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The Jathedar, is one of these.(Express Archive Photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum) Top News The battlelines for the Manipur elections polling for which is due on March 4 and 8 are distinct now As expected it will be a fight between the ruling Congress and challenger BJP There are a number of smaller parties but they have either gravitated towards these two poles or are keeping equidistance from them in the hope that they can be the powerbrokers in the not-so-impossible scenario of a hung assembly The Congress will be entering the arena with the albatross of fatigue that incumbency brings — the party has been in power for three terms under Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh The other scar the party will have to carry into the arena is corruption The charge that in the 15 years of its rule corruption has become institutionalised has come to stick What can however save the Congress is the public cynicism that the challenger the BJP would have done no better This is largely so because most of the leaders the BJP is projecting as its generals are former Congressmen some of them former ministers in the Ibobi government who left the party because they could not have the chief minister re-accommodate them after they were dropped in the last of the three Congress terms The truth is the BJP has never had a strong enough base in the state In the last three assembly elections the party won no seats This time the party lapped up two constituencies which became vacant after the disqualification of two defecting Trinamool Congress MLAs Both the seats were won in the mid-term by-election in 2015 by the disqualified MLAs after they changed loyalties and joined the BJP which was again spreading its wings in the state basking in the reflected glory of the BJP government at the Centre One of them has since left the BJP to join the Congress leaving the BJP with just one seat in the current assembly The rise and fall of political parties in small and dependent Northeastern states is greatly influenced by the change of governments at the Centre The BJP thus became visible in the 1995 assembly election winning a single seat corresponding with the rise of the BJP at the Centre In the next assembly election in 2000 the BJP returned six seats four in the valley and two in the hills and the party was briefly part of the coalition government led by the Samata Party After this coalition government fell in 2001 amid unprecedented public outrage in the four valley districts following the central BJP government’s decision to extend the NSCN(IM) ceasefire without territorial limits instilling fear that the government was conceding to the demand for Greater Nagaland the BJP’s presence in the state was virtually obliterated In the next three assembly elections the party drew a blank The state BJP this time virtually materialised out of thin air in the wake of the party sweeping into power at the Centre and has been growing by leaps and bounds ever since However as expected of such growth the party’s superstructure has far outgrown its base Its mid and top echelon leaderships have been expanding at blinding speed with the continuous absorption of disgruntled politicians from other parties in particular the ruling Congress The question now is would the energy of this “hormone-induced” growth at the top successfully percolate to the base to trigger the growth of roots as well There are however other more immediate issues which will determine the way people vote — the economic blockade by the United Naga Council (UNC) now 108 days old is one of these The blockade began on November 1 anticipating that the state government was about to create two districts — Kuki-dominated Sadar out of Senapati district and Jiribam out of Imphal East district The UNC considers Senapati a part of the Naga ancestral homeland therefore the objection One and a half months into the blockade the government decided to disregard the UNC’s caution and created not two but seven districts by splitting seven existing districts hardening the UNC’s stance The UNC considers four of the split districts as Naga territory The UNC being an organisation which has been campaigning for the separation of Naga inhabited districts from Manipur as does the militant organisation the NSCN(IM) the tough stance taken by the government met with approval amongst the non-Naga population of the state in particular the Meiteis in the valley making observers speculate that the Congress government may have been driven to do this out of electoral considerations While this reading would have held in the early days of the blockade the public attitude is beginning to shift now and the popular perception is that the government lacks the spine to clear the blockade It also remains to be seen if all in the hills are unhappy with the districts’ creation For except the Sadar hills the other districts are far from divided demographically In all the cases the assembly as well as parliamentary constituencies have been left untouched Constituencies which fall within the new districts could very well end up voting Congress The Congress has another issue which may dampen its prospects in the southern hill districts A little over a year ago the assembly passed three bills seeking to regulate immigration into the state These bills were met with violent protests in Churachandpur town and nine people were killed in firing by state police and Assam Rifles Bodies of eight of the victims are still lying not yet buried in the Churachandpur district hospital mortuary with protestors demanding severance of the hills from the valley Of the 60 seats in the Manipur assembly 40 are in the valley of these one is reserved for the Scheduled Castes and 39 are general seats Twenty seats are in the hills and all except the Kangpokpi seats are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes the latter having been de-reserved to accommodate its sizeable Nepali population Irom Sharmila’s party the People’s Resurgence and Justice Alliance could have been an alternative but the five-month-old party has not been able to mobilise resources and support and is setting up only five candidates Under the circumstances voting for the party could virtually be a NOTA vote inhibiting even those who love her and her party The writer is editor ‘Imphal Free Press’ and author of ‘The Northeast Question: Conflicts and Frontiers’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Updated: December 9 2014 12:42 am Akhilesh Yadav with wife Dimple inaugurates schemes in Lucknow on Monday (Source: IE photo by Vishal Srivastav) Related News Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on Monday announced uninterrupted power supply to nine religious places in the state once feeder separation work is completed by March “Lots of people from the country and abroad come for pilgrimages to these religious places We will provide 24-hour power supply” Akhilesh said during a programme at his official residence to inaugurate a power sub-station The nine religious places are Kichaucha Shareef in Ambedkarnagar Najeebabad in Bijnore Dewa Shareef in Barabanki Mathura Vrindavan Hastinapur Panch Pyare in Meerut Sarnath and Shrawasti Akhilesh also said that Union Power Minister Piyush Goyal had admitted during a meeting recently that UP has taken steps in the right direction to address the power crisis “He had admitted that reforms in the power sector can happen the way we are going We are not waiting for their schemes” he said “During elections one party had assured 24-hour power supply but they were not aware of ‘katiya’ connections in UP Those who used to make lofty promises are yet to do any work We are doing lots of work but are lagging in publicity” he added During the function Chief Secretary Alok Ranjan said that during 2007-12 only Rs 2300 crore was spent on the power sector while the Samajwadi Party government had already spent Rs 2500 crore on the same since it came to power He also said that more than 51 power sub stations are being set up every year now while that number between 2007 and 2012 stood at only 17 A short film Har Gaon Bijli Har Ghar Ujala was also screened on the occasion On SP chief Mulayam Singh Yadav’s disapproval of such programmes Ranjan clarified that these were only project inauguration events and not programmes to lay the foundation stone Akhilesh also handed over loans to several women’s self-help groups under the National Livelihood Mission Kannauj MP Dimple Yadav and several ministers including Arvind Singh Gope Shivpal Yadav Awadesh Prasad Ahmed Hasan were also present Hasan praised the law and order condition in the state saying that thousands of women visited Lucknow Mahotsav at night recently and no untoward incident took place Several SP legislators were surprised when they were asked to take a seat among the audience while Congress MLA Aradhana Mishra was seated on the stage For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Mumbai | Published: February 24 2013 2:19 pm Related News Overseas investors have poured in more than USD 4 billion into Indian equities in Februarytaking the investment tally to USD 84 billion for calendar year 2013 so far Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) infused a net amount of USD 431 billion (about Rs 23035 crore) in Indian equities in February so fartaking the total for the year to USD 84 billion (Rs 45094 crore) Market analysts attributed strong FII inflows to signs of RBI easing interest rates and the subsequent impact of improved liquidity position Additionallya slew of measures taken by the governmentincluding the postponement of GAAR (General Anti Avoidance Rules) implementation by two years to April 12016 and partial decontrol in diesel priceshave also attracted foreign investors During February 1-22FIIs were gross buyers of shares worth Rs 65941 crorewhile they sold equities amounting to Rs 42906 croretranslating into a net investment of Rs 23035 crore (USD 431 billion)as per Sebi data Foreign fund houses also infused Rs 2242 crore (USD 415 million) in the debt market in February This takes the overall net investments by FIIs into debt markets to Rs 25278 crore (USD 473 million) so far this calendar year “FIIs have been betting high on Indian equities for the last six-seven months and reform measures taken by the government has further boosted the sentiment” Wellindia Executive Director Hemant Mamtani said”BesidesFIIs have been infusing money into the Indian market on account of change in RBI’s monetary policy that have added liquidity to the system This liquidity will help in growth of the country” he added FIIs bought equities worth USD 244 billion in 2012about USD 5 billion below record purchases two years ago As on February 22the number of registered FIIs in the country stood at 1756 and total number of sub-accounts was 6345 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: February 1 2014 9:09 am Related News NCP chief Sharad Pawar Congress leaders Motilal Vora Digvijaya Singh Murli Deora and Kumari Selja RPI’s Ramdas Athawale and Vijay Goel of the BJP were among the 37 candidates elected unopposed to Rajya Sabha Friday from various states in the biennial polls Elections will be held in the remaining 18 seats on February 7 — in Andhra Pradesh (6) West Bengal (5) Orissa (4) and Assam (3) Sanjay Singh whose candidature has triggered protests in Assam Congress’s T Subbrami Reddy and K V P Ramachandra Rao and TRS candidate Keshav Rao (all in Andhra Pradesh) and Trinamool candidate actor Mithun Chakraborty (West Bengal) are among those left in the fray Apart from Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar and Congress leader Murli Deora five candidates were elected unopposed from Maharashtra They are: Majid Memon (NCP) Hussain Dalwai (Congress) Rajkumar Dhoot (Shiv Sena) Sanjay Kakade (Independent) and Athawale who was supported by BJP A total of 288 members of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly formed the electoral college for the poll but the tally of voters had come down by one due to the demise of Congress MLA Subhash Zanak recently The quota for winning candidates was 36 The elections were necessitated as the term of sitting members Prakash Javdekar (BJP) Bharatkumar Raut and Rajkumar Dhoot (Shiv Sena) Murli Deora and Hussain Dalwai (Congress) Y P Trivedi and Janardhan Waghmare (NCP) — all from Maharashtra — ends on April 2 From Himachal Pradesh former MP and senior Congress leader Viplove Thakur was declared elected unopposed She is the first woman MP from Himachal to get a second tenure in the Upper House The Secretary Vidhan Sabha Sunder Singh Verma who was the returning officer handed over her certificate of election in the afternoon Viplove will replace veteran BJP leader Shanta Kumar whose term ends on April 9 Of the three Rajya Sabha seats from Himachal Pradesh the other two seats are held by Bimla Kashyap and J P Nadda of the BJP From Rajasthan BJP nominees Vijay Goel Ram Narain Dudi and Narain Pachariya were declared elected unopposed The Congress did not field anyone as it fell short of the requisite number to ensure victory of its candidate In Bihar all the five candidates — three from JD(U) and two from BJP were elected The five are Ramnath Thakur Harivansh Kahkasha Parveen (JD-U) C P Thakur and R K Sinha (BJP) The three JD(U) candidates are new faces of the party to the Upper House They were declared elected unopposed after the time for withdrawal of nominations ended The six candidates from AIADMK DMK and CPM were also declared elected from Tamil Nadu “L Sasikala Pushpa Vijila Satyananth S Muthukaruppan and A K Selvaraj (AIADMK) DMK’s Tiruchi N Siva and TK Rangarajan of CPM have been elected to fill the vacancies of six members” Returning Officer AMP Jamaludeen said Sitting Congress Rajya Sabha MP fom Meghalaya Wansuk Syiem was declared elected for the second term to Rajya Sabha as she was the only candidate in the fray Meghalaya Legislative Assembly Secretary H Mylliemngap who is also the returning Officer for the election declared Syiem as the elected representative to the Rajya Sabha For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News now 108 days old.

Written by Press Trust Of India | New Delhi | Published: April 13 Responding to questions whether Banerjee was inching closer to the BJP, 87 percent of movie-goers aged 13 and older were influenced by Twitter when making a recent movie choice. Two brands are taking these trending topics to the next level with new consumer-focused promotions. say experts. The brain is resilient. Though some studies have found that drugs like marijuana and cocaine may cloud thinkingmemory and attention in the short termthe current findings support the notion that those effects may be temporaryDregan’s team said Halpern noted that work focusing on people who have smoked pot regularly for years showed that once they stop the drugstheir deficits on cognitive tests improve after a month Stillhe said this should not be taken as an endorsement of drug usenoting that the current study did not rule out the possibility of lasting negative cognitive effects from heavyprolonged drug use For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ghaziabad | Published: March 15 2010 12:46 am Related News A three-year-old boySameerfell into a drain and drowned in the accumulated water on Sunday afternoon in Ghaziabad The police said Sameer was playing outside his house in Eidgah Basti in Muradnagarwhen one of his socks fell inside the drain In an effort to retrieve itSameer too fell inside around 12 noon The boy was rescued by a passerby and taken to a nearby hospitalwhere he was declared dead on arrival Police officials said the boy died as the drain was not cleaned regularly and water had accumulated in it Protesting the negligence on part of the civic agenciesangry residents of Muradnagar also blocked National Highway-58 Sameers family has been promised a compensation of Rs 10000sources said The protesters were also told that the drain will be cleaned regularly and a wall will be built around it to prevent more accidentssources said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mathura | Published: January 19 2012 6:09 pm Related News On her maiden trip to IndiaAmerican talk show queen Oprah Winfrey’s visit to this holy town today was marred when her bodyguards were involved in a scuffle with journalists Three Indian bodyguards were arrested following the incident in which some video cameras were allegedly broken following a complaint filed by media personnel covering Winfrey’s visit No one was injured in the incidentpolice said The bodyguards were later released after they wrote a letter of apology to the mediapolice said Two American securitymen and a dozen bodyguards from India were part of Winfrey’s entourage when it reached Vrindavan She is in India in connection with a shoot for her new show ‘Next Chapter’ Earlier in the morningshe filmed a documentary on widows and also took part in a ‘bhajan’ at the ashram situated in Patthar Pura Winfrey was greeted by top-notch Indian socialites and Bollywood glitterati including megastar Amitabh Bachchansuperstar Shah Rukh Khan and Aishwarya Rai at a private party in Mumbai two days back She is currently travelling around the world interviewing celebritiesnewsmakers and others for her new show She is also due to participate in the Jaipur Literature Festival For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: November 3 2010 12:58 pm Related News ‘Harry Potter’ star Daniel Radcliffe has said he was “in bits” when the last movie in the wizard franchise wrapped because he felt as though he was saying goodbye to his childhood The 21-year-old actorwho has played the boy wizard in every film in the series since he was just 11finished shooting the final scenes for ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II’ in June and was an emotional wreck when he was saying his goodbyes to his cast mates and the crewreported OK magazine “We were all in bits I’ve never seen Rupert Grint cry in my life but it was really emotional When I saw him cryit made me cry more It’s come to stand for my childhoodwhich I’ve said goodbye to That innocent small boy has gone” said Radcliffe Although he and his two main co-stars Rupert Grint and Emma Watson have grown up togetherRadcliffe doesn’t believe the trio have changed that much as people “Rupert has obviously got a much bigger car collection than when we started ObviouslyRupert and myself have both changed through the seriesbecause at the beginningRupert was reallyreally chattyyou couldn’t shut him up He’s got quieter as the series has gone onand while he’s got quieter I’ve got louder “Physicallyme and Rupert look totally differentwhereas EmmaI thinkkind of almost looks exactly the same as when she startedin terms of her face Other than that it’s kind of hard to say how we’ve changedother than just the fact we’ve grown up” said Radcliffe On the other hand’Harry Potter’ baddie Tom Felton is enjoying his new-found freedom to dye his hairsunbath or go skiing after finishing his work for the wizard franchise this summer The 23-year-old actorwho from the age of 12 played the evil Draco Malfoy in the movie seriessaid that he spent a decade without a change in his appearance and was barred from taking part in dangerous activitiesContactmusic reported Howeverthe British actor is relieved that his contract has ended as he finished filming the last movie ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’ “I feel a real mixture of emotions There is a little bit of sadnessbut at the same time there is excitement For the past decade we haven’t had much freedom to do other projects I certainly haven’t had much freedom to keep my own hair colouror lay in the sunor do anything remotely dangerous like skiing” Felton said “It was nice to go on holiday and not have to slap on the SPF 50 and sit under an umbrella with three caps on” he added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: June 29 2011 1:19 pm Related News A local court has granted bail to PDP president Mehbooba Mufti in a defamation case filed against her by Jammu and Kashmir Rural Development Minister Ali Mohammad Sagar in 2004 HoweverMagistratePassenger Tax courtMasrat Shaheen on Tuesday exempted Mehbooba from personal appearance in the case on the grounds that her presence could be a security risk The PDP leader appeared before the court during yesterday’s proceedings Sagarwho was chief polling agent of Chief Minister Omar Abdullah during the 2004 Lok Sabha pollshad filed a defamation suit against the PDP presidentwho had accused him of rigging elections by indulging in booth capturing Mehbooba had approached the High Courtseeking dismissal of the suit in the trial court Howeverthe High court dismissed the PDP leader’s petition and directed the trial court to go ahead with the proceedings The PDP president was given bail after furnishing a bond of Rs 20000 and two sureties of the same amount For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Panaji | Published: November 30 2011 10:51 pm Related News Legendary painter M F Husain’s documentary “Through the Eyes of Painter” was screened at the ongoing International Film Festival of India (IFFI) here today amid heavy security Right-wing organisations had threatened to demonstrate outside Kala Academywhere the documentarya film on late artist’s own journeywas screened Around 150 policemen were posted at the venue to avoid any untoward incident “Everyone entering the premises were frisked as security agencies didn’t want to take any chance” SP (Security) Tony Fernandes said Hindu Janajagruti Samiti had demanded that the screeninga tribute to the 95-year-old celebrated painter who died in Junebe cancelled Protesterswho had claimed they would be gathering in large numbers at the venuedid not turn up The organisers had earlier postponed the screening scheduled for November 27 IFFI Director Shankar Mohan had said they were verifying legal repercussion of screening the movie as cases against the painter were pending in various courts The festival had witnessed demonstrations in support of Husain after the organisers dropped the initial screening of the documentary For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related Newshowever, that bears little resemblance to the posh-est educational institutions in the country: after the seismic shock of that first Riverdale-high-school-clone in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai,after all it is empirically proven that no one smiles on a Monday?17 point.

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