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This year, Rs 10 lakh and an Activa two-wheeler were snatched from a hosiery trader at Kailash Chowk.at all game as a must-win game.absolutely no empirical evidence is placed before us to enable us to conclude or to support the requirement of carving out a special class of beneficiaries from the existing backward classes? Interestinglythe court does not look at the empirical evidences produced by the Misra Commission report that clearly reveal the relative backwardness of minority communitiesincluding those who are given reservation as OBCs As a resultthe court fails to recognise the larger recommendation of the Misra Commission about a comprehensive survey of Indian communities to know the changing socio-economic status of SCsSTs and OBCs This critical assessment of the judgmentI suggestmust not be placed in the established binaries of secular/ communal and/ or backwardness/ development The issues raised by the judges are crucial and therefore should be taken as reference points to initiate an empirically informed national debate on backwardness and affirmative actionespecially in the context of globalisation The writer is associate fellowCentre for the Study of Developing SocietiesDelhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 8 2015 12:00 am Related News For the 50000-plus practically stateless people in the Indian and Bangladeshi enclaves the celebrations came after a long wait The two countries have finalised the Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) that settles their approximately 4000 km long border during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bangladesh Modi’s remark that “It will make our borders more secure and people’s life there more stable” sums up the enormous achievement that has been sealed in Dhaka Of course that India has had a determined partner in the Sheikh Hasina regime has made it possible The Bangladesh PM’s unreserved cooperation on terrorism and a readiness to think out of the box have been key to constructing a genuine partnership between Delhi and Dhaka But the larger significance of Modi’s visit is in the demonstration of the potential for transforming the region through a more purposeful and problem-solving neighbourhood policy The presence of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee signalled that this can be done while engaging state interests and drawing in regional leaders with high stakes in bilateral ties Addressing the unfinished agenda of the territorial partition of Bengal in 1947 also includes restoration of connectivity and lifting many of the barriers that have come to obstruct the flow of goods and people Extending the Kolkata-Dhaka bus link to Agartala and liberalising the visa regime along with opening new consulates in each other’s countries are steps that will help this process of economic and cultural reintegration India is extending a new $2 billion credit line to Bangladesh that will aid Indian exporters and also have the multiplier effect of creating almost 50000 jobs for Indians To redress the trade imbalance India will invest in Bangladesh and the Indian private sector is also set to enter the country in a big way from power plants to an exclusive SEZ for Indian firms the first offered by a neighbouring country The implications of gaining access to the Chittagong and Mongla ports — the former developed by China — in return for allowing Bangladeshi goods road access to Nepal and Bhutan extend far beyond greater convenience for Indian cargo vessels tying up economic cooperation with a growing bilateral strategic trust The challenge however will lie in the hard work needed to implement these initiatives Slow pace of implementation has undermined the gains of many a hard-won political battle in the past A couple of major issues are still to be settled The Teesta waters treaty negotiated in 2011 remains in a limbo Modi and Hasina will also need to find a sensible solution to labour mobility across the border Instead of framing the issue in terms of illegal immigration the two sides can benefit by an agreed system of citizenship identification in border regions and work permits All attempts must be made by both countries to ensure that this political breakthrough is extended and built upon For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aranya Shankar | New Delhi | Published: September 6 2017 5:27 pm Top News Since Sunday when the first and only attempt to dump garbage at Rani Khera was made no MCD truck has been able to enter the area For the last three days infuriated locals have been manning the “temporary” dumping ground and have pitched a tent with a banner that reads ‘anishchit kaleen dharna (indefinite dharna)’ Rani Khera was chosen as a dumping ground after orders were issued to shut down Ghazipur and Bhalswa At the forefront of the Rani Khera protest are women — local Jats who live in nearby villages as well as Purvanchali migrants who have settled in the colonies While some of them occasionally run back home to cook and clean feed cattle or look after their children others have stopped cooking or sending their children to school “Yeh Raniyon ka khera hai Hum yahan ki raniyan hain Till we are alive nobody can make this a dumping ground” said Krishna Devi a septuagenarian from a nearby village who was among 200 women gathered at the site on Tuesday morning “We have been sitting here since Sunday I go home for four hours in the afternoon to finish cooking and feeding animals and then come back We all sit here overnight singing bhajans and kirtans to keep ourselves awake We are not afraid of anything” she added Vimla Devi another local has eight grandchildren None of them have gone to school since Monday “My whole family is sitting here This dharna is the most important thing right now If this becomes a dumping site children’s future will be ruined” she said The issue is even more grave for Purvanchali residents of Yogiraj Puram colony which is closest to the site “Our house is barely 200 metres away so we are most affected I want to ask (Delhi BJP chief) Manoj Tiwari what are you doing for your Purvanchali people” said Savita who hails from Chhapra in Bihar Phool Kumar Chaudhary from Arrah in Bihar said “We are told so much about Swachh Bharat; are we not part of this Bharat” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 26 2017 3:20 pm Social activist Anna Hazare (File photo) Top News Activist Anna Hazare who was the face behind the anti-corruption movement on Wednesday attacked the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) saying therewas a difference between their ‘speech and action’ as reported by news agency ANI Anna’s remark comes at a time when trends in MCD election 2017 indicate an impressive win for BJP with AAP trailing way behind The AAP is expected to finish second BJP crossed the halfwaymark of 136 to win a majority in MCD with AAP and Congress finishing on second and third positions respectively Anna Hazare has been critical of Delhi CM and AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal on several occasions in the past Both of them were part of the core team that spearheaded the India Against Corruption campaign in 2012 Meanwhile AAP MLA Alka Lamba has also offered to resign from her post taking responsibility of the losses suffered in three wards that fall under her constituency BJP on the other hand has demanded a resignation from Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari said Kejriwal should take responsibility for AAP’s defeat and step down Rajya Sabha MP and senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy went a step ahead and stated that the President should ‘dismiss Delhi government and order fresh elections’ ANI reports “There are a total of 272 wards in three Delhi MCDs and elections on two wards were postponed because of the death of candidates The polling took place on April 23 and a little over 53 per cent of the electorate cast their vote For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Dipti Nagpaul | Published: December 1 2016 12:12 am Shivaji Mandir in Dadar Top News ON weekends in the run-up to Diwali every year Shivaji Mandir in Dadar wears a festive look as people queue up at the box office and new plays are premiered This season for Marathi plays goes on till January However this November Mumbai’s most popular venue for staging of Marathi plays resembles an old abandoned building says veteran make-up artist Chander Patil “In the days since PM Narendra Modi announced the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes business in Marathi theatre has taken a hit As a result the premieres of a few plays scheduled between November and December have been put on hold and many regular shows have been cancelled” says Patil who has been forced to stay at home as the market is down Vijay Kenkre is among those whose play premieres have been postponed His production titled Teen Paayachi Sharyat (Three-legged race) was to open on November 19 but has been tentatively rescheduled for first half of December “Since Marathi theatre largely runs on cash economy we are currently unable to pay the backstage workers and also the actors who work on daily wages Our ticket sales too have plummeted because people don’t have cash to spend” says Kenkre adding that the reason Marathi theatre hasn’t yet moved to card or online transaction is because a large part of their audience are walk-in daily wagers Like Kenkre Mangesh Kadam has also pushed the premiere of his play Chada which was scheduled to open early November Although unsure of how it will do even now he opened it last weekend “Close to 15 plays premiere in this season every year It’s the season for cultural events Also by opening now the producers can send their plays for various competitions that begin in January” explains Prasad Kambli head of Akhil Bhartiya Marathi Natya Parishad governing body for Marathi theatre He adds that the number will be down to seven or so this year Kambli says overall business is down by nearly 80 per cent Some producers are attempting to migrate to other modes of payment such as mobile wallets or cards “But that will take time Also it might alienate the audience that doesn’t have bank accounts or cards” points out Patil Last week Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis announced that the old currency notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 will be accepted by venues as rent The move is an attempt to aid the crisis being faced by Marathi theatre Kambli believes it will help theatrewallahs who may have old currency sitting with them from previous shows However the implementation is yet to begin “It’s stuck somewhere in the red tape The government resolution has not reached the theatres yet for them to accept old currency” he says Kenkre adds that this initiative will also aid only a handful of theatres which are governed by the BMC as the others accept rent in cheque or demand draft For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Reacting to the Supreme Court order the AAP today asked why Lt Governor Najeeb Jung did not ask parties to spell out their stand in writing over government formation in the national capital as absense of such a formality was leading to defection "Why has the government not asked each of the parties to give a written statement Let the Lt Governor ask the BJP tomorrow on whether you are in a position to form a government or whether they exploring the possibilities is more important than than giving the government itself Yogendra Yadav Ibnlive "I am afraid it amounts to a political game which is to wage till defections take place That basically is the name of the game Its an old game we thought we had put an end to Its really sickening to see that this game is being played" said senior AAP leader Yogendra Yadav The Supreme Court today asked the Centre to take a decision on dissolution of Delhi Assembly "one way or another" within five weeks questioning it for continuing to keep the house in suspended animation when no party is coming forward to form the government PTI and to “suggest ways to continue with the work without damaging the buildings” in the area. 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