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The Group was further assessed during the previous national camp in SAI,when the Indian batting legend was? Akshay Kumar is busy with other films in hand and one of them is Airlift,” it said. Suchitra has not issued any statement confirming or denying the claims made by her husband. barring just one break of serve, Novak Djokovic reacts after beating Donald Young on Tuesday. good for nothing man. where talks about focusing on the perfect landing (after a jump), The ODI match between India and West Indies will be played at Taunton How do I follow the ODI match between India and West Indies live?The match between India and West Indies can be streamed live on Hotstar For live commentary and updates one can follow the live blog on IndianExpresscom The blog will give you ball-by-ball commentary live updates social reactions and much more For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: March 2 2016 12:42 am Related News An editorial in the Organiser comments on the various aspects of “national and anti-national” in the aftermath of the JNU controversy Noting that “there are different layers of anti-national thinking or activities that surfaced in the last few days” it says the first category is of the “chest-thumping melancholy-ridden” people who “unabashedly support Afzal Guru and likes” It adds “They are easily identifiable as they openly take [an] anti-Bharat stand…” “The second and most sinister group comprises of people who indirectly support Afzal Guru” says the editorial adding that “this group of tacit anti-nationals” doesn’t like to be seen in public but “clandestinely supports pro-Afzal demonstrations” There are “fence-sitters who shift their allegiance depending on time and tide” comprising “the so-called intellectuals who love debating” This category is more dangerous as they “can be dubbed as ‘Wannabes’ wearing sophisticated tags” it says Then come their political masters who try to play their divisive agenda in the political realm along caste regional or communal lines while chanting “secularism” and “human rights” The editorial concludes by saying that “while exercising democratic rights whether we oppose the government or support the anti-national elements is the serious question everyone should ask” Haryana Trouble The cover story in the Organiser “Agitation and Anguish” reports on the ongoing agitation by the Jats in Harayana and notes that the state “was out in search of the missing Saraswati” It “had been the land of the Rig Veda of the 16 Puranas and the Gita… but in just ten days the same land washed off its halo” Commenting on the economic aspect of the violence the article quotes the PHD Chamber of Commerce that the damage due has already crossed Rs 36000 crore The other dimension is of the “appropriateness of this movement” Since Harayana became a state in 1966 seven of the 10 chief ministers were from the Jat community Of the remaining three two couldn’t complete their terms The third non-Jat CM is the present incumbent Manohar Lal Khattar Nearly 29 per cent of the state’s population is Jat However a majority supports the INLD and are not BJP voters Many Jats regret that power now rests with a non-Jat Subsequently a mobilisation of the Jats began that eventually “turned anarchic” as “non-Jats Punjabis Vaishya and Sainis” and the emerging Jat leaders of the BJP became the victims of violence The article notes that “the entire episode was more a political conspiracy than an issue-based movement” Big Changes An editorial in Panchajanya comments on the present status of Indian society and democracy in the context of the JNU controversy the Jat agitation and the uproar in Parliament Noting that institutions the state and Parliament have been held “hostage” it asks “what are we as a country society and democracy” “Did our ancestors contemplate such a fate of our independence that’s reaching its seventh decade” it asks It immediately says that it’s just one aspect of the situation Noting that “this country is undergoing a major change” it says we would miss the picture if we viewed it in the immediate context of current controversies These incidents shake us “but stand nowhere before the change that’s gradually churning within the population of the entire country” It asks people “not to be surprised” as the JNU campus has been witnessing such developments for four decades But “the reaction it generated had never taken place earlier” “This is change” says the editorial For the first time the embers were doused before political mileage was taken “This is change” it says The editorial then adds that this major socio-political upheaval reflects a political-ideological churning in the country and that it’s now time to unmask the “unidentified enemy of the country” — threatened now by an awakening and rising nation Compiled by Ashutosh Bhardwaj For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News
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