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Broota had creatures of the jungle inside the drawing room making rules. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the US.“I had informed the Chief Minister and police about the issue. and exposed to fundamentalist propaganda by governmental fiat.For long Rajewas regarded as a modern face of the BJP a prominent regional leader in a party which appeared to have left behind archaic battles over perceived historical wrongs and earned a sweeping national mandate by committing itself to the future a chief minister of an important state in an India defined by growth and opportunity But under her stewardship regressive politics has become commonplace in Rajasthan Cultural events in the state routinely face threats of violence from groups with over-delicate sentiments Schools have become a special focus and textbooks are being rewritten to allow Maharana Pratap to win the battle of Haldighati An education ministry journal for schoolteachers recently prescribed sweeping floors grinding corn and filling pitchers as exercises appropriate for women While her government repeatedly shows its commitment to reversing progress Raje maintains a stoic silence She spoke out last week but only to advocate the censoring of Padmavati Assessments by credit ratings agencies are not the only indices by which the fitness of nations and leaders is gauged The social and political interventions of government are also evaluated for no state or country can grow in the shadow of fragile sentiments and fear of violence Pandering to the sentiments of the mob may be politically expedient but it diminishes the image of the state and its leadership And in the future there will be other mobs with other hurts Once the door to appeasement is opened it cannot be closed For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Arun Janardhanan | Chennai | Published: June 11 2016 2:17 pm Related News On Thursday 13 students of a government primary school in Pali village in Villupuram district of Tamil Nadu suffered severe injuries after their class teacher burned camphor powder on their feet to punish them for failing to answer questions during the inspection of an Assistant Education Officer (AEO) According to a senior police officer Vaijayanti Mala the teacher initiated the punishment after she reportedly faced flak from a senior education department official during an inspection held at the school on June 7 “The officer from the department had visited the school and had an interaction with students The officer had reportedly scolded Mala after her students failed to answer some questions the officer had asked This had made her so furious that made her punish most of the students in her class” said the officer N Elango District Education Officer (Elementary) denied reports of the inspection Share This Article Related Article “There was no such inspection She punished the students for failing to answer some questions that she had given them as homework the previous day The school had a total of 51 students and the 13 students who were punished were all studying in fourth and fifth classes Police has summoned her today for questioning” he said Out of the 13 students who had undergone the bizarre punishment nine suffered severe injuries “Four students had escaped from the burn injuries probably as she failed to set the camphor powder on fire” the police officer said S Mars Chief Educational Officer of Villupuram said Mala has been suspended by the department For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Vadodara | Published: January 13 2017 6:33 pm I have requested the External Affairs Minister to take it up with her Pakistani counterpart on humanitarian ground and expedite the process to getting the body to India” he said Top News Rajya Sabha MP Parimal Nathwani has written to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to take up with her Pakistani counterpart the issue of expediting the process of bringing home the body of a fisherman from Gujarat who died in a jail in the neighbouring country Jeeva Bhagwan Bamnaiya a native of Khan village in Gir Somnath district had died in a Karachi jail on January 4 a day before 218 Indian fishermen mostly from Gujarat were released by Pakistan government as a “goodwill gesture” “I have written to Sushma Swaraj ji yesterday after Bamnaiya’s wife Vegiben approached me to take up the matter with the government” Nathwani who belongs to Dwarka in Gir Somnath told PTI Thursday The deceased was among the group of Indian fishermen who were lodged in the Pakistani jail and were released on January 5 “The family (of Bamnaiya) is waiting for the body so that they can perform the last rites I have requested the External Affairs Minister to take it up with her Pakistani counterpart on humanitarian ground and expedite the process to getting the body to India” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: December 3 2014 3:48 pm Aruna Roy (left) and Medha Patkar at the protest rally in New Delhi on Tuesday (Ravi Kanojia) Related News “This government is trying to snatch away our rights of both employment and land We have come all the way to fight such injustice Several people in my village voted for this government hoping they would improve our lives but they are doing just the opposite” said Lal Singh from Rajsamand district in Rajasthan At a time when the NDA government’s proposals to bring changes to some key legislation like the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) and the new Land Acquisition Act have come under criticism from various quarters including economists more than 15000 protesters from across the country held a rally at Jantar Mantar on Tuesday to protest against such changes Lal Singh an MGNREGA beneficiary and activist was among those present at the venue Gathered under the banner “Abki Baar Hamara Adhikar” the rally saw social activists Aruna Roy Medha Patkar and Nikhil Dey in the lead The activists alleged that the way the new government had decided to “attack progressive Acts” meant for the common people was an indicator that the government was pushing a “clear pro-corporate agenda” “This (rally) has brought us back to the fore of the political discourse There cannot be an India without us or without our issues A legislation is not passed by a government it is passed by Parliament A new government cannot change what Parliament has passed” said Roy former member of the National Advisory Council headed by Congress president Sonia Gandhi “With this we hope to create a strong people’s political force that will reach out to the government and to the corporate sector” Patkar said Voices of protest against the alleged dilution of MGNREGA were perhaps the loudest Reena Pandey part of a pro-MGNREGA movement in UP’s Sitapur — one of the worst performing states under the Act — said it was important to retain the Act in its fundamental form while correcting shortcomings in its implementation “There were problems with the Act but that does not mean one can restrict it We need such a guaranteed scheme especially for women who are the biggest beneficiaries While there were problems even earlier now they have become more acute — planning and availability of works is a huge problem and delays in wage payments have gone up” she said Fears of possible adverse changes in the Right to Education Act brought many together The RTE Act 2011 introduced by the UPA government was tweaked by Gujarat in 2012 when Narendra Modi was the CM The rules framed by the Gujarat government granted some relaxations to schools in terms of infrastructure or teacher-student ratio Delhi-based RTE activist Shashi Kaur said “The present (central) government has done nothing to ensure implementation of the RTE There are schools without toilets or water Students are being shunted from one school from another and no effort is being put into getting school drop-outs back to school” Patkar said the Congress too needs to come forward and stand up and protect the progressive legislation that the UPA government enforced Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar and CPI leader D Raja also addressed the rally Many speakers also slammed the government’s move to “dilute” the Land Acquisition Act Kailash Awasya from Madhya Pradesh part of the Narmada Bachao Andolan said “We will launch a struggle on the ground We will not allow any change that dilutes the farmers’ rights This government is simply pursuing a corporate agenda” Members of the Jammu and Kashmir Right to Information Movement said they wanted to “show solidarity against attacks on free speech as well as information flow by the current central regime” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News But that is an irrelevant fact in Raje’s Rajasthan which is taking giant strides backward when it comes to matters involving freedom of expression. who died on November 30, who heads the Army’s northern command, Rajya Sabha MP Vandana Chavan said it was due to the decision of reservation for women in local civic bodies by Pawar that the women could make it to politics and display their potential. 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collected from the ongoing construction work on the link road, The show is aired on Colors Infinity. The paper quotes top sources present at the meeting and the statements come as a huge development as the Pakistani government seems to acknowledge the presence of terrorists and terror actors near the LoC and in PoK. Yeddyurappa said the Karnataka Janata Paksha has performed satisfactorily in the ULB polls, One of the busiest stars in Kollywood, Whether you’re in the US or the UK this situation is relevant. Yet, holding them under arrest.: We have been shocked by the events. Citing various women-oriented schemes launched by his government.