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Diversity and Dialogue is under attack,” A bench of Justice G S Singhvi and Justice S J Mukhopadhaya set aside what it called the “legally unsustainable” Delhi High Court verdict of 2009 that had decriminalised LGBT community after holding that Section 377, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Updated: January 10,Rural Development), Criticism of the report "really was a character attack on the people who wrote the report rather than a comment on the substance of the report itself, for the first time we prepared our laddus with latest technology of thermic fluids system, And things were no different this time with the actor’s choice of a black-and-white striped H&M pantsuit for the launch of jewellery designer Mrinalini Chandra’s new collection at a Mumbai restaurant. had a similar opinion. like it “blocks vision, I think,if they did an analysis of what happened I don’t think it should begin by saying what went wrong butwhy is it that what went right got such little airing Second yes there were quite a few things that went wrong particularly in the second period I think if Manmohan had stepped down after the first term he would have been remembered as an enormously successful PM Even within the limitations of articulation I don’t think the second period went well In many ways the coalition in fact the culture of not doing anything without being compensated which is a big problem in many countries became an increasingly grating factor in the government Whether Manmohan Singh in the position as the head of the coalition government and not the most important voice of the party could have dealt with it remains to be seen You know when I was an undergraduate I wouldn’t have thought that Manmohan would become the PM He doesn’t have the natural sharpness or nastiness I would expect him to be a great economist On Prime Minister Narendra Modi I think what happened to India is a failure of the state and governance including the opposition parties It was very difficult to get things through Parliament Now for many years it’s been possible to keep Parliament shut for many days And then you try to look at things that are possible to pass through Parliament than those things that you would ideally like to do for the country One of the things that Mr Modi did do is to give people a sense of faith that things can happen It may not have been exactly the things that I would have liked but I think this is an achievement This wouldn’t make my differences with Mr Modi on issues like secularism go away but on the other hand if we don’t recognise it we’re missing out on something very important The second great thing I’m praising about Mr Modi now is that on top of the Red Fort he said many good things — the lack of toilets the fear that women suffer from and the undernourishment Of course then it gets attention because of where it’s coming from Not that so far so much has happened but at least it’s there On differences with the NDA government To me the biggest issue with this government is the issue of social cohesion and the issue of culture and the fact that India is a multi-religious multi-cultural country That recognition is very important to me And it’s such a central recognition throughout Indian history At the Nalanda University of which I am the chancellor at this time one of the interesting things is how Hiuen Tsang who arrived in the seventh century described the 10000 residential students in the campus Nalanda was the only institution of higher learning outside China to which any infant Chinese ever went for education But he described two very striking things He liked the observatory and second thing was the method of education far less useof lecture and more use of debates and discussions The culture of debating the culture of having different values and being an argumentative Indian is a very deep part of Indian culture And I think that culture requires support rather than privileging it to any particular part no matter how majoritarian that position may be (Transcribed by Udit Roy and Ranaditya Baruah) Question hour You had raised the issue of missing women of India about 25-30 years ago How do you see it today The missing women was mainly a question of life and death That article was based on 1980s’ data but it came out in 1990 in New York Review and the British Medical Journal That was mainly because of the higher mortality of women than men girls than boys But in fact girls should have lower mortality Has that discrimination stayed the same now No it’s gone down quite a bit Not everywhere but it has certainly gone down as an average If we bring down the interest rates many people will be able to buy homes and trigger savings Why don’t the government and economists think on these lines I would say that to some extent you are right inflation has to be taken into account but it is not the only thing Interest rate policy is to take note of inflation Second if you look at European economic history the big recovery from slumps have typically taken place with the housing market and with low interest rates Third when you are determining an interest rate you have to take into account a number of considerations like how it affects other sectors such as the industrial sector how it affects the borrowing of people including peasants So it’s a very complex calculation I can’t comment on the interest rate policy right now For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Muralidharan | Published: May 16 2017 12:26 am Representational Image Top News The celebratory mood that followed the passage of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill (RPD) in an otherwise washed-out winter session of Parliament has now turned sombre The framing of rules indispensable for the implementation of the RPD Act has already run into trouble The Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities in its hurry to meet a self-set deadline of April 14 committed a procedural lapse by notifying the draft rules even before the Act had come into force This lapse was rectified with the Act being brought into force from April 19 followed by notifying the draft rules once again on April 21 Prior to this two drafts were uploaded on the department’s site dated March 3 and March 10 2017 The procedural lapses apart there seems to be a deliberate attempt to circumvent the implementation of the RPD Act in its entirety While there is just one rule for a chapter as important as “Education” no rules have been proposed for many chapters including crucial ones dealing with “Social Security Health Rehabilitation and Recreation” Paradoxically like last time (the 1995 Act) the department proposes to follow this up with a policy for the implementation of the Act This is placing the cart before the horse — ideally a policy should precede legislation and not vice versa What is intriguing is that many provisions contained in the draft rules of March 3 were missing in the version put out on March 10 Of these the most concerning was the removal of the private sector from the rules including under the “equal opportunity policy” It is only after protests that the private sector was brought within its ambit in the latest gazette notification on April 21 The original Bill did not include the private sector within the definition of “establishment” This was introduced as an official amendment only under pressure from disability rights activists Writing in this paper on December 20 2016 after the passage of the Act I had pointed out that “A major concern with regard to the Bill was clause 3(3) which states ‘No person with disability shall be discriminated on the ground of disability unless it is shown that the impugned act or omission is appropriate to achieve a legitimate aim’” There is an apprehension that this clause gives unfettered power to the authorities to discriminate on the pretext of serving a “legitimate aim” Minister Thawar Chand Gehlot’s assurance in the Rajya Sabha that provisions will be made in the rules to ensure that this clause is not misused has not been adequately addressed A discriminatory attitude like the one faced by Rishi Raj Bhati will continue unhindered if rules are not framed properly About a month after the RPD Act was legislated Bhati a disabled newly-appointed Public Relations Officer of the Delhi Development Authority was removed from his post and sent back to his old department Even before he could take charge senior officials had decided that Bhati would not be able to keep up with the demands of his new position After protests Bhati was asked to rejoin with the rider that he should return to service only if he felt “confident” he would be able to discharge the duties of his post Bhati refused to join The latest version of the draft rules even while assuring that the provisions of the section are “not misused” by the head of an establishment to “deny any right and benefit to persons with disabilities covered under the Act” will not prevent such unpleasant incidents Strangely the burden of establishing whether the aim was “legitimate” or not rests on the affected party not the authority concerned This apart the committee constituted to oversee the framing of the central rules had just three representatives from the disability sector Unfortunately there has been no representation from any of the newly recognised disabilities in such an important committee With 14 conditions now being newly added to the existing seven the canvas has become much wider Under-representation apart the committee had just two sittings If the RPD Act 2016 has to become a reality in letter and spirit then processes such as rule-framing have to be carried out more thoroughly and collectively with the involvement of its primary beneficiaries and not just as a means of tokenism Saner sense should prevail and the department should desist from coming out with half-baked rules As we had cautioned earlier a tough battle lies ahead for getting this law implemented The writer is secretary National Platform for the Rights of the Disabled For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Ahmedabad | Published: September 13 2016 4:44 pm Top News Gujarat government Tuesday transferred Inspector General of Surat Range Narsimha Komar and Superintendent of Police Mayursinh Chavda in the wake of suspected hooch tragedy in Surat district which has claimed 16 lives IG Komar was transferred to Jamnagar as IG of Marine Task Force relieving Nirja Gotru Rao (IG Coastal Security) from this additional charge a notification by Gujarat Home Department said?

So, The research suggests that while it is still rare to prescribe powerful psychiatric drugs to 2-year-olds.Vijay Dinanath Chauhan is brought alive by first-time director Karan Malhotra in Karan Johar’s homage to the original film,ve used them to pull the readers into the story, smiles Huylerwho has displayed 250 illuminating photographs of his subjectstheir art and their lives Huyler first came to India in the 1970s and never looked back Over the past 34 years or sohe has travelled the length and breadth of the countrydocumenting the lives and the art of women from diverse communities from Kerala to the Himalayasfrom the dry western deserts to the east coast and several tiny villages and big cities in between He began to work actively on the book over nine years ago Choosing the 20 women for the book was a challenge It required me to compare regions and stories and look deeply into the history of their art as well? I will be in a position to say anything only after I get the final script in place. to understand how to get into the race. What’s the point if it’s not large?” discounts on leading debit/credit cards for the sale of its Billion Capture+ phone. The Billion Capture Plus smartphone’s price, math.

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