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70s, We are creating leaders out of the common lot so that in 2017 vidhan Sabha elections, He said rather than paying heed to the “growing discontent and unease” among the youth of the state, Bal Thackeray and Gopinath Munde but had not uttered a word about Babasaheb Ambedkar’s memorial. has done what he does best in such situations: Hold a meeting with the Army Chief in Islamabad.Sharif is more worried about his fate than Jadhav’s A team formed on the orders of the Supreme Court is looking into his involvement in the purchase of several flats in London worth millions of pounds — this was revealed after the leakage of the Panama documents Also read | The task against a cussedly defiant Pakistan lies ahead There is no doubt that the ICJ’s Order is not a final one For the moment the ICJ has simply asked the government of Pakistan to “take all measures at its disposal” to ensure that Jadhav is not executed pending a final judgment of the Court But many in Pakistan are calling on the government to go ahead with the execution regardless of what the ICJ says It is easier said than done The ICJ is a principle judicial organ of the United Nations Non-compliance with its judgment can lead to sanctions being imposed by the Security Council More importantly it will hurt Pakistan’s position of always adhering to the international legal regime; moreover Pakistan accuses India of not doing the same The thrust of Pakistan’s case in the ICJ is that the court does not have jurisdiction as Jadhav is not covered by the provisions of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations of April 24 1963 Pakistan has also cited a bilateral agreement of 2008 with India which it says supercedes its adherence to the Vienna Convention Also read | ICJ verdict will add to civil-military tensions in Pakistan India argued that the ICJ has jurisdiction under Article I of the Optional Protocol to the Vienna Convention which provides that the Court has jurisdiction over disputes arising out of the interpretation or application of the Vienna Convention In this regard the Court noted that the Parties do indeed appear to differ on the question of India’s consular assistance to Jadhav under the Vienna Convention It further noted that the alleged failure by Pakistan to provide the requisite consular notifications with regard to the arrest and detention of Jadhav as well as the alleged failure to allow communication and provide access to him appear to be capable of falling within the scope of the Convention The ICJ accordingly held that this is sufficient to establish that it has prima facie jurisdiction under Article I of the Optional Protocol? The mouse has been designed and built for the ease of use to the users and also to ‘free yourself’ from the tangle of low wires and stress of battery change. which can offer a standby time of up to 60 days, These are ‘mungerilal ke hasin sapne’ (day dreams). he says. As the most severe crisis Kashmir has faced since 2010 fades from TV screens.

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I am sure he can keep himself safe for two more days, argued Madhukar For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANJALI MARAR | Published: September 25 2017 12:03 pm Parsi New Year 2011 at the Fire Temple in Mumbai (Express Photo: Prashant Nadkar) Related News Strict inbreeding is often blamed for the dwindling population of the Parsi community in India New research by Indian and other scientists now suggests that this might not always have been the case DNA samples from centuries-old skeletal remains of Parsis from Sanjan in Valsad Gujarat show close genetic links of Parsi women with local Indian populations suggesting that Parsi men did intermingle with women from outside their community in the past Researchers Gyaneshwar Chaubey and Veena Mushrif-Tripathy who were part of an international group of scientists that carried out the study over 14 years say Parsi men were likely to have intermingled with and married Indian women after they first arrived on the Gujarat coast in the subcontinent from Iran following the emergence of Islam in that area in the 7th century AD The study has been published in Genome Biology “Since this community was mostly involved in trading and business what we assume is that there was a higher number of males who travelled to parts of present-day Pakistan and India They were probably accompanied by fewer female companions” said Mushrif-Tripathy of the department of Ancient Indian History Culture and Archaeology (AIHC) at Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute Pune According to Qissa-e-Sanjaan a widely believed account of early Parsi settlement in India a local ruler in Sanjan Jadi Rana had offered shelter to the Parsis on the condition that the community accept all local practices The king is also said to have assigned some females to the aid of the newly arrived Parsi men who with time settled and extended their stay in the country “In this process some assimilation with local South Asian women could have taken place particularly during the initial period of their settlement in Sanjan” lead author Chaubey senior scientist with the department of evolutionary biology at the genomics research institute Estonian Biocentre told The Indian Express by email To understand one of the world’s smallest and now shrinking communities Chaubey Mushrif-Tripathy and their team studied 174 Parsi DNA samples from India and Pakistan Twenty-one of these samples were taken from Sanjan the earliest known Parsi settlement in India Sanjan’s Tower of Silence or the dokhama where the Parsi community lay their dead to rest still has some remains from the 14th and 15th centuries Most of the remains from which samples were taken were found buried intact and relatively well preserved despite hot and humid conditions The DNA samples from Pakistan were not older than a century the researchers said “We managed to excavate a number of teeth and long bones from the Gujarat site Out of these we analysed 857 teeth samples 367 bone samples and a total of 180 skulls from this well [the dokhama]” Mushrif-Tripathy said “Carbon dating of these samples have confirmed this dokhama to date back somewhere around 14th-15th centuries AD” she said The DNA analysis showed that while the males had an “almost exclusively Iranian” lineage the female genetic composition showed linkages with local Indian population groups “It clearly indicates that the there were interactions and some kind of mixing with local Gujarati and Sindhi women living in Sanjan during the initial period of their settlement” Mushrif-Tripathy said Chaubey said the Indian population too practiced endogamy at the time so interactions with the Parsis would not have been very common when the Parsis first arrived But as the Parsis continued their stay in India it became possible for the two cultures to interact “This is an ideal example of role of culture After migrating to the Indian subcontinent Parsis did not admix genetically with the local Indian population right away This is because the Indian community also practiced endogamy and did not marry outside their community” Chaubey said “But these interactions did happen over a period of time and that is what we see in the DNA samples of 14th and 15th centuries We believe that it is only much later that the Parsis formed their own smaller groups and started practicing strict marriage rules” [email protected] For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: November 2 2017 5:40 pm Chicken Curry Law stars actors like Ashutosh Rana and Makarand Deshpande Top News A director’s first film sets the benchmark for him says first-timer Shekhar Sirrinn who is gearing up for his upcoming debut Chicken Curry Law “If you are directing for the first time it becomes a challenge in itself It becomes an important part of your career Your first film becomes the benchmark for the rest of your life So I have taken every little decision and step very consciously It was the biggest challenge to reach the audience with the best we could” Sirrinn said Chicken Curry Law featuring actors like Ashutosh Rana and Makarand Deshpande is Sirrinn’s attempt to “show that side of India which is seen by tourists and what they think about our judiciary system” “If after watching this film and understanding our message people change their behaviour and follow Atithi Devo Bhava then I would feel that my film is a success” he said The film is about a foreign artist who comes to India to groom her career in the Indian entertainment industry and gets drugged and raped by two men from influential families It is being touted as a parody on Indian legal system “It’s shameful that people misbehave and there are sexual assault cases It has hampered the country and its image to a great extent” Sirrinn said The director says he chose actors like Ashutosh Rana and Makarand Deshpande as “this is a very serious topic and I wanted performers not just actors” Chicken Curry Law is scheduled to release in early 2018 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News