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In Karnataka, as it included some people who had been jailed in the past, In 1996, “He deserves special one no?” she had tweeted For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChandigarh:Sacked AAP Punjab convener Sucha Singh Chhotepur on Wednesday ruled out any reconciliation with the party after senior leader Sanjay Singh approached to placate him on Monday fearing splits in the local unit ahead of the Punjab assembly polls File image of Sucha Singh Chhotepur Twitter/ @SChotepur "Surprised" by the massive support pouring in for Chhotepur from across Punjab after his removal Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) appears to have softened its stand on him and decided not to make any comments on this issue The party’s senior leader and Punjab affairs-in-charge Sanjay Singh met Chhotepur at his house in Mohali on Monday as part of the party’s efforts to placate the upset leader "Yes he (Sanjay Singh) came to my house I told him there is no need to placate me as the party has tried to damage me Morally I am not with you If you want to keep me for your gain it is up to you" Chhotepur said on Wednesday "The party has not only thrown me out but also humiliated me" he further said Chhotepur said it is the massive support of volunteers and media which saved me "It is a rebirth for me" he said showing no signs of reconciliation with the party for which he said he put two-and-half years to build in the state On Tuesday Sanjay Singh had said that the party had decided not to make any comment on Chhotepur till the two-member probe panel submits its report on allegations of bribery against the party leader The party is apparently surprised at the support which Chhotepur had received from several parts of Punjab after he was removed Chhotepur who held a key position in the party was removed as convener after a video clip surfaced allegedly showing him taking bribe for giving tickets in a purported sting operation He has decided to start touring Punjab after paying obeisance at Golden Temple in Amritsar on 3 September During his tour he will meet his supporters and volunteers to seek their opinion on his future course of action "I will start touring Punjab to seek opinions and views of supporters on next course of action Whatever consensus comes out I will accept it" Chhotepur said After his removal his loyalists had launched a protest in Gurdaspur the leader’s home district against AAP and had burnt the effigy of party’s national convener Arvind Kejriwal AAP’s six parliamentary zonal coordinators have passed a resolution in support of Chhotepur and gave time to the party till 1 September for his reinstatement They had also demanded that Chhotepur should be reinstated and the team members including Sanjay Singh Durgesh Pathak zonal observers who had come from Delhi should be called back Written by Coomi Kapoor | Updated: February 1 2015 5:09 am Related News Yoga guru Ramdev’s letter declining a proposed Padma award was not entirely voluntary President Pranab Mukherjee had reservations about the government’s move to bestow the award on a man who has been investigated by the police and had a major confrontation with the Delhi Police a few years back Mukherjee himself felt personally let down by Ramdev As a minister in Manmohan Singh’s government in 2011 Mukherjee along with Salman Khurshid had broken protocol to receive Ramdev at Delhi airport Mukherjee had been led to believe that the yoga guru could be persuaded to call off his support for Anna Hazare’s agitation on the Lokpal issue However Ramdev had backtracked Given the President’s reluctance to clear Ramdev’s name the BJP had to and urge him to decline the award The upshot was that Sri Sri Ravi Shankar also didn’t accept the award ‘Cheap’ award A senior official in the Modi government was miffed to learn that the prestigious Padma awards are made of much cheaper material than the less-coveted Pravasi Bharatiya awards given recently The Padma awards are fashioned out of brass while the Pravasi awards meant for outstanding foreigners of Indian origin are made of 22-carat gold It is calculated that the cost of the handsome award is some Rs 275 lakh while the Padma award is worth around Rs 200 in pure monetary terms PMO’s desire thwarted This year the PMO and Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs were keen to bestow a Pravasi Bharatiya award on astronaut Sunita Williams whose parents went to the US from Gujarat However it was discovered that the central screening committee is not empowered to nominate candidates it can only reject proposals The nominations are made initially by consulates embassies and regional NGOs Upholding democratic values It was noticeable at the Republic Day parade that both President Barack Obama and US First Lady Michelle were at some point clutching their own umbrellas There was a steady drizzle throughout the early part of the parade and the VVIP enclosure did not have a protective awning The Defence Ministry had deployed attendants to hold the umbrellas but the Obamas clearly felt that the practice should not be encouraged by representatives of a country that prides itself on its democratic traditions They insisted on taking the brollies from the flunkeys However when seated Obama had no option but to share the umbrella held over PM Narendra Modi by an attendant Pundits’ resistance Detractors of Congress general secretary Janardan Dwivedi were so keen to publicly censure him for his remark on Narendra Modi’s “Indianness” that they did not wait to first clarify with Dwivedi whether he had been correctly quoted The remark was seen as a potshot at Rahul Gandhi for not being “desi” enough The Brahmin lobby of old-timers which fears that Rahul may soon be made party chief rendering them irrelevant backed Dwivedi privately One party member compared Sonia Gandhi to Gandhari in the Mahabharata who was blind to the flaws of her son Dwivedi however was not cowed He was seen chatting away with Home Minister Rajnath Singh at a dinner hosted by a media baron recently Not so ungodly True to his party philosophy the DMK’s A Raja is an atheist who shies away from religious rituals Nonetheless every Tuesday 108 children queue up outside his house to receive packed lunch boxes This will continue for 42 weeks on the advice of an astrologer Raja’s wife is a believer and she wants to ward off “evil influences” After the 2G scam the family was badly shaken when a ceiling fan fell on Raja’s daughter in school injuring her and four others Incidentally Raja is one more politician planning a tell-all autobiography He has signed up with Penguin and the 2G scam will figure majorly Mysterious stranger Congress spokesperson Abhishek Manu Singhvi hosted a lunch in the new year for his Congress colleagues and friends in the media at the India International Centre A gentleman with considerable aplomb approached senior party leaders and was engaged in an animated discussion with them As he was leaving a Congress general secretary queried from a journalist the name of the man whom he had been speaking to The scribe and the host were both clueless as to the guest’s identity A junior journalist was hastily dispatched to find out the name of the mysterious stranger The departing guest claimed to be a wing commander Conscious that some of them had been talking too freely to him there was a flutter at the party Some surmised that the uninvited guest was from the military intelligence others thought he was from the IB while another conjecture was that he might even be a BJP mole For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ARVIND P DATAR | Published: February 25 2016 12:02 am The present section has stood the test of time and the courts have restricted its application to serious acts that incite violence or create a major law and order problem Related News The immediate fallout of the recentarrest of Kanhaiya Kumar an All India Students Federation leader and presidentof the JNU students’ union was the demand to abolish Section 124A of the IndianPenal Code 1860 (IPC) as being an abhorrent colonial legacy The electronic and print media have reacted as if Kanhaiya Kumar has been convicted and punished under this section The fact is that a complaint was lodged that alleges Kumar’s conduct was seditious Does this justify a call for the abolition of this provision This article doesn’t discuss the correctness of the JNU arrests as the matter is in court; it only submits that there’s a strong case to retain Section 124A Chapter Six of the IPC is titled “Offences against the state” and originally consisted of Sections 121-130 which included the offences of waging war against the government of India and among other things collecting arms with the intention of waging such war Interestingly Section 124A was Section 113 of Macaulay’s Draft Penal Code of 1837-39 but was inexplicably omitted when the IPC was enacted in 1860 Section 124A was inserted in 1870 by an amendment introduced by Sir James Stephen The section in its original form was invoked in the celebrated case of Queen Empress vs Bal Gangadhar Tilak in 1897 Soon thereafter the section was redrafted and it now reads: “124A Sedition — Whoever by words either spoken or written or by signs or by visible representation or otherwise brings or attempts to bring into hatred or contempt or excites or attempts to excite disaffection towards the Government established by law in India shall be punished with imprisonment for life to which fine may be added or with imprisonment which may extend to three years to which fine may be added or with fine Explanation 1 The expression ‘disaffection’ includes disloyalty and all feelings of enmity Explanation 2 Comments expressing disapprobation of the measures of the Government with a view to obtain their alteration by lawful means without exciting or attempting to excite hatred contempt or disaffection do not constitute an offence under this section Explanation 3 Comments expressing disapprobation of the administrative or other action of the Government without exciting or attempting to excite hatred contempt or disaffection do not constitute an offence under this section” The Federal Court in Niharendu Dutt Majumdar vs The King Emperor (1942) understood the dangers of misusing this section and made it clear that the section could not be used to stifle criticism Interestingly this decision was rendered in 1942 and at the height of World War II Sir Maurice Gwyer observed that the use of violent frothy and irresponsible language in a speech cannot be termed as sedition He said: “There is an English saying that hard words break no bones; and the wisdom of common law has long refused to regard as actionable any words which though strictly and literally defamatory would be regarded by reasonable men as no more than mere vulgar abuse Abusive language even when used about a Government is not necessarily sedition and there are certain words and phrases which have so long become the stock-in-trade of the demagogue as almost to have lost all real meaning” This sensible interpretation was reversed by the Privy Council in 1947 (King Emperor vs Sadashiv Narayan Bhalerao) which adopted the narrow view taken by Justice Strachey in the Tilak trial Mercifully in 1962 the Supreme Court restored the view of the Federal Court while expressly holding that Section 124A was not violative of the fundamental right to free speech and expression under Article 19(1)(a) This section would apply only to those activities involving incitement to violence or intention to create public disorder or cause disturbance of public order (Kedar Nath Singh vs State of Bihar) The day after the assassination of Indira Gandhi two persons raised slogans of “Khalistan zindabad” and “Raj karega Khalsa” The Supreme Court acquitted the accused observing that the raising of some slogans a few times which did not evoke any response and did not create any law and order problem did not attract Section 124A The court rightly observed that sometimes the arrest of individuals rather than the slogans shouted could lead to tension and a law and order problem and cautioned that over-sensitiveness could be counter-productive Indeed the explanations to Section 124A make it clear that criticism or disapproval of actions of the government do not amount to sedition The Law Commission of India had undertaken a careful re-examination of Section 124A In its 42nd report published in 1971 it wanted the section to be extended to include disaffection towards the Constitution of India Parliament and state legislatures and the administration of justice It also wanted the punishment to be reduced to a maximum of seven years While the sentence can be restricted to seven years there is no reason to expand the ambit of the definition The present section has stood the test of time and the courts have restricted its application to serious acts that incite violence or create a major law and order problem Indeed the call for its abolition may be incorrect There is no data on the number of complaints that have been filed under this section in different states What were the seditious utterances or activities How many persons have been convicted Without an analysis of the empirical evidence on the implementation of this section it would be perilous to abolish it as an anachronistic colonial provision We cannot forget that dozens of districts in different states face a Maoist insurgency and rebel groups virtually run a parallel administration These groups openly advocate the overthrow of the state government by revolution Against the backdrop of this stark reality the abolition of Section 124A would be ill-advised merely because it has been wrongly invoked in some highly publicised cases The writer is a senior advocate For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: July 6 2016 12:21 am Top News An editorial in Organiser comments on the “unprecedented interview by the sitting prime minister to a private news channel” It says that “there were two types of people who reacted sharply on the interview” — those “who wanted to dissect what message was conveyed to whom while the other was ‘grapes are soar’ category who preferred attacking the very intent of the interview” It notes that “in the race for this newsy struggle the real message given to the people was missed out” “Besides articulating views on foreign policy flagship programmes” a“significant note was delivered on the economic front” the edit notes “If we analyse the answers related to black money in tandem with the reformation in tax regime and opening up of a compliancewindow for black money disclosures then we get the large picture” it says “Domestically promoting transparency and bringing tax-payers friendly environment is the real challenge” it says and notes that the “results of the Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Bill are visible at the macro level” “The government has unearthed tax evasion of around Rs 50000 crore of indirect taxes and undisclosed income of Rs 21000 crore through a series of measures in the past two years at which some people would like to turn a blind eye” it says Model Refugees The cover story in Organiser “The Community of Titans” records the life of the “role-model refugee community” “the Zoroastrians better known as Parsis” It applauds them for “their assimilation with the host country” “At a time when the world is grappling with refugee problem we are fortunate to be the home of a small and enterprising community that has embraced and enriched their host land in such a manner that they have earned the title of citizen nay worthy sons of Bharat Maa purely on the basis of merit” it says The article traces the history of Zoroastrians and then details how “they reached the shores of Hindustan” “Within no time Parsis took to Gujarat and Gujarati like a fish takes to water” it says The article points out that “Islam did follow them even to India” as the “Sultanate sacked and destroyed” their homes “Though they didn’t completely lose touch with the Persian language Gujarati started to become their mother tongue” it adds noting that “they adopted many Hindu customs Parsi women dressed like their Indian counterparts They even wore nose rings” Noting that they “contribute maximum demand nothing” it says that “Parsis create a beautiful mosaic assimilating the best of different cultures religions places and practices and give it their unique signature touch” Pitying the Neighbour An article in Panchjanya comments on the ways in which the deteriorating situation in Pakistan has affected the country’s children Parents are known by the way they bring up their children it says and notes that “after all a country is the guardian of its citizens and cradle of its ideologies” It asks: “How did Pakistan bring up its children since 1947” The article questions the “samsakars related to civilization and development of Pakistan” It argues that it is now common knowledge that the Pakistani administration promotes Islamic terrorists and their network The article then goes on to argue that “education institutes in Pakistan are used as melting pots of terrorism” It notes that innocent kids in the country are taught the poison of hatred The article points out that many in Pakistan have pointed to the pitiable condition of their country It quotes a professor at the Islamabad University who says that “by the time a student reaches Class V he is taught the meaning of jihad and martyrdom” “Kids are made to prepare speeches on eliminating kafirs from the world” the article continues It notes that the two-nation theory is the bedrock of Pakistan’s “education policy Afghanistan policy China policy atomic and missile policy even oil and gas policies” Almost all policies in Pakistan are guided by “opposition to India” The article concludes that all this has plunged Pakistan into a condition which it cannot control Compiled by Ashutosh Bhardwaj For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mohali | Published: February 11 2017 3:35 am Top News A local court acquitted seven persons including a doctor of cheating charges in an illegal kidney transplant racket as the prosecution was unable to establish its case at the district courts in Mohali The seven accused — Manju Pandey Amitabh Sachin alias Faggu Archana Goyal (kidney receiver) her brother Sandeep Goyal Jashnjit Singh and Dr Arjinder Singh Bains owner of Surya Kidney Transplant Centre — were given a clean chit by the court while another accused was held guilty on his confessional statement Watch What Else is Making News Abhishek a resident of Pinjore was held guilty on November 28 2014 after he made a confessional statement before the then chief judicial magistrate (CJM) The then CJM had mentioned in the orders that when he was holding a camp in the district jail Mohali Abhishek moved an application for taking up the case as he wanted to confess to his crime He was convicted and the court said the convict has already undergone the sentence Ikramudeen the complainant had stated to the senior superintendent of police (SSP) Mohali in 2011 that he was told that a vein would be removed from his body and he would be offered Rs 2 lakh for the minor surgery He claimed that he got carried away by the offer and came to village Khuda Lahora and was introduced by his friend Shakeel to Amitabh Pandey However after the surgery Ikramudeen stated that he saw he had 13 stitches and realised that it was not a minor surgery He was given Rs 1 lakh On reaching his hometown he felt pain in his stomach and found out that his kidney had been removed He further alleged that the documents were forged and he was portrayed as Archana Goel’s (the receiver of the kidney) brother as the surgery is conducted between relatives only A SIT was constituted in the case which filed its report on May 3 2012 on the basis of which an FIR was registered on May 7 2012 Dr Arjinder Singh Bains was a prosecution witness in the case but on the statement of the complainant in the court a supplementary challan was submitted and Dr Bains was accused in the case The complainant did not depose before the court subsequently The court had framed charges in the case on April 9 2014 stating that Dr Bains had entered into a criminal conspiracy to forge the documents for the purpose of kidney transplantation of the complainant by showing the complainant a Muslim boy as the brother of Archana a Hindu lady and used the said documents for the purpose of cheating the complainant Ikramudeen They were booked for cheating criminal conspiracy cheating by impersonation forgery and forgery for purpose of cheating The court had not framed charges against any accused under the Transplantation of Human Organs Act (TOHO) 1994 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsThe Bihar election results have changed the course of political history in at least three ways The most crucial of these will remain invisible – the run-up to the next biennial elections to the Rajya Sabha Numbers in that house will crucially determine the elections for a new President and Vice-president in July-August 2017 That along with the government’s manoeuvrability in the Rajya Sabha will determine the extent to which the government could move towards any constitutional amendments Lalu Prasad (left) and Nitish Kumar have now assumed important roles in national politics IBNLive Members of the Rajya Sabha are elected (a third of them every two years) by state assembly members across the country Bihar’s assembly is one of the bigger contributors of votes in those indirect elections A large NDA contingent from Bihar could have contributed to changing the complexion of Parliament’s House of States – and the government’s legislative capacity Amending the Constitution requires two-thirds votes in both houses The Vice-President is elected by a majority of members in both houses The ruling coalition is unlikely now to have that majority Even shakier will be its position in the Electoral College for the election of the President of the republic MPs of both houses and members of all state legislatures vote in that election – the weight of MPs’ votes being equal to the weight of MLAs votes combined Bihar has a substantial number of MPs and MLAs It is now less likely than before that the prime minister will be able to install a President of his choice Needless to say the President’s signature is essential to all laws and amendments The second way in which these results will affect national politics is by immediately weakening Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah both within their party and among their coalition allies While the Bihar votes were still being counted a party MLA from their home state Gujarat raised questions publicly about the party’s leadership And it might have been interesting to have listened in on Home Minister Rajnath Singh’s meeting with the RSS chief while counting trends were emerging Rajnath was the previous party president and his endorsement of Modi’s candidature led to the rise of the Modi-Shah duo Soon after the new government took over Singh chafed under the humiliation of media reports (evidently planted by another senior colleague) about his son being questioned by the prime minister He is unlikely to have forgotten that If there is unease within the ruling party it is likely to remain under wraps for the moment But the arrogance with which the Modi-Shah duo treated NDA allies such as the Shiv Sena has already come home to roost A leader of that party was quick to squarely and publicly blame Modi for the debacle The BJP may now have strong reason to regret having allowed a scandal to go unchallenged a few months ago over Maharashtra stalwart Sharad Pawar’s alleged soft line towards Dawood Ibrahim The third major impact of the Bihar results is the most obvious The national opposition has been energized Immediately after his Bihar victory Lalu Prasad spoke of bringing down the government at `Hastinapur’ (the Delhi of the Mahabharata’s Kauravas) The opposition should not allow the `fascist regime’ to continue for even a day he said Lalu is likely to now see himself as a prime ministerial candidate for 2019 His party emerged with the largest tally in Bihar but he vouchsafed support for incumbent Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of the Janata Dal United to lead the state government For his part the latter deflected a media question to Lalu about 2019 Each of them could be positioning himself for the top job The big question that the results have thrown up is whether non-NDA parties will ally with the Congress for 2019 or form another `third front’ to compete against both the BJP and the Congress Although the JDU and the RJD’s alliance with the Congress proved a great success in Bihar parties such as the Biju Janata Dal in Orissa the Telugu Desam in Seemandhra and the Left (now reduced to a mainly Kerala party) cannot ally with the Congress which is their chief rival in their respective home states Even before alliances for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections a big question will need to be addressed about an alliance for the Uttar Pradesh elections of 2017 Not only is UP India’s biggest state the BJP swept ninety per cent of the state’s 80 Lok Sabha seats last year That was Amit Shah’s ticket to taking over the party – and the BJP’s Lok Sabha majority On the other hand Mulayam Singh Yadav’s Samajwadi Party won a handsome victory in the previous UP assembly elections Mulayam Singh already sees himself as a prime ministerial candidate So could the other major UP leader Mayawati of the Bahajun Samaj Party if anti-incumbency and a suitable alliance bring her back to power in UP in 2017 Either of those leading UP parties could ally with the Congress possibly even with each other On the other hand the SP’s withdrawal from the `grand alliance’ a little before the Bihar elections led to speculation about its covert ties with the BJP A lot is now up in the air Bihar has brought the country’s politics alive By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: January 30 2017 5:46 am Participants at the Pune International Marathon on Sunday (Source: Pavan Khengre) Top News DESPITE PUBLICITY the 31st Pune International Marathon (PIM) failed to draw crowds or participation from the marathon enthusiasts on Sunday Hossy Rutto of Kenya won the 42 km run with a timing of 2hrs:12min:18sec among the men’s category while Gladus Zepeke of Kenya stood first among women’s category in the half-marathon with a timing of 1hr:12mins:40sec The marathon was earlier scheduled for December 4 but was rescheduled to January 29 due to demonetisation Abhay Chhajed vice president of PIM said “Due to change in the regular schedule we had to conduct two events this year So it did affect the numbers in terms of participants but there was no significant reduction in the overall turnout” Watch What Else Is Making News: The marathon of 42 kms was flagged off at 530 am The starting point was changed this year to Baburao Sanas ground from the usual Alka Talkies Chowk While professional runners stretched their limits to outdo the opponents there was a reasonably good response from amateurs Students IT professionals marketing executives teachers ran in groups A ‘Charity Run’ was also part of the marathon This ‘Run for Pune’ event saw some senior police officers corporate leaders participating Kishori Shinde international Kabbaddi player who has been recently inducted into the PMC as assistant commissioner was also seen Meanwhile a major mismanagement on the part of organisers led to confusion among mediapersons about the final results The athletes were given numbers but the numbers and names given in the list to media didn’t match leading to confusion in winners’ list For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: April 3 2014 12:37 am Related News *This refers to ‘Face value’ (IE April 1) Most international and national media organisations went berserk with jubilation because of a paper written by a 14-year-old American of Indian origin Suvir Mirchandani According to Mirchandani the US government could save millions of dollars in ink costs by simply changing the font it uses to Garamond The idea indeed seems brilliant But only The Indian Express tried to explain the other side of the story expertly and logically and looked at Mirchandani’s argument critically The Express enjoys the rare distinction of taking apart the hard work of a 14-year-old — Akshay Tarfe Pune Love thy voters *Thisrefers to the editorial ‘Trivial pursuit’ (IE April 2) There is no denying the fact that the Congress-led UPA government’s move to put off the small but unpleasant monthly hike in diesel prices of 50 paise per litre shows its utter desperation If the Election Commission’s model code of conduct prevented the government from increasing diesel prices then how was it able to cut petrol prices by 75 paise The government is out to buy goodwill at any cost presenting itself as the sole protector of the poor and downtrodden But bad economics is as bad for the poor as for anyone else The UPA 2 years demonstrate exactly that — SK Gupta Panchkula The China example *Thisrefers to ‘How the relationship soured’ by Pranab Dhal Samanta (IE April 2) A good critical analysis of the ever important India-US relationship was long overdue The historic nuclear deal had provided India a never-before opportunity to extract the maximum possible security and economic benefits from the US — but the government miserably failed to do so The jingoistic over reaction on the Devyani Khobragade case perhaps to score political brownie points before the elections was uncalled for The next government should give up this narrow inward-looking policy in order to achieve larger objectives It can learn a lot from China — Manas Sahu New Delhi Not quite a leader *Thisrefers to ‘Double game’ by Alistair McMillan (IE April 2) The Election Commission’s suggestion that contesting from more than one constituency be disallowed must be implemented by amending the Representation of the People Act 1951 Most importantly how can a person claim to be a national leader if he loses a popular election from one constituency but wins in another How can such enormous by-election expenditure be justified just to satisfy the egos of so-called national leaders — Vikram P Singh Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News After winning the toss, As per official sources,the hub of publishing activity. has also asked Rahul Gandhi to relieve him from the party post saying he will not be able to do justice to the job.
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