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” the Congress leader said. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by FAHAD SAMAR | Published: October 18, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: August 24,s work. he wanted to provide medical treatment for cancer patients. On September 18 Johanx claimed that he was sending gifts from New York and asked the woman to donate the gifts to an NGO In the last week of September a woman posing as a custom officer from Delhi called up the victim and asked her to pay duty for the gifts “The victim consulted the New York man who assured her that he would repay the amount to her Momeen then paid Rs 45 lakh (through online transfers) in three installments” said an officer Later when the woman who posed as a custom officer called Momeen again and demanded Rs 5 lakh more to issue an “Anti-Terrorism certificate” the victim grew suspicious “She informed her husband about the incident and approached J J Marg police station She submitted a written application in November and after preliminary investigations we registered the case” an officer said The woman in her statement to the police said she gave the money she and her husband had been saving for their son’s education Apart from that Momeen’s relative lent her some money The case has been registered under Sections 420 (cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property) and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intention) of the Indian penal Code along with Sections 66 (B) and (C) under Information Technology Act For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: December 9 2011 3:39 am Related News An international conference in Bonn this weekattended by nearly 100 nations and international organisationssought to create the conditions for an orderly Western military retreat from Afghanistan and ensuring the international communitys continued support to the government in Kabul after 2014 That the conference ended in a whimperthanks to its boycott by Pakistan and the Talibanis hardly surprising Both the Bonn conference and the one in Istanbul that took place last month were based on the assumption that diplomacy can ensure a successful political transition in Afghanistan Three problems with this approach have begun to destroy the widespread international illusions about a negotiated settlement to the Afghan conflict The first is about the timing The current international diplomatic effort is taking place at a time when the weakness of the United States and its allies is manifest and the domestic support in the West for a long-term military involvement in Afghanistan is fast eroding It would be nave to believe that the US can win at the negotiating table what it could not secure on the battlefield after a decade-long intervention in Afghanistan at the cost of much blood and treasure That the West turned to diplomacy in Afghanistan was in itself an acknowledgement of the failure of its military plans to consolidate the post-Taliban political arrangements in Kabul that were outlined at the first edition of the Bonn conference a decade ago Diplomacy can be a useful complement to the successful application of military power But it cannot be a substitute for military victory A second set of problems relates to the expectations that the Taliban can be induced to negotiate a reasonable political compromise on the political future of Afghanistan Having earlier underestimated the resilience of the Talibanwhich enjoys the Pakistan armys supportWashington and its allies are now negotiating from a position of weakness The American military leadership argued that with sufficient time and resources it could whack the Taliban into suing for peace That does nothoweverfit in with President Barack Obamas political calendar and the growing exhaustion in the US Congress with the Afghan war The leaders of the Talibanmeanwhilehad chosen to kill former president Burhanuddin RabbaniKabuls principal interlocutor for negotiating a political reconciliation That revealed the Talibans commitment to a peaceful resolution of the civil war The history of civil wars in our age reminds us that they are not easily amenable to a negotiated compromise More often than notcivil wars end in the victory of one party over the others The Sri Lankan conflict is the latest example of that trend-line In Afghanistanthe Taliban and its supporters think time is on their side and victory will soon be at hand Thirddiplomacy can succeed only when the divergence of interests between different parties to a conflict is bridgeableand there is room for finding win-win solutions to all In Afghanistanwhat we have instead is a zero-sum game Few can deny the fundamental incompatibility of the goals of the international community with those of Pakistan in Afghanistan The world says it wants a strong and centralised state in Afghanistan Pakistanin contrastwants a weak state in Afghanistan that it can control The international community is willing to live with a moderate Islamic state in Afghanistan that is tolerant of sectarian diversity within the nation and does not export its ideology to the rest of the world The Pakistan armys instruments for influence in Afghanistan the Taliban and the Haqqani network espouse a radical and intolerant variant of Islam and are in alliance with international groups that seek to spread their influence through terror On the face of itthese powerful contradictions between the international community and Rawalpindi can only be resolved when one side makes significant concessions For the US this means either leaving Afghanistan at the mercy of the Pakistan army or turning up military and economic heat on Rawalpindi in order to change its strategic calculus Rawalpindi is betting that the US and Europe do not have the stomach to follow the latter course The Pakistan army chiefGeneral Ashfaq Kayaniappears to have convinced himself that the West will have to quit Afghanistan sooner than laterand will need his support for a safe military passage out of the region Kayani has ordered the civilian government to review the entire gamut of the bilateral relationship with the US as he enforces a blockade of the international forces in Afghanistanwhose most important logistical line runs through Pakistani territory MeanwhileWashington is in two minds The Obama administration understands that the Pakistan army is part of the problem in Afghanistanbut is unwilling to follow through with the consequences of such an assessment given its dependence on Rawalpindi for conducting military operations As a resultWashington will continue to oscillate between trying to finesse the Pakistan problem and confronting it head on That the US has a weak hand does not mean Pakistan is about to prevail in Afghanistan Rawalpindis boldness in confronting the US is indeed impressive But Kayanis ability to control the events in Afghanistan might be rather limited The Pakistan economy is in doldrumsthe civil-military relations are in a shambles and Rawalpindis attempts to negotiate with the militant groups fighting the Pakistani state are going nowhere Meanwhilethe sectarian rivalry between Shia and Sunni extremist groups that has entrenched itself in Pakistan and gained ground in the Middle East amidst the deepening conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran has begun to envelop Afghanistan As Washington dithers and Rawalpindi overreachesIndia cannot bet on international conference diplomacy of the kind we have seen in Bonn InsteadNew Delhi should brace itself for anarchy and civil war in the north-western marches of the subcontinent as we approach 2014 The writer is a senior fellow at the Centre for Policy [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: December 20 2014 2:46 am Pranab Mukherjee had a ringside seat to observe how these profound changes were reflected in the corridors of power Related News Book: The Dramatic Decade: The Indira Gandhi Years Author: Pranab Mukherjee Publicatin:Rupa Publications Pages: 348 Price: Rs 595 We sometimes suspect that books by politicians are ghost-written because we find an unexpected degree of coherence or literary flair in them Pranab Mukherjee’s The Dramatic Decade makes you think it must be ghost-written for entirely the opposite reason: it says almost nothing The Seventies was truly a dramatic decade It witnessed the creation of Bangladesh the rise of mass movements like Jayaprakash Narayan’s strong labour and agrarian unrest agricultural transformation due to the Green Revolution industrial stagnation the experience of authoritarianism and crumbling institutions heady times in global politics with the CIA actively undermining left of centre regimes intensifying state control of the economy and so forth Pranab Mukherjee had a ringside seat to observe how these profound changes were reflected in the corridors of power Even as a junior minister he was a significant factor in these processes He had access to power He is a gifted politician who has managed to stay at the centre of power without having any real political base no mean achievement And yet he has almost nothing to reveal Nor does the book reflect upon the Seventies in any meaningful way It is hard to believe he actually wrote the book The book’s opening chapters deal with the creation of Bangladesh in a very textbookish way The rest of the dramatic decade is not framed around dramatic historical forces It is framed around one drama: the fall and rise of Indira Gandhi As the Epilogue touchingly puts it “Indira Gandhi India’s first woman Prime Minister and one who had her finger on the pulse of the masses was voted out by an unforgiving populace after the Emergency But then reminded of her vision of development and progress her commitment to the cause of the poor and the disadvantaged and her ability to equally take the rough with the smooth and not waver the people of India decisively brought her back to power in 1980” Although he concedes that the Emergency may have been a mistake for which Indira Gandhi paid a price the main narrative is structured around loyalty to Indira Gandhi The only virtue Mukherjee projects is his unwavering loyalty This too was an act of filial piety His father gave him a poignant piece of advice in 1978 “I hope you will not do anything that will make me ashamed of you It is when you stand by a person in his or her hour of crisis that you reveal your own humanity Don’t do anything that will dishonour your father’s memory” And Pranab Mukherjee’s equally emphatic gloss “I didn’t then or later waver from my loyalty to Indira Gandhi” Loyalty is indeed an admirable virtue But you get no sense of the strains it might impose the tensions it creates in heady political times Can there indeed be a conflict between loyalty to party and loyalty to country Most of Mukherjee’s judgements are structured around loyalty The book is open in its contempt for Siddhartha Shankar Ray the architect of a Bengali Congress brand of authoritarian politics It was he who tutored Indira Gandhi and indicated that she had the legal option of imposing emergency But when the Shah Commission was appointed these very people sought to distance themselves from Mrs Gandhi’s actions denying any knowledge Mukherjee focuses a lot on the factional fights within the West Bengal Congress but again almost entirely as a play of personalities factions and loyalties You would get little sense of the dramatic street violence or the agitational backdrop against which this politics was conducted Mukherjee has also been stingy in sharing insights into how government functions He admires JP but thinks he was a moral dupe throwing in his lot with a bunch of opportunistic politicians of the Janata Party What would they know of loyalty JP was also intransigent and forgot that politics is a play of personalities not principles There are moments of injured innocence that you suspect speak to the last five years more than the Seventies When the “bhrastachar hatao” movement was at its peak he writes “mere allegations were enough to write people off” After all Mukherjee was an anti-corruption crusader He recounts without a trace of irony that his biggest achievement as a minister was to order more crackdowns on tax evaders smugglers and hoarders of black money You will get a keen sense of how the license permit raj became a raid and search raj Mukherjee does concede that these measures did not quite work as expected So his biggest innovation in the Seventies was the Voluntary Disclosure Scheme something he seems rather proud of Those few pages unwittingly give you some insight into what might have gone wrong with Mukherjee’s disastrous tenure as Finance Minister: he sees development policy largely as a series of administrative actions often arbitrary The historical recounting of the Seventies has been better served by bureaucrats Books like DP Dhar’s asked some hard questions about the aftermath of the Bangladesh crisis The political economy of the Seventies has also been well served But its politics still remains elusive in the absence of declassified papers and good political memoirs To get a glimpse of the real politics two of the few sources are the declassified KGB and CIA archives (with all the caveats that apply to such sources) It is there that you find the real world of Indian politics: for instance the intricate connections between the political economy of tobacco in Andhra Pradesh and the geopolitics of the rupee-rouble trade; the mechanisms by which unions were busted newspapers intimidated and intrigues hatched and many innocents denounced as spies on the floor of Parliament In those pages and episodes Pranab Mukherjee emerges as a rather more interesting character though not in any significantly incriminating way We had expected him to be discreet But his self-effacing modesty and refusal to engage with history ring so false that it is hard to believe he wrote this book Pratap Bhanu Mehta is president Centre for Policy Research New Delhi For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Parvati Sharma | Published: August 28 2016 1:00 am Ssumier S Pasricha aka Pammi aunty Top News The other day my aunt and uncle my mother sister and I were driving out to dinner doing what families do on such long journeys: discussing the details of our days and gossiping But Delhi traffic is such that it will sap all joy from the most convivial conversation and at some point we lapsed into silence staring gloomily at the gridlock around us Then my aunt said “Have you all seen the new Pammi Aunty” Immediately the air changed We hadn’t seen it and so my aunt proceeded to recount it for us (and recount it I will add past any accusations of bias in pitch-perfect style) — so the rest of the way we were laughing uncontrollably and hardly noticed when we reached our destination In the last few weeks since Pammi Aunty entered our WhatsApp groups and our conversations we have all become fans and in this we are hardly alone Ssumier S Pasricha’s middle-aged housewife purple towel wrapped jauntily around her head speaking boisterous Punjabi with acerbic wit detailing the travails of everyday existence in Delhi’s Model Town has acquired thousands of followers and lakhs of views Much like Mallika Dua’s demanding disenchanted regular at Make-up Didi’s Pammi Aunty has a strangely immersive quality: she lodges herself in your mind and comes alive Recently to a friend complaining about bad network I said “Well that’s why you have ads of people making calls from jungles and mountaintops — you can’t get any signal at home” Only later did I realise that I’d been quoting Pammi Aunty (She gets on the subject while proposing a match for her eternal friend Sarla behenji’s daughter Dinky The boy’s family installs cell phone towers: “Tuade ghar de kamre-kamre vich tower lag jaan hain… ghar baithe gallan karoge tusi hor ki” (“You’ll have a tower in every room… you’ll be sitting at home chatting away”) What makes Pammi Aunty funny There’s no point asking: deconstructing comedy is like dissecting a goose for its golden eggs; you end up with a messy floor and no laughs But maybe there’s some point in wondering what makes middle-aged mothers such endless founts of humour — the mother in Goodness Gracious Me who’ll cook all the exotic food you crave “at home for nothing” save a small aubergine; Moni Mohsin’s frippery Butterfly; the sub-genre of “desi parent” skits on YouTube in which comedians like Zaid Ali and Lilly Singh routinely drape duppattas on their heads summon a steely expression and turn into sub-continental mothers The general consensus is that these depictions are “real”: articles on Pammi Aunty call her authentic typical everyday Pasricha himself has said that “Pammi Aunty is in every house we have grown up in” But the circumstances of Pammi Aunty’s typical life are not particularly funny She was bullied by her in-laws (her saas measured how much soap she used to bathe) and she now bullies her own noo (daughter-in-law) with breast-beating glee — though the poor girl’s only fault seems to be that she married Pammi Aunty’s precious Timmy acquired an MBA and once — once — made a foiled attempt at jaadu-tona on Pammi Aunty at the local Shani mandir while Pammi Aunty was plotting with Hanumanji next door She despises her own daughter Sweety’s mother-in-law however and maintains a scathing contempt for jeths and deors and a cynical mistrust of devranis and jethanis Like Butterfly she combines fierce and protective insularity with a vague grasp of world affairs: the news has no meaning unless it has immediate personal resonance (Brexit will send all its boys back to Model Town; Donald Trump and Sweety’s saas share a tendency to complain endlessly and would benefit from a bit of calming yoga) If this is typical it’s also a bit sad; and if I sound needlessly jaundiced keep a stiff drink by your side when you read Raphael Bob-Waksberg’s dirge for the best known blue-haired mother of all time Marge Simpson “Does Marge have any friends” it begins before imagining for Marge an emotional wasteland of unspoken loneliness and despair Given Pammi Aunty’s dizzying orbit of temples and kitty parties weddings and funerals her endless conversations with Sarla behenji — probably the best listener on the internet — it’s hard to imagine her lonely But through the whirl runs an undercurrent of anxiety and one-upmanship as for example in “Friendship’s day disaster” when Sarla behenji is invited to four wedding functions and Pammi Aunty to only two (“Saari salaavan mere kolon te public nu card” she mutters before declaiming “Jaayegi meri jooti” — “Come to me for advice then invite all the riff-raff”) Sweety lives in America and Timmy makes only one appearance looking like he wished he were elsewhere Her husband always is When I began watching Pasricha’s videos I wondered why he wasn’t doing Pammi Uncle; I was a little irritated even by a man playing a stereotypically gossipy small-minded housewife for laughs But now I think about it Pammi Aunty and her ilk have depths both comedic and tragic that no Pammi Uncle could realise For one thing there’s only so much humour you can dredge out of a paunch waxing monosyllabic at the TV news; for another older women mothers and grandmothers combine in them a peculiar mixture of grit and vulnerability that alloys into dramatic gold The scene my aunt enacted for us for example begins with louds shrieks that frighten Pammi Aunty awake in the dead of night She hurries out only to find her silly noo in tears because Germany lost the Euro Cup “Germany may have lost” says Pammi Aunty unmoved “But your mother’s still alive isn’t she” In any case she sighs to Sarla behenji the girl only does it for show she doesn’t even know how many wicket keepers and bowlers there are in a game The joke amongst other things is that Pammi Aunty thinks footballs are kicked through wickets which may be a stretch but is also the rub That old mothers don’t know basic things — Facebook modern love slang — is a joke as old as families But beneath it plays a deeper chord: they do know things; they know what an overreaction is they know when someone’s showing off they know as you will realise long after the fact which one of your modern lovers never really loved you Only the very young would laugh at Pammi Aunty only the relatively weathered can laugh with her For the rest of us we laugh when struck by her — typical authentic everyday — weave of knowingness and innocence And so maybe we laugh a little at ourselves for thinking we know better when in truth the joke’s on us Parvati Sharma is the author of Dead Camel and Other Tales of Love Close to Home and more recently The Story of Babur For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Hansa Verma | New Delhi | Updated: March 24 2017 10:39 am Oppo F3 Plus is company’s first smartphone to feature a dual (16MP+8MP) front camera set-up This is also the first 6-inch device from the company Related News Oppo Oppo which is now the number one smartphone company in China according to IDC’s Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker report has successfully managed to position its products as ‘Selfie-Experts’ in India For Oppo the focus has clearly been on smartphone camera technology with the company launching 5x smartphone photography technology at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February Additionally Oppo’s ‘Selfie-Expert’ series smartphones come with Beautify software that enhances a user’s photos artificially Following on the footsteps of vivo Oppo has now launched a smartphone with dual front camera set-up Oppo F3 Plus bears the same design language we saw on the F1 F1s and F1 Plus except for the screen size which is now bigger at 6-inches Oppo F3 Plus Oppo F3 Plus is company’s first smartphone to feature a dual (16MP+8MP) front camera set-up This is also the first 6-inch device from the company In terms of design Oppo F3 Plus looks quite similar to a lot of other Chinese premium smartphones such as vivo V5 Plus OnePlus 3T and company’s own F1 series devices It has a sturdy built and 4000mAh battery that’ll easily last for a day Oppo F3 Plus has a 16MP+8MP dual front camera set up and this is easily one of the best among Android smartphones that I’ve reviewed so far Oppo F3 Plus is clearly aimed at people who factor a smartphone’s front or selfie camera as one of the essential components while buying a smartphone So does Oppo deliver on its USP We find out in our review: Specs: 6-inch Full HD display | Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 | 4GB RAM | 64GB ROM | 16MP+8MP front camera | 16MP rear camera | 4000mAh battery | Android 601 Marshmallow with ColorOS Price: Rs 30990 What’s good Oppo F3 Plus has a 16MP+8MP dual front camera set up and this is easily one of the best among Android smartphones that I’ve reviewed so far The colour reproduction is impressive as they appear close to real The pictures are detailed especially the ones taken in bright outdoors The phone is capable of handling reds and pinks well as the colours do not look over-saturated Camera sample from Oppo F3 Plus (Image resized for web) The 8MP front camera has 6P lens and 120 degree wide angle which lets users take group photos The 8MP lens only comes in the picture while taking group photos in group selfie mode; while the rest of the pictures are clicked by the 16MP front lens Oppo F3 Plus’ camera app has a small icon at the bottom that allows you to switch to group selfie mode when there’s more than one person in the picture With 120-degree wide angle in the F3 Plus I could click a selfie with six people in it and portrait mode which is impressive Camera sample from Oppo F3 Plus (Image resized for web) In places where lighting conditions are extremely poor say in a car at night the pictures have noise and lack details But the same doesn’t go for fairly-lit places like a bright market at night where Oppo F3 Plus does a much better job Users can shoot time-lapse videos with the front camera and normal videos in 720p Then there’s the usual Beauty mode common to Oppo’s ‘Selfie-Expert’ series and a Panorama mode There’s also a Blur mode and filters to choose from before you click a selfie Camera sample from Oppo F3 Plus (Image resized for web) The rear camera is Oppo F3 Plus is equally good one that can handle bright colours quite well The color reproduction is close to real which I liked I was impressed with the details in pictures The pictures don’t look grainy even in low-light conditions Oppo F3 Plus’ rear camera also comes with all the above mentioned features and also a few others like HDR mode Expert mode and Ultra HD mode Camera sample from Oppo F3 Plus (Image resized for web) Oppo F3 Plus has a 6-inch full HD screen which was a little big for me but manageable Also the phone feels heavy at 185 grams In terms of design I didn’t find it very different from the Oppo F1s that I reviewed earlier but that’s not essentially a bad thing given I liked F1s’ design Oppo F3 Plus looks great and has a metal unibody design with a nice metallic finish at the back The capsule-sized home button doubles as a fingerprint scanner There’s a single speaker grille at the bottom along with a microUSB port and a headphone jack Oppo F3 Plus looks great and has a metal unibody design with a nice metallic finish at the back The power button is on the right and volume rockers are on the left and right within reach The antenna lines are visible on top and bottom on the back cover The display is Full HD one that didn’t give me any reason to complaint I didn’t have to struggle to read from the screen in bright outdoors and the viewing angles are great too The big 6-inch Full HD screen seemed like a particularly good thing while watching videos and playing games Oppo F3 Plus scores on the performance front as well The smartphone can handle multitasking as well as switching between multiple tabs quite well I watched Netflix TV shows straight up for an hour and the F3 Plus didn’t quite heat up though it was a bit warm at the top part on the back of the phone However with graphics-heavy games like Asphalt-8 the F3 Plus starts to get warm within first ten minutes Oppo F3 Plus scores on the performance front as well The smartphone can handle multitasking as well as switching between multiple tabs quite well The battery is 4000mAh that will easily last for a day and a half In my case regular usage includes browsing the Internet and social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram using messaging apps streaming music online and watching videos which is mostly on Netflix The F3 Plus takes about one and a half hours to get fully charged from 20 per cent remaining The charge went up from 20 per cent to 42 per cent in just 15 minutes thanks to company’s VOOC technology It shot up to 91 per cent in one hour which is impressive given the battery size What is bad One of the things that bothered me is absence of dual stereo speakers The sound quality isn’t very good either A lot of times the speaker grilled got muffled while trying to move the phone ruining the sound experience One of the things that bothered me is absence of dual stereo speakers The sound quality isn’t very good either Oppo F3 Plus comes with Android Marshmallow which is almost two years old Given the phone costs a bomb we expected Nougat at the very least The pricing is what surprises with the Oppo F3 Plus If you compare this to OnePlus 3T that phone is already on Android Nougat and run Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor which is much more powerful than the 652 on the Oppo smartphone Given that the premium mid-range market is so competitive Oppo F3 Plus seems a bit on the higher side especially for its specs Verdict Oppo F3 Plus has only one competition on the dual selfie camera front: vivo V5 Plus Both the smartphones feature similar specifications and look very similar But Oppo is charging extra for its brand and the focus is entirely on the selfie It’s also going to be available both offline and online in India and the former is still a big chunk of the market in India Honestly if you’ve got a Rs 30000 budget and you don’t mind a 6-inch display then you can try out the Oppo F3 Plus It didn’t disappoint me for sure? 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