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Please don’t heed to rumours, "making everything political or deliberately creating differences and provoking confrontation will not resolve the problems", but in his politics,the time the data was received, Prateek Pashine,and my wedding band that is very special to me, says the designer For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: March 21 2014 11:43 pm Related News Debarghya Mukhopadhyay I can’t picture you surviving in Indian politics Let me tell you the reasons: you have morals too much integrity and you lack an ego These lines from political journalist Anirudh Bhattacharyya’s book The Candidate (Penguin; Rs 299) hints of a satire on Indian politics “The protagonist is like any other Indian tired of politics and wants a change for good He is an ‘armchair liberal’ who joins politics and sees its dark shades” says Bhattacharyya “I have tried to take up thoughts of people who are not politicians but still think about the political scene in the country” The book launch at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club Mathura Road on Thursday evening included a panel discussion hosted by the founders of the news satire website The Unreal Times — Karthik Laxman and Chepuri Krishna “The subject I have dealt with in my book will not be a soothing experience for a politician to go through” says Bhattacharyya (The reporter is a student of EXIMS) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express AppA debate in Kerala that has been gaining currency is CPM’s state of living ‘in-betweenness’ with the paradox that it’s consistency has been watered down by the party which has been adversely affected by it The locus of the debate is how did the CPM let it happen Though this complicated question does not produce a simple conclusion the finality of the answer has a surprise; it is the unusual sameness of the answer This sameness worries many in Kerala as it is increasingly telling a particular state of the party which produces an array of substantial complications for the Left in Kerala Many believe that these complications act as self-annihilators as well Such scalding complications emerge from a peculiar state of CPM’s becoming a state of in-betweenness —morally and politically Representational image Reuters In this state the party seems to be standing in an abstract state of existence overlooking a part of its own trajectory in terms of ideology practice and popular memory More clearly the party which has been at the forefront of fighting the Hindutva organisations in Kerala seems to feel that squeezing itself to be overtly different from certain new narratives in the age of fear can be a political miscalculation Subsequently though tenacious in everyday physical dealings with organisations like the RSS the contour of the party’s ideological counters against the Hindutva has changed One decisive factor in the making of this ‘new becoming’ has been the steady growth of the Hindutva and the emotional impact it creates in the political structure of Kerala Till recently Hindutva’s gerrymandering around the martial-bovine narratives did not decide the political expression and policies in Kerala However such colonising narratives have now found expressions in the larger engagements of the party a clear symptomatic of a different political patter it has willingly or unwittingly framed for itself These advanced to serious ruckus with CPI party’s strongest support The CPI has now attained the role of the Opposition and has been at the forefront of ‘correcting’ the party and the Left government The CPM’s police policy and the activities of the police have been quite contrary to what the party has been advocating in Kerala It started with the appointment of Lokanath Behra as the new DGP removing TP Senkumar who has been vocal about the casteist structure of Kerala police Removal of Senkumar who belongs to a lower caste group and replacing him with Behra whose political/ideological affinities are not top secrets cast the first doubt about the political and ideological track the CPM would follow in the coming days However after the Supreme Court order Senkumar has been reinstated as the DGP A series of UAPA cases that followed created not only a panic button in the state but major apprehensions about the political agenda of the party itself Such panic situation was further fuelled by a major ‘Maoist encounter’ in which two suspected Naxalites were shot dead point blank Political observers say that CPM’s new-found vigour for ‘Maoists hunt’ emerged from the narratives around the martial solution to the ‘nation’s problem’ Similarly appointment of Raman Srivastava who attained notoriety for allegedly making an explicit anti-Muslim statement in 1991 became a serious setback moment According to various post poll surveys in the last Assembly election Muslim vote share of the Left increased 6 to 7 percent and it will be very difficult for the CPM to justify the appointment of an officer whose ‘known communal antecedence attitude’ has been discussed by three generations of Muslims now Can these developments be seen as a tendency of the party to equate the logic of cultural nationalism as the new ideological cognition of the Left Its recent engagements with ‘body protests’ like Kiss of Love and sympathy for moral vigilantism also lead us to examine the situation Controversy around C Ravindranath the education minister in Pinarayi Vijayan’s government is another example of the party’s state of in-betweeness He equated meat eating with ‘violence’ and ‘unnatural’ In a predominantly non-vegetarian state like Kerala this categorisation in the age of bovine nationalism has not been taken as an innocuous ‘taken out of context statement ’as he explained it later Similarly MM Mani minister and a powerful CPM leader from southern Kerala unleashed a clear sexist barb recently on Pempila Orumai a plantation-based women collective He abused them of being ‘immoral women who do not have ethical credibility’ Such expressions about ‘morality’ ‘dietary discipline’ and CPM’s support for the ‘Spirit in Jesus’ an evangelical group which is emerging as the biggest land mafia in the hill stations of Kerala are examples of how certain brahmanical dispositions have affected the expression of the CPM in the state Currently the party lives in a state of in-between – when it counters land grabbers who do it in the name of religion when it deals with women who assert autonomy and independence when it engages with lower caste groups who begin to identify differently when it negotiates with the global narratives around Muslims and Islamophobia when it engages with a mass of skilled educated but unemployed youth who don’t believe in bonded party politics and when it deals with the Hindutva which is trying to enlarge its base in Kerala When deep unclarity prevails in such locations the CPM is also losing an ideological battle It is forced to believe in the currency of present age —the charisma of a populist ruler who is entrapped in a state of self-love with certain monosyllabic assertions This crisis tends to get bigger as the party continues to alienate intellectuals who were part of a cognitive tradition which critically engaged with the larger Left politics Due to continuous purging and purathakkal (removal) from the public sphere and affiliated organisations the CPM started facing a Bengal-like situation wherein it stopped associating with intellectuals and serious political observers They had deep understanding of the Left’s cartographical and emotional existence Now these critical insiders have been replaced by a set of reactive intellectuals who strive to defend the undefendable The party’s increasing inefficiency to differentiate between brahmanical dispositions —ideological pietistic and performative — and a state of in-betweeness emerge from these situations and the confusion about managing its prime electoral constituency —Hindu lower caste population By: Tech Desk | Updated: November 10 2016 10:06 am Reliance’s LYF brand for mobiles has launched a new budget 4G VoLTE smartphone called Lyf F8 Related News Reliance’s LYF brand for mobiles has launched a new budget 4G VoLTE smartphone called Lyf F8 The Lyf F8 phone will come with the Reliance Jio Preview offer of free internet data voice SMS services etc Lyf F8 is priced at Rs 4199 and it can be purchased from Reliance Digital Stores or Xpress Digital Mini Stores In terms of specifications the Lyf F8 smartphones comes with a 45-inch display with FWVGA resolution at 480 x 854 pixels which is comes to 218 ppi The Lyf F8 phone has an IPS LCD display with AGC glass for protection against scratches The processor is Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 MSM8909 clocked with Adreno 304 GPU clocked @ 400MHz Lyf F8 has 1GB RAM and up to 8 GB storage which is expandable to 128 GB via microSD card It has an 8MP rear camera with auto focus and LED flash and there’s also a 5MP front camera The camera is capable 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Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: July 23 2017 2:15 pm Suriya celebrates his 42nd birthday today Related News Actor Suriya celebrates his 42nd birthday on Sunday But as director Vignesh Shivan pointed out in his tweet while releasing the first look poster of Thaana Serndha Koottam Suriya still looks like a 25-year-old He has indeed bribed the gods of ageing Suriya is among a very few actors in the south Indian film industry who constantly pushes boundaries of storytelling and acting While he indulges the audience with mass commercial entertainers by working on Singam series he also does films like Pithamagan to satisfy the actor in him If you consider yourself a fan of Suriya these are the five lesser known facts you must be aware of about the star actor 1) Suriya is against nepotism Sample this: before entering the showbiz with Nerukku Ner in 1997 he worked at a garment factory for six months without telling anyone about his celebrity family background He did not wish to inspire any special attention or treatment from his colleagues because he is a son of a popular actor Now that’s a great example of humanity self-respect and self-confidence 2) Suriya was the first choice for director Vasanth for Aasai that came out in 1995 However Suriya turned down the offer apparently because he was not interested in acting back then The crime thriller later fell in the hands of Thala Ajith and became one of the major hits during the early days of his career 3) Suriya was born in 1975 as Saravanan Sivakumar Ace filmmaker Mani Ratnam rechristened the actor Suriya so the audience doesn’t confuse him for another actor Saravanan It’s worth noting that Ratnam had named many of his memorable characters Suriya in his films Nerukku Ner actor Suriya’s debut film was produced by Ratnam 4) Coming from a celebrity family Suriya may have received his first film without going through a lot of struggle but establishing himself as one of the leading actors was not an easy task He was ridiculed for not being able to act and dance like his peers during early days of his career The much-needed break for his struggling acting career came in 2001 with Nanda The film which was directed by Bala garnered both commercial and critical success for the actor 5) Suriya married his co-star of seven films Jyothika in 2006 after several years of courtship They are also among the favourite couples in Kollywood who are also the living example of “match made in heaven” The couple has a daughter named Diya and a son named Dev Jyothika took a professional sabbatical after the marriage Suriya has been proactively involved in helping Jyothika select her movies ever since she made a solid comeback with 2015 film 36 Vayadhinile a remake of Malayalam hit film How Old Are You For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 20 2017 5:44 am Panjab University in Chandigarh Express Archives Top News The Panjab University (PU) Syndicate will take a call on constituting a committee to enquire into the quality of construction done in the varsity over the past 16 years The meeting will be held on February 25 Data of all the buildings constructed over the past 16 years was sought by the Senators in the Senate meeting held in January The documents consist of the name of works sanctioned estimate costs and date of starting and completing of all the 113 building works carried out during the past 16 years by Division number 1 and 2 in the Sector 25 campus The details will be tabled in the meeting Among other issues to be tabled in the meeting include the issue of letters from the Vice-President M Hamid Ansari against the objections raised on the formation of a committee to look into the allegations of sexual harassment case against the Vice-Chancellor Prof Arun Kumar Grover The office letters contain e-mails and letters sent by the faculty member against Prof Grover on the formation of the committee A new committee was formed by the PU senate in which names of prominent people in their respective fields were put forward to look into the sexual harassment case in a special meeting convened on January 29 Five Senators had recorded their dissent since they wanted the chancellor himself to recommend the names For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSrinagar: Restrictions continued in parts of the summer capital for the second consecutive day today as a preventive measure in view of the ninth day of Muharram Restrictions are in place in the jurisdiction of 13 police station areas of the city Srinagar District Magistrate (deputy commissioner) Syed Abid Rashid Shah told PTIin Srinagar While restrictions continued in eight police station areas of the city for the second day the curbs were imposed in five more areas this morning to maintain law and order the officer said The restrictions were in force in Karan Nagar Shaheed Gunj Batamaloo Shergari Maisuma Kothibagh Kralkhud and Ram Munshi bagh police station areas on Friday Representational image PTI The curbs under Section 144 of CrPc were imposed in the police station areas of Rainawari Nowhatta Khanyar MR Gunj and Safakadal as well this morning The district magistrate said there were apprehensions of breach of peace and law and order problems as the Shia community is likely to organise processions on ninth day of Muharram on Saturday and tenth day of Muharram on Sunday As per inputs received there is credible apprehension that certain miscreants may disturb the procession and create law and order problems which may result into breach of peace and public tranquility and may cause loss of life and property he said Therefore Shah said in order to facilitate religious gatherings of the community smoothly as per the past practice and to maintain peace imposition of restrictions in terms of Section 144 CrPC has become imperative The traditional Muharram procession used to pass through these areas but have been banned since eruption of militancy in 1990 as authorities maintain that the religious gathering has been used for propagating separatist politics However life elsewhere in the valley remained normalSector 44, (Source: File Photo) Top News Sea food lovers are in for good? 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