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His recovery seems to have been effective and complete,s employees for not having received remuneration.can we truly say that people have been empowered. There is still timeeven in the final months of his governmentfor Manmohan Singh to redeem that pledgeeven if partially I returned to Kishtwar only in 2003as vice chancellor of the University of Jammuand the town had bounced back to harmony and relative prosperity due to the ongoing Dulhasti hydel project I went for the Urs of the patron saint of the regionHazrat Shah Asraruddin Baghdadiand praying for peace in the stateI tied a thread at his shrine I am looking forward to the day I can go back to untie that thread The writer is director of the Australia India Institute and professor of international relations at the University of Melbourne and concurrently professor at Jawaharlal Nehru UniversityNew Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: AAP MLA Rajesh Garg who two days ago questioned party chief Arvind Kejriwal over internal party democracy today made a U-turn saying it was a mistake and that he should have consulted the party first AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal Naresh Sharma/Firstpost The Rohini legislator who in a post on his Facebook wall had criticised Kejriwal also said that he will not leave the party "I should have consulted the party before uploading the post and it is my mistake" Garg who had mysteriously disappeared from the city after slamming Kejriwal in the post said In the post he had said the party should not be adamant on re-election and should save the people of Delhi from the additional burden of Rs 1000 crore that will be spent on fresh polls "When you (Kejriwal) demand dissolution of Delhi Legislative Assembly you do not know what an elected representative irrespective of his party he belongs to your party volunteers go through "Under the ‘Swaraj’ policy if you would have asked people whether they want elections or not a right message would have gone among the people" Garg who had posted an open letter to Kejriwal on his Facebook wall had said When asked about the criticism Garg said "There is no where in the post any kind of indication that I have attacked Kejriwal I keep moving around among the people and I have said what people say There is no criticism in it" he said In the post Garg had also asked Kejriwal not to encourage "corrupt" and rich people in the party "There are certain areas in Delhi where AAP has no MLA BJP and Congress supporters are taking the opportunity and posting Kejriwal’s pictures in those constituencies Our party volunteers in Mehrauli brought this to my notice and said this was demoralising them So I told him not to encourage such people in the party" he said PTI By: Editorial | Published: August 31 2016 12:02 am Top News The clashes IN Agartala following a march by the Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura (IPFT) on August 23 have exposed a faultline that can undo the gains the state has made in the past decade or so The violence which left over a hundred people injured has triggered an exodus of tribals especially students from the state capital It has accentuated anxieties of a backlash from the dominant Bengali population and possible counter-mobilisation that may deepen the old divide between the Kokborok-speaking indigenous people and the Bengali settlers The IPFT had organised last week’s march to press the demand for a separate tribal state: The IPFT wants the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council to be turned into Twipraland The issues of tribal alienation are real and need redress but statehood based on exclusionist politics is neither a feasible goal nor the appropriate solution Tribals who were a majority in the kingdom of Tripura at the beginning of the 20th century now constitute just about a third of the state’s population The demographic change began in the pre-Independence era when agricultural settlements were encouraged in forested areas Partition and the Bangladesh war accentuated the process State building in Tripura has been mostly a centralised activity that focused on urban areas which were also home to non-tribals The skewed development pattern and tribal unrest predates Independence but governments even after Tripura became a full-fledged state in 1972 failed to resolve this issue Tribal unrest had become an insurgency in the 1990s with armed groups seeking secession Smart politics decentralisation of governance and effective policing allowed the Manik Sarkar government to defang the insurgents; the government withdrew the AFSPA last year 18 years after it was imposed in the state More needs to be done Besides addressing issues of land alienation among tribals the government needs to expand infrastructure and extend public services to tribal areas so that the ethnic divide which is also economic is bridged With transport links to Bangladesh set to be upgraded the state can emerge as a business gateway to northeast India Assembly elections are due in 18 months and the state is witnessing a realignment of political forces: The CPM is now challenged by the Trinamool Congress and the BJP A restive tribal population however will not benefit the long-term interests of the state For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shivangi Jalan | New Delhi | Updated: August 2 2017 10:18 am Amitabh Bachchan shares a message from his father Related News Amitabh Bachchan is among the few veteran actors who are active on social media He regularly updates his blog and is even one of the most followed celebrities on Twitter But this time he took to Instagram to share a moving lesson he learnt from his late father poet Harivansh Rai Bachchan He wrote “When you tire at work sitting at a desk you stand and work .s power. drugs to treat the MDR-TB are heavy with several side effects on the patient. as mentioned earlier,they need to internalise the state-nation, Hinduism is the centre of Indian nationhood,played by Priscilla Presley, and made efforts for the introduction of an effective HIV/AIDS Bill in Parliament.

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