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entry of Muslims and increased monitoring and even racial? AP Sherin’s body was found a few weeks later in a culvert nearby the Mathews’ home. chairman of Converted Plot Owners Association, Kanojia Thane The scapegoat Arjun Singh? There is 4mm grass cover and it will be a perfect sporting track, if any. In other words, It is a pity, It is more about understanding that world and character and making it my own.

s rally in Bareilly could also be announced in that meeting, sources said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: August 18 2013 4:19 am Top News Goals by Karin Cheema and Robin guided hosts St John’s into the U-17 boys’ final with an easy 2-0 win over St Kabir High School in the Br Meredith Football Tournament played at St John’s School in Sector 26 on Saturday The match started on an attacking note as the St John’s School’s forwards made some attacking moves into the opposition half Their efforts soon paid dividends when Karin Cheema scored the first goal in the 20th minute of the match before Robin scored the second goal in the 56th minute of the match to hand St John’s School a 2-0 win In the other semi-final encounterSt Soldier’s School ended the challenge of Shoes XI with a 2-0 win In the boys’ U-14 categorySt John’s School stormed into the final with a 3-0 win over Savers XI The match saw St John’s School forwards taking control right from the start of the match and they mounted pressure on the Savers XI defenders Animal scored a goal for the winning team in the 15th minute before Prem scored his first goal of the match in the 25th minute of the match to make the score board read 2-0 in the favour of St John’s School’s favour Prem scored his second goal of the match ten minutes later as St John’s School registered a 3-0 win to march into the finals Sunny stars in MY FC win Chandigarh: Five goals by Sunny guided Minerva Youngsters FC to an easy 6-0 win over Government College for MenSector 11 in the first GRB League Eleven-A-Side Football Tournament being organised by Molon Labe Football Club on Saturday In the second match of the dayKhalsa CollegeSector 26 scored an easy 3-0 win over DAV Club to gather full points on the opening day of the championship Later in the dayGovernment College for MenSector 11 registered a 2-1 win over Reserve Bank of India XI It was the first win of the tournament for the Government College for MenSector 11 It was a narrow encounter between Molon Labe and Youngsters as Molon Labe FC emerged as the winner with a narrow 4-3 win It was a tense encounter as both the teams tried to score a win But it was Molon Labe FC team which emerged as the winner In the last match of the dayMinerva Youngsters FC played a 0-0 draw with Minerva Academy Tanmay stars in St Kabir’s win Chandigarh : A three-wicket haul by Tanmay guided St Kabir School to a five-wicket win over Chandigarh Baptist School and into the final of the St Joesph’s League-cum-Knockout Tournament on Saturday Batting firstChandigarh Baptist School could manage a total of 62 for 8 in the allotted 20 overs Manav Kumar remained unbeaten on 27 runs Abhishek contributed eight runs For St Kabir SchoolTanmay claimed three wickets for seven runs Shivang claimed two wickets for ten runs In replySt Kabir School chased the target for the loss of five wickets in 15 overs Ujjwal played a knock of 23 runs while Aridham played a knock of 12 runs For the loosing teamPiyush claimed two wickets for 15 runs For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFor 16 years Irom Sharmila was on a hunger strike in Manipur She hoped that her peaceful and torturous act of protest and self-denial would push the state towards withdrawing the draconian Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) from Manipur Since November 2000 — when soldiers from the Assam Rifles shot dead 10 civilians Sharmila has been on an indefinite fast refusing to eat or drink Charged with attempting suicide the activist has been repeatedly arrested detained and force-fed through nasal tubes But she has continued on the difficult path of protest even when the state has shown no signs of relenting There is of course a strong case to be made for withdrawing the AFSPA in Manipur (and other parts of India) where — for six decades — it has functioned as a repressive law that authorises excesses Serious concerns about its continuation in the state have been expressed not just by human rights activists but also the apex court of the country Recently hearing petitions that demanded a probe into 1528 deaths in counterinsurgency operations in Manipur the Supreme Court observed that the immunity the AFSPA offers to the security forces — using excessive force “even to the extent of causing death” — is not invincible File image of Irom Sharmila Reuters On Tuesday Irom Sharmila announced her decision to end her long years on hunger strike on 9 August The activist said that she no longer believed that her protest would motivate the state into scrapping the AFSPA However the fight to eliminate AFSPA will go on What will change is the method of struggle The activist said she would fight elections in Manipur to take forward the struggle against AFSPA Significantly Sharmila’s decision draws attention to the fundamental characteristics that define the Indian State when it comes to dealing with such protests The Indian State appears to be impervious to essentially peaceful acts of resistance even when protesters turn violence upon themselves rather than their adversaries In the face of the state’s consistent refusal to seriously engage with peaceful resistance hunger strikes can appear to be both nave and flawed as a strategy of protest Time and again it has been evident that the state ignores peaceful protests The paradox however is that the very same state which turns a blind eye to nonviolent resistance nevertheless continually insists that all protesters adopt peaceful and not confrontational methods of agitation In fact protesters transgressing conventional forms of dissent are routinely labelled “anarchists” by the state; or denounced as saboteurs who create chaos and violence in the political and social order But the objective reality is that it is aggressive — or even violent — forms of protest that propel the state to take serious notice of the causes that foment such resistance Nonviolent agitations are always relegated to the background For instance in 2012 the Madhya Pradesh state government ignored hundreds of farmers who submerged themselves neck-deep in water for 17 long days Through their jal satyagraha villagers were protesting the construction of a dam that was going to inundate their lands Further back in history the peaceful protests led by Gandhian activist Medha Patkar (from the Narmada Bachao Andolan) also came to naught That movement aimed against the construction of big dams on the Narmada River The project threatened to displace large numbers of people and submerge thousands of acres of lands underwater The governments in the states of Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh — as well as at the Centre — refused to back down If one compares these forms of resistance — that the Indian State deems ‘acceptable’ — to the tactics of the Maoists or separatist groups in Kashmir the contrast becomes even clearer In both the latter cases whatever one thinks of the politics of the groups involved there is little doubt that their cause has been ‘tabled’ on the national agenda in a visible manner It seems then that the Indian State (parties cutting across political lines) prefers nonviolent protest precisely because it can ignore such actions and let the protesters exhaust themselves Now as Irom Sharmila ends her hunger strike and enters electoral (or even other forms of politics) her equation with the State is likely to drastically change Although electoral politics is one method by which the state likes to co-opt all opposition voices into the same system this isn’t always the case As the anti-corruption movement that began under Anna Hazare and culminated in the present expansion of the Aam Aadmi Party across the country shows sometimes not playing by the rules of the game brings its own rewards Written by Alaka Sahani | Updated: February 8 2017 9:40 am Shahid Kapoor talks about high and lows of his career Top News Speaking to Indian Express about his latest project directorVishal Bhardwaj Shahid Kapoor and also talks about high and lows of his career Here are the excerpts: This is the third film you are doing with Vishal Bhardwaj What kind of relationship do you share with him? there are other issues as well, be it the arrival of television or the invasion of satellite channels and cable televisions. Nene Mantri teaser will be out on June 6. on the day Nelson Mandela died,inspector Koli allegedly called the complainant and demanded Rs 10 lakh for hushing up the case and not sealing their office.laid a trap. as part of BMC’s intiative to include public opinion in its vision plan for the next 20 years, What Delhi has done is to create a pragmatic “two-speed SAARC” that will not let Pakistan hold others in the region to ransom. By: Reuters | Seoul | Published: July 4.

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