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which could then recover it from its employees, Chandgothia saidChandgothia pointed out that since the amount was not paid within 45 days of the orderthe GMSH was also liable to pay 12% interest on the unpaid amount with effect from January 212011as per the orders The lawyer during court proceedingsalso said that the GMSH had also not filed any appeal against the orders and hence the judgment had become final and binding The Commission issued the contempt notice for 22nd July2013 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: February 26 2014 2:48 am Related News Widening gap The CPM’s People’s Democracy claimed that the Congress-led UPA government used the vote on account “to make a political declaration” on election eve and to try to trumpet its “miraculous economic achievements” An editorial challenges this arguing that the government’s policies have instead created a divide between the haves and the have nots and that “far from moving towards equity there is a further movement away from equity” “The consequent rising discontent among the people is bound to get crystallised into a powerful popular movement for an alternative policy direction” it states The editorial adds that inflation and employment contraction have created a more “iniquitous society” Making an election pitch the editorial says “What the Indian economy needs to kick start a revival with equity is an alternative policy trajectory that will sharply expand our domestic market through a high dose of public investments It is such an alternative policy trajectory that the Indian people are eagerly looking forward to This will have to be ensured…” Unruly behaviour The CPI weekly New Age refers to the events in Parliament over the creation of Telangana as “sordid” and says that “the conduct of the lawmakers in the ‘sanctified’ portals of legislatures not only reflect the continuing degeneration of the political leadership but also poses a direct threat to the very survival of the parliamentary democracy in this country” referring to the pepper-spray incident It notes that state legislatures seem to be following this “precedent” “In parliamentary democracy every elected representative has the right to voice his or her opinion For raising the issues a number of avenues have been created through rules But for the past few years all rules and norms have been violated with impunity” the editorial states claiming that both the ruling party and the opposition with the exception of the Left are responsible It also argues that the trend towards “continuous curtailing of the duration of the session of Parliament as well as state assemblies” is disturbing It states “Apart from posing threat to the very survival of the parliamentary democracy the misconduct of elected representatives in legislatures also point to the growing criminalisation of politics in general” Political opportunism With Lok Sabha polls around the corner political opportunism has become “blatant” the CPI(ML)’s journal ML Update said citing Ram Vilas Paswan’s growing proximity to the BJP “For the opportunists anti-communalism is merely a convenient cloak that can be donned or doffed depending on prevailing political winds Nitish Kumar who did not quit the NDA alliance in 2002 has broken his marathon alliance with BJP and now claims to be ‘secular’ Ram Vilas who walked out of the NDA alliance in protest against the Gujarat genocide of 2002 is now cosying up to Modi NCP leader Sharad Pawar too recently tried to indicate that the 2002 genocide was no longer an issue” argues an editorial It also criticises the loose third front now gaining momentum now pointing out it includes several parties former BJP allies like the JD(U) BJD and AIADMK “Stitching together opportunists of various hues in the name of ‘anti-communalism’ can only erode the credibility of the essential urgent struggle against communalism” it adds It does not spare the Aam Aadmi Party opining that it seems “prone to reducing anti-communalism to selective posturing” Compiled by Ruhi Tewari For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 12 2017 10:55 pm India vs Ghana: India lost 0-4 to Ghana at the JLN Stadium in Delhi (Source: AP) India couldn’t win any of the three games in Group A of the FIFA U-17 World Cup but still earned plenty of plaudits for the heart and courage shown during the week of action India lost 0-4 to Ghana on Thursday to exit the tournament following defeats to USA (0-3) and Colombia (1-2) Coming into the game against Ghana India had a mathematical chance of going through provided USA beat Colombia and India beat Ghana by at least three goals Unfortunately for the hosts they maintained the tempo for much of the first half but defensive lapses hurt them plenty especially as the game went on At half time India trailed 0-1 and were still in with a tough shot but that window soon shut itself as the hosts tried to go forward to score leaving gaps at the back You may not have made itbut you’ve made your way through to the hearts of at least 13 billion people Come on India #INDvGHA #FIFAU17WC CK Vineeth (@ckvineeth) October 12 2017 Good job @IndianFootball You’ve created history won a billion hearts and shown a way ahead You’re a beacon of hope for future #INDvGHA Rajyavardhan Rathore (@Ra_THORe) October 12 2017 Indian players are leaving the #FIFAU17WC stage for the last time You guys showed the entire nation what you’re capable of #BackTheBlue pictwittercom/EOGXTh67iV Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 12 2017 Irrespective of the the results the boys showed great character in this #FIFAU17WC the experience itself will help them in the years 2 come Gurpreet Singh (@GurpreetGK) October 12 2017 For those who’ll only see the 4-0 score line – Not a fair assessment of how well India played The attitude & pace was special #FIFAU17WC Jatin Sapru (@jatinsapru) October 12 2017 With Respected @nsitharaman @KirenRijiju @Ra_THORe @PiyushGoyal & PJ Kurien ji at the #GHAvIND #FIFAU17WC Match pictwittercom/hD1wz4aI7p Praful Patel (@praful_patel) October 12 2017 It’s not the end Beginning of a new experience for most of these boys Chin up and use the learning to become better #FIFAU17WC West Block Blues (@WestBlockBlues) October 12 2017 A staggering 52614 thronged the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in the capital to watch what turned out to be India’s final game at the FIFA U-17 World Cup For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdNew Delhi: Shiv Sena member Sanjay Raut on Wednesdayasked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to spend a day each in drought-hit Bundelkhand and Marathwada so that his government can take steps to solve the problems faced by the affected people He also asked how can one expect thirsty and hungry people to raise ‘Bharat Mata ki jai’ slogans "Our respected Prime Minister travels within the country and abroad But I request him to go to Bundelkhand and Marathwada for a day each I am sure he will go and after seeing the conditions of people he will take steps to alleviate the problems" Raut whose party Shiv Sena is a NDA constituent said in Rajya Sabha In a hard-hitting speech during a discussion on drought he said people hit by drought even though they have ‘Bharat Mata’ in their hearts have empty stomachs and are thirsty A file photo of Narendra Modi: PTI "I don’t want to link it with religion but to hunger Those who are famished and have become paupers how do you expect ‘Bharat mata ki jai’ (slogans) from them we will have to think" Raut said Referring to the slogan of "Congress-mukt Bharat" given by the Prime Minister he said "first we have to create a drought free and poverty free India When the country becomes drought free it automatically will become Congress free" "We believe that Pakistan is our greatest enemy" but hunger and poverty are even greater enemies he said "We have talks with Pakistan they can be held But the poor who are leaving there homes discussions should be held with them also" the Shiv Sena member added Referring to a statement by a bank official that farmers cannot live by farming alone and there is a need for them to have other sources of income he said when even MGNREGA was not being implemented properly such people were talking of additional income sources for the poor "(Vijay) Mallya escaped after taking away Rs 850 crore of State Bank and you can do nothing but a farmer who owes a few thousands you take action against him" Raut said adding that people in Maharashtra were living in grave difficulty "We talk of ‘achche din’ but the responsibility of providing water to people is also ours" he said Raut said the problem of drought was not of one state but of several states and added that over 200 districts were affected and many people cannot even get rice or pulses to eat Washington: India and China should engage in direct dialogue free of any "coercive aspects" to reduce the tension over a military standoff in Doka La the Pentagon has said Chinese and Indian soldiers have been locked in a face-off in Doka La area in the southernmost part of Tibet in an area also claimed by Indian ally Bhutan for over a month after Indian troops stopped the Chinese army from building a road in the disputed area "We encourage India and China to engage in direct dialogue aimed at reducing tensions and free of any coercive aspects" Gary Ross a Defence Department spokesman told PTI Representational image Reuters Ross however refused to take sides on the issue "We refer you to the governments of India and China for further information. We are not going to speculate on such matters" Ross said when asked if the Pentagon fears the tension may escalate between India and China The US state department too has made similar statements over the past week In recent years almost all neighbours of China have accused Beijing of coercive tactics to settle border disputes The standoff in Doka La is seen as part of the same tactic to change the status quo in the area India has taken a strong stand against the Chinese "unilateral action" National Security Adviser Ajit Doval is to head to Beijing for a meeting of BRICS’ NSAs next week He is expected to discuss the issue with his Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi Earlier this week a top Pentagon commander told US lawmakers that China was exploiting its economic leverage as a way to further its regional political objectives "As China’s military modernisation continues the United States and its allies and partners will continue to be challenged to balance China’s influence" General Paul Selva USAF said in written response to questions to the Senate Armed Services Committee for his reconfirmation as Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Selva said deterring war is an exercise in influencing China’s decision calculus making diplomacy preferable to conflict and managing crises in such a manner that they do not unintentionally escalate "To do this the Joint Force will engage with the Chinese military within Congressionally mandated limits build alliance capacity through close cooperation and uphold international law through appropriate operations" he said The Bharatiya Janata Party’s public image has arguably nosedived since last year when the Narendra Modi government rode high on the wave of media adulation The ill-fated Monsoon Session of Parliament that saw the Vyapam case and Lalit Modi scandal take centrestage did little to improve the party’s public perception Which is probably why BJP president Amit Shah sent a 12-page letter to the heads of various committees in the party last week with instructions on how to improve the party’s public image and ‘eliminate any negative perceptions’ File photo of Amit Shah PTI It may also be recalled that through Minister of State for Power Piyush Goyal the BJP had reacted strongly to Shah’s widely-reported statement in July this year where he allegedly claimed that it would take 25 years to bring ‘acche din’ to India Goyal at the time had said “The statement… has been presented in a totally distorted and disjointed manner Some sentences have been used which misrepresent what he had actually said Some newspapers believe that they can spread misinformation” The Indian Express reports that Shah’s letter includes such guidelines as staying in constant touch with top editors and journalists steering public debate in a favourable direction and exerting a strong influence on social media Read ‘exerting a strong influence’ as making sure that there is positivity about the party transmitted through social media while ‘negative campaigns’ are ‘countered effectively’ Further the letter asks party members to “Respond to those who are lenient to party and those who are in debates with party… and ensure that the followers of the party leaders are increased” In terms of conventional media the report in The Indian Express goes on to state that “(Shah) wants the party to monitor media constantly prepare and distribute talking points ensure that its spokespersons in TV debates are able to question points made against the party and get articles that portray the government and party favourably published in newspapers and magazines” And this isn’t restricted to India according to the letter Shah also wants the relevant department of the BJP to interact with foreign diplomats and ‘ensure that the right image of the party is projected through them’ This letter appears to be part of an overall strategy that also includes the Modi government’s plans to set up quick response teams (QRT) across department and ministry lines to ‘immediately step in with arguments to alter the nature of discourse’ The Sunday Express had reported on the plans for these QRTs and quoted a senior party official as saying that “the government did not manage the media well” during last month’s Patel agitation in Gujarat The report added that in a meeting called by the Cabinet Secretary ministries and departments were asked to compile a list of experts who could be summoned as required to argue the government’s view ‘on issues where the narrative turns critical’ With the crucial Bihar Assembly Election right around the corner the BJP undoubtedly realises the need for a positive public image And from Shah’s letter and the QRT plans it appears the party’s PR machinery is roaring to life at just the right time in an effort to manage perceptions After all as former US president George Bush Sr’s campaign manager Lee Atwater once said “Perception is reality” inside the facilities are so good. colleges and residential educational institutions could create mindsets that lead youngsters astray. on the issue. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: May 9, he refused to give him an answer. 2017 10:43 am Dangal has entered the 0 million club and has replaced Johnny Depp’s Through The Looking Glass as top hits of the year.s government. which have witnessed a 24? 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