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The writer is a Mumbai-based [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: August 24 2017 10:36 am Three top officer bearers of the BCCI were on Wednesday directed by the Supreme Court to appear before it to explain why its order on Justice R M Lodha panel recommendations have not yet been implemented (Source: File) Related News Three top officer bearers of the BCCI including its acting president CK Khanna and acting secretary Amitabh Choudhary were on Wednesday directed by the Supreme Court to appear before it to explain why its order on Justice R M Lodha panel recommendations have not yet been implemented Besides Khanna and Chaudhary the apex court also issued show cause notice to BCCI treasurer Aniruddh Chaudhry and asked them to appear personally before it on September 19 A three-judge bench headed by Justice Dipak Misra expressed its displeasure that the directions given by the apex court and its order on the recommendations of the Lodha panel have not been implemented yet “The whole problem is that nothing has been implemented We will issue show cause notices and direct for personal presence” the bench also comprising Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud said The bench also said it would hear the plea filed by Cricket Association of Bihar (CAB) through its secretary Aditya Kumar Verma alleging that Amitabh Choudhary had disregarded the court’s direction by inviting disqualified cricket administrators to attend the board’s meetings Senior advocate Gopal Subramanium assisting the court as amicus curiae told the bench that these three office-bearers were responsible for implementing the recommendations of the Lodha panel and the apex court’s directions but have not done that so far He alleged that BCCI CEO Rahul Johri who was accompanied by the legal advisor of the Committee of Administrators (COA) was not allowed to attend the July 26 special general body meeting in which the endevour was not to implement any of the recommendations and the directions passed by the top court Senior advocate Puneet Bali representing these office bearers countered the submissions of the amicus saying after the July 26 meeting they had sent e-mails to everyone concerned that all the recommendations must be complied with To this the bench observed “you have expressed your helplessness Beseechment is not the solution” The apex-court had appointed Committee of Administrators (COA) through senior advocate Parag Tripathi said that none of the recommendations of the Lodha panel and directions given by the court have been implemented “The only idea is not to implement anything Justice (retd) Vikramajit Sen (who has been appointed administrator of the Delhi and District Cricket Assocition) had said (in the July 26 meeting) that everything contrary to what Lodha panel has said was being done in the meeting” he said Meanwhile the bench directed the COA to prepare a draft constitution of the BCCI in terms of its earlier judgment and order on the Lodha panel recommendations “We think it appropriate that the COA shall prepare a draft constitution in terms of the main judgement as well as the July 24 order of this court” it said while directing that copies of draft constitution be handed over to all the parties before it CoA chairman Vinod Rai told The Indian Express: “The CoA has been pleading with the (BCCI) office-bearers and they didn’t see reason Now the court has asked for a show-cause which was inevitable They have been very intransigent and nobody can dare to take on the highest court of the land” During the arguments Subramanium referred to the fifth status report of the COA and said that as per it the office bearers have not taken steps to implement the Lodha panel recommendations In its fifth report the COA headed by former CAG Vinod Rai had sought the removal of BCCI office-bearers – Khanna Choudhary and Chaudhry Subramanium said the apex court should give directions so that the recommendations could be implemented Senior advocate Kapil Sibal who was appearing for TNCA said there were certain issues which required to be dealt with by the court (with PTI inputs) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIslamabad: Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to arrive in Pakistan on 10 April to deepen economic and strategic ties between the two all-weather allies a senior official said on Wednesday Xi was to visit Pakistan last year during his South Asia trip to India Sri Lankan and the Maldives but postponed it due to political unrest in the country with opposition leader Imran Khan staging a protest in Islamabad for alleged rigging in 2013 polls that were won by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Chinese President Xi Jinping AFP A government official said that the Chinese leader would arrive in Pakistan on April 10 "He would hold high-level meetings and unveil several economic projects" the official said Xi is also expected to address the joint session of the Parliament on the second day of his visit the official said There are over two dozen MoUs and agreements regarding nuclear power the Gwadar port the Pak-China Economic Corridor (PCEC) energy trade and investment that are likely to be signed Pakistan Foreign Office had earlier confirmed that the visit of the Chinese leader will take place this year but had not given the exact dates Xi was expected to attend the Pakistan National Day parade on 23 March as a special guest but could not undertake the trip due to some domestic engagements Pakistani and Chinese leaders over the years have pledged robust cooperation in several fields and described their relationship as an "all-weather" friendship PTI New Delhi: Delhi Police on Tuesday concluded its massive search in JNU campus without any success and will be conducting a lie-detector test on Najeeb Ahmed’s roommate Mohd Qasim on Wednesday as it stepped up efforts to get clues regarding the mysterious disappearance of the student since 15 October Police have so far served notices to six people including family members of Najeeb as well as the students with whom he was allegedly involved in a brawl at his hostel a night before he vanished said a senior police officer Representational image CNN-News18 The police represented by senior standing counsel for Delhi government Rahul Mehra had told Delhi High Court that four students who are suspected of beating up Najeeb would be put to lie-detector tests to get leads or clues about his disappearance and whereabouts "We have served notices to six people and after their consent we will be carrying out the tests Qasim gave his consent and he will be put to a lie-detector test tomorrow (Wednesday)" said the officer Many of the students have gone to their homes for vacations which is hindering investigation he said Meanwhile more than 600 Delhi Police personnel assisted by sniffer dogs concluded their search of the sprawling JNU campus but could not find any clues of the missing student Police team began its search around 9 AM today under the supervision of DCP (Crime Branch) G Ram Gopal Naik and finished by 3 PM The search had begun yesterday and almost 60-70 percent of the campus was covered while the remaining campus was scanned on Tuesday All agencies of Delhi Police including Special Cell Special Branch and the local police pooling more than 600 personnel scanned the interiors and residential areas the official said Najeeb has been missing since October 15 after an alleged scuffle at his hostel with ABVP students on the night of 14 October A reward of Rs 10 lakh has been announced by Delhi Police on any information about Najeeb The massive search was mounted following a Delhi High Court order last week directing the police to scan the entire JNU campus including hostels classrooms as well as rooftops of the buildings with help of sniffer dogs After scanning the campus the police is likely to ask JNU administration to beef up its security "We have observed that the forest area is quite dense and students go there even late in the night We will request JNU authorities to increase security inside the campus for the safety of students" said an officer Written by NILESH YELGUNDE | Pune | Published: January 14 2017 4:27 am Polish director Bartosz M Kowalski Top News “Every morning we get up to a flood of news with a lot of violence in it but do we even notice While going through our daily dose of newspaper a celebrity going on a vacation and a person getting killed in daylight is equally exciting or not exciting for us We have actually stopped sensing the violence and its omnipresence in our lives” said Polish director Bartosz M Kowalski whose Polish film Playground was screened at Pune International Film Festival on Friday Sharing the point of trigger for Playground he said “In 1993 a two-year-old kid was abducted from a shopping mall in Liverpool and was actually cut into pieces by two boys aged 10 years The news shook me to the core As an artiste I could not take this as just another incident of crime It compelled me to do a lot of research on child psychology and then the child psychopaths I found many other incidents in which children were involved in gross violence I just could not stop there I had to vent it out and thus the film came into being” The film is made in a very non-stereotypical way which the director said was deliberate “These days we see a lot of violence in our movies and it does not even register in our minds When people are being killed on our screens we keep munching on our popcorn” he said adding that he was wary of Playground being seen in the same way which made him treat the film in an unconventional way It included minimum use of lights while shooting no crane shots no close-ups and less camera craft” he said “I didn’t want them to think that this is just a film and not to be taken seriously I wish they take it as a matter of fact something which is not merely happening on the screen but can happen with ourselves when we step out of the theatre” he added According to Kowalski the violence that is seen in the children is sometimes rooted in their surroundings families and his upbringing Sometimes troubled relationships of the parents the political surroundings like refugee crises and civil wars also seed violence in the minds of the toddlers “We need to sit down and think what are we giving in legacy to our next generations The rise of far right governments around the world the extremist stands that are being taken openly and even the outright promotion of violence by those who matter is a serious thing We can’t afford not to take cognisance of all this” said the young filmmaker For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shekhar Gupta | Published: January 14 2012 1:34 am Related News Exactly a decade agospeaking at the inauguration of the Daily Timesa liberal new publication edited by Najam and Jugnu Sethipillars of Pakistani mediaI got myself into some troublewhich is not unusual given my chronic foot-in-the-mouth disease This was early 2002 We were in a war-like situation following the attack on Parliament Pervez Musharraf was fully in controlNawaz Sharif and Benazir Bhutto were in exileand all democracy in suspension I said to a hall filled with Lahores liberal elite at the Pearl Continentalthat one reason we were always struggling in our bilateral relations was that we were still governed by poorly evolved systems So PakistanI saidwas as imperfect a dictatorship as India was an imperfect democracy Explanation: the Pakistanis had not quite denied their citizens all the freedoms that genuine dictatorships like North KoreaChinaIraq and Libya (then) didor they would not have mean Indiansaying rude things about their rulers to a full hall in Lahore SimilarlyI saidwe in India had not yet quite succeeded in giving our people all the freedoms and rights that a classicalliberal democracy ought to Thisby the waywas also the year of the Gujarat riots Both countriesI addedneeded to move in opposite directionswe to make our democracy more perfectand Pakistanto make its dictatorship even more imperfect Thenwe might reach a middle ground where weour establishments and peoplesfind it easier to level with each other The Pakistanis responded to this rather warmly; the trouble I got into was entirely on our side: how dare you compare us with Pakistandraw equivalence of any kind The art of assassination on the Internet was still a little youngbut it was a nasty new tryst with the virtual mob A decade laterhow does that theory stand the test of time Whether our democracy is less or more imperfect may be a contentious issue and we can debate that at some point later (though Id argue it is more robustliberal and merrily noisier than in 2002) But look at the stunning developments in Pakistan over the past weeks An elected governmenta weak one at thatis staring down the GHQ and the ISI It has sacked a defence secretary for leaning towards the armytold the army chief and the corps commanders that uniquely Pakistani equivalent of the Chinese Politburo or the Iranian Supreme Cultural Revolution Council where to get offand it is still in office And this is a government run by a party fast losing political capital and run by utterly lightweight leaders A prime minister enormously more powerful and popular than the present lotBenazir Bhuttowas fired by the then presidentacting at the armys behestfor a minor traffic offence in comparison: all she did was get carried away by the fall of the Berlin Wall and askin a speech she delivered at the Command and Staff College at Quettaif the notion that armies guarded not merely the territorial but also the ideological frontiers of nations was not outdated Anybody who knew anything about Pakistan knew that moment that she had written her dismissal order No politician in Pakistan can ever question the very basis of the formulation that gives its army its pre-eminence in power and society And if she doesshe must go In comparison to her minor traffic offenceher lightweight husband and his doddering government have run their car into the cavalrys lead tankandto use the cavalrymans favourite line on both sidesare bashing in regardless Sothe question we dare to ask now ishave the Pakistanisin this decademanaged to make their dictatorship much more imperfect Let me also dare to argue that they have done so I will still not take bets on whether the army would resort to the familiar off with your heads approach History would make that look inevitable Pakistanafter allis a country where people patiently wait for the next coup during interregnums of bonsai democracyand where coups take place without a bullet firedfacing no resistance But what if the brass blinks There isin facta serious chance this time that they might Much has changed in Pakistan and the world in general in the past decade that makes military coups of old so much more anachronistic And it is not just the Arab Spring There is a democratic upsurge around the world Even in the neighbourhoodBangladeshs emergence as a large oasis of democratic stability in the Muslim worldits armys return to the barracksthe softening of the Burmese juntaare all signs that the days of brutal dictatorships are over Domesticallytwo of the three formidable As that supposedly controlled Pakistans destiny (AllahArmy and America) are in a different mood The army has to deal with new threats on the westwatch an India leaving them rapidly behind on the eastand an America pulling the plug on their re-arming processparticularly if they fired their elected government again It is a far cry from the times when Americas preferred option in Pakistan was a loyal general Finallydemocratic thoughtfaith and respect for institutions have now matured around the world to a degree where it is becoming impossible for extra-constitutional power centres to push them around We saw in India Annas heady prime-time hype begin to dissipate the moment his megaphones started arguing that in their version of democracy people spoke through mobs of the like-minded on the street than in a Parliament of dissentdisagreement and diversity of views There is a democratic spring setting in across the world It is making Indias democracy less imperfect AndhopefullyPakistans dictatorship much more so [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News It said that once the new flyover comes up, This was different.which was there in the mediclaim policy.
it has been advised that no such programme is organised by the oil company in the premises on the said date, the letter said Shobh Naththe Director of Balrampur Hospitalwrote to Shailesh Srivastavaterritory manager of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltdsaying the scheme was not big enough to be inaugurated by the Union minister I have refused any such programme in my hospital for various reasons?29; 2 SGGS College, which can uphold or cancel the ruling. Mixed traffic reduces efficiency of traffic movement and creates safety problems, said SubhashCRRI scientist In addition to segregated zonesCRRI has also recommended strengthening of public transport by increasing the number of city buses and particularly on the longest Amausi-Polytechnic corridor This would reduce traffic load on other roads Across the cityCRRI has found Hazratganj crossing as the busiest during daytime Due to lack of spaceno change in its design can be made here For commuters conveniencethe institute has recommended installation of green pedestrian signals?the players are raring to go. but invariably, there is always a rush on the last day resulting in students panicking unnecessarily,s son,Of course, Related News Ram Gopal Varma never minces words while expressing his views against the CBFC and Pahlaj Nihalani.
“I don’t think Sarkar 3 has any material which should anger Pahlaj Nihalani. she lost her father when she was very young.” Mortaza told reporters in the post-match press conference. calling it an “erroneous conclusion” and “pure conjecture. On the final day Gurbani shot a 74.
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