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"Looks like those notes were very close to his heart..Rattled (sic)" Speaking at an event organised by an industry chamber the Congress leader on Thursday accused Modi and his government of "killing" the economy by firing the "double tap" of demonetisation and GST into its heart He also hit out at the government over job losses and accused it of "disrespecting" the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by not hearing them out and understanding their "pain" after demonetisation and the implementation of GST Chennai: In a post-merger reshuffle of his Cabinet Tamil Nadu chief minister K Palaniswamy on Mondayinducted O Panneerselvam as his deputy The chief minister also accommodated Panneerselvam aide K Pandiarajan in the Cabinet while re-allocating portfolios among existing ministers following the formal merger of the two factions of AIADMK A release from the Raj Bhavan said Tamil Nadu Governor C Vidyasagar Rao has on the recommendation of the chief minister inducted Panneerselvam and Pandiarajan in the state cabinet The governor has also accepted the recommendation of Palaniswamy to designate O Panneerselvam as deputy chief minister it said "The swearing-in of the deputy chief minister and the new minister (Pandiarajan) will be held today at 430 pm" it said Panneerselvam has been allotted Finance a portfolio held by D Jayakumar besides Housing Rural Housing and Housing Development Slum Clearance Board and Accommodation Control Town Planning Urban Development and CMDA hitherto held by Udumalai K Radhakrishnan Jayakumar also holds the Fisheries portfolio and that remains with him Pandiarajan has been given Tamil Official Language and Tamil culture besides Archaelogy hitherto held by Sevoor S Ramachandran and KA Sengottaiyan respectively the release said For live updates on the story click here The nationalism debate or more infamously dubbed the intolerance debate has been the favourite topic of discussion amongthe media politicians leading ideologues of various parties and even politically-inclined students of the country Recently the topic foundnew grounds to restart a dialogue (not so much as open disdain for the other person’s view) in the light of the fracas which took place at Delhi University last week The clash which happened at Ramjas College raised questions similar to those which arose afterthe Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) incident in 2016: A debate overwho is a nationalist and who is anti-national dominated a majority of the prime-time news shows Among the senior politicians who spoke on the issue was BJP leader and Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu Apart from condemningstudents of Ramjas College and Delhi University for holding protest marches against ABVP Naidu accusedtheCongress and the Left of trying to give a "different colour" to the happenings on some campuses File image of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar who was charged with sedition in March last year PTI However Naidu’s most recent comment during an interview with India Today is what is mostalarming Naidu said freedom of expression does not mean liberty to advocate disintegration of the country "I am surprised about the efforts made by the Congress and the Left to give a different colour to issues that are happening in a few universities saying it is an assault on freedom of expression Where is the question of not having the freedom of expression It is guaranteed under the Constitution" Naidu said Lambasting students who raised azadi slogans Naidu said "If raising azadi slogans is not treason then I don’t know what is" Hefurther added that the central government is mulling changing the existing sedition law to make it more stringent Naidu was referring to those "who seekto disturb the integrity and peace in the country through anti-national propaganda" Former JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar and his azadi speech upon being released from jail in March last year may have been on Naidu’s mind Kanhaiya was labelled an "anti-national" and was arrested on sedition charges Referring to the Supreme Court’s ruling that only speech that’s followed by immediate and proximate violence can be considered seditious Naidu said "The slogan of azadi is always followed by violence These people whether in Bastar or Jammu and Kashmir always take to the gun That is the next course Their slogans will be followed by violence" Section 124-A in the Indian Penal Code explains sedition in wide terms "Whoever by words either spoken or written or by signs or by visible representation or otherwise brings or attempts to bring into hatred or contempt or excites or attempts to excite disaffection towards the government established by law in India shall be punished with life imprisonment" The law its implementation its use and misuse have come under severe criticism since itis vaguely worded and gives ample opportunity for those who intend to misuse it The explanations which the lawgives are that the expression "disaffection" includes disloyalty and all feelings of hate In fact Amnesty International in its annual human rights reporthad criticised the Indian government for using the "crude colonial-era" sedition law to "silence" its critics Human rights activists and journalists (in India) faced intimidation and attacks from both state and non-state actors The crude colonial-era sedition law was unleashed to silence government critics Caste-based violence and vigilante cow protection groups harassing and attacking people in states including Gujarat Haryana Madhya Pradesh and Karnataka in the name of upholding laws prohibiting the killing of cows were also highlighted as areas of concern the report said On a global level the report covering 159 countries condemns the growth of "politics of demonisation" which was breeding division and fear around the world Former Supreme Court justice Markandey Katju was himself booked under the sedition law for his remarks on Bihar Explaining what does or does not come under the purview of the law Katju had said "Mere demands and slogans for azadi etc will not be crimes unless one goes further and (1) commits violence or (2) organises violence or (3) incites imminent violence" In 1962 in a case Kedarnath Singh versus state of Bihar the constitutional bench of the Supreme Court had said "What has been contended is that a person who makes a very strong speech or uses very vigorous words in a writing directed to a very strong criticism of measures of government might also come within the ambit of ‘sedition’ But in our opinion such words written or spoken would be outside the scope of the section A citizen has a right to say or write whatever he likes about the government or its measures by way of criticism or comment so long as he does not incite people to violence" The law which is dubbed as outdated and vaguely-worded has been criticised for its lack of clarity The State can use it as a tool against anyone if it so wishes Senior BJP leaders includingArun Jaitley Ravi Shankar Prasad and Kiren Rijiju who have not hidden their displeasure of the campus skirmishes in Delhi and who have openly admitted that any remark for a separate Kashmir is an act of a gaddarare now rooting for a stringent sedition law "Nationalism is a bad word only in India We must take part in any debate related to disputes over nationalism The reason is clear The BJP is committed to its fundamental ideology of love for this country We will certainly present our side if somebody talks about breaking the country" Jaitley had said As this Firstpost article argues Naidu or for that matter everyone who demands arrest of the students under sedition law do not know what treason is according to India’s Constitution We can only imagine that if with a ‘lenient’sedition law this is the case in our country (Kanhaiya Kumar is not the only example of sedition law being ‘loosely’ slapped on an Indian national) we can only be scared of the repercussions if the government seriously decides to make it stringent With inputs from agencies Published: April 3 2014 12:11 am Related News Despite the indictment of Musharraf there is little change in Pakistan’s internal division of power The indictment of former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf on five counts of high treason by the Balochistan High Court is a first for a military ruler of Pakistan No top military commander has ever faced criminal prosecution in Pakistan before let alone in a civilian court Given the setback this looks like for Pakistan’s powerful army it would appear the country is undergoing a structural change that would alter the equations between the army and the civilian leadership Nobody expected the Musharraf trial to come this far and that he could repeatedly fail to appear in court — forcing a non-bailable warrant against him — only served to undermine the court’s authority There was initial speculation that Nawaz Sharif’s government would never dare to initiate high-treason proceedings against a person still viewed by the army as its own But the enmity between Sharif and Musharraf played out Musharraf had deposed Sharif as prime minister in 1999 and would have possibly had him sentenced by the courts had Saudi Arabia not intervened to design an exile for him Today the charges of treason against Musharraf include suspending subverting and abrogating the constitution imposing a state of emergency in November 2007 and detaining 60-odd senior judges If found guilty he could face death or life imprisonment Since his return as PM last year Sharif’s revenge now seems complete in this reversal of roles But even as the court rejected Musharraf’s plea to travel abroad it pointed out that a review of the Exit Control List to take his name off could only be done by the government That’s when the army stepped in and its chief has reportedly “advised” the government to let Musharraf go abroad — in keeping with the sentiment that with his indictment the case should “come to a close” and Pakistan should “move on” Moreover Saudi Arabia the most influential foreign player in Pakistan is reportedly pressuring Sharif to let Musharraf go — just as they had persuaded the general to spare him in 2000 In the end Pakistan is still a long way from structural changes that would alter its internal balance of power The army is clawing its way out of the setback but the government should use the symbolism of this trial to strengthen civilian authority For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anil Sasi | Published: July 24 2013 1:42 am Related News On Tuesday morning?

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A five-day game is more like booking your ticket early and reserving a seat rather than charging around looking for one. The logic is clear. Clearly,who was given the task of the overhaul of the control room,when it received an upgrade from an analog-based system to a digital Internet Protocol (IP) exchange based system." Jaishankar said without naming Pakistan.four centuries under his belt.kill? Thus the real issue is sidelined That the UPA government is trying to extract mileage from this incident cannot distract from the much larger issue of the role of the Gujarat government and its police force in hunting down Muslims on mere suspicion That the law ministry is investigating the role of the law officer who submitted the affidavit then becomes an imperative On what basis did the law officer and the MHA confirm that Ishrat and three others were LeT members And even if they werehow come they were killed after apprehending them two days earlier Is it true that the IB was involved in a sting operation to ensnare Javed Sheikh To gloss over all this and to accuse the law ministry of political opportunism is to legitimise the use of encounters by the Gujarat police for self-gratification and for feeding into the anti-Muslim hatred so central to the Hindutva perspective Gautam Navlakha New Delhi This letter was incorrectly edited and printed on September 12 We sincerely apologise Editor The Pakistan problem • Its hard to believe that men like Mahmud Ali Durrani do exist in Pakistanmore so when they stand by their word Durranis admission that Ajmal Kasab is a Pakistani national had cost him his job But one wonders how he can now help the Indo-Pak peace process Pakistan sticks out as a state in total disarraywhose leaders utterances cannot be taken at face value BesidesPervez Musharraf has admitted that he diverted US aid to arm Pakistan against India How will it ever be possible to negotiate peace with such a state Roda D Hakim Baroda Debate closed • Ashutosh Varshney has rightly brought out the rigidity of MA Jinnahs mind In factwith timeJinnahs insistence on the so-called separate civilisational identities of Hindus and Muslims became belligerent and arrogant Gandhis last-ditch effort to bring Jinnah round to accepting some kind of settlement in September 1944 too proved a failuresolely because of Jinnahs intransigence Its a pity that the country today is debating whether or not Jinnah was responsible for Partition There may be others who too may have to share responsibility for the catastrophe but that doesnt absolve Jinnah of his share of the blame Nar Narayan Ojha New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: May 1 2016 5:23 pm Actor Shahid Kapoor has wished good luck to his friend and “Udta Punjab” co-star Diljit Dosanjh for his new upcoming film “Sardaarji 2” Related News Actor Shahid Kapoor has wished good luck to his friend and “Udta Punjab” co-star Diljit Dosanjh for his new upcoming film “Sardaarji 2” “Here’s wishing my friend and co-star Diljit Dosanjh all the luck for his new film ‘Sardaar Ji 2’ chak de fatte paaji Udta Diljit” he wrote Here’s wishing my friend and co star @diljitdosanjh all the luck for his new film #SardaarJi2 chak de fatte paaji #udtadiljit — Shahid Kapoor (@shahidkapoor) April 30 2016 Directed by Abhishek Chaubey “Udta Punjab” also stars Alia Bhatt and Kareena Kapoor Khan The film highlights the issue of rampant drug abuse among youth in Punjab It features Shahid as a rockstar Alia as a migrant Bihari labourer Kareena as a doctor who is determined to fight the illegal transportation of drugs and Diljit as a police officer The film is slated to release on June 17 Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKochi:Accusing the Modi government of "washing its hands off" on the issue of arrest of a former Indian Navy officer in Pakistan senior Congress MP and former Union minister K V Thomas today demanded that the Centre provide immediate consular access to him Thomas Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee alleged that the speed at which MEA statement acknowledging identity of the arrested man Kul Yadav Bhushan was issued indicated India had been given prior information about the detention "Government of India has the obligation to protect our citizens be they are part of government military or civilian Modi government is washing its hands off the issue by stating that Kul Yadav Bhushan is an Ex-Navy not a RAW member" he said in a Facebook post He said "Yadav should be immediately given consular access Representational image Reuters "Even if Yadav is a RAW member it should be read with the heightened tensions between India and Pakistan including the attacks on Pathankot border skirmishes and many terrorist plots which originates from the other side of the border all of which clearly has Pakistan Army or ISI support" he said "We should be taking all measures to protect our national interest as well as our citizens" the former Union minister said Citing instances like Union minister Prakash Javadekar representing the government at the Pakistan Day function at the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi notwithstanding the invitation to hardline separatist Hurriyat leaders Thomas said "despite a clear intent to destabilize India Modi government is seen to be bending down to Pakistan" "Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif are traveling to Washington to attend the Nuclear Security Summit on March 31st with a possible unannounced meeting or even dropping by in Pakistan "All this at a time when BJP and Modi government is shedding crocodile tears in the name (of) nationalism and taking on students accusing them on abusing the nation and disrespecting the Armed Forces" he said He asked where is the Modi government "who stated we will not tolerate any strikes on India or Indians We’ll always wield the initiative on either being friendly or engaging in aggressive action We will strike at a place and at a time of our choosing" PTI Written by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: April 27 2010 8:55 am Related News Today when cinema and films no longer represent just the wild imaginative realm of thoughts and fantasiesbut instead also deal with the current topics and issues plaguing the nationwe have our very own Mahesh Bhatt who recently announced yet another contemporary hard hitting film If the sources are to be believed then Maheshwill be the creative consultant to a film being produced by Irfan Izhar The film in question is based on Chandrashekhar Prasadthe student leader from Jawaharlal Nehru Universityand an activistwho was shot dead in 1997 while addressing a gathering in SiwanBihar Bhatt who has already begun casting for the said filmhas finalised on Imran Zahid to play the character of Chandrashekhar in the film Producer Irfan Izhar is an NRI and an alumnus of Aligarh Muslim Universitywho is currently based in Dubai Bhatt who for sometime now has been vociferously talking about making meaningful cinema will now be engaged in giving much importance to real life heroes with films For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPatna:After the new Bihar government won the trust vote in the Assembly on Friday Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi said the "unnatural Grand Alliance died naturally" and praised Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for not bowing before RJD chief Lalu Prasad "We are happy that the government of Janata Dal-United and the Bharatiya Janata Party passed the floor test in the house today (Friday)" Sushil Modi told reporters after coming out of the Assembly in Patna Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and his deputy Sushil Kumar Modi PTI He said Nitish Kumar took the decision (to break away from the erstwhile Grand Alliance) at the "right time" as he didn’t compromise on corruption "He didn’t bow in front of Lalu Prasad" the state BJP leader said He claimed the JD(U)’s alliance with the BJP will run smoothly for the next 40 months and the new government will work to take Bihar to new heights in development Attacking the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) over moving the Patna High Court Sushil Modi said Nitish Kumar had already told the governor about the support of 131 assembly members to his government and hence there was no need for the governor to invite the RJD to form the government "If they had the majority why didn’t they pass the floor test" he said "The floor test proved that the government has the majority It (Grand Alliance) was an unnatural alliance which died naturally" he added Sushil Modi said Nitish Kumar had earlier urged the RJD leaders to put their version on the corruption charges before the public but they didn’t come forward as they didn’t have any answers Nitish Kumar on Wednesday resigned as the Chief Minister of the Grand Alliance government — comprising the Janata Dal-United the RJD and the Congress — and joined hands with the National Democratic Alliance and took oath of office the next day Targeting Lalu Prasad’s younger son Tejashwi Yadav Sushil Modi — who was Deputy Chief Minister earlier too to Nitish Kumar in the JD(U)-BJP alliance regime — said: "In the assembly today Tejashwi didn’t speak a single word on charges of over benami properties worth Rs 1000 crore against him" "The people of Bihar want to know how the 28-year-old son of Lalu Prasad amassed so much property" the BJP leader said Written by Anuj Bhuwania | Updated: March 12 2015 8:42 am The primary problem with this kind of argument for India’s Daughter is that none of the accused has asked for any such restraint on the film Related News A lot has recently been said to justify a ban or at least postponement of the telecast of the documentary India’s Daughter Two apparently contradictory grounds have been cited First the misogynistic statements of the accused and their lawyers in the film could be said to amount to “hate speech” under Section 153A of the IPC Second the accused Mukesh Singh’s right to a fair trial would be jeopardised as his seeming lack of remorse during his interview would ensure an absence of judicial sympathy in sentencing him The first ground hinges on this question: does the accused have a right to express and publicise his views even if they are repulsive and repugnant to many In a country with a million mutinies where political dissent is increasingly dealt with through criminal law to muzzle the speech of the accused under a provision as sweeping as Section 153A would ensure that the political nature of such “crimes” does not emerge in the public sphere The second ground seems more persuasive: the contents of the film especially the interview with one of the accused will interfere with the second appeal still pending in the Supreme Court But there is a crucial difference between this case and previous cases where the courts have restrained coverage of a pending trial: it has hitherto been done at the behest of the accused In the case of Black Friday for instance the Bombay High Court ordered that the film’s release be postponed after an accused filed a writ against it — he felt the film would prejudge him when the trial was still on Then take Afzal Guru’s infamous TV confession and India Today’s story on the confession of the accused in “the Batla House encounter” In both cases the accused quickly repudiated these media accounts and approached the courts to stop their publication Share This Article Related Article The primary problem with this kind of argument for India’s Daughter is that none of the accused has asked for any such restraint on the film In fact Singh and two defence lawyers seemed to participate actively in the film The only aggrieved party here would be the other accused who alone could ask for this film not to be shown In India’s Daughter Singh makes many apparently self-incriminating statements while reconstructing the events of December 16 2012 but with a crucial rider: he emphasises that he was just driving the bus through it all while the other accused committed the actual crimes The interview that Singh gave in the film would probably not help him in the pending appeal even if he thought so but the point is that the accused and his lawyers are the best judge of this So long as there is informed consent from the accused there should be no paternalistic second guessing of their agency What often gets forgotten is how crucial media strategy is in high-profile cases It is a truism which gets repressed because of the stubborn fantasy of an unmediated trial In two other high-profile cases of Rajesh and Nupur Talwar and of Binayak Sen where appeals are pending the accused have repeatedly spoken to the media about the crimes they have been convicted of by the trial court It is not entirely clear if their respective media strategies have helped them but it would be difficult to argue that it has not affected their cases Certainly nobody would ask for a ban on their speaking to the media They may have pursued a high-risk strategy but it should be left to the accused and their lawyers to choose their media advisories The key difference between the media statements of Singh the Talwars and Sen on one hand and of Afzal Guru and the three Batla House accused on the other is that the former were voluntary while the latter were obviously involuntary Afzal’s and the Batla House confessions to the media were obtained in police custody and the nature of that process is a public secret in India To compare such confessions with the others would be to miss something important The incarceration of the accused while the case is still being adjudicated on leaves them with limited resources to fight such cases in the court of public opinion The prosecution has no such limitations Often access to the media even if limited enables the accused to give their side of the story There are many situations where they need access to the media to ensure that their rights are not violated — for instance when they are subjected to custodial violence There is a need to focus on enabling and empowering the accused to adopt a media strategy that is not unfair to them rather than wish away the media’s presence Most commentators however well-intentioned seem to continue to live in a state of wilful denial about the endlessly mediatised nature of trials like the December 16 case It is time to stop The writer teaches sociology at the South Asian University Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abhinav Kumar | Updated: February 18 2016 12:34 am JNU students’ union (JNUSU) president Kanhaiya Kumar Related News India is bitterly divided about the arrest of the JNU students’ union (JNUSU) president Kanhaiya Kumar The tendency to paint the issue in black and white is regrettable For detractors of JNU it is a clear case of sedition For supporters it is about the autonomy of a university and freedom of speech Both are absolutist positions and from the point of view of a concerned police officer and citizen both are an assault on the public interest Unfortunately our shrill public discourse allows for few nuances It is now a debate less about the freedom of speech and more about the freedom of screech Caught in the middle is Delhi Police and its leadership It has been called a stooge of the ruling party and worse On the other side people are decrying its actions as too little too late The Constitution CrPC and IPC do not treat freedom of speech as absolute and subject it to various restrictions Article 19(2) provides for reasonable restrictions The CrPC provides for preventive arrest when a breach of peace is apprehended whereas the IPC contains several sections that provide for punishment for different types of hate speech India is not unique in providing for legal restrictions on certain types of offensive speech Of course the sedition law is a legacy of the Raj But successive governments of all political persuasions haven’t removed it from the statute books and have invoked it This says something about its continued relevance In Kedar Nath the Supreme Court not only circumscribed Section 124A it also held it to be constitutionally valid This was in 1962 decades before Punjab Kashmir and countless other terror strikes that India has faced JNU Row: What Delhi Police’s Failure To Ensure Order At The Patiala House Court Tells Us The present case is likely to reopen the logic of that judgment There is every possibility that if brought to trial this case too will eventually wind up in the SC Whether the court will widen or narrow the scope of Section 124A is hard to say As things stand Delhi Police has taken cognisance of a complaint registered an FIR arrested one accused after preliminary investigation and produced him before a court of law The magistrate having jurisdiction took cognisance and remanded him twice to police custody The investigation is on Given that remand had been granted twice it appears that the magistrate was satisfied that the initial FIR and investigation contain sufficient ingredients for criminal prosecution As of now Kumar has been sent to 14 days of judicial custody Delhi Police of course has the legal authority to finally chargesheet him in the same or different section or to file a closure report and drop the charges altogether Procedurally Delhi Police has acted in accordance with the law Of course Kumar and his supporters have the liberty to approach higher courts and seek the quashing of the FIR Many have questioned the motives of Delhi Police However they forget that the two duties of the police are the prevention and detection of crime and the maintenance of law and order The police may be faulted for applying Section 124A However they have a duty to prevent and preempt the possible consolidation of anti-national elements in a university in the national capital We have suffered enough terror strikes for the police to be a bit paranoid and err on the side of caution If Section 124A is unwarranted that can be rectified by the investigating officer or the courts But are we going to question the very wisdom of acting on such a sensitive issue At what point would police action be justified Doesn’t decrying the “murderers” of Afzal Guru also amount to criminal contempt of the SC Today it is merely about shouting offensive slogans tomorrow it could be about merely allowing terrorists safe haven and then about active participation in terrorist activities Does the free-speech dimension of this case trump every other consideration Sedition Case: Visuals Of Lawyers Sloganeering At The Patiala House Policing a democracy was never going to be easy But it would be nice if for once on such an important issue that concerns both the health and safety of our democracy the police were given the professional freedom and space to act in accordance with the law without being reviled or demonised The writer is a serving IPS officer Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIndoor volleyball is a sport played by two teams with six players each separated by a net in a restricted area. in the form of a mobile application.

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