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which was also moving in the same direction, Army on high alert in Punjab The Indian Army,computers and legal aspects of policing The Raksha Shakti University (RSU) and Gujarat Forensic Sciences University have joined hands to introduce a new course in ? Parking charges for four-wheelers on designated roads? If we can come up with our best cricket I think we can fight it out. “We all are excited, since they have no other choice.In addition dominant communities in villages are bringing extremely marginalised Jatavs from states like Bihar and MP and settling them in villages for the murda maveshi work These Jatavs are called kor jatavs Sadly in addition to OBCs and savarnas kors are discriminated against by their fellow Jatavs who once did the same jobs The bleak reality is that the people responsible for the atrocities committed on the Jatav castes over three decades are still roaming free These criminals who burnt hamlets and murdered pregnant women are still not within the reach of the law because they have the support of politicians and officials Today despite the expansion of the market economy the story is repeating itself Or at least a part of it At various places Dalits doing murda maveshi are being brutally beaten up by people with a Hindutva-Brahaminical mindset Dalits are being subjected to violence no matter what they do If they refuse to follow their occupations they are pressurised to do so and when they begin practising their occupations they are beaten for killing the “sacred cow” for meat Seeing their atrocious condition reputed Hindi poet Raghuvir Sahay wrote: Ramdas us din udaas tha Ant samay aa gaya paas tha Use bata dia gaya tha Uski hatya hogi’ (Ramdas was unhappy that day His end time had come near He had been told He would be murdered) Recently two Dalit men in Una skinning a dead cow were beaten brutally in the name of gau hatya However two new points have emerged after the incident First prior to this the news of such atrocities would be confined only to local newspapers Now it has drawn the attention of the national media Second Dalit politics became empowered after 1980 with the advent of a political party like the BSP Dalit civil society is also fighting against such atrocities in various states In this situation we have yet to analyse Marx’s proverb — whether this is a tragic history repeating itself as farce or genuine social change The writer is professor Centre for the Study of Discrimination and Exclusion JNU For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: December 16 2015 12:09 am Related News An editorial in the Organiser slams the Congress for stalling the Parliament It applauds the prime minister who “set the tone” for “a fruitful legislative session” as “positive vibes” were felt regarding “critical bills like the GST” However the court order in the National Herald case in which “two top leaders of the grand old party” were summoned ensured that “Parliament returns to the usual storm” It notes that the Congress’s response to the order damaged “the democratic process in three major ways” By “putting dynastic interests above legislative business” it spoilt the “soul of democracy” as “stalling the parliamentary process just to make an alleged criminal act into a heroic one is against the spirit of democracy” Second it’s “also questioning the credibility and independence of our judicial system and investigative agencies” Most importantly the “Congress is scoring a self-goal” says the editorial adding that the counter-allegations levelled by the Congress are neither justifiable nor convincing Instead these strengthen the suspicion that the “probity of the legendary national political party is under [the] scanner” as observed by the honourable high court After its worst-ever debacle in Lok Sabha elections the Congress should rebuild the party with an inclusive organisational structure Instead it is giving the impression that the Gandhi dynasty is more important than democracy Islamic Reformation An article in Panchajanya called “Islamic State: An Opportunity” says that great policymakers are those who “convert a challenge into an opportunity” The IS phenomenon offers an opportunity to both Muslims and non-Muslims especially those Muslims who have not “completely surrendered their intellect and thoughtfulness to religious formulas” By reviewing the IS they can begin the long-awaited task Christianity had undertaken 400 years ago Noting that Christianity revived after the Reformation the article says the IS has “shown a mirror to all Muslims who had a confused perspective on Islam” While several Muslim intellectuals have been saying that the acts of outfits like al-Qaeda the Taliban etc do not represent “true Islam” they have also forwarded a “political defence” of such outfits The IS has now “issued a notice to end these double standards” The article argues that Muslims must be told that their “narrow-minded ideology has made them backward and a victim of conflict” A New Script A report in the Organiser says that when the country was debating non-issues like intolerance and “award wapsi” thousands of Muslim women gathered in Ajmer to script of change Assembling under the banner of the Muslim Rashtriya Manch (MRM) an RSS-supported organisation they deliberated several issues affecting Muslim women including literacy healthcare employment and equality It was the first national convention of the MRM as the speakers spread the “message of ‘hubbul vatani’ (patriotism) and mutual love and understanding” Addressing the gathering RSS leader Indresh Kumar “posed certain fundamental questions to them” as he asked “What is the religion of the sun and the moon” Kumar emphasised the “need for small families” and said that some “politicians advocate for larger families and oppose family-planning measures for their vote-bank politics” The gathering also passed resolutions on intolerance and terrorism “The conference vowed to frustrate the designs of those who smell intolerance in the air” the report said adding that “those who defame our nation are not true Hindustanis and not even true Muslims” (Compiled by Ashutosh Bhardwaj) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:India and Mauritius on Saturday signed an agreement for maritime security as New Delhi extended a $500-million credit line to the Indian Ocean island nation following delegation level talks headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Mauritian counterpart Pravind Jugnauth "As frontline states of the Indian Ocean Prime Minister Jugnauth and I agree that it is our responsibility to ensure collective maritime security around our coasts and in our EEZs (exclusive economic zones)" Modi said while jointly addressing the media with the visiting dignitary following the talks Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Mauritian counterpart Pravind Jugnauth addressing a joint press conference Twitter @MEAIndia "We agree that effective management of conventional and non-conventional threats in the Indian Ocean is essential to pursue economic opportunities protect the livelihood of our communities and provide security to our people" he said He said that both countries must be vigilant against piracy that impacted trade and tourism drugs and human trafficking illegal fishing and other forms of illegal exploitation of marine resources "The conclusion of the bilateral Maritime Security Agreement will strengthen our mutual cooperation and capacities" Modi said "We have also agreed to further strengthen our wide-ranging cooperation in hydrography for a secure and peaceful maritime domain" Modi also said that India would support the National Coast Guard (NCG) of Mauritius in augmenting its capacity through Project Trident an integrated development project of the NCG "We have also taken a decision to renew the life of the Coast Guard Ship Guardian that was provided to Mauritius under a grant assistance programme" he stated The Indian Prime Minister said that the agreement on a $500-million LoC from India to Mauritius was "a good example of our strong and continuing commitment towards the development of Mauritius" "It will also help in the implementation of priority projects" he said "Prime Minister Jugnauth and I welcome the progress in ongoing projects" Apart from the agreements on maritime security and the LoC two memorandums of understanding were signed on research and education in marine sciences and technology and setting up of a civil services college in Mauritius Mauritius also submitted its instrument of ratification of the India-initiated International Solar Alliance conceived as a coalition of solar resource-rich countries to address their special energy needs and provide a platform to collaborate on dealing with the identified gaps through a common agreed approach "The signing and ratification of the framework agreement on International Solar Alliance by Mauritius has opened up new vistas of regional partnership for both countries in this field" Modi said The Indian prime minister also expressed pride in the contribution of the people of Indian origin to the national life of Mauritius Jugnauth is one among this huge number of people in Mauritius who are descendants of indentured Indian labour brought in the 19th century to work in sugarcane plantations On his part Jugnauth said that both Mauritius and India agreed that there can be no compromise when it came to sovereignty and territorial integrity "We have developed a strong bilateral cooperation between Mauritius and India in the field of defence and security" he said Jugnauth also expressed Mauritius’ "unwavering support" to India’s bid for permanent membership in the UN Security Council Apart from this he said he discussed with Modi the signing of a Comprehensive Economic Cooperation and Partnership Agreement (CECPA) between the two countries Earlier on Saturday Jugnauth was accorded a ceremonial welcome at Rashtrapati Bhavan following which External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj called on him Jugnauth arrived on Friday on a three-day state visit to India This is Jugnauth’s first visit abroad since assuming office this January Paris: Migration and terrorism were the hot topics of discussion at the 18th Franco-German summit in Metz France where President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel met to boost bilateral ties As floods of migrants to Europe are challenging economic and political stability on the continent Hollande and Merkel on Thursday stressed that "only a European solution will provide an effective and sustainable response" Xinhua reported Representational image AFP "Our two countries act together so that the necessary decisions are taken in full respect of European values and international law" they said in a joint statement Both leaders urged for rapid implementation of decisions already taken to halt the migrant influx such as the EU-Turkey deal?” Today this proverb seems apt to analyse Dalits, an official announcement will be made, Related News With the Opposition accusing him of ignoring western and north Maharashtra while taking major policy decisions for the farm sector.
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