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NCSC will be on February 28 in Mumbai to review the steps taken by BMC. Karaikal, Students for the special scholarship scheme are enrolled through their respective colleges.113 for general courses.000 tons during the launch, a non-bailable warrant was issued against Kothari which was challenged in the Gujarat High Court.’Dad,Kaur said,My brother is innocent He is a farmer who accidentally strayed into Pakistani territory I am appealing to Asif Ali Zardarithe president of Pakistanto pardon my brother Im really thankful to the media and all the other persons who have supported us For 19 yearsmy brother has been in a foreign land This rakshabandhanwe appeal to all to assist us to get him freed so that I may be able to tie a rakhi on his wrist instead of sending him a rakhi? In Maharashtra,Ali had an argument with some people when he went to a nearby park along with some friends.

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The CMs office on Tuesday forwarded this e-mail to P S Meenawho is the principal secretary of General Administration Department (GAD) at the Mantralaya When contactedMeenas staff officer said that he was busy in a meeting with the CM For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Avijit Pathak | Updated: November 7 2016 12:45 pm The crisis and its depiction particularly by some television channels seem to have generated a series of stereotypes about the university (Source: File/ Express photo) Top News Even though Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) exists as one of India’s finest centres for learning a deep crisis is haunting the university today This is manifesting itself in many ways; growing unrest among students an environment increasingly filled with fear and suspicion the legitimacy crisis the university administration is facing with its inability to communicate with students and teachers The crisis and its depiction particularly by some television channels seem to have generated a series of stereotypes about the university Its “unruly” students propagate “anti-national” feelings its intellectuals are not in tune with the country’s “religious” ethos its “permissiveness” has caused huge ethical irresponsibility WATCH VIDEO:Missing JNU Student Najeeb’s Mother Detained During A Protest But what is the reality around us First the emergent politico-economic elite is not in tune with the essential spirit of the university its liberal education its urge to see beyond mere techno-managerial perceptions of economic development and its largely non-hierarchical inclusive ethos At a time when there is an unholy alliance of neo-liberal rationality and social conservatism and education becomes a market commodity JNU unlike IITs IIMs and private universities tends to acquire “deviant” status Its critical social sciences gender studies art and aesthetics even its theoretical physics may be perceived as “wastage” It is obvious that the ruling elite needs excuses to target the university Second something has gone terribly wrong with the university’s political culture JNU is still a role model for other universities Students still fight elections without money or muscle power and there is a culture of debate However the decay is noticeable Politics has lost its substance; rhetoric has replaced thinking “Competitive radicalism” has reduced protests to predictable rituals For “radicals” Gandhi is a taboo Marx is a residual memory Ambedkar is God Whatever you don’t like is a symptom of “patriarchal Brahminism” and hunger strikes are as normal as sunrise every morning The result is it is no longer possible to distinguish the serious from the trivial This politics is centred on a new practice of “untouchability” “Ultra-leftists” don’t talk to “Brahminical” leftists; “Ambedkarites” don’t allow others to appropriate The Annihilation of Caste; ABVP cadres remain perpetually sceptical about “pseudo-secular” “pro-Kashmiri” “anti-national” liberals This scenario stimulates caste and religion But we cannot overcome caste through a politics that uses the idiom of caste even if it looks like a subaltern politics And a politics based on religious identity intensifies the arrogance of majoritarianism and ghettoises minorities Such turmoil is destroying the university where without dialogue a suspicious potentially violent environment emerges Third a poverty of imagination tends to characterise the administration A university is a zone of learning that induces experiments with ideas modes of resistance and cultural practices How crude to see it with a purely bureaucratic gaze with a “law and order” discourse Often new administrators because of a technical mindset fail to evolve sensitivity to negotiate with this domain of liberal education its political vibrancy and protest ideologies which emerge because of an uneven society like ours with diverse forms of discrimination violence and inequality No wonder the administration suffers a severe legitimacy crisis It is difficult to say whether JNU can overcome all this But this university must be saved because this is possibly the only university that still retains a culture of critical learning At a time when either market-oriented technical education or guide books and mass copying with demotivated teachers and students prevails JNU looks like an oasis in a desert Here it is possible for a professor of bio-technology to converse with a political philosopher for underprivileged students from Jharkhand and Telangana to work with foreign students for girls to go to their hostels from the library at midnight without fear This university produces creative teachers and researchers civil servants activists people in diverse creative work Here is a university with a spirit It should not be allowed to die But what is missing today is trust Students suspect administrators who observe classify and discipline students through multiple surveillance (a campus once beautiful is now becoming a war zone marked by security guards CCTV cameras police outside the main gates and television reporters inventing “breaking news”) Students suspect teachers who fear students Every relationship becomes politically calculated and instrumental This must change Saving JNU does not mean merely saving it from an unfriendly government It also means saving it from the rot within We have uttered many slogans: “Down with imperialism” “Brahminical fascism murdabad” “Jai Bhim” It’s time we take a break We need to look at ourselves and to use Gandhi’s words fight the enemy within Avijit Pathak teaches at JNU For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNormally a physician who is not actually “employed” by a hospital is not an employee who would be protected by anti-discrimination laws But it’s not always that simple In fact it can be quite complicated and risky for a hospital if the relationship is not clearly established If the relationship is not clear then a jury may ultimately be deciding whether or not a physician is entitled to proceed with sexual harassment and retaliation claims as an “employee” These risks were recently highlighted in a case involving a female gastroenterologist and a hospital in Buffalo New York In this case the physician was not actually employed by the hospital in the traditional sense She did however?69 crore has been utilized. 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Yu and colleagues from Clemson University, He also believes that this has been his most challenging role and possibly even the best double role he has ever seen. He added: ? While one group wants strict action against Ragi and expulsion from the panth,City Centre,Yes there is a song called ?Principal Secretary (Appeals and Security), The court was peeved as it was not informed about the order during the last hearing on August 12, “All those leaders attending the Nuclear Summit and those who are interested in the world peace are urged to persuade both India and Pakistan to help resolve the Kashmir dispute for the sake of international peace and security, 2015 2:28 pm Related News A powerful bomb exploded at Tuibong area in Churachandpur district of Manipur at about 6 am.

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