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AFP The attorney general could not be reached for comment by The Associated Press, Aditya Tare (25 Lakhs),clear strategy,3 billion people in India.#Padmavati — Deepika Padukone (@deepikapadukone) January 28, this is what SLB said about how he looks at Padmavati.for those who assume what he is making without knowing the script are wrong pictwittercom/ksfBGe5MW0 — Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) January 28 2017 Also read |Attack on Sanjay Leela Bhansali: Will not allow ‘obscenity’ on land of Rajputs says Karni Sena chief Passionately defending its action of vandalising the sets of Padmavati and assaulting Bhansali the Rajput Karni Sena chief Lokendra Singh Kalvi said “Will not allow ‘obscenity’ on land of Rajputs” He asserted that if history and traditions are not respected then nothing but doom awaits them But point to note is when this “unknown” outfit is not picking arms against a film where do they hide and what’s their identity otherwise Do they think Bollywood is a place to attain some light For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: April 30 2015 12:32 am Mayoral candidate Sovon Chatterjee with Mamata (Source: IE photo by Partha Paul) Related News The extraordinary success of the Trinamool Congress in the West Bengal urban bodies elections is a big boost for Mamata Banerjee The party won 70 of the 91 urban bodies in the state and its tally in the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (114 out of 144 wards) surpasses the best the Left Front managed in its heyday It has won all major urban bodies across the state barring Siliguri the second largest city which went to the CPM Despite a series of scandals — the Saradha chit fund scam for instance — and dissensions rocking the party and government the Trinamool has managed to keep in check its main rival the CPM and potential challenger the BJP Share This Article Related Article With West Bengal set for assembly elections next year the municipal poll results should worry the opposition Urban body poll results need not necessarily be replicated in assembly elections but they can hint at the mood on the ground Notwithstanding the large-scale violence and allegations of rigging the scale of the Trinamool win indicates the continuing dominance of the party in the state’s urban pockets By all accounts the opposition didn’t have the tactical imagination or the organisational machinery to deepen the faultlines within the Trinamool or exploit the possible dissatisfaction with the Mamata administration Much was said about the rise of the BJP but the party lacking a robust organisation in the state and a credible regional leadership could not match the hype The CPM appears to have arrested its decline though a revival is not in sight A divided opposition helped the Trinamool sweep the polls Clearly the challenge to the Trinamool can come only from a party that can match the former’s organisational might and also consolidate the anti-incumbency sentiment in its favour While the political aims of the Left and the Congress overlap the CPM central leadership including new general secretary Sitaram Yechury has persistently discounted the possibility of a partnership The new CPM politico-tactical document has left a window for state leaderships to build tactical alliances at the regional level in accordance with local party compulsions The urban bodies poll outcome could force the Left and the Congress to have a conversation in West Bengal which could then have ramifications for national politics For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: New York Times | Published: November 24 2014 12:51 am There are no easy solutions for the Democrats Related News President Obama’s executive order eliminating the threat of deportation for millions of undocumented immigrants is good policy It is the right thing to do But it is a dangerous move for the Democratic Party Yes immigration is an important issue for most Latinos and Asian-Americans And yes 63 per cent of Latinos and 66 per cent of Asian- Americans voted for Democratic candidates for Congress in the midterms The executive order could solidify and expand that support for years to come But Latinos and Asian-Americans made up only 11 per cent of the electorate Even if immigration were the only issue driving their vote — and it most certainly was not — it could have shifted the national partisan balance of power by only a few percentage points Whites meanwhile accounted for 75 per cent of the electorate Far more than any other group whites will decide the fate of the parties in the years to come Unfortunately for the Democratic Party the data suggest that immigration very much matters for whites Immigrants are moving to almost every corner of the nation They usually look different from the white majority And irrespective of the facts the dominant narrative maintains that immigrants rely heavily on public services like welfare education and healthcare that immigrants take jobs from native-born workers and lower their wages and that immigration is leading to cultural decline Polls indicate that an overwhelming majority of white Americans view illegal immigration as a serious problem A third think immigration overall is bad for the country This anxiety is coupled with an increasingly clear partisan divide on immigration No Democrat in the Arizona Legislature for example supported the 2010 state law known as SB 1070 which among other things directed law enforcement officers to check the immigration status of people they’d arrested or stopped; all but one Republican voted for it Republicans have condemned Obama’s executive order as a usurpation of Congress’s authority Put it all together: Many white Americans see that America is changing believe that immigration is driving many of the negative changes and know that one party stands largely on the side of immigrants while the other party stands largely in opposition For many whites this is a powerful motivation to vote Republican As a result there is now a tight relationship between views on immigration and the vote In the midterms 75 per cent of Americans who felt that most illegal immigrants should be deported voted Republican In contrast only 35 per cent of those who favoured a chance for undocumented immigrants to apply for legal status supported Republican candidates Of those who saw immigration as the nation’s most important problem 74 per cent went Republican For the Democrats the consequences are severe Only 38 per cent of white voters in the midterm elections sided with Democratic candidates Almost two-thirds of whites without a college degree voted for Republicans in the midterms; as recently as 1990 these voters overwhelmingly favoured Democrats There are no easy solutions for the Democrats Shifting to the right is not possible given the party’s strong pro-immigration constituencies Half of the Latino and Asian-American populations profess no allegiance to any party Shifting to the right on immigration might cost more minority votes than it gains white votes The Democrats could simply hold tight and wait until changing demographics give them an edge That might be an effective long-term strategy but it is likely to give Republicans control of the levers of power for decades Obama’s approach — moving to the left — makes all kinds of sense from a policy standpoint The data show that immigrants are generally not a burden on America They work hard They use relatively few government services They contribute to the economy A vast majority of the undocumented have committed no crime other than crossing the border They should be allowed to stay But as long as whites represent a vast majority of voters and as long as most remain sceptical of immigrants supporting immigrants’ rights will be likely to hurt the Democrats The dilemma isn’t going away The writer is a professor of political science at the University of California San Diego and a co-author of ‘White Backlash: Immigration Race and American Politics’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 10 2017 4:02 am Top News With the objective of curbing the increasing wastage of agricultural produce the Mahara-shtra government has decided to set up an expert committee to study the problem and recommend measures The journey of farm produce from farmland to urban vegetable markets witnesses a nearly 30 per cent wastage This means a farmer who takes 100 kg of produce to the market ends up being paid for only 70 to 75 kg with 20 to 25 per cent of the goods getting damaged in handling and on account of improper or inadequate storage facilities “Various studies have shown that due to absence of effective storage systems and the handling of the produce by a number of players who are of the distribution chain sees spoilage of the produce and loss the a farmer In order to stop this and find ways of how his returns can be optimised the government has decided to set up a committee to look into the issue” said a state government official Farmers have always factored this wastage into their prices However with rising competition and global attempts to ensure stoppage of food wastage there has been a growing demand to cut these losses For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi:Union minister Vijay Goel on Friday launched a campaign against air pollution in the national capital and accused the AAP government of failing to fight the menace The "mass movement" against pollution will be carried out through the support of resident welfare associations non profit groups and traders and market associations in the city Goel said File image of Vijay Goel AFP He alleged that the AAP government was in "slumber" when air pollution reached alarming levels "They do not have any concern about people The odd-even scheme announced recently was just a drama to show people that the government cared for them" said Goel who is the Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs He hit out at the Delhi government for not taking any measures to curb dust pollution and industrial effluents that were the prime reasons for high levels of pollutants in the air "Road dust construction activities and industrial pollution are the main reasons but nothing has been done to check it" he said at a press conference The minister also criticised the "dilapidated" public transport system in the city and said that in case of need he may take up the issue of metro fare hike with the Centre "Efforts will be made to increase the number of passengers in metro If need be I will raise the issue of fare hike at the Centre" he said when asked about an RTI query which has revealed that the Delhi Metro lost over three lakh commuters a day due to the fare increase He also asked the BJP ruled municipal corporations to curb unauthorised construction in the city to combat pollution Ballia: The Samajwadi Party on Tuesday hit out at the Narendra Modi-led BJP government claiming that it had a special concern for the Muslim women and asked when the ruling party would address the problems faced by Hindu widows Representational image AFP Speaking to reporters Samajwadi Party national general secretary Ramashankar Vidyarthi also blamed the statements made by Congress leaders Mani Shankar Aiyar and Kapil Sibal for the Congress’ defeat in the Gujarat Assembly elections "The BJP government has a special concern to address the interests of Muslim women but it is unable to see the plight of Hindu widows" he claimed The condition of the Hindu widows is very bad and are kept away from various social programmes he said "When will any attention be given to the Hindu widows and when steps will be taken to provide them equal rights" he asked the prime minister On the election results the Samajwadi Party general secretary said "The Congress lost the (Gujarat Assembly) elections due to the statements made by Mani Shankar Aiyar and Kapil Sibal It was because of their remarks that the BJP resorted to communal polarisation and was able to register a victory" He also said the Samajwadi Party would review its performance in the Assembly elections held in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh Written by Pratik Kanjilal | Published: November 30 2013 3:15 am Related News Are we doomed to suffer gender politics by other means to the bitter end of the campaign trail The world this week appears to consist of the following: Narendra Modi and Amit Shahwith or without female subject of surveillance in frame Kapil Sibal protesting that he is neither anyones shareholder nor unclea canard raised by the BJP for which it was curiously not taken to task Andof coursethe reappearance of a confident Tarun Tejpalwhose saga is becoming the new national soap The moral tragedy is giving such competition to the saas-bahu lot that a Hindi channel claimed to have stationed a reporter at every checkpoint from Mumbai to Goato grasp its essence better Embarrassinglythe dozens of journalists stationed outside Tejpals house failed to detect his flight to an undisclosed locationbecause of which reporters had to be tastefully scattered all over DelhiMumbai and Goa in the first place Meanwhilethe cameras outside Shoma Chaudhurys house attracted BJP protesters who vandalised the property a bit with black paint andin effecttarred and feathered their own party The channels probably welcomed the excitementno matter if it was bizarre It produced the only fresh footage relating to Tejpal that they would get between Chaudhurys resignation at the crack of dawn on Thursday and Tejpal suddenly coming up for airtime at Delhis airport yesterday afternoon Thereafterthe channels had to wait impatiently for Tejpals plane to landwith only Times Now being able to pretend with any success that the story was still breaking An old hand at this gameit can make the Upper Paleolithic look like news Wonder if youve noticedbut the channels are so starved of footage to keep the chase story rolling that some of the new videos were taken with cellphones The story will pitch ever higher and then die down over the weekendbut in the interimexpect to see much citizen journalism-like video But with Tejpals flight in midairthe Goa police arguing that he was trying to evade themit may have looked like the end of the story to Times Now In a TRP harvest frenzyit promised an explosive exclusive from the airportin which Tejpal had apparently spoken for the first time on camera since the scandal broke It ran the promo over and over again for almost an houruntil one began to suspect that the footage and the cameraman had climbed into the flight with Tejpal (which indeed was the case) When it ranthe exclusive was indeed quite interestingshowing Tejpal at his ease in a loungeas affable as he had been in the departure area But the track had been shot by someone who was not used to handling spy cameras The video was upside down part of the timethe audio was largely inaudible and there was nothing to report It suckedbut the stinger had been stung Tejpal had accused the media of being too loud Trueperhaps it had to be loud about its ownafter shrieking about Asaram Bapu and his ilk Perhaps the thrill of the chasevery visible on TVwould have been absent if Tejpal had not been a journalist partial to crusadesbut a ball bearing manufacturer But as the cat and mouse game ended with the mouses flight winging down towards the felinely satisfied smile that Manohar Parrikar wears these daysone wondered if the story was actually beginning Chief ministers usually need to see people dropping like flies before they move a muscle The deep interest that the Goa CM has taken in this matter is an exception Perhaps a welcome one Or perhaps not [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 15 2017 8:58 pm Imad Wasim is set to feature for Durham Top News After winning the Champions Trophy in England two of the players from the Pakistan side – Imad Wasim and Sarfraz Ahmed are set to play in Natwest T20 blast While Imad Wasim will join Durham skipper Sarfraz Ahmed will play for Yorkshire both subject to securing the work permit Imad Wasim was a prominent member of Pakistan’s Champions Trophy winning squad He is renowned for his left-arm spin bowling and has the ability to bowl during the powerplay oversHe is also rated highly in T20 international cricket where he has scalped 23 wickets at an average of 1673 and a remarkable economy rate conceding just 583 runs an over Wasim is also a decent striker of the ball and can bat lower down the order Meanwhile skipper of the Pakistan side Sarfraz Ahmed who has signed for Yorkshire as an overseas player will look to impress while he plays in England He is set to replace Australian Peter Handscomb and will most likely play a total of five matches where he will be fulfilling wicketkeeping duties Yorkshire is currently second in the North Group of the Blast They have won one lost one tied one and seen one match abandoned It may be recalled here that earlier Pakistan won the Champions Trophy in England when they secured a comprehensive win over arch-rivals India In the final Fakhar Zaman’s remarkable hundred and Mohammad Amir’s terrific new ball spell helped Pakistan beat India by a margin of 180 runs and lift the trophy for the first time in their cricketing history For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shradha Chettri | New Delhi | Published: May 20 2017 4:31 am Delhi University (Source: File) Top News The first year examinations at Delhi University’s Law Faculty had to be postponed on Friday after students who were detained for not having enough attendance created ruckus Police had to be called to control close to 70 students who were upset at not being able to write the semester exams Seeing the violence the professor in-charge of the three centres — the Law Centre-I Campus Law Centre (CLC) and LC-II — on advice of the proctor late in the evening said that the students will be given provisional admit cards However the Dean of the faculty Ved Kumari has written to the Vice Chancellor Yogesh Tyagi and said that she will not take responsibility “if Bar Council of India (BCI) derecognises the degree of the faculty” “The professor-in-charge (PIC) may issue their admit cards with the noting that this is subject to the approval of the V-C This is for your information record and necessary action” said the letter However the students say that issuing of the provisional admit card will not help “We have already missed two out of the five papers What will happen to the exams that we missed” said a student who did not wish to be named Prior to this letter the Dean along with the PIC had appealed to the students saying that the issuance of the admit card is not within their powers “Admit cards can be issued only with pursuance and with direction of the BCI or the court Any violation of the BCI rules and issuance of admit cards to detained students may result in de-recognition of the LLB degree of the faculty affecting the future of 5500 students enrolled” read the appeal As per BCI rules a student should have minimum 70 per cent attendance to be eligible to take the examination The Law Faculty is already facing wrath of the BCI for not following norms of the Legal Education Rules 2008 and a fine of Rs 30 lakh has been imposed On Friday the students had the Law of Crimes -II examination The detained students of Law Centre I and II got embroiled in violence after they heard that detained students of CLC were allowed to write the exam According to a source the professor-in-charge of CLC had allowed students to write the exam considering their future On hearing this the detained students of the other two centres got furious and went to disrupt the exams at CLC However exams were held in LC-I and II “As there were separate rules for students of three centres this problem happened” said Gorav Arora a student of LC-I who took the exam The examination was then postponed and the students were informed that the new date will be notified soon There are a total of 2310 students enrolled in the first year at the faculty For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBengaluru:Amnesty International’s India chapter on Tuesdaysaid none of its employee had shouted any anti-India slogan at an event on Kashmir in Bangaluru allegations based on which sedition charges were slapped against the human rights body Amensty India said allegations mentioned in a complaint by an ABVP representative against it were "without substance" and that only discussion at the event on Saturday was about allegations of human rights violations and denial of justice in Jammu and Kashmir Local police had slapped sedition charges against Amnesty International India yesterday following allegations that anti-India slogans were raised at the event organised by it during a discussion on Kashmir issue Representational image Reuters "No Amnesty International India employee shouted any slogans at any point" the human rights organisation said in a statement referring to allegations that "slogans were raised that Indian Kashmir should be part of Pakistan" To charges that the event indirectly supported terrorists Amnesty said the only discussion that had taken place was about allegations of human rights violations and the denial of justice to families in Kashmir "These are issues that have regularly been discussed in the media They have been written about at length by members of Parliament politicians judges and civil society"it said The event was held as part of a campaign based on the report "Denied: Failures in accountability for human rights violations by security force personnel in Jammu and Kashmir" published in July 2015 it said Amnesty said the report was based on in-depth research in Jammu and Kashmir including interviews with family members of "victims" RTI applications examination of police and court records and interviews with civil society groups lawyers and government officials The families of three Kashmiri victims that were interviewed for the report were invited to share their stories at the event said Amnesty About allegations that some people at the event tried to assault ABVP activists it said "No Amnesty International India employee was involved in any form of assault" "Towards the end of the event some of those who attended raised slogans some of which referred to calls for ‘Azaadi’ (freedom) Amnesty International India as a matter of policy does not take any position in favour of or against demands for self-determination "However Amnesty International India considers that the right to freedom of expression includes the right to peacefully advocate political solutions Amnesty International India had invited the Bengaluru police to be present at the event in the interest of the security of the invited families and other attendees" the statement said About allegations that Sindhujaa Iyengar an Amnesty employee and two others raised raised anti-national slogans it said Iyengar was not present on stage at any point during the event Amnesty said footage of the event has been shared with the police The rights body said Amnesty has worked extensively on human rights violations in Pakistan including "the enforced disappearances and unlawful killings of political activists in Balochistan violations by security forces in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and violence against journalists by groups including the ISI"

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