the list of office-bearers sent to the Committee of Administrators (CoA) reveals. Klopp enjoys a rather good record against Man City in that time, “When there is no rain and the place is very dry like it is now,the Ministry of the Environment and Forests (MoEF), It is learnt that the match commissioner J Ravishankar of Delhi also summoned referee Rahul D’Sa after the match. When stumps were drawn, “Getting ready to make the switch. 2016 Off to Delhi!! #Fukrey2 ?? pictwittercom/lYIxAQVJ7s — Varun Sharma (@varunsharma90) November 16 2016 More from the world of Entertainment: The entire cast of Fukrey including Varun Sharma and Ali Fazal have kept in touch ever since their film together and catch up once in a while Set in Delhi Fukrey chronicled the story of four friends who come together to make easy money The release date of the sequel will soon be announced With IANS inputs For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: August 20 2015 12:08 am Narendra Modi at the Saharsa rally on Tuesday (Express Photo by: Prashant Ravi) Related News The Rs 12 lakh crore special package that Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced for poll-bound Bihar on Tuesday has some new allocations but it also includes amounts earmarked under schemes that were part of the Union budget for 2015-16 Regardless of just how much of it turns out in the end to be old wine the package is the BJP campaign’s bold bid to zoom in and change the subject Just as Nitish Kumar tried to do for a while earlier by seizing upon Modi’s “DNA” remark and portraying it as an insult to “Bihari pride” In similar vein Nitish is trying to work up Modi’s reference to Bihar’s “BIMARU” status into a controversy featuring the state’s self-esteem Through it all both Nitish and Modi are also attempting to convert the electoral contest into a presidential-style prime-time face-off With the poll calendar yet to be announced in the state one thing seems already apparent: Parties in Bihar are desperately trying to look for the sweeping message or idea or stratagem that can be the argument-stopper — one that can vault over the many glaring ground-level contradictions in the campaigns of both the main alliances in the fray This election in Bihar marks a new moment in the turbulent politics of the state that has gone through several transitions In the early 1990s Mandal seemed to entrench the backward-forward cleavage as the primary faultline But the backward caste consolidation that Lalu Prasad presided over in the initial heady years did not last long When Nitish began addressing the EBCs among the backward castes and wooing the Mahadalits among the Dalits while joining hands with the upper-caste dominated BJP it signalled a new phase of fragmentation and coming together which involved the targeting of incompletely mobilised backward groups and an unlikely coalition of extremes Nitish also sought to install “vikas” or development as a slogan alongside “samajik nyay” or social justice in order to draw support from across the caste lines in the sharply divided state The impending election in Bihar however comes at a time when the various mobilisations have been exhausted all possible alliance combinations tried out and the reigning slogans have developed holes There are no more unpoliticised backward caste groups waiting to be nudged into the fray Lalu and Nitish have got back together after years of fierce rivalry And all the leading players have their own definitions of “secularism” “social justice” and “development” that are at odds with not just the versions of their opponents but also of their allies In such a messy field it is understandable that parties should try to find a strategy that skirts the ground Their success or lack of it will set the tone for the politics of the future in a state still slowed down by burdens of its past For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: Director General of Jammu and Kashmir police K Rajindra Kumar on Monday said the killing of three policemen in twin attacks by militants was a "desperate act" by them to show their presence here "It (killing of policemen) is a desperate act attacking unarmed policemen.it is basically a desperate act to show their presence" Kumar said after praying tributes to slainpersonnel Representational image PTI He said the militants have become desperate after security forces registered success by eliminating their leadership and newly infiltrated groups "Of late you have been seeing that security forces are getting success in neutralising (militant) leadership Newly infiltrated groups have also been wiped off" the police chief said Kumar said terror outfit Hizbul Mujahideen’s claim owing responsibility for the two incidents will be investigated "We will investigate and come back with facts" Kumar said Two policemen were shot dead by militants at Zadibal while another was killed in Tengpora area of the city this morning New Delhi: Amidst reports that she may be shunted out of Kerala Governor Sheila Dikshit on Monday met Home Minister Rajnath Singh Kerala governor Sheila Dikshit met Home Minister Rajnath Singh PTI She will also meet President Pranab Mukherjee in the evening fuelling speculation that she may put in her papers During her 15-minute meeting with the Home Minister Dikshit is understood to have discussed about her continuation in the Thiruvananthapuram Raj Bhavan sources said But details of the discussion are not known "These are all rumours" she told reporters after her meeting with the Home Minister when asked whether she would resign as Kerala Governor Dikshit is said to have refused to quit after the NDA government had allegedly nudged her to resign There have been reports that suggested that the former Delhi Chief Minister may be transferred to a state in the Northeast On Sunday Maharashtra Governor K Sankaranarayanan resigned after he was transferred to Mizoram for the remainder of his tenure till 2017 Sankaranarayanan too was nudged by Union Home Secretary Anil Goswami to put in his papers after the Narendra Modi government came to power Earlier the NDA government had sacked Mizoram Governor Kamla Beniwal who had served in Gujarat earlier and had a running battle with Narendra Modi when he was the state’s Chief Minister Virendra Kataria a former Congress leader was also sacked as Puducherry Lieutenant Governor last month Four other Governors: MK Narayanan (West Bengal) Ashwani Kumar (Nagaland) B L Joshi (UP) and Shekhar Dutt (Chhattisgarh) had put in their papers apparently after they were telephoned by the Union Home Secretary Uttrakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi has challenged Modi government’s moves to ease him out of office bringing the controversy over removal of UPA-appointed Governors under judicial lens PTI The Narendra Modi-government’s move to choke funds for the two NGOs run by the controversial preacher Zakir Naik is an action long overdue undoubtedly As Firstpost has noted before much caution needs to be exercised on any individual or organisation seeking to promote the idea of religious supremacy in a secular society This government is seemingly convinced that Naik’s speeches and the functions of his two NGOs — Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) and IRF Educational Trust — are detrimental to country’s religious harmony and an inspiration to terror elements hence the action Naik’s style of preaching which is centered around the supremacy of the 7th-century religion and his clandestine calls to wage war against the ‘enemies of Islam’ have allegedly inspired terror elements both in India and abroad Two questions arise at this juncture File photo of Zakir Naik Image courtesy: News18 First why did the Indian government took so long to acknowledge that Naik is a threat and initiate actions Going by Naik’s own claims he has been doing it for some 25 years and the content of his speeches have been pretty much same all along As this website has reported before during the UPA-rule in 2013 a communication had gone to theministry of home affairs from the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh about the potential threat caused by Naik’s speeches This was based on a complaint submitted at the PMO But the matter ended there It took the July 2016 Dhaka attacks for the Indian government to wake up to the problem (possibly due to media pressure) and initiate actions against the Islamic preacher Naik is now a bird flown far away from the cage and is unlikely to return anytime soon The preacher has even avoided attending his father’s funeral ceremony early this week fearing arrest As of now he is out of reach of Indian agencies Also Naik’s name has been linked not just to Dhaka attacks but even to the cases in Kerala where youth have been brainwashed to join the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Kerala police has claimed that Arshi Qureshi guest relations officer of Mumbai-based Islamic Research Foundation had indeed links with theIslamicState For years Naik’s NGOs have been receiving foreign aid Given the findings of the Police it is quite possible that these funds have been used for such acts Only a detailed investigation on the money trail can reveal how this money has been utilised But the point here is that had the investigative agencies acted well in advance things wouldn’t have worsened to this level This shows how our surveillance mechanisms are still grappling with problem of sheer inefficiency The second question is how prepared is the government to proceed from here in this sensitive case Since the very beginning Naik has been playing the victim card He has termed the actions against him as attacks on Muslim community True India’s larger Muslim community (about 172 million of them as per Census 2011 data) except in certain pockets do not approve his radical religious fundamental ideas and the idea of religious supremacy But even then a failure from the part of the government to corner Naik with a convincing foolproof case could result in the preacher yet again shielding himself keeping the community in the front Then it could lead to more communal issues like one seen in other Muslim dominated areas of the country and could thus become a bigger headache for the Modi-government which is already facing flak for its alleged pro-Hindu pro-RSS ideology It is in this context that the government should send a strong message that extremist elements be it of any religious background will be dealt with iron hand like it is currently doing with Naik Zakir Naik’s case is a classic example of government and investigators acting too late And it is too sensitive a case for Modi-government to handle now In an open letterhe released in September 2016 Naik had warned that if he and his organisation IRF are banned in India he would be welcomed by other Muslim countries with a "red carpet" and such an action will be the "biggest jolt to the country’s democracy in recent times" This language is that of a clear warning to the Indian authorities The government would do well exercising caution while cornering the Salafi preacher The success of his visit to Japan next week will be tested against these expectations. But it is always helpful for India’s interlocutors to know what India’s red lines are and how serious and capable India is in sticking to them.
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