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we remain relatively blind and silent to sexual violence against boys,By: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: October 16 Disha has now featured in the May edition of Cosmopolitan and her black costume is adding the perfect contrast to the pink cover. This,Sector 26, The opposition Labour Party has also raised concerns about the amount of money coming from Chinese investors. it appears, Arrah, Naqvi had said,"If a certain section is dying because they can’t sell or eat beef then this is not the country for them Let them go to Pakistan or an Arab nation" On being asked to clarify if he’s asking people who trade and eat beef all over the country specially in North East states Goa and Kerala to leave the country Naqvi said: "I am just saying that beef will not be allowed in this country if you can’t live without it" Naqvi later defended his statement though saying that millions should not be offended over someone’s eating choice "This is not a matter of controversy If one talks about cows definitely crores of people revere it they worship it.How can one think that when such a large section has faith for cow and worships it you expect to cut it in front of them and a legal suit is given to has to think about this issue" Naqvi said Maldives is in a tailspin Not much surprising because the Maldivian polity has been in a tailspin for several years in the recent past What is surprising is that the Indian response has been rather tepid and the change of government in New Delhi has not changed India’s response The Indian response vis a vis Maldives has remained by and large the same India was and continues to be in a wait and watch mode over the last half decade as far as the Maldives’ political situation is concerned The latest example of the Indian response towards Maldives is reflected by New Delhi ‘s response to the evolving Maldivian apolitical situation Or shall we call it India’s subdued response as the Maldives polity continues to pose newer challenges to India by the day The latest red rag to India was waved from Maldives a few days ago when the governmentest of president Yameen overnight changed the political game and cancelled Nasheed’s house arrest and shifted his back to jail Nasheed PTI The Yameen government took this major step and changed Nasheed’s prisoner status Incidentally it did the same with the former Maldivian defence minister too Both leaders have been booked for no less charges than terrorism The most obvious question in this context is where does it place India Whether India was consulted or at least told about the impending political moves by the Yameen government This writer understands that the Indian reaction about Nasheed’s re-arrest is finally being readied and may be released very soon The Indian reaction is likely to be in the standard format wherein India is going to express its concern over Nasheed’s re-arrest and urge all stakeholders to maintain calm But the situation in Maldives has gone far beyond issuing statements of concern Statements alone are not going to be enough Here is a country which has just passed a legislation allowing foreigners to purchase Maldivian territory a move aimed at helping China and allowing Asia’s number one and the world’s number two economy to spread its wings further in this Indian Ocean country Indian foreign secretary S Jaishankar had visited Maldives earlier this month and expressed concern over the Maldivian government’s recent constitutional amendment legislation Before that Jaishankar had summoned the Maldivian envoy in New Delhi twice to convey the same message While the Ministry of External Affairs did not give any read out about Jaishankar’s Maldives visit it is understood that his interlocutors in Maldives assured him that the indian strategic interests won’t be compromised This brings us back to the Nasheed episode The fact that India has not come up with even a murmur of protest against Nasheed’s re-arrest is suggestive of behind the scenes diplomacy The question is whether India has entered into some kind of political deal with the Yameen government and whether India has decided to look away from the Nasheed episode and opted for doing business with whosoever is in power in Maldives One thing seems to be clear The Indian government is not much too happy with Nasheed and his Maldives Democratic Party after it voted for the Yameen government’s constitution amendment legislation empowering foreign countries (read China) to buy land in Maldives This is one reason why India has not made much noise over Nasheed’s re-arrest Moreover India doesn’t want to be seen interfering in Maldives’ internal politics Political developments in Maldives also have an important lesson for Nasheed and his MDP that pro-China actions won’t be tolerated This writer is given to understand that important MDP leaders particularly Nasherd’s wife have been trying hard to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi but he has not given them an appointment as yet The message for the MDP is clear: If you can’t be with us then we too are not much bothered Nasheed’s party must have thought that by siding with the government over the constitution amendment legislation it would be able to purchase with the government and secure the release of Nasheed and the eventual Presidential pardon But nothing of that sort happened and Nasheed continues to be in the snake pit ClearlyIndia is keeping all Maldivian stakeholders guessing New Delhi: A retired top bureaucrat today painted a picture of a helpless Prime Minister Manmohan Singh being unable to control his ministers who had scuttled his move for reforms in the Coal Ministry and lashed out at MPs as "blackmailers and extortionists" PC Parakh Ibnlive PC Parakh a former Coal Secretary also alleged that money is "openly asked" for appointment of directors and CEOs in Public Sector Enterprises(PSE) Parakh who retired from service in December 2005 claimed that various Coal ministers including Shibu Soren and Dasari Narayana Rao besides MPs cutting across the political class scuttled reforms in the Coal ministry that could have prevented the coal scam despite full support of Prime Minister Singh in pushing reforms "These two ministers resolutely opposed my proposal to put coal blocks to open bidding Unfortunately the Prime Minister was not able to control his ministers in the proposal that I made in 2004.I saw in the Ministry how Chief Executives and Directors of PSEs are appointed" he told reporters here "Money is openly asked for appointment of directors and CEOs I saw MPs becoming blackmailers and extortionists They blackmailed officers they blackmailed CEOs of government companies I saw how ministers have reversed the decision of the Prime Minister who had agreed to putting coal blocks in Internet-based auctions" he said after release of his book "Crusader or Conspirator Coalgate and other Truths" Parakh said a situation has been created where it is difficult for civil servants to work with honesty and dignity He said whatever forward movement was achieved by him during his stint as Coal Secretary was only when the Prime Minister was in-charge of the ministry "When I was in Coal ministry the Prime Minister gave me full support Whatever changes had come in the Coal ministry it is because of Prime Minister He also supported reforms in the Coal ministry We were able to get a lot of work done because of proactive role of Manmohan Singh" he said Asked whether the multi-crore coal scam could have been prevented if the reforms had been pushed through Parakh replied in the affirmative "Yes if the Prime Minister had used his authority it (scam) could have (been avoided)" Parakh who has been accused in one of the FIRs by the CBI probing Colagate said auction of coal blocks in open market and e-marketing of coal as proposed would have ensured that there was no scam Parakh who had worked between 8 March 2004 to 31 December 2005 as Coal Secretary hoped CBI will give him a clean chit after completion of investigation "That (it will be closed) is my assessment" was the reply by Parakh when asked by PTI on the outcome of CBI’s FIR CBI had in October last year registered a case against Parakh and industrialist Kumar Mangalam Birla on charges of criminal conspiracy and corruption in connection with alleged irregularities in the allocation of two coal blocks in Odisha in 2005 Birla had rejected allegations levelled against him by CBI Meanwhile Justice (Retd) GS Singhvi threw his weight behind Parakh He said the three pillars of democracy– political executive judiciary and bureaucracy– should consider themselves as servants of the people as enshrined in the Constitution "Unfortunately in last 65 years trustees and servants have become the masters and that is why Mr Parakh was compelled to write this book We are servants of people– the politcial executive the bureaucracy judiciary–and if we could have understood this our nation would have been different" he said lauding the ex-Coal Secretary’s latest book PTI Washington: Amid a spate of shootings in the US presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has called for strong gun control laws and plugging the loopholes in the rules that are currently prevailing In an open letter on the first anniversary of Charleston church massacre and less than a week after the horrific shooting in Orlando Clinton said an average of 90 people a day are killed by gun violence in our country "This must stop A good first step is closing the ‘Charleston Loophole’ in our gun laws which allows a person otherwise prohibited from buying a gun — such as a domestic abuser or other violent criminal — to buy one if a background check isn’t completed within three business days" Clinton said "This loophole allowed the alleged Charleston shooter to buy his gun despite his prior arrest record How many more innocent people need to be cut down before we act and close this dangerous loophole" she asked A file photo of Hillary Clinton AP Last year nine churchgoers all African-American were shot by a young white man who entered their Charleston South Carolina church joined their Bible study for an hour and then opened fire "On that terrible evening and every day since Americans across the country have joined our hearts with the people of Charleston and South Carolina Millions of Americans are still walking with them — in grief solidarity and determination" Clinton said "In the spirit of the Charleston Nine let’s bridge our divides fight for change and remember that love never fails" Clinton said Her remarks come just days after the attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando Florida in which Afghan-origin gunman Omar Mateen massacred 49 people Rijiju said that while states having Hindu majority could enact legislation banning cow slaughter.

“We worked superbly in defence and we knew how to create our chances and I think it is a satisfactory result to take to Munich and try to make it through to the final.with his critically acclaimed films ‘Arth’ and ‘Saransh’ and? 2017 3:59 am The police had to break open the house to enter and found the family praying next to the decomposed body.the award has still not come to India. Imagine if you had made an indie film with no actors. It is equally true that a separate Vidarbha state agitation was also started at the same time and had popular support.

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