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?respectively.academy on the outskirts of Hyderabad.The mixed doubles draw where India will be a strongcontender with Sania and Bopanna competing has not been made as yet For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPolitical killings aren’t new in Kerala’s political landscape The politics of bloodshed dates back to the 1970s and 1980s and the early days of the creation of Left and Right fronts Since then political goons masquerading as party workers have executed opponents — some for local reasons and others deployed to send larger political messages There have been countless murders each of which has a contradicting storyline depending on whom you ask The BJP-RSS joined the world of political killings soon when it began to seek inroads to the state’s bipolar political scene But of late things are changing beyond typical local clashes The RSS and BJP have been attempting to build a narrative slowly but steadily to bring the political violence in Kerala into the national conscious and more importantly to portray itself as the primary victim In fact the RSS which is stronger than the BJP in Kerala has openly asked for President’s Rule in the state The pattern of events in the recent past especially after the murder of RSS worker Rajesh allegedly by CPM workers suggests this strategy In this context there have been three major developments following Rajesh’s killing: Kerala governor P Sathasivam summoning the chief minister to convey his concern over the deteriorating law and order situation in the state on 30 July the visit of top BJP leader and Union finance minister Arun Jaitley and reports of likely visits of BJP president and master strategist Amit Shah and chief ministers of BJP-ruled state to Kerala in the backdrop of Rajesh’s murder All this lead to a well-thought out carefully calibrated BJP-RSS strategy of branding Kerala as a land of political violence in order to make a case for President’s Rule in the state The LDF leadership is largely caught off-guard in this plot File image of Pinarayi Vijayan PTI Logically this could be part of BJP-RSS’ strategy to get a firm grip of the political scene in the state after realising that chances of organic growth in the near future are shrinking or are too time-consuming One major clue that signals such a narrative lies in Jaitley’s comments on the political killings in the state Jaitley expressed concern on the "continuing saga of violence in Kerala" and blamed Kerala’s CPM government for the political violence in the state accusing it of "using" its cadres to "eliminate" rival party workers Further Jaitley also made a comparison of Rajesh killing to terrorists saying "The kind of wounds inflicted on Rajesh would even embarrass terrorists" More critically Jaitley criticised the state police for its inability to control the perpetrators of violence against BJP and RSS workers saying "the state needs peace and it deserves peace" Finally Jaitley made a note of the increase in murders of RSS-BJP workers after Pinarayi Vijayan came to power At the same time it is important to note here is that Jaitley was largely silent about the loss of lives on the CPM side allegedly caused by RSS-BJP workers That is despite families of some 21 CPM workers allegedly killed by RSS-BJP cadres staging a dharna demanding that Jaitley visit their houses as well The fact is that political violence has resulted in deaths on both sides but Jaitely’s remarks appeared to play up RSS-BJP as primary victims Remember the political narrative against CPM and in favour of BJP-RSS began taking shape way back during the Kannur killings after the LDF government took over when the BJP national leadership voiced similar arguments In fact both RSS and BJP have been trying to make inroads in the state for a while which has met with stiff resistance from the CPM Logically martyrs like Rajesh help it to gain sympathy among the neutral voters whereas the CPM workers wrongly assume that such killings would scare away people Also there are reasons to believe that state political leaderships are losing control of the actions of the workers on the ground There have been allegations of both left and RSS resorting to eliminate their own workers for political reasons Former Communist Party leader TP Chandrashekharan was hacked to death in May 2012 in Kerala allegedly by Left cadres Early this year an RSS worker from Kerala’s Kannur district had alleged that the RSS tried to kill him to put the blame on the ruling CPM To be sure these two incidents are in totally different contexts CPM falling into a trap The Kerala CPM headed by Vijayan is falling into a well-laid trap by countering this narrative with bigger battle calls against BJP/RSS and attempting to gag the media instead of dealing with the volatile situation in the state in a mature way and assuring the centre about necessary steps to ensure law and order situation "Times have changed Now the BJP should realise that the situation in Kerala is no longer the same as during the dismissed EMS Government What BJP should first be doing is to let the Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath settle law and order there” said Kerala CPM secretary Kodiyeri Balakrishnan commenting on Jaitley’s visit Vijayan too expressed his concern over the Centre’s propaganda against the state But in the battle of strategies the BJP is winning in a big way It has successfully brought the RSS worker-killing to the national stage and is picturing the state as a land of political violence where the state government and police remain helpless spectators The usual drill that precedes Centre’s rule in any state is progressing quietly — the governor summoning the chief minister Union ministers visiting the place of violence expressing a loss of confidence and terming the events as total political anarchy The state’s CPM leadership is responding to this strategy the exact same way the BJP wants it to act — by resorting to counter accusations blame games and denying its inability to take control of the law and order situation It is making a big mistake Instead the Vijayan government would do better to offer a mature response to the Centre By going into confrontation mode with the Centre the Vijayan government is making the BJP-RSS leadership’s job easier The CPM state leadership lacks strategy and the ability to foresee well-laid political traps by RSS-BJP Written by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: August 24 2011 3:59 pm Related News Superstar Shah Rukh Khan is excited about the song ‘Wanna be my Chammak Challo’sung by American R&B singer Akon in his upcoming film ‘RaOne’ “Raone music to release in September… can’t wait to put chamak challo on TV in the next few days Finally it’s that time when u start letting the ownership of your film to pass onto the audience (sic)” Shah Rukh wrote on twitter The item song featuring Kareena Kapoor has been choreographed by Ganesh Acharya Kareena has earlier gyrated to veteran actress Helen’s chartbuster song ‘Yeh Mera Dil’ in Shah Rukh’s film ‘Don-The Chase Begins’ (2006) An earlier version of the song had leaked online but Shah Rukh said he has managed to trace the person responsible “It is very unfortunate and I am very depressed That was the trial version The saving grace is that the earlier version of the song has been leaked and the final version is still with us I think we have found out from which IP address it has been leaked” said Shah Rukhwho plays superhero GOne in the film ‘RaOne’directed by Anubhav Sinhafeatures Shah RukhKareena Kapoor and Arjun Rampal in lead rolesis to be released on October 26 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Published: June 14 2017 4:10 am As per the rate card if one is carrying an empty bottle one needs to pay Rs 1 for 300 ml water Rs 3 for 500 ml and Rs 5 for 1 litre Ganesh Shirsekar Top News A FAMILY stands in a group eyes stuck at a white-and-blue kiosk at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus platform no 1 The water vending machine kiosk termed ‘water point’ has several buttons a coin inserting slot and a rate card After discussing among themselves one of them moves ahead with an empty plastic bottle pays Rs 5 and fills the 1 litre bottle The number of people moving ahead to fill their bottles or purchasing water bottles from the kiosk is slightly more than those standing back peering at the large machine installed by the railway authorities nearly two months back The machines installed across railway stations as an initiative by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) are meant to ensure that purified drinking water is available across railway stations at cheap rates As per the rate card if one is carrying an empty bottle one needs to pay Rs 1 for 300 ml water Rs 3 for 500 ml and Rs 5 for 1 litre If one needs a bottle as well the rates are Rs 2 Rs 5 and 8 respectively At most kiosks through the day there is a person who helps people understand how to operate the machine At night however one has to operate the machine by oneself As per a vendor adjacent to the water vending machine during peak hours there is a queue of commuters to purchase water from the machine “Since the past few weeks especially since the temperatures were high there was a huge rush during peak hours There are queues if you come around 730- 8pm” the vendor said He added “Because of this kiosk our sales of soft drinks have gone down” Outside the kiosk Alpa Kakkad a Powai resident in her thirties has just filled a 1litre bottle at the kiosk “Normally I carry water from home However midway through the day I exhaust the water On most days I would purchase a mineral water bottle from outside the station that costs Rs 15 This is the first time I am filling water from here and I had to pay Rs 5 for the same quantity I hope the quality of the water is good” Kakkad said She added “Also I hope these machines are more centrally located something near ticket windows I have to take a Thane train which is at the other end of the station and had to come all the way here” Kartik Panjabi an 18-year-old Bachelor in Mass Media student from KC college said “The water is damn cheap However I wish that these kiosks were open for 24 hours” Manjeet Verma the attendant at the CST kiosk however clarified that the kiosks are open round the clock “I am present from morning 9pm to 8pm at night After that while there is no attendant the kiosk is operational and people can insert coins and get water However when I come in the morning there is at least Rs 500 that is found in the safe It means people are using these facilities at night as well Overall during a 24-hour period nearly 500 litres of water is dispensed with” Ram Ashish Chouhan (50) a Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar resident said “I used to purchase mineral water on a daily basis This is a good initiative and will help me save money However I hope it is safe If the water quality turns out to be good I will be queuing up daily to get my dose of water” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: March 19 2014 11:31 pm Related News Proposal to bar candidates after framing of charges doesn’t respect due process won’t clean up politics Last year the Supreme Court had sought the Law Commission’s view on electoral reforms that could stanch criminality in politics In response the commission has suggested that candidates against whom charges have been framed by a court at least one year prior to the date of scrutiny of nomination papers should be disqualified from contesting polls The candidate in question must also have been charged for an offence with a maximum punishment of five or more years of imprisonment To justify its recommendation the commission has referred to the poor rate of criminal convictions and trial delays apart from the “lack of deterrence” for political parties when it comes to fielding criminals But if lower courts have seen shoddy and lengthy criminal trials of politicians it is for the judiciary to clean up its stables The CrPC suggests the framing of charges is a “statement that every legal condition required by law to constitute the offence charged was fulfilled in the particular case” In the Supreme Court’s words this would indicate there is “sufficient ground” to proceed against the accused Yet even as it laments the poor rate of convictions in lower courts the Law Commission is evidently willing to repose enormous trust in these very institutions to satisfy the rigorous standards laid out in the CrPC In practice whether or not charges are framed by a court depends on the prosecution’s zeal in pursuing a criminal case Preliminary hearings at this stage do not constitute a platform for the accused to establish her case simply because there is no thorough evaluation of evidence And the “cut-off” period of one year is not an adequate safeguard simply because well before a formal announcement or the filing of nomination papers many constituencies may be aware who the likely candidates are This is especially so in the case of high-profile politicians The Law Commission’s report focuses rightly on the need for expedited criminal trials of politicians Guilt can only be ascertained after a fair trial and once appeals to higher courts have been exhausted Quickfixes and blunt solutions — such as disqualification after the mere framing of charges — can be prone to misuse and will end up undermining the rule of law For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sundar | New Delhi | Published: August 18 2017 11:44 am Anupam Kher wished Hollywood actor Robert De Niro on the occasion of his 74th birthday Related News Anupam Kher and Robert De Niro shared screen space in the critically acclaimed film Silver Linings Playbook that also starred Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper in the lead roles From then till quite recently both Anupam and De Niro have shared a great rapport off the screen as well Now on the occasion of Robert De Niro’s 74th birthday Anupam Kher took to his official Twitter account to wish the actor and wrote “Happy birthday (17th August) to the greatest actor Mr #RobertDeNiro May you continue to inspire us for years to come Love & Regards . 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