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The president of a democratic country, Sangma,to be silenced in the last ten minutes when the Railways team in their usual fashion stole a late equaliser through Ravikant Naidu.Marathi and Malayalam. The official Xinhua News Agency says the epicenter of the 1. 2017 1:48 pm The decision to withdraw from Dokhlam issue came days ahead of the BRICS summit in China. on grounds of religion, Most of the programmes,which were made in India contained alleged hate speeches of Naik who had reportedly "urged all Muslims to be terrorists"through Peace TV An educational trust run by Naik has already beenprevented from receiving foreign funds and agencies arelooking into their activities With inputs from PTI The Pakistan government’s offer to 67 Kashmiri students suspended by the Swami Vivekanand Subharti University in Meerut to seek admission in any Pakistani university has found few takers in Kashmir even though the suspended students are demanding that their admissions be transferred from the private university in Meerut to some other university Following the sedition case slapped against the students and their suspension for cheering Pakistan in an Asia cup match (the sedition case was later withdrawn) a spokesperson for Pakistan’s Foreign Office had said on Thursday in Islamabad that they would welcome the suspended students to their universities Three of the suspended Kashmiri students on their return home Pic courtesy ibnlive "Our hearts and educational institutions are open for all Kashmiri students who were suspended and charged with sedition for celebrating Pakistan’s victory” the spokesperson had said The display of opportunism was not limited to across the border Back in Kashmir sensing political trouble and deep public outrage Chief Minister Omar Abdullah called his counterpart in Uttar Pradesh to intervene The Uttar Pradesh government dropped the sedition charges although the suspension of the students continues However even before the sedition charges were dropped the expelled students found support from several organisations based in Pakistan including the militant organisation Jamaat-ud-Dawa a banned outfit which also announced a scholarship for the students to study anywhere in the world The students however appeared disinclined “We are not interested in studying in Pakistan We want to continue our studies here maybe in some other university In a university where we won’t be called terrorists and Pakistanis We are more worried about our studies but people are playing politics over the issue” said Athar Nazir one of the 67 expelled students while speaking to Firstpost The majority of the students Firstpost spoke to on Friday reacted cautiously to the announcement by the Pakistan foreign office Not only did they say they would not be taking up the offer but they also said they were more keen to see a change in the attitude of Indians and an end to the discrimination meted out to them on the basis of their political identity “We are being called terrorists in that university whenever a blast happens in Pakistan they tell us that look what is happening in your country If we are Indian citizens and Kashmir is an integral part of India why do they call us Pakistanis” Saqib Manzoor a student of B Tech and one of the recipients of the Prime Ministers Scholarship said Another student said he was bitter about the experience — the scholarship was meant to build bridges between Kashmiris and those from the mainstream but instead the students had come back with memories of teachers and an education system better than one they can expect in Kashmir but with no avenue to continue their education there In Kashmir politics has taken centrestage over the issue Separatists are protesting against the suspension saying the move has ‘punctured’ the tall claims of democracy and secularism and mainstream political parties want to keep the issue alive for the electoral gains in approaching elections When India opened its economy in the early nineties students from other parts of country started looking West for better education It was during the same time that the insurgency erupted in the Kashmir Valley and worried parents who wanted to save their children from conflict chose other Indian cities for their children’s education Most of those students ended up in universities in Uttar Pradesh Bangalore Pune and other Indian cities Although Delhi offered better education comparatively a section of politically conscious Kashmiri students avoided it fearing the city’s police force which is notorious in Kashmir for branding Kashmiri students as militants Educational infrastructure and quality of imparting education remain poor in the Valley and especially after emergence of militancy A recent report by the Comptroller & Auditor General of India (CAG) pulled up Kashmir University (KU) the face of education in Kashmir Valley for overlooking its own rules and regulations Its scholarly output according to educationists is pathetic and its system of education backward That is also one of the reason lakhs of Kashmiri students every year chose universities in small towns of India outside Kashmir It is there the government of India by providing scholarships to Kashmir students wanted to build bridges These campuses were foreseen as the harbinger of change among the new generation of Kashmiri students but this experience would be seen as a setback to that process Meanwhile support for the Pakistani cricket team is nothing new in Kashmir The truth is that in many Kashmiri households if India plays Kenya they will celebrate a Kenyan win It is seen as another way of expressing anger against the Indian state a reflection of an unresolved political struggle running through decades of conflict Late in November 2011 a court in Srinagar acquitted 12 men 28 years after they were accused of digging a pitch at the first International match held at the Bakhsi Stadium in Srinagar It was an India Vs West Indies tie in 1983 The 12 Kashmiris were accused of attacking the pitch during the lunch break The match became a legend in Kashmir the home side booed by supporters of the separatists and eventually losing the game The authorities in Meerut might have thought it fit to send the Kashmiri students back home to avert any possibility of clashes between the two groups but unfortunately it has once again widened the gulf that the architects of the Prime Minister’s Scholarship Scheme were so keen to bridge Former Union Minister PChidambaramon Sunday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious ‘Make In India’ scheme saying it is not working and is only “part of an event management” “Make In India (scheme) to give a boost to manufacturing It is not a question of whether it will work It must work Today it is not working I am sorry to be blunt today it is only a part of an event management” he said Representational Image Reuters Chidambaram was speaking at a panel discussion on former RBI Governor D Subbarao’s book Who Moved My Interest Rate at the Indian Institute of Management in Bengaluru He referred to UCO Bank Chairman R K Thakkar’s remarks that there was no credit demand in the manufacturing sector which he said meant no investments were being made “Just read the interview of Chairman of UCO Bank He has said there is no demand for credit in the manufacturing sector which means there are no investments being made” Thakkar had said in an interview to a newspaper that there was no demand for credit at least in the manufacturing and the core sectors there are no fresh investments Chidambaram said the government must go back to the drawing board and find out ways to make India work “It must move from event management to actual laying of foundation stones actual bhoomi poojas and actual inauguration of factories That is not happening” he said Replying to a query Chidambaram said the current account deposit is well under control? 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Chishti was a talented cricketer. It is all Maaya There is a parallel story of Rahul Singh (played by Vipul Gupta) who is smothered on the two ends by his over-demanding father-in-law and frigid wife. And now, ‘Hasmukh Pigal Gaya’ is directed by Sejal Shah and is also the launching pad for filmmaker O P Rahlan’s grandson Armaan. which means I will be watching the World Cup with the real Kolkata, Whereas, The siblings, 2017 9:40 am UNHCR opened a new camp in northern Iraq to shelter the increasing number of Iraqi families fleeing the fighting in western Mosul.manager of the accounts division. the former also fittingly hitting the winning shot – a four.

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