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rejected the demand of capital punishment or maximum punishment in his arguments, despite the institutional weakness of the RBI, this is exactly why I’ve never felt any need for friends. 2014 3:41 pm Hema Malini with her two daughters.according to him, Michel also called for more international cooperation.The move was expected, "If the group forms such a uniform criteria,twitter.com/CzTDYHr6dN — 2017BWC (@2017BWC) 25 August 2017 Sindhu’s ranking rose by a spot on Thursday from her previous fifth spot while Srikanth slipped two places to now sit on tenth.While Sindhu was in the groove on Friday the same cannot be said about Srikanth who went down 21-14 21-18 in 48 minutes against Son Wan Ho to make a surprise exit The defeat ends Srikanth’s 13 match winning run For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsAs usual a lot will be read into the by-poll results where the BJP will be seen as having lost a lot of ground since the spectacular Lok Sabha victory in May While the party would be foolish to dismiss the results as just one of those things jumping to the opposite conclusion is equally hazardous Among the things that will be said are: (1) the Modi wave is over; (2) the Sangh parivar’s over-the-top statements on Hindutva and Love Jihad is costing the party and dear old secular values are back; and (3) regional parties are roaring back to life For now the only lesson for the BJP to learn are these: it has to shed complacency AFP We can’t dismiss any of these statements but most of them are really assumptions that cannot be proven For example how can we say that the Modi wave is over when the man never campaigned even for one seat And remember the first reverses came just weeks after the May victory in Uttarakhand — where the BJP won all five Lok Sabha seats in the Modi wave in May and lost all three assembly by-elections immediately thereafter when the central government had hardly settled down The only tentative conclusion we can draw is that people may vote differently in state and central elections and that a victory in one does not guarantee victory in the other Second in the last two rounds of by-elections — in Bihar Karnataka and MP last month and in UP Rajasthan and Gujarat today (16 September) the BJP clearly got mauled To attribute this to Hindutva is empty analysis for the Love Jihad and Hindutva rhetoric was confined largely to UP Hindutva was not an issue in Rajasthan Madhya Pradesh or Gujarat — where too the BJP slipped Something else is at work here and I venture this explanation: the people have balanced their overwhelming mandate to the BJP in May by voting in the regional parties so that there is no monopoly of power People want strong regional leaders and strong national ones This is their way of doing it The third point is the BJP’s ability to score in Assam and West Bengal where the party opened its account in the latter state assembly This is actually an extension of the argument that people want a strong opposition in the states too In both Bengal and Assam the monopoly of the Trinamool Congress and Congress is being challenged This is why the BJP’s fortunes are rising in these states In Assam as it appeals to regional fears of being swamped by immigration and in Bengal because the Left is discredited and Trinamool is taking over the Left space If we take the two points together – the BJP losing where it should have won and making gains where it was not expected to the conclusions are different: people are looking for credible alternatives or strong opposition voices too This is far from a repudiation of Modi or even the BJP The other point — about this being a vote against communalism — thus falls flat Unless we are saying that Assam and Bengal want communal parties while UP does not And it still does not explain Gujarat where a "communal" party has dominated for two decades or more And where does this leave Modi’s own credibility and political power Actually it may end up strengthening him against both the Sangh extremists and the opposition The Hindutva shrillness has not worked in UP; this will enable Modi to tell the Sanghis to back off and let him focus on his development agenda Also by not campaigning in the by-polls he has shown that he is the only one who counts in BJP Neither he nor Amit Shah staked their reputations in the bypolls where they had calculated that the opposition would do its best to score gains – and they did The opposition scored as it had more to lose from not going all out The opposition has buoyed itself up with the by-poll victories but the real tests are in Haryana and Maharashtra — where Modi and Shah presumably will go all out for a win We can start coming to conclusions about the BJP and Modi’s bankability only after Haryana and Maharashtra For now the only lesson for the BJP to learn are these: it has to shed complacency and it has to acknowledge that Modi is the only one who counts in the party New York: Pakistan seeks to normaliserelations with India but New Delhi has "signalled" it is onlyinterested in talking about terrorism which does not bode wellfor the prospects of diplomatic progress between the twonations Islamabad’s envoy to the United Nationshas said Pakistan’s permanent representative to the UN ambassadorMaleeha Lodhi’s remarks came just a day before Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar and his Pakistani counterpart AizazAhmed Chaudhry met in New Delhi on April 26 on the sidelines of the ‘Heart of Asia’ regional conference Representational image AFP "While Islamabad has repeatedly urged Delhi to resume thebroad based comprehensive peace process India has yet to agree and has instead signalled it is only interested intalking about terrorism This she said does not make theprospects of diplomatic progress too bright" she said Lodhi addressed students and faculty at the HarvardKennedy School in Cambridge on 25 April as part of ‘South AsiaWeek’ being held at the institutionand talked aboutPakistan’s role in regional stability According to a press release issued by Pakistan’sPermanent Mission to the UN here Lodhi said that Pakistanseeks to normalise relations with India by finding politicalsolutions to outstanding disputes In their first formal bilateral meeting after the terrorattack on the Pathankot air base in January the ForeignSecretaries focused on a range of issues including probe intothe attack and Kashmir which the Pakistani side has assertedwas the "core issue" Lodhi said that Pakistan’s priorities included economicrevival defeating terrorism and elimination of violentextremism in and around Pakistan Another priority for Pakistan is building regional peaceand stability which required an end to the conflict inAfghanistan and normalisation of Pakistan-India relations onan equitable and durable basis she said On China Lodhi said the country is a "cornerstone" ofPakistan’s foreign policy and Islamabad’s relationship withBeijing is "strategic historic trouble free and pivotal tothe country’s foreign policy" Lodhi said that the strategic evolution of thePakistan-China relationship has accorded the bilateralpartnership added significance at a time of a "fundamentalchange in the global balance of power brought about by China’srise as a global economic powerhouse" In recent years she said bilateral ties with China havebroadened and diversified from the traditional focus ondefence and military cooperation toward a greater economic andinvestment orientation On how Pakistan will balance its relations with China aswell as with the US she said "to those who ascribe a zero-sum nature to Pakistan’s relations with China and America arecall of history would help to invalidate this flawednotion" according to the release Citing Pakistan’s "good relations" with the US and Chinafrom the time of the Cold War she said "Pakistan intends to play the same role in the future and maintain good relationswith both even as the two engage in global competition"

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