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Goa time!! Reuters "There was a concert planned to take place inside the Park Place tonight, Violence hits Assam. how many arms you want. Really? he had decided not to cancel the event.entire episode was recorded by someone in the restaurant and the media had been playing it.refused to execute the warrants of sentence of death?and that he was interfering with judicial proceedingsobstructing the administration of justice and attempting to lower the authority of the court It is to be recalled that the Punjab Police had to be virtually resurrected from the ashes of communal subversion before it was forged into an effective instrument to fight Khalistani terrorists Jail and police officials have colluded with extremists and terrorists in a number of cases since the defeat of terrorism most prominently in the escape of Jagtar Singh Hawaraanother co-accused in the Beant Singh assassinationfrom Burail Jail For the state to create spaces for a renewed subversion of the force is nothing less than suicidal There is a sense of déjà vu in what is happening today Political parties areonce againceding space to extremist formations in Punjabeven as surviving terrorist elements located outside the country look for an opening to revive Khalistani terror A few small lapsesin these circumstancescan create the conditions of a new conflagration that can only bring renewed suffering to the people of Punjaband to India at large The writer is a former director general of [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: Amid walk-out by Left party members Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today denied the opposition charge of political violence by the ruling Trinamool Congress and claimed that law and order in West Bengal was peaceful Speaking in the Assembly Banerjee accused the Left parties of passing off killings arising out of family feuds and property disputes as political killings "In Bengal law and order is peaceful and there is communal amity prevailing in the state" she said Reuters Replying to the debate on budgetary demands for grants for the home department held by her the chief minister took a dig at Left parties saying that they had no patience to listen to her and walked out in the middle of her speech as they did not believe in democracy despite being rejected by the people in elections one after another The Left bench was empty as its members including the CPI(M) walked out when the chief minister got annoyed after a Left MLA asked her something which she felt was a case of repeated and deliberate interruption Citing statistics Banerjee said there were 106 deaths in political violence in 2009 1018 in 2010 and 71 till May in 2011 when TMC came to power ousting the Left Front Claiming that the number of deaths in political violence declined after the TMC government came to power she said that there were 48 deaths in 2013 with 21 belonging to TMC 18 to CPI(M) five to Congress The figure of deaths was 12 so far in 2014 she added Earlier the Leader of the Opposition Surya Kanta Mishra belonging to CPI(M) alleged that 157 Left Front cadres were killed in the past three years since the TMC came to power and urged her to halt post-poll attacks on Left supporters PTI Published: June 24 2016 12:08 am The number of satellites that can be carried at a time is restricted by the space available on the rocket and its carrying capacity in terms of weight Top News The Indian Space Research Organisation’s PSLV-C34 launch has set a new benchmark for the national space industry Injecting 20 satellites into polar orbit it has reaffirmed ISRO’s reputation as a bulk provider of cheap butreliable launches which it has been building industriously since 2008 when a launch vehicle placed 10 satellites in orbit Significantly only one of the satellites deployed in Wednesday’s launch was owned by the government Two were projects of Indian universities and 17 were of foreignprovenance ISRO does not hold the record for the maximum simultaneous launches but it’s found a place in the major league Numerically top honours are shared by the Russian and American space programmes And on July 6 the KickSat project riding on Elon Musk’s SpaceX is expected to spit out 100 disposable “chipsats” the size of PostIts The future of space exploration especially difficult missions to distant stars and galaxies could look something like this as backers distribute risk across thousands or even millions of disposable probes instead of putting all their investments in a single vehicle Such projects are being dreamed up by investors like the venture capitalist Yuri Milner and are expected to fly within two decades But long before that concerns about data security and privacy will energise the global market for satellites Governments own satellites because of these concerns and as the cost of ownership falls corporates communities and even rich individuals could follow suit preferring to own small satellites rather than renting transponders Reliable bulk launch services can cash in on this emerging market Traditionally space programmes have been funded by the taxpayer and guided by political perceptions of national interest But with its prowess as a commercial provider ISRO could subsidise the Indian programme and to an extent scientific interest could set the agenda for space For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Dinesh Trivedi | Updated: March 26 2015 12:15 am For the first time the Prime Minister addressed farmers directly through his radio show Mann Ki Baat Related News Sunday was a historic day for the Indian farming community Perhaps for the first time the prime minister addressed farmers directly through his radio show Mann Ki Baat This goes to show that no government can take farmers for granted In fact it was their contribution during the freedom struggle that was the most effective But the land acquisition ordinance put the cart before the horse Instead of first addressing the issues to the stakeholders (farmers and farm labourers) the government chose to bring the ordinance first And when it realised that the resistance to the ordinance is real it decided to go directly to farmers The result of Sunday’s Mann Ki Baat is that the united Opposition and the government are at daggers drawn and the confrontation between them has intensified The divide is so huge that each is calling the other a liar The distrust among farmers is only going to increase The battleground is being prepared for another Mahabharata To my mind the most important issues in the process of land acquisition are the consent clause and the social impact assessment (SIA) There is also a lesson to be learnt in democracy: take stakeholders into confidence before moving any bills That is the process that is followed in truly democratic countries Going back in time to 1989 when the National Front led by VP Singh came to power we find people had many aspirations and great hopes of the government There was a general feeling that it would last forever But the dream run barely lasted a year Mandal became the National Front’s Waterloo and it ultimately collapsed When the NDA came to power 10 months back there was once again the feeling that it would last forever Nobody could have imagined the outcome of the elections to the Delhi assembly at the doorstep of the seat of Central power In politics it is rightly said a week is a long time A single issue can become a turning point in the tenure of a ruling party The agitations in Nandigram and Singur against the forcible takeover of farmland as well as the strong people’s movement led by Mamata Banerjee resulted in the fall of the 34-year-old CPM-led Left Front government in West Bengal in 2011 The present land acquisition amendment bill promulgated as an ordinance has the potential to become the BJP’s Waterloo It has not only united the fragmented Opposition but also created divisions within the ruling party and its allies especially those representing rural areas Nobody in their right mind could deny that land is required for various public interest projects The question is “how” not “why” In a democracy means are as important as ends The process of making legislation needs to be democratic too In the present case an ordinance was promulgated immediately after the winter session of Parliament It received critical comments from the president who said “When the Parliament… enacts law without discussion it breaches the trust reposed in it by the people” In 2014 at a meeting of the committee of secretaries on pre-legislative consultation policy it had been decided “The department/ ministry concerned should publish/ place in public domain the draft legislation or at least the information that may inter alia include brief justification for such legislation essential elements of the proposed legislation its broad financial implications and an estimated assessment of the impact of such legislation on environment fundamental rights lives and livelihoods of the concerned/ affected people… [It may] also hold consultations with all stakeholders” This was supposed to be done before the final draft of the legislation is introduced in Parliament Leave aside a general discussion with the people farmers landowners and other affected families the major stakeholders in this case were not consulted or allowed to participate in the process directly or indirectly The bill is also contrary to the 2009 BJP manifesto which reads “The BJP will adopt a National Land Use Policy which will protect the interests of farmers… The BJP will not allow the conversion of fertile farmland for industrial/ commercial projects or SEZs The entire issue of SEZs and acquisition of land for industrial use will be addressed after a careful scrutiny of the parliamentary standing committee’s report and factoring in the need to protect the farm sector and enhance food production” So the government has not only failed to adhere to the law ministry’s circular on consultations it has also gone against its own 2009 manifesto Coming to the bill itself the amendments are contentious One of the major clauses deals with doing away with the consent of affected families which in effect means expropriation of land rather than acquisition How can a transaction be equitable if it is conducted without the informed consent of one of the parties in this case not just the landowner but also those who depend on the land for their livelihood The right of the individual citizen has been trampled on by the might of the state In India the clique of the rich and the powerful is very strong When it comes to other people’s land they are very generous But when it comes to themselves they would never want to part with land even if the land does not belong to them Take the elite Delhi Golf Club The land there belongs to the Central government; try taking that to build an AIIMS All hell will break loose and even the might of the state will not be able to do anything Indian democracy works on the principle of vote of the poor and rule of the rich The new bill also purportedly says that SIA is not required An SIA is meant to examine whether the proposed acquisition serves a public purpose estimate the number of affected families and those displaced as well as the extent of land to be affected and the impact on livelihoods Doing away with these provisions destroys the roadmap for effective resettlement and rehabilitation The bill also allows multi-cropped irrigated land to be acquired jeopardising food security The government has thus reinforced the principle of eminent domain What it forgets is that the power of the state cannot be used to take away the livelihood of farmers without concomitant measures We should ask how we landed up in this situation Previously huge tracts of land were acquired for the government’s defence and infrastructure projects (for instance the Bhilai steel plant the Bhakra Nangal Dam and the Tehri Dam) The terrible experience that farmers have had when their lands were taken over — especially in the case of SEZs where industrialists grabbed thousands of acres to build their island empires — makes them hesitant to talk about it now When it comes to emotive issues like land public memory is very sharp How can we forget that the Mahabharata was fought over the issue of land: when Lord Krishna asked Duryodhan to give the Pandavas at least five villages Duryodhan refused saying he would not part with land even the size of a needle-tip and would prefer to go to war instead The arrogance of the Kauravas led to an epic battle where both sides lost Yet in the land of the Mahabharata we continue to be blind to the lessons of the epic The writer is former Union railway minister and TMC MP in the Lok Sabha For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Besides playing in top tier Spanish league like Copa del Rey and Russian premier division league Premier Liga and Turkish Super Lig, the BJP had elevated him to the post of state 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