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however, "One of the big things my dad was running on was changing Washington, For all the latest Delhi News, However, this reality must not be forgotten." he tweeted about the terror strike at a restaurant popular with foreigners in which 24 people were killed during over 12-hour hostage situation.It’s like a dream come true for all football lovers across India.I’m waiting to be with him and watch this match from this historic stadium in Kolkata" an excited Ambani said ahead of the match With the defending champions ATK taking a sixth minute lead through an Arata Izumi strike Pele was seen fully enjoying the match and cheering from the hospitality box Pele however did not sit through the entire match and left just before the break with ATK leading 1-0 On his third day of the visit Pele had attended a couple of promotional programme in the morning and in the afternoon ATK hosted him a private lunch at the team hotel where he interacted with the players Pele who is on a week’s visit to India returned to the ‘City of Joy’ 38 years after he had come with New York Cosmos will conclude his trip and leave for the national capital on Wednesday This was at the same venue that had hosted several football greats including German great Oliver Kahn who played his swansong match for Bayern Munich It also hosted Lionel Messi studded Argentina in a FIFA friendly against Venezuela on 2 September 2011 Diego Maradona Karl Heinze Rumminiege Diego Forlan and Gerd Muller are among other football greats who had graced the city PTI Written by Priyanka Sahoo | Mumbai | Published: March 7 2017 3:29 am Top News A WEEK after the students union of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) condemned the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) for alleged hooliganism in Ramjas College in Delhi the director of TISS has asked students to stay away from ‘disruptive forces’ and stick to academics In an email to all students of the institute on March 3 TISS director S Parasuraman wrote “What is happening in Delhi University and JNU are very different” “TISS cannot afford to get dragged into problems — DU and JNU are very powerful institutions and they can afford to engage in matters of the kind that is happening there TISS is a simple institution that is working very hard to stay afloat — do not get it trapped into difficulties” the director’s email continued Parasuraman advised students to be aware of ‘disruptive persons’ within and outside the campus who wanted to create trouble in the name of ideologies The letter comes only a week after the institute’s student union issued a statement in support of the students of Delhi University The union had alleged that the ABVP’s motive was to suppress any discussion on issues of the marginalised “The TISS Students’ Union condemns the ABVP’s repeated attempts across the country to suppress democratic spaces and voices and stands in solidarity with the students of Delhi University” read the statement released by the students’ union Some students on the campus said that the letter from the director could be the result of several protests held on campus in the past few months “There have been emails before but this one is different In the past few months the students have held mass protests on several issues such as fee hike and biometrics There have been open protests on the issue of the disappearance of Najeeb Ahmed in Delhi and the latest incident at Ramjas College” said an M Phil student on the condition of anonymity “The mail is intended to threaten students out of this habit of protesting” she said Another student said they would continue to “raise their voices against discrimination” “As the director of the Institute Dr Parasuraman has all the right to maintain discipline within the Institute However as social science students we will protest and raise our voices against any kind of discrimination It is necessary for students to engage in such discourse” said a PhD scholar from the institute [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: May 6 2017 10:23 pm There were several complainants who had booked plots finalised the builder-buyer agreements and made payments to the builder Top News A Delhi court was on Saturday informed that an FIR has been lodged by city police on complaints against Ansal Hi-Tech Township Pvt Ltd and its top officials including Sushil Ansal alleging cheating and duping of investors in a housing project Police told Metropolitan Magistrate Pankaj Sharma that the FIR has been registered at a police station here for the alleged offenses of cheating and criminal breach of trust The action was taken in pursuance to court’s earlier order which was passed after going through the action taken report (ATR) filed by the police which disclosed “ex-facie commission of cognisable offenses” According to advocate Prateek Tanwar appearing for the complainants the court had noted in its order that field investigation by the police was required in the case 14 investors said in their complaint that in 2008 the builder had come out with a plan to develop a township –Sushant Magapolis — in Greater Noida with an assurance of on-time compliance but nothing was done in five years The builder had assured the investors that all zonal plans have been approved and the township shall have self-sustained civic services with best of amenities the complaint alleged There were several complainants who had booked plots finalised the builder-buyer agreements and made payments to the builder it said However after over five years of booking no sign of development was visible and the investors wrote several letters to the builder who did not respond it alleged Neither the money was refunded to the complainants nor was the property delivered to them following which the matter was reported to police the complaint said Sushil Ansal was recently spared by the Supreme Court from serving jail term due to his advanced age-related health problem in connection with 1997 Uphaar Cinema fire tragedy case in which 59 people had lost their lives while his brother was sent to jail for a year For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Amrita Dutta | Published: June 15 2016 12:01 am Despite the PM’s stated objective of ‘sabka saath sabka vikas’ many of the fundamentals of Indian society and politics are up for bitter contestation from the place of minorities to the breathing space for dissent and the nature of citizenship itself (Illustration: Subrata Dhar) Top News How many men were in the mob that killed Mohammad Akhlaq in September 2015 The chargesheet says 15 How many people Union minister and BJP MP from Muzaffarnagar Sanjeev Baliyan wants to know might have eaten a cow alleged to have been slaughtered in Bisara village Dadri Uttar Pradesh around the time of the murder “A cow weighs nothing less than 150 kg and one person alone cannot consume it There should be a probe into what happened and who were involved in the crime” he said The party’s general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya has sought action against the murdered man’s family because “everyone is equal before the law You cannot have privileges simply because you belong to a minority” The sum of the BJP’s response to the definite murder of a 50-year-old Muslim man has been to equate it to the hypothetical slaughter of a 150 kg cow How did we get here If politics is the art of the possible in a democracy language is the politician’s most important tool It is how the demagogue whips passion and the wise leader brokers peace It is through the thrust and parry of debate that a leader puts forth his worldview persuades his voters and brings around his rivals to a pragmatic compromise In the two years since the Narendra Modi government came to power the consensus that underpins the language of public life is in danger of breaking down one toxic statement at a time Modi is by far our most verbal prime minister continuously engaged and committed to communication (The BJP president Amit Shah last week congratulated his party for giving the country a “speaking prime minister”) The prime minister is masterful at the sharp slogan the inventive catchphrase or the snarky put-down From Make in India to Swachh Bharat the promise of achhe din to the incantatory call of Stand Up India and Start Up India Modi has framed his vision of #TransformingIndia in a language of aspiration And yet many of his ministers and partymen have embarked on a mission to speak what was once the unsayable to articulate the hatred that lies buried at the cusp of our many prejudices There was Union Minister of Culture Mahesh Sharma who certified that former president APJ Abdul Kalam “despite being a Muslim” was a nationalist and humanist He is also on record saying that while he respected “the Bible and [the] Quran they are not central to [the] soul of India in the way Gita and Ramayana are” Many BJP leaders twisted themselves into impossible asanas after the Dadri lynching It did take some contortions verbal and moral to justify a village turning against its own by invoking the wounds of “Hindu hurt” Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar was one of those who were shocked at Akhlaq’s death He also announced that “Muslims can continue to live in this country but they will have to give up eating beef The cow is an article of faith here” The mild-mannered Bihar leader Sushil Modi outlined the us versus them binary more clearly during the assembly polls: “The election is a choice between those who eat beef and those who would ban cow slaughter” In this parallel businesslike campaign of defining and demonising the other a new vocabulary has sprung up You can chart the recent political flashpoints simply by the labels the BJP has hurled at the inconvenient P is for presstitute the honourable VK Singh informed us early on choosing not to go down the conventional route of countering journalists who ask uncomfortable questions with facts or even prevarication L is for love jihad once the paranoid mutterings of old men in Nagpur now a political strategy in Uttar Pradesh G is for gau rakshak a new armed constituency of the faithful who will think nothing of breaking a few bones to profess their love for the gau mata Not to forget the sleight of hand by which Christmas turned into Good Governance Day Last heard the BJP spokesperson Shaina NC had nearly made up her mind on the vexed question of whether H is for Hitler or Akbar The brief sordid history of “A is for anti-national” began with describing a protest by Dalit students against the hanging of Yakub Memon at Hyderabad Central University as such; and descended into charges of sedition against slogan-shouting students in the JNU It is now a catch-all term that comes in handy against condom-using JNU students those who will not say “Bharat Mata ki Jai” and to drive tourist traffic to Pakistan Poet and writer Sumana Roy calls “Go to Pakistan” a modern Indian proverb even if it is a petulant “teenage parody of ‘Go to hell’” wielded against an Aamir Khan who voices his apprehensions of intolerance or writers who return awards in protest against a growing majoritarianism In the echo chambers of Twitter — where the unfettered id of a Hindu rashtra finds home — people are not so polite There rape threats abound as well as routine denunciations of “sickular” media and the “appeasement” of Muslims All of this reflects that despite the PM’s stated objective of sabka saath sabka vikas many of the fundamentals of Indian society and politics are up for bitter contestation from the place of minorities to the breathing space for dissent and the nature of citizenship itself It flows from the powerful mandate to the BJP a party that is welded to the idea of Hindi Hindu Hindustan There are some on the right who counter that saying the unsayable is par for the course in a democracy committed to freedom of expression But language does not only refer to a pre-existing reality it also creates and shapes it Naming and renaming are political acts that influence what we see and how we act In a complex country like India politics and rhetoric have to play an accommodating and mediating role Pushing the polity onto a path of constant polarisation and confrontation through a language of divisiveness will pit Indian against Indian — till the last election is won It is a path that will lead down to Bisara where language has broken down so utterly where the fault lines are so gaping that while a man has been murdered it is a cow that is being accounted for [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Washington | Updated: January 23 2017 1:33 pm Madonna has defended her fiery expletive-laden speech at the anti-Trump Women’s March in Washington DC, I know that acting out of anger doesn’t solve anything. 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