the film and says he will be seen in a completely new avatar “It’s not exactly a cameo but it becomes a backbone for a certain conflict of a character in the movie It’s like 15-20 days of work My role is that of a DJ So it’s cool I have tried something new altogether I am wearing a completely new costume I wouldn’t mind playing a cool guy character or a complete buffoon as well” Fawad told PTI Also read:Fawad Khan: Want to be known as a globalactor The 34-year-old actor said he is currently experimenting with his work and his role in “Ae Dil Hai Mushkil” will be different from Rahul Kapoor his character in the upcoming “Kapoor & Sons” “Right now I am experimenting (with) these things I am loving the stuff I’ve done in the film the walk the talk the way you carry yourself It’s competent different from what Rahul Kapoor is” “Kapoor & Sons” also stars Alia Bhatt Sidharth Malhotra Rishi Kapoor and Ratna Pathak Shah The film directed by Shakun Batra revolves around two estranged brothers who are forced to return to their childhood home when their 90-year-old grandfather wants to see them It hit theatres on March 18 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Updated: January 9 2014 11:59 pm Related News It is the site of a larger battle between forces of moderation and extremism The continuing violence in Bangladeshfollowing the execution of Islamist leader Abdul Quader Mollahand the political cloud over the general elections scheduled for January 5 are of great consequence for the entire subcontinent That Bangladesh is deeply divided on these issues is not in doubt If many in Bangladesh have welcomed the execution of Mollaha leader of the Jamaat-e-Islamias long overdueradical groups have gone on the rampage Mollah was convicted by a war crimes tribunal of murdering a family of 11 and aiding the Pakistan army in killing 369 people The divide in Dhaka has fed into the bitter rivalry between the Awami Leagueled by Sheikh Hasinaand the Bangladesh Nationalist Partyled by Khaleda Ziathat has long undermined political stability in the nation and limited the realisation of its vast economic potential The current violence is also about two very different conceptions of Bangladesh Hasina swears by secularism and ethnic nationalism; Zia is now in the thrall of the Jamaat-e-Islamiwhich collaborated with the Pakistan army in the genocide against Bengalis in 1971and other extremist groups that seek to bring the nation under the sway of political Islam Those who joined the Pakistan army in mass murder should have been brought to justice long ago The political twists and turns in Bangladesh over the last four decades gave much impunity to those who participated in the genocide After her massive victory in 2010Hasina formed a war crimes tribunal to bring the collaborators to justice The unfolding developments in Bangladesh are not just internal to the country They are about a troubled history that binds the subcontinent the liberation of Bangladesh from the clutches of the Pakistan army by Indian forces in 1971 It is also about the political future of the subcontinent As extremists took to the streets in Bangladeshtheir ideological kin in Pakistan were quick to react Hafiz Mohammad Saeedchief of the Lashkar-e-Taibanow going by the name of Jamaat-ud-Dawaled the funeral prayers in Multan for Mollah and accused India of being a part of the conspiracy to eliminate Pakistan lovers in Bangladesh The Pakistan National Assembly passed a resolution condemning the execution of Mollah Pakistan’s interior ministerChaudhry Nisar Ali Khan called it the judicial murder of a man who had stood for the unity of Pakistan The struggle for justice in Dhaka has become intertwined with the general elections Hasina has formed an all-party government in the run up to the elections Her opponents are demanding her resignation and the establishment of a neutral government before the elections are held The Awami League had amended the constitutional provision calling for a neutral caretaker government for three months before elections Because the BNP has boycotted the electionsmany candidates of the Awami League and its allies are likely to win unopposed Hasina might well get a two-thirds majority if the election proceeds as planned Meanwhilethe Jamaat and the BNP are determined to disrupt the processrob the elections of their legitimacy and make it impossible for the next government to function Some in the West and in Bangladesh have criticised the work of the war crimes tribunal on technical grounds The United States and European countries have said that the non-participation of major parties like the BNP is bound to diminish the political credibility of the elections International effortsincluding by the UNto resolve the differences between the Awami League and the BNP have failed There isindeedanother way of looking at the current dynamic in Bangladesh as part of a larger struggle in the subcontinent between the forces of moderation and modernisation on one handand those who want to push the region towards religious extremism on the other At one end of the subcontinentin Afghanistanthe Talibanwith the support of the Pakistan armyis poised to strike at the Afghan people after the international community withdraws troops in 2014 In Islamabadthe Nawaz Sharif government appears to have no political stomach to confront the militant Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistanwhich seeks to overthrow the state and establish an Islamic order For its partIndia would have liked to have stayed away from the current controversy in Bangladesh In the recent elections in the Maldives and NepalIndia has consciously avoided becoming an issue Delhi has signalled its determination to do business with whoever is in power while supporting democratic processes In Bangladeshit has encouraged the BNP to participate in the elections without much effect Despite its muted tonemany see Delhi as a partisan supporter of the Awami League Neutrality will not help India escape the political fallout from the current turmoil in Bangladesh India’s eastern frontier has seen much calm in recent yearsthanks to Dhaka’s determined fight against extremism on its own soil and its unstinting support to India in combating cross-border terrorism This could well be reversed if the Islamist groups backed by Pakistan’s ISI gain ground in Bangladesh Some have argued that a more accommodative posture on Hasina’s part could have moderated the Jamaat and the BNP Others would cite the recent experience in Egyptwhere political power did not change the nature of the Muslim Brotherhood The academic argument can go onbut the die has been cast in Dhaka for a definitive contest between the forces of progress and regression The outcomes from the struggle for justice in Bangladeshthe battle to rescue its history and the war for preserving its secular ethosare likely to have a lasting impact on the subcontinent’s political future and India’s regional security environment It is time Delhi’s political classes paid some serious attention to the developments in Bangladesh The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research FoundationDelhi and a contributing editor for The Indian Express’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 17 2015 12:00 am Related News The Dera Sacha Sauda chief’s fans can breathe easy: after being threatened with an indefinite moratorium Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh’s movie MSG: The Messenger of God has got a reprieve Thanks to the Film Certification Appellate Tribunal which is under the I&B ministry his followers will now be able to see the self-styled godman perform amazing feats of derring-do in bejewelled clothing in the appropriate 70 mm Singh is no stranger to controversy Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) Chief Leela Samson has quit over alleged “interference” “corruption” and “coercion” from the government in the working of the CBFC in general and in this instance in particular with the tribunal apparently clearing the movie in an atypically expedient fashion The CBFC is said to have found the film unsuitable for release purportedly because it promotes superstition But this imbroglio shines a light on the anachronistic character of the CBFC Samson may be correct in accusing the board of corruption — after all Rakesh Kumar the CBFC’s CEO at the time was arrested in August last year for seeking speed money to clear films a sign of just how difficult it can be for a filmmaker to navigate the board’s labyrinthine conditions However the malaise runs deeper still Despite the change in name to remove the word “censor” from its title the CBFC for all intents and purposes is one It imposes arbitrary and often ridiculous standards to censor movies encouraging a competitive politics of hurt sentiment A certification board should do just that: classify films on the basis of a labelling taxonomy that specifies what viewing age a film is appropriate for and offer consumer advice that would detail references to sex violence and coarse language If a viewer is uncomfortable with certain kinds of subject matter she can skip to the next movie This process should be outsourced to an industry body or autonomous entity which represents the interests of filmmakers and their audiences not government Only last month a brouhaha over PK which riled certain Hindutva groups saw Samson go to bat for the film There was the threat that despite being certified by the CBFC the movie would be banned in deference to offended sentiments A body whose authority is so easily undermined and which is known to kowtow to politics cannot easily defend or police the right to free expression For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: July 30 2014 11:53 am The street in Said-ul-Ajaib that is lined with designer studios (Source: Photos: Ajnavi Tarannum) Related News By Samira Bose Said-ul-Ajaib until recently saw footfall because it hosts the Garden of Five Senses within which fine-dining restaurants have laid siege But now the road ahead holds promise too Khasra No 258 in Said-ul-Ajaib is a dirt path accentuated by exposed bricks and faded black doorways Vibrant graffiti on low walls read “Bond” This street which had a chicken shed before is being transformed into a hub for designers and artists A shift from the high-rental Hauz Khas Village and Shahpur Jat this urban village near Saket in south Delhi is now being seen as a “shell where artists can do whatever they want with the space” Graphic designer Jiten Suchede and owner of artisanal chai retail Jugmug Thela was the first to arrive in this lane It’s run down areas such as these that attract artists he says who not only seek respite from the more commercialised (and expensive) spaces but also recognise the potential of an-otherwise unassuming plot Reminiscent of the post-Warhol bohemian shift of art studios to lofts and attics in cities like New York places such as these are experiments in urban spaces a risk artists are willing to take Suchede says they want the space to experience an “organic transformation” rather than a commercial one and in the same breathe he confesses that rents have increased by 50 per cent since last year The first stop in this lane is Bakheda an experimental and spontaneous space for music and art Yellow lamps hang from high ceilings and against cement pillars lean wooden carvings Its faded floors have recently hosted events such as the Troika fashion show and the design show QREOH Indie Festival Co-founder Girish says that the space is open to all kinds of performances and displays and as he speaks children from NGO Karm Marg run around in the background with printed sheets to rehearse a skit on road safety The quirky interiors of one such firm (Photos: Ajnavi Tarannum) The garden behind Bakheda is closed with a brick wall Antique metal trunks lend a quaint ambience The garden connects to the studio and shop of People Tree known for its alternate design aesthetics Then there’s Jugmug Thela and Jugaad known for their environment friendly products and Jamura Design Lab a multidisciplinary firm Designers from each of these outlets are collaborators in revamping this street Inside their studios they have created pools of interest For instance at People Tree exposed bricks have been left untouched and glass partitions make the space look sleeker and open Posters and handmade lamps add to the look Owner Gurpreet Sidhu hopes to use the space for T-shirt painting workshops and slam poetry in the near future Their closed veranda with a tin roof and vertical mirrors seems ideal for such activities “When we came a few years ago this space was basically a chicken shed We saw the potential in such a place that could be converted into an interesting space It’s also a few minutes away from the Saket Metro Station” says Suchede There is a workshop for wooden furniture next to Bakheda and soon the designers might just start gardening as well As the day draws to a close the garden in Bakheda glows with dim lights there is soft music in the air and drinks on tables made from truck tyres This appears to be a space that will open itself out for exploration and dialogue in the coming months Away from the toils and traffic of the city this urban village seeks to make a “space out of a space” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Khaled Ahmed | Published: March 14 2015 12:08 am General Zia-ul-Haq got the judges who had no love for Bhutto to do it because the latter was sending threatening messages to him from prison (Source: Reuters photo) Related News The Supreme Court of Pakistan is currently busy trying to enforce piety in Pakistan in the light of Articles 62 and 63 of the constitution It is certain that the judges will lean towards Islamic jurisprudence and stay away from the argument of work ethic as opposed to ritual worship The government in Islamabad is about to set up a uniform system of namaz Piety wins work ethic loses Most terrorists achieve piety through beards as they kill women and children in the country in the name of Allah Last month retired chief justice of the Supreme Court Nasim Hassan Shah passed away at 86 He was on the bench that handed the death sentence to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Bhutto was sentenced by the Lahore High Court and the apex court rejected his appeal against the decision After his retirement Shah declared that it was a wrong decision “as it was a fit case for lesser punishment” General Zia-ul-Haq got the judges who had no love for Bhutto to do it because the latter was sending threatening messages to him from prison Why did Shah confess to a wrong sentencing after he as a member of the bench had validated Zia’s martial law Why was he named “Man of the Decade” for services to democracy and the rule of law by the American-Pakistan Alliance Washington DC on September 26 1993 He was short — only four feet eight inches tall — with a compensatory instinct for competition with “the normal guys” had a sense of humour and could give as good as he took in repartee After a brilliant academic career he was appointed as judge He was named one of Pakistan’s nominees to the Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague in 1959 and served there till 1977 In the Supreme Court he allowed a Sindhi prime minister Benazir Bhutto to be dismissed by the president but saved a Punjabi Nawaz Sharif from being cashiered the same way A book by journalist Sohail Warraich Adliya key Arooj-o-Zawal ki Kahani (Story of the rise and fall of the judiciary) has the following Q&A exchange: Q: “Do we have any other example in Pakistan of a person being hanged on the basis of advice” A: “No never… During the case there was a view that Bhutto was not directly involved in the murder but [that the] Federal Security Force did it on his advice… In my view Bhutto’s punishment could have been reduced…” Anyway he didn’t dissent on the bench In reply to another question — “Was there any pressure on the judges” — he said “Justice Haleem was under pressure We had different kinds of pressures His only son lived in Karachi He said his life was in danger and he was very scared… basically what could the poor judges do There was one witness testimony after the other” Q: “Couldn’t you have been kinder to Bhutto as he was ex-prime minister” A: “The sentiments at that time were different and one has to do what one has to do” “During martial laws and under stress he proved himself to be a pliable judge” said a leader of the Bar in Lahore about Shah “Otherwise he was a good judge and a fine human being” Like almost all judges in Pakistan he was a conservative man He upheld piety and had to be seen abhorring impiety But piety doesn’t include ethic which remains a profound contradiction within most piety-based religions Ethic pertains to the observance of work-contract and is at times called “work ethic” to make it distinct from “morality” which unfortunately applies exclusively to correct sexual behaviour in Pakistan That’s the only way you can understand why Shah behaved the way he did He once got a plot of land allotted to himself in Karachi saying he was not comfortable staying in the Supreme Court resthouse when he heard cases at the Karachi bench But instead of building a house on it he allegedly sold it He remained pious by Pakistani standards In 2004 he regretted that the national language of Pakistan was not Arabic He referred to the language riots of 1948 in East Pakistan and said that had Arabic been suggested to “our Bengali brothers” they would have accepted it as their national language Shah was clearly out of his depth He was not given to reading books or he would have come across evidence to the contrary in Hassan Zaheer’s The Separation of East Pakistan (1994) The book by a senior civil servant who served in East Pakistan discusses the “the most grotesque suggestion” about enforcing Arabic in East Pakistan The idea was born in the mind of a non-Bengali education secretary of East Pakistan FA Karim who was able to convince the Bengali central education minister in Karachi Fazlur Rehman to adopt it It also caught the imagination of the Punjabi governor of East Pakistan Malik Feroz Khan Noon Thus started the equally grotesque scheme of writing Bengali in the Arabic script and in 1952 there were 21 centres doing this in East Pakistan with central education ministry funding The East Pakistan chief minister didn’t even know that this was happening outside the primary school stream which was a provincial subject Writes Hassan Zaheer: “Such was the insensitivity of the ruling party to popular issues that the East Pakistan Muslim League Council also recommended Arabic as the state language This was not acceptable even to the West Pakistan intelligentsia” What happened to the Muslim League in East Pakistan in the years that followed is history But even in its heyday the party was a fragmented entity part of it striving to keep Bengal united which was highlighted when Huseyn Suhrawardy became prime minister of undivided Bengal in 1946 Its demise happened when it tried to impose separate electorates on East Pakistan another medieval attempt at separating the nation on the basis of religion with which Shah had probably agreed The modern state separated religious morality from ethic and legislated on the basis of the latter What you do with the demands of piety is not the business of the state Any humane penal code is the repository of ethic Only a religious state will make its constitution demand piety as Pakistan’s does with some articles Protestantism in the 16th century broke from the Church of Rome because it saw religiosity overriding the socially more important requirement of work ethic You could actually buy “spiritual exemption” from the Church of Rome The ritual of Hajj does that job for us; even a qawwali can do it to some extent And a cricket team can win approval by praying in public and by doing prostrations on the pitch The writer is consulting editor ‘Newsweek Pakistan’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Tabassum Barnagarwala | Mumbai | Published: May 11 2017 1:51 am Top News STUDENTS of the Indian Institute of Technology Powai are saving lives of women in slums and rural areas using a combination of easy-to-use mobile applications and a pregnancy kit After successful trials in 60 villages of Aurangabad district the technology is set to be operationalised in various health posts of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in the slums of Govandi and Kurla in suburban Mumbai Called ‘Care Mother’ the mobile application helps detect pregnant women categorised as high-risk cases through health workers and link them with doctors for regular check-ups and ante-natal care “The health worker can create an account for each pregnant woman on the mobile application Their basic information is then fed in including blood pressure diabetes status weight age foetal heart rate protein and sugar levels The application identifies high-risk women by calculating a combination of parameters” said co-founder of the application Shantanu Pathak Pathak is attached with the bio-medical department of IIT Bombay where he developed the programme with IIT Madras alumni Aditya Kulkarni Last year the two conducted trials of the mobile app in the fringes of Mumbai along with NGOs In rural areas owing to poor awareness pregnant women do not attend regular check-ups at health camps The health worker or ante-natal care (ANC) workers can use the portable kit to measure blood pressure haemoglobin urine and basic parameters on home-to-home visits and feed all information on the application Local doctors will get an alert on high-risk women identified in the region through the same application loaded on their phones The only glitch for health workers and doctors is that they should have a smartphone that can install the application “It empowers NGOs hospitals and doctors to keep high-risk women such as anaemic or hypertensive on radar” Pathak said In Maharashtra pregnancy induced hypertension can lead to eclampsia which is the most common cause of maternal deaths While the mobile app does not replace sonography tests it aids in tackling common causes of maternal deaths Till now 5000 women have been registered The software uses World Health Organisation guidelines to classify normal and high-risk women by using test results of foetal heart rate previous clinical diagnosis and gestational period “If the weight gain is more than 227 kg a month the mother may be at high risk because of change in amniotic fluid levels The app can decipher such finer details” Pathak said The app also plots a graph to show foetal heart rate by using a device attached to the mother In its pilot programme the appl was used on women in Palghar region The BMC now plans to implement it in 15 health posts before scaling it up The IITians claim at least 90 per cent of common pregnancy woes can be prevented They are now working on adding more features “… In slums where women do not come for regular screening the application will be helpful as basic services will be delivered at the door step” said Dr Mangala Gomare deputy executive health officer BMC The app has been bought by Nagaland government and NGOs from Andhra Pradesh Punjab Himachal Pradesh and Haryana Have a comment or suggestion for Emergency Room Write to [email protected] with subject line: Emergency Room For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: CPM leader Sitaram Yechury on Thursday questioned the government’s silence on the violence in Maharashtra alleging that Dalits may have been excluded from the ruling BJP’s definition of who is Indian Does the BJP govt consider Dalits to be a part of India or not Or are they excluded from being Indian in its definition Only that view explains its silence on what is happening in Maharashtra — Sitaram Yechury (@SitaramYechury) January 4 2018 File image of Sitaram Yechury PTI "Does the BJP government consider Dalits to be a part of India or not Or are they excluded from being Indian in its definition Only that view explains its silence on what is happening in Maharashtra" Yechury said in a series of tweets He said "Sangh ideology is opposed to" the idea of equality of BR Ambedkar one of the architects of the Indian Constitution "As Ambedkar said one person is equal to one vote and one vote equal to one value But until each citizen does not equal the same value in socio-economic terms the struggle must continue" He said the attempts to blame the "historically oppressed sections of our society for speaking up reflect the core beliefs of the BJP-RSS of asserting an old and oppressive social order" Yechury’s tweets came in reaction to clashes during the bicentenary celebrations of the Bhima-Koregaon battle on Sunday and the subsequent violence that spread across Maharashtra

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