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But some fortunate students who are happy with the facilities and landlords do not complain of any such problems and live quite comfortably. and have fought three wars since independence from Britain in 1947, The former France playmaker is up against Chelsea’s Antonio Conte and Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri. thus far it is mostly just an escalation of rhetoric rather than any actual military escalation on the border.A news item circulating rather erroneously is that the flights from Islamabad to the areas of Gilgit-Baltistan have been cancelled because of an impending Indian surgical strike in Pakistani territories Theactualreason for the restriction of airspace is because the PAF is conducting ‘High Mark 2016’ — its largest air exercise that was last conductedin 2010 File image of a soldier outside the Uri army camp which was attacked PTI Such military exercises take years of administrative and logistical planning and so it’s quite unlikely that the decision to undertake ‘High Mark 2016’ was taken post-Uri It is however likely that the dates for the exercise were moved up a few days or weeks to signal intent and readiness in the face of potential hostilities Sources in Islamabad have pointed out that no special or extraordinary military deployment on the eastern border is taking place except for the usual operational forward line deployment on the eastern front near the Line of Control There have neither been any orders to mobilise nor have any leaves of military personnel been cancelled This is because Islamabad feels that Indian military movement or lack thereof doesn’t warrant any immediate response on the ground However this doesn’t mean the government in Islamabad is not prepared for any eventuality — as overall military alert levels are high and contingency planning is in place This was seen at the recent corp commanders meeting on Monday where the chief of army staff General Raheel Sharif expressed satisfaction at the overall operational preparedness of the forces Also Tuesday’s phone call from Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to the general may also point in that direction Feelings in Islamabad’s strategic community are that attacking Pakistan doesn’t bode well for India for three reasons First even a limited surgical strike into Pakistan would cost India the moral high ground that it has played off at international fora and especially at the 71st session of the UN General Assembly Second India’s policy objectives of compelling Pakistan to rein in actors hostile to it rely successfully on active international diplomacy to try to isolate Pakistan while flogging the terrorism card This doesn’t require active military operations This strategy was seen on Wednesday night when an Indian diplomat at the UNGA in response to Nawaz’s UN speech did just that Finally fears of nuclear escalation capabilities and doctrinal limitations and the resultant Pakistani response make punitive strikes an unattractive option for India This begs the question: Why is the bellicose rhetoric in the Indian media so loud Apart from the usual hyper-nationalistic media sensationalism there seem to be two primary reasons for the Narendra Modi government to take such a position The first is the self-inflicted commitment trap in which Modi has found himself Taking the hardest line on Pakistan before the elections and subsequent rhetoric post-Pathankot attacks has pushed the BJP government into a tight spot From a Pakistani perspective it seems that the media bluster is for domestic consumption to appease the domestic audience that is critical of Modi’s Pakistan policy As reported by the Pew Research Centre only 22 percent of Indians endorse Modi’s handling of ties with Pakistan Diverting attention from the recent uprisings in Kashmir and the indiscriminate use of force on protesters by the Indian security forces seems to be another reason for beating the war drums As anticipated Nawaz raised the current situation in Jammu and Kashmir in his UNGA address to the world India-controlled Kashmir — parts of which are still under curfew after 76 days — has seen 104 civilians dead and hundreds suffer blindness and eye injuries resulting from the use of pellet guns by Indian forces This contradicts the image of India that Modi has sold to the world Sources in Islamabad have pointed out that no special or extraordinary military deployment on the eastern border is taking place except for the usual operational forward line deployment on the eastern front near the Line of Control With limited international political capital at stake the risk or an all-out war between two nuclear-armed states will take priority over human rights violations in India-controlled Kashmir at the international stage Therefore heavy war rhetoric makes sense for the Indian government at this moment The fog of disinformation and loud war rhetoric however makes for good trolling on both sides of the border on Twitter and Facebook However relying on such media reports can be dangerously misleading as it increases a false set of expectations from one’s government based on bad information In the event of governments failing those expectations it feeds the frustration of the public while reducing the credibility of government Such frustration can also increase hate and mistrust between the people of India and Pakistan and can be counterproductive in the long run One certainly hopes that the Indian leadership dials down the rhetoric and tries to resolve issues amicably The author is a research associate at the Centre for Security Strategy and Policy Research at the University of Lahore By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: December 22 2015 8:10 pm “There’ no scene of the film that they (censor board members) have cut and thrown out” Milap Zaveri said Related News “Mastizaade” director Milap Zaveri is glad that the censor board did not cut a single scene from his upcoming sex comedy even though it initially denied a certificate to the movie “There’ no scene of the film that they (censor board members) have cut and thrown out I’m grateful to them that they understood that it’s an adult film made for adults We’ve even put the disclaimer ‘athra ke neeche khatra’ to say that we haven’t made it for those under 18” Zaveri said here He said the reason why the idea of making “Mastizaade” cropped up is “because people who liked ‘Grand Masti’ want to watch more such films And if the ‘masti’ in this film is trimmed then there is no point making the film “We did not give up We wanted the film approved the way we made it So we didn’t accept things we kept discussing and debating with the CBFC (Central Board of Film Certification)… I don’t think any adult comedy not even in ‘Grand Masti’ this madness has been passed” he added According to reports the film was denied a censor certificate in May and was given an ‘A’ certificate only in August this year A teaser of the film with double meaning dialogues and lead actress Sunny Leone in a bikini had gone viral earlier “I had taken extra shots alternate shots and all these things that you see in the promo is there in the film passed certified and censored” Zaveri said The film features Sunny in a double role and she is supported by Tusshar Kapoor and Vir Das For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 6 2016 5:01 am Family members of the MC workers who died last year Top News “I prepare food only once a day because I can’t afford to cook for a second time” said Santosh wife of Prempal who died last year along with two other MC workers while cleaning a manhole in the city After her husband’s death last year life has become difficult for Santosh who has to feed five small children “Life is difficult now My husband died because of lack of safety measures We were paid Rs 2 lakh then We are still awaiting more compensation” she told Chandigarh Newsline Prempal died along with two other MC workers Dhan Singh and Ashrafi in May last year Their families are now living in a slum near Mansa Devi complex Share This Article Related Article After the incident it was only after the protests by the families that the wives of three men were given jobs on contract at Shivalik park in Manimajra “We are being paid Rs 7000 every month How can I manage my family with this kind of money” asked Sunita wife of Ashrafi “At times I don’t have money to treat my sick children” Ravita Kherwal state convener of the Safai Karamchari Andholan an NGO which took the case of sewage workers to the Supreme Court maintains that the administration according to rules has to pay a compensation of Rs 10 lakh to each victim “They don’t have money They need help After the incident last year the government has not done much for them” Kherwal told Chandigarh Newsline She said that they had given a memorandum to the administration about the problems “These are murders and those who are behind them should be punished” she added What is adding to the worries of the three families are the rumours that their slum in Mansa Devi is soon going to be demolished “I don’t know what to do now There is more trouble coming up for us and no one is there whom we can approach for help” said Sunita They blame the local administration for not helping them “I lost my son because he didn’t get proper treatment at the hospital and my house I used to work in the park and then there was no one to take care of him” said Harvati wife of Dhan Singh “I lost my son in front of eyes and I couldn’t do anything” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBeijing: China’s attempt to launch its second heavy-lift carrier rocket ‘Long March-5 Y2’ failed on Sunday after abnormity was detected during the flight official media reported Abnormity was detected during the flight of the rocket which blasted off at 723 pm local time from Wenchang Space Launch Center in southern province of Hainan state-run Xinhua news agency reported Further investigation will be carried out it said The rocket was due to carry the heaviest Shijian-18 satellite File image of China’s second heavy-lift carrier rocket Long March-5 Y2 Image courtesy: Youtube/New China TV The launch was the last test for the Long March-5 series before its mission to send the Chang’e-5 lunar probe into space in the latter half of this year which was to return with samples With a weight of 75 tonnes Shijian-18 is China’s latest technology experiment satellite and the heaviest satellite China has ever launched into space an earlier report by Xinhua said It was aimed at testing China’s new Dongfanghong-5 (DFH-5) satellite platform and carry out in-orbit experiments including Q/V band satellite communication satellite-ground laser communication technologies and an advanced Hull electric propulsion system it said The Long March-5 made its maiden flight in November 2016 from Wenchang It can carry a payload of 25 tonnes into low Earth orbit and 14 tonnes in geostationary orbit over twice the capacity of previous Long March models The rocket uses environmentally friendly fuel including kerosene liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen rather than highly toxic propellants the report said In April this year China had launched its first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1 into space using the country’s heaviest Long March-7 Y2 carrier rocket to dock with the orbiting experimental space station which was expected to be operationalised by 2022 Tianzhou-1 was larger and heavier than Tiangong-2 which is 104 meters in length and has a maximum diameter of 335 metersweighing 86 tonnes and we’re going to have to play the long game.are conducted in the state. ethics,By: ANI | New Delhi | Published: July 6 which is also scheduled in February,case.
At the SBTC, Third, he needs to ask if the situation it is creating is in India’s interests.94 cr,20 mn], Assam, The ruling Congress is locked in an intense battle in the hill state with the BJP.