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“We have only received the letter dated August 10 and no instructions on I-Day have come after that yet. “We’ve got the swing and hustle and swing of Hasan (Ali). who have always been the state’s political and economic backbone,have turned against the BJP The ruling party first sensed revolt due to the Patidar agitation in December 2015 when following Hardik Patel’s stir the BJP suffered shocking reverses in elections to district taluka and nagar panchayats From 30 out of 31 district panchayats in its kitty in 2010 the BJP was reduced to just six while the rest went to the Congress in December 2015 Similarly the party was reduced to 67 seats from 150 taluka panchayats and the Congress rosefrom 26 to 134 This is a reflection of a major dent in the ruling party’s votebase in rural and semi-urban areas and the disenchantment of the Patidars is a major reason for this That there is a Patidar groundswell against the BJP was visible yet again during a three-day Ahmedabad-to-Somnath yatra led by Hardik Patel which concluded just 24 hours ahead of Prime MinisterNarendra Modi’s birthday on 17 September an occasion whenBJP celebrated ‘Narmada Mahotsav’ with great fanfare Incidentally Hardik Patel’s yatra received a more vociferoussupport than the 85 Narmada chariots taken out by the BJP government which met with public protests as well at several places en route And to make matters worse the 24-year-old has already declared his Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti’s (PAAS) support to the Congress Apart from this the Congress is also trying to make the most out of farmer distress in the state Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi in a well-attended townhall meeting with party workers in Ahmedabad recently referred to the Rs 36000 crore farm debt in Gujarat And the party backed it with a promise to waive offloans if elected to power Incidentally even the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh an affiliate of the RSS has been demanding a loan waiver citing losses to farmers because of rising costs of production and falling incomes Options limited for BJP Driven to the wall and realising that its much-publicised target of winning 150 seats is looking dim the BJP has little option but to drive a wedge in the Opposition Congress has traditionally won 50-60 seats in Assembly elections in Gujarat even at the height of the saffron wave in 2002 And the situation is decidedly worse for the BJP today than it was 15 years ago Given this the Congress only needs 30-40 seats more than it won last time to cross the simple majority mark of 91 The BJP machinery is already at work Resignations of six Congress MLAs ahead of Rajya Sabha polls in August and of eight others including Shankersinh Vaghela after cross-voting for the BJP was just the beginning Simultaneously two Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) MLAs in the state also voted for the BJP going back on the party’s promise to Congress presidentSonia Gandhi’s political secretary Ahmed Patel At a time when the NCP is inching towards the BJP even in its home state Maharashtra this reshaping of political alliances could hurt the Congress The bonhomie between Vaghela and NCP’s top leadership includingSharad Pawar and Praful Patel is common knowledge The NCP has already announced its plans of contesting 60-70 seats in Gujarat while Congress has also made it clear that it intends to have no alliance with Pawar In 2012 NCP contested nine seats and won two in Gujarat; in 2007 it contested 10 and won three In its home state Mahrashtra it came a poor fourth place winning just 41 seats in a 288-member House In effect Vaghela’s Jan Vikalp and NCP could dent Congress more than they hurt BJP Vaghela will also prove handy for the BJP to offset the losses caused by the Patidars because of his sway with the OBCs who form a sizeable 35-40 percent of Gujarat’s population Young OBC leader Gujarat Kshatriya Thakore Sena president Alpesh Thakore has simultaneously emerged as a force to reckon with Though he is raising issues against the BJP Thakore like Vaghela’s Jan Vikalp and the NCP is what comprises the BJP’s B-Team and even the C-Team During the peak of the Patidar agitation Thakore had repeatedly stated that the OBCs would topple the BJP government if Patidars— who comprise just 12 percent of the population— are given reservations So all these factions— Jan Vikalp NCP and Gujarat Kshatriya Thakore Sena— put together the Opposition space is becoming crowded And we haven’t even mentioned the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) which is trying to begin its own poll preparation in Gujarat following electoral reverses in Goa Punjab and the Delhi municipal body The only Opposition party which is on the Congress’ side is Janata Dal (United) which has elected a new leader in Chhotubhai Vasava who has already pledged JD(U) support to Congress The state has 24 seats from the tribal belt in which Vasava and JD(U) have considerable clout The one advantage that the Congress has is the emergence of powerful tribal leader and the lone Janata Dal-United legislator in Gujarat Chhotubhai Vasava on the national scenario now and has pledged support to the opposition party The State has 24 seats in the tribal belt and the Congress can expect to regain lost ground in the region with Vasava’s support Congress has 14 out of 27 seats reserved for Scheduled Tribes and Vasava given his clout among the community may help the party improve this figure Mumbai: Feroz Abdul Rashid one of the six convicts in the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case on Tuesday pleaded with an anti-terror court today to spare him from the noose and award life term instead "I don’t want death (capital punishment) I want life (imprisonment) so that my children can see me sometime" Feroz told made a fervent plea to the court with folded hands and sobbing uncontrollably while pleading for mercy from the Special Judge GA Sanap of TADA court He told the court that if sentenced to life term he would neither seek remission (of his sentence) nor parole or furlough (release from prison for some days) Representational image News18 Feroz’s lawyer was examining him to highlight the mitigating circumstances of his case to invoke court’s leniency in sentencing Advocate Wahab Khan had filed an application on Monday saying that he wants to examine three witnesses including Feroz himself "I don’t belong (to the place) where I am (at present)" Feroz told the court while terming his conviction as ‘harsh’ He said he cannot eat properly and is on the ‘verge of a disaster and about to collapse’ "I want to look after my kids and be with my father" he said He also told the court that he has completed a course which is equivalent to Class XII and did a course on human rights He said that he was one of the toppers of the Gandhi Peace Examination which was conducted in the jail "I could not complete my studies as I was shifted from the Arthur Road Jail to Taloja jail" Feroz told the court He said that during his arrest in 2010 he had dependent parents wife and children and said that after his arrest his family was facing severe financial crisis Feroz said that after his arrest his mother had started tailoring work and his father who had retired from Navy used to get pension of Rs 6000 He also said his wife started earning by applying mehandi on tourists in Dubai He said it is about seven and half years since he is in prison but his children don’t know about his incarceration and they believe that he would return home some day He added that the society had outcast him and his family after his arrest Feroz told the court that he at the time of his arrest was diabetic and now he has become type-II diabetes "My eyesight and bones have become weak" Feroz said When judge Sanap said he took care of the accused during the trial Feroz replied ‘aage bhi khayal rakhiye’ (please continue to take care of us in future too) He also said that he has taught English to around 8 to 10 inmates while in the jail and has also helped many inmates in drafting court related papers "I have advised people in jail to mend their ways and to do good for others" Feroz said He said on his advise a person charged with molestation went to the victim and apologized for his crime after which he was acquitted and presently he was working with Merchant Navy Feroz said he was in Mumbai during Babri Masjid demolition Mumbai riots and the 1993 blasts Feroz relied on a confession given by another accused that he refused to go to Pakistan showed repentance and his plea to turn approver which was later rejected should be seen as a mitigating circumstance for showing leniency to him Meanwhile special CBI counsel Deepak Salvi told the court that he would go through Feroz’s statement and would decide if he needed to be cross-examined The court also issued summonses to two other witnesses called by Feroz The court on Friday had convicted six persons including Mustafa Dossa one of the masterminds of the conspiracy and the extradited gangster Abu Salem 24 years after the serial blasts that killed 257 people in the country’s financial capital Mumbai In the first phase of the trial which concluded in 2007 the court had convicted 100 accused The trial of Salem Dossa Karimullah Khan Feroz Khan Riyaz Siddiqui Tahir Merchant and Abdul Qayyum was separated because they were arrested later While Qayyum was acquitted due to lack of evidence Siddiqui was convicted under TADA for helping Salem and others with transportation of arms The other five were convicted for being party to the criminal conspiracy along with other offences under the IPC TADA Explosives Act The court absolved all seven of the charge of waging the war against the state The prosecution on Monday had told the court that it would seek the maximum punishment under the law for the six persons convicted last week in the 1993 serial blasts case Washington:The United States is quietly pursuing direct diplomacy with North Korea a senior State Department official said on Tuesday despite US President Donald Trump’s public assertion that such talks are a waste of time Using the so-called “New York channel” Joseph Yun US negotiator with North Korea has been in contact with diplomats at Pyongyang’s United Nations mission the official said at a time when an exchange of bellicose insults between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has fuelled fears of military conflict While US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on 17 October said he would continue “diplomatic efforts . until the first bomb drops” the official’s comments were the clearest sign the United States was directly discussing issues beyond the release of American prisoners despite Trump having dismissed direct talks as pointless There is no sign however that the behind-the-scenes communications have improved a relationship vexed by North Korea’s nuclear and missile tests the death of US university student Otto Warmbier days after his release by Pyongyang in June and the detention of three other Americans File image of North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un Reuters Word of quiet engagement with Pyongyang comes despite Trump’s comments North Korea’s weapons advances and suggestions by some US and South Korean officials that Yun’s interactions with North Koreans had been reined in “It has not been limited at all both (in) frequency and substance” said the senior State Department official Among the points that Yun has made to his North Korean interlocutors is to “stop testing” nuclear bombs and missiles the official said North Koreain 2017 conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear detonation and has test-fired a volley of missiles including intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) that if perfected could in theory reach the United States mainland The possibility that Pyongyang may be closer to attaching a nuclear warhead to an ICBM has alarmed the Trump administration which in April unveiled a policy of “maximum pressure and engagement” that has so far failed to deter North Korea At the start of Trump’s presidency Yun’s instructions were limited to seeking the release of US prisoners “It is (now) a broader mandate than that” said the State Department official declining however to address whether authority had been given to discuss North Korea’s nuclear and missile program Sanctions and engagement NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg has urged all United Nations members to fully and transparently implement sanctions against North Korea which he said has emerged as a global threat Speaking at the United Nations on 19 September Trump vowed to “totally destroy” North Korea if it threatened the United States or its allies raising anxieties about the possibility of military conflict Twelve days later after Tillerson said Washington was probing for a diplomatic opening Trump said on Twitter that his chief diplomat was “wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man” – his mocking nickname for the North Korean leader Democratic US senators introduced a bill on Tuesday they said would prevent Trump from launching a nuclear first strike on North Korea on his own highlighting the issue days before the Republican’s first presidential trip to Asia A high-ranking North Korean defector said in Washington on Tuesday that he backed the Trump administration’s policy of pressuring Pyongyang through sanctions coupled with “maximum engagement” with the leadership and increased efforts to get information into North Korea to educate its people “I strongly believe in the use of soft power before taking any military actions” Thae Yong-ho chief of mission at Pyongyang’s embassy in London until he defected in 2016 told the Center for Strategic and International Studies The New York channel is one of the few conduits the United States has for communicating with North Korea which has itself made clear it has little interest in serious talks before it develops a nuclear-tipped missile capable of hitting the continental United States The last high-level contact between Yun and the North Koreans was when he travelled to North Korea in June to secure the release of Warmbier who died shortly after he returned home in a coma the State Department official said The Trump administration has demanded North Korea release three other US citizens: missionary Kim Dong Chul and academics Tony Kim and Kim Hak Song Warmbier’s death was a factor in the chilling of US-North Korean contacts around that time but the biggest impact came from Pyongyang’s stepped-up testing the official said The official said however that “the preferred endpoint is not a war but some kind of diplomatic settlement” and suggestions that Washington is setting up a binary choice for Pyongyang to capitulate diplomatically or military action were “misleading” Diplomacy the official said “has a lot more room to go” But Trump’s threats against North Korea are believed to have complicated diplomatic efforts Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 22 2013 1:33 am Related News With the aim to capture and purify the landfill gas being emitted uncontrolled from the Okhla landfill site by use of indigenous technologyThe Energy and Resources Institute (TERI)in association with Jamia Millia Islamialaunched a report on Thursday that demonstrates how captured landfill gas (LFG) can be used as a source of energy In the pilot demonstrationconducted from March to November 2011an active landfill gas collection system was employedwhich comprised a series of vertical wells (similar to water bore wells) to extract LFG The system also had an optimal well spacing for maximum gas collection along with a piping network and blowers to connect the methane produced by the landfill; and a treatment and conditioning system Supported by the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF)the report says the project will help in reducing the risk of uncontrolled methane emissions from the landfilla potential green house gas The demonstration was conducted at the Okhla landfillspreading over 162 hectares and comprising biodegradable wastenon-biodegradable wasterecyclablessiltconstruction demolition wasteand biomedical waste With rapid urbanizationareas under landfill are expanding rapidlythus compounding the environmental challenge we face The development of such technologies provides sustainable solutions for dealing with this serious problem? and for enhancing their touristic potential. On citizens rights, NH-22, The Jaipur Column has carvings that face the north and south. 2017 1:36 am Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh taking guard of honor during assembly session in Shimla on Saturday.as evidenced by the government?And then came the news that Cyril was barred from travelling abroad.

If that means relaxing the norms for building in certain urban settings in order to ensure all children attend school,I would hang out with friends but mostly remained irritated as there used to be no sporting activity. officers will continue to pass on the responsibility of decision-making to courts and tribunals,home, after? a declared BJP ally, the MNS completely dislodged Shiv Sena from its bastion of Dadar and Mahim, That’s followed by former major winners Francesca Schiavone and Svetlana Kuznetsova.in different schools in the city with help of local non-governmental organisations. AB de Villiers scored an unbeaten 89 to steer the home side to 148/4 in 20 overs.

500/2, Representational image. Christian Eriksen floated in a free kick which Joel Matip could only head tamely straight to Alli who volleyed past Mignolet from inside the area. In a short span he became Master of the Rolls,” he added. The great war on terror after 9/11, Shouldn? We can’t focus on long-term plans, and India put in a performance worthy of winning the series.82 postgraduate and 57 undergraduate scholarships were awarded to the girls at the hands of S B Mujumdar.

s energy levels seemed to flag. Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) president Bimal Gurung sought to take the credit for the move. One look at it and you would know why it is insane to even consider the possibility that the Indian captain willingly threw away the match at Manchester.on Sunday released a book,Walking With Lions authored by K Natwar Singhformer union minister Speaking on the occasionShivraj Patil said?Chandigarh University.

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