Iamc news digest – 10th december 2017 electricity nightcore lyrics

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A mob fought pitched battles with the police in Siyana area of Bulandshahr, apparently after right-wing activists were angered by the discovery of cow remains strewn in nearby fields. Dozens of vehicles were torched and gunshots fired at the police, prompting retaliation. In the violence, Inspector Singh and 20-year-old Sumit Kumar, who was a part of the mob, were killed.

December 6 marks the 26th anniversary of Babri Masjid demolition. But the wait for justice in the matter continues and the ones responsible for the demolition of the masjid continue to remain unpunished. Like every year, this year too the government deployed heavy security in the town of Ayodhya, barricading the roads and keeping a high vigil at the site where the Babri Mosque once stood. People visiting the temple that was set up hurriedly on the ruins of the mosque are being frisked thoroughly.…

The Communist Party of India (CPI) and the Communist Party of India – Marxist (CPI-M) alleged that policies of Narendra Modi led NDA government have subverted Indian democracy, wrecked its pluralistic culture, undermined the spirit of Indian Constitution and disturbed the secular fabric among others at the behest of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).

The resignation comes days ahead of a crucial board meeting on Friday, that was meant to discuss the progress on issues raised by the board’s government nominees last month.… One of the first to respond to the issue was Mr Patel’s predecessor Raghuram Rajan. "All Indians should be concerned about Governor Patel’s resignation," said Mr Rajan, the outspoken former Governor who, at the end a controversial three-year tenure, had returned to academia.

The simmering differences between the RBI and the government over three key issues, which included excess reserves, boiled over in October. gas tax in washington state The government was seen to be ramping up pressure on the bank to release the reserves, which, critics said, would be used to boost the economy in an election year. There were apprehensions that the government might try to force the Governor’s hand. Senior Congress leader and former Union minister said it could be done through the bank’s board, which the government has "filled with its men".…

In the past few days, a number of such incidents of security breaches came up. In Chhattisgarh, at least three such cases were reported. First, in Bemetara, a Border Security Force guard was found using laptops in the strong room. On Friday, two people, who claimed to be Reliance Jio employees were apprehended suspiciously close to the strong room in Jagdalpur in the Bastar region. electricity in the 1920s Since they had laptops, the Congress workers alleged that they were trying to hack the EVMs.…

The editorial cited a Border Security Force report to the Union Home Ministry that allegedly expresses concerns about an unexpected rise in Muslim population along the border with Pakistan in Rajasthan’s Jaisalmer. "The population of Indian Muslims is burgeoning at the speed of the bullet train, and enforcing family planning [on them] is the only solution," the Bharatiya Janata Party ally claimed.

The state home department has also asked Inspector General of Police Cherring Dorje to probe the veracity of the video and the claims made in it. In the five-minute clip, a woman in denims and a black shirt is seen seated on a chair with a group of men on plastic chairs opposite her. The woman is heard saying she has filed false cases against 21 Dalits who filed complaints under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act at her police stations. She is also heard saying that she has filed cases under Section 307 (attempt to murder) of the IPC against Muslims, ostensibly so that they are unable to procure bail easily.

"I saw you when you were brought in front of me, but I could not do anything as there were other policemen. I know you were pleading with me, but if I had stopped them, they would have objected. And a wrong message would have gone out that I am supporting you because I am a Maratha, as they have also seen how I have thrashed 21 Dalits and Muslims in the past six months… I have registered cases under Section 307 against Dalits, and hence a strong message was sent out that madam doesn’t spare anyone. If I had spared you, it would have looked like madam is a Maratha and hence stopped us from assaulting (Marathas)," she is heard saying.…

The badlands of Western UP are in the news again. gas bubble in throat This time for the fact that a full-fledged SHO of Uttar Pradesh police, Inspector Subodh Kumar Singh, posted in Bulandshahar district was shot dead, allegedly by a mob of cow vigilantes. Apparently they were so angry at the allegations of cow slaughter in their locality that they could not but help give expression to their rage by actually killing a human being. That too one in uniform.…

We have been here before. Neither lynchings, nor cop killings are unknown in India’s most populous state. All that is required is a self-righteous cause. After all, this is the state that in 1922 brought the Civil Disobedience movement to a halt by burning alive an entire station full of policeman at Chauri Chaura. Even Gandhi was helpless before the might of a lynch mob from UP. Lesser mortals like policemen simply don’t stand a chance.…

One can only hope that the killers of the SHO face the full force of the law and are swiftly tried and punished. But that would be the triumph of expectation over experience. After all, the mob that nearly lynched SSP Moradabad got away scot-free. gas prices going up to 5 dollars Their case was eventually withdrawn in the public interest. Perhaps public interest will be defined differently this time. Otherwise, it is only a matter of time before another cop is slain by another mob that believed it had the right to do so.

At the crack of dawn on Dec. 5, 1992, my mother found a poster on the door of our apartment in Mumbai (then Bombay). The poster had an image of the Babri Mosque, painted in black with men holding swords standing in a circle around the monument. It read "Chalo Ayodhya 6 December" (let’s march to Ayodhya on Dec. 6). The Babri Masjid, a 16th-century mosque built by Mughal emperor Babur in Ayodhya, a town 960 miles from Mumbai, had been a disputed structure for years; some Hindu leaders alleged that it was built over the birthplace of Lord Ram.

Hindu nationalists responded to that call and climbed on top of the mosque brandishing swords. electricity drinking game The grand mosque, a symbol of faith for India’s largest minority, was razed to the ground. Overnight the patriarch of our family, who was feted as a progressive writer and a government school teacher, was reduced to being merely a "Muslim." Provocative speeches by leaders of the BJP and other right-wing groups fueled a whirlwind of carnage: More than 2,000 people, mostly Muslims, were killed around country; Mumbai alone witnessed 500 murders.…

A former karsevak, who has now turned atheist, believes the ‘decentralised mobs’ active in the country today can lead to unprecedented situations, and are no less dangerous than those who demolished the Babri Masjid in December 1992. He has also urged people to stay away from the Ram temple movement that the Hindutva forces are trying to revive.

"Earlier, the frenzied mob demolished the Babri mosque that led to riots in the country, but now there are thousands of mobs in every part of the country. gas lighting They are lynching, beating, killing. I feel this is the most dangerous situation. They just need a small trigger to go on a rampage. Unfortunately, the mobs are sponsored by the present BJP government.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is silent on the issue. The Ayodhya-type pre-planned incident might not happen now, but worse things can happen anywhere and anytime in the country,” said Prof Abhijit Deshpande, Marathi faculty at KJ Somaiya College of Arts and Commerce, a one-time ardent karsevak, who has long stopped believing in the cause of Ram temple and the God himself. Deshpande, however, said that the support for round two of the Ram temple movement may not be that strong this time round.…

The inner workings of the CBI, unveiled to the public over the past few months, have been shocking but not considered improbable. o gastroenterologista cuida do que A petition filed recently before the Supreme Court by a high-ranking official of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) points to massive institutional failure and the larger political malaise in the system. Even Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi commented during the course of the hearings that "nothing shocks us" any more. But details of the extent to which the rot has spread paint a disturbing picture.

In his "instant application" filed on November 19 before the apex court, attached to Alok Verma’s petition against his removal as CBI chief, Deputy Inspector General of Police Manish Kumar Sinha disclosed shocking facts about how the agency functioned. He alleged interference from the topmost offices of the country and asked for an investigation into corruption allegations against senior members of the Union Cabinet and officials in the CBI. The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) and the National Security Adviser (NSA) were also alleged to have played a role in undermining the credibility of the institution and helped cover up the investigation in the Moin Qureshi case.

Manish Kumar Sinha told the court in his petition that "l’affaire Sana is symptomatic of a larger deep-rooted malaise in the country’s premier investigation agency – the CBI". He warned that if steps were not taken to rectify the processes in the agency, it might become a "Centre for Bogus Investigation", and the Enforcement Directorate might turn into an "Extortion Directorate". He was troubled by the Moin Qureshi case, in which Sathish Babu Sana’s complaint and the subsequent investigation brought out worrying aspects, which if true would reflect poorly on the criminal justice delivery system in general and the CBI in particular. The Moin Qureshi case was registered in January/February 2017.…

Last week, Delhi saw yet another farmers’ mega rally. There have been several major farmers’ agitations around the country over the last year or so. Most notable among them were the one in Maharashtra and Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh. Both resulted in the government buckling under pressure and yielding quick concessions, in terms of either loan waivers or increasing procurement prices.

The farmers appeared almost incidental – lost somewhere in the political scheme of the grand gathering. A couple of days later, Congress’ Abhishek Manu Singhvi declared, "Opposition unity has the BJP terrified". The speeches were expectedly political. grade 6 electricity unit test For the most part of their allotted talk time, leaders attacked PM Modi, vowing to remove him in 2019. A Communist quoting from Hindu mythology may be as rare as the proverbial devil referring to the scriptures, but Sitaram Yechury did exactly that by comparing Narendra Modi to Duryodhan.…