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By: PTI | Mumbai | Updated: December 3 “AMAZING!!” The survivors on stage—including Lady Gaga—have gotten matching tattoos in solidarity @ladygaga pictwittercom/wZvXrRqfBT — Elver ∞ (@elverurbina1) March 4 2016 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: November 17 2016 2:31 am Top News The Mumbai District Cooperative Bank has filed a petition in the Bombay High Court against an RBI circular preventing cooperative banks from accepting deposits in demonetised currency notes The petition seeks setting aside of the circular Watch What Else is Making News Mumbai District Cooperative Bank is chaired by BJP member Pravin Darekar The petition states that the circular is discriminatory and arbitrary besides violating fundamental rights “No reason has been given for singling out cooperative banks like this We act as bankers to other cooperative societies within Mumbai district If the circular is followed cooperative societies will not be able to deposit the discontinued currency notes with their banker This would cause loss to members of such societies” states the petition It further added that various hospitals petrol pumps medical stores have their accounts with the bank They too will be affected according to the petition “There are 103873 saving accounts operating by individuals and 12285 saving accounts opened by housing societies” the petition states It adds that the circular would affect people who have taken loans and pay their EMI through cash For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PranabDhalSamanta | Published: June 25 2010 3:30 am Related News India is talking to Pakistan because resumption of dialogue is a leverage Right Wrong India is talking to Pakistan because not talking is a worse outcome This is the hard-headedrealist premise that is guiding Indias current diplomatic efforts Over the past month as it prepared for talksit also heard out other key interlocutors including Western powers with presence and influence in Islamabad Three broad messages came through firstthe Pakistan army is not prepared to shelve its anti-India agendarather one should expect just the opposite; secondthe Mumbai attack trials are unlikely to yield any quick verdict given the high acquittal rate in all terror attack cases inside Pakistan; thirdHafiz Mohammed Saeed is far too important to the Pakistani security agencies at this stage for the civilian government in Islamabad to take any meaningful action that would please India Furtherit is clear that New Delhi will end up having to show more generosity if this process has to move on because there are serious limitations to what the Yousaf Raza Gilani government can deliver This sobering reality has made it difficult for Indian diplomats to frame what will constitute acceptable outcomes; except for signaling that Pakistan shouldat leastreaffirm its commitment to not allow its territory to be used for terror attacks against India and that it is willing to accept the substantive progress made through the back-channel between 2004 and 2008 So it is clear that despite the lowered optimism on achieving any of the deliverables that New Delhi had set out as markers for resumption of the dialogue process after the Mumbai attacksthe government has realised that it has no choice but to continue with the engagement process While it is still wary of the criticism it would invite in case it deepens the dialogue process without much result on the terror frontwhat is more important is to provide a sound strategic underpinning to this engagement effort One clear example of how India is still grappling with framing such a strategy is its stoic silence to ISI Chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pashas proposal to meet his Indian counterpart in a third country It is reliably confirmed that Lt Gen Pasha made this proposal through the Indian defence attachés posted in Islamabad This has been sounded out more than once but India is still to take a call The first doubtwhich could well be the caseis that this could just be all form and no substance and the second isof courseabout who will be the appropriate counterpart As it turns outthere have been instances of the RAW chief having met the ISI chief in the past so there should not be much difficulty in resolving the counterpart question though there is a strong case of nominating someone even more senior As for the first predicamentthere is no doubt that the conversation has little chance of success in terms of concrete outcomes buton balanceit is a better idea to talk In factsetting the contradictions asidethere is no other viable choice but to continuously strive to broaden the engagement matrix with Pakistan in a rational and calculated way The starting point for this has to be a firm acknowledgement of the principle that engagement cannot be conceived as a leverage in itself Ratherit is a process which can create leverage points In other wordsthere is every merit in examining engagement as a security strategy than as an action predicated on what the other sidein this case Pakistandoes on terror A flexible engagement strategy will ensure that the hard message on terror isat leastdelivered to those who have influence over it Take the case of Hafiz Saeedwhich has perplexed India no end as he continues to spew hatred against Indiaopenly on the streets of Lahore even after this was specifically raised at the crucial Thimphu meeting Now it turns outaccording to information available with Indiathat there is a tussle within the Lashkar-e-Toiba itself with the younger Lashkar members wanting to raise the groups profile by aligning its priorities to that of other international terror syndicates working against the West On the other handSaeed wants to keep the outfit India-focused while there is a minority view inside LeT that the group should even participate in the terror uprising within Pakistan In other wordstop Indian officials now have confirmation that there is growing difference of views within the rank and file of LeT over its future role This has increased the challenge for Pakistani intelligence agencies if they have to keep LeT under control and that is where Saeed is vital to his handlers This just illustrates the complexity of the situation and the dynamic nature of the terror problem in Pakistanthe epicentre of which is gradually shifting to southern Punjab For India to keep pace with these developments and shield itself effectivelyit needs to create multiple channels of engagement and calibrate the process accordingly This is exactly what the problem has become with the composite dialogue By stoppingpausing and sometimes incrementally starting the processdue to terror incidentsIndia has started to harm its own credibility This cycle has played out so many times that neither does pausing the dialogue hold any punch as a hard diplomatic message nor does it help India garner international support against terrorist groups in Pakistan On the contraryit ends up giving Pakistan an opportunity to underline Indian recalcitrance and effectively argue against it as an unreasonable position It isthereforevital to have a broader and more realistic interpretation of what constitutes an engagement strategy This is specifically applicable in Pakistans case given the internal turmoil in that country The armythe fundamentalist groupsthe political parties and the Pakistani civil society are living in a universe of contradictions with no single entity fully in control of policy and direction Much of the Western worldwhich too faces maximum risks from terrorists trained in Pakistanhas realised that the best chance is in engaging every segment of the complicated Pakistani system That is why it becomes hard to fathom as to why India has delayed its response to the ISI chiefs offer Or for that matterwhy is there still no creative effort to reach out to the Pakistan army chiefexcept routine requests from the Indian High Commission It is unfortunate that an engagement process be reduced to starting the composite dialogue or not And Islamabad has been quick on its feet to tell New Delhi that it was India which coined this term in the 1990s and sowhy would it want to change it And if sowhat would it now like to call it With serious existential questions facing itPakistan will want to bring India back into its internal political theatre be it through the question of river water sharingallegations of a dubious role in Balochistan and Afghanistan or for that matter taking the Kashmir issue to its very origins The signs are already visible in the demands being made through bilateral channels It is now for India to face up to this reality and put in place a comprehensive engagement strategy that involves all the stakeholders in Pakistanincluding external actors To assume that peace deals can be struck with the civilian government while cleverly keeping the military and other related actors out of the picture is as simplistic and removed from reality as the notion that not talking at all will bring pressure on Pakistan to rein in on terror outfits like the LeT Pakistan is changing by the day in unimaginable ways and any long-term strategy wouldthereforehave to be centred around the implications those changes hold for India pranabsamanta@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: February 16 2017 11:21 pm The new user interface called UX 60 will be optimised for the 57-inch QHD+ ‘Full Vision’ display Related News LG has been dropping hints along the way about what to expect from its anticipated smartphone the G6 Now LG the South Korean company has posted a teaser on YouTube that reveals the smartphone will feature a new user interface The new user interface called UX 60 will be optimised for the 57-inch QHD+ ‘Full Vision’ display with an unusual 18:9 aspect ratio LG 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on the right Also read:LG G6 to pack a bigger 3200mAh capacity battery: Report LG G6 will make its official debut on February 26 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona As previously speculated the G6 will likely to feature a water-resistant metal body a Snapdragon 821 processor improved rear and front-facing cameras and a 3200mAh battery For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsLucknow: As many as 51 girls were rescued on Saturday after a raid was conducted on a madrasa in the old city area following complaints of sexual harassment of the inmates by the institute’s manager police said A senior police official said madrasa manager Mohammad Taiyab Zia was arrested Uttar Pradesh police Representational image AFP Acting on a tip-off by locals a police team carried out a raid at Madrasa Jamia Khadeejtul Qubra Lilabnat in Yasinganj area under Saadatganj police station last night police said "The madrasa manager was arrested and 51 girls being held hostage in the institution in the old city area were rescued following the raid" they said Police said as they made arrangements for sending the inmates to their parents the girls narrated their ordeal alleging inhumane treatment and molestation by the accused Investigations to ascertain whether the madarsa was being run illegally or was registered are on they said The police said more than 100 girls study at the madarsa and the rest were not present at the time of the raid By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 28 2017 5:37 pm Sunny Leone’s house is a dream come true for so many of us Top News Sunny Leone is spending some quality time with her husband Daniel Weber in Los Angeles The actor has been sharing a lot of many videos and pictures giving her fans a sneak-peek into the fun she has been having on her vacation While her fans are already jealous Sunny just gave them more reasons to feel so The actor shared short videos on her Instagram account where she took the viewers on a trip of her LA home and trust us when we say it is totally a dreamy place With royal colour tones chandeliers and two puppies to welcome you home Sunny’s home for sure captures the essence of the saying home is where the heart is Now it makes us wonder if her Mumbai home looks similar We would want her to give us a trip of her Mumbai residence too In another video while she was introducing a room blue room as she calls it Sunny also made us listen to Daniel strumming the guitar Recently the two have been leaving temperatures soaring with their hot photo shoots More from the world of Entertainment: At first a photo shoot with Sunny and Daniel in a bathtub went viral and now their hot picture where Daniel can be seen unbuttoning the former adult star is making the news The actor at present shot for a stage show but there is no news about her next screen presence On the work front Sunny last appeared in Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees in a dance number Laila Main Laila Her stint with SRK made news as it was the first time that the actors shared the screen space together Check out Sunny Leone’s house: In an interview she said that she understands that not every project can be as big as Raees “I take everything as it comes Not every moment is what it is at this very current time I wish it could be So I wish and pray that every project is as big as this one but obviously it is not mostly the case” Sunny told IANS For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: February 15 2017 2:58 pm Sanjay Dutt Aditi Rao to play father- daughter in Bhoomi Top News Sanjay Dutt’s comeback film goes on floors today in Agra The actor with his on-screen daughter Aditi Rao Hydari has started shooting for the film which will be directed by Omung Kumar of Sarbjit fame The mahurat shot of the film to be produced by T-Series and Legend Studios took place in Agra The revenge drama will be the first film of Sanjay after he finished his jail term The movie revolves around the relationship between a father and daughter Aditi Rao Hydari is cast in the role of Dutt’s daughter Shekhar Suman and Sharad Kelkar also play important roles in the film More from the world of Entertainment: Producer Sandeep Singh said the father-daughter pair of Sanjay and Aditi will be seen sharing screen for the first time “I am really keen on seeing the brilliance of two talented actors in a never-seen-before pairing come alive on screen” he said Bhoomi is scheduled to release on August 4 Look at more pictures from the shoot: Meanwhile apart from Bhoomi Sanjay Dutt and Aditi Rao Hydari are working on special projects respectively Sanjay is helping Ranbir Kapoor to prep-up for his biopic directed by Rajkumar Hirani while Aditi is awaiting the release of her much-awaited Tamil film Kaatru Veliyidai directed by Mani Ratnam Also read |How Ranbir Kapoor transformed into Sanjay Dutt These pics left usopen-mouthed The actor will also appear in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s magnum opus project Padmavati Aditi would play the wife of Alaudin Khijli the character played by Ranveer Singh The film also stars Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor in the lead roles For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsDelhi University’s Student Union (DUSU) elections are scheduled for 12 September A poll-bound North Campus looks something like this: There are garlanded campaigners backed by a gang of loud sloganeers that go from one college to another hundreds of the same posters are pasted on walls behind e-rickshaws and even on billboards Unimaginatively these bear only the name and party of the candidate Ask the student who goes around campus with slouched backpacks what they think of politics and they say “It’s a good launch pad for a longer career in national politics” Some other students huddled outside chai and maggi stalls say “People enroll in law degrees to contest and stay in the university longer there is big money in politics and easy fame” Amidst U-Special buses are several SUVs carrying an entourage of campaigners dressed quite predictably in white kurtas and jeans Yet another student says “The candidates are mostly from the Jat and Gurjar community In 2016-17 all four posts (president vice president secretary and joint secretary) were won by candidates from these communities that are for whatever reason infamous for rowdiness Why can’t elections be issue-based and intelligent” they ask This one-sidedness is lending incompleteness to this so called democratic exercise and the absence of women and students from North East is particularly hard to ignore Of the 22 women’s colleges in Delhi University only five colleges participate in DUSU elections These include Aditi Mahavidyalaya Lakshmibai College Bhagini Nivedita College Miranda House and SP Mukherji College for Women This means that a little less than 80 percent of DU’s women students don’t cast their vote Let’s take the example of Gurmehar Kaur whose social media outburst against ABVP made her famous Today she can’t vote because she’s a student of Lady Shri Ram College which isn’t a part of DUSU “Within our college premises our voice is free In our college union elections there’s a budgetary limit of Rs 3000 per candidate and only one prop can be used” says Kaur a literature student If women’s colleges are embraced within the larger democratic machinery they will bring in higher standards of discipline and might make the student wings of big political parties like the National Students Union of India (NSUI) and the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) more accountable towards maintaining peace “What’s the point of being cynical and protecting the girls from ‘dirty politics’ What comes out of protectionist and patriarchal spaces is a regressive mindset because girls might not have the tools or awareness to find their own voice in an increasingly political society It is a sort of ideological incarceration” says Sandhya D Nambiar professor of English at Jesus and Mary College another politically inactive college for women in DU’s South Campus Representational image AFP The role of women in the last six years has been limited to the positions of general secretary and joint secretary with the exception of ABVP’s Priyanka Chhawri who served as the vice-president of the union in 2016-17 Kawal Preet Kaur of the All India Students Association (AISA) joined the party when she was an undergrad student at Indraprastha College for Women which isn’t affiliated to DUSU She is now pursuing a degree in law from the university “In big parties like NSUI and ABVP women representation is more of tokenism DU politics is masculine in nature and it is part of AISA’s agenda to push for off-campus women’s colleges to join DUSU because to change a system one has to first be a part of it” explains the girl who is busy campaigning these days Instead of ensuring the safety of girls in a volatile environment it’s easier to just keep them away from it all “This is nothing but benevolent sexism” says Itisha Nagar professor of psychology at Kamala Nehru College an all-girls college in South Delhi The lack of being able to participate can be internalised by the girls as not being capable enough which leads to disenchantment with student issues at large She feels that being politically in sync with the rest of the students might be helpful in an era of social movements like Pinjra Tod (break the hostel locks) a fight for secure affordable and not gender-discriminatory accommodation for women students across Delhi Last year when the Delhi University inserted the None of The Above (NOTA) button on ballot boxes 17712 voters opted for it and this meant a seven percent dip in student participation from the 2015 Earlier this year St Stephens’ the alma mater of politicians like Kapil Sibal and Shashi Tharoor decided to apply for autonomy When granted St Stephens’ will be free to take its own decisions in framing syllabus fee structure and starting new college branches The institution doesn’t participate in DUSU elections and isn’t a member of the Delhi University Teachers’ Association either The oldest college in Delhi (established in 1881) now stands amidst the DUSU’s annual blitzkrieg as though disapprovingly The other ignored segment of voters that is suffering from disenchantment is students from the North East There are more than 20000 of them out of which less than 5000 cast their vote according to statistics shared by the North East Students’ Society Delhi University (NESSDU) which was established in 2012 Subrato Borah a former chairman of the organisation says the students are fed up of being treated like second class citizens He raises the issue of lack of accommodation for northeastern students and asks why large empty spaces within the campus cannot be utilised to construct more hostels “The Rajiv Gandhi Girls Hostel was built with funds from the DoNER Ministry but 1000 out of the 2500 seats have been given to outsiders There are no hostels for our boys Why would the students be interested in voting if basic needs haven’t been addressed in so many years” asks Borah He adds that Kiren Rijiju Union Minister of State for Home Affairs is also from the North East and that students aren’t seeing him take any concrete steps to make their lives simpler which further forces them to give up on the system and recede into their cocoons Rijum Rijum who is pursuing History (Honours) from Bhagat Singh college and hails from Arunachal Pradesh points out that the students unions don’t raise issues such as why Hindi is a qualifying subject when students from the North East aren’t familiar with it?“People in North India treat us like foreigners because of the lack of awareness about our culture There should be more about our history and culture in the curriculum” he said Pinky Baishy former cultural secretary of DUSU volunteers a little known fact: She used to conduct meetings with the Delhi Police so students in need of translators could reach out for help Another reason for the present polling ratio is the fact that students from the North East often don’t contest elections “Unless there are candidates the students can identify with the voter turnout won’t increase” says Adarsh Saharia who is from Assam and is contesting independently for the post of president from law faculty Professor Kamei Aphun who teaches sociology at the Delhi School of Economics says a Nodal Office for northeastern students may be present in every college but claims that this person is largely inactive unless a specific complaint needs to be addressed There’s thus a need for a more positive outreach by these bodies so that students from the North East feel their positioning in DU is more than that of a group constantly caught up in law and ordercomplications “The North East is seen as one block of votes and social mixture is limited The problem with North East cells is that only students from the seven states of the North East participate and that further pushes them into a corner when what’s actually needed is integration” said Amrapali Basumatary who teaches English at Kirori Mal College The problem is that successful integration requires a nuanced analysis and strategic action and at least till now DUSU doesn’t seem to have either "Iss mulkh ne har shaks jo ko kaam tha saunpa uss shaks ne uss kaam ki maachis jalakar chhod dee (Everyone in India was given a particular work to do But they instead let it burn down to the ground)" Piyush Mishra’s dialogue from the political drama film Gulaalcan be used to sum-up student politics in Delhi University in one cinematic frame The scene on campus is akin to the scene of match sticks in the hands of some being lit with passion and fury only to ultimately die to the floor A 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