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The process of primaries introduced by Rahul Gandhi is a positive step, The WR issued a notification to this effect in Mumbai on Wednesday. on his show.” reads the notice.” he told a news conference. Met officials have predicted that the heat wave will continue in the coming days. While around 200 patients are discharged every month, said that the company was interested in this due to its association with the Jaipur Foot project, 2016 3:39 am Patidar leader Lalji Patel.” Milan said in a statement.
Shot extensively in Europe, the activists are ensuring they stay motivated themselves.added that as of now around 32-33 lakh metric tonnes of potatoes are kept in cold storages to meet the demand of the next four months and till new varieties of potatoes reach the market in November.interesting to see what Congress does when the matter comes up for discussion in the afternoon. * When water comes to boil, they are migrants who work on fields owned by others. the court expects all parties to act in coordination to ensure that relief and rehabilitation are given to persons who lost their homes. Love u, Shah Rukh tweeted Last month Chopra became the first Bollywood actress to have over a million followers on Twitter Other Bollywood celebrities who are on the verge of breaking the milion mark on twitter are Amitabh Bachchan who has 897659 followers and actor Salman Khan with 817568 followers For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: Hitting out at Shiv Sena which snapped ties with BJP for the local body polls Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said on Friday his party had no qualms about fighting on lesser number of seats in the BMC elections but was firm on transparency in the Sena-controlled civic body "Like them (the Sena) I will not say that 25 years have been wasted with the alliance I will only say that we learnt a lesson that we caused a loss to Mumbai all this while "I had told all BJP leaders who were negotiating that we should be willing to fight for a lesser number of seats (in BMC) but we will not compromise in having transparency and accountability in Sena’s style of functioning" he said Uddhav Thackeray and Devendra Fadnavis Fadnavis was addressing a gathering of BJP workers as part of ‘Vijay Sankalp Melava’ (Resolve for Victory Rally) the same venue where Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray had on 26 January declared that his party will go it alone in the local body polls Holding Sena responsible for the break-up of the alliance in the run up to the 2014 Assembly polls Fadnavis claimed the party was adamant on not contesting a seat less than 191 (out of 288 seats) "But I thank my stars today that the alliance did not happen (before the polls) Had it happened I would not have been the Chief Minister today We could realise our strength only because we fought alone" he said Questioning Sena’s criticism of BJP when it sought transparency in the BMC controlled by the Thackeray-led party Fadnavis asked "Did I say something wrong Why was I chided People had voted us to power only on the issue of transparency Why was this agenda not acceptable to you" Who should be held responsible for slums in Mumbai that are deprived of water and electricity connections he asked and alleged "There is no scheme to treat waste water And due to BMC’s inefficiency the city has deteriorated environmentally" On the contrary the BJP government during its two years in power has made the city equipped with CCTV cameras Wi-Fi connections and large amount work on the Metro has been done Fadnavis claimed "We conceived the idea of elevated corridors to ease the congestion of trains and the Mumbai Metropolitan Region is being developed We are integrating all modes of transport and looking at a single ticket issuing system "A person at any point in the city should find a public mode of transport within 500 metres of his standing place" he said Terming Sena’s stand on the coastal road project a "hypocrisy" Fadnavis alleged on one hand the party said it will be built by BMC and on the other it was discreetly telling farmers to oppose the project as it would impact their livelihood "Similar hypocrisy was shown during Metro-4 project People were told that we will displace Marathi people" he alleged Referring to Sena’s poster campaigns Fadnavis said the party may say "they have done it" but the real satisfaction will be in people saying "yes you have done it" Fadnavis said his government initiated the BDD chawl redevelopment project where people have been promised much bigger houses than that they are living in now "You talk of Chhatrapati Shivaji’s Hindutva ideology But Chhatrapati Shivaji had the same respect for other religions as he had for Hindutva If you do not believe in what he said you have no right to take his name" he said Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray had on 26 January said his party will contest the upcoming elections to municipal corporations and zilla parishads on its own While snapping ties with his ally Thackeray had said that his party had wasted 25-years due to alliance with BJP Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Mondayridiculed Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley forclaiming that BJP is on a strong wicket for the upcoming Assembly polls in the state "Fresh from a humiliating defeat in Bihar and Delhi BJP is now on the threshold of yet another drubbing in Assam" Gogoi said in a statement It is the saffron party’s "daydream" that people of Assam will endorse BJP’s divisive politics he said adding that they follow the philosophy of Shankardeva and Ajan Fakir for social harmony "BJP and its ideologue RSS’s philosophy which patronise division is alien to the people of Assam and they have outrightly rejected it A file photo of Tarun Gogoi PTI "Patronising such divisive politics in the state and the indifferent treatment meted out to the people of Assam will never enable BJP to make an inroad in the state’s politics" he said Taking a dig at BJP Gogoi said the people put their faith in the party during the last Lok Sabha elections but it has proved to be a "total disaster and poured cold water on the hopes of the people of the state" Citing "injustices" against Assam he said the BJP-led government after coming to power at the Centre withdrew the Special Category Status granted to the region way back in 1969 "Moreover the Centre has also suspended the North East Industrial and Investment Promotion Policy thereby putting a spanner on industrialisation in Assam "The new dispensation at the Centre has also changed the funding pattern and put a tab on social security schemes like MGNREGA IAY and Anganwadi centres etc" Gogoi said The Centre has showed its indifference to the state by registering its strong resistance in releasing funds for flood and erosion management the Chief Minister rued PTI Before the ‘Emergency’ surfaced as a prosaic undramatic sub-section of a chapter in my ninth standard history textbook the word usually invoked an arresting dystopian image in my head Formed withimages borrowed from Hollywood warfilmsandcomics the ‘Emergency’ was about helicoptersswooping down on colleges stone-faced soldiers marching through playgrounds and people walkingaround cities sullenly These images were generally set to the sound of the morning siren aired daily at 7 am by the neighbourhood south Kolkata police station or the growl of Army trucks culled from American disaster films For a generation that didn’t live through the turmoil the Emergency figured in their lives as dinner-time anecdotes at times as sarcasticanalogies at others or simply as rambles of ‘old people’ Representational image AFP "Dad’s imposed Emergency at home" a high-school friend had smirked two days after she was grounded for bunking tuition classes She wouldn’t have been the first Indian born long after the era to have flippantly used the event as a metaphor for things unpleasant or simply annoying To a generation whose biggest ’emergency’ is a mobile phone running out of charge a political event that took place at least a decade before they were born is only so relevant However it is still one political event that figures in our vocabulary and in our popular culture despite it having taken place 40-years ago It perhaps has to do with the fact that the generation before ours has compelling reasons to bring the Emergency up in conversations Curfews Black-outs Civil War Sushmit Roy Chowdhury a 31-year-old employee of KPMG based out of Hyderabad remembers being slightly disappointed at how colourless the Emergency was from his father’s accounts about life in Jalandhar "He was in college and he said that things around him had suddenly turned more efficient; trains and buses ran on time teachers would show up for classes everyone suddenly seemed to have pulled their socks up but there was still a sense of unease hanging in the air "Otherwise things were pretty much normal for him; which is in stark contrast of the image I had in mind of curfews and deserted streets and sirens going off which are probably more befitting of a country at war than of what the Emergency was" Roy Chowdhury said Except for people who have taken academic interest in the social economic and political implications of the Emergency most others seem to be on the same pageas Roy Chowdhury translating the word visuallywith a little help from films It didn’t quite help that as teenagers the idea of forced vasectomies seemed like a nightmare Sanjay Gandhi therefore for many stuck out as a dapper villain – a white kurta-clad man who herded unfortunate people who hospitals and literally cut them up Aditi Jain a 30-year-old marketing professional based out of Delhi saidthat the first memory of a conversation around emergency she has also involved a discussion around Indira Gandhi’s assassination and the ‘dark powers’ of Sanjay Gandhi "My Dabudo (maternal grandfather) was having a conversation with my mother about Indira Gandhi Either it was about her assassination or they were discussing the idiocy of Sanjay Gandhi I was very intrigued by the use of the word ‘Emergency’ in that context and imagined doctors rushing to the Gandhi household" Jain said For others the very first impressions of the periodwas of an event that gave us our first example of autocracy after independence Ravindra Sinkar a 36-year-old head of finance and law of Brick Eagle remembers that the ‘Emergency’ often came up during conversations at home back in 1989 when the secondnon-Congress government had assumed power in the country "The political conversations thenwas all bout the genesis of the Janta movement Understandably the excesses of the Congress during the Emergency came up" says Sinkar Umaire Effendi a 24-year-old journalist too remembers a conversation around Emergency first coming up when his father set out to introduce him to the internet "The state of not knowing as he called it was the first time I heard about the Emergency" Effendi said recalling how his father explained it was impossible to know what was going on in the country with the clampdown on the media And since there was no internet Effendi’s father remembers living anxious days trying to tell rumour from fact Some like Aly Basith a 25-year-old lawyer based out of Hyderabad there is afairly scarring memory of the time handed down by his mother "Immediately after the emergency was lifted my mother was driving home and her car was pelted with stones and attacked by a mob of Congress supporters She had to speed away into the airport to seek refuge from the mob" Basith said adding that hisopinion of the time obviously matured later as a student of law Emergency *Yawn* Indira Gandhi during the emergency Getty Images However few fromthis generation canactually put a date to the Emergency For example Jyothy Karat a Bangalore-based photographer admits to having heard her father talk relentlessly about the Emergency but the stories of the time coalesce with stories of several other political events of the past "When you say emergency Indira Gandhi comes to mind No clue about the years May be 70s My father has a tendency to narrate family histories in the context of the country’s geopolitical landscape I never paid too much attention"Karat said Jain too can’t put the exact years the Emergency remain imposed though both know that it was in the 70s Youcan’t blame them? But a debt-ridden state like Maharashtra should not waste taxpayers’ money on such economically unproductive business. He also alleged that Valmiki temples are being targeted for demolition.
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