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effective management is needed in this regard” a release issued by the organisers here today quoted Ramesh as saying He said the government has started steps to convert primary health centres to family health centres Prof V Balakrishnan was conferred the lifetime ahievement award for his immense contribution to the field of Gastroenterology in Kerala on the occasion Chief guest Padma Shri Prof Dr T S Chandrasekar President Indian Society of Gastroenterology honoured around 20 senior teachers and faculty members on the occasion For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Tanvir Aeijaz | Published: September 13 2017 10:38 pm NSUI’s Rocky Tusseed and Kunal Sehrawat flash victory signs as they celebrate with the supporters after winning the President and vice-president’s posts in DUSU 2017 elections in New Delhi on Wednesday (Source: PTI) Related News What differentiates democracy from any other form of political representation is that in it the opposition stands similar if not equal chance to win the elections In the Delhi University Students’ Union (DUSU) election results today the main opposition National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) – backed by congress party – bagged the two topmost post of President and Vice-President indicating the swing in the voters preferences and of course hope in democracy DUSU elections are quintessentially elections contested by major political parties but fought by students at the university level An election that throws the possibility of further agitations and directions in student’s politics and movement in the university The kind of opprobrium the word politics has acquired that people take it as an admixture of cynicism skepticism and mistrust Student politics being no exception to such politics and quite susceptible to violence has also acquired much of distrust in the civil society At the Ramjas College event early this year for example we witnessed the murky side of DUSU politics where RSS-BJP backed Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) were up in arms against the students and teachers who had organized the conference on protest movements The violence during the event left one university teacher fighting for his life In this background therefore the Ramjas College election had become significant In this election the students at Ramjas College rejected the politics of violence and hate This marks a turning point in DUSU elections The election results at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in the recent past is also significant in two ways One that the Left combine and Birsa Ambedkar Phule Students’ Association (BAPSA) managed to garner more than two third of votes and both groups against ABVP politics the tumult and the series of crisis university witnessed since the appointment of incumbent vice-chancellor did have an impact on voters’ behavior The students at JNU rejected the politics of aggression and tank-nationalism of the right wing Second the university where discourse culture must thrive and therefore anything and everything must be discussed in and out of the universe bereft of violence emphatically grounded it in electoral politics The election results of both universities DU and JNU is also significant keeping in mind the afflictive despondency and frustration bogging the general students They certainly want to resist and protest and speak truth to power Student politics and movement has its own history A large number of students participated in the freedom movement at various stages and also launched agitations against university college authorities and government The student’s movement is significant as they not only protest against the misuse of rules regulations and laws by the authorities but also their protest are political economic moral and educational They also protest about the immediate issues affecting them as students Their protests are also one way of letting-off steam from the strong traditional controls of family caste and religion over their behavior They participate in collective action ‘to do something about their pathetic condition’ The articulation and aggregation of such interests often takes and ideological and political shape We have seen students of JNU fighting issues of national importance such as privatization or nationalism In DU however the issues are rather micro and local But this year DU students have become more politicized thanks to Ramjas event and therefore the ideological battle got sharpened The political public space in the universities are getting increasingly contentious At DU the left backed AISA is increasingly making its presence felt at all the levels of discourse in the university space Do we see hope in students politics The simple and straight answer is yes They are primarily taking all essential steps in the form of non-institutionalised collective political action that strive for political and/or social change Students movements are the least studied among all social movements We hardly have the data of the identities of students participating in different agitations We are deficient in our understanding of the processes of growth of the protest and the way in which it moves on and draws in students previously nonchalant to such protests Nonetheless we are sure that the kind of student leaders we have is the kind of future leaders we have for the nation For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: May 12 2015 12:34 am Pacheco’s counsel who had initially wanted four weeks to surrender finally pleaded for three-four days more but the court remained firm on its decision and rejected his request Related News The Supreme Court on Monday ordered former Goa Minister Francisco Pacheco who has been evading arrest for over a month after being sentenced to jail for six months in an assault case to surrender immediately A bench of Justices FMI Kalifulla and Shiva Kirti Singh reproached the sitting MLA from Nuvem for trying to fix the date and time of his surrender in accordance with his convenience Pacheco was the Rural Development Minister in Goa’s BJP-led government until April 3 “We are not going to give you any more time You are like everybody else to us and you must surrender immediately You are a convict You have to surrender and serve your sentence It is not done We will not entertain your plea” the bench told Pacheco’s lawyer His counsel claimed Pacheco had to pay the price of being a politician “A politician is presumed to be guilty by everyone even without a trial My being a politician has been my biggest disadvantage and nobody wants to listen to me I am not even treated like an ordinary citizen” he argued Share This Article Related Article The bench however nixed this argument pointing out Pacheco has been on the run for more than a month now The bench told Pacheco’s counsel: “The court orders will have to be executed You must surrender right away Why should we give any extra time to you Why do you want that special treatment Surrender immediately What applies to others will apply to you as well We are not sitting here for anybody special All are equal before the law” Pacheco’s counsel who had initially wanted four weeks to surrender finally pleaded for three-four days more but the court remained firm on its decision and rejected his request The same bench had on March 30 dismissed Pacheco’s appeal against the 2014 order of the Bombay High Court at Goa sentencing him to six months in jail Pacheco has been convicted for assaulting an electricity department junior engineer in 2006 Last month a trial court had issued a warrant to search the Delhi residence of former Goa CM and Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar after Rodrigues alleged that Pacheco was hiding there The warrant was however stayed on an appeal by the state government which argued that searching Parrikar’s residence would cause embarrassment to the country For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News knowing they will get a meal and a place to rest, that Shiv’s family will be rehabilitated and MGNREGA works in Surguja will be resumed, dynamic updates, The CBDT will also activate the option of filing tax returns using the mobile app in the coming months.

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For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Los Angeles | Published: July 21 2011 1:24 pm Related News One of the only two known copies of an alleged porn short film starring screen icon Marilyn Monroe is being auctioned at Buenos Aires film collecting festival The initial price of the print is USD 500000 at the auctionwhich takes place from August 6 to 7 at the Borges Cultural Centrethe Hollywood Reporter said quoting EFE The black and white short film was shot sometime between 1946 and 1947 and event promoter Mikal Barsa is expecting the print to fetch the double of the initial price The six minutes film was owned by a Spanish collector who recently passed away Barsa has also sold the only other copy of this filmwhich surfaced in 1997 and was sold to a private collector for USD 12 million in 2001 But many still doubt that Monroe is in the film To back the authenticity of the movieBarsa mentioned documents from the FBI investigating the origin of the filmand a set of jewelry worn by Monroe in the film that is the same as what she wore on other films and photos she did around that time Barsa said that an American officer took these films to Francewhere they remained stored and forgotten for decades in an antique shop in Parisuntil two Spanish collectors unknowingly bought them together with other filmsand later discovered the great resemblance of the film’s star with Monroe For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: December 2 2010 3:18 pm Related News The city of Mumbai has ousted Bollywood beauty Chitrangada Singh as the muse of veteran filmmaker Sudhir Mishra who says that his latest film ‘Tera Kya Hoga Johnny’ is an ode to the ‘City of Dreams’ The film has been in the making for the past three years and Mishra says it is a labour of love; his tribute to the city which made him who he is “I was not born in Mumbai but I would not have been myself if I did not come to Mumbaithe city made me who I am It is the eternal muse which has inspired me over the years” said Mishra Mishra’s romance with the maximum city began when he co-wrote the cult classic ‘Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron’a colourful take on corruption He went on to explore the myriad moods of the place and it’s people with movies like ‘Dharavi’’Is Raat Ki Subah Nahi’ and ‘Chameli’ But the National Award winning filmmaker rues the loss of the warmth which was once the characteristic of the city which never sleeps “It is the story of hopeambition and life of a 16-year-old boy who lives on the streets of Mumbai and sells coffee He is the metaphor for everything that I love about Mumbaiit is the city which allows you to dream But Mumbai has changed over the years It has become more hostile and less warm” said Mishra But the filmmaker is quick to clarify that ‘Tera Kya Hoga Johnny’ does not delve into the ‘Marathi manoos vs immigrant’ debate and instead looks at the changing face of the city “My characters are all Mumbaikars Though I was not born in the city I have lived here all my life and consider myself a Mumbaikar The issue of immigrants is not central to the story but more of a passing thought in the background” said Mishra Even as Mumbai races ahead in it’s attempt to become the next ShanghaiJohhny’s life changes when he meets a stranger and what follows is a thriller with many twists and turns The filmmaker however quickly dismissed comparisons with ‘Slumdog Millionaire’the Mumbai-based potboiler about a street urchin’s quest for lovewhich went on to win eight Oscars “The film is about how I experienced Mumbai and therefore it is like no other film because it is very personal” said Mishra The film which releases on December 17 stars debutante Sikandar Agarwal in the lead Neil Nitin MukeshSoha Ali KhanKaran NathKay Kay Menon and Shahana Goswami have pivotal roles It also stars filmmakers Anurag Kashyap and Aditya Bhattacharya For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: March 28 2011 11:41 am Related News It’s often said that younger years are the best of one’s life Buta new study says that people actually become happier when they grow older Researchers have found that happiness peaks after the middle-age when people started growing oldereasily eclipsing the earlier years and peaking as late as the eighties An easing of the responsibilities of middle age combined with maturity and the ability to focus on the things people enjoy combine to make old age far more enjoyable than one might expect This is greatly increased by having good healtha stable income and good relationships with family and friendsaccording to the researchers Prof Lewis Wolpert at University College Londonwho led the studysaid most people were “averagely happy” in their teens and twentiesdeclining until early middle age as they try to support a family and a career He was quoted by ‘The Daily Telegraph’ as saying”But thenfrom the mid-fortiespeople tend to become ever more cheerful and optimisticperhaps reaching a maximum in their late seventies or eighties” The studypublished by the American National Academy of Sciencesbased on a survey of 341000 peoplehas revealed that enjoyment of life dwindled throughout early adulthood but began an upward trend in the late forties and continued to increase until reaching a peak at 85 Andrew Steptoeprofessor of psychology at University College Londonsaid elderly people today benefit from better health and opportunities now than 30 years agoadding good health and a secure income were “very important” in old age For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related Newsthis specific mutation may disrupt crucial developmental processes, yoga and meditation. 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