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apparently suddenly discovering that he had committed “serious mistakes” and “misbehaved” with woman cadres. Prasad had left the party in the early 1990s came back and was later punished for “misbehaving” with women cadres But the party went on to promote him They are not the only examples Several commanders have recently left the party with their loves including the one who led the team that abducted then Sukma collector Alex Paul Menon It may be the genuine need of a guerrilla army largely located in forests to avoid relations and families but by condemning the transgressors who once served as loyal soldiers as “traitors” they decry their own ideology Politburo member Kishenji was killed in an encounter in November 2011 following a “booby trap” helped by his aide Suchitra Mahato Interestingly Suchitra got close to Kishanji after her husband Sasadhar also a senior commander was killed in March 2011 After Kishenji’s death Suchitra married another comrade before the couple surrendered in March 2012 However despite the fact that Kishenji had committed what may be seen as a graver error in allowing himself to be misled in a relationship he was never denounced by the Maoists Ashtuosh is a special correspondent based in Raipur For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nandini Rathi | New Delhi | Updated: February 13 2017 10:25 am Related News Ensuring a safe and whole release of movies is lately becoming difficult in the subcontinent Three days ago the Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) in Pakistan blocked the release the Shah Rukh Khan Mahira Khan-starrer Raees over a stated absurd objection that “the content undermines Islam and a specific religious sect [while also] portraying Muslims as criminals wanted persons and terrorists” according to Dawn Yesterday CBFC decided to eviscerate another impending Bollywood release: Akshay Kumar’s Jolly LLB 2 – this time more specifically over the “negative portrayal of Kashmiri Muslims” The chief of the body Mobashir Hasan has reportedly required excisions of several key ‘objectionable’ scenes of the film before dusting their hands off it The heavily edited film temporary left the distributors in a fix about whether to even bother releasing it It is hard not to smell a whiff of vendetta against Bollywood in the air across the border given the toothless reasons offered to uphold the straight ban and the deep edit WATCH VIDEO |Arshad Warsi On Being Replaced By Akshay Kumar In Jolly LLB 2 Then again things are hardly rosy on the democratic domestic end where freedom of expression is ostensibly a constitutional right Cuts violence on sets assurances to fringe groups – we have seen it all over the last few months with Sanjay Leela Bhansali Shah Rukh Khan Karan Johar and most recently the four deletions within a scene demanded of Jolly LLB 2 by the honorable judges of the Bombay High Court after entertaining an advocate’s petition who without watching the then-unreleased film had come to the conclusion that it made a mockery of the legal profession The judges called for a 3-member committee to examine the film which in turn recommended the mandated cuts Are our honorable democratic institutions and professional committees so weak that a few shots within a movie should worry them and elicit action Wouldn’t it have been better if they had instead resisted hypersensitivity in taking offence like lay person communities Just a thought WATCH VIDEO |Mahira Khan’s Online Date with Shah Rukh Khan & Fans After Raees’ success Movies like the perennial soft targets that they are along with visual art and books have been getting caught in the crosshairs of cultural and fringe-group politics and their makers complying to prevent further damage One cannot bother with Pakistan’s churlishness but this should concern us in India as a democracy For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: January 24 2015 12:00 am Related News In a last ditch attempt to rescue the Eurozone from a deflationary spiral — inflation was minus 02 per cent in December and the unemployment rate is 115 per cent — the European Central Bank (ECB) announced an open-ended government bond buying programme Mario Draghi president of the ECB announced on Thursday that it would buy 60 billion euros of bonds each month until September 2016 But crucially Draghi added that the programme would remain in place “until we see a sustained adjustment in the path of inflation which is consistent with our aim of achieving inflation rates below but close to 2 per cent” Draghi’s public commitment to near-2 per cent inflation is an important signal and might go some way in breaking deflationary expectations In the coming days the euro is likely to weaken — this is a good thing for exports and spurring inflation — and sovereign bond yields will fall further leading to an adjustment of financial portfolios towards more risky assets Greece whose yields have in fact risen due to political uncertainty and which goes to the polls on Sunday is the exception While the programme is bigger than expected and must have taken some nimble negotiation the ECB’s announcement seems a few months too late It is also complicated by involved risk-sharing across the national central banks of the Eurozone and the reliance of European firms on bank finance rather than capital markets While better late than never its success compared to QE programmes in the US and the UK remains to be seen But Draghi’s announcement could be a boon for the Narendra Modi government While the UPA had to contend with high inflation and external vulnerability due to the imminent tapering of the US Federal Reserve’s QE programme the NDA has been lucky with global oil and commodity prices and their effect on moderating inflation And now with the ECB’s QE programme effectively neutralising the Fed’s bond-buying wind-down it holds out the assurance of continuing comfortable global liquidity and money streaming into Indian capital markets This is not just because India is not a commodity exporter but also because it seems more comfortably placed with brighter growth prospects than its emerging market peers But there is no room for complacency “Sentiment” may have returned to the market but the investment cycle has not yet restarted All eyes are on the Union budget The Centre must start by rationalising the subsidy regime and bringing the GST For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPakistan on Thursday claimed that India has not shared any evidence about the assault on an Army campin Uri town in Kashmir that left 18 Indian soldiers dead and accused India of blaming others for terror attacks Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria said Pakistan would wait for any investigation by India into the Uri attack "I want to draw a distinction between evidence and information What they have shared with us is just a piece of paper In the previous incidents too there has been exchange of papers We are waiting for details to come" he said He said Pakistan cannot comment prior to independent investigation report of the Uri attack Representational image AFP He alleged that India was desperate to divert attention from Kashmir and had demonstrated capability of staging terrorists attack on its soil and blaming it on others "We have seen time and again that India would blame another country for terrorist activity and somewhere down the line it would turn out to be the handiwork of its own security agencies A glaring example of this is the Samjhauta Express terrorist attack in February 2007" he said Zakaria said "unprovoked violations on the LoC by the Indian security forces" killed two Pakistani soldiers Commenting on the situation in Kashmir he said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif effectively highlighted in the UN and apprised the world community about it He said Pakistan will continue to raise the issue of Kashmir at the UN OIC and all other international forums as also with the HR Organizations across the world The spokesperson said Pakistan remains committed to extending complete diplomatic political and moral support to the Kashmiris’ movement for self-determination He said Pakistan had learnt "India’s unfortunate decision of not attending the summit" and alleged that India has a track record of impeding the Saarc process He said that India’s negative attitude has had a direct bearing on the welfare and betterment in this region "which is highly regrettable" To a question that India was isolating Pakistan he said Pakistan cannot be isolated by mere statements of the Indian Prime Minister "Pakistan enjoys friendly and close relations with the comity of nations and Prime Minister of Pakistan’s engagements on the sidelines of the 71st UNGA session China’s massive investments joint exercises with Russia visit of Iranian Naval ships signing of mega project agreements with Central Asian States Russia China and International Financial Institutions make Indian claim a laughing stock" he said Zakariasaid Pakistan had not received any formal communication from India on Indus Waters treaty which is binding on both India and Pakistan and has no exit provision "According to the sub-provisions (3) and (4) of the Article XII of the IWT the Treaty cannot be altered or revoked unilaterally" he said which was heading to St Petersburg, It got published and remained in the market to be read for more than four years. If we give time its space to work itself out, All the Services and Intelligence agency bosses attend some committee meetings.s control over the CBI is so exercised as to ensure that the agency? and New Hampshire, Trump drew loud cheers in Atkinson when he vowed to build a massive wall between the U. His idealism for pure Socialism was sweet music to his followers, 2016 1:19 pm Bigg Boss 10.

is among the accused. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | United Nations | Published: December 22.

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