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and wilful omission in providing required information to the I-T department and obstructing its officials from performing their duties. announced that pollution levels had hit "severe plus" in Delhi. PTI The authorities banned entry of trucks, Accusing the Congress of being "intolerant" to the mandate of the people, Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge raised concern over the Speaker’s remarks. sparking speculation of a new political alignment in the state. "You should be among the people, 32 are your prime years. the way he’s always going for it. sabka vikas.

as well as routine denunciations of “sickular” media and the “appeasement” of Muslims. and her mother are among the four accused. who was arrested on 19 November, In its communication, The Centre had enacted the COTPA in 2003 to prohibit smoking in public places (Section 4) and sale of cigarette or any other tobacco products to anyone below 18 years of age and in an area within a radius of 100 yards of any educational institution (Section 6). Congress candidate Mukesh Kumar Goel won the North Delhi Municipal Corporation’s Sarai Pipal Thala ward with 10, AAP candidate Reshma got 9, essence and concentrates of?Domestic bookings With credit 18 percent on commission or 5 percent of basic fare – ? Paul Walker’s brothers,Cody and Caleb helped in completing various scenes of the unfinished movie “In 2002 I was standing on this stage and MTV had given Paul Walker and I an award for best duo” recalled Diesel “And now 15 years later I’m with my whole family and you’ve given us the Generation Award” Diesel Jordana Brewster Tyrese Gibson and Michelle Rodriguez accepted the Generation Award at the MTV Movie & TV Awards on behalf of the entire ‘Fast & Furious’ franchise The ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ star also thanked fans for the honor saying “I gotta thank a generation that was willing to accept this multicultural franchise where it didn’t matter what color your skin was or what country you were from” Also Read:Ajay Devgn begins his Marathi film Kajol gives the first clap “I could never stand on the stage and talk about ‘Fast and Furious’ without giving love to my brother Pablo our brother Pablo we hope you are proud thank you so much” said the superstar as reported by E Online ‘Furious 7’ was the last film in the franchise to feature Paul Walker as the 40-year-old tragically died in a car accident before its release For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ajay Gudavarthy | Published: February 19 2016 12:02 am JNU Students shout slogans against the issue of Anti National slogans came out in the new in New Delhi (Express Photo) Related News It is well known that not many Kashmiris are happy with the Indian Union for the way they are treated and due to the wanton human rights abuse that is an everyday reality in Kashmir In this light those students who raised slogans declaring Afzal Guru a martyr are not unusual For that matter the issue of the travesty of justice or “judicial killing” in Afzal Guru’s case has been raised by many writers and also a former high court judge In fact Mehbooba Mufti of the PDP has herself raised this issue and demanded that the body of Afzal Guru be returned to his family The BJP continues to explore options of forming government in Jammu and Kashmir with the PDP even as it clamps down on JNU and accuses the JNU students’ union president of sedition From openly debating why the Kashmiris’ demand for a plebiscite is legitimate today even uttering a doubt on the most brazen of human rights violations committed by security forces could count as anti-national activity Demanding rule of law and accountability from the police and armed and paramilitary forces has become sedition Raising slogans — however objectionable some of them might have been — is now being seen as an act of terror Universities have been perhaps the last public spaces to assert a right to express and debate which are utterly indispensable for holding a nation together The RSS in its mouthpiece had not long ago argued that JNU is a bastion of anti-national activities and a hub of terror What we are witnessing today in JNU is an outcome of that kind of an understanding of a place that is willing to penetrate the political nature of various problems including the nationality struggles in the Northeast socio-economic roots of the Maoist insurgency everyday humiliation suffered by Dalits wanton neglect and marginalisation of Muslims sexual harassment of women and stigmatisation of sexual minorities Not long ago demanding reservations for the OBCs and implementing the Mandal Commission report were described as anti-national and today the BJP-RSS that had vehemently opposed such demands proudly projects an OBC as its leader On the day of the public meeting in JNU on February 13 to protest the police clampdown and demand the release of Kanhaiya Kumar a handful of ABVP activists were waving black flags and raising slogans against the massive gathering They were allowed the space to protest In no small measure this reflects the spirit that JNU has stood for all these years A spirit that stands in complete opposition to the way the current political dispensation has handled students not in JNU alone but in the University of Hyderabad IIT Madras and FTII A spirit that refuses to be subsumed under the simple-minded mediocre nationalism of the current dispensation that wishes away every difference of opinion and perceives it as “Bharat Ma ka apman” Nations flourish when they instill a sense of belongingness and meaning to their diversity Universities play an important role in this by contributing towards extending the inclusive character and democratising social hierarchies Otherwise we often end up with “nationalism without a nation” The death of ideas is also the death of a nation In fact the persistent crisis of the present government is one of a lack of imagination and failure to create a new energy that often comes with fresh and innovative ideas in a democracy Growth is stuck and the government is not willing to innovate new welfare policies that can reinvigorate its social mobilisation Communal polarisation has failed both in Delhi and Bihar The only option now seems to be hyperbolic nationalism The unwillingness to look for new political strategies is also reflected in the way the dispensation is handling problems in universities Rohith Vemula’s case was striking in the way the HRD ministry got itself engulfed in a crisis that became cynical to the point of denying Rohith’s Dalit identity and the role of casteism on campuses Part of the problem is the utter disregard for the autonomy of universities and disallowing administrators from tuning in to the mood and aspirations on campuses The way ahead is to listen and see the way Rohith Vemula and Kanhaiya Kumar have become symbols of a simmering multitude that cannot simply be pushed away or cowed down through the use of force Even nationalism demands a dialogue Love for the nation has to be nurtured not shoved down throats Diversity has to be acknowledged not merely by recognising various social identities but the ideas that come with them Finally even to eventually resolve the Kashmir issue we need to empathise with why Kashmiris feel so distanced from India and wedge open a social narrative on the growing majoritarianism and radicalisation of the Kashmiri youth problems of Kashmiri Pundits and their resettlement unresolved issues of gender and religion among other not-so-agreeable features of Kashmiri society But in order to produce such a dialogue we need to look into ourselves Are we prepared for the social spaces such a political dialogue requires or are we filled with the fear of diversity The writer is assistant professor Centre for Political Studies JNU Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News

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