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highlighted the apathy of the state government and their failure to take adequate steps to curb the rising menace of monkeys. Dhwaj Haria of Gujarat in the meanwhile was charting his own course scoring a comfortable victory over Jai Shankar Shaw of Jharkhand drubbing him by 507-281 points to enter the semi-finals.loss until it was withdrawn by France in November 2009 as new research revealed the extent of the heart-valve problem. who was allowed to retain his job as an assistant professor at the Visva-Bharati university and draw his salaries as an MP and a teacher.” said a senior leader. He was 85. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 26, Majeed could not be charged for being its member. Thanks to the internet our reach is getting bigger. “Does he (Modi) see the corruption involving his party leaders in Karnataka?

Anil Kumar (28),city Congress leader Ayub Christian had submitted an application to the AMC authorities in December 2008. it will definitely do well whatsoever, gangrape. The age factor was not in favour of Advani. Modi had the full support of cadres This support for Modi will translate into votes for the BJP The party increased its number of votes by 10 per cent after declaring Modi as the candidate He is our best choice Shubhangi Khapre: What about the deficit of votes due to the exit of allies Munde: The JD(U) indulges in negative politics Even Jayalalithaa has said that Modi is the best The Telugu Desam Party and Asom Gana Parishad are going to join us after the elections Once we get 180 seats a number of factions will come out in our support because for them it will be about not letting the Congress come to power Also it doesn’t seem likely that the Communist parties will support the Congress In the recent elections we got three-fourths of the seats Going by that trend we are confident of the BJP getting at least 200 seats on its own Zeeshan Shaikh: You have enjoyed considerable support from the Muslim community in your constituency Don’t you think Modi is seen with a lot of anger by this community Munde: People change their stand after first-hand experiences When the BJP-Shiv Sena came to power Muslims were worried At that time they used to offer namaz on the streets We increased the floor space index (FSI) of their mosques so that they could construct halls for offering namaz The Haj house had not got its completion certificate for 16 years; our government granted it to them in just 15 days Maulana Kashmiri who was a staunch opponent of the BJP felicitated me Also there has not been a single communal riot during Modi’s regime So the anger and fear you mention are baseless Sandeep Ashar: What is the BJP’s plan on a national level to woo minorities especially the Muslims Munde: Eighty per cent of the population in my constituency comprise Muslims and I was apprehensive when Modi was declared the PM candidate I had a series of public meetings where I assured my electorate that I will remain what I am and they need not worry I told them that the PM candidate’s nomination is not in my hands Now they say that they will vote for Modi and me There is a similar plan at the national level We are initiating dialogues with various sects of the minority community Earlier we used to get zero votes from the Christian community But now things have changed there as well Did anyone imagine that Manohar Parrikar would win in Goa Sandeep Ashar: You have been sidelined a number of times in Maharashtra politics owing to internal difference between the Munde and the Gadkari factions Munde: The BJP has a number of schools of thought but there is no enmity amongst these factions There is no rivalry between Gadkari and me He is from Vidarbha I am from Marathwada He has never wanted to be the chief minister There is no common interest I consider myself the leader but there is no formal announcement appointing me as the election campaign leader in the state Shalini Nair: We have heard that Ajit Pawar is going to contest against you from Beed He has challenged you to fight from Baramati Munde: If he has the courage he should contest from Beed Days after he made this statement he retracted If he is ready to contest from Beed I am ready to contest from Baramati Both of us should contest from Beed as well as Baramati Zeeshan Shaikh: Do you think you have become a soft target both within and outside the party particularly after the death of Pramod Mahajan Munde: Pramod and I together ran the party for 25 years and took most of the decisions jointly I have been an elected leader for 21 years continuously breaking Indira Gandhi’s record of 17 years Reform and new leadership is natural in every party I definitely had to face difficulty after Pramod’s death because he was more connected to Delhi politics For the first two-three years I was busy with court proceedings in the murder case This was followed by Rahul’s episode Situations had gone awry but the party was not against me A lot of my time went into looking after the family The outer perception was that I am being sidelined Stuti Shukla: Do you think that the Adarsh scam will not benefit your party the way other scams did in Delhi because your leaders are also involved in it BJP MP Ajay Sancheti owns nine benami flats Moreover the irrigation scam that the BJP raked up has also lost steam Munde: None of our leaders is involved At the most someone would have made a wrong flat booking The BJP is not connected to any of the wrong decisions taken by the government such as illegal allotment of land and increase in FSI Also after we raised the irrigation scam the (Madhav) Chitale committee was constituted We need not fear because our slate is clean Shubhangi Khapre: What is the objective of the ‘chargesheet’ that you are preparing against the UPA for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections Munde: The BJP has prepared a different election strategy this time We are preparing a vision document Secondly we are also preparing an election manifesto Thirdly we are preparing a ‘chargesheet’ against the current government This is an attempt at getting the support of people much before the actual elections The ‘chargesheet’ is titled ‘The Black Decade under the UPA regime’ It would enlist all the mistakes and wrongdoings done by this government We will invite public feedback on it by putting it up on a website Subsequently we will start campaigning across the country and take feedback on state-specific and region-specific problems All feedback will be incorporated in the ‘chargesheet’ By mid-February we will publish the ‘chargesheet’ I am the chairman of the committee Mayura Janwalkar: You took NCP leader Sharad Pawar to court over the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) elections Was the disqualification of your nomination your grouse Munde: I had friendly relations with Vilasrao Deshmukh and I supported him for chairmanship of the MCA After his death 65 supporters of Deshmukh came to me and asked me to contest the MCA elections I then became a member of the same club as Deshmukh and filed nominations Sharad Pawar was scared that I had the support of the Congress He challenged my nomination on the grounds that I am not a resident of Mumbai But I am a resident of Mumbai since 1986 The address on my ration card and passport is that of Mumbai However I am not a voter in Mumbai Since he illegally got my nomination rejected I went to court I think the ruling will be in my favour Deshmukh was a Latur voter If Pawar supported him then why not me Pawar is the lifetime chairman of all government sports associations and clubs I wanted to break his monopoly and hence wanted to contest the MCA elections Shubhangi Khapre: Why do you have so much enmity with Sharad Pawar Munde: It is not about enmity Misusing power to wrest control of government organisations is wrong You are holding so many posts Why don’t you want to leave them If by law the CM has to be the ex-officio chairman of these associations then why does he continue to hold chairmanships of these bodies Despite having been the BCCI chairman why does he want to be MCA chairperson It is like wanting to pass matriculation exam after graduating Sandeep Ashar: Do you think the RPI (Athawale) is feeling neglected within the alliance in Maharashtra especially after you got the Swabhimaani Shetkari Sanghatana on board Munde: We are in the process of discussing seat sharing It will not be decided in one meeting Both parties have asked for four seats each We have to discuss how many should be given to them Shubhangi Khapre: What according to you are the reasons behind Sharad Pawar’s decision to not contest the Lok Sabha elections this time Munde: The main factor could be his age and health-related issues It is not due to fear Maybe he wants to campaign and maybe he does not trust his nephew Ajit Pawar enough Transcribed by Stuti Shukla and Shubhangi Khapre For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rajiv Kumar | Published: September 26 2016 12:30 am But on this occasion there is a bigger prize that Rawalpindi is after PTI Photo Top News It must be very lonely at the top at this time for Prime Minister Narendra Modi He faces perhaps the most difficult choice of his tenure for which no one but the PM himself will be held accountable It’s a choice in the face of the most provocative and cynical action by Pakistan’s military establishment No wonder then for the first time since I can remember Modi’s face showed anguish It reflected his despair at India’s offer of friendship being rebuffed — with repeated state-sponsored terrorist attacks It is critical for Modi to understand Pakistan’s gameplan in launching the latest cross-border terror attack on the Indian army in Uri Just as in 1989 the Pakistan army has timed this action to derive the maximum mileage from the tragic events in the Kashmir Valley Rawalpindi seeks as always to exploit a two-fold advantage from the current situation One as Mehbooba Mufti commented is to create a war-like situation in the Valley in the hope that its heavily-armed terrorist suicide squads will find support from protesting Kashmiri youth Two to try and hide its trans-border terrorism in the eyes of the world community as being fostered by the conditions in Kashmir and put India on the backfoot Why else would Uri happen days before Nawaz Sharif is scheduled to address the UN General Assembly But on this occasion there is a bigger prize that Rawalpindi is after For it Modi’s success as PM is the worst possible outcome That would imply Rawalpindi facing a resurgent India with a fast growing economy; an India whose claims on the global governance high table would be recognised; and which under Modi would have a highly credible and strong development state rather than the perennially soft and inefficient state it is known to be Rawalpindi’s gameplan is to unleash provocations that will drive Modi to precipitate action which in turn will derail his development plans and bring his tenure under a dark cloud The alternative scenario of Modi riding on a wave of anti-Pakistan hysteria in India also has its possible upside for Rawalpindi especially if it stokes communal fires By quickly coming to Pakistan’s assistance in denying that the terror attack had its source in Pakistan occupied Kashmir China has made itself complicit in the Pakistani gameplan Perhaps Pakistan is consciously playing to the Chinese tune having received largesse from it for the economic corridor What should Modi’s response be He has to work out the likely impact of any action he takes on the domestic polity It is rather disingenuous to argue that foreign policy actions should be divorced from domestic political and economic considerations He has to figure out the likely impact of actions against Pakistan on the NDA’s electoral prospects in the elections in Punjab Gujarat and UP and indeed the 2019 general elections We do not want India to suffer from another bout of political instability Modi has already demonstrated that he will not be baited by opportunist opposition leaders or fulminating television anchors in search of higher TRPs asking him to match his actions with election campaign rhetoric He would do well to ignore even his own party’s intellectuals and strategists who have called for “a jaw in place of a tooth” The DGMO’s statement that India will act at the time and place of its choosing should have put paid to the hopes of such sundries He should also take immediate steps to assure the minorities whose nationalist credentials have never ever been in doubt that their safety and security will remain his government’s priority concern It will also be highly desirable for the rightist Hindu fringe to maintain complete silence if they cannot help the nation’s cause by jettisoning their communal agenda Modi must also take one more step He must ask for and enforce accountability for India’s intelligence and security establishment Pathankot and Uri in relatively quick succession along with a number of incidents over the past two years should be sufficient evidence that these stalwarts despite their past credentials have been found terribly wanting The heads of the security and intelligence establishment and agencies should strengthen Modi’s hands by putting in their papers in line with the motto of “nation before party government before self” It will be in keeping with the trust that Modi has placed in these lieutenants for them to accept their responsibility for the present unenviable situation in which their leader government and party find themselves It is also high time that some of our “agencies” which enjoy complete carte blanche are subjected to public scrutiny and accountability This is common practice in all mature democracies Finally Modi has to understand that his interlocutors across India’s western borders are located in Rawalpindi not Islamabad He has to cut through that smoke and engage with the PAHQ in the full knowledge that he is dealing with people with ruthless devotion to their personal cause in which the ordinary Pakistani citizens are but cannon fodder Such people are hard core realists who will only understand tough responses Modi will have to bite the bullet and teach them a lesson that reduces their credibility and legitimacy both domestically and globally But this must be done strictly on the time and at a place of India’s own choosing and in a manner in which they least expect Rajiv Kumar is senior fellow CPR and founder director Pahle India Foundation For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News “At around 9. The woman,Congress was decimated in 2012. For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: November 7 2017 4:14 pm Telecom Minister Manoj Sinhasaid a draft will be released by December-end for public comments File Photo Related News The government looks to finalise the new telecom policy by February and would release its draft by December-end for public comments Union minister Manoj Sinha said on Tuesday “We are trying to bring new telecom policy by February For this the working group has started the process We expect to finalise draft by end of December and place it for public comments” the Communications Minister said He said the government expected to complete the first phase of Bharat net project to connect 1 lakh village panchayats with high-speed broadband by the end of November Talking about linking Aadhaar with phone numbers for re-verification DoT Secretary Aruna Sundararajan said the government would not disconnect mobile numbers of people who do not have the UIDAI number She said the department was waiting for the Supreme Court judgment on Aadhaar to decide on action to be taken on people who had Aadhaar but don’t want to link it with their mobile number “We are also working on alternatives for people who are abroad (to help them link their mobile number with Aadhaar)” Sundararajan said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: November 15 2015 3:11 am President Pranab Mukherjee Union Women & Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi posing with receipients of National Child Awards for Exceptional Achievements for 2015 on the occasion of Children’s Day at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Saturday (PTI Photo) Top News Innovations singing acting sports and a gamut of such talents in 30 children from across India got special recognition as President Pranab Mukherjee gave away the National Child Awards for Exceptional Achievement 2015 in a ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan Saturday The award winners are aged between nine and 16 Aditya Makkar 16 won for designing Rikshaw X — a cycle rickshaw with reverse gear — as well as technologies to check car theft and drunken driving Affan Siddiqui 16 won for his innovative design of a retractable low-rise bus steps for senior citizens Ananya K G 14 got the award designing an automatic mobile nebuliser that works on solar energy to help farmers Those awarded in sports were selected from fields as diverse as golf fencing and archery Others were recognised for their talents in the fields of music and acting For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Transport department officials had met NHAI officials on August 10 for this purpose. download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew York | Published: January 12.

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