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Two suspected ‘cattle thieves’ lynched in Assam’s Nagaon

Fuente: The Indian Express India

By: PTI | Guwahati | Updated: April 30, 2017 7:57 pm


In a first case of cow vigilantes going to the extremes in Assam, a mob on Sunday lynched two men in Nagaon district suspecting them to be cattle thieves.

Senior police officials said the men, aged between 20-25 years, were severely beaten up by the mob, who alleged that they were involved in cow theft.

“When the police reached the spot, they were being thrashed by a mob of villagers near Kasamari grazing reserve under Nagaon police station,” Nagaon superintendent of police Debaraj Upadhay told PTI.

“The team immediately took the men to hospital, where they succumbed to their injuries,” he added.

The mob continuously thrashed them with sticks while chasing them for about 1.5 km, from Kasamari in Nagaon police station area to Jajori police station area, he said.

Upadhay said the men were identified and their parents have registered a complaint with the police.

An FIR has been lodged and investigation is on, the SP said, adding no arrest has been so far.

Asked if it is a case of “cow vigilantism”, the senior official said a lot of cattle theft incidents have happened in Nagaon. “In this case, I got reports that some people saw the two men trying to take away cows from the field and called more people from the village. When a large crowd gathered, they started thrashing them badly,” he said.

The SP has assured of an “impartial enquiry” into the episode.

Although some incidents of cattle thieves being thrashed by mob have been reported from Assam earlier, this is the first casualty after cases of cow vigilantism have been reported in recent times across the nation.

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First of three-part series on women sarpanches in Haryana: The face of empowerment, kept wrapped in a veil

Fuente: The Indian Express India

Written by Khushboo Sandhu | Jassia(rohtak) | Published:April 30, 2017 7:53 pm

Sarpanch Munni (wearing a veil) at her home. Express Photo
More than a year after the Haryana government legislated that candidates for panchayat and local bodies elections must meet minimum educational qualifications, the educated women who were elected as sarpanch have made little difference to the entrenched patriarchal power structure in the villages. Many of the women were pitchforked into contesting the election because no male family member met the eligibility conditions on education. But even the hope that once elected, the women would assert themselves politically has proved misplaced as The Indian Express found in a number of villages. The silver lining is that women in the village feel freer to discuss their problems with a woman sarpanch, than with a man.

Ask for the sarpanch of this village, and people point to a chemist shop in the area. This is where anyone who wants an issue resolved by the panchayat pays a visit. Holding court there is Naseeb Singh, the brother-in-law of the village sarpanch Munni.

He is openly dismissive of her. “Use kuch nahi pata. Jo bhi gaon ke baare mein poochna hai mujhe poocho.” (She does not know anything. Whatever that you want to ask about the village…ask me.)

When The Indian Express insists on meeting Munni, Naseeb first says she is not at home, then says she is busy in the fields where the wheat is being cut. Pressed further, Naseeb Singh reluctantly leads the way home.

Jassia village was the centre of this year’s Jat quota stir. Jats dominate the village, but it is home to 13 different communities. The village has 5,000 voters.

Protesters camped outside Jassia village for more than 50 days. A large number of women participated in the protests, including from Jassia, but Munni was not among them. She never visited the site.

Naseeb, who went to the protest venue a couple of times, says the village panchayat did not have a role to play in the protests. “To ensure protesters were provided for was everybody’s responsibility and not just that of the panchayat. People of all castes extended support,” he says.

Sitting on a cot in the courtyard of her house along with her mother-in-law, Munni’s face is covered by a veil, a tradition followed by most rural women in the state, especially in the presence of elder male members in the family. She lifts the veil a little when she speaks, but ensures she never faces Naseeb without the veil.

Munni has studied up to Class 12. After the Haryana government introduced the condition of minimum educational qualification for candidates for post of sarpanches and panches, Munni was the most qualified in her family. Plus Jassia was reserved for a woman sarpanch this time.

“I did not go out to campaign. That work was done by the men of the house. I was told I would be contesting the election and I agreed to the decision of the family,” she says.

Among the duties of the sarpanch is to hold meetings of the panchayat. Munni plays no part in holding the meeting, nor has she attended any.

“Main panchayat mein nahi jaati… ladies nahi jaati na wahan. Ismein itraz karte hain. Yahi chal jaate hain (I don’t go to the panchayat... ladies don’t go there. People oppose it. He [Naseeb] goes),” says Munni.

What duties does she fulfill then? Naseeb says she goes for the gram sabhas where other women come. Also, her signature is required on cheques and other official documents. Officers have become strict and demand that sarpanch be present for official meetings or for raising issues pertaining to the village. Munni is required to be present then.

Naseeb offers an explanation, “Dehat sab grehnia parivar se judi hui hai. Woh parivar dekhti hain, pashu bhi hote hain, kheti bari bhi hoti hai, bachhe bi hote hai. Ghar ka saara kaam hota hai jaise kapde dhona, khana banana… sab kuch ladies karti hain. Yeh sab chhod ke woh panchayat ka kaam nahi dekh sakti. Shehar mein kya hota hai… bachhe school gaye aur poora din free. Yahan pressure bahut hota hai.”

(In rural areas, the women are attached to their families. They look after their families, cattle, agriculture and children. There is work at home like washing clothes, cooking food… everything is looked after by women. Leaving all this, they cannot attend panchayats. In cities, children go to school and then women are free for the entire day. In villages, there is more pressure.)

Naseeb also feels that women will not be taken seriously in the panchayat. “Farak toh hai. Main kisi ko unchi baat kar sakta… ladies aise baat nahi kar sakti. Ladies bolegi… ek baar bolegi, do baar bolegi aur chup ho javegi. Nahi toh dus aadmi kahenge sharam lihaj koi ni. (There is a difference. I can speak loudly to someone, but the ladies cannot. They will say something once or twice and then go silent. Otherwise 10 people will question if she has no shame or respect),” he says.

Haryana Panchayati Raj Institutions held in January last year, of 6,186 sarpanches elected, 3,621 were men and 2,565 women. Further, 1,436 sarpanches are from the Schedule Castes category. A total of 1,021 are such who have passed Class VIII, 3,639 have passed Class X, 823 Class XII and 647 are graduates or above.

The criteria for educational qualification might have made Munni a sarpanch, but it has brought no change in the attitude of the men that women should have no role in public life. In fact, in most villages where educated women have been elected sarpanches, there is little role they play in the panchayats.

A resident of Jassia village Prakash, who is in his late sixties, says “women should do their work and let men do theirs”.

“Kaam toh mard ne karna hai… samjho is baat ko. Sarpanch ki zaroorat padti hai toh bula lete hain. Dehat mein kheton ka kaam hote hain. Woh toh apne ghar ka kaam karegi. Afsar aate hain tab aayegi. (Work has to be done by men… understand this. When there is need for the sarpanch, we call her. In villages, the household work has to be done. She will work in her house. When officers come, she can be present),” says Prakash.

Not just the elderly, but a much younger Sunil, who is in his thirties, also holds the same opinion. He says, “Panchayat mein toh purush jayenge ladies thodi na jayengi. Uski kaun sunvayinahi karega? Woh kya bolegi?” (Men will go to the panchayat and not women. Who will listen to her? What will she speak?)

Young girls studying at the government college in the village feel it’s easier for them to open up to a woman sarpanch.

Rajni, who is pursuing BA at the college, says Munni listens to them when they go to her. “In the village, people would not even educate their daughters if there was no college here. Seeing Munni as the sarpanch gives us hope. Over time, the situation might just change for the better,” she says.

Her namesake, who is studying in the same college, says men do not understand their problems or their aspirations. Rajni says, “The women in the village do go to Munni if there is a problem, the men do not. Here, the traditions are such women are only expected to get married and work in the house.”

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Kiran Bedi greets workers on eve of May Day

Fuente: The Indian Express India

By: PTI | Puducherry | Published:April 30, 2017 7:49 pm

Bedi also stressed that the youth of the country become skilled workforce in any field they chose.
Puducherry Lt Governor Kiran Bedi on Sunday said economic development of a country largely depends on the progress of its agriculture, industry, trade and service sector.

In her message on the eve of May Day, she said economic output from these sectors is being contributed by none other than the labourers.

“It is their hard work and toil on which the power and prosperity of our nation rests,” Bedi said.

Everyone must appreciate the dignity of labour, she said

She also stressed that the youth of the country become skilled workforce in any field they chose.

Chief Minister V Narayanasamy in his message said his government had taken several steps to promote workers’ welfare.

He said development of the nation depended on the welfare of the working class.

PWD Minister A Namassivayam, the Speaker V Vaithilingam, Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha) R Radhakrishnan, leaders of various political parties and trade union leaders also extended greetings to the working class.

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Grand Alliance formation underway at national level: NCP leader Tariq Anwar

Fuente: The Indian Express India

By: PTI | Katihar | Published:April 30, 2017 7:47 pm


The process to form a grand alliance of opposition parties is underway at the national level to challenge the surging BJP-led NDA, senior NCP leader Tariq Anwar said today. “Congress President Sonial Gandhi has already started the process of forming a grand alliance of opposition parties at the national level…. She has already held meetings with JD(U) national president Nitish Kumar and NCP chief Sharad Pawar among others on the issue,” he told reporters here.

“It is high time that all opposition parties come together on one platform to save democracy by stopping the NDA’s juggernaut,” Anwar, a Lok Sabha MP, said.

The BJP’s thumping victory in Uttar Pradesh Assembly polls as well as in MCD election in Delhi would not have been possible without division of votes of opposition parties, he said, adding the opposition needs to close ranks to form a grand alliance at the national stage to stop the BJP’s surge in national politics.

He, however, ruled out the merger of the NCP with the Congress saying that such a proposal was “not on the table” though his party was open to joining a grand alliance against the NDA at the national stage.

On the raging debate over the triple talaq issue, Anwar accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of raising it from time to time to deflect attention from other pressing matters.

“The triple talaq issue is sub-judice and yet the PM keeps raking it up from time to time to divert attention from real issues,” the NCP leader said.

On the EVM controversy, Anwar said that the Election Commission should address the concerns of parties on allegations of tampering of voting machines and hold elections by ballot till then, he said.

On the strife in Kashmir valley, Anwar called for dialogue with various stake holders to find out a political solution to the issue.

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Nine injured in road mishap in Mumbai

Fuente: The Indian Express India

By: PTI | Mumbai | Published:April 30, 2017 7:27 pm


At least nine persons were on Sunday injured when a four-wheeler vehicle collided with a tempo in Matunga at Mumbai, police said.

The mishap occurred at 2 AM on the Matunga flyover when a group of persons were going to South Mumbai from suburban Bhandup in their vehicle, a senior police official said.

The vehicle’s driver lost control after which it collided with the tempo, which was coming from the opposite side, he said.

Nine persons were injured, of which three sustained serious injuries, the officer said, adding all of them were rushed to a nearby hospital.

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Samajawadi Party feud: Ramgopal Yadav defends Akhilesh, lashes out at Shivpal

Fuente: The Indian Express India

By: PTI | Etawah | Published:April 30, 2017 7:12 pm

Last week, Akhilesh had lost his cool when asked the same question by mediapersons. (Representational Image)
Defending party president Akhilesh Yadav, Samajwadi Party leader Ramgopal Yadav on Sunday said that Shivpal Yadav did not have any knowledge of the party constitution and advised him to work for the party and not “talk nonsense”.

“He (Shivpal) has not read party constitution. Akhilesh cannot give party presidentship to anyone. SP general body had unanimously elected him to the post, which he cannot give to anyone. Shivpal should not talk nonsense,” Ramgopal said while talking to reporters at Etawah.

He was asked by the media on Shivpal’s repeated demand from Akhilesh to hand over the party president’s post to his father, party patron Mulayam Singh Yadav.

“Party’s membership drive is on and will continue till September 30. If Shivpal wants to become party president, he should participate in membership drive and ask his men to contest party polls. He (Shivpal) has nothing…he has only misled Netaji (Mulayam),” Ramgopal said.

Last week, Akhilesh had lost his cool when asked the same question by mediapersons.

“You (media) read constitution of our party and Election Commission (order), then you ask the question. Have you all got only questions relating to my home (matters)? I don’t like the same question to be asked everytime. In whose family there is no dispute?” he said, while accepting that it was one of the reasons for SP’s defeat in the assembly polls.

When a television reporter wearing a saffron shirt had asked about Shivpal’s statement, an infuriated Akhilesh had said, “He (the reporter) is new here. His colour is also saffron…I want to tell him and other journalists to fix any day in May, and I will answer all questions. But after that you should not ask any question about my family”.

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Erdogan on Kashmir: India, Pakistan must keep dialogue channel open

Fuente: The Indian Express India

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published:April 30, 2017 7:08 pm

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan. (Source: Reuters)
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that in order to solve the Kashmir problem, both India and Pakistan need to “build bridges, strengthen dialogue between different stakeholders”. Erdogan, who is on a two-day state visit to India, in an interview to TV news channel WION said that Kashmir question upsets both countries and “surmounting the Kashmiri challenge will contribute tremendously to the global peace”.

As quoted and translated by the channel, Erdogan said: “The relations between India and Pakistan if we dig and closer, I can confidently say that the relations between the two nations are improving on a daily basis which makes me very happy. But this Kashmir question, this question saddens us deeply because I think this is a question that upsets both of the countries involved and surmounting the Kashmiri challenge will contribute tremendously to the global peace.”

Pointing out that the 70-year old issue will hurt future generations, he said: “For the last seven decades, this question (Kashmir issue) has not been settled. And I believe, doing so will provide relief to both the countries. Extending conflicts, extending questions and carrying these questions to the future will be unfair to the future generations because they will have to pay the price. And right next to the prosperity of the Kashmiri people we need security and stability in South Asia. We want this region to be peaceful. We want to win friends wherever we go.”

Erdogan said that both India and Pakistan are Turkey’s friends and they must keep the dialogue channels open and engage different stakeholders.

“India is our friend in the region. Pakistan is our friend in the region. And there are certain aspects that contribute tremendously to our ancient relations. In terms of faith, in India, we have followers of the Muslim faith. And in Pakistan there are Muslims and this brings us even closer. We have to build bridges, strengthen dialogue between different stakeholders. We shouldn’t allow more casualties to occur. We should strengthen multilateral dialogue. We can be involved in multilateral dialogues. I think we have to seek out ways to settle this question once and for all. It will provide great benefits to both the countries.”

Erdogan defended Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of being a well-meaning person and said that he has been discussing these issues with him at length.

“My dear friend, the prime minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif is an individual with whom I have been discussing these issues at length and I know he is a man of good intentions. I know he is a good intended man. I heard him personally speak of his will to settle this question once and for all. So if we keep the dialogue channels open, we can settle this question once and for all. And all around the world, there is no better option than to keep the channels of dialogue open if we have to contribute to global peace. If we can do this, I think we can garner very positive results. And I would like to remind you that security, stability, and prosperity of the region is very important to us. I want this mentality to prevail among leaders.”

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Jammu & Kashmir Traffic Police to seize vehicles parked on roadsides

Fuente: The Indian Express India

By: PTI | Jammu | Published:April 30, 2017 6:55 pm


The Jammu and Kashmir Traffic Police will now seize vehicles parked haphazardly on roadsides as it intensifies attempts to streamline traffic across the state. The seized vehicles would be released by the state’s high court, the Senior Superintendent of Traffic Police in Jammu said in a notification. The step is being taken in compliance with the directions issued by the high court regarding traffic snarls caused by parking of vehicles on roadsides.

“All commuters are hereby informed not to park their vehicles on the roadside and ensure that the vehicles are parked at places earmarked for the purpose,” the officer said. Jammu, the winter capital of the state, has been facing massive traffic jams due to on-road parking and erratic stoppage of vehicles on roads.

Jammu and Kashmir Governor N N Vora and Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti had in the past had pulled up top police and traffic officials for traffic mismanagement and jams.

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Manohar Lal Khattar bats on curbing power theft at event run on stolen electricity

Fuente: The Indian Express India

By: PTI | Rohtak | Updated: April 30, 2017 6:54 pm

Some residents of the village alleged that they were being punished despite having paid their electricity bills whereas the CM’s own officials were involved in illegal activities. (Representational Image)
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar urged people to pay their electricity bills on time and use power legally, but ironically the event at which he made the appeal was allegedly being run on stolen electricity.

Some visuals surfaced purpotedly showing a wire hanging from an electricity pole near the tent of the chief minister’s function at village Mokhra here yesterday, causing embarrassment to the state government.

Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam (UHBVN) Superintendent Engineer S K Bansal said that it was found that the owner of the tent house had made a temporary arrangement from a nearby electricity poll illegally to supply power for the function.

“A theft case has been registered against the owner of tent house,” he said.

Khattar had delivered a speech on implications of electricity theft to residents of the village at the event.

The state government officials pinned the blame on the tent house owner while denying that electricity was stolen for the event.

Bansal said that all the electrical equipments used at the event were running on generators.

Some residents of the village alleged that they were being punished despite having paid their electricity bills whereas the chief minister’s own officials were involved in illegal activities.

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Vistara, IAF airplanes collision averted at Chandigarh International Airport

Fuente: The Indian Express India

By: PTI | Chandigarh | Published:April 30, 2017 6:45 pm

Vistara Airline. (File Photo)
A major mishap was averted when an Air Vistara flight was asked to abort its take off at the last moment to avoid crashing into an Indian Air Force plane that was landing on the same runway at the International Airport here. Sources said the timely intervention by the Air Traffic Controller (ATC) prevented the mishap from happening when the Delhi-bound Air Vistara flight was about to take off from here yesterday after an IL-76 cargo plane of the Indian Air Force (IAF) sought permission for landing on the runway.

The Air Vistara flight had 151 passengers on board and was scheduled to departure at 3.20 pm. However, it got delayed and left past 5 pm, officials said. They said as the plane accelerated to take off, it was asked to abort and return to the gate by the ATC.

After the incident, Vistara tweeted, “regret the trouble, take off was aborted as per instructions from ATC at Chandigarh airport.”

IAF officials said that the decision to abort take off of the private airline was taken by the ATC keeping in view the safety norms.

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