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This 78-km broken stretch is a four-drivebut after entering Andhrait suddenly transforms into a plush four-lane highway And then ask whydespite nearly Rs 5000 crore earmarked annually only for development projects in Bastarapart from security expenditureit remains a dark and liberated zone What moral or constitutional right to rule does a government haveifafter 10 uninterrupted yearsit still blames the Maoists when asked why there are no schools and health centres for thousands of square kilometres across Bastar Are these insurgents really so omnipotentor is there something within the cogs that keeps the wheels well-oiled Explore and explode the Maoist myth A myth becomes formidablesupernaturalif not explained Demystify the aura around the guerrillas It is the governmentoppositionmediathe entire society that have failed to confront the rebels If we come to them only after an attackthey will remain elusive We should approach them during the lullthe time when they incubate and innovate They thrive in the shadow of Indias collective indifference Know their livestheir agendasand ambitions Their networks and connectionspolitical and social Give faces to the names that routinely surface after every attack Instead of indulging in guess work after every attackdedicate energies to understanding and engaging with the Maoist A conventional army loses a war if it doesnt win it A guerrilla army wins a war if it doesnt lose it This is the 46th summer after Naxalbari [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Manchester | Published: August 1 2017 10:23 pm Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal Karthik needed just 14 minutes to complete their opening fixture (Source: File) Top News Second seeds Joshna Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal Karthik made a flying start to their campaign with an easy 11-4 11-5 win over the Colombian pair of Pelaez and Tovar in a Group B league enounter at the WSF-World Doubles Squash Championship The Indian pair the second seed needed just 14 minutes to complete their opening fixture in this three-team Group on a winning note Later Joshna teaming up with Vikram Malhotra in the mixed doubles won the first match in Group C against Leiper and Hallama of Scotland rather comfortably at 11-5 11-6 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Updated: August 31 2017 9:53 am Venkatesh Prasad’s presence has caught the BCCI unawares as he didn’t take its permission (Source: File) Related News The Indian cricket board is in a fix after its junior selection committee chairman Venkatesh Prasad decided to be a TV commentator for the Karnataka Premier League without taking its permission The move by the former India bowler might land him in conflict-of-interest trouble and the board is of the opinion that Prasad should resign as selector if he wants to take up the television gig The Karnataka State Cricket Association has roped in Star Sports to broadcast the sixth edition of the KPL that runs from September 1 to 23 In the list of commentators issued in the press release are former Australian players Brett Lee Michael Hussey and Dean Jones and New Zealander Daniel Vettori Prasad is part of the Indian cricketers panel that also has VB Chandrasekhar Sunil Joshi Fazal Khaleel a former Karnataka batsman and sports presenter Charu Sharma Prasad’s presence has caught the BCCI unawares as he didn’t take its permission “He can’t do commentary in KPL If he wants to he will have to resign as chairman of junior selection committee committee The new conflict of interest rules are in place and those who are employees with the BCCI can’t be part of any other venture” a top BCCI official told The Indian Express The BCCI especially the Supreme Court- appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) has come down hard on conflict of interest cases “The BCCI has been tough on conflict of interest rules Rahul Dravid was made to choose between India Under 19 coach job and IPL The rule is clear: if you are on board’s payroll you can’t work anywhere else Everyone has to fill a declaration form now Prasad can’t be part of KPL commentary team” a source added Prasad was unavailable for comment The conflict-of-interest issue came into sharp prominence particularly after Ramachandra Guha brought it up in his resignation letter from the CoA Guha cited the example of Sunil Gavaskar who heads the PMG company which manages cricketers like Shikhar Dhawan to Rishabh Pant and continues to work as BCCI commentator Guha also mentioned how MS Dhoni was captain of the team while “holding a stake in a firm that represented some current India players” Subsequent to Guha’s letter the Dravid issue came to spotlight and he relinquished his role in IPL to continue as the coach of the junior teams For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: June 23 2014 12:44 am Related News In a move that smacks of arbitrariness the University Grants Commission has told Delhi University to roll back its four-year undergraduate programme for not being in sync with the 10+2+3 format prescribed by the national education policy and for having overlooked the fact that it had not received “visitor’s approval” from the president This is a 180 degree switch from its arguments in the UPA years when it said that universities had the right to choose the duration of their programmes and that variations between universities was not a problem This is the latest of several attempts to obstruct DU’s far-sighted transformation from various quarters and interest groups India’s premier central university for liberal arts and sciences had made a creditable attempt to shift to a model more akin to the American undergraduate model where a college entrant is allowed a broad survey of many disciplines to understand connections between them and then choose one or two more precise areas of enquiry But heaving an old settled university in a radically new direction was never going to be easy It proved difficult to move an umbrella of colleges with different standards to a system where courses can be independently designed and recombined or where credits can be transferred There was pushback from sections of the faculty and unsure students some of whom disagreed with the very imperative of moving to a more internationally integrated system The FYUP was on its way to self-correcting the problems in execution settling into a smoother rhythm But instead of letting the institution handle its own transition the higher education regulator has suddenly decided to interfere changing its own position There have been protests about the FYUP as the new academic year begins many of which may have inconvenienced the new HRD minister Smriti Irani But a new political dispensation should not mean a wholesale reconsideration of ideas that have already been agreed upon and put into practice The UGC had not noticed or spoken of DU’s technical infractions before this Now in an entirely ad hoc manner it has swooped in to undo its biggest most forward-thinking initiative in decades Higher education cannot be energised as long as education governance remains politically beholden and disrespectful of university autonomy For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAfter much speculation former IPS officer Kiran Bedi has been named as BJP’s chief ministerial candidate for the Delhi Assembly pollsscheduled for 7 February Following the chief election committee meeting in New Delhi BJP presidentAmit Shah met mediapersons and said "BJP will contest polls under the leadership of Kiran Bedi in New Delhi She will contest from Krishna Nagar constituency The party leadership has chosen her as the chief ministerial candidate for the Delhi Assembly election" Speaking to Times Now Kiran Bedi said "I would like to thank party leadership for showing confidence in me" Praising Bedi Shahsaid "Bedi’s whole life has been around the people of Delhi She has dedicated her life tofight against crime and corruption During her days in the Delhi Police she gained much trust among people" Kiran Bedi Narendra Modi and Amit Shah PTI "She has also been a well known name in social work" Shah said The BJP president furtheradded "The decision of going to polls under Bedi’s leadership will surely lead usto victory" Bedi will contest from the Krishna Nagar seat in east Delhi considered a BJP stronghold She had asked the party leadership to field her from this constituency as she did not want a direct fight with Kejriwal Sitting party MLAs and well-known newly inducted leaders have been given preference in ticket distribution reported Firstpost’s Tarique Anwar However Bedi did not reach party headquarters for press briefing Party choose to keep mum over the question why she did not come Sources had earlier told Firstpost reporter Tarique Anwar that had asked the party leadership to field her from this constituency as she did not want a direct fight with Kejriwal Shah said that Union Minister J P Nadda will release the list of all the 70 candidates later tonight Sources had also told Firstpost that the party leadership had decided to pit former AAP member Shazia Ilmi against Arvind Kejriwal from New Delhi However in a tweet Shazia Ilmi announced that she has opted out of Delhi polls Bedi made her foray into politics by joining the BJP on 15 January giving rise to speculation that she could be declared the party’s chief ministerial candidate ahead of the crucial Delhi polls While Arun Jaitley and Amit Shah praised Bedi during her induction saying she would strengthen the party unit in the capital not all members of BJP were on the same page In fact an earlier Firstpost article noted how RSS might not have been totally on board with Kiran Bedi joining BJP bandwagon Leadershave chosen tocomplain about Bedi so far anonymously in order to prevent any action being taken against them "She is rude and arrogant Her dictatorial tendencies may have an adverse impact on the party’s prospect It will be difficult for workers to work with her Since we work under the umbrella of the BJP we will follow instructions of our leader as obedient foot soldiers" one party leader had told Firstpost? its chief adoption officer, Thus, However, “This story is false. a North Korean missile landed in or near Japanese-controlled waters for the first time." 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It hovers over every port and destination, Bose, The view is great with the line crossing malls and heritage structures, said Ravi Sharmawho was on a round trip with his family DMRC said the terminal stations of Qutab Minar and HUDA City Centre as well as the MG Road metro stationwhich is flanked by mallshave seen the most foot falls on the line At presentsix trains run on the line at a frequency of 10 minutes HoweverDMRC will increase the frequency to three minutes with 60 trains once it is connected to the main line Meanwhilework on the Central Secretariat-Qutab Minar is on in full swing and the line is scheduled to open by the end of July Signalling and trial runs will begin soon on the stretch For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Seoul | Published: August 30 2017 7:42 am North Korea has conducted launches at an unusually fast pace this year 13 times Seoul says and some analysts believe it could have viable long-range nuclear missiles before the end of Trump’s first term in early 2021 Related News North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called for more weapons launches targeting the Pacific Ocean to advance his country’s ability to contain Guam state media said on Wednesday a day after Pyongyang for the first time flew a ballistic missile designed to carry a nuclear payload over Japan Yesterday’s aggressive missile launch likely the longest ever from North Korea over a close US ally sends a clear message of defiance as Washington and Seoul conduct annual military drills The Korean Central News Agency said the launch was a “muscle-flexing” countermeasure to the Ulchi Freedom Guardian joint exercises that conclude tomorrow Pyongyang views the drills as invasion rehearsals and often conducts weapons tests and escalates its rhetoric when they are held The KCNA report said the missile was an intermediate-range Hwasong-12 which the North first successfully tested in May and threatened to fire into waters near Guam earlier this month Kim expressed “great satisfaction” over the launch that he called a “meaningful prelude” to containing Guam and said North Korea would continue to watch the US demeanor before it decides future actions KCNA said The US territory is home to key US military bases that North Korea finds threatening Kim also said it’s “necessary to positively push forward the work for putting the strategic force on a modern basis by conducting more ballistic rocket launching drills with the Pacific as a target in the future” The launch seemed designed to show that North Korea can back up a threat to target Guam if it chooses to do so while also establishing a potentially dangerous precedent that could see future missiles flying over Japan South Korea’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said the missile traveled around 2700 kilometers (1677 miles) and reached a maximum height of 550 kilometers (341 miles) as it flew over the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido US President Donald Trump said North Korea had signaled its “contempt for its neighbors” and that “all options are on the table” in terms of a US response Trump said in his statement that “threatening and destabilizing actions only increase the North Korean regime’s isolation in the region and among all nations of the world” Any new test worries Washington and its allies because it presumably puts North Korea a step closer to its goal of an arsenal of nuclear missiles that can reliably target the United States Tuesday’s test however looks especially aggressive to Washington Seoul and Tokyo North Korea has conducted launches at an unusually fast pace this year 13 times Seoul says and some analysts believe it could have viable long-range nuclear missiles before the end of Trump’s first term in early 2021 Seoul says that while North Korea has twice before fired rockets it said were carrying satellites over Japan in 1998 and 2009 it has never before used a ballistic missile which is unambiguously designed for military strikes The North still claimed today that its recent launch “had no impact on the security of the neighboring countries” Some outside observers said launching a road-mobile missile from an airport runway could demonstrate the North’s ability to fire its missiles from anywhere in the country Yesterday’s missile landed nowhere near Guam but firing a Hwasong-12 so soon after the threat may be a way for North Korea to show it could follow through if it chose to do so Guam is 3400 kilometers (2110 miles) away from North Korea but South Korea’s military said the North may have fired the missile at a shorter range North Korea will no doubt be watching the world’s reaction to see if it can use the same flight path for future launches Japanese officials made their usual strongly worded condemnations of the launch “We will do our utmost to protect people’s lives” Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said “This reckless act of launching a missile that flies over our country is an unprecedented serious and important threat” Tokyo said there was no reported damage from the missile Residents on Hokkaido were warned by loudspeakers phone alerts and an email that told them to stay indoors The launch was also condemned by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres Britain France Germany Russia and a number of other countries For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News which allows state government legislation to diverge from Central acts with the president’s approval, we had somewhat forgotten that policy is the child of politics and that politics is a contact sport which is largely about strategy. download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Gandhinagar | Published: March 31,”, He is trying to dismantle the many self-imposed political constraints on Japan?integrate unmanned drones into defence plans.

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