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The 50-year-old actor, But,” The writer is director general, The Energy & Resources Institute and chairman the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Paul Zacharia | Published: May 25 2012 2:59 am Related News The CPM in Kerala seems to be in the grip of an intense death-wish It is the Congress in Kerala that specialises in taking its own life when everything is going right for it (Must be in the genes look at the UPA) The CPMon the other handis unsurpassed in its strategy of survive-and-flourish by any means But the cold hand of history seems to have put the CPM too in the grip of a death-wish The only other explanation would be that it is unconsciously conforming to Keralas top-dog position in the suicide chart of India The decade-old power struggle between state party secretary Pinarayi Vijayan and former chief minister and present leader of the opposition VS Achuthanandanwhich splintered the party monolith beyond repairis at the core of the suicide phenomenon The CPMs history of driving Malayalis up the wall with notorious anti-people tactics like noku kooli or look-on-charge might have had the seed of the death-wish in it For those unlearned in noku koolia brief summary will be enlightening You aresaymoving house The worker comrades demand a prodigious sum to load/unload; so you decide to do it yourself with help from friends The comrades look on from a distance; when youre donethey ask to be paid the demanded wages If you dont pay upthere is a bit of violence and you get hurt The revolution in Kerala says the worker must be paid even if he doesnt work That is a kind of workers paradise even Marx did not anticipate But the story of the undivided communist partys tryst with Kerala in the forties and fifties is another matter The party was one of the prime movers of social change It triggered progressive forces in literaturetheatremusic and the arts It revolutionised the feudal caste and class equationsgave negotiating power to agricultural and industrial workersinitiated land reforms and actually functioned as an agent of enlightenment That istill the Stalinist model was hoisted on the party and it became a power-hunting robot in the hands of gurus like EMS With the split in 1964the CPMs Stalinist transformation was complete The thirst for power and money took over Intellectualswriters and artistsunable to bend to party diktatsquit en masse The party shifted focus from the impoverished agricultural sector to the world of white-collared classes where unionisation and fund-collection were effortless In returnit granted full protection to the corrupt and bestowed bounty on babus The human face of communism was erased forever Even the Congress appeared more human Perhaps nowhere else is the fascist side of the Kerala CPM so evident as in the Kannur-Thalasserry belt of north Malabar where a terrifyingly primitive sociology operates amongst the cadres Killing and getting killed is routine Godfathers rule with an iron hand The police as well as public officials are terrorised into obedience Many villages have been taken over by the partylabelled party gramam party village where only its diktat runs It also happens that the Kerala CPM is controlled by the Kannur group It is also well-known that VS has beenfor his own reasonschallenging the Kannur lobby His daring is interesting EssentiallyAchuthanandan is an undiluted Stalinist But he doesnt employ Kannurs violent tactics He is not even a street-fighter He is a cunning media-strategist who brilliantly projects himself as a saviour of Kerala and the CPM The irony is that he was put together as an icon by the Congress-supporting media to accelerate the war between him and the Kannur lobby led by Vijayan Unlike in the case of Dr Frankensteinthe medias creation is proceeding to its targets shooting from the hip and is an indefatigable provider of titillating news based on empty gestures The Kannur CPM has now been heavily implicated in the recent blood-curdling murder of TP Chandrasekharana dissident comrade who posed a major challenge to the party in that area Party workers and some functionaries have been arrested While Malayalis have learned to turn a cold eye on political murdersthe brutal artistry of this particular butchery has jolted the public After dismissing the murder as a non-eventAchuthanandansensing the public mooddeftly jumped on the bandwagon to carry forward his fight against the Kannur lobby by expressing sympathy for the murdered manopenly questioning the leadership of Vijayan and sending off a much-publicised letter to CPMs central secretariat all sound and fury signifying nothing but his own agenda The suicide processhowevergot a big boost Its Catch-22 for CPMs central leadership because they believe the demagogue in Achuthanandan is a great vote-catcherbut he will not be content with anything less than total control of the party in Kerala To give the devil his dueAchuthanandans entry into the murder scenario could help to ward off a strongly rumoured trade-off plan some elements in the ruling United Democratic Front are said to be hatching to save the decision-makers of the murder Hell of a silver lining The fact remains that the CPMs self-destructionif that happensis not a desirable development Because despite all its excesses and decadencethe CPM has historically occupied a secular spaceand a vacuum in that zone can turn deadly in the hands of communal predators Brainwashed Marxist manpower has again and again proved to be a perfect haven for other andmore poisonousbrainwashers Old habits die hard Zacharia is a Malayalam [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Srinagar | Published: November 23 2010 10:20 am Related News Street protestsshutdowns and curfew in the Valley besides flash-floods in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir marred the tourism season in the state this year The tourism season in Kashmir this year began on a positive note with more than five lakh tourists visiting the northern-most area of the country in the first five months and authorities were hoping to break the 23-year-old record of nearly one million arrivals Howeverthese hopes were dashed with the beginning of the five-month unrest in the Valley in June and flash floods triggered by cloudburst in Ladakh region “Before the stone pelting started (in June)more than five lakh tourist had visited Kashmir which was more than the entire number that visited last year” said Jammu and Kashmir Tourism Minister Nawang Rigzin Jora The Minister said the tourism season in Ladakha prime destination for foreign tourists visiting the statewas hit by the flash-floodswhich left a trail of devastation this August “The flood (in Ladkah) caused a problem” Jora said As Kashmir Valley slowly limps back towards normalcyafter remaining locked down for most of the summer this yeartourists are also flocking to the region known for its hospitality and natural beauty “Tourists are coming but the number is not much” Jora said The tourism department officials say the arrival of domestic and foreign tourists to Kashmir Valley this month is better than the previous five months “Novemberdespite being a lean month in terms of tourist arrivalshas been better than October Last 10-12 days have been good and if the situation continues to improvewe can expect the numbers to increase” a senior official of the department said Tourism officials are now counting on the snowfalland the possibilities it throws up for winter sports in Kashmirto attract the tourists back to the Valley The snowfall in Kashmir begins in late November in the upper reaches of GulmargPahalgam and Sonmargwhich are the prime winter tourist destinations Officials said most of the domestic tourists arriving here are from GujaratMaharashtra and West Bengal and the foreign tourists are mostly coming from southeast Asian countries like Malaysia and Thailand For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: High cut-offs in certain courses overloaded website and some colleges mandating original class XII mark sheets played a dampener on the first day of admission to Delhi University colleges on Saturday The overloaded website of the varsity was inaccessible for quite some time forcing students to flock to their respective colleges of choice Representational image AFP According to the admission rules applicants need to study the cut-off list select courses and colleges on the university website take a print out of the admission slip and finally approach the respective colleges with the slip and required documents "The admission portal of the varsity was not accessible Thus students could not takethe print out resulting in less number of students turning up for admission However it was still a normal crowd considering the high cut-offs and the holiday on Sunday and Monday" said a professor from Ramjas College We are expecting a good number of applications on Tuesday he said Breaking away from tradition off-campus colleges have announced higher cut-offs similar to those announced by North and South campus (on-campus) colleges this year Meanwhile students from Kerala Assam and Tamil Nadu who are yet to receive their original class XII mark sheets were in knots when some colleges denied admitting them The issue was however resolved as the colleges accepted their applications after receiving an undertaking from the students stating that the originals will be submitted within a stipulated time "What can we do if the government has not provided us with the marksheets The varsity could have avoided the confusion if it anticipated the issue" said a student who did not wish to be identified The Delhi University announced its first cut-off list for the academic year 2017-18 for merit-based undergraduate courses with many registering a drop in cut-offs across colleges The highest was 9966 percent for BSc (Honours) Electronics in SGTB Khalsa College The next cut off is expected to be out by 1 July Gurgaon: Haryana Congress leader Kuldeep Sharma on Thursday alleged the main accused in burning of finance minister Captain Abhimanyu’s house during violent Jat stir in the state is a "RSS activist" In last February Jats had launched a stir demanding reservation in BC category The agitation which had taken a violent turn left 30 people dead and 320 persons injured and resulted in huge damage to property Representational image PTI Several districts including Rohtak the epicenter of Jat agitation Jhajjar Kaithal Jind Sonipat and Bhiwani had witnessed violence Sharma the former Speaker claimed that the main accused "Sudeep Kalkal is aRSS activist and have links with many Harayana BJP leaders" Sharma sought a response from Haryana chief minister Manohar Lal Khattar on the allegation within 24 hours otherwise he will reveal the rest of the facts The Congress leader demanded the investigation of riots to be done by the sitting judge of Supreme Court Sharma has also presented photographs in which Kalkal was "posing with BJP leaders including Haryana CM" Besides that Haryana finance ministerCaptan Abhimanyu BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur Haryana agriculture minister Om Prakash Dhankhar and Badra MLA Sukhvindra Shouran former OSD to CM and Haryana housing board chairman Jawahar Yadav Union minister Chaudhary Birendar Singh and Uchana MLA Prem Lata were in the photographs "Khattar has claimed earlier that Kalkal is an active member of Congress and the main conspirator of Rohtak riot If Kalkal is a Congress member than how he was in the photographs along with top BJP leaders" Sharma asked Written by PTI | Mumbai | Published: June 2 2013 11:54 am Related News Renowned south director K S Ravikumarwho has teamed up with Sanjay Dutt for his Hindi film debut Policegirisays the actor wants the film to do a business of Rs 100 crore Sanjay Dutt53is currently serving his sentence in Pune’s Yerwada jail in connection with 1993 Mumbai serial blasts case “He was happy with the way the film shaped up He said he will be happy to know that the film did well He had told all of us that he would be happy if the film does Rs 100 crore (business)” director K S Ravikumar told PTI while expressing his sadness that Sanjay Dutt was not there with them now Praising Sanjay Dutt for his acting skillsRavikumar said”He is a great actor and a very good performer He was jolly on the setshe was at times moody Buthe was very much into the character He used to give the shot in one take He is a director’s artist” Even though Sanjay Dutt is quite an experienced actor in Bollywoodhe never questioned the vision of the directorwho is making his debut in Hindi cinema In March this yearthe Supreme Court upheld Sanjay Dutt’s conviction in the 1993 serial blasts case for illegally possessing firearms and sentenced him to five years’ imprisonment Sanjay Dutt is currently serving the remaining three years of his term The apex court gave him time to surrender to complete his film projectsas huge money had been invested in them by the producers “We did not just wind up the film After the judgement camewe were left with 10 to 15 per cent of the shoot He tried to give maximum time for the film We have not shortened or cut anything from the film” Ravikumar said Policegiri is an action film which will see Sanjay Dutt playing a police officer and Prachi Desai as his love interest It is the remake of south movie Saamy “Cop films are doing well in south as well I am a commercial directorwe have made changes according to Hindi film audience We have confidence that the film will do well” Ravikumar said The makers insist that the filmslated for release on July 5has “never seen before” action sequences For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News His lawyer Gaby Lasky told reporters the "Israeli military cannot stop non-violent demonstrations with weapons,who had a meeting with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at Writers?com For all the latest Mumbai News.

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