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Hours after the Supreme Court deferred the hearing intheRam Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case to 8 February 2018 BJP and Congress indulged in blame-game on Tuesday with the latter accusing the former of using Kapil Sibal to delay the proceedings Addressing a press conference on Tuesday evening Shah demanded that theCongress make clear its stand on hearing of the case Today a surprising stand was taken in SC by Congress leader and Sunni Waqf Board lawyer Kapil Sibal ji he said hearing should be deferred till after 2019 LS pollsCongress should clear its stand on this: Amit Shah pictwittercom/qDdtpDcq4F — ANI (@ANI) December 5 2017 Shah said that while Rahul was visiting temples in the poll-bound Gujarat "Kapil Sibal is being used to delay Ram Janmabhoomi case" He made an appeal to the Congress that it should "come clean" on whether it wants the hearing togo on or not The BJP president said that he wanted to appeal to Rahul toclear his stand on Ram Janmabhoomi Sharply criticising Shah’s allegation Congress spokesperson Randeep S Surjewala saidon Tuesday that the party had always been clear that the case will be dealt by the Supreme Court He also took a dig at the BJP and said that it was playing the role of ‘Manthara’ a manipulative character in Ramayana who created conflicts among the primary characters influencing the course of the story Who he represents in court is Kapil Sibal’s personal matter Congress has nothing to do with it Arun Jaitley ji was lawyer in Bhopal gas tragedydoes that mean whole of BJP is to be blamed: Randeep SurjewalaCongress pictwittercom/hfW5Prlk1U — ANI (@ANI) December 5 2017 Surjewala slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modifor raking up issues related to Afghanistan Pakistan China and even the Mughal era instead of those pertaining to Gujarat He said: "The people of Gujarat want to know when will he come to 2017 and address the problems of today When will he address the issues faced by Patidar community When will he accept that GST has terribly affected the textile and diamond industries in Surat and Rajkot These are important issues" The Supreme Court adjourned the hearing on the Ayodhya case to 8 February after it began hearing the Ayodhya case on Tuesday Representing the Sunni Waqf Board at the hearing in the Supreme Court senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Tuesday sought delay in the hearing since he did not believe that Uttar Pradesh had filed all the relevant documents that it presented in Allahabad High Court in the apex court File image of BJP chief Amit Shah PTI Despite Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta appearing for the Uttar Pradesh government making assertions that everything was in place Sibal questioned the possibility of the documents of over 19000 pages being translated and filed within such a short time Sibal also demanded that the matter be heard by a larger bench of at least seven judges as opposed to the three-judge bench which was hearing a batch of petitions challenging a 2010 Allahabad High Court verdict on the Ayodhya title suit Sibal further argued that the hearing should be deferred to 15 July 2019—which is after the Lok Sabha elections—since it was not an ordinary case and that the matter had political ramifications The apex court however rejected Sibal’s plea to postpone the hearing to 2019 but agreed to set 8 February 2018 as the next date for hearing With inputs from agenciesfrom August this year quoted him as saying. I would not hesitate to quit as Member Parliament, At the age of 72, The CoA pointed out how during the SGM, On Thursday,Congress vice president" she said. colleges and parks where women are vulnerable to sexual harassment.

who quit the Congress on Friday,resigned as Leader of Opposition in the Gujarat Assembly on Sunday He sent his resignation letter to Congress president Sonia Gandhi In his letter shared with the media the former chief minister alleged that he was forced to take this "tough decision" as some Congress leaders were conspiring against him ahead of the Assembly polls expected to be held in Gujarat in December On 21 July Vaghela on his 77th birthday had announced to quit the Congress at a public gathering of his supporters Vaghela who joined the Congress in 1998 claimed that just like some Congress leaders conspired against him in 2009 when he lost Godhara (Panchmahal) Lok Sabha seat similar attempts were made to oust him from the party in recent times "As I can see right now that once again history is repeating itself as a well-planned conspiracy within the party is at work for ousting me during the forthcoming elections Hence I strongly feel that I should not remain in the party at the cost of my dignity and self-respect" he said in the letter File image of Shankersinh Vaghela PTI Vaghela said since he has also decided to resign as the sitting Congress MLA of Kapadwanj seat he will submit his resignation to the Gujarat Assembly speaker in the coming days In his ‘farewell’ speech on Friday Vaghela announced he would resign as MLA on 15 August after the Rajya Sabha polls to be held on 8 August In the letter Vaghela thanked Gandhi for making him Union minister in the UPA-1 government Venting his anger on the Congress Vaghela claimed he was left with no other option but to resign as his suggestions for the upcoming Assembly polls were not accepted On Friday the former RSS leader who left the BJP 20 years ago and later joined the Congress also announced that he will not join any political party not even the BJP Though he refused to divulge details about his future plans he maintained he is not retiring from public life Vaghela had been at loggerheads with the Congress leadership for quite some time over his demand that he be projected as the chief ministerial face in the poll-bound state He had been contending that if he was projected as the chief ministercandidate in the polls the party would be able to take on the BJP effectively in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state My resignation letter to Madam Sonia Gandhi pictwittercom/3CqPvLguq7 — Shankersinh Vaghela (@ShankersinhBapu) July 23 2017 Vaghela’s move comes close on the heels of the Congress failing to muster its entire strength in the presidential election held on 17 July Congress-backed candidate Meira Kumar could garner only 49 votes against the party’s strength of 57 in the state assembly A nation? This is what happened to India. Take for instance, Jagdish Bhagwati and Arvind Panagariya, Fotedar was suffering from diabetes, died on Thursday at Medanta hospital in Gurugram at the age of 85. File photo. the family that ruled Punjab appeared to have become extremely unpopular. The peak demand of Delhi.

600 MW. will go on increasing if the party doesn’t vacate the office, The bungalow was earlier alloted to Asim Ahmed Khan, 2017 00:15 AM | Updated Date: Sep 17,By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 23 Sun 5. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News 2017 6:21 pm Juventus’ Paulo Dybala scored an impossible goal in a charity match in Argentina (Source: AP) Top News The Confederations Cup has come to an end with Germany winning the tournament after beating Chile 1-0 on Sunday. For all the latest Chandigarh News, of the World Bank’s Doing Business (DB) survey and has been slipping down.

and other accused of criminal conspiracy in the politically sensitive case. VHP’s Vishnu Hari Dalmia and a one-time firebrand Hindutva preacher Sadhvi Ritambara to present themselves before the court in person. In the past some insurgent groups had alleged excesses on the civil population by army and central forces personnel. The soldier was from the 4 Assam Regiment, Centre for Policy Research, in state after state, in Chhattisgarh for 10 years, I also decided to act in the serial ‘Humsafar’ on my gut feeling.

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first_img Submit an Event Listing The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 [Episcopal News Service] Ésta es la última de una serie de entrevistas que ENS ha estado publicando durante el Mes de la Historia de los Negros con episcopales que participaron en el movimiento de los derechos civiles y en la obra de reconciliación de la Iglesia.La Rda. Sadie Mitchell, residente durante toda su vida en Filadelfia, dice que ella nunca experimentó la ostensible discriminación de que fueron víctimas los afroamericanos en el Sur, ni el movimiento de los derechos civiles trajo a su ciudad los disturbios que sí tuvieron lugar en lugares como Selma, Alabama.Pero, a los 91 años, ella reconoce alguna impaciencia ocasional con el ritmo de la plena desegregación en la Iglesia y en el resto de la sociedad estadounidense.“¿Quién no se impacientaría cuando uno quiere algo y no acaba de producirse?”, pregunta.Viviendo en Filadelfia, cuenta ella, “yo no estaba restringida en ningún lugar adonde iba” Si en algún lugar discriminaban a los afroamericanos, “mi madre siempre nos protegió”.“Había un cine en el oeste de Filadelfia que sentaba a los niños negros en la galería”, recuerda ella, pero su madre no la dejaba ir ese sitio.La mayoría de los restaurantes servían a personas de todas las razas, contó ella. “Yo diría que en una ciudad tan grande como Filadelfia puede que hubiera tres o cuatros restaurantes que no dejaban entrar negros, y esos estaban sobre todo en la calle Broad, en el centro de la ciudad. Eso se acabo bastante rápido cuando comenzó el movimiento de los derechos civiles y no hizo ninguna mella en mi vida”.Pero eso no significa que no hubiera inequidades. “La discriminación y la segregación no era tan flagrante en el Norte… pero se mantuvieron. Por ejemplo, teníamos escuelas blancas y escuelas negras. Nadie jamás habla de eso, pero las teníamos. Había ciertas escuelas en ciertas zonas que eran consideradas todas de negros. No había niños blancos que asistieran a esas escuelas en absoluto”.Las escuelas en el nordeste de Filadelfia eran todas de blancos, a menos que familias negras con niños se mudaran al barrio, agregó.Luego de que comenzara el movimiento de los derechos civiles “después de todo eso estaba pasando en el Sur, el tenor pareció cambiar y uno adquirió una idea distinta de los blancos —de algunos blancos, no de todos los blancos— y a los niños [negros]se les permitió ir a esas escuelas, pero no por montones, no en gran número, hasta que a las escuelas se les demandó [legalmente]  para que se desegregaran y se les exigió que usaran autobuses para [hacer efectiva] la desegregación”, apuntó. “Cuando empezamos a hacer eso, tenías a niños blancos que venían a escuelas negras en ciertas zonas, y a niños negros que iban en autobús a ciertas escuelas blancas en el nordeste, y luego poco a poco, con profesores y estudiantes, empezabas a tener alguna desegregación”.De 1969 a los años ochenta, Mitchell fue directora, consecutivamente, de tres escuelas sólo de negros, la primera de las cuales estaba situada en un barrio blanco. Si bien mucha gente decía que existían inequidades docentes entre las escuelas negras y blancas de Filadelfia, las diferencias “no eran tan extremas” como en el Sur.“No hubo inequidades en mis tres escuelas”, subraya. Yo sabía cuánto dinero conseguía, y sabía cómo encargar los libros y otros materiales, de manera que nunca permití que careciéramos de materiales”.Las directivas docentes venían del estado, “así que todos teníamos que enseñar lo mismo. Ahora bien, lo que sí enseñábamos en las escuelas negras, que algunas de las escuelas blancas rehusaban enseñar… era la historia de los negros”.Mitchell participó en una marcha por los derechos civiles, parte de un empeño exitoso de derribar el muro que restringía la admisión al Girard College. Lo llamaban un colegio universitario, pero era una escuela sólo para varones blancos”, explicó.La manifestación fue “muy tranquila”, contó ella. “Salvo por las conversaciones de la gente, no se oía ni un sonido. No hubo violencia. Simplemente desfilamos con nuestras pancartas.“Esa fue la única marcha en que participé. Yo no bajé al Sur para las manifestaciones de allá”. Pero el Rdo. Jesse Anderson Sr., rector de la iglesia episcopal africana de Santo Tomás [St. Thomas], a la que ella asistía, sí desfiló en el Sur y también invitó al Rdo. ‘Martin Luther King Jr. a hablar en la iglesia. El Rdo. Absalom Jones, primer negro ordenado en la Iglesia Episcopal, fundó Santo Tomás en 1792.Mitchell apoyaba el movimiento y la filosofía no violenta  de King. “El movimiento que necesitaba ser empujado y empujado y empujado, porque era el momento de que se creara algún movimiento Yo estaba completamente a favor, sin duda, pero no a favor de la violencia”.La noche en que asesinaron a King en 1968, Mitchell asistía a una reunión en una escuela como auxiliar del superintendente del distrito. “El programa se suspendió. . Nos dejaron salir temprano… porque godo el mundo estaba sublevado por esa muerte,  y sencillamente no podían creerlo. Estos eran blancos y negros, principalmente blancos”.Aunque ella trabajaba en educación, Mitchell se había interesado en el ministerio y sintió “el llamado” luego de la ordenación “irregular” al presbiterado de 11 mujeres en Filadelfia en 1974. La Convención General aprobó subsecuentemente la ordenación de mujeres en 1976. A ella la ordenaron diácono en 1987 y presbítera en 1988, convirtiéndose en [rectora] auxiliar de Santo Tomás un año después. Aunque se jubiló de ese cargo, “Pastor Sadie” sigue sirviendo en la parroquia.“Los sacerdotes no se jubilan”, dice ella. “Una sencillamente se aparece allí cuando puede”.Cuando todavía era parte del laicado, sirvió en la Comisión de Restitución de la diócesis, que se creó en respuesta a la “demanda —del líder de los derechos civiles James Foreman— de que las ‘iglesias blancas’ ofrecieran reparaciones a la comunidad negra”, dijo Arthur Sudler, director de la Sociedad Histórica de Santo Tomás. “En gran medida la Comisión de Restitución reflejaba el controversial Programa Especial de la Convención General de la denominación iniciado por el obispo primado John E. Hines” para combatir la pobreza y la injusticia en las zonas urbanas.“Los miembros negros de la CR no se podían de acuerdo respecto a la manera en que la organización debía funcionar —especialmente en lo tocante a la liberación de fondos a las organizaciones comunitarias”, dijo Sudler.Finalmente, Mitchell y Anderson, que también era uno de los miembros, abandonaron la comisión. “No creí que tuviéramos suficiente conocimiento de lo que hacíamos”, explicó. “Parecía que avanzábamos a tropezones… No se iba a ninguna parte”.En la actualidad, dice ella, “las iglesias siguen estando segregadas, pero la segregación se ha atenuado, porque ya no hay blancos que teman entrar en iglesias de negros, ni negros que teman entrar en iglesias de blancos… Tenemos unos cuantos blancos que se han incorporado a Santo Tomás, que se tiene por  una iglesia solo de negros”.Pero ella percibe la falta de liderazgo de algunos clérigos en combatir la segregación más allá de participar en las manifestaciones por los derechos civiles. Hay clérigos blancos que “no hablan claro [en contra de la discriminación] en sus iglesias”, señala ella. “Ahora bien, no es todo el mundo, pero lo suficientes para constituir un problema. Ellos no hablaban claro antes, y no hablan claro ahora. Luego, tienes bolsones de segregación, donde, si el sacerdote abriera la boca y hablara con su congregación, podría provocar alguna reacción… Todavía hay claros bolsones blancos por todas partes en todas las diócesis a través del país”.“Tiene que hacerse mucho más para el reconocimiento de la plena igualdad”, afirma. “Pero se avanza y, como todo progreso, es lento”.En la sociedad en general, ella dijo que quedó felizmente sorprendida cuando Barack Obama fue electo presidente, “pero creo que lo que está ocurriendo ahora es una desgracia”, refiriéndose a los ataques verbales contra él que ella cree que tienen un motivación racial. 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