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said.jannat ka raasta Pakistan hotey huey nahin jaata?and while that may be truewe also know that jannat doesnt reside here any more Rafiqwhose friends melt away one by one (one goes off to sell shawls in Ludhianathe other to enter a talent contest in New Delhi) and who cannot find a satisfactory jobhas wounds that nothing can hide His brother disappeared some years ago; his mother sits with other women with placards of their loved onesmen who vanished without a word His father is a traffic constableand together they live a life which is more like just getting byrather than anything else Bashirwho was a successful actor for many years before he switched to writing and directingis from Kashmir And his story has an interiority which doesnt need wordsbecause he has seen this and felt this The sense of foreboding that gripped me when the film began didnt let go; I let out my breath only when the film was overand then took refuge in silence Harud is an elegya film that is hard to watch but one that must be watched Because we say this is our landand they say it is theirsbut look what we have done to it shubhragupta@expressindiacom For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata:West Bengal’s Left Front which has gone for seat adjustment with the Congress on Sunday released its election manifesto calling for the formation of a secular democratic government and urging the people to defeat the ruling Trinamool Congress to restore democracy in the state "Our aim is to restore democracy and rule of law We will ensure freedom of expression for all The police and the administration will have to work by following the multi-party democratic tradition" the 16-page manifesto promised Left Front chairman Biman Bose told the media: "To achieve this we have to defeat the Trinamool government Towards that end we want the people to unite and form a democratic secular government in the state" Representational image Reuters The Left Front resolved to free all political prisoners and withdrawal of false cases besides ensuring that police and the administration work neutrally for securing a society free of fear by strictly dealing with anti-socials It promised to ensure that statutory bodies like the Women’s Commission Lokayukta state Election Commission state Human Rights Commission functioned with full authority The rights of the civil society would also be safeguarded the document said It stressed pursuing a secular policy and promised that the government would not be partial to any religious community or interfere in religious practices "We will take a neutral stand on all religions We will take a strong stand against all types of communalism and extremism" it said promising to safeguard the security of all religious minorities including Muslims The Left Front said "communal forces like the BJP" have to be weakened and towards that end the Trinamool has to be defeated as it had been hand-in-glove with the BJP some time back Dwelling at length on ‘corruption’ during the Trinamool regime the manifesto said the top party leadership including members of parliament and ministers were involved in the chit fund scams "Entrepreneurs and industrialists leaving the state due to extortion demands is a regular feature" it said The Left Front alleged that there was a flight of industry out of the state during the five-year rule of the Trinamool when the state has failed to draw investment It promised to ensure a universal public distribution system and stop deaths due to hunger "Workers of closed industries will be paid a monthly allowance of Rs 2500 and given subsidised ration" Regarding land acquisition for industries which had emerged as a contentious issue during the last years of the Left Front government (2006-2011) the manifesto said it would take "cautious steps" and sincere efforts would be initiated to build up understanding between all stakeholders in the identified areas "Families giving away their land will be given profitable value Initiatives will be taken to give training and employment to one member of the affected families" For the education system the allocation will be 20 percent of the annual budget The economically poor sections will be given subsidised power the manifesto added IANS Kolkata:Taking an obvious swipe at Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi BJP President Amit Shah on Tuesday said some opposition leaders are delivering speeches abroad as no one in the country wanted to listen to them File image of BJP chief Amit Shah PTI "Some of these leaders go abroad and give speeches there They are scared to speak in front of their own countrymen Nobody in the country wants to listen to them" Shah said during a meeting In a broadside at the erstwhile UPA government led by the Congress at the Centre Shah said the nation’s people had to wait for months to listen to the then prime minister speak "All ministers in that government used to think of themselves as prime minister and the actual prime minister was not regarded as the prime minister by anybody" Shah said claiming that the nation has come a long way in terms of development under the present NDA government Shah’s comments came hours after Rahul Gandhi’s address to the students of University of California at Berkeley in the United States where he criticised the present central government for its handling of the economy and over the growing polarisation in the country BJP leader and information technology minister Smriti Irani earlier accused Gandhi of choosing a platform of convenience for beating his political opponents after "failing to connect with the people of India" By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 22 2017 6:22 am Top News WHILE THE UT Administration is planning to file an appeal against the orders of Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) wherein it quashed the UT Administration’s inter-departmental transfer policy the employees have already moved the High Court and filed a caveat in the matter Balwinder Singh president of Chandigarh Engineering Employees Union said that they filed the caveat so that the court hears their side as well before giving a decision A caveat is made when an application is expected to be made in a suit or proceedings initiated or about to be initiated in a court Any person claiming a right to appear before the court on the hearing of such application may lodge a caveat in respect thereof The employees of UT Administration are already up in arms against the administration as their joinings after the CAT’s orders were not accepted by the officials The UT Administration would be putting forth in the plea that employees develop vested interests while being posted in the same department for years and that was the reason the inter-department transfers were really important Recently in its orders CAT maintained that the transfer policy was illegal With this those who were transferred will be reverted to their parent department In May last year 348 employees were transferred from one UT department to another In January this year 289 more were transferred that triggered resentment among the employees who then decided to move the tribunal This was for the first time in the history of the administration that such large-scale transfer orders were issued affecting all categories of employees including clerks stenos assistants and senior assistants In May 2015 the then UT Administrator Kaptan Singh Solanki had approved the policy Later in May 2016 the UT Administration ordered inter-departmental transfer of 348 employees with immediate effect For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: April 23 2015 12:25 am Mohammed Morsi Related News When Mohamed Morsi took office in June 2012 as Egypt’s first democratically elected president after an uprising overthrew Hosni Mubarak few could have imagined him in the dock a year and a half later The sentencing of Morsi to 20 years’ imprisonment has ended the first of several trials the former Egyptian president faces Morsi and 14 other Muslim Brotherhood members were sentenced for ordering the arrest and torture of protesters when he was president but they were not charged with inciting their killing which could have carried the death penalty The remaining charges against Morsi are formidable: collusion with foreign militants to free Islamists from prison espionage and terrorist conspiracy in collaboration with Hamas Hezbollah and Iran’s Revolutionary Guards and endangering national security by leaking state secrets to Qatar via the al-Jazeera network Morsi has been defiant and foreign observers have claimed that the court is not meeting international fair trial guarantees but the former president cannot overlook the fact that he fell also because he had missed the opportunity to be president to all Egyptians Instead his presidency saw Egypt split further along the Islamist vs liberal/ minority faultline Morsi overreached when he gave himself absolute powers by decree in December 2012 and used Brotherhood supporters to quell the resulting unrest He never recovered Around the first anniversary of his presidency the army obliged protesters demanding his resignation and deposed him Now Egypt’s military and Abdel al-Sisi’s government appear to have returned the country to authoritarianism The Brotherhood has been banned and decimated While Cairo is right to fear extremists it must assess how post-Arab Spring disillusionment neighbouring Libya’s ungovernability wars in Yemen and Syria the Islamic State and Iran’s nuclear debate have made the Middle East volatile State high-handedness could make Egypt vulnerable again to the problems that have returned to haunt For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi/Ludhiana:Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was on Thursday heckled by activists from BJP its ally Akali Dal and Congress who staged protests at railway stations over allegations of misconduct against AAP leaders as he started his four-day visit to Punjab to give a push to the party’s poll campaign in the state File image of Delhi Chief Minsiter Arvind Kejriwal CNN-News18 Activists led by Delhi BJP women’s wing president Kamaljeet Sehrawat and party spokesman Praveen Kapoor raised slogans and waved bangles towards Kejriwal who arrived at platform number 1 at New Delhi railway station to board a train for Punjab at around 7 am Some protesters jostled with the policemen and Kejriwal was caught in the melee They demanded that Kejriwal speak on the alleged "misconduct" of his MLAs and expel Ashutosh for his controversial blog defending Sandeep Kumar who was sacked as minister over an alleged sex scandal Blaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Delhi Police for the alleged manhandling of the Chief Minister at the hands of women protesters of the BJP the Aam Aadmi Party said the law enforcement agency was a "mute spectator" during the "pre-planned" episode BJP however denied any manhandling and said party activists resorted to political protest "It is sad and shameful that those who once talked of daily dialogue with people today term political protest as an attack" Kapoor said As Kejriwal got down from the Delhi-Ludhiana-Amritsar Shatabdi express at Ludhiana railway station he was again greeted by protesters from the ruling SAD’s youth wing and opposition Congress’ women’s wing Youth Akali Dal leader Gurpreet Singh Gosha led by other party activists tried to give bangles to Kejriwal claiming his government had failed on all fronts Congress women wing’s Ludhiana district president Leena Tapria who also led a group of party activists raised slogans like "Kejriwal Go Back" As Kejriwal stepped out of the railway station he faced another group of protesters who claimed to be from a Hindu outfit However the Punjab police did not allow any protester to come near the Delhi Chief Minister Police said that they had deputed two Additional Deputy Commissioners of Police rank officers at the railway station besides deputing police personnel in strength to ensure there was no untoward incident Kejriwal’s visit on Thursday also coincides with the launch of a fourth front in the state by cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu ahead of 2017 assembly polls Sidhu is set to launch ‘Awaaz-e-Punjab’ front along with MLA Pargat Singh and two Ludhiana MLA brothers Simarjit Singh Bains and Balwinder Bains The AAP has been taken aback by the development as there was speculation that Sidhu could join the party after he parted ways with BJP and resigned from his Rajya Sabha membership The AAP which has been projecting itself as a viable alternative to Congress and SAD-BJP in the state has faced setbacks in the state including sacking of Sucha Singh Chhotepur as Punjab Convenor and Kejriwal’s visit is aimed at hearing the grievances of partymen and bringing the campaign back on track By: Express News Service | Updated: February 6 2015 11:56 pm Related News A new study by Jean Dreze and Reetika Khera reveals dramatic improvement in Bihar’s public distribution system (PDS) with grain leakages coming down from 909 per cent in 2004-05 to 242 per cent in 2011-12 True there is need for more micro and ground-level research to ascertain these findings which are based on mere comparison of household PDS consumption data from National Sample Survey rounds with official grain offtake figures from the FCI But if they are reasonably accurate the figures on leakages are heartening Seen alongside the vastly improved functioning of the PDS in Chhattisgarh and Odisha they suggest it is possible to ensure proper delivery of entitlements even in poor states Indeed once people start accessing their due rights the pressure on the system to deliver also increases Having said that however the current system of grain procurement and distribution isn’t the best way to deliver entitlements It is too deeply reliant on political will and the benevolence of individual chief ministers to work Leakages are the default setting hardwired into the system’s DNA That comes from the very fact that rice sells in the open market for Rs 25-30/ kg whereas it is sold through the PDS at Rs 3 To make this grain available the FCI incurs an economic cost of Rs 30/ kg on procurement stocking transport and distribution Indeed it is less expensive as well as more efficient for the Centre to simply transfer the subsidy directly into the bank accounts of the targeted beneficiaries for the latter to purchase their grain requirements from the open market The government can always procure and stock just enough grain for it to undertake market intervention to contain any price volatility With nearly 12 crore bank accounts having been opened under the Jan Dhan Yojana so far this switch is possible Share This Article Related Article The other reason why such a shift is necessary is that the average poor household consumes more grains around 50 kg per month as against the entitlement of 25 kg under the National Food Security Act These families have to then acquire the balance from the open market But with the government mopping up a third of India’s rice and wheat production — and probably half the marketable surplus — the markets are shallow and denuded of supply Direct benefit transfers will not make the poor any worse off than if they obtain their full PDS entitlements while making access to markets for the remainder of their dietary requirements easier For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 18 2017 10:31 pm Related News The video of Jennifer Lawrence was shot in a strip club in Austria Jennifer Lawrence was in a strip club in Austria last month She was there to celebrate her friend’s birthday and the night was wild That night she let her guard down and had some fun with her friends On Tuesday though the celeb site Radar Online posted a video of the Hunger Games actor In what looked like an attempt to shame the star they shared the video where Jennifer was seen on the stage Radar Online wrote “In a bombshell world exclusive RadarOnlinecom has obtained a jaw-dropping video of America’s sweetheart cutting loose like a low-rent gogo dancer in a Euro-trash strip club: riding a stripper pole spanking herself with dollar bills and SO much more” They also wrote about how Jennifer Lawrence lost her shirt amid all this and was seen dancing in her bra Also read |Cannes 2017: Deepika Padukone Elle Fanning are enjoying a girl’s day out at the beach See photos? cooperative and connected neighbourhood is essential for us to realise our destiny.com) when asked about the dip in form.Robin Dhillon 28, Locals caught one of the assailants and lynched him to death.the department declared the proposal as ?