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Watch What Else Is Making News Maqboolpura resident Gori Phelwan, but this year it was opened the deputy chief minister.The organisers had earlier decided that Chief Minister Vijay Rupani would inaugurate the event but due to some unknown he could not come to Surat and the event was inaugurated by his deputy The Sparkle event this year has been quite affected by demonetisation as only 100 exhibitors shown interest In past the event had witnessed 200 exhibitors from Gujarat and other state Also fewer people were present during the inauguration of the event at Surat International Exhibition and Convention Centre in Sarsaana At the last moment over hundreds of chairs were removed from the public seating arrangements by the organisers as not many turned up Speaking on the occasion the Deputy Chief Minister said “After the success of the Vibrant Gujarat event Sparkle event has been inaugurated in Surat It will also be a big success Through such exhibitions a meeting between manufacturer and buyers take place and this will benefit industry and even employment will be generated The Sparkle exhibition was started by the then chief minister Narendra Modi keeping in mind the need of the industry Surat is famous for textile and diamond industry and the state government is ready to give all support the SGGCI for the development of these industries” Addressing mediapersons on the sidelines Patel responded to the queries on Hardik’s plan to revive the Patidar quota agitation He said: “The Gujarat government will work in the direction of development and we will look into the issues of common people and try to solve it Under the leadership of Vijaybhai we have solved all the issues of the past and the present including fixed pay for the government employees For those who are carrying out agitations we will carry out meetings and talk to them and try to find out suitable solutions keeping in mind the development and prosperity of the state We (Our government) had meetings with Sardar Patel Group leaders and Patidar Anamat Andolan Samithi (PAAS) conveners and… the state government will come out with appropriate decision in coming days” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: March 4 2017 4:16 am Top News The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is poised for a multi-cornered contest for the mayor’s post with the Shiv Sena refusing to engage in any workable tie-up with the BJP However sources said the top leadership of the Sena had decided not to stretch the differences in the BMC to destablise the BJP-led government in Maharashtra Watch What Else is Making News The Sena the BJP the Congress and the MNS will all filed their candidates for the mayor’s post While the Congress’s move seems to be to test which way the NCP will vote the MNS has raked the Marathi mayor issue “We will not compromise on our stand for a Marathi mayor and nobody should take our support for granted” an MNS leader said Late on Friday the BJP renewed its efforts to get the Shiv Sena on board to share power in the cash-rich BMC However the Sena has indicated that it would like to prove its political might in the mayoral election A highly placed source in the BJP said “Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is keen to engage the Sena in a dialogue and thrash out a mutually agreeable formula for the BMC” To this end a formal proposal is being worked on by the BJP to bring the Sena to the discussion table A top BJP leader said that the fractured mandate — with the Sena winning 84 seats and the BJP 82 — shows that the people rate the two at par and they should work together However a Shiv Sena political strategist argued “Let us field our candidates for the mayor Whoever gets more seats will win Similarly let the numbers be the base for determining the formation of other committees in the civic body” A senior Sena functionary told The Indian Express that party president Uddhav Thackeray did not want to compromise its upper hand in the BMC and the BJP should respect that However after a series of deliberations the Sena has come to a conclusion that it should not link the BMC developments to the Fadnavis government in Maharashtra A senior leader said “The Shiv Sena will not withdraw its support from the Fadnavis government The BJP-Sena alliance in the state is an outcome of the public mandate Our support to BJP was for the state’s stability Moreover we know that if we withdraw support now the NCP will make it to the government We are not going to fall into the NCP’s trap” The legislative Assembly has 288 seats While the BJP holds 123 of these the Sena has 63 the Congress 42 and the NCP 41 [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | New York | Published: March 4 2017 10:34 am Jane Fonda has won Oscars for her movies Klute and Coming Home Related News Activist and actress Jane Fonda has spoken for the first time about being raped and sexually abused as a child saying she was raised with “the disease to please” others Fonda 79 a long-time outspoken advocate of women’s rights said it had taken her years to stand up for herself in Hollywood on issue such as pay and the roles she took “I’ve been raped I’ve been sexually abused as a child and I’ve been fired because I wouldn’t sleep with my boss and I always thought it was my fault; that I didn’t do or say the right thing” Fonda told fellow actress Brie Larson in a conversation for the March 2 edition of Net-a-Porter magazine Fonda gave no details of the assaults Also read |Canadian actress Jane Fonda says people should not be fooled by ‘good-looking liberals’ like PM Trudeau “I know young girls who’ve been raped and didn’t even know it was rape” she said “They think ‘It must have been because I said ‘no’ the wrong way’ One of the great things the women’s movement has done is to make us realize that (rape and abuse is) not our fault We were violated and it’s not right” Fonda who won Oscars for Klute and Coming Home in the 1970s was a leading Hollywood activist at that time opposing the Vietnam War and supporting the emerging women’s movement For years she was known as “Hanoi Jane” for her left-wing views and visiting North Vietnam But in other areas of her life such as the Hollywood pay gap where women are often paid less than male stars Fonda was far from militant More from the world of Entertainment: At the height of her career in the 1970s and 1980s “I never got paid a huge amount of money – I never thought I was worth it” she said “For me it was just the way things were Guys earned more I am so glad people are feeling righteous anger about it now” Fonda said it took her 60 years to ‘learn how to say no’ “If anyone offered me anything I would say yes I took parts I wasn’t right for and I was taken advantage of” she said “I didn’t know how to stand up for myself” Fonda currently stars in the Netflix TV series “Grace and Frankie” about two women who have to fend for themselves after their husbands come out as gay Larson 27 won an Oscar for Room in 2016 and stars in the upcoming adventure movie Kong: Skull Island For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai:With the deaths of at least 18 farmers in Maharashtra from inhaling toxic insecticide fumes sprayed in farmlands Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Tuesday ordered a high-level probe to ascertain the causes and initiate remedial measures Besides 18 deaths another 600 persons have been injured and undergoing treatment in Yavatmal district and surroundings due to inhaling toxic fumes of the insecticides sprayed mostly in cotton and soya fields said Vasantrao Naik Shetkar Swavalamban Mission chairman Kishore Tiwari File image of Devendra Fadnavis PTI Discussing the issue at the cabinet meeting on Tuesday Fadnavis announced a compensation of Rs 200000 to the families of the deceased farmers He also directed a detailed investigation by the Additional Chief Secretary Home and said it would be mandatory for pesticides companies to distribute special types of protective kits to prevent recurrence of similar incidents in future Fadnavis said district surgeons have been directed to submit the blood transfusion and autopsy reports of the deceased farmers immediately to the district collectors to aid the probe He added that besides the pesticide companies providing protective kits the state government would conduct awareness drives among the farmers and even supply such safety kits if required On the other hand accusing the government of "discriminating" against farmers Tiwari demanded a compensation of Rs 500000 to each victim’s families on the lines of the aid given to the victims of the Mumbai railway stampede "Indiscriminate and faulty use of pesticides along with wrong combinations direct and extended exposure for long hours without protective gear for days are some of the apparent reasons why the farmers lost their lives in recent weeks" Tiwari said He said a team of experts which toured the affected farms found that the farm labourers attempted to spray a large area in a single day to earn more money and worked in multiple fields during the peak cropping seasons Besides they spent 8-10 hours daily without food or water took breaks to smoke or drink water without washing hands and did not wear shirts/kurtas exposing more body area to the toxic fumes "This year the situation could worsen as the Bt Cotton Seeds are now susceptible to attacks of pink worm thips mealybugs and the regular bollworms in over four million hectares land under cotton cultivation now" Tiwari warned He urged Maharashtra to emulate the example of Kerala where all toxic pesticides/insecticides have been banned after the state reported a large number of deaths while pesticide deaths have also been reported from Punjab and Telangana There was a common aspect about the first few speeches made by leaders from Opposition parties in the Rajya Sabha on Friday when MPs welcomed new Chairman Venkaiah Naidu as he chaired his first session of the Upper House All of them praised Naidu but many of them also made statements about how the Rajya Sabha Chairman needed to be unbiased and apolitical irrespective of his political leanings earlier "A party leader’s point of view often changes when he is appointed as a minister That person then has to think of the country apart from his party too" Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad said "Their is another post like that which you (Naidu) have been appointed to now" Azad further said adding that the symbol of weighing scales was behind Naidu on his chair Samajwadi Party’s Ram Gopal Yadav and Trinamool Congress’ Derek O’Brien also reminded Naidu of the fact that the vice-president needed to have a balanced point of view "Ab aap sare desh ke hain yaad rakhiyega" #ramgopalyadav tells M Venkaiah Naidu Follow #Parliament #LIVE https://tco/NU08MKI7G9 pictwittercom/cvxdvOyJbk — Firstpost (@firstpost) August 11 2017 Merely a day earlier Naidu had rejected as "political propaganda" the view that there is a sense of insecurity among minorities in the country apparently a rejoinder to former vice-president Hamid Ansari who had said that there is a feeling of unease and a sense of insecurity among the Muslims in the country Now the Opposition leaders may or may not have expressed their concern about bias in Rajya Sabha proceedings directly because of Naidu’s statement but their apprehensions were certainly well-timed After all if Hamid Ansari’s remarks were more about "political propaganda" so were those made in response by Venkaiah Naidu going by the same logic It is true that the Congress-led UPA government had appointed Ansari as vice-president And it will also be naive to assume that Ansari’s reference to incidents of lynching and ‘ghar wapsi’ and killings of rationalists as a "breakdown of Indian values" was purely out of concern for minorities and was completely apolitical File image of Venkaiah Naidu PTI But if saying that the social fabric of India is under threat is an exaggeration so are statements about how the Indian society is the most tolerant in the world because of its people and civilisation a remark Naidu made in response In fact Naidu made a lot of generic remarks in his response too based on vague assumptions "Compared to the entire world minorities are more safe and secure in India and they get their due" he said assuming that the condition of minorities in India is satisfactory just because it is worse in other countries Naidu also said that minorities "got in prominent positions including constitutional responsibilities because there is no discrimination and also on account of their merit" But appointment of people from backward or oppressed sections of the society to important posts is not the only — and not even the most important criteria — to comment on the overall respect given to minorities This is like assuming that racism in the United States disappeared once Barack Obama became its president Moreover when asked about incidents of alleged intolerance Naidu said India is a huge country and there could be some "stray" occurrences which are "nothing but aberrations" Dismissing frequent incidents of hate crimes based on caste religion or even food habits as mere anomalies at a time when a report has pointed out that almost all incidents of cow-related violence took place after 2014 is as political as you can get As a BJP leader Naidu’s remarks were perhaps necessary for him to defend the NDA government But Naidu had quit BJP after being named the vice-presidential candidate As then vice-president-elect and now vice-president Venkaiah Naidu’s veiled response to Hamid Ansari was anything but apolitical With inputs from PTI Dehradun: Two cadets of the prestigious Indian Military Academy in Dehradun died within three days of participating in a 10 km run as part of their routine training Indian Military Academy cadets at Dehradun News18 Seven cadets had collapsed during a "routine 10-km run" out of which five were admitted in the Military Hospital (MH) at Dehradun where their condition was reported to be "stable" Dipak Sharma (22) who hailed from from Bathinda in Punjab died at a hospital in Herbertpur during treatment on the same day and Navin Chetri (23) from Darjeeling in West Bengal died during treatment at Mahanth Indresh Hospital in Dehradun on Monday they said Though post-mortem reports in both cases are still awaited prima facie the cadets appear to have died of exhaustion and dehydration they said Such runs called route marches are held from time to time by the IMA to boost the cadets’ stamina and endurance1965 and 1971, attracting Chinese investments or jointly developing Silk Roads in Asia, twice, Uncle Ken worked on the mind. ‘This is what I’m talking about. they demoralised them.

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