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JU students who raised anti-India slogans need thrashing: BJP secretary Rahul Sinha

In what could stoke fresh controversy, BJP national secretary Rahul Sinha on Wednesday said Jadavpur University students who raised anti-India slogans need a good thrashing so that they understand the true value of nationalism.He also said that BJP MLA O P Sharma should be felicitated for “beating up anti-nationals” at the Patiala House court premises in the national capital, adding, “This is the way how anti-nationals should be treated.” Talking to reporters here, Sinha said, “It is highly condemnable that anti-India slogans are raised by students of Jadavpur University. This is a shame. Those who raise anti-India slogans would be beaten up by the people.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”In days to come people will give them (JU students) a good thrashing. What they need is a good thrashing then only they will understand the true value of nationalism.” The BJP took out a rally during the day condemning yesterday’s rally by JU students. Slogans in favour of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru were raised yesterday at the JU students rally, which was taken out to express solidarity with their JNU counterparts who are agitating against the arrest of their leader Kanhaiya Kumar for alleged sedition.During the torch rally by students of all faculties of the university slogans like “Afzal bole azadi, Geelani bole azadi” and “Cheenke ke lenge azadi” were raised. Other slogans like “Freedom from RSS, freedom from Modi government”, “Jab Kashmir ne maangi azadi, Manipur bhi boli azadi” were also heard.

Shotgun with Kumar: Shahtrughan Singh demands JNU student president’s release

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Shatrughan Sinha on Wednesday came up in support of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union president Kanhaiya Kumar, who has been arrested on sedition charges and said that he is praying for his immediate release. ‘Have heard transcript of speech of Kanhaiya, our Bihar boy president of JNUSU. He has said nothing anti national or against constitution. Hope wish and pray that he’s release soon, sooner the better,’ Sinha tweeted. Sinha further stated that the Jawaharlal Nehru University is going through a crisis ‘for reasons best known to politicians’.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>He went on to say that the JNU is an institution of international repute, enviable record and history. ‘It is a seat of learning for some of India’s brightest young minds & also some very respectable teachers. Save it from further embarrassment, he tweeted. Kanhaiya Kumar will be produced before Delhi court today as his two-day police custody ends and the Supreme Court will also hear a plea seeking a fair trial “free from fear of violence and prejudice” for Kumar. Kumar will again be produced before the Metropolitan Magistrate at Patiala House court complex which had earlier witnessed violence during his hearing.Jawaharlal Nehru University Student’s Union president Kanhaiya Kumar will be produced before Delhi court on Wednesday as his two-day police custody ends and the Supreme Court will also hear a plea seeking a fair trial “free from fear of violence and prejudice” for Kumar. “This petition merely seeks to assure safety of the accused, their relatives, friends, lawyers and journalists while discharging their legal as well as professional obligations. The surcharged and vicious atmosphere in the Court premises would come in the way of the fundamental right of the accused for a fair trial,” the plea said.
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SC Bar Association chief Dushyant Dave resigns after executive committee meet

President of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) Dushyant Dave on Monday stepped down from the post alleging he was finding it difficult to work with the executive committee. He took the decision after an “acrimonious” meeting of the executive committee held in the afternoon.The senior advocate said it was difficult for him to continue at the post of SCBA president after what had happened in the “unprecedented meeting” of the executive committee.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”I have resigned. It was because I found it difficult to work with the executive committee which held an unprecedented and acrimonious meeting today. I wanted to work for the bar and was not interested in any politics,” Dave told PTI.”I was not able to work for the bar so I stepped down,” he said.In his resignation letter, Dave said, “I must place on record my gratitude to all those who put their faith in me and I thank them from the bottom of my heart. I must, however, tender my sincere apology for taking this step…I hope and trust you will understand my predicament. I wish the SCBA lots of good luck and assure that as a Member I will always be happy to extend my help if needed,” he said.When contacted, senior advocate Ajit Sinha, who is the vice-president of SCBA, said he tried his best to resolve the issue between Dave and SCBA secretary Gaurav Bhatia but did not succeeded in getting a fruitful result.”In spite of my best efforts to resolve the issue between president and secretary, he (Dave) did not relent,” Sinha said.Sources said that Dave and Bhatia were at loggerheads over the functioning of the association and even the members of the executive committee were expecting that its president would give respect to the committee’s decision.”There were exchange of letters between the president and the secretary,” a source said, adding that the president was not happy with the decision of the executive committee overruling some of his proposals.The sources also claimed Dave had given instructions to the office staff not to abide by the orders of the secretary and that was revoked by the executive committee.

RJD suspends MLA Raj Ballabh Yadav for allegedly raping minor

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) MLA Raj Ballabh Yadav, who has been accused of allegedly raping a minor, was suspended from the party on Sunday.RJD’s Bihar unit president Ram Chandra Purve said that Raj Ballabh Yadav has been suspended from the party with immediate effect. “This decision has been taken to ensure that nobody damages the party’s reputation in near future,” he added.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Another RJD leader Ashok Sinha assured that strict action would be initiated against Yadav if he is found to be guilty. “The DIG has probed the matter and he told that it is the prima facie case of minor rape. But let the court decide what is the matter but if substantial proof is produced by the police and anybody else our party will be very severe in taking action against the concerned MLA,” he added.RJD spokesperson Manoj Jha echoed similar sentiments and said that his party would not tolerate any such crime. “That goes in line with what we have committed to Bihar and we have shown with our work. In all such cases, immediate arrests have been made; swift investigation has been launched. I think that is how our government should be viewed by our advisory,” Jha said.Jha further said that the party follows “zero tolerance” for any kind of crime. Janata Dal (United) spokesperson Ajay Alok said that such incidents are highly deplorable and added that the guilty must be punished.”We will not tolerate this and let me assure you that he will be booked and speedy trial will take place,” he added while asserting that the Bihar Government is committed to ensure safety of the feminine gender. A 15-year-old girl has filed a complaint against the RJD MLA and accused him of kidnapping and raping her on February 6. The authorities have launched a probe into the case.

Dissident BJP leader Shatrughan Sinha meets Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad

Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha, who is not on good terms with BJP presently after being sidelined in recent Bihar elections, has met “dear friends” Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and RJD chief Lalu Prasad separately. Sinha, who is the BJP Lok Sabha member from Patna Sahib, had a cordial meeting with Prasad at Patna Airport on Tuesday.Prasad, accompanied by wife Rabri Devi, exchanged pleasantries with Shatrughan and his elder brother Lakhan Sinha and went for nice photo-op of the interaction. Sources close to Sinha who were with him at the time said Prasad in a lighter vein patted the ‘Bihari Babu’ for single- handedly taking on the leadership of BJP for trying to sideline him.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”It’s a matter of appreciation that you alone has posed a challenge to BJP leadership,” the RJD supremo said.Sinha, who is the second term MP from Patna Sahib, had a warm and cordial meeting with Nitish Kumar at a marriage function in Patna on Monday night during which they shared fond memories and affection for each other.Kumar quipped during meeting, “election time was good that we used to meet very often unlike now. We should meet more frequently,” sources close to Sinha said.When asked about his meeting with rivals Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad, Sinha told PTI “I believe in the maxim ‘once a friend always a friend’.””We know each other very well since long and our friendship should not be seen only from political angle…it’s friendship forever,” the actor-turned BJP leader said.Sinha, a close associate of BJP veteran L K Advani, who is cut up with BJP leadership after being sidelined in the recent Bihar elections, have caused embarrassment to his party on several occasions by meeting Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad and also praising them.Nitish Kumar had also reciprocated and described Sinha in recent times as “pride of Bihar”.

Yashwant Sinha says his remarks on PM Modi ‘misinterpreted’

Even as his reported comments gave fuel to the Congress to take on Prime minister Narendra Modi, senior BJP leader Yashwant Sinha said his remarks were “misunderstood and misinterpreted”. The Congress, however, cashed in on it blaming the Prime Minister’s “not believing in dialogue” for the opposition-government face off in Parliament, while the BJP accused Congress of stalling key reform bills.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”The Prime Minister does not believe in dialogue. He likes one-way communication, be it with his organisation or with the media. Even inside Parliament, he does not believe in discussion…” senior Congress spokesman Anand Sharma told reporters on Sunday. He went on to allege that his “arrogance and obstinacy are responsible for the situation of confrontation between the government and the opposition” and that he had not made any effort to usher in an atmosphere of constructive cooperation.Sharma, deputy leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha, criticised Modi’s style of functioning in response to questions on Sinha’s reported comments at a conference in Goa on Saturday, which seemed to be targeting Modi without naming him. Sinha, however, denied making any reference to the Prime Minister and said the reference to emergency had nothing to do with the Modi government. “It is complete misinterpretation. Anyone who has reported this, has completely misunderstood what I have said,” he said, a day later. Sinha is one of the four BJP veterans who have questioned the party leadership’s style of functioning, particularly after the Bilhar election. Meanwhile his son Jayant Sinha, who is a minister in the Modi government, tweeted that he had spoken to Yashwant Sinha and that the news agency story “completely misquotes him”.During a discussion at the ‘Difficult Dialogues’ conference in Dona Paula, Sinha when asked about the present day culture of “I, me, myself” said elected representatives including to Parliament and Assemblies have to go back to the people who elect them. He referred to the Emergency of 1975 and the outcome of the “most concerted effort in our country to still the voice of dissent”.Further, he said “we all know how the people of India reacted. So, there would be aberrations here, aberrations there, we might be very concerned about the present situation because some of these things according to us are taking place.””But the great Indian society will take care of it and will consign to the dust those who do not believe in dialogue in India. The people of India will consign him to the dust, you just have to wait for the next elections,” Sinha was reported to have said.Meanwhile, BJP retaliated to the Congress saying it was creating hurdles in path of development and key reform bills. “Where on one hand world leaders are lauding PM’s leadership and India’s growth story, Congress leaders are playing politics of lies and deceit for petty selfish gains,” spokesperson Shrikant Sharma said.

Yashwant Sinha makes a U-turn; says his PM Modi comment was misunderstood

After reports quoted BJP leader Yashwant Sinha saying that PM Narendra Modi and his government would meet the same fate as the Indira Gandhi-led Congress govt after the Emergency, the senior politician has denied having made the comment. “I was taking part in a discussion yesterday, the subject of which was ‘Is dialogue dead’. I started by saying that consensus is the soul of democracy and consensus can be achieved only through dialogue. And therefore, dialogue cannot be dead in a country where democracy is strong and thriving,” he explained.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>He added that he went on defending this position. “When some people referred to some cases of intolerance… I reminded them of imposition of Emergency by Indira Gandhi and I said that people of this country taught her a lesson in 1977. Because it is not in our spirit to be intolerant, it is not in our spirit to stifle dialogue. Therefore, both democracy is alive and dialogue is alive. That is what I said.” he said.”Anyone who has reported anything else, has completely misunderstood what I have said and has done injustice to me,” Sinha said slamming the media.Sinha, who was finance minister in Atal Bihari Vajpayee government, was reported to have commented without naming Modi, “…the people of India will consign him to the dust, you just have to wait for the next elections.” Alluding to the general elections in 1977 when Congress was ousted from power, he said such a neglect (of dialogue) will make the government last “19 months”, the same duration as the Emergency. “We all know how the people of India reacted to the Emergency which was the “most concerted democratic effort in our country to still the voice of dissent,” he was reported to have said. He had also said that under Vajpayee, the NDA government was able to pass several important legislations with the help of dialogue with opposition. His onslaught came on the same day when another BJP leader, actor-MP Shatrughan Sinha, said that veteran leaders Vajpayee, L K Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi “deserve much more than what they have been given”. “Currently these leaders including me are trapped between oppression and respect,” Shatrughan said in Pune. With agency inputs.

Vajpayee, Advani and MM Joshi deserve much more than what they have been given: Shatrughan Sinha

“First phase is mockery as they will make fun of you. In the second phase they will ignore you, in the third phase, they will heap ignominy on you and if you cross the lines, they will oppress you and currently these leaders including me are trapped between oppression and respect,” he added. BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha, who has repeatedly questioned the present party leadership, today said former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and veterans L K Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi are the “silver lining in the political cloud of India” and “deserve much more than what they have been given”.Answering questions at the valedictory of a ‘students parliament’ here, he said in the present scenario, “All the three (Vajpayee, Advani and Joshi) deserve much more than what they have been given as they are the silver lining in the political cloud of India.” “Any movement has to go through four phases before it reaches to respect,” said the 70-year-old Patna Sahib MP, who has been at variance with the leadership over a host of issues.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”First phase is mockery as they will make fun of you. In the second phase they will ignore you, in the third phase, they will heap ignominy on you and if you cross the lines, they will oppress you and currently these leaders including me are trapped between oppression and respect,” he added. The actor-turned-politician concluded by saying “Come what may, at the end victory will be ours.”The function was organised by Maharashtra Institute of Technology (MIT).

dna afternoon must reads: From Rahul Gandhi’s hunger strike at HCU to Shane Watson replacing Aaron Finch as Australian T20 captain

1. Live Updates: Rahul Gandhi sits on hunger strike with Hyderabad University students; BJP calls it ‘politics of vulturisation’Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi joined the hunger strike at the protest site in the University of Hyderabad with four others on Saturday morning. Former Lok Sabha speaker PA Sangma was also present. Read more here<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>2. Here’s what Arun Jaitley has said about India’s growth potential, rupee, GSTFinance Minister Arun Jaitley, while speaking at an event in New Delhi, touched upon various subjects like growth, India’s stature in the global economy, rupee and GST. Read more here3. Bajrang Dal activists tonsure man accused of converting Hindus to ChristianityA man was tonsured, garlanded with shoes, and paraded in disgrace on the streets of Jalaun in Uttar Pradesh by Bajrang Dal activists. Read more here4. Shane Watson to captain Australia in third T20 against India after Finch’s injuryAll-rounder Shane Watson will lead the Australian team in the third and final Twenty20 match against India, here tomorrow, in the absence of injured skipper Aaron Finch. Read more here5. Post social media hiatus, Sonakshi Sinha treats fans to underwater selfie!With her new underwater selfie, Sonakshi Sinha has not only given out some serious vacation goals, but she has also grabbed the title of B-town’s selfie queen. Read more here

LK Advani, MM Joshi & Yashwant Sinha skip meeting to elect BJP President

BJP leaders LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and Yashwant Sinha are absent at the BJP headquarters where Amit Shah had come to file his nominations to be re-elected. All top BJP ministers and leaders present at party headquarters. PM Modi, Rajnath Singh, JP Nadda, MA Naqvi,Venkaiah Naidu and chief ministers of all BJP ruled states were proposers Amit Shah’s nomination for BJP President. The veteran leaders gave the event a miss.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>BJP President Amit Shah is set to start a new term from Sunday, when he is tipped to be elected unopposed to the top party post. His current term ended on Saturday and the new term will be his first full-term lasting three years. Shah’s election is virtually a formality, party sources said.Seen as a close confidante of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Shah was put at the helm midway during his predecessor Rajnath Singh’s tenure after Singh joined the government in May 2014. Almost all BJP chief ministers, besides a number of union ministers, are likely to be in attendance tomorrow when Shah files his nomination papers and is expected to declared as the party chief. Modi is hosting a dinner for Shah and his team, including vice presidents, general secretaries and secretaries, tonight.Under Shah’s stewardship, BJP scaled new heights by coming to power in Maharashtra, Haryana, Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir but the quite a bit of the sheen was taken off by its massive back-to-back defeats in Delhi and Bihar assembly elections, triggering some rumblings in the party.However, party sources have insisted that his “energetic and focused” leadership has strengthened the organisation by pushing its membership across the country and expanding its reach in Assam, Kerala and West Bengal where BJP had never been a force to reckon with.The party president’s election in BJP is normally unopposed. Last time, senior party leader Yashwant Sinha had expressed his willingness to contest but later decided against it.

Modi is dashing and dynamic PM: Shatrughan Sinha

BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha on Thursday described Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a “dashing and dynamic” leader whose hands need to be strengthened, given the current “turmoil” in the country and threat to its security and unity.”Looking at the present atmosphere in the country wherein security and unity has been threatened, it is really important that we should support PM Modi and strengthen his hands to (help) the nation overcome this turmoil,” the Patna Sahib MP said.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>He was addressing a function at the Symbiosis International University in Pune where a panel discussion was organised on his biography “Anything But Khamosh” penned by Bharati Pradhan. Sinha said he has been supporting Modi throughout.”I referred to him (Modi) (as) dashing, dynamic and now that dynamism of his needs to be supported,” Sinha told reporters.On the ongoing debate over ‘intolerance’, the actor said he did not support the “award wapasi” and referred to a chapter from his book on how he had “whisked away” son of then Shahi Imam from Mumbai during the communal riots.Commenting on Hyderabad University student Rohith Vemula’s suicide, Sinha said “whatever happened is heartrending and condemnable”.

Will win even if I contest as independent: Shatrughan Sinha

BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha on Monday asserted he can win elections even if he contests as an independent candidate and admitted he has been getting “feelers” from other parties for long.The Patna Sahib MP, who was sidelined by the BJP in the recent Bihar Assembly polls, also said he gave his opinions whenever the Prime Minister or the party did a good or bad thing and was never “disgruntled or sulking”.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”Since I am a good man in politics, I have been getting feelers from other parties for ages. That’s why I have been saying I don’t have any problem,” Sinha told PTI.”I have been winning by a record margin. Even if I contest as an Independent, it would not be a problem because a lot of people will support me,” he said. Sinha had won the 2014 Lok Sabha polls by a margin of over 2.64 lakh votes.Once among the BJP’s star campaigners, Sinha was kept out of action by the BJP leadership in the recent Bihar Assembly polls in which the party fared miserably. He had often taken potshots at the party for the way it conducted the campaign in Bihar and even went on to term the grand alliance’s victory as “victory of democracy”.”I could see the writing on the wall. I tried to make everyone understand through various means including Twitter. I also heard that they could remove me from the party. I said no problem you could as you were in a decision making body, but they didn’t remove me,” he said.Sinha said he has always taken a stand in politics, which he claimed was an inspiration for the youth.”In politics, I can’t be singing paeans in favour of someone. When the Prime Minister and the party did good work, I said it and when I didn’t think it was good, I gave my opinion,” he said.He also said he was “never disgruntled or sulking” as was being reported by the media.”I have always been cool, calm and composed. Come what may, I’ll not compromise with my principles and honesty. I have not done any anti-party or anti-national work. I’ll never do so. I understand the dignity of the party. I don’t think they will remove me,” Sinha said.

I don’t talk ‘Mann ki Baat’, I do dil ki baat: Shatrughan Sinha

It is his ‘dil ki baat’ that makes him stand out among politicians, says BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha, but admits emotions often overtake him and that “proves costly”.”Sometimes I get emotional and then I realise I am not cut out for this (politics). What makes me stand out is that I don’t talk ‘Mann ki Baat’, that is done by someone else (Prime Minister Narendra Modi). I do ‘dil ki baat’ (talk from the heart). I speak what I feel and at times emotions prove costly,” Sinha said at the Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival (AKLF) here. Sinha, who served as a Cabinet minister in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government, said there was a time when he thought politics will not work for him and wanted to quit.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”Then I went to my fiend philosopher and guide L K Advani. I told him that it won’t work, especially in BJP,” he said, adding he was then reminded of Mahatma Gandhi’s saying that “first they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, and then you win.” The disgruntled BJP leader, who was out of action during the recent Bihar assembly polls, said being “practical and positive” he tries to maintain a balance in life.”When I go home I stay ‘khamosh’ (silent) before my wife, but in politics I make others fall silent,” he said, while releasing his biography ‘Anything But Khamosh: The Shatrughan Sinha Biography’ by Bharathi S Pradhan.”Many people ask me at which stage I am now. I tell them – in between the last two,” Sinha said.He maintains that his biggest political regret has been contesting election against Bollywod star Rajesh Khanna. “That was because I could not say no to Advaniji,” he said, referring to the 1991 Delhi bypoll in which he stood against Khanna, who was contesting on a Congress ticket. Speaking about the BJP’s recent defeat in Bihar assembly elections, Sinha said only some people and not the whole party are to be blamed for the debacle.”I told them not to say ‘jungle raj’ prevails in Bihar.After all, other parties also have their well-wishers and supporters and it makes them feel as if you are calling them ‘Junglee’. I could see the writing on the wall. I hoped that good sense would prevail among them,” Sinha said.To a question from the audience, the Patna Sahib MP admitted that being straightforward in life brings problems to politicians.

BJP ‘s Shatrughan Sinha disagrees with his party’s ‘jungle raj’ barb at Nitish govt

Dismissing BJP’s charge of return of ‘Jungle Raj’ in Bihar over killing of engineers for extortion in the state, disgruntled party leader Shatrughan Sinha said performance of a government could not be judged in a short period of time.When asked about BJP and its allies’ ‘jungle raj’ barb on the ruling coalition, the Patna Sahib MP on Friday said it was “no way to judge performance of a government in such a short period of time.” “Even the honeymoon period of the new government in Bihar is not yet over,” Sinha said about the JD(U), RJD and Congress alliance government in the state which is less than two months old. “What is happening in Delhi or for that matter Maharashtra (where BJP-Shiv Sena coalition government is in power),” asked Sinha, who had kept himself off from recent Bihar elections campaign to protest “conspiracy” of a few state leaders against him.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>”Negative politics never work. I do not appreciate practice of negative politics,” Sinha said.Earlier, senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi and others citing Darbhanga murder of two engineers and a few other cases of crime in Vaishali and elsewhere had raised the slogan of “jungle raj-2”. Union Minister and LJP President Ram Vilas Paswan had also sharpened attack on law and order situation in Bihar.The Hindustani Awam Morcha chief Jitan Ram Manjhi has even threatened to launch an agitation against the alleged spiralling crime graph. The actor-turned BJP leader, whose comment on many occasions left the party embarrassed during the recent Bihar poll, regretted that “a serious introspection of the defeat has not yet been made. Without diagnosis of the problem, how can we move ahead with strength,” said Sinha, second term Lok Sabha MP who earlier served as cabinet minister in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government.

Punjab:Locals report seeing two suspected men; Gurdaspur on alert

There were reports earlier that five terrorists had sneaked into the border area of Gurdaspur and Pathankot, following which army formations have been put on alert, officials said. Gurdaspur was targeted by Pakistani terrorists in July last year also when they struck at a police station here. Six terrorists in army fatigues attacked the Air Base in Pathankot on Saturday last, leading to an encounter that lasted over four days.

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Rajasthan govt accepts dalit IAS officer’s VRS application

The application of Salodia, who was due to retire in June, 2016, was accepted with effect from March 31, 2016, according to the order issued by department of personnel of the state government today. A 1978 batch officer Salodia wrote to Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje expressing disappointment for purportedly being overlooked for the post of chief secretary and alleged that he was victimised because of his Schedule Caste origin.
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Prosecution to examine David Headley in 26/11 case

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Why Aamir Khan no longer qualified as ‘Incredible India’ ambassador

No corporate will stand for that and that’s the same for India. The government probably doesn’t want an ambassador who trashes their own brand. Is that fair? Probably not, but that’s how market forces work. And there’s nothing intolerant about the market.

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Yashwant Sinha makes sarcastic remark about ‘magdarshak mandal’ at Shatrughan Sinha’s book launch

“People had and have tremendous affection for Shatrughan,” he said, adding that from being a “star campaigner” he was reduced to being a non-campaigner this time. Shatrughan Sinha said some people believed that BJP lost badly in Bihar for ignoring him but added that “let bygones be bygones and people should look ahead”. Shatrughan Sinha was joined by his family members, including his filmstar daughter Sonakshi, at the launch of his biography, “Anything but khamosh”, published by Om Books International. He said the idea behind the book was to “inspire” the youth that if somebody like him from a town like Patna can make it big in film industry and politics without any “godfather”, then so can they.

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Not against friendly India-Pak ties, says hardline Hurriyat leader Syed Geelani

The Hurriyat hawk said the formula was just a “deception” and any such proposal would again be rejected by the Kashmiri people. The formula envisaged softening of Line of Control (LoC), self-governance, phased withdrawal of troops from entire Jammu and Kashmir and joint supervision by India and Pakistan.

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