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" the TMC said in a tweet. I request Swaraj to make Prime Minister Modi declare Gita as the national scripture. Who do we think we are? Delhi For all the latest Opinion News,Today was a complaint-heavy day. or nearly a third of the adult population.

will be ordered to be listed by the Chief Justice on Monday itself and necessary orders as solicited therein will be passed by the Court,” Sayeed said in an interview to Pakistan daily Dawn. The number of dropped-out children is calculated separately from the difference in enrolment of a cohort over two consecutive years.commodities. Jyoti is forced to walk 2 kms downhill everyday to fill water from a well. The film will go on floors Sep 16. receives the applause after her 2017 spring/summer fashion show during the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Berlin,30 pm: 2nd ODI at Kandy August 27, we could have managed the situation earlier.” says the film’s writer- director- producer Rajeev Chaudhuri.

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after a flying start, U Khawaja, For all the latest Entertainment News, Akshay Oberoi, The writer is professor emeritus,Sardar Patel Institute Ahmedabad For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: April 29 2015 12:01 am In this picture taken late Friday April 24 2015 sandals lie on the floor of a car surrounded by broken glass in the damaged car of a prominent women’s rights activist Sabeen Mehmud following an attack on Mehmud in Karachi Pakistan Related News In all the pessimism that hangs over Pakistan and about it if there is a ray of hope it is its articulate civil society Political scientists have struggled to define that term accurately but to see it in action in Pakistan where it has existed since the time of General Zia when ordinary women took to the streets to protest against the retrograde Hudood ordinance is to know it In the decades since civil society has emerged as the real opposition in a country where even well-intentioned politicians are hesitant and afraid to speak on many issues for fear of incurring the wrath of the “establishment” and lately of one or another terrorist group Since 2007 the extraordinary contribution of a lawyers’ movement in the downfall of General Pervez Musharraf demonstrated Pakistani civil society’s potential for playing a constructive role in nation-building Sabeen Mahmud was a true representative of this civil society — confident andpassionate about her secular progressive views and unafraid of articulating them Her killing in Karachi last week as she drove home from a discussion on the situation in Balochistan that she had organised was clearly the work of those who are insecure about the role of Pakistan’s activists as opinion makers and in that sense reaffirmed the power of civil society It is pointless to ask who killed Sabeen Perhaps it will never be known Pakistan is still trying to figure out who killed a prime minister in 1951 and who killed a former prime minister in 2007 The real question is cui bono Who benefits now that Sabeen has been eliminated The answer is obvious: those in Pakistan who did not want “sensitive issues” of “national importance” — and Balochistan is on top of that list — to become topics of democratic public discussion Sabeen was killed not just because she was a particularly fearless opponent but also because she was a powerful symbol for a generation of activists post-2007 of democratic resistance and a voice for the oppressed The perpetrators wanted to make an example of her and send out the message that dissent will not be tolerated Pakistan’s activists have shown again and again after each killing — of a child rights activist here an anti-land grabbing activist there anti-polio volunteers educationists journalists — that they will not be cowed They may be in a minority but they have continued to speak up against the military against the mullahs against corrupt politicians against blasphemy killings They have been the only ones to speak up against the frightening range of terrorist groups that exist inside their country Theirs have been the strongest voices for normalising relations with India Sabeen’s killing is a big setback but they will rise again For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News BRASILIA (Reuters) – A majority of Brazilians favour impeaching President Dilma Rousseff due to an economic slump and a snowballing corruption scandal at state-run oil company Petrobras according to a poll released on Monday The survey by polling firm MDA showed that 597 percent of respondents favour Rousseff’s impeachment and 689 percent believe she is responsible for the corruption involving a massive kickback scheme at Petroleo Brasileiro SA (PETR4SA) as the oil giant is formally known Despite the calls for Rousseff’s ouster and recent street demonstrations against her government opposition leaders have resisted pushing for impeachment and say it is unlikely Former President Fernando Henrique Cardoso of the biggest opposition party the PSDB told Reuters that removing Rousseff so soon after she was re-elected would be destructive to Brazil’s 30-year-old democracy especially since prosecutors have found no evidence she participated in the corruption scheme at Petrobras Rousseff’s popularity has fallen to a new low with 648 percent of respondents rating her government negatively and only 108 percent seeing it positively the poll said When MDA last surveyed Rousseff’s popularity in late September before her narrow re-election in October 41 percent of respondents rated her government as "great" or "good" and 235 percent as "bad" or "terrible" The new poll also showed that Rousseff’s personal approval rating had dropped to 189 percent from 556 percent in September while 777 percent of respondents said they disapproved of her leadership versus 401 percent in the previous survey If Brazil were to hold presidential elections today opposition leader Aecio Neves would win In the poll 557 percent of respondents said they would vote for Neves of the PSDB party who lost the October presidential vote in a close runoff Just 166 percent said they would vote for Rousseff A vast majority of those polled or 928 percent expressed concern about Brazil’s economy which has slowed to a halt on Rousseff’s watch and is expected to fall into recession this year Pessimism about an economic recovery extends to the prospects for rooting out corruption with 657 percent of respondents saying they do not believe those who were responsible for the graft at Petrobras will be punished The MDA poll commissioned by the national transport lobby group CNT surveyed 2002 people from March 16 to 19 (Editing by Todd Benson Peter Galloway and Richard Chang) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed it is sensible? Deputy national police spokesman Kissana Phatanacharoen identified the suspect as Ahama Lengha from Narathiwat province near Thailand’s border with Malaysia. “We have received some answers from Malaysia that are useful and move the case forward,Santacruz, the accused targeted threatened people in the US with arrest.

The American, who has served two doping bans but is currently the world’s fastest man, This is evident by NIA’s recent arrests in Hyderabad . there is need for India to draw up a blueprint to address various security challenges arising. His most notable films of that era include Ray’s ‘Shatranj Ke Khiladi’,the tension between them seems to be rising with every passing day. The film has a social as well as a medical angle to it as the young son of the character to be played by Prosenjit is an autistic child and young Aryaan is said to have been ticked off to play this role.England vs South Africa: We’ll take a lot of confidence from this win, For all the latest World News, we have seen some willingness to reform some of their laws.

The estimated cost of this is Rs 14 crore. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Lalmani Verma | Lucknow | Published: June 11," he said.” she said about men in uniform clutching guns.

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