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taken into preventive accepts the apology  no substance, says BJP’s Roger Federer in last­four
custody at Nilackal  of Abhijit Iyer­Mitra  Vinay Sahasrabuddhe  stage of ATP Finals 
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NEARBY
Delhi Chief Secy. Anshu
Prakash transferred
NEW DELHI
Ganga waterway project cleared after overruling expert panel
Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Environment Ministry and inland the  river  between  Varanasi vancy works. ion Ministry of Environment
in Uttar Pradesh and Haldia The  ₹5,369  crore  project and  Forests  and  the  Inland
Prakash, who was allegedly
assaulted at Chief Minister
waterways body differed on clearances in West Bengal. The project is  partly  funded  by  the Waterways  Authority  of  In­
Arvind Kejriwal’s residence in Jacob Koshy try.  The  latter  had  recom­ entails  construction  of  3 World Bank. However, to en­ dia (IWAI), which is attached
February this year, was NEW DELHI mended  public  consulta­ multimodal terminals (Vara­ able  container  barges  and to the Union Shipping Minis­
transferred to the India’s  longest  waterway tions  and  a  full­fledged nasi, Sahibganj and Haldia); ships to carry at least 2,000 try, have been at odds over
Department of project,  one  terminal  of environment clearance, doc­ 2 intermodal  terminals;  5 whether  this  dredging  re­
Telecommunications on which  was  inaugurated  by uments  made  available Roll On–Roll Off (Ro­Ro) ter­
https://www.Estore33.com SUNDAY SPECIAL quired  environmental  clea­
Saturday, an official order Prime  Minister  Narendra through  the  Right  to  Infor­ minal  pairs;  a  new  naviga­ rance (EC). This process in­
stated. The 1986­batch IAS Modi earlier this week, was mation (RTI) Act show. tion lock at Farakka; assured tonnes, the project requires volves  a  consultation  with
officer of the AGMUT cadre made  possible  only  after  a As part of the the Modi go­ depth dredging; an integrat­ the river bed to be dredged locals likely to be affected by
was at loggerheads with the high­power  Committee  of vernment’s  ambitious  plan ed vessel repair and mainte­ to  enable  a  minimum  draft the  project  and  residing  at
Kejriwal government. An
Ministers and senior officials to  make  stretches  of  the nance facility; a Differential of three metres along the riv­ locations  along  the  river,
order of the Department of
from  multiple  Ministries 2,500­km­long  Ganga  suita­ Global  Positioning  System er, as well as to make the riv­ where  major  constructions
Personnel and Training said
overruled the recommenda­ ble for transporting contain­ (DGPS); a River Information er channel at least 45 metres would be executed.
Mr. Prakash has been posted
as Additional Secretary in the
tions  of  experts  appointed ers,  it  decided  to  make  na­ System  (RIS);  and  ‘river wide. Not so placid: The recommendation for environmental
Department of by  the  Environment  Minis­ vigable a 1,390­km stretch of training’  and  river  conser­ Since early 2016, the Un­ CONTINUED ON A PAGE 10 clearance and public consultation was rejected. R.V. MOORTHY
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‘Fear of probe led to curbs on CBI’  Poll panel orders transfer of
No sovereignty on corruption, Jaitley says of A.P., West Bengal move on consent  senior Chhattisgarh official 
Special Correspondent case. In the case of West Ben­ in the CBI as a lame excuse
NEW DELHI gal, the alleged involvement and a ruse to brazenly save Offered journalist money to record video of Cong. leaders
Union  Finance  Minister of Trinamool Congress lead­ the corrupt and extend polit­
Arun Jaitley on Saturday said ers in the Narada and Shara­ ical patronage to people and Special Correspondent leged that public money was
“there  is  no  sovereignty  of da  scam  “cannot  be  wiped organisations  involved  in NEW DELHI being used to target the Con­
any  State  in  the  matter  of out by merely saying we will acts of corruption and crimi­ The Election Commission on gress. 
corruption.” keep away the CBI,” Mr. Jait­ nality,” the Rajya Sabha MP Saturday ordered the remo­ Special Secretary P. Anba­
He was responding to the ley said. said. val  of  Secretary  and  Com­ lagan,  a  2004­batch  IAS  of­
decision by the Andhra Pra­ In  New  Delhi,  the  BJP The Congress government missioner  of  Public  Rela­ ficer, will replace Mr. Toppo,
desh  and  West  Bengal  go­ again lashed out at the And­ in  Punjab,  however,  said  it tions  of  the  Chhattisgarh who has been transferred to
vernments to withdraw ‘gen­ hra Pradesh and West Bengal had  no  intention  of  with­ government  Rajesh  Toppo the State Secretariat as Spe­
eral  consent’  to  the  Central governments.  “It  is  a  clear drawing consent to the CBI.  after he was caught on tape cial Secretary.
Bureau of Investigation (CBI) malafide  exercise  of  power “Any  decision  in  this  re­ asking  a  journalist  to  film Rajesh Toppo  The Congress also lodged
to conduct searches and oth­ step  of  not  letting  the  CBI by corrupt parties to protect gard will be taken by the cen­ Congress  members  abusing a complaint  with  the  Elec­
er operations in their States.  come to the State.” their interests and a grand al­ tral leadership,” tweeted Ra­ the  party’s  State  president the video was earlier broad­ tion  Commission  and  sub­
Mr.  Jaitley,  who  was  in He alleged that in the case liance of these most corrupt veen Thukral, media adviser Bhupesh  Baghel.  He  is  also cast by a local news channel. mitted  a  copy  of  the  video
Bhopal  to  release  the  BJP of  Andhra  Pradesh,  the parties  is  coming  up,”  BJP to  Chief  Minister  Captain heard  allegedly  offering  to and transcripts, seeking Mr.
manifesto  for  the  Madhya move  to  withdraw  general spokesperson  G.V.L.  Nara­ Amarinder.  pay for the operation.  Misuse of public funds Toppo’s removal. 
Pradesh  Assembly  election, consent  was  motivated  by simha Rao said.  On  Thursday,  Mr.  Baghel Seeking  the  immediate  sus­ The second phase of elec­
added that “only those that the  fear  of  what  is  likely  to “The  State  government ‘WITHDRAWAL OF CONSENT WILL shared the alleged conversa­ pension  of  the  2005­batch tion in the State is scheduled
have  a  lot  to  hide  take  the happen  than  any  particular has cited recent happenings HIT FUTURE CBI ACTION’ A PAGE 10 tion on his Twitter handle — IAS  officer,  Mr.  Baghel  al­ on November 20.

‘Centre must reveal loan defaulters list’  Expelled from INLD, Ajay Chautala to float new party 
CIC slams PMO for refusing to comply with his Nov. 2 direction  ‘Gifts’ party to younger brother, promises to offer Haryana voters a viable alternative
Priscilla Jebaraj sioner  slammed  the  PMO with the direction.  VIKAS VASUDEVA rently Leader of the Opposi­ native  to  the  existing  major
NEW DELHI for refusing to comply with “The CPIO of the RBI did CHANDIGARH tion  in  Haryana  Assembly, players in Haryana politics —
The  government  must  di­ his November 2 direction to not provide information ob­ The Indian National Lok Dal Mr. Ajay said at rally in Jind, the Congress, BJP and INLD­
vulge  the  list  of  wilful  de­ explain  what  action  has viously because of instruc­ split  on  Saturday  with  Ajay “Today  I  am  gifting  INLD  to Bahujan  Samaj  Party  al­
faulters of large loans, Cen­ been  taken  on  former  RBI tions of the higher authori­ Chautala,  expelled  from  the Abhay,  my  younger  brother. liance.  “The  INLD  has  be­
tral  Information Governor  Raghuram  Ra­ ties,  which  might  include party  led  by  his  father  and We will take forward the prin­ come a puppet in the hands
Commissioner  (CIC)  Srid­ jan’s 2015 letter alerting the apex  policymakers,”  Mr former Haryana CM Om Pra­ ciples of Chaudhary Devi Lal of a few people,” Mr. Ajay al­
har  Acharyulu  said  on  Fri­ PMO to high­profile cases of Acharyulu said. kash  Chautala,  announcing [their grandfather and form­ leged. Mr. Abhay held a party
day,  dismissing  the  Prime wilful default.  But  the  CIC  allowed  the that  he  would  float  his  own er Deputy PM] and announce workers’ meeting in Chandi­
Minister’s Office’s latest res­ The  PMO  had  claimed RBI’s request for more time outfit. the name of new party on De­ garh, where he hit out at his
SECTION 2 A 12 PAGES ponse disclaiming responsi­ that as the original petition to respond. Amid  widening  rift  with cember 9.” brother,  saying  those  who Ajay Chautala (right) with his
MAGAZINE A 8 PAGES bility.  was  not  addressed  to  it,  it his  younger  brother  Abhay The  new  party,  Mr.  Ajay staked  claim  over  the  party younger brother Abhay
CLASSIFIEDS A PAGE 4 & 6 In his order, the Commis­ was  not  liable  to  comply INTERVIEW ON A PAGE 10 Singh  Chautala,  who  is  cur­ said, would provide an alter­ have themselves left. Singh Chautala. 

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Art meets politics


to take on
CM Raje in
Rajasthan
Special Correspondent
JAIPUR

The Congress on Saturday
fielded Manvendra Singh,
son  of  former  BJP  leader
Jaswant Singh, against Ra­
jasthan Chief Minister Va­
sundhara  Raje  from  her
home turf of Jhalrapatan,
which she has represented
thrice  since  2003  in  the
Assembly.

‘Our mistake’
Mr.  Singh,  54,  who  was
elected  from  Sheo  in
Barmer district in 2013 as
a BJP  candidate,  quit  the
party  in  September  this
year, following differences
with  Ms.  Raje  over  denial
of ticket to his father in the
2014 Lok Sabha election. 
He  had  stated  that
Carnatic singer T.M. Krishna performing at the Delhi government’s Awam ki Awaz concert series at the Garden of Five Senses in choosing  the  lotus  was
south Delhi on Saturday. The concert was held three days after the Airports Authority of India pulled out of a festival featuring “our mistake”. 
the singer. SHIV KUMAR PUSHPAKAR (REPORTS ON PAGE 9)
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Kejriwal stopped from visiting Haryana dispensary 
Special Correspondent The Haryana government said  the  media  adviser  to expressed interest in visiting asked:  “...How  can  anyone
NEW DELHI/CHANDIGARH was  quick  to  deny  any  role, Chief  Minister  Manohar  Lal a Haryana  government  dis­ by stopped like this? What is
Delhi  Chief  Minister  Arvind claiming  he  was  blocked  by Khattar. pensary.  Receiving  no  res­ Mr Khattar afraid of?”
Kejriwal claimed on Saturday local villagers opposed to his Mr. Kejriwal, the Aam Aad­ ponse from Mr. Khattar, the Assandh SDM Anurag Dha­
that  he  had  been  prevented visit. “The protest against Mr. mi Party national convenor, Delhi  Chief  Minister  was  on lia told The Hindu that resi­
from visiting a dispensary in Kejriwal was staged by local had  on  November  2  written his way to a dispensary in Ha­ dents  of  Balpabana  village
Haryana  by  the  BJP  govern­ villagers, who are against Mr. to the Haryana Chief Minister ryana’s  Assandh,  in  Karnal and  surrounding  areas  im­
ment in that State, which he Kejriwal  and  his  party. inviting him to visit a mohalla district, when he alleged he posed  a  blockade  and  re­
said was scared of losing the Where does the State govern­ clinic  set  up  by  the  AAP  go­ was stopped. fused to lift it despite the ad­
2019 Assembly elections. ment  come  in  the  picture?” vernment in Delhi, while he In  a  tweet,  Mr.  Kejriwal ministration’s request. 
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Adding to the woes

Capital a smart city’
R.V. MOORTHY

Criminal with ₹25,000 Sisodia calls for ‘clarity’ in governance to achieve goal
bounty arrested 
Staff Reporter
NEW DELHI
A 23­year­old man identified
New Delhi <
> Until and unless we
make our
as Vikas who had a bounty of The Capital cannot become governance system
₹25,000 was arrested by the a smart  city  till  ‘fighting’
smarter, no
Crime Branch on Friday. The among  multiple  agencies
technology can help
police said that the accused stops, Deputy Chief Minister
along with his associates had Manish  Sisodia  said  at  an us... We have a Delhi
robbed an SUV and abducted event here on Saturday. that belongs to the
its owner before throwing Organised  by  the  PHD DDA, a Delhi that
the victim in Kapashera. The Chamber of Commerce and belongs to L-G
police said that Vikas is Industry  at  the  NDMC  Con­ sahab, one Delhi
passionate about firearms vention Centre here, Mr. Si­ that is of the Delhi
and has tried and tested sodia  called  for  ‘clarity’  in Manish Sisodia  Police, one Delhi
many in the last few years.
STAFF REPORTER the  Capital’s  governance. that belongs to the
Delhi Industries Minister Sa­ dination among these agen­ NDMC. You need to
tyendar  Jain  was  also  pre­ cies for the welfare of Delhi­ bring clarity for
Correction  sent at the event. ites  and  they  are  fighting
There was an error in the becoming a smart
There was, Mr. Sisodia ar­ among themselves. In such
briefly column story titled city
gued,  “total  confusion”  in circumstances,  converting
“Pet dog bites woman, YMCA Manish Sisodia
official jailed” published on
Delhi owing to the multiplic­ the  present  landscape  of Deputy Chief Minister 
page 1 of Delhi Metro on ity  of  agencies.  “Until  and Delhi  into  a  smarter  city One of the 3,000 illegal nurseries over the floodplains of Yamuna in New Delhi. The National Green Tribunal had noted that
November 16. It was reported unless  we  make  our  gover­ would  not  be  possible,”  he be transparency. activities relating to cement pots and nurseries were going on without permission from the Delhi Department Authority which
that the YMCA official was nance  system  smarter,  no said. Meanwhile, the Delhi go­ is causing pollution as broken pots are being converted into debris and deposited on the riverbed itself.  V.V. KRISHNAN *

‘jailed’ which is factually technology can help us,” he vernment  has  started  a


incorrect. He was formally said. Smart governance scheme  wherein  resident
arrested and then released on
bail as the sections levelled Chaos prevails
Mr. Sisodia said smart gover­
nance is the core solution to
welfare  associations  will  be
given  ₹1.8  lakh  per  acre  for Senior citizen Chief Secy. Anshu AAP hails
against him are bailable. The “We  have  a  Delhi  that  be­ develop  a  smart  city  in the upkeep of parks, Mr. Jain
found dead convictions
error is regretted.  longs  to  the  DDA,  a  Delhi
that  belongs  to  L­G  sahab,
which  a  single  authority  is
put  in  place  to  take  deci­
said at the event. 
He  said  forms  for  the
at residence Prakash transferred  in anti­Sikh
one Delhi that is of the Delhi sions  without  any  political same  can  be  downloaded
Police,  one  Delhi  that  be­
longs  to  the  NDMC.  You
ill will to provide a better life
to citizens.
from the website of the Envi­
ronment  Department,  and Staff Reporter He was at loggerheads with Kejriwal govt. riots case
need to bring clarity for be­ Mr.  Jain  concurred  with after filling them, the RWAs NEW DELHI

coming a smart city,” he said Mr. Sisodia and accused the can contact local MLAs.  A 73­year­old  woman  was Press Trust of India Staff Reporter
New Delhi
further.  The  Deputy  Chief Delhi Development Authori­ “The  funds  will  be  given found  killed  at  her  resi­ NEW DELHI

Minister said multiple agen­ ty and the Municipal Corpo­ to the resident welfare asso­ dence  in  South­East  Del­ Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu The  Aam  Aadmi  Party  on
cies taking decisions for the ration of Delhi of being cor­ ciations (RWA), irrespective hi’s Sarita Vihar area on Sa­ Prakash, who was allegedly Saturday  welcomed  the
people  of  Delhi  resulted  in rupt adding that the current of the parks belonging to any turday evening. The police assaulted  at  Chief  Minister Delhi  court’s  decision  on
“chaos”. system  had  become  quite civic  agency,”  Mr.  Jain  said. have registered a case and Arvind Kejriwal’s residence Wednesday to convict two
“There is hardly any coor­ opaque and there needed to (With PTI inputs) begun probe.  in  February  this  year,  was persons  for  the  murder  of
Deputy  Commissioner transferred  to  the  Depart­ two  Sikhs  during  the  1984
of  Police  (South­East) ment  of  Telecommunica­ anti­Sikh riots. 

Court discharges Kejriwal in defamation case Chinmoy  Biswal  said  the


victim has been identified
as Savitri Pandey who used
tions on Saturday, an official
order stated.
Mr. Prakash, a 1986­batch
AAP convener and Delhi
Chief Minister Arvind Kejri­
wal  said  in  a  tweet:  “Aap
to reside with her husband IAS officer of the Arunachal welcomes  Delhi  Court’s
Complainant shall have the liberty to file a fresh complaint, says court on the ground floor while Pradesh­Goa­Mizoram  and convictions, tho big fish are
her  son,  daughter­in­law Union  Territory  (AGMUT) Anshu Prakash still to be punished [sic].”
Nirnimesh Kumar that  it  is  barred  under  the rickshaw­puller,  cobbler, through a power of attorney. and  grandson  used  to  re­ cadre,  was  at  loggerheads The  party’s  statement,
New Delhi law. But at the same time, it grocery seller, barber, farm­ Discharging the Chief Mi­ side  at  the  back  of  the with  the  Kejriwal released  by  spokesperson
A Delhi  court  on  Saturday said  that  the  complainant er, labourer have black mo­ nister,  Additional  Chief  Me­ house in a separate accom­ government. <
> Anshu Prakash has
been posted as Raghav Chadha, welcomed
discharged  Chief  Minister has the liberty to file a fresh ney,” the complainant quot­ tropolitan Magistrate Samar modation.  According to an order of Additional the  conviction  of  Naresh
Arvind Kejriwal on a techni­ complaint  in  accordance ed  Mr.  Kejriwal  as  saying  at Vishal said, “The complaint “A PCR call was received Department  of  Personnel Sehrawat  and  Yashpal
Secretary in the
cal ground in a criminal de­ with law. the press conference. of defamation filed through at 6.35 p.m. regarding slit­ and  Training  (DoPT),  Mr. Singh,  who  were  found
Department of
famation case filed by Rajya The  Chief  Minister  had Counsel  for  Mr.  Kejriwal, the  power  of  attorney  is ting of throat of an elderly Prakash has been posted as guilty of killing two and in­
Sabha  member  and  former made the remark at a press B.S.  Joon,  opposed  framing barred by Section 199 CrPC. lady.  When  the  police Additional  Secretary  in  the Telecommunications juring three relatives of one
non­executive  chairman  of conference, the complainant of  charges  against  the  CM Hence,  proceeding  further reached the spot, she was Department of Personnel of the deceased during the
Department  of and Training order
Zee TV Subhash Chandra for had said. submitting  that  only  an  ag­ with this case will be a futile found  lying  on  the  sofa Telecommunications. riots in south Delhi’s Mahi­
allegedly  mentioning  his “From the Prime Minister grieved  person  can  file  a exercise  as  this  case  is  also with  her  throat  slit,”  Mr. al  Secretary  in  the  Depart­ palpur.  “However,  sadly
name  while  talking  about of India, from Amit Shah and case of defamation. Mr. Joon filed through power of attor­ Biswal  said.  The  woman Contenders for post ment of Agriculture Cooper­ the  masterminds  behind
black money hoarders in the from Bharatiya Janata Party, further argued that only the ney. Accordingly accused Ar­ was  rushed  to  hospital He  had  alleged  assault  by ation and Farmers Welfare, the large scale riots are still
country. I intend  to  ask  three  ques­ complainant  (Mr.  Chandra) vind  Kejriwal  is  discharged where  she  was  declared some AAP MLAs in the pre­ was also transferred.  at  large.  We  thank  the
Mr. Chandra had filed the tions.  That,  in  their  eyes, was  competent  to  file  the from this case. However, the dead.  sence of Mr. Kejriwal and his He  was  posted  as  Addi­ courts for upholding justice
complaint through his pow­ who has black money? Am­ complaint personally.  complainant  shall  have  the The  police  said  the deputy  Manish  Sisodia  at tional  Secretary  in  the  In­ and  convicting  the  rioters
er  of  attorney  Gulshan  Ku­ bani,  Adani,  Sharad  Pawar, Further, Mr. Chandra had liberty  to  file  a  fresh  com­ crime scene was inspected the  Chief  Minister’s  resi­ land  Waterways  Authority but  until  the  big  fish  are
mar  Sachdeva  in  2016.  The Subhash Chandra or Badal — not taken permission of the plaint  in  accordance  with and  the  house  was  not dence in February this year. of  India,  the  DoPT  order caught,  justice  will  be  in­
court  dismissed  it,  saying they  have  black  money?  Or court  to  file  the  complaint law.” found ransacked.  Jalaj Srivastava, Addition­ said.  complete,” the AAP said.

Signature Bridge case: AAP MLA Delhi govt. forms panel Escorts Mujesar­Ballabgarh


Amanatullah Khan gets bail  to revise auto fares  corridor gets CMRS approval
Committee to submit report in 30 days 
Press Trust of India
New Delhi
tion  and  not  tamper  with PM to flag off section on Nov. 19 for passenger operations
evidence  or  influence Press Trust of India Dikshit government in 2013.
A Delhi  court  on  Saturday witnesses. New Delhi There  are  around  one Staff Reporter “The CMRS has accorded corts Mujesar. Passenger op­
NEW DELHI
granted  anticipatory  bail  to Three  case  were  regis­ In an attempt to woo autor­ lakh  registered  autorick­ the mandatory approval for erations on the corridor will
AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan tered at New Usmanpur pol­ ickshaw drivers ahead of the shaws  operating  in  Delhi. Delhi  Metro’s  3.2  km­long the  commencement  of  pas­ begin on the same day (No­
in a case lodged against him ice station under North­East 2019  Lok  Sabha  elections, The  auto  drivers  had  ex­ stretch between Escorts Mu­ senger operations on the 3.2 vember  19)  from  5  p.m.,
in connection with the ruck­ district  in  connection  with the ruling Aam Aadmi Party tended support to the Aam jesar  and  Raja  Nahar  Singh km­long Escorts Mujesar­Ra­ DMRC further added. 
us at the inaugural function the incidents during the in­ has formed a committee to Aadmi  Party  and  cam­ (Ballabgarh)  corridor  has ja Nahar Singh [Ballabgarh] With  the  opening  of  this
of Signature Bridge.  auguration  of  Signature revise auto fares. paigned  for  it  in  2014  Lok been approved by the Com­ section.  This  extension  will section, the Violet Line will
Special  Judge  Arun  Bha­ Bridge following complaints The 11­member fare revi­ Sabha  polls  and  Assembly missioner of Metro Rail Safe­ be formally flagged off via re­ now cover approximately 46
radwaj granted relief to Mr. from Delhi BJP president Ma­ sion  committee  chaired  by elections in Delhi in 2015. ty (CMRS), said a Delhi Me­ mote by Prime Minister Na­ km, having 34 stations. 
Khan, saying that it was not a Amanatullah Khan noj Tiwari. Special  Commissioner At present, some auto un­ tro Rail Corporation (DMRC) rendra  Modi  on  November This  section  is  a  part  of
case where custodial interro­ Advocate Irshad, appear­ (Transport) Anil Banka will ions accuse the Kejriwal­led spokesperson. 19”  said  Anuj  Dayal,  DMRC Delhi Metro’s Phase III pro­
gation was required. or ₹1 lakh and one surety of ing for Mr. Khan, had moved submit its report to the go­ Delhi government of not do­ Prime  Minister  Narendra spokesperson. ject.  Officials  said  that  the
It  is  directed  that  in  the like amount to the arresting the application for anticipa­ vernment  in  30  days,  a  se­ ing  anything  to  save  them Modi  is  expected  to  flag  off The corridor is an exten­ DMRC remaining sections of
event of arrest, the applicant officer, the court said. tory  bail  saying  the  MLA nior Delhi government offic­ from onslaught of cab aggre­ the  section  via  remote  on sion  of  the  Metro’s  existing the Phase III is expected to
(Khan)  shall  be  released  on It,  however,  directed  Mr. feared that he will be arrest­ er said. The auto fares were gators and meet their other November  19,  the  DMRC Violet  Line,  that  runs  bet­ start  passenger  operations
furnishing  a  personal  bond Khan  to  join  the  investiga­ ed by the police.  last  revised  by  the  Sheila demands.  said.  ween Kashmere Gate and Es­ “by the end of this year”. 

‘90% citizens aware of air pollution but lack awareness of causes and impact’
Study shows the AQI level on Diwali highlights gaps in perception; desperate need for national­level campaign aimed at addressing belief systems, change in behaviour
Bindu Shajan Perappadan Delhi had the highest level of ople’s  initiatives  to  control tion. However, looking at the needed  to  be  launched  by
NEW DELHI awareness. Delhi was closely pollution  —  which  only violations that happened on the  government,  polluting
A public  perception  study followed by Chennai, Benga­ looked at walking whenever Diwali night in most parts of companies  should  be  fined
designed to find out the level luru, Pune and Kolkata. possible (59.7%), tree planta­ north India, I feel that people as  per  the  law,  the  govern­
of awareness — cause, effect, Although  awareness  was tion  (40.2%)  and  reduced do not fully believe in stated ment should bring in stricter
precaution and solution — of higher in tier­1 metro cities, energy  consumption  at causes of air pollution and its and  newer  laws  to  control
air  pollution  showed  that with  Delhi­NCR  leading  the home (36.2%). proportionate  impact.  They and  mitigate  pollution,  and
90%  of  the  people  inter­ way, understanding of tech­ also do not see air pollution also  put  pressure  on  power
viewed across highly pollut­ nical  terms  such  as  AQI, Diwali night as a significant contributor to stations  and  industries  to
ed  cities  have  heard  of  air PM2.5  and  PM10  ranked  at On Diwali (November 7), air their  existing  or  future switch to cleaner processes.
pollution but lack awareness 54%, 29.6% and 17.8% respec­ quality  in  Delhi­NCR  plum­ health conditions. There is a Yogesh Ranganath of Azim
about the causes and effects. tively.  meted  to  ‘hazardous’  as desperate need for a nation­ Premji  Philanthropic  Initia­
The  study  also  revealed PM2.5 levels hit 999 in many al­level  campaign  aimed  at tives  said,  “This  [survey]
5,000 interviewed that  the  age  group  of  18­25 part  of  the  city,  after  resi­ addressing  belief  systems highlights  a  big  problem  in
The study was conducted in years  “always”  seeks  infor­ dents  flouted  the  Supreme and change in behaviour.” the  way  information  is  dis­
highly  polluted  areas  like  — mation on air quality. Court’s 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. dea­ seminated  currently,  which
Delhi­NCR,  Kolkata,  Patna, The  study  was  commis­ dline for bursting crackers. Govt. intervention is  entirely  based  on  AQI  by
Lucknow,  Varanasi,  Amrit­ sioned by the Clean Air Col­ An urban emissions study While  the  Environment  Mi­ the CPCB [the Central Pollu­
sar, Singrauli, Dhanbad, Rai­ lective,  an  unbranded  net­ revealed that close to 5 mil­ nistry is yet to notify the re­ tion Control Board] and very
pur, Korba, Chandrapur, An­ work  of  more  than  80  civil lion  kg  of  firecrackers  were vised National Clean Air Ac­ less emphasis on disseminat­
gul,  Nagpur,  and  cities society organisations, citizen burnt in Delhi. tion Plan for India’s choking ing  the  underlying  consti­
becoming  rapidly  polluted groups and experts working Ashutosh Dikshit, the CEO cities,  towns  and  villages, tuents  in  an  easy  to  access
like Bengaluru, Pune, Mum­ on the issue of air pollution “This comprehensive sur­ that they need to do nothing will politicians wake up and of United Residents Joint Ac­ there  is  a  high  demand  for and use manner. Measures to
bai  and  Chennai.  At  least across  the  country.  It  was vey reveals that while aware­ at  the  individual  level.  This take action,” said Debi Goen­ tion, an apex body of Delhi’s immediate  government  in­ be employed for each type of
5,000  people  were  inter­ conducted by CMSR Consul­ ness of the adverse effects of perception  needs  to  be  ad­ ka  of  Conservation  Action RWAs, said, “This exhaustive tervention.  pollutant are different and af­
viewed as part of the study, tants, a multidisciplinary re­ air  pollution  is  very  high, dressed. It is only when peo­ Trust.  survey reaffirms the fact that More  than  80%  agreed fect  various  vulnerable
which found that residents of search group. most  people  seem  to  think ple make this a priority issue He was speaking about pe­ people are aware of air pollu­ that a mass media campaign groups differently.”
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CITY 3

3­year­old girl found dead, mother and brother critical
Victim’s in-laws allege she attacked kids before harming self; she had strained relations with her husband over his drinking habit and unemployment
Hemani Bhandari

NGT Bench says no need
New Delhi

A 3­year­old  girl  was  found


live in the opposite building,
came  over  and  intervened.
His  father  Karimuddin  took
It is a murder attempt on my
daughter, says woman’s father
for any further order.  dead, and her mother and 1­ him  to  his  house,  while  his
year­old  brother  injured  at mother Rehisan stayed back
Plea against their  residence  in  Malviya
Nagar on Saturday morning.
with  Mohsina  and  the  chil­
dren,” he said.
biodiversity The girl’s mother has been Karimuddin, a dairy farm The ASI refutes claims made by the 30-year-old’s in-laws
identified  as  30­year­old owner and milk supplier, re­
park Mohsina, the daughter of as­
sistant  sub­inspector  Ishaq
turned at 10 a.m. to take his
wife back home from Mohsi­
Hemani Bhandari
New Delhi
they called and asked her to
return  because  they  were
dismissed Mohd  who  is  posted  in  the
Saket Court police post, the
na’s house. 
“It was after my aunt left
Assistant sub­inspector Ishaq
Mohd, posted in Saket Court
missing the children. They al­
so said they wanted to get a
police said. the  house  that  Mohsina police post, suspects that his fixed  deposit  done  in  her
Staff Reporter Mohsina’s  in­laws  alleged Mohsina was found injured at their fourth­floor residence in stabbed  the  children  and daughter  Mohsina  and  her daughter’s name, which they
New Delhi that she stabbed the children Hauz Rani around 11 a.m. on Saturday.  SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT * herself,” Zubair claimed. children  were  attacked  by did not. We then brought her
Following a report submit­ before harming herself.  Shamim’s  family  claimed her husband and in­laws. back,” the father said.
ted  by  the  Gautam  Buddh However,  the  police  said lying injured at their fourth­ formed  the  family  and  the that  Mohsina  was  mentally Mohsina and her son were Assistant sub­inspector Shamim’s  family  had
Nagar Division Forest Offic­ they  are  yet  to  determine  if floor residence in Hauz Rani trio were rushed to a hospital unfit, but her father rejected found  injured  while  her  3­ Ishaq Mohd. asked Mr. Mohd to buy a flat
* HEMANI BHANDARI
er, the National Green Tri­ she tried to kill herself after around  11  a.m.,  the  police in Saket, the police said.  the allegation.  year­old girl dead at their re­ in his name if he cared about
bunal (NGT) has dismissed attacking the children or so­ said.  Sana  succumbed  to  inju­ sidence in Malviya Nagar on mim was unemployed, alco­ his  daughter,  the  father  al­
a plea  moved  against  the meone else attacked them. Their  neighbour  Sapna, ries  while  Mohsina  and  her Case registered Saturday morning. holic and also took drugs.  leged.  “I  had  given  a  car  in
development of a biodiver­ Mohsina, her daughter Sa­ who  spotted  the  trio,  said son  are  battling  for  life  in  a Additional  Deputy  Commis­ A resident  of  Mewat,  Mr. “Mohsina  had  asked  him dowry.  I  told  them  I  cannot
sity park in Noida. na and son Anas were found Mohsina had sent for her.  private hospital. sioner  of  Police  (South)  Vi­ Mohd  said,  “Mohsina  loved to quit the bad habit and start do  anything  any  more,”  he
A Bench headed by NGT Mohsina’s in­laws said she jayanta Arya said the police her  children.  No  matter working instead. But her in­ said.  Recalling  his  last  con­
chairperson Justice Adarsh ‘Stab injuries’ married  Shamim  four  years have registered a case under what, she cannot stab them. laws  did  not  encourage  him versation with his daughter,
Kumar  Goel  said:  “We  do
not  find  it  necessary  to <
> The possibility of
someone else
“I was inside my house when
my  nephew  told  me  that
ago  but  relations  between
the couple were strained for
Sections  302  (punishment
for  murder)  and  307  (at­
Her  in­laws  never  liked  her
and  I  think  her  husband,
for the same. The duo often
fought over these issues. She
Mr.  Mohd  said  he  spoke  to
her about four days ago. “She
pass any order further.”  attacking the trio Mohsina had sent for me. As the  last  few  months  as  they tempt to murder). mother­in­law  and  brother­ was also beaten up by his fa­ sounded normal and said she
The  plea,  moved  by has not yet been I reached  the  house,  I  saw fought over Shamim’s drink­ “The  possibility  of  some­ in­law  have  done  this,”  ad­ mily,” Mr. Mohd said. was fine,” he said.
NGO Social Action for For­ ruled out. The Mohsina had a stab injury on ing,  drug  abuse  and one  else  attacking  the  trio ding:  “Why  would  she  call About  three  months  ago, Mohsina’s  brother  Tarif
est and Environment, had matter will her  throat,  while  Anas  was unemployment. has  not  yet  been  ruled  out. the neighbour for help if her Mr.  Mohd  said  he  had  re­ said,  he  had  met  his  sister
resisted  against  the  deve­ become clear after bleeding  profusely  on  the Shamim’s  cousin  Zubair The matter will become clear intention was to die.”  ceived a call from Shamim’s four  days  ago.  “Our  youn­
lopment  of  a  biodiversity bed. Mohsina gestured, ask­ claimed  Shamim  had  come after  Mohsina  is  in  a  condi­ Mohsina’s family said she brother  Salim  saying  that ger’s  sister  will  get  married
Mohsina is in a
park  in  Noida  Sector  91, ing me to come inside. There home  drunk  around  12.30 tion to talk. Forensic and cir­ got married to Shamim four Mohsina was crying and the soon  and  so  I  had  gone  to
stating  that  “illegal  felling
condition to talk. was no one else outside or in­ a.m.  on  Saturday,  following cumstantial evidence will al­ years ago but they have been family should visit her. give  Mohsina  money  to  buy
Vijayanta Arya
of  trees  was  going  to  take Additional Deputy Commissioner of
side the house,” Sapna said. which the couple had a fight.  so play a role in ascertaining living  separately  for  a  year “We then took her to Me­ clothes for the wedding,” he
place”.  Police (South) She  immediately  in­ “Shamim’s  parents,  who the truth,” Ms. Arya said. now.  They  added  that  Sha­ wat.  Around  20  days  ago, said.
“It was alleged that con­
struction of the biodiversi­
0
ty  park  had  commenced
without obtaining requisite
approvals.  It  was  also  al­
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traction was being done for
the project.”  Staff Reporter conducted  on  the  patient, of  the  83­year­old  patient, embolism…these risks were contended that “appropriate
The report by DFO read: New Delhi the  consumer  panel  ob­ the  risks  involved  in never  explained,”  read  the treatment  was  provided  to
“No tree has been felled af­ Holding Sir Ganga Ram Hos­ served: “Perusal of the con­ angioplasty. complaint.  “Complainants the patient, pre­operational
ter the felling date notified pital guilty of medical negli­ sent  form  shows  that  the “Submission  of  the  com­ said  that  his  death  was  ac­ and post­operational.” 
by the Divisional Sales Of­ gence,  the  State  Consumer complication  which  took plainants  is  that  the  said cumulation of ill advised an­ Raising questions over the
ficer…As  per  the  project Disputes  Redressal  forum place in the present case was [consent] form made no dis­ gioplasty and its aftermath,” implementation  of  the  pro­
designed  by  the  Noida has  directed  the  hospital  to never  explained…[doctor] tinction  between  a  surgical the Bench observed.  cedure  on  a  83­year­old  pa­
Authority,  about  8,000 compensate a patient’s fami­ failed  to  disclose  to  the  pa­ operation and a non­invasive However,  the  doctor  and tient with “compromised re­
trees and 1,00,000 shrubs ly by paying a sum amount­ tient  and  his  attendants intervention  procedure  like the hospital contended that nal function”, the consumer
of different variety of spe­ ing to over ₹10 lakh.  adequate information.”  angioplasty.  Contention  of “appropriate  consent”  was panel  directed  the  doctor
cies are to be planted in the Stating  that  there  was  no The  complainant  stated the complainants is that dur­ taken from the family mem­ and  the  hospital  to  jointly
said area, which is called as “informed  consent”  before that  the  hospital  failed  to ing  angioplasty  the  patient bers before undertaking the compensate the patient’s fa­
the biodiversity park.” the  medical  procedure  was communicate  to  the  family suffered  strokes  because  of procedure.  It  was  further mily. 

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CHRISTIAN PENTECOSTAL 25/162 THULUVAVELLALA MUDALIAR 24/ SC-AD Mar1982/167 Chitirai Kanni BE IYER GOWRI, 33, Degree, No Father. NAIDU/KAPU, GIRL 1981/163 only
BA,MA(PhD)VFair seek Dr,Engr, MBA 175 Fair BE,MBA-Final, Placed in Lea- TL in Wipro 12Lpa seeks settld groom. Seeks Iyer / Iyengar Groom,No Ex- daughter, fair MCA working as Team
settled chennai below 29. 9840046478 ding Pvt Bank,Propertied seeks Groom Ct: 9445824915 / rajiright@gmail.com pectation, Age:33−45.Ct: 9790754669 Leader in USA on H1B VISA looking
EDUCATIONAL 9840061162 / sosgroup@yahoo.co.in for Groom from well cultured family,
CSI GIRL 34/152 slim BA B.Ed, HINDU SC AD V Fair Uthradam PALGHAT IYER Kaushiga Gothram 1992 preferable in USA. Caste no bar. Con-
D.TEd, D.SE.MR, seeks groom. MUDALIAR 27/160CM B.Sc Seeks Bride- Dhanusu 26 BE (CS) 50K pm MNC Chen- born 158cm Uthradam. M.Com, ACS. tact: 09502860817, 0866-2555194.
Ct:8428087165/ 9600221620 groom Settled in Chennai.Govt Job nai. Well educated, rich family Working as a Company Secretary in Email: lakshmi.gantala81@gmail.com
alexpaul95@gmail.com Preferred.ambikavivek12345@gmail.com Seeks well educated affluent groom Chennai, Seeks well Educated groom
DOCTOR below 30 years earning above 10 preferabley Chennai, No to USA ALLIANCE FOR Balija Naidu 27, MBA
lakhs per annum ph 9176723648 94440 13454 / chathapuram@gmail.com from IT professionals, well Set-
BRAHMIN 28/165 MBBS Working in UK, CSI NADAR 37/160 Fair Ph.D SET RC VELLALAR 29/167, Very Fair &
Irish Citizen. Father Brahmin Moth- Asst.Professor Chennai seek un- Slim B.E/B.L (Cyber Law London) CHETTIYAR TAMIL 35/164 MCA fair tled Groom Call: 7401044169,
er Hindu Yadava, Seeks Doctor maried groom 9840310521 Working in Chennai Seeks any Mas- 9043537919
seeks Groom Chettiyar/Mudaliar/Pillai.
Grooms working in UK or willing to sjames_1950@yahoo.in ter Degree. India/Abroad. India/abroad.CasteNoBar.8778667325
move. Ct: ninbha@yahoo.com 8056266803. BALIJA SADAYAM 29/175 BE, MBA
RC NADAR, 26/ 155, Fair, M.A, M.Phil TAMIL YADAVA 36/158 Anusham, HCL seeks Qlfd Setld groom.Ct:99621
(English) Asst.Professor in Bangalore. PARKAVAKULAM UDAYAR 28/157 Msc, seeks suitable groom.CNB E- 48676 / muneshbabu14@gmail .com
BE/ PG. 9442155867 Uthiram MSc(Agri) Shuda Jadagam mail:guna1953.pondy@gmail.com/
seek Groom.9442694956/7708154534 9442155596 BALIJA/GAVARA 25/160 M.E (Only
PENTECOSTAL(WOJ) − BC/ 23yrs/ 164/ Daughter) Punarpusam,Placement
BE/ S/w Engg/ Rich/ Seeks Groom/ HINDU NADAR 26/160 MBBS.MS Fair SC/AD ANUSHAM 24/157 BE seeks trainer@ Chennai,Seeks Non IT,Govt.
Age24−32/ Any Profession/ Only seeks MBBS with PG & Good Family suitable Well Settled Educated Groom, Groom 26 to 29yrs.
WOJ/ India or Abroad. Ct: Background.8682897296 /9443542363 Chennai.Ct: 9710843632/ 9710098156 Ct:9500101812,9940697055
9940644193 YADAVA. DIVORCE, Doctor. MD, 31,
THEVAR, PIRAMALAI−KALLAR, 39, Un- Thiruvathirai, 171, 65K, Seeks. Doctor, KAMMA NAIDU, 24/173, B.E, SWE,
TAMIL GOD fearing spinster 1970/ married, BE (Guindy Engineering Engineer, Advocate & Govt. Job, MNC, 35000PM, Well to do, Seeks In-
165 M.Com, M.Phil Ex−Lecturer College, Chennai), MBA (Northamp- 8610978585 dia/Abroad,7358378866, 8056091059
seeks groom from pious Tamil Chris- ton University,UK), SW Engineer
tian families. Email:godsgiftindia@ Seeks Suitable Groom, Contact HINDU SC/AD B.E 31/152 Fair Thiru- BALIJA NAIDU, 25/163, B.E, L&T,In-
yahoo.com 9962020980 vathirai Private 2L/PA. Seeks Suit- foTech, 500000PA, Well to do,
able Bride Groom. Ct:09444269984 Seeks India/Abroad,9566002501,
CHRISTIAN NADAR 25yrs, BE, Very SAIVA VELALA Pillai (veg) 37/162 BE 8056272922
Fair. Suitable Groom. E.Mail:info@j Divorcee seeks BE/PG well Employed HINDU, SC/AD/ 38/163cm 1stMar-
eyachristianmatrimony.com. groom below 42yr Ct:9444473129 /044 riage, Kumbam, Pooratathi, B.
25507181 / muthuvel4354@gmail.com Pharm, Senior Manager MNC Chennai. KAMMA REPUTED Family Beautiful
7397776598 girl 23/160 BArch seeks groom In-
12Lakhs−PA. Seek good Looking,
dia/abroad NoDemands 9380879808/
CSI / SC / 32yrs /153 cm / B.E./ HINDU SC/PR 30/148 BDS, MBA Good Job, Good Habits, Groom CNB. 9842314444
Wheatish / Seeks Groom in Chennai seeks Dr,Engr,Govt Officers. Caste No Ct: 9940136187
ENGINEER and Good Qualification / 9841258349 Bar. Ct: 044-26152752 / 9003213463
MUDALIAR,25, B Tech, Good look, REDDY V.FAIR 21/160 BE(CSC) Afflu-
Kaviya, 27F, 5'3, Sft Egr, Gavara, RC VELLALAR 25yrs/167cms ME, Infos- working,seeks suitable groom, CNB ent Family−100cr No Expectations
MUDALIAR 28/162, Fair, B.E, Ct:7200866346 / 8778514465 9385599044 / 9848197222
Email: varathan.kasthuri@gmail.com ys, B’lore seek Groom from same Working from affluent rich family seeks what’sapp
community. kairaja@gmail.com suitable Qualified Groom with Masters
ENGLISH 9444030479 Degree (MS) below 32 yrs with same (300 CRORES) MUDALIYAR 26/ M.B.B. CASTENOBAR V.BEAUTIFUL 23/165 BE
Family Background. Ct: 7639581703 S., M.D., Having Own Colleges, (CSC) Deputy Bank Manager/Chennai
MADHAPUR HI−TEC Citi. US based IT Polytechnics, etc. Fair Seeks 9840046277 / 9385599011
Core MNC Campus Recruited BTech AD CSI 25/149, Wheatish, only
Software Engineer 9.5L. Job not daughter, MBA (Media) employed in HINDU GIRL, Devar / Vallambur age Groom. 9940230062
Leading Media Co., Father GM in 31, MBA, Astham Kanni, Required BALIJANAIDU V.FAIR 22/162
transferable 24 Years Good Looking
Girl. Ht: 162. Needs Qualified, Govt. Public Sector, well settled Stars: Krithikai Uthiram Ayilyam ALLIANCE FOR 32 Yrs, 163cm, MBA BE(CSC) Consultant MNC/ Chennai
family seeks suitable groom. Caste Chittirai, Kettai Pooradam, (IIM) Sr.Executive, MNC, Blr, 7 Lakhs 35Kp.m. seeks India/ abroad
Well placed Malayali Handsome boys 9345448354/9383199099
in Hyderabad, but family settled no bar. Ph 7305489550 geetu1021967@ Pooram, Avittam, Mirugashirisham. PA, Father Pillai, Retd. Mgr, Air India,
in Kerala. Contact : 092494 04488 gmail.com invites alliances from profession- Mother Vanniyar, Teacher. Caste/
ally Qualified Person. (Doctor, Ad- Language No bar preference from
or 098467 09945
vocate, Professor excuse) Prefers Bangalore. 9989239957 URDU
CSI CHRISTIAN Nadar Girl Fair, TELUGU
Good Looking, 03−04−1986 born / only Tamilnadu Ct: 9153454545 or
suryaa59@gmail.com . HINDU VATHIRIYAR(SC) 31/160 Po- SMU 22/170 BA,MBA Fair seeks Well
HINDI 152cm / M.Sc M.Phil, working as As- oradam,Divorce,MSc,GovtBank,Banglr
BALIJA 28YRS PG seeks well placed Educated Employed Groom Pvt/Govt.
sistant Professor in a Reputed Wom- Balija groom in India only, from Contact: 9677048574/ 9840768577
RC parents invite alliance for daughter en’s College, Mount Road, Chennai. seeks Employed Groom.9789096257 respectable, educated & well
HINDU VANNIYAKULA Kshtriyar Girl
30/5.3/beautiful working girl MBA,Delhi Both Parents Doctors (Private), 26yr 162 Fair Aayilim M. SAIVA PILLAI Kettai 27/165 BDS placed family. Ct: 9790908109 /
from parents of well employed boys Suitable Alliance, Employed / Set- tech,Phd,Research Scientist Seeks Working in Chennai Seeks Veg/Non− 9884822228 MUSLIM Sr.SWE 34/173 B.Tech,
preferably from Delhi. Please send de- tled in Chennai / With Clean Handsome Educated Employed Groom Veg Pillai Professional PG Groom. MNC Chennai Seeks IT Professional
tails by email : pjcherianj@gmail.com Habits from Same Community. Con- with clean Habits From well to do 9789053039/ meenasri90@icloud.com GAVARA NAIDU 26 fair, Poosam, Ragu/ or well settled educated businessman
9818303855, 9447478151 tact: 9841182514 Family 9443259314 Kethu, MSc, CST empld− Teacher, Re- above 175 below 37yr from decent fa-
MOTHER SAIVA Mudaliar Father Ker- puted School Chennai, seeks SWE/ mily. Divorcees Pls. Excuse. Ph/Wats-
alite 28/158 Uthiradam3 MEWell empld in Engg field. SCNB. app : 9003765355 / 0413-2202326
Placed in Chennai Seeks Suitable Ct:09790945508/
Groom 9445611276 nchandrasekar1950@ soundararajan.v1950@gmail.com MUSLIM SWE 30/173 B.Tech MS
gmail.com (UK) MNC Hyd, seeks IT Professional
GAVARA NAIDU Bharani - 31 fair preferably MS below 32 above 175cm
DIVORCEE, 38, Yoga scholar No en- MBA Manager in SBI. Seeks suitable from educated decent family. Ph/Wats-
cumbrance Formerly SWE. Suitable groom 9629783256, 9486729471 app : 9003765355 / 0413-2202326
Grooms from vegetarian community
mail Biodata and Horoscope to RAJAKAMBALAM 35/162 Fair Mesham PG (DNB) Doctor Bride Urdu Sheik 27
tnjsom@gmail.com Phone 9443740572. Ashwini ME working as Lead in MNC, Fair Slim Pious, Good looking from Aff-
Chennai earning 20L pa seeks Doc-
luent Educated family pursuing final
DKV 28/167CM Fair MS(O&G) girl tor/Engineer groom. Any Naidu ac- year Multi Speciality Hospital Madurai
seeks MD/MS or Civil services ceptable,9841418308 short period khula seeks suitable
groom less than 33 yrs
Ct:9944107323 TELUGU DEVANGA 31/158 B.Com, MBA, unmarried groom Urdu/Tamil Sunnath
Kiruthigai / Rishabam, Widow, No Jamath 9443568046
TAMIL VISWAKARMA, 31, BE, SW− Team issue, Working. Seeks alliance
Lead, Aayilyam seeks educated em- from BE/ PG working Broad Minded URDU MUSLIM Syed / Shaik 23/157
ployed groom, Contact: +91 Persons,Widower without issue. Ct: Beautiful, Fair, Homely, M.Sc, seeks
8220662446. 044−22654788, 09444558474 chennai Employed professional Groom
Educated Chennai Native Family Only.
HINDU TAMIL 23/170 BASLP (Audiolo- (500 CRORES) KAMMA Naidu 23 / Ct: 87789 70869 / 94452 63825
gy and Speech Therapy) working B.E., Own Granites, Mines, Factory
Pvt. Caste no bar. Ct: 9884216764 (1000 Acres, Factory Area) V.Fair,
Only Daughter, Royal Family Seeks SMU PARENTS seeks suitable al-
SAIVA PILLAI B.E MBA (B School) Groom Ct: 9884500425 liance for their daughter, B.E
27/170 Avittam Finance Consultant in (Civil) ,23/160, religious, fair.
a Big 4 Firm Bangalore 13 Lac pa CTC 200 CRORES 26/B.E., Reddy, Own Hos- Email− alhamduillah020@gmail.com.
seeks well Educated Groom. CT: pital in chennai, Lands etc. Well
9443366576, 8870000748. to do Royal Family Seeks Groom. SMU PARENTS Solicit alliance for
9884500425 their 27/170, M.Tech daughter, fair and
HINDU MARAVAR, 26,B.Com, Thulam, employed in Central P.S.U at
Chittirai. Seeks Suitable Groom. 300 CRORES 26/ B.E, Naidu, Own Bangalore. Class I officers of Central
Ct: 9841274275, 9443507834, Leather Export all Over World, Own and State, P.G.Engrs/ Doctors from
8104659140 Hotels in Chennai also, Seeks Tamil Nadu and Karnataka preferred.
Groom 8939550566 Ct: 7892844307, 8660812359
MUDALIAR, 22/165, Fair, MBA, TVS,
CH, 35000PM, Well to do, Seeks In- BALIJA NAIDU Kettai 28/160 M.Tech SMU 29 160 BE MNC Chn seeks groom
dia/Abroad,8754415378, 9566002501 IT Engineer seeks suitable Groom. from MNC Chn BE&above age below 34
9444835593 / mvrngirija@gmail.com ak.nazzar@yahoo.com cont 9710589169
ADIDRAVIDAR, 25/166, MBA, Reputed
Comp, 20000PM, Well to do, Seeks
India/Abroad,9500085718, 7358378866
IAS / ALLIED SERVICES TAMIL TAMIL
YADAVA, 25/165, Fair, B.Tech, Fa-
DIVORCEE I.R.S OFFICER 29/163 Hindu Mudaliar 33/158, GOOD looking girl employed VELLALA PILLAI 25 Fair Beautiful ther Industrialist, Well to do,
Asst. Commr (Customs & CE) Chennai Bangalore. Seeks employed Christ MBA Premier coll wrkg in Reputed Seeks India/Abd,9500147440, COSMOPOLITAN NRI
SEEKS GROOM pref having child. Di- 95kpm seeks similar Employment Govt realised spirit filled Christian boy from Firm seeks Professional Match any 7358378866
BUSINESS OFFER vorced brahmin north Indian phd Service Groom. CNB. Ct: 9840136141. Bangalore only. Contact: 8220712872/ Equal Community Educated Fly.
Well settled Senior Executive, Central TAMIL IYER boy, 1988 born, 190cm,
wrkng girl/ 40 with son/ 10, WA
Email : dskflats@gmail.com 6364044206 8754553307 PILLAI 33 fair Punarpoosam SWE Govt, Hindu, Divorcee 53, Healthy, MBA(US), Simmam, Koushika gothram,
FINANCE 99520−98457 Hyd seeks profly qlfyd empl groom seeks well educated, elite, well settled working as Sr, Product Mgr in Bay
IPS 34/167 seeks groom from Civil CNB Ct 9490752960/ 9052243637. woman between 45 – 54, Divorcee / area, seeks Tamil Brahmin bride,
GENERAL DOCTOR Services or IIT/ IIM/ Doctors with
TAMIL MUSLIM 28YEARS Fair B.E,
seeks Professionals Preferably NRI
VADAMAL, BHARADWAJAM, Uttiratadhi,(
Meenam)1994/156cm,B.E.M.B.A,seeks Widow as a soulmate, CNB. Ct: preferably working/ studying in
FINANCE FOR property foreign VANNIAR, 26/162, Fair, B.Tech, In- 9994421629,veekeyen64@gmail.com US,namagiri20@gmail.com, 99402
project & 3rd party collateral PROPOSALS SOUGHT for Christi- Salary above 30 LPA. Caste no bar. for early Marriage. Vadamal groom below 30.ct.
Ct − 7893371390 fosys, 30000PM, Well to do, Seeks 61799
9003092121 Contact:9940442258 9442594035
an(RC) girl, 31yrs, 160cm, fair. Post- India/Abroad,8056174102, 8754415378 PH.D (IITM) good−looking Hindu,
doctoral scientist; BEng Hons. VANNIYAR 32/165, tiruvadhirai, fair, 41, 15Lpa, Chennai, issueless di- PUNJABI
Biochemical Engineering (Universi- MALAYALAM CSI CHRISTIAN AdiDravida 31/ VISWAKARMA, 25/162, Fair, B.E., vorcee seeks issueless bride.
165cms MA B.Ed MPhil PhD Asst Pro- MBBS,MD, Govt doctor, seeks doctor/
ty College London), MSc.(Queen RC SC 25yrs, MBA, Native Thrissur, fessor Deemed University Coimbatore. well qualified professional groom,
MBA, 450000PA, Well to do, Seeks Caste no bar. 9444465649/iitdynamic PUNJABI KHATRI, 28/170, MBA,
Mary University of London), settled at Trichy. Seeks well qualified CT:9790273576, 0422-2445035. CNB, send BHP mylidepea-
India/Abroad,9500147440, 7358378866 s@gmail.com Own House, Own Business, seeks
PhD.(University of Canterbury, New from Christian Malayalee groom. Ct: cock@gmail.com 9486271078, HINDU SAIVAPILLAI Age 26 BE 157cm Bride. Cont: 9393473912.
Zealand), Postdoc(University of 989421 5552. 9444641841
US CITIZEN 40/167 Phd Seeks Educat-
Otago, NZ), NZ PR, hailing from a HINDU NADAR Divorcee no issue Fair Employed Chennai MNC Seeking ed Bride Willing to Settle Abroad.
36yrs Ph.D Lecturer, Seeks suitable groom from decent Pure Veg Em- Bio−data Photo−natraman@hotmail.com
TAMIL
Chennai-based business family of
Kerala origin. Looking for a well
HINDU NADAR (Caste No Bar) M.Tech, PG Groom with good Job/ Industry in MD Pediatric, Hindu - SC AD – PR/ ployed Chennai Resident. Age with- CHRISTIAN PROTESTANT, Vanniar
26,153, Anizham, Upper middle same caste. Apply with BHP to Email: 27/163/Moolam 4th Part (negligible), in 30yrs pazhamalai57@gmail.com
bred and highly educated groom class seeks educated and settled ceenpa6@gmail.com DIVORCEE 32/167 MBA (HR), working in Chennai,
settled abroad from good Christian daughter of well settled Doctor in Sir- 9283422833 seeks God fearing, qualified, employed
groom. Ct: 9447904145. kali. Expectation: MBBS/any Medical
families of any community. HINDU CASTE no bar Divorcee 43/172 girl. Ct.9789256737
PG only, caste no bar. Mob. 094439 PILLAI (ONLYCHILD) v.beautiful 21/
Ct:09840542144/ NADAR HINDU girl MBBS 25/158 DKV Hindu 31/155 Anusham Vrichi- 85758
Singapore PR. 9444305091
Thiruvonam, fair, well off. Alliance invi- kam B.Tech SWE TCS Chennai,
kpcp.family@gmail.com 160 BE(CSC) well to do/No Expecta- sasirajravi@yahoo.co.in CHRISTIAN NADAR 47/176 MPhil Govt−
ted from parents of Doctors of same Seeks suitable groom Ct: 9442918966
tions 9345563793 / 9383199099 Officer 13L,seek unmaried profe-
HINDU KULALAR girl, 28/B.Com, work- HINDU SC/AD, 37/178, B.Arch; sional 9444313697 mjebasingh@
CHRISTIAN (CASTE No Bar) Dr.Priya caste. Cont: 9495746671 ing, divorcee no issue seeks suit- VANNIAR 34/160 Thiruvathirai MBBS
MBBS, DCH, Fair, 28yrs. Seeks Doc- HINDU SC(PR) 28/152 Ph.D(Sociolo- M.Plan, divorced seeks educated di- yahoo.co.uk
DGO Govt Wheetish Seeks Professio-
tor, ME, BE, MCA Groom. mail: HINDU 54 malayalee M.A seeks Hindu gy) Goodlooking fair WellEducated fm- able groom.Contact 9941764511
nal Groom 7812876681,8754390535
vorced/widow bride from decent family,
info@jeyachristianmatrimony.com. malayalee MBBS Doctor groom. ly seeks suitable Groom. 9445105068 caste no bar. Ct: 8870274316, CSI NADAR, 36yrs Handsome, White,
7397776597 9495621351 SC POORADAM 31/162 BE MBA(IIM) 9047776169 Ht 168cm, MPT (Neuro) running Own
NAIDU 28/165 BDS Working Chennai 18Lpa seek suitble groom CasteNobar INTERCASTE V.FAIR 23/167 Chartered Hospital, Nagercoil. Cell: 94898
DOCTOR SC AD 27/163, Fair, Good SCIENTIST HINDU 30 years grade 1 Seeks High Professional working 9176777244 / seeva.1953@gmail.com Accountant/MNC/Chennai 30Kp.m. 26006.
looking, MS(OG) Doctor Seeks MD/ Staff (Phd ) looking for Bride- Chennai Groom Only Ex den-
9345985323 / 9385599066 DOCTOR
MS/DM/Mch qualified or PG Doctor grooms from equal status holders tist:7397263624 SC AD Bharani 43 PhD Govt Chennai, TAMIL Muslim 27/175 MBBS MD
Groom Below 31 years Caste No Bar. Doctors Scientists govt engineers 1Lacpm seeks suitable Groom, HINDU VISHWAKARMA Sadhayam 36/153 SC ADIDRAVIDAR, 37/178 M.D USA Hos- Seeks Prof qualified Bride
Contact: 9788855756 etc call PH:9895190472 .8281182075 VANNIYAR 37YRS MBBS FRCR preferably 1st Marriage. Ct− Fair PG, seeks suitable Groom, pitalist Seeks PG Doctor CNB 8220042091 mdullahsafi@gmail.com
MRCS, UK and Canada Citizenship 9841702613 after 8pm, Caste No Bar,Veg preferred. Ct: Ct:09384618589 / 09677177149 /
9176091915 Email: premkumar002@ 9444141419
MBBS,MD,24 (APOLLO) Well Settled HINDU MALAYALI Veg. girl profes- seeks Doctor or any other highly quali- dc.selva_kumar@yahoo.co.in
yahoo.co.in
IYER, KOUNDINYAM, Makaram,
Family in Chennai. Need; Dr, BE,PG sionally qualified and employed fied groom. Caste No bar. Uthradam, 49, ACMA, ACS, GM (Fi-
Ct: 8939666987 epsibamsw14@ aged 27 years with amenorrhea Ct:9894511996 / 9443071414 HINDU, VANIKULAM Kshatriya IYER HARITHAM Revathi2 Oct 72 Blr KANNADA nance) Reputed Co., 19 L p.a Chen-
gmail.com seeks alliance from well qualified (Gounder), Kruthika- Star, 25/168, BE girl seeks well settled never married nai seeks suitable Brahmin bride.
Veg. groom. Email: sriamba9@ AGAMUDAIYAR 43 MSc IT in Chennai in CS, empld in B'lore, seeks equally Iyer boys 46-49. Send BHP VOKKALIGA GOWDER (KANNADA) GROOM, Subsect no bar. mvngopivpm@
Vanniyakula Shathriya Doctor Parent gmail.com. seeks Groom (1st Marriage) from qlfd and well settled groom preferably sree.lashmi108@gmail.com B.E.(Mech) M.S.(London) Industrial- rediffmail.com; 88257 29124 /
seeks Doctor Groom for their daughter OBC nskumar1946@gmail.com Mob− B'lore/ Abroad. Ct: 9986640517, ist 30 Years from Chennai seeks 93806 06738
24/ MBBS Fair, Cbe. Ct: 6369436233 Christian Malankara Architect 24/155 9444865135 9036939562. WANTED WELL Educated Well Placed bride. Contact: 9841737747
only daughter intercast parents Ortho- NAIDU GAVARA , 34, Uthiradam, Ma-
Brahmin Groom with a Good Sense of haram, B.E., M.S, Sr.Mgr- MNC seeks
CHENNAI BASED Doctor Parents Seeks dox-Nair. Interested parents contact Sozhiya Vellalar, 39, Thiruvathirai, THULUVA VELLALA Mudaliar/Uthi- Humour for a Mumbai Based Graduate
for Their Beautiful Looking Doctor 8921952393 Govt. College Professor, Divorcee wit- ratathy /31/ M.Sc, Ph.D girl Scientist Slim Fair 26 years Moolam , Iyen- MALAYALAM Professional Bride around 28yrs.
Girl Doing M.S (O&G). Thevar, 24 / hout issue. Seeks permanent job earn above 1Lakh/pm, seeks unmar- gars Preferred. Ph: 9176625284, 9487272897/ venkatvv15@gmail.com
FINANCE AGAINST Properties, 167Cm. Groom Doing or Completed PG TAMIL ried aged 31-35 Mudaliar/Pillai groom 9176625120, 09769715019. EZAVA 40/167 Thulam, Swathi ,MCS,
Groom. 8248491683,Trichy. MNC,5Lpa seeks Bride. CNB. 93805- HINDU SENGUTHAR 26/180 B.Tech,
Cheques & abroad projects. Ph− Doctor or Civil Services in TN. Scientist / Engineer / Asst. Prof. Ct:
09840024113 Like Minded People with Good Fami- SC CHRISTIAN 26/168 Fair BA BL 9940840760 (Contact only after 6pm) IYER VADAMAL Viswamitram Swathi 17022 / deepakgalaxy.05@gmail.com Working at Accenture, Chennai Dra-
HINDU NADAR 28/152 BE SWE(Sr.
ly Less Than 29 years Prfd. (Hons),(ML) Judicial Magistrate 75kpm Consultant) 14LP/A Raghu Kedu Thula, 26/162, MBBS, Seeks Chennai/ wing 7.2 Lakhs Per annum, Expected
9840043587 / 9710260411 wellsettled fmly at chennai seek suitble Pooram. 9442126376 gsundaram2013@ S.BAKYA BANU, Msc.,B.Ed, Mphil, USA Based Professional PG Groom. HINDU NAIR(KIRIYATHIL) Magam 29/ to increase 30% soon is looking for be-
GENERAL Civil Service/ Group1/ Doctors/ IIM/ gmail.com Teacher,Yadava (Caste NoBar),16.12. 9500034966 / vmraamachandran@ 167 BE IT profession London clean autiful, well educated bride. contact no
HINDU VALLUVAN 27 MBBS seeks well wellsettld Business family.9840723333 82,8.35am,Dhanusu, Moolam, 3rd gmail.com habits seeks suitable bride from 9443225139
15000 spindles running synthetic qualified Dr groom ct− 9444759323 HINDU NADAR Girl Age 23, BDS, Padam,Ch −9080988170, smuthu2425@ same community 9443559882,
MARKETING spinning & 50 TFO available for sale, if CSI NADAR Girl, Post Graduate 28 9500949882 VANIYA CHETTIAR, Jothikumar Age:42
Very fair. VIP Grooms Contact: anna- gmail.com HINDU LATHA, 42, Degree, Poor Fami-
interested Pl contact E-mail : balaji_bi- MS (OBG) Consultant Obstetrician fair, good looking very rich business malai19@yahoo.in ly, No Expectation.Seeks any Brah- Asst. Manager HDFC 35000/pm Ponar-
FRESH / EXP Strong Persons for Mar- jay@yahoo.co.in and Gynaecologist, Laparoscopic family. Boy well educated from very GOODLOOKING Hindu Devanga Is- min Groom Age:42−55. Ct:7550221376 NAIR BOY 22.11.86, 6:30 am, pooy- posam suitable Bride. 9962979694
keting / Tech. All Printers−CIJ−VJ− Specialist Kanchipuram based girl rich family. Contact: 9840129090 sueless Divorcee MBBS MD 32yrs loo- am/ 5’9, poly diploma, Chennai
AGAMUDAIYAR 30y Dentist Innocent
DM−IMAJE−HIT−LINX/ all Chemicals / 36 yrs/Divorcee. Pref Groom − MS, king for issueless divorcee / Widower job, well settled, using hearing SC PALLAN no dosham 30/170 B.Sc.
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16 students injured in Four minors apprehended for desecrating idols in Ghaziabad


Police officers and PAC teams deployed to maintain law and order in the area; FIR lodged in the case
school bus accident Staff Reporter
Ghaziabad
ing idols on Friday evening in
Ghaziabad’s  Kavi  Nagar,  the
day, they said. A woman spot­
ted them following which the
ice  station,  demanding  the
minors’ arrest. Police officers
based  on  one  Vinod’s  com­
plaint,  an  FIR  has  been
Four  boys  aged  between  8 police said on Saturday. locals started beating the mi­ and PAC teams have been de­ lodged.  CCTV  footage  from
Driver critical; school blames lack of steetlights for mishap and 12 have been apprehend­ The  boys  were  playing nors. Tension prevailed in the ployed  in  the  area  to  main­ the  area  are  being  obtained
ed and sent to an observation when they broke a glass panel village  after  over  300  villag­ tain  law  and  order.  Ghazia­ for further investigation, the
Staff Reporter
Noida <
> The accident
happened at 7.30
The  police  said  that  30
children,  the  driver  and
home for allegedly desecrat­ and damaged an idol on Fri­ ers gathered around the pol­ bad  SP  Shlok  Kumar  said police said.

Sixteen  students,  a  school a.m. when the conductor  were  travelling


bus driver and a conductor,
were  injured  on  Saturday
when the vehicle rammed a
private school bus
hit a pile of
construction
on the bus at the time of the
accident. Over 1 lakh saplings
pillar at Rajnigandha Chowk
underpass  on  Saturday
material lying on
the roadside at
‘Children discharged’
“We  received  information planted in Noida
morning. that  a  school  bus  met  with
Rajnigandha
The  police  said  the  bus an accident. Immediately, a Press Trust of India the government, said Noida
underpass. The
driver, Ganga Saran, is said team  was  sent  to  the  spot. Noida Authority officials.
to be critical. driver then lost The victims were safely res­ As  the  National  Capital  Re­ Saturday’s drive saw par­
The  accident  happened control and hit the cued and taken to the hospi­ gion  continues  to  grapple ticipation by RWAs, school­
at 7.30 a.m. when the priv­ pillar tal,”  said  Station  House  Of­ with  air  pollution,  Noida children,  college  students
ate  school  bus  hit  a  pile  of eyeWitness ficer  at  Sector  20  police witnessed a major afforesta­ and youths besides the gen­
construction  material  lying station,  Manoj  Pant.  The tion  drive  with  over  1.70 eral public. 
on  the  roadside  at  Rajni­ of  them  were  working  at bus,  belonging  to  Apeejay lakh saplings being planted Office­bearers of local or­
gandha  underpass,  said  an that  time,  the  school  al­ School, has been seized, the on Saturday.  ganisations  such  as  the
eyewitness. The driver then leged.  officer added. On  August  15,  1.04  lakh trade  unions  and  industry
lost control and hit the pil­ The injured were rushed “The  children  were  dis­ saplings  were  planted  as bodies  also  participated,
lar. Halogen lamps were in­ to Kailash Hospital in Sector charged after first aid,” Mr. part  of  a  green  drive Noida  Authority  general­
stalled at the spot but none 27. Pant added. launched across the State by manager Rajeev Tyagi, said.

DEATH
OBITUARY &
Stepfather rapes  REMEMBRANCE Mr.S Rengarajan (87), Retired Typist,
The Hindu, Chennai, passed away on
17-11-2018. Address: No. B-12,
Lavanya Flats, 13th Cross Street,
8­year­old; on the run DEATH ANNIVERSARIES Hindu Colony, Nanganallur, Chennai-
600061. Phone No: 9840105170

Staff Reporter plaint,  she  said.  Following


Ghaziabad this, the woman approached
An eight­year­old girl was al­ a local councillor, who then
legedly  raped  by  her  step­ went  to  Vijay  Nagar  police
father  in  Ghaziabad’s  Vijay station to lodge an FIR. The
Nagar  on  Friday  night,  the councillor alleged that a sub­
police said on Saturday. The inspector, posted at the pol­
accused,  a  daily  wager,  is ice station, thrashed him and
said to be absconding. pointed his revolver towards
On  Saturday,  the  victim him. A complaint in this re­
was  unwell  and  on  being gard was also lodged.
asked, she narrated the inci­ Vijay Nagar police station
dent  to  her  mother,  they incharge Rameshwar Kumar
said. said an FIR has been lodged
The  mother  in  her  com­ against the accused stepfath­
plaint  stated  that  on  Friday er  under  appropriate  sec­
night,  when  all  the  family tions of IPC and POSCO Act.
members were sleeping, the Teams are conducting raids
accused  forcefully  took  the to nab the accused, he said.
girl  to  another  room  and The  victim  is  in  the  house­
raped  her.  She  added  that keeping  department  at  a
the  accused  also  thrashed private  hospital,  an  officer
and threatened her with dire said.  Commenting  on  the
consequences  if  she  told councillor’s  complaint,  Mr.
anyone about the incident. Kumar said action will be ta­
The police had initially re­ ken  if  the  sub­inspector  is
fused  to  lodge  the  com­ found guilty.

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HINDU PILLAI TAMIL, 35/173 MCA, NO EXPECTATION. Gramani 39/170, ✔ IYER VADAMAL Koundinyam Uthirat- IYER ADMN Officer New India Assur- GAVARA NAIDU 4th Feb 1988, Magam, URDU SHEIK MCA, 38/165, Fair Pvt
fair, Senior Software Engineer, IN- 10th, caste no bar, sal: 30K. tadhi 28/175 Fair Pleasing Manners ance Ch Rs.1L p.m Nov 1965 Simmam, MBA, working TCS, Chennai Co. Job in Chennai, Divorced Seeks SELLING
DIAN working in Malaysia 20L pa. Cell: 09941864956/ mailmekumar785@ BE/ECE/CGI 7.2 L/PA Chennai. Seeks Haritham Uthiram Fair seeks suit- seeks educated, bride from Decent Bride Widow/Divorcee Ct: 83446
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Suitable Bride: 9380524376 / to 45yrs 1st & simple Marriage On-
girl 28 − 34 years from tradition- 9445390458 indiravinothkumar@gmail.com OTHERS
al family. Caste No Bar. KONGU VELLALA Gounder Avittam 31/ ly Ct.044− 22242708 / 9444242708
Mob:8754729244/9789916306; Email: 170 BE business well settled in BALIJA NAIDU Poosam Only Son 30/
MARRIAGE BUREAU
IYENGAR THIRUVONAM, V.K. Ath-
sathishdear@gmail.com Chennai, owning properties in BRAHMIN IYER Vadamal, Kaushika reya 46, B.E., Good Family, Own In- 165 Civil Engnr Very Well Settled Own ONLINE MATRIMONY Services (All
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Hindu Pattinavar Visagam Sep1975/ homely same status, caste bride. employed in US, USD 90000/year seeks suitable Bride. No Expectation. Sects NoBar.8220606818/9445169202 y.com at just 100Rs Pkg. Ct:
HINDU GRAMANI 27, good looking, Hindu, Nadar Boy, BE., MBA, MS 165 unmarried BA empld,chennai seek Ct: 9383301818 seeks a suitable brahmin bride with
(USA), Age 26, 5’ 11”, Rich, Mithunam, good family background. Ct: Ct. 9894230925 8825466634
M.Tech, Pvt Co. 35,000/−pm, Own Unmarried Bride.CNB.Ct: 9789919113
Kamma 44/175 pooramYoungSlimlook HURRY 100TH year offer all india
House Seeks suitable bride Ct: Thiruvathirai Star, now working USA MUDALIYAR SRINIVASAN,A−38/H−180, 9686417417 / 080-26724422 VISWAKARMA BRAHMIN ( Caste No bar
unmaried MCA Sr.ProjMng IBM 16Lpa naidu sangam register & take any
9943779307 Expected Beautiful, Rich Educated VISHWAKARMA BOY/35/UTHRADAM/BE/ KUMBAM Sadhayam Well Settled in ) family Business Background Coim-
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Tirupati.Per Annual Income 7L.Same IYER VADAMAL Haritham Bharani batore. Male 28 age, 5.7 ft, hand-
ATHREYA ROHINI 43/ 162 Team Leader CASTE NO BAR. Chennai Freelancer. Caste Sub Caste Ct.9941568921/ 30/173/B.Tech (IT) Wrg CTS Chennai some, Looking Traditional girl 7845089089
Scope Intl. Smart Seeks any brah- MUDALIYAR WELL settled parents 9486839638/ preethi.vignesh@gmx.de 7449228116 seeks Iyer brahmin girl with modern Outlook. 9095495582. BOYAR 31/170 Hastham, Kanni BA
min qualified bride. Ct: 98416 seek working bride for their son Ct:9884962137/38 Senior Acct(AG's Office) C.Govt seeks THE BEST Rib match of Muslim Al-
80208 IT Engr, Chennai Chithrai/4, age F-SC,M-OC Swathi Tulam 29/170 BE MUDALIAR, 28/177, B.E, MBA,SR.
WANTED SUITABLE bride for Vadama qlfd wellEmpld Bride.CNB.9941102031 liances− UnMarried/ Married.
IBM 50k wealth,Fair chen seek Doctor/ Brahmin 1970 B.Com.,B.L never mar- 8056258778
31 ht 5’11" contact 9884452926 Manager, HDFC,16LacPA, Well Set- GOOD LOOKING Vadama Spinster ried staying at Chennai. Subsect
GAVARA NAIDU 32/170 B.E. Marine En- Class-2(Govt)casteNobar.9840312556 tled,Seeks any grad, 9566002501, for Tall Handsome Charming Bachelor (200 CRORES) NAIDU 30/ B.Tech,
no bar Contact for further details M.S, (U.S.A) Own Busines, Commer-
gineer 7.2 lac p.a. Owns property IYER BHARADWAJAM Poorattadhi 8056272922 46, Harida Gotram Avittam Star. Highly 9444580056,9444128735
worth 2 crores seeks graduate 33yrs, RPA Architect MNC Banga- MUDALIAR, PILLAI or Similar sect qualified Senior Company Executive. cial Complex, well to do Family.
bride from decent family belongs lore. seeks suitable Brahmin girl Bride for 32/183 B.E, Manager in MNC ADIDRAVIDAR, 29/178, H−some, BE, Contact on + 918904852941 VADAMAL, KOWNDINYA Thiruvadirai,29, Seeks Bride. 8939550566
to other backward communities ct: from South India Working/Non− employed at Bangalore + Rental inco- MBA, Asst.Manager, MNC, 500000PA, MS, 5’11,Singapore Bank,Only EDUCATIONAL
9444167119 me from properties Ct: 9741695443 Seeks any grad,8754415378, Iyer, vadama, Koundinya uthram(4), Vadamal vrk_canbank@yahoo.com HINDU CHETTIAR 35/181cms B.Tech,
working.Contact 8746957367.
9566002501 36/178cms, MBA, Manager in Hydera- 9790703425 MBA Marketing Manager 10lakhs/pa. COACHING CLASSES
SCAD HINDU 51 Widower, Central Seeks Vegetarian Telugu/Tamil Chen-
UDAYAR 38/164 B.sc, D.F.T add film Pillai 42 / 36 Lakhs IBM Canada first
Cameraman/designer 45k pm caste no marriage visiting India Nov three
Govt Officer 75Kpm stay-at-in-laws VISWAKARMA, 30/178, Handsome, bad, Own house, Seeks good looking nai Girl. Ct 9444559768, 044− 4 UPSC PRELIMINARY Exam 2019:
bar Seeks Suitable Bride 9840304032 weeks. House degree abv 30.Ct:9380981144 BE.MS, SWE, AMAZON, 600000PA, graduate/ PG girl. Caste No Bar Ph: 42859960 Take it Seriously this Year.
Seeks suitable bride Seeks any graduate,9500085718, 08106885021 www.PrelimsModelTests.com
8754899031, 8056176147 SENGUNTHAR.41, M.A, B.Ed, M.Phil, 7358378866
PILLAI SWATHI 31/173, BE, Non IT Govt.Teacher, 71,000 pm, well settled KAVARA NAIDU Kettai 27/180
IYER BOY 40/179, Single never mar- B.Tech Own Industrialist seeks any
Engr in Abu Dhabi 2Lacpm Fair, Viswakarma 33/172 Barani BE, SWE, seeks Bride. CNB. Ct:9976920372
Handsome seeks suitable Bride. YADAVA, 30/170, BE, MS (IT), ried Ph.D in Computer Science, Cal- degree bride. Ct: 6383676376
9176602189 MNC,Divorce Unconsumated Marriage Project Engr. Bangalore, 50000PM, ifornia, US Citizen now based in
wellsetld edutd fmly seeks compatible USA EDUCATED, Kongu Vellalar Seeks any grad, 8754415378, Chennai, Managing Director−FIIT,
Gounder, Upper Middle Class, Age KAMMA NAIDU, 30/175, H−some, BE,
bride.CNB. 9789918243/ 9962277100 9566002501 seeks upper middle class, never
MBA, Bank, DY.Manager, 500000PA,
HINDU DIVORCEE BDS Doctor 33 Want- 40 / 178 cm. Owns Business Consul- married Iyer Girl 28−35yrs with
ed Degree Holder Bride from Devar tancy. Caste No Bar. Contact VANNIAR, 29/170,HANDSOME,B. good looks, good character & well Seeks any grad, 8056174102,
Community 9003565434 CASTE NO BAR Only Son 1978 170 Cm 09442216140 8754415378
Midhunam Mirugasirisham 3 Civil En- E.,MBA,SWE, LENKIN, 500000PA, educated. Send your BHP to:
Seeks any graduate, 8056174102, ranjit8791@yahoo.com
Tuluvavelala Mudaliar Ayilyam38/165 gineer 9789253201/9551167452 MUDALIAR B.E, MBA,M.Phil,LL.B 39 8754415378
THEVAR AGE 31yrs Tall Handsome HR BALIJA NAIDU, 28/180, B.Tech, MS,
BE,MBA Sr.Mngr MNC Chen 90K seek 168cm 10Lacs P.A High Court Advo- Execut Inc 80k@Chennai Bride Want- ENGR, HCL, US, 100000$PA, Seeks
IYENGAR, VK, Srivatsam 1986/ 164 ed caste no bar 9840009528,
educatd samecaste Bride.9444023802 WANTED HIGHLY educated bride from cate Seeks Any Suitable Bride ADIDRAVIDAR MBA(IIM) BE(Anna Unv) BE, Visakam 4 Emp Non− IT Chennai, any graduate, 8056174102,
educated family preferably from 7829281180 9940019528 8056272922
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HINDU/SC/AD/ TAMIL/B.TECH (NIT)/29/ Shozhlia Valhalla pillai/ mud- 12Lks−pa 9840782222 / 9384884888 ents to Ct: 9381027051 / TELUGU PADMA SALIAR, Trichy,
5. 11FT/Executive Engineer− ONGC− haliar family for 28 years MBA boy Devendrakulam 29/181 ME punarpo- 28years, 160cm, B.Tech, Asst.Mana- KAMMANAIDU (CHENNAI) 29/180 B.
sam Govt.Job, well settled. Seeks sui- 04422395030
Kakinada − AP/seeks Hindu/SC/AD/ , HR Manager of a reputed company PILLAI V.HANDSOME 29/185 BE (BITS) ger, Canara Bank. Seeks equally Tech, MBA/Manager/MNC/Chennai
bride−working Engineers in PSU/ settled in Singapore with parents table Bride. 9488520820, 9994310199 MBA, MS/ENGG/MNC/USA $100K p.a. V.IYENGAR BATHRAYANA, Uthiram 39/ Qualified Bride. Contact : 99941 12Lakhs 9380475999 / 9382554555
Govt/MNC/Ct: 9443076059 & 04364 . Elder brother married and stay- 9385599033 / 9842127777 36605. yenbalki@gmail.com RESIDENTIAL LAND
251220. ing with family in his flat.Ct: VANNIYAR UTIRATADI Meenam 28/ 170, M.A(MCA) Sr.Mgr Pvt Co. 61K/m
172 MTech Engr MNC Banglore 10Lpa seeks Iyer/Iyengar Bride. BALIJANAIDU V.HANDSOME presently
+9849042635 BRAHMIN IYENGAR Never married 47/ 9940380759 TELUGU in India/28/183 BE,MS/Engg.MNC USA
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Mudaliar 07-05-81/ 170 MTech, MBA 5’7" BE, ME working in Software BALIJA−26/178−B.E; M.S(USA)− $100K pa 9380471999 / 9380474999 ram Nr ECR 1.5 Gr. Sree 09894898735
TCS-USA Mirugashersam Ragu Kethu GOVT DOCTOR/ MBBS/ MD Pediatrics/ gsheela0810@gmail.com/9345454827 MNC Bangalore seeking Iyengar Brah-
VADAMA/ VADULAM/ Uthram, Nov HANDSOME−NOW working in USA− UMC−
9940354248 / vijayakptm@gmail.com Mudaliar/ 28yrs Seeks Preferably min girl bsreenath@hotmail.com Chennai based− Looking for well ed- YADAVA HANDSOME 28/180 BE(IIT) MBA
MBBS Bride Ct:9442411172. email: VANNIYAR 32/160 B.Sc seeks any 1980/178, BE MBA/ MNC, Bangalore
ucated match− Whatsapp (IIM) Engg. MNC B’lore 45Lakhs pa
HINDU SC(AD) 1981 uthiratadhi jaya.3105@gmail.com
Physically Challenged Bride ok Hyd Based Tamil Brahmin Just Retd seeks any graduate Bangalore settled 9600009303−assethu@yahoo.com seeks any grad 9385599055/
Meenam BCA manager MNC CH, seeks
home loving ok Ct : 07708591780 Lonely Financially sound. Seeks poor bride. Ct: 9980011632 9848197222
suitable bride. Contact: UTHIRATTATHI MEENA 28/180 B.Sc MBA ladies below 45 Yrs. No Demands Ct: YADHAVA (TELEGU), 34/168, BHMS,
TAMIL YADAV Aswini age 41 MNC 40K
9094460969, indusukra@gmail.com. Manager MN Distribut Co.Chennai 6L/ Req Grd. girl 9092774803 9949055419/8099555419. No Brokers Iyer Uditagoutama 30/175 Moolam-4 MSC (Anatomy) Asst. Prof. Pune, Any
PA Denotified Suppressed.Seeks BE,MNC,Canada,Own Flat-Chen&Goa Degree , Tamil Acceptable contact -
MUDALIAR POORADAM 37/170 BE Suitable Bride.Caste Nobar. HINDU MARUTHUVAR 29/175, B.E, IYER, ATHREYA, Swathi 27/172 seeks Bride.9488734183/ 9923181623 94422 41365.
Microsoft Mngr Hyderabad 3Lpm seek 09841125800 M.Tech Asst. Manager Chennai Me- B.E./M.B.A., working MNC, Chennai, BALIJA NAIDU 46/167/ Rly Employ-
EducatdBrideCasteNoBar.9444580975 trorail Ltd Chennai seeks good looking seeking suitable working girl. Iyer Vadama, 30/183, Anusham, Fair, eed/ Divorcee/ seeks suitable al-
MUDALIYAR, 33YEARS Boy, MBA, Own Well Educated & Employed Bride from Ct:9487006058 Email: hariharanhsr@ IT Professional Own Consultancy, liance. Ph: 7010446205 / sayabab@
HINDU PILLAI 36/156 Rohini ME Business in Chennai, Well−Off, On- a Respectable Family. 81900 10233 yahoo.co.in 15 LPA, own house in Chennai. gmail.com
Builder&Promoter seek suitable ly Son. Seeks suitable Bride Seeks 24 to 26 educated employed
IYER ATHEREYA Vadama Pooram 33/165 (optional) bride. Ct : 89399 65658. GAVARA NAIDU 32/170 B.E. Marine En-
Bride Subcaste No bar 9841129494/ 9884000362 PALAYAKARA NAIDU/ Muthiraiyar,
gineer 7.2 lac p.a. seeks graduate
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Yogi, Cabinet colleagues participate in bike rally  CPI(M) protests attack on party MLA


Holds rally in Agartala, alleges hand of BJP workers
It was organised across the State by the BJP with an eye on the 2019 general election
Syed Sajjad Ali dents  and  said  it  had  ap­ recent  violent  incidents  in
Press trust of india in the “Kamal Sandesh bike Prime  Minister  Narendra will  not  be  able  to  reach  a bike rally. Agartala proached  the  State the State. In a statement, the
Lucknow rally”  organised  by  the  BJP Modi,” Mr. Maurya said in a consensus on Prime Ministe­ U.P. BJP general secretary A day  after  two  alleged  at­ government  just  a  week party alleged that BJP work­
With an eye on the 2019 Lok across  the  State.  Deputy tweet. rial candidate,” he said. Pankaj Singh, who took part tacks  on  veteran  CPI(M) back to ensure security of its ers  attacked  its  supporters
Sabha  elections,  Uttar  Pra­ Chief Minister Keshav Prasad In  Lucknow,  party  work­ in the rally from Gorakhpur, leader  and  MLA  Narayan leaders and workers.  and  leaders,  including  Mr.
desh Chief Minister Yogi Adi­ Maurya  was  seen  riding  a Union Minister in rally ers gathered at Jhulelal Vati­ said, “The BJP government is Choudhury, the party on Sa­ The CPI(M) staged a noisy Choudhury,  in  Bishalgarh
tyanath on Saturday flagged motorcycle in Allahabad. Union Minister Manoj Sinha ka for the bike rally. working on its agenda of de­ turday condemned the inci­ protest rally in Agartala over sub­division. 
off  a  bike  rally  from  Prime “Took  part  in  the  Kamal participated in the rally from Ministers  Brijesh  Pathak, velopment  and  the  benefits
Minister  Narendra  Modi’s Sandesh bike rally. The only Ghazipur.  Rita Bahuguna Joshi and Ash­ of  welfare  schemes  are
Lok  Sabha  constituency message being disseminated “Despite  efforts  made  by utosh  Tandon  along  with reaching to the actual benef­
Varanasi. by  this  rally  is  to  ensure  a ‘siddhaant­viheen  rajnaitik Lucknow  mayor  Sanyukta iciaries.  I  am  sure  that  the
Mr. Adityanath and his Ca­ comprehensive  win  for  the dal’  (political  parties  de­ Bhatia and several other BJP BJP will win the 2019 parlia­
binet colleagues participated BJP  under  leadership  of prived  of  principles),  they MLAs  participated  in  the mentary elections.” 

The Third Wife wins


best film award at KIFF 

The producer of film The Third Wife, Tran Thi Bich Ngoc,


receiving the best film award at the 24th Kolkata Film
Festival on Saturday.  SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT
*

Shiv Sahay Singh Speaking at the conclud­


Kolkata ing event of the festival, di­
The Third Wife, a film from rector  Shoojit  Sircar  said
Vietnam featuring the story that the cash award given at
of  a  14­year­old  girl’s  ar­ the KIFF is one of highest gi­
ranged  marriage  to  a  mar­ ven at any film festival. 
ried  man  from  an  affluent The award for best direc­
family,  won  the  best  film tor in the international com­
award at the 24th Kolkata In­ petition  category  went  to
ternational Film Festival. Abu  Bakr  Shawky  for  the
The  producer  of  the  96­ Egyptian  film  Yomeddine
minute  film,  Tran  Thi  Bich ( Judgement Day). 
Ngoc,  received  the  award The  NETPAC  (Asian  Se­
presented  by  KIFF  jury lect)  award  went  to  The
members on Saturday at the Sweet Requiem by directors
concluding ceremony of the Ritu  Sarin  and  Tenzing  So­
seven­day film festival. nam. The film is a drama set
“The  film  is  based  on  a within  the  Tibetan  refugee
real­life  story  witnessed  by community in India. 
one of the family members In the competition for In­
of the crew. At the centre of dian language films, Widow
the  story  is  a  14­year­old of Silence, a story from con­
who  encounters  strangers flict­ridden Kashmir direct­
after  she  is  married  into  a ed  by  Praveen  Morchchale
wealthy family,” the produc­ walked  away  with  the  top
er told The Hindu. honours. 

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IN BRIEF Writer Varavara Rao


BJP leader held on way to Sabarimala taken into custody
Surendran booked for violating orders; workers  converged  at  the
station,  terming  her  arrest Held for ‘PM assassination plot’
Hindu Aikya Vedi leader granted bail  “unauthorised”. 
After her arrest, Ms. Sasi­ Staff Reporter
Naidu warns MLA of
Special Correspondent not  accept  his  explanation kala  went  on  an  indefinite Hyderabad
disciplinary action Thiruvananthapuram and  arrested  him  on  the hunger  strike  at  the  police Revolutionary writer Varav­
VIJAYAWADA
Taking strong objection to
The police on Saturday took spot.  station.  She  called  off  her ara  Rao,  who  was  under
the rude behaviour of Kerala  BJP  leader  K.  Suren­ fast after the police agreed to house  arrest  for  79  days  at
Denduluru MLA dran into preventive custody Sasikala blames govt. take  her  to  the  Thiruvalla his  Ashoknagar  residence,
Chintamaneni Prabhakar (in after  he  attempted  to  enter Hindu Aikya Vedi leader K.P. sub­divisional  magistrate was  taken  into  custody  by
picture), A.P. Chief Minister Sabarimala  through  the Sasikala,  who  was  arrested court  in  the  afternoon.  She the Pune police on Saturday
N. Chandrababu Naidu on checkpost  at  Nilackal,  the late  on  Friday  night,  was was produced in the court by night in a case relating to an
Saturday warned him of base camp 26 km away from granted bail by the Thiruval­ 3 p.m. and granted bail.  alleged conspiracy to assas­
disciplinary action if he did the shrine.  la  sub­divisional  magistrate sinate  Prime  Minister  Na­
not mend his ways. He A police team, led by Su­ on Saturday.  Flash hartal rendra Modi and the Bhima­
expressed displeasure at the perintendent of Police Yatish Emerging from the court, The general strike called by Koregaon  violence  that Varavara Rao
alleged attack of a former Chanda, hustled him away in Ms. Sasikala blamed the go­ the  Hindu  Aikya  Vedi  at  4 erupted in Maharashtra last
sarpanch by the MLA in West a patrol  van  to  the  district vernment for her arrest. She a.m.  on  Saturday  in  protest year.  Assistant  Commissioner  of
Godavari district, during a police headquarters at Path­ said she would be undertak­ against  Ms.  Sasikala’s  arrest Four  other  activists  — Police rank, assisted by their
meeting with party leaders. anamthitta at 7.20 p.m.  ing the pilgrimage later. caught the general public un­ Gautam  Navlakha,  Sudha Telangana  counterparts,
An  officer  said  the  police Earlier,  tension  prevailed awares. Isolated incidents of Bhardwaj,  Arun  Ferreira walked  into  Mr.  Rao’s  flat
HC judges inspect judicial
complex work in A.P. would book him for violating at Ranni as a large number of violence  marked  the  dawn­ and  Vernon  Gonsalves  — around 8 p.m. After 45 mi­
VIJAYAWADA
prohibitory orders at Nilack­ BJP­RSS workers laid siege to to­dusk  hartal,  which  was had also been arrested from nutes,  they  took  him  to
A team of judges from the al  and  attempting  to  upset the  police  station  there  de­ backed by the BJP. various  States  in  the  same Gandhi hospital for a medi­
Hyderabad High Court, led by the peace. manding her release.  The  impromptu  decision case.  cal check­up. 
Chief Justice T.B. His arrest came after a 20­ The  drama  began  when caused hundreds of commu­ Speaking  to  The Hindu
Radhakrishnan, on Saturday minute standoff with the pol­ the  police  picked  her  up ters  to  be  stranded  across TS police assist over  phone,  ACP  Shivaji  P.
inspected the construction ice.  Officers  prevented  Mr. when she and Vishva Hindu End of trek: Pilgrims ascending the 18 holy steps at the the State and threw normal Policemen  arrived  at  Mr. Pawar of Swargate Division
work of the judicial complex Surendran and six of his as­ Parishad  organising  secre­ Sabarimala Ayyappan temple on Saturday. H. VIBHU * life out of gear. Rao’s  flat  after  the  High in Pune said, “We will shift
at Nelapadu in A.P. Justice sociates from proceeding to tary R.V. Babu and two other The  stoppage  of  public Court dismissed his plea to him  to  Pune  by  road  or
Radhakrishnan said the High Pampa and from there to the women devotees from Patha­ of protests by Hindu organi­ the Ranni police station early transport  services,  mainly quash the case on Friday. A flight.  He  will  be  produced
Court of A.P. would be set up temple.  namthitta  reached  Marak­ sations  opposing  the  Su­ on  Saturday  for  production buses,  also  caught  pilgrims special  team  of  the  Pune in a Pune sessions court on
as and when the Supreme Mr. Surendran argued that koottom  on  the  Sabarimala preme  Court  order  permit­ before a magistrate.  headed  for  Sabarimala  by police,  led  by  an  officer  of Sunday.” 
Court issues a notification.  he was there as an ordinary trekking path late on Friday.  ting  entry  of  women  of  all The  move,  however, surprise. 
pilgrim and not as a protes­ The police said her arrest ages to Sabarimala. snowballed  into  a  crisis  as Autorickshaws  and  taxis
Meet on December 6 to
discuss Mahadayi row
BENGALURU
An­all party meeting chaired
ter. However, the police did came  against  the  backdrop Ms. Sasikala was taken to Sabarimala  Karma  Samithi remained off the road. 
Nurse from Medak
by Karnataka Chief Minister
H.D. Kumaraswamy on
No basic Police impose strict curbs BJP plans to
killed in the U.S.
Saturday decided to hold a
meeting with Karnataka’s
amenities, Special Correspondent The  temple  receives  the measures to prevent Sabari­
expand stir to
former Chief Ministers and
Water Resources Ministers on
says Cong. Thiruvananthapuram
The Kerala police will not al­
offering only between 3 a.m.
and  12.30  p.m.  The  police
mala from becoming a prot­
est zone.
other States Special Correspondent
HYDERABAD
Hema Saralena. 
Yedla, who leaves behind
December 6 to discuss the low  anyone  to  camp  in  the will not allow any person to The  measures  are  also A 65­year­old  male  nurse, his  wife  and  two  children,
way forward in the Mahadayi Special Correspondent vicinity  of  the  sanctum  at linger  in  the  vicinity  of  the aimed  at  avoiding  long Staff Reporter who hails from Medak town, had left for the U.S. in 1990.
river water dispute. Thiruvananthapuram the Sannidhanam in Sabari­ sanctum after 12.30 p.m. on queues,  gridlock  and  stam­ Kozhikode
was shot dead in New Jersey Before taking up his present
Kerala  Pradesh  Congress mala  after  11  p.m.,  official the  pretext  of  waiting  to pedes during peak days. The Bharatiya Janata Party in the U.S. on November 15. job,  he  worked  as  physical
IFFI: no Kannada film in Committee president Mul­ sources said. make  the  ghee  offering  the The  police  have  told  the is  planning  to  expand  the A minor  boy  fired  at  Sunil director at the Government
Indian Panorama section lappally  Ramachandran By 1.30 a.m. on Saturday, next day.  TDB to allocate rooms at the ongoing agitation in Kerala Yedla as he was stepping out Zilla Parishad High School at
BENGALURU
has  said  that  the  govern­ law enforcement personnel Police have asked the Tra­ Sannidhanam only to those seeking  conservation  of of his home to go to work in Machavaram. 
For the first time in recent
ment had proved to be a to­ had cleared the high­securi­ vancore  Devaswom  Board who  reserve  them  online. customs at the Sabarimala Atlanta.  The  boy  then  es­ “Yedla was my childhood
years, no Kannada film will
figure in the Indian Panorama
tal failure in arranging bas­ ty zone of all visitors.  (TDB)  to  open  additional Not  more  than  three  per­ temple to other States.  caped in a car.  friend,”  said  Gollamudi  Su­
Section of the 49th ic amenities for Sabarimala Top officers said the prac­ counters  for  the  sale  of  ap­ sons will be allowed to occu­ “People  from  other According to sources, Ye­ nil,  who  lives  in  the  same
International Film Festival of pilgrims. tice would continue until the pam and aravana payasam, py a room. No one will be al­ States too visit the temple. dla  was  to  leave  for  Medak area here. “His mother lives
India (IFFI) to be held in Goa Three  former  Ministers pilgrimage  season  ends  in traditional  offerings  to  the lowed  to  hold  a  room  for Talks  are  on  with  the  BJP on  November  25  and  stay here.  His  brother,  Charles
from November 20 to 28. of the Congress, Thiruvan­ mid­January. deity, at Pampa, 5 km down­ more than 24 hours.  leaders from other places. there for about a month to Wesley,  also  stays  nearby.
Paddayi, a film in Tulu choor  Radhakrishnan, Pilgrims  who  wanted  to hill from the Sannidhanam. The  police  will  grant The  Centre’s  intervention celebrate his mother Kama­ Two other brothers are stay­
language, is the lone Adoor Prakash and V.S. Si­ make the traditional offering The decisions, reportedly some relaxation to the aged, too  may  be  sought,”  BJP lamma’s  birthday  on  De­ ing in Hyderabad.”
representative of Karnataka in vakumar, would visit Saba­ of  ghee  to  the  deity  had  to reached in consultation with physically challenged, ailing State president P.S. Sreedh­ cember  17.  His  95­year­old The  bereaved  family  has
the Panorama section. The rimala on Sunday to assess report  to  the  police  at  Ni­ the  TDB  on  Saturday,  are pilgrims  and  their  helpers, aran Pillai told the media. mother  resides  in  the  dis­ requested  the  government
film is directed by Abhay the situation there, he said.  lackal before midnight. part  of  a  slew  of  security and journalists. trict headquarters and is be­ to help bring back the body
Simha. ing looked after by his sister, to Medak.

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kasam  as  well,”  he  says.
‘U.S.­China trade “Overseas  buyers  always
war offers a drive a tough bargain and ex­
window of pect  to  pass  on  the  advan­
tage to the customer at least
opportunity’  partly.”
“India is seen as an alter­
S. Murali native source for decorative
ONGOLE stone material, but we have
Granite barons in Prakasam to  build  capacities  and  up­
district made a killing ahead grade processing technology
of  the  Beijing  Olympics  in to  meet  the  increasing  de­
2008  as  the  natural  stone mand. The country lags be­
material was widely used in Shiny and durable: Decorative material getting ready at a hind  its  eastern  neighbour
the  construction  of  the processing unit in Prakasam district. KOMMURI SRINIVAS
*
by about 10 years,” explains
sports village then.  Galaxy Granite Owners Asso­
After a dip in the fortunes, cessed in the SEZ make it to, also the high tariffs imposed ciation treasurer Sidda Sud­
captains of the granite indus­ among  other  countries,  the by  the  Trump  administra­ heer. 
try  in  the  building  material U.S.,  Canada,  Germany, tion  on  quartz  imported Processing of granite was
Special  Economic  Zone  at Netherlands,  Italy,  Poland, from  China,  says  Shivaram insignificant  in  the  district
Gullapalli in the district are Turkey,  Saudi  Arabia,  and Mavuleti of Jyothi Granite Ex­ before  2010.  But  now  after
upbeat now, thanks to wea­ Algeria. ports after a trip to the U.S. the  setting  up  of  13  export­
kening  of  the  Indian  rupee and Canada to clinch orders oriented  units  within  the
and the escalating trade war Brazil is main rival for  the  natural  stone  mate­ SEZ and five elsewhere in the
between the U.S. and China Under pressure to cut costs rial processed in the SEZ in district,  at  least  60%  of  the
which offered an opportuni­ to  compete  with  Brazil, New Year.  decorative stone material is
ty for them to step up export which  boasts  exotic  natural processed here. Over 500 to
of  processed  decorative colours,  the  granite  barons Alternative source 600 containers of the mate­
stone material.  were finding the going tough “The  current  trend  in  the rial are shipped from the SEZ
The famous Black Galaxy hitherto.  currency  market  will  defi­ every month to other coun­
Bow-wow: Animal parents and their pets seen at an exclusive and certified dog park in Gachibowli in Hyderabad on Saturday. granite,  Black  pearl,  Steal Now the falling rupee au­ nitely  be  an  added  advan­ tries, the U.S. alone account­
The park has been developed by the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation. NAGARA GOPAL *
Grey  and  English  Grey  pro­ gurs well for the industry. So tage  to  exporters  from  Pra­ ing for 20%.

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Project maps butterfly migration in south India  winter session in Belagavi 
First citizen
science initiative Coordinaton committee meeting to be convened soon 
in the country Special Correspondent elections to urban local bo­ the JD(S) quota. KPCC presi­
seeks volunteers Bengaluru dies and bypolls to three Lok dent Dinesh Gundu Rao said
The  ruling  coalition  of  the Sabha  and  two  Assembly the  issue  is  likely  to  be  dis­
E.M. MANOJ Congress and JD(S) are likely constituencies,  is  expected cussed  at  the  coordinaton
KALPETTA to, at long last, embark on a to take place soon. committee  meeting  to  be
The Ferns Naturalists’ Cabinet  expansion  before Congress  leaders  and convened soon. 
Society (FNS), Wayanad, the  commencement  of  the MLAs  such  as  Ramalinga
Travancore Natural History Karnataka  legislature  ses­ Reddy,  M.B.  Patil,  Tanveer CM to meet Rahul
Society (TNHS), and the sion in Belagavi, which is ex­ Sait,  Roshan  Baig,  M.T.B. Mr. M.B. Patil called on AICC
Malabar Natural History pected  to  begin  from  De­ Nagaraj, B.C. Patil, H.K. Pa­ general  secretary  in  charge
Society (MNHS) have joined cember 10. til,  and  six  legislators  from of Karnataka K.C. Venugopal
hands to launch a citizen Speaking  to  reporters  in Ballari, who campaigned for on  Saturday.  When  asked
science project to map the of the southwest monsoon, “Information on butterfly needed,” Dr. Palot said. volunteers in the group from Belagavi on Saturday, Depu­ the  party’s  victory  in  the about his chances, he said “I
migratory path of butterflies from the ghats to the plains. migration in India is still “Butterfly migration is all over southern India who ty  Chief  Minister  G.  Para­ byelections  to  the  Lok  Sab­ don’t  know.  You  better  ask
in south India — the first patchy,” Jaffer Palot of the one of the least studied log in reports,” he said.  meshwara  said  the  Cabinet ha, are aspirants for Ministe­ party  high  command  and
such initiative in the Dominant species MNHS said. natural phenomenon in the Each record is followed would  be  expanded  by  No­ rial  berths  in  the  coalition the KPCC president.”
country. A recent study revealed that “What is needed is a country. We constituted two up at the next place and vember­end.  government. Meanwhile, Mr. Kumaras­
Usually butterfly four species of milkweed careful documentation of butterfly migration thus the whole migration Sources  in  the  Congress wamy is expected to call on
migration starts during butterflies are mainly migration over a prolonged monitoring groups on track is delineated, he Mounting pressure said that the ruling dispensa­ Congress  president  Rahul
October­November with the involved in the migration — period from a given area. WhatsApp last year to study added  With  senior  leaders  and  le­ tion,  jubilant  after  the  4­1 Gandhi in Delhi to hold talks
onset of the northeast the Dakhan Dark Blue Tiger, For this, a wide network and the phenomena,” said Those interested in gislators mounting pressure victory  in  the  byelections, on  filling  of  Cabinet  vacan­
monsoon, from the plains to Oriental Blue Tiger, Double­ coordination among Kalesh Sadasivan, research joining the group may on  the  Congress  top  brass, has shown interest in filling cies and forming an alliance
the ghats, and during April­ branded Black Crow and butterfly watchers from associate, TNHS. contact 94470 44498, says the  Cabinet  expansion, six  Cabinet  berths  in  the in the 2019 Lok Sabha elec­
May, just before the advent Indian Common Crow.  different localities are “Now we have 276 P.A. Vinayan of the Ferns. which was postponed citing Congress  quota  and  two  in tions. 
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Jumbo care! India gets its first dedicated elephant hospital 
The result of a U.P. Forest Department and Wildlife SOS collaboration, the modern facility will treat treat injured, sick and geriatric elephants 
special correspondent thermal  imaging,  ultraso­ care, a pathology laboratory, ing  an  observation  area  for elephants  in  distress.  We
NEW DELHI nography,  hydrotherapy, digital  weighing  scale,  Ele­ the overnight monitoring of hope  this  hospital  will  put
Brig. Chandpuri, hero of
India’s  elephants  now  have tranquillisation  equipment phant  Restraining  Device elephants  under  treatment India on the map as a scho­
Longewala battle, dead
CHANDIGARH
their first dedicated hospital and  quarantine.  Located (ERD)  with  a  dedicated  in­ using  close  circuit  infra­red larly destination for humane
Brigadier Kuldip Singh near  the  Taj  Mahal,  com­ near  Agra,  the  facility  is  in door  treatment  enclosure CCTV  cameras.  Training management  of  elephants,
Chandpuri, considered the plete with wireless digital X­ the Farah block of Mathura, for  longer  medical  proce­ courses would be organized which will go a long way to
hero of the ‘Battle of Ray,  laser  treatment  and near the Elephant Conserva­ dures,”  said  Wildlife  SOS by  Wildlife  SOS  to  spread address  the  protection  and
Longewala’ and who was dental  X­ray  facilities.  The tion and Care Center (ECCC) founder  Kartick  Satyana­ knowledge  on  elephant conservation of elephants in
later awarded the Maha Vir ‘jumbo’ hospital is the result run by Wildlife SOS. rayan. “An observation deck medical  care,  humane  ele­ India,” she added. 
Chakra, died in Mohali on of  a  collaboration  between will  allow  veterinary  stu­ phant management and ve­ In 2010, Wildlife SOS esta­
Saturday, his family said. He the Uttar Pradesh Forest De­ Medical hoist dents and interns to observe terinary procedures. blished  the  ECCC,  which
was 78. He held off a partment  and  conservation “The Wildlife SOS Elephant and  learn  elephant  treat­ “This is a huge milestone currently  provides  lifetime
Pakistani attack while leading NGO Wildlife SOS. Hospital is designed to treat ment  routines  from  a  safe for  elephant  protection  in care for over 20 rehabilitat­
a small group of soldiers The  veterinary  hospital injured, sick or geriatric ele­ distance.” India,” said Geeta Seshama­ ed  pachyderms,  rescued
through the night during the has  modern  medical  facili­ phants and is equipped with The  hospital  is  jumbo ni,  co­founder  of  Wildlife from illegal captivity and cir­
1971 war. The 1997 film Novel initiative: The hospital has facilities for thermal imaging, ties for the treatment of ele­ a medical hoist for lifting ele­ sized: with a built­up area of SOS. “This hospital will help cuses, where they were sub­
Border, in which Sunny Deol ultrasonography, hydrotherapy and quarantine. phants in distress, including phants  requiring  critical almost 12,000 sq ft, includ­ us take better care of injured jected to cruelty.
played the role of Brigadier
Chandpuri, was based on the
Longewala battle. The
cremation will take place on
Monday with full military
honours.

Police attach properties


Odisha Assembly lets off Abhijit T.M. Krishna enthrals
of former Bihar Minister Drops charges of apology begged by Mr. Iyer­ Debi  Prasad  Mishra,  BJD  le­
PATNA
The police on Saturday
attached the properties of
former Bihar Social Welfare
breach of privilege
against analyst
Mitra  for  the  statement
made by him before the me­
dia  against  the  members  of
the  House  and  drop  the
gislator and a member of the
committee,  briefly  spoke
about  the  recommenda­
tions,  after  which  the  As­
Delhi with his songs
Minister Manju Verma, who is
absconding for over a month
Special Correspondent matter”. sembly passed a motion ac­ Kejriwal thanks
cepting the apology.
in an Arms Act case. It is
BHUBANESWAR
The  Odisha  Assembly  ac­ ‘Educate about Odisha’ The  defence  analyst  is  in
audience, says
linked to the Muzaffarpur
shelter home case in which 34
cepted  the  apology  of  de­ The committee also “recom­ judicial  custody  following India belongs to all
fence analyst Abhijit Iyer­Mi­ mended to the House to di­ his arrest in two cases filed
minor girls were allegedly
sexually exploited. “On
tra and dropped the charges rect the State government to against  him  —  at  the  Sahid Staff Reporter
Friday, the local court issued a of breach of privilege against Abhijit Iyer-Mitra provide materials to Mr. Iyer­ Nagar police station in Bhu­ NEW DELHI

property attachment notice him here on Saturday. Mitra  to  educate  him  about baneswar  and  the  Konark Politics  and  art  shared  the
against Manju Verma and it The  Assembly  dropped which  probed  into  the the art, culture, history and police station in Puri district stage at the national capital
was pasted at her residence… the charges against Mr. Iyer­ matter. people of Odisha”. — for his alleged derogatory on Saturday as Carnatic sin­
The police began the process Mitra  passing  a  motion  by In its report, the commit­ After  the  report  was  ta­ and  objectionable  com­ ger T.M. Krishna performed
of attaching the property voice vote accepting the re­ tee recommended that “the bled,  Leader  of  Opposition ments on art and culture of to a large gathering at a con­
today (Saturday),” Begusarai commendation  of  the  As­ House may be magnanimous Narasingha  Mishra,  who Odisha, Lord Jagannath and cert  organised  by  the  Delhi
SP Avkash Kumar said. sembly  House  Committee, to  consider  and  accept  the headed the committee, and the Odia community. government,  three  days  af­
ter the Airports Authority of
India pulled out of a festival

Choksi says ready to come Gujarat announces organised with the Spic Ma­


cay Foundation. 
Speaking  before  the  pro­

to India after three months relief for farmers  gramme, Delhi Chief Minis­


ter Arvind Kejriwal told the
crowd:  “Enjoy  the  music,
Special Correspondent In 12 talukas with rainfall but your coming here today
Aditya Agarwal up  Indian  citizenship,  be­ AHMEDABAD between 300 and 350 mm, is  a  big  statement  that  this
Mumbai cause  Antiguan  citizenship The Gujarat government on the  ad  hoc  assistance country belongs to all — Hin­
Mehul  Choksi,  the  fugitive does not allow dual citizen­ Saturday announced a spe­ amount  is  ₹5,800  per  hec­ dus,  Muslims,  Christians,
diamantaire  accused  in  the ship. So he cannot apply for cial relief package of ₹1,300 tare  and  in  19  talukas  with Sikhs, Jains, and Buddhists.
multi­crore Punjab National a visa  because  the  form  re­ crore for approximately 20 rainfall  between  350  and It belongs to Tamilians, Ma­
Bank fraud, on Saturday in­
formed a special Prevention
of  Money  Laundering  Act
quires him to provide a debit
or  credit  card  number,  and
all  his  cards  have  been
lakh  farmers  in  45  talukas
that received less than 400
mm rain in the current year.
400 mm, the amount will be
₹5,300 per hectare.
Earlier,  the  government
layalis,  Gujaratis,  Marathis,
Haryanvi and Punjabis.”
Mr  Krishna  said,  “...in
BJP slams AAP govt. 
court  that  he  is  ready  to frozen.” These talukas have been de­ had  declared  54  talukas keeping with the spirit, I’m Staff Reporter alism, is being hosted by the
come  back  to  India  after He further said, “The FEO clared scarcity­hit. scarcity­hit  and  a  special going to try to bring in multi­ New Delhi Kejriwal  government,
three months if his medical Act  says  that  he  can  be  de­ Deputy Chief Minister Ni­ package of ₹5,100 crore was ple voices, languages, tradi­ The  BJP  on  Saturday  at­ which  is  least  bothered
condition  improves;  if  not Mehul Choksi clared a FEO, if he leaves the tin  Patel  said  the  govern­ announced for farmers and tions  and  religions  in  the tacked the AAP government about  the  development  of
he is willing to depose via vi­ country  after  the  proceed­ ment  was  committed  to cattle breeders. “So far, we concert.”  on its decision to host Car­ Delhi.” 
deo conferencing and if that Advocate  Vijay  Agrawal, ings have been initiated and helping  the  farmers  in  16 have  announced  two  pack­ Mr. Sisodia later tweeted: natic vocalist T.M. Krishna. By  hosting  Mr.  Krishna,
is not possible the Enforce­ appearing  for  Mr.  Choksi, he refused to return to face districts  where  rainfall  has ages with ₹6,400 crore spe­ “Awesome  performance  by Leader  of  Opposition  in he alleged, the AAP was as­
ment  Directorate  (ED)  can said:  “He  has  an  Antiguan trial  in  the  country.  In  this been less than normal. cial  assistance,”  Mr.  Patel @tmkrishna ..Thanks Delhi! the  Delhi  Legislative  As­ sociating  itself  with  “anti­
send  an  officer  to  Antigua. passport,  which  was  given case neither of this is true. At In 14 talukas with rainfall said. For being here. It’s not only sembly  Vijender  Gupta national forces” by sponsor­
The court was hearing a pe­ after  clearance  from  the the time he left, there was no between  250  mm  and  300 The State has also formed about  music...  Your  pre­ said,  “Mr.  Krishna,  whose ing  such  programmes,  in
tition  by  the  ED  to  declare Mumbai police that he does FEO Act and he had no ap­ mm,  each  farmer  will  get a Ministerial  committee  to sence  here  is  a  political image is directly or indirect­ addition  to  continuing  its
Mr.  Choksi  a  fugitive  eco­ not have any cases pending prehension  of  all  this ₹6,300  ad  hoc  assistance review  the  situation  in  the statement to save the diversi­ ly  questionable  due  to  his focus on “political interests
nomic offender. against  me.  He  had  to  give happening.” per hectare.  rain deficient districts. ty of the country.” association with urban Nax­ in other States.”

Over one lakh


cyclone-hit in relief
camps, says T.N. CM
Special Correspondent
SALEM

Cyclone Gaja has claimed the lives of 33 per­
sons, including 20 men, 11 women and two
children, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edap­
padi K. Palaniswami has said. 
Speaking to reporters at Vanavasi in Sa­
lem  district  after  an  official  function,  he
said about 1.77 lakh persons were housed in
351  camps,  where  they  were  being  given
food and medical treatment. 
Over 1.27 lakh trees had been uprooted
till now. The number could go up, said Mr.
Palaniswami, adding that according to the
latest  information,  over  30,000  electric
poles and 105 sub­stations had been dam­
aged. 

230 medical camps


The government accorded priority to check
the spread of communicable diseases in the
affected districts. A total of 230 permanent
medical camps had been set up in these dis­
tricts to screen people . Another 435 mobile
camps were covering the villages. A total of
1.30  lakh  men,  women  and  children  had
been screened so far. 
About 2,000 cattle heads perished in the
cyclone. The Forest Department reported
death of 30 deer, he said. 

26 water supply schemes hit


As many as 26 comprehensive drinking wa­
ter schemes had been affected, but 10 were
fully restored. Restoration work on 11 other
drinking water schemes was progressing at
a fast pace. 
Till the restoration of the drinking water
schemes, generators would be provided for
regular supply of potable water. 
Over 10,000 staff had been deputed for
restoration  work  in  the  cyclone­ravaged
coastal districts. 
On his direction, a five­member Ministe­
rial team comprising D. Jayakumar (Fisher­
ies);  Dindigul  C.  Sreenivasan  (Forest),  P.
Thangamani  (Electricity),  S.P.  Velumani
(Local Administration) and R.B. Udayaku­
mar  (Revenue)  rushed  to  the  coastal  dis­
tricts on Saturday and was monitoring res­
toration work, the Chief Minister said.
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‘Withdrawal of consent will UIDAI CEO to
Ganga waterway replace Adhia 
project cleared impact future CBI action’ Sanjay Mishra appointed ED Director 
The  IWAI  contended  that vironment  Minister  Harsh A.P., West Bengal decisions will not affect pending inquiries, say experts  Mahesh Langa
clearance  was  not  neces­ Vardhan, and senior Secre­ AHMEDABAD
sary, as the proposed termi­ taries  of  the  Environment, Krishnadas Rajagopal Act  to  maintain  the  federal In a top­level appointment,
nal  at  Varanasi  was  not  a Water  and  Shipping  Minis­ Devesh Pandey structure.  The  subject  of the  Centre  on  Saturday  ap­
NEW DELHI
“port” and that only “main­ tries, decided that an envi­ ‘law  and  order’  is  a  State pointed  Ajay  Bhushan  Pan­
tenance  dredging”  was  re­ ronment clearance was not The  withdrawal  of  ‘general domain. dey, Chief Executive Officer
quired. This activity was re­ required. consent’  by  a  State  to  the In Karnataka, the J.H. Pa­ of UIDAI, new Secretary, Re­
quired  to  make  an  existing This was because the EAC Central Bureau of Investiga­ tel  government  had  with­ venue in place of Hasmukh
channel  suitable,  and  was had  not  provided  “cogent tion  (CBI)  to  exercise  juris­ drawn  the  consent  on  De­ Adhia,  who  will  retire  in
not  a  greenfield,  dredging reasons  in  support  of  their diction  within  its  territory cember  15,  1998,  and  it November­end.
effort. Therefore, as per the observations  and  recom­ applies prospectively. continued for several years. On Saturday, the Depart­
provisions  of  the  Environ­ mendation”  and  that  exist­ Hence,  the  notifications Also, in late 1970s, the Deva­ ment  of  Personnel  and
ment (Protection) Act, it was ing  laws  exempted  jetties issued  by  the  Andhra  Pra­ raj  Urs  government  had  re­ Training (DoPT) issued noti­ Ajay Bhushan Pandey
“exempt” from an environ­ and  multi­modal  terminals desh  and  West  Bengal  go­ No stopping: Despite the withdrawal of consent, courts can called  the  general  permis­ fication  of  appointments  of
ment clearance process.  (like  the  one in  Varanasi) vernments,  withdrawing still order a CBI investigation. V. SUDERSHAN*
sion for CBI investigations. Secretaries  in  the  Depart­ leadership  and  expressed
The  Expert  Appraisal from an EC process.  consent,  would  not  have  a However, the act of with­ ments of Revenue, Youth Af­ gratitude to his officers and
Committee  (EAC),  a  com­ At  this  meeting,  too,  the retrospective effect. That is, notification  issued  by  the tion against him. So, there is drawal  of  consent  can  be fairs, Coal and Tourism.  staff. 
mittee of experts constitut­ Union  Environment  Secre­ the  States’  withdrawal  of Sikkim  government  with­ no personal motive. The fac­ judicially  reviewed,  experts Mr. Pandey will continue The government also ap­
ed by the Environment Mi­ tary  C.K.  Mishra  recom­ consent  affects  only drawing  consent  to  investi­ tual scenario is entirely diffe­ said. Besides, withdrawal of to hold additional charge as pointed  Sanjay  Kumar  Mis­
nistry  and  tasked  with mended  that  the  project prospectively. gate  a  corruption  case rent,” Mr. Parasaran said. consent is no bar for a con­ CEO of UIDAI and Chairman hra, a 1984­batch IRS Officer,
recommending  whether should  apply  for  an  EC  “in The Supreme Court clari­ against the then Chief Minis­ Experts  point  out  that  if stitutional court to use its in­ of the GST Network.  Director of Enforcement Di­
major  infrastructure  pro­ view  of  the  involvement  of fies the position of law in Ka­ ter Nar Bahadur Bhandari. the States have the statutory herent  and  extraordinary Mr.  Adhia  is  a  key  aide rectorate (ED) for two years.
jects  ought  to  be  given  the dredging component.”  zi Lhendup Dorji vs Central power to give consent to the powers to order a CBI inves­ and  the  most  trusted  bu­ Mr.  Mishra  was  made  inte­
go­ahead, has differed. Such On  December  21,  2017, Bureau of Investigation, a re­ No personal animus CBI  under  Section  6  of  the tigation into individual cases reaucrat  of  Prime  Minister rim director last month. 
exemptions  were  valid,  it the  Environment  Ministry ported decision of 1994. The Former  Solicitor­General Delhi  Special  Police  Esta­ for  purpose  of  “delivery  of Narendra  Modi.  He is  also G.C. Murmu, a 1985­batch
said,  as  per  records  of  a issued an office order agree­ court reasoned that the State Mohan Parasaran interprets blishment  (DSPE)  Act,  it  is complete  justice”.  “The designated as Finance Secre­ Gujarat­cadre  IAS  officer,
meeting on May 18, 2017, on­ ing  that  no  environmental government’s  withdrawal the  Dorji  decision,  saying implicit  that  they  can  with­ withdrawal  of  general  con­ tary in the Finance Ministry.  will be the new Expenditure
ly if the “project had applied clearance was required and should not be allowed to stall consent  once  given  cannot draw consent too. sent means CBI officers lose Finance  Minister  Arun Secretary. He will take over
for  a  prior  environmental approved  the  project  for a pending case. be  withdrawn.  But  he  said In  1961,  the  Supreme police powers under the Cri­ Jaitley  posted  on  Facebook from  A.N.  Jha,  who  will  re­
clearance.” The Union Envi­ further  processing  by  the “The  case  should  be  al­ the verdict may not apply in Court  in  Major  E.G.  Barsay minal Procedure Code in the that  Mr.  Adhia  had  refused tire in January. 
ronment  Ministry  support­ Cabinet Committee on Eco­ lowed  to  reach  its  logical the current factual scenario.  judgment held that no mem­ State concerned and for re­ any  post­retirement  job, Upma  Chawdhry will  be
ed the EAC’s recommenda­ nomic  Affairs,  with  some conclusion…  notwithstand­ “Mr.  Chandrababu  Naidu ber  of  the  Establishment gistering a case,” said a CBI though the government was the new Secretary of Youth
tion, even arguing that “…a “environmental safety mea­ ing  the  withdrawal  of  con­ can  argue  that  unlike  Mr. (CBI)  can  exercise  powers official.  However,  the  CBI keen on utilising his servic­ Affairs  and  Yogendra  Tri­
terminal was part of a Port.” sures.”  sent during pendency of in­ Bhandari,  whose  pending and jurisdiction in any area could  continue  to  register es.  pathy Secretary of Tourism. 
However,  a  meeting  on Being a World Bank fund­ vestigation.”  The  Dorji CBI case provided him with a in  a  State  without  the  con­ new  cases  in  other  States, Mr.  Adhia  in  a  series  of Sumanta  Chaudhury  will
October  24  between  Union ed project, it was necessary principle  was  reiterated  by personal motive to withdraw sent  of  the  government  of having  links  to  the  one  in tweets thanked Prime Minis­ be Secretary of the Coal Mi­
Shipping  and  Roads  Minis­ for approvals to be in place the Delhi High Court in 2013. consent, he [Mr. Naidu] does that State. The provision was which  the  general  consent ter  Narendra  Modi  and  Mr. nistry  and  Chhabilendra
ter Nitin Gadkari, Union En­ before December 31. The Dorji case dealt with a not  have  any  CBI  investiga­ incorporated  in  the  DSPE has been rescinded. Jaitley for their guidance and Raol Secretary, Fertilizers. 

IN BRIEF
Solih promises to reset ties 74.1% voter turnout in
Maldivian President, PM hold talks, underline need for peace in Indian Ocean 
Narayan Lakshman
J&K’s panchayat elections 
Male Quantum jump from the recent civic body poll percentage 
Promising a host of people­
Amarinder attacks Badal
focussed  policies  and  a  fo­ Peerzada Ashiq
over remark on SIT probe
reign  policy  formulated  on Srinagar
CHANDIGARH
Punjab Chief Minister
the  basis  of  human  rights, The first phase of panchayat
Amarinder Singh on Saturday democracy  and  climate  di­ election  in  Jammu  &  Kash­
attacked Shiromani Akali Dal plomacy, the Maldives’s new mir on Saturday recorded a
patriarch Parkash Singh Badal President,  Ibrahim  Solih, 74.1% voter turnout, with the
for claiming that the ongoing sought to turn a new page in Kashmir  Valley  clocking
SIT probe against him in the the  country’s  politics  at  a 62.1%, a quantum jump from
2015 police firings at glittering inaugural ceremo­ the civic election percentage
Kotkapura and Behbal Kalan ny.  of 35.1 just 30 days ago. 
was politically motivated. Mr. The  event  was  attended According to Chief Electo­
Badal had alleged that the by Prime Minister Narendra ral Officer (CEO) Shaleen Ka­
probe was being conducted Modi,  former  Sri  Lankan bra,  the  border  district  of
at the CM’s behest. PTI President  Chandrika  Kuma­ Kupwara  in  the  Valley  wit­
ratunga, Sri Lankan MP Na­ nessed the highest polling at
Congress seeks CISF mal Rajapaksa and other dig­ 71.9%,  while  Ganderbal  in Enthusiastic voting: The queue outside a polling station at
cover for Navjot Sidhu nitaries  from  across  the central  Kashmir  registered Rayar in Budgam district on Saturday. NISSAR AHMAD *

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region. the lowest 11.9%.
The Congress wrote to Union
Home Minister Rajnath Singh
on Saturday seeking CISF
Striking  a  populist  note,
Mr. Solih said that by the end
of the first 100 days of his ad­
“At least 5,585 candidates
were in the fray for 420 sar­
panch and 1,845 panch seats
Militants kill 2 civilians,
security cover for Punjab
Cabinet Minister Navjot Singh
Sidhu citing “growing threat
ministration, electricity pric­
es would be reduced, tuition
In strength: Narendra Modi congratulating Maldives President-elect Ibrahim Mohamed Solih in
Male on Saturday. From left are Sri Lanka’s former President Chandrika Kumaratunga and
in Phase I,” Mr. Kabra said.
Unlike  the  civic  body upload video online
perception” to his life. “After fees fully covered for under­ Maldivian ex-Presidents Mohamed Nasheed and Maumoon Abdul Gayoom. REUTERS *
polls,  the  panchayat  elec­
Sidhu left the BJP, the graduate  students,  and tions are being contested on Special Correspondent morning. “Ashraf was killed
Srinagar
threatening tone of various school  students  provided take  pride  in  the  peaceful aspirations  for  the  stability development  and  for  water a non­party basis, opening a in a brutal act of terror by
Akali Dal and BJP leaders is free breakfast.  transition of power. of the region”. and sewerage systems on the window  for  both  regional Militants abducted four militants later,” said the
well known,” Congress chief He  said  that  his  govern­ Immediately  after  the The  need  to  boost  eco­ outlying islands. parties — the National Confe­ civilians in Kashmir and police. Shahid Ahmad Ganie
spokesperson Randeep ment  would  allow  pension swearing­in  ceremony, nomic cooperation was writ On  the  more  troubling rence (NC) and the Peoples brutally killed two of them and Farooq Ahmad, both
Surjewala said. funds  to  be  used  by  Haj which was held in a packed large  in  their  conversation. question of tackling climate Democratic Party — to have in the past 24 hours. The from Saidpora Payeen, who
pilgrims. Rasmee  Dhandu  Stadium, Their joint statement recog­ change, President Solih cor­ proxy candidates. killings were filmed and were abducted with Ashraf
Court to cross-examine The  new  government  as­ Mr. Solih held a meeting with nised that easing the visa re­ roborated  his  reference  to But  the  National  Confe­ uploaded on social media, were released. 
Swamy in January sumes power on the back of Mr. Modi, which sources said gime mutually in both coun­ “climate  diplomacy”  with rence’s provincial president evoking severe criticism Ashraf’s killing comes
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a coalition of parties led by was a special gesture toward tries  would  be  the  quickest details  on  his  plan  to  intro­ Nasir Aslam Wani reiterated from political parties.  just a day after militants
A Delhi court has fixed
Mr. Solih’s Maldivian Demo­ India, as indeed was the fact way to expand opportunities duce  a  green  tax  and  halt that his party “will stay way One of the victims, Huzaif killed Nadeem Manzoor, an
January 8, 2019, for cross-
cratic Party, and comes after that India was the only coun­ for  Indian  companies  to  in­ fishing permits to foreigners.  from  the  panchayat  polls, Ashraf, 19, from Kulgam was 18­year­old student, and
examining BJP leader
five years of rule under Ab­ try  that  the  new  President vest in the Maldives, and for When Mr. Modi extended too,  but  contest  Assembly kidnapped on Saturday uploaded the video. 
Subramanian Swamy in the
National Herald case, filed by
dulla Yameen that saw Male mentioned in his speech. Maldivians to travel to India an invitation to Mr. Solih to polls”. DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
him against Congress chief moving  strategically  and for a variety of purposes. make a state visit to India at
Rahul Gandhi, his mother economically closer to Beij­ Peace in region India  was  also  invited  to his earliest convenience, the No violence of  the  electorate  cast  their Line of Control (LoC) in Ba­
Sonia Gandhi and others. ing than to New Delhi. At  their  meeting,  the  two step up again as an econom­ President accepted the invi­ The  police  said  there  were ballot. According to the State ramulla  and  Kupwara
additional chief metropolitan Ordinary Maldivians, who leaders agreed on the impor­ ic partner which could help tation  and  Mr.  Modi  also no  reports  of  any  militant Election  Commission,  85 showed  more  enthusiasm
magistrate Samar Vishal also braved  the  total  security tance  of  maintaining  peace the  Maldives  meet  its  most agreed  to  President  Solih’s violence  or  protests  during sarpanchs and 1,676 panchs for voting. In Uri of Baramul­
deferred till the next date an lockdown  across  Male  and and  security  in  the  Indian pressing  economic  needs, invitation to him to make an the polling in Kashmir. have  already  been  elected la, Roshi Begum, 100, wife of
application moved by senior the media blackout at the in­ Ocean and being “mindful of including  for  increased official  visit  to  the  Maldives In  Srinagar,  where  one unopposed in Phase I. Mohammad Gazi, came out
Congress leader Motilal Vora. augural  venue,  appeared  to each  other’s  concerns  and housing  and  infrastructure in the near future. block was up for polls, 21.8% The  areas  close  to  the to vote with her family.

Talk more of Rafale, INTERVIEW | SRIDHAR ACHARYULU

less of us: Congress ‘If you strengthen the CIC, you strengthen RTI’


Chidambaram takes a jibe at Modi  Outgoing Central Information Commissioner Sridhar Acharyulu flags the impact of growing vacancies in the Commission
Special Correspondent Reddy,  P.V.  Narasimha  Rao Priscilla Jebaraj Court, which said, “All your We have a provision under dled  by  seven  Commission­
New Delhi and Sitaram Kesri,” Mr. Chi­ objections  against  non­dis­ the  RTI  Act  to  consider ers,  nobody  will  handle.  If
Former  Union  Minister  P. dambaram tweeted.  Central  Information  Commissioner  Sridhar Acharyulu, closure of wilful defaulters is another  officer  as  the the Chief retires, all the im­
Chidambaram  on  Saturday Taking a jibe at the Prime who took on the Prime Minister’s Office and the Reserve Bank not  correct,  not  legal;  give deemed PIO if he holds infor­ portant  subjects  like  Presi­
responded  to  Prime  Minis­ Minister,  he  said:  “Grateful of India in a case dealing with the non­disclosure of wilful de­ the  information”.  SC  said mation but doesn’t give. Now dent’s,  Prime  Minister’s  Of­
ter  Narendra  Modi’s  state­ that PM Modi is concerned faulters of major bank loans, warned on his last day of hear­ this  in  2015  and  it  was  sup­ who is the other officer in the fice, Supreme Court will not
ment  challenging  the  Con­ about who is elected as Con­ ing RTI appeals that by December, he and three other CICs posed to be implemented by department  who  is  holding be  heard.  If  you  strengthen
gress  to  appoint  a  person gress  president  and  he  de­ would retire, leaving the Central Information Commission se­ all these institutions. the information? RBI Gover­ the CIC, you strengthen RTI.
from  outside  one  family  as votes  a  lot  of  time  talking riously handicapped.  Then  a  similar  question nor. Who is saying I will not The RTI Act envisages the ap­
party chief for five years if it about it. Will he spend half comes before me. I issued a give? RBI Governor. When I pointment  of  individuals
respected  democracy,  list­ the  time  and  speak  about There have been complaints tions were about Labour Mi­ notice to RBI. They came up ask  him  to  explain  why  are with  eminence  in  different
ing  out  names  of  persons
outside  the  Nehru­Gandhi
demonetisation,  GST,  Ra­
fale, CBI and the RBI?”
that the primary
responsibility for appeals
nistry and rest of them were
about  RBI.  If  I  know  that
with  the  same  objections
which are rejected by the Su­ <
> Iany
don’t come with
baggage of
you  defying  the  Supreme
Court,  RTI  and  CIC,  there’s
fields: management, science
and  technology,  media,  so­
family  who  had  occupied “Will  PM  Modi  speak dealing with the RBI and the some  information  is  availa­ preme  Court.  Then  I administrative nothing illegal. cial  service,  administration,
the top post in the party.  about  farmers’  suicides, PMO is allotted to other ble with another public body switched  on  their  website experience. Maybe I governance.  But  90%  of  in­
“To jog PM Modi’s memo­ massive  unemployment, Commissioners. Why did but  not  being  given,  it’s  my and I saw… They gave more come with the Now you will be retiring formation commissioners, in
ry: among the Congress pre­ lynchings,  rape  crimes you take on this case? duty to examine. In fact, law than 100 lists in which they baggage of a critical before the next hearing on the  Centre  and  states,  are
sidents  since  1947  were against  women  and  chil­ demands it. will  not  give  information. this case… former government officers.
outlook
Acharya  Kriplani,  Pattabhi dren,  anti­Romeo  squads, ■ I don’t ask for a particular They  declared,  we  are  not Currently,  in  the  CIC,  I  am
Sitaramayya,  Purushottam­ gau rakshak vigilantism and case.  I  don’t  have  a  choice. Why did you hold the RBI going to give information on PIO do such a big job? Will he ■ By December 1, four of us the only one who is not from
das  Tandon,  U.N.  Dhebar, increasing terror attacks? This RTI application came to Governor himself liable? these  points  and  that  in­ dare  to  declare  such  a  list? will  be  out;  only  three  CICs administration. I don’t come
Sanjiva  Reddy,  Sanjivaiah, “We  are  proud  of  the me  because  it  contained cludes  wilful  defaulters  list, Then  who  will  do  it?  The will remain. They will find it with any baggage of adminis­
Kamaraj,  Nijalingappa,  C. humble origins of our post­ some questions about Minis­ ■ Earlier, a similar RTI appli­ inspection  reports,  which highest authority of the RBI very  difficult  to  handle  the trative  experience.  Maybe  I
Subramanian, Jagjivan Ram, independent leaders... Pre­ try  of  Labour  and  Employ­ cation was filed. CIC ordered Supreme  Court  ordered will do it. So do you think I growing cases. And there will come  with  the  baggage  of  a
Shankar Dayal Sharma, D.K. independence,  there  were ment,  which  is  allotted  to disclosure. RBI challenged it, them to give. should  punish  the  ordinary be  no  Chief,  that  is  the  big critical outlook. Let that also
Barooah,  Brahmananda thousands like them.” me. First two or three ques­ it was taken to the Supreme You tell me, can ordinary small employee? problem.  The  subjects  han­ be there.
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‘Vyapam was a Congress make-believe’ Scooty for girls, bonus for ryots
Bhopal
The BJP manifesto for
Madhya Pradesh released
BJP vice-president says the Chouhan government has made remarkable progress and does not face anti-incumbency on Saturday includes a
separate document for
Nistula Hebbar The Opposition has attacked scheme and Sambal scheme. The Congress has also women and promises
Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s Bhavantar has ensured posi­ announced several promises bonus to small farmers,
Vinay Sahasrabuddhe, government on the issue of tive  correction  in  the  price related to cow protection creation of 10 lakh jobs a
year and two­wheelers for
the BJP’s national vice­presi­ corruption and the Vyapam structure  of  farm  produce, and Hindu pilgrimage. What
meritorious girls. The main manifesto, titled
dent and Indian Council for scam. Your response? while Sambal has put brakes are your views on this?
“Samridh Madhya Pradesh Drishti Patra”,
Cultural  Relations  (ICCR) ■ This is nothing but allega­ on production expenditure. ■ Of late, Congress has em­
promises ₹40,000 crore in farm loans and
chief, also takes care of Mad­ tion  mongering.  Recently, Now,  whatever  the  talk  of barked  upon  a  politics  of expansion of the area under irrigation to 80
hya Pradesh party affairs as the  Supreme  Court  almost agricultural distress is main­ apology, marked very clearly lakh hectares. The women’s manifesto, titled
a central prabhari. He spoke reprimanded those Congress ly  out  of  a  manufactured by  some  guilty  conscience. “Nari Shakti Sankalp Patra”, promises to
on  the  outlook  for  the  com­ leaders filing cases to rake up unrest. They  are  in  a  way  trying  to install sanitary napkin vending machines in
ing Assembly elections in the the  dead  issue  of  Vyapam, clear their spiritual backlog. schools amd a Scooty to every girl who gets
State. Excerpts: saying they better fight it out The State government has But as admitted by their par­ more than 75% marks in the Class 12
through  elections.  Neither announced several welfare ty president [Rahul Gandhi], examination. PTI
The BJP is looking at a Vyapam nor any other issue schemes, with the finances they are essentially confused
fourth term in Madhya has any substance, and con­ seeing major debt. What even on this front.
Pradesh, and has, in the list sequently any impact on our about fiscal accountability? Regardless of the fact that BJP MLA joins Congress
of candidates declared till electoral prospects. Vyapam, ■ One can’t forget that Mad­ ban  on  cow  slaughter  is  a Shahdol
now, dropped only 40 from  day  one,  was  the  case hya Pradesh is a disciplined part  of  our  Constitution’s Disgruntled over not
sitting MLAs. Is local anti­ of Congress’s make­believe. economy, well within the fis­ guiding principles, Congress getting ticket, Pramila
incumbency not an issue? back.  We  brought  the  State cal parameters laid down by continued  to  oppose  it  for Singh, MLA, has quit the
■ Talking  about  the  so­ out of Bimaru bracket and la­ <
> Politics of
performance ... Agricultural distress came the Government of India.  the  last  seven  decades  and BJP and joined the
called  anti­incumbency  has ter  worked  for  basic  infras­ continues to be our to the boil last year in M.P. The  borrowing/repay­ now all of a sudden they are Congress. She was inducted
become  a  fashion.  There  is tructure  development  and Do you anticipate a political ments  of  loans  used  to  be talking  about  Cow  Ministry. into the Congress in the
main plank presence of senior party
no  particular  logic  behind now  want  to  take  the  State fallout? 27% of the total budget and It’s nothing more than an at­
this  talk  of  popular  feelings towards  prosperity.  Chang­ ■ When BJP came to power the same has come down to tempt to hoodwink the elec­ leader Ajay Singh. Ms.
against  the  incumbent  go­ ing Assembly candidates is a performance  or  of  develop­ in  2003,  the  agriculture 7%  in  a  disciplined  manner torate. They talk of Ram Van Singh said that though the BJP boasted of
vernment  simply  because routine thing. It underscores ment?  We  have  the  moral growth  rate  was  minus­3%. over the past 15 years, thanks Gaman  Path  but  forget  that women empowerment, it did not grant her
the  government  is  there  for our  approach  of  continuity strength  to  speak  on  this Today, it is more than 20%. to  the  good  governance  of Ramayan  starts  with  Ayod­ ticket after serving the people and the party
15 years.  with change. convincingly  because  we Problems today are not that the BJP.  hya  and  they  have  not  sup­ for five years. “I don’t want to do politics but
of insufficient farm produce. ported  the  idea  of  any  tem­ work for the welfare of people,” she said. PTI
When you have a govern­ have  made  a  difference.  On The  limit  prescribed  by
ment  that  has  made  remar­ What is the main plank on the basis of this track record They  are  more  about  abun­ the Government of India, of ple at the so­called disputed
kable  progress  on  all  fronts which BJP is seeking a of ours, we are now resolute­ dance. Hence, issues like wa­ up to 3.5% of the fiscal defi­ site. 
of development, both infras­ fourth term? ly  wanting  to  take  Madhya ter  scarcity,  fertilizer  shor­ cit, is never crossed. As per With  the  talk  of  banning Not a party, not an alliance
tructure  and  social,  what ■ Politics of performance is Pradesh into an era of pros­ tage,  unavailability  of my  information,  the  State RSS activities, Rahul Gandhi AIZAWL

kind of anti­incumbency can a new term added to the pol­ perity.  Samruddha  Madhya labourers  are  a  thing  of  the never had situations of ‘over­ seems  to  be  following  his Rivals have accused the
we  talk  about?  Remember, itical lexicon by the BJP, and Pradesh  is  our  solemn  pro­ past. Now there is a different draft’ during the BJP regime. grandmother,  Mrs.  Indira Zoram People’s Movement
(ZPM) of misleading the
we won the 2003 election on that  continues  to  be  our mise.  set of issues that the econo­ So  we  can  say  that  despite Gandhi. People of India will
people by seeking votes as
fundamental  issues  like  bij­ main  plank.  Have  you  ever And  people  have  every my of affluence has to grap­ having 80% population living never  support  the  forces  of
a registered party despite
lee, sadak and pani [power, heard  Rahul  Gandhi,  Maya­ reason to believe in our pro­ ple with. in primary sector the State is emergency  and  Congress’s
fielding candidates as
road  and  water].  And  the­ wati  or  Communist  leaders mise  going  by  our  past And  we  have  dealt  with performing well on all fiscal politics smacks of promoting Independents. A combine
reafter, there was no looking speaking  about  politics  of performance. them through our Bhavantar parameters. them. of seven regional parties
and NGOs, the ZPM had not registered itself
as a party. The Election Commission had on

Manvendra to take
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October 17 turned down its plea for allotment
Race to the booth of a common symbol, and said candidates of
constituent parties can use their respective

on Vasundhara Raje symbols. But the party’s candidates have


been using a yellow flag with a hat as the
common symbol. 
Special Correspondent
JAIPUR
The  Congress  on  Saturday ‘ATM of false promises’
fielded  Manvendra  Singh, Dhamtari
son of former BJP leader Jas­ BJP president Amit Shah
want  Singh,  against  Rajas­ launched a broadside
than Chief Minister Vasund­ against the Congress on
hara  Raje  from  her  home Saturday, terming the party
turf  of  Jhalrapatan,  which an “ATM” that dispensed
she  has  represented  thrice “false promises”, instead of
since 2003 in the Assembly. Manvendra Singh development, when
Mr.  Singh,  54,  who  was problems were inserted in
elected from Sheo in Barm­ gress candidates Meenakshi it. At a rally here ahead of the second and final
er  district  in  2013  as  a  BJP Chandrawat in 2013, Mohan phase of the Chhattisgarh polls, Mr. Shah
accused the Congress of not doing anything
candidate, quit the party in Lal in 2008 and Rama Pilot
for the State (part of Madhya Pradesh earlier)
September this year, follow­ in 2003.
during its 55­year rule. PTI
ing differences with Ms. Raje Mr.  Singh  said  he  was
over  denial  of  ticket  to  his “ready for the challenge”, as
father in the 2014 Lok Sabha it was the party’s decision to
election. He had stated that field him. 
choosing the lotus was “our
mistake”.
Mr.  Singh's  candidature
“I  will  run  a  fair  cam­
paign.  I  feel  honoured  that
the  Congress  has  reposed
P
t
Shivraj-ji never gets
tired of building
castles in the air. If he steps
from  Jhalrapatan  in  Jhala­ confidence  in  me  and down from his tall chariot,
war district, bordering Mad­ thought it fit for me to con­ he will see the real condition
hya  Pradesh,  is  set  to  turn test,” he said. of roads in the State! But his
the contest into a high­pro­ Ms.  Raje  said  the  Con­ government is too engrossed
file electoral battle between gress had fielded Mr. Singh in misleading people
Ballot run: Residents of Bhopal taking part in a ‘Run for democracy’ organised by the District Returning Officer on Saturday to two Rajput leaders.  because  it  could  not  find JYOTIRADITYA SCINDIA
create awareness of voting. A.M. FARUQUI * Ms.  Raje  defeated  Con­ any other candidate.  CONGRESS LEADER

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voters have a stark choice medical college project


CM is still popular, but local-level BJP leaders are not so Rivals claim credit over institution coming up in Sikar
Nistula Hebbar Mohammed Iqbal
BUDHNI/BHOPAL SIKAR
At a small village meeting at In the rough and tumble of
Nasrullahganj in the Budhni electoral  politics,  a  pro­
constituency represented by posed  government  medical
Madhya  Pradesh  Chief  Mi­ college being constructed on
nister  Shivraj  Singh  Chou­ a donated plot here has be­
han,  Congress  candidate come a core issue. 
Arun  Yadav  is  making  his The much­needed facility,
stump  speech.  Two  points which is yet to meet Medical
that  he  raises  get  him  the Council  of  India  (MCI)
most  applause  from  a  fair­ norms,  has  rival  parties
sized crowd. BJP’s face: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh claiming  credit  for  its
The first is the promise of Chouhan campaigning in Bhopal. A.M. FARUQUI *
establishment.
a farm  loan  waiver  by  the The voters in Rajasthan’s Years in the making: The Government Medical College
Congress  in  its  manifesto, ternal  uncle),  still  com­ should  have.  After  the  last arid,  northern  Shekhawati building under construction in Sikar.  SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT
*

and the second, more inter­ mands  affection  and  has date for withdrawal of nomi­ region are upset over the de­


estingly,  the  description  of done  a  lot  in  terms  of  wel­ nations, nearly 50 rebel can­ lay  in  starting  the  medical The college principal and constituency  of  erstwhile
people  considered  close  to fare,  especially  among  the didates  from  the  BJP  re­ college.  controller, Govardhan Mee­ Health  Minister  Rajendra
Mr.  Chouhan  on  his  home very  poor.  If  the  election  is mained in the fray. The  college  is  still  being na, told The Hindu that since Rathore,” he said. POCKET | SURENDRA
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turf  as  “mini­chief built  around  him,  then  we Prime  Minister  Narendra constructed,  though  it  was the  MCI  inspection  teams While Dr. Meena affirmed
ministers”. will  cruise  to  victory.  The Modi’s meetings are expect­ announced  along  with  six had repeatedly rejected the that the construction would
“This is Shivrajji’s area. I challenge is to beat local an­ ed to give a boost. After go­ other  colleges  during  the government hospital’s status be  completed  in  the  next
am  sure  he  has  done  some ti­incumbency,”  said  a  BJP ing with an advertising stra­ previous  Congress  regime. as an attached institution, it two months and the colleg­
work here, but we all know strategist in Bhopal. tegy that had only the CM at After the change of govern­ was proposed to build a new e’s  first  academic  session
that  it  is  the  mini­chief  mi­ the forefront and pictures of ment  in  2013,  the  project 300­bed hospital on an adja­ would start in July 2019, so­
nisters who call the shots in Controlling rebels other party leaders in small­ went  to  the  neighbouring cent piece of land, also to be cial activist Ashfaq Kayamk­
every  village  in  Budhni,” Ticket  distribution  by  the er sizes in banners and pos­ Churu district, with Sikar be­ made available by the trust. hani  said  the  BJP  and  Con­
says  Mr.  Yadav,  pointing  to BJP disappointed those who ters,  hoardings  of  just  Mr. ing included later in a Cen­ Sagar  Khachariawas,  dis­ gress  candidates  should
the nature of anti­incumben­ expected a large­scale fall in Chouhan  and  Mr.  Modi, trally sponsored scheme. trict president of the All In­ spell  out  their  plans  to  get
cy  against  the  government. the numbers of sitting MLAs. looming large equally, have The Kalyan Arogya Sadan dia Kisan Sabha, affiliated to the college started.
Not  so  much  against  Mr. Just  over  40  sitting  MLAs come up across Bhopal. Trust  donated  80  bighas  of the  CPI(M),  said  the  ruling “In the race to get credit,
Chouhan, a man with a lar­ were  dropped  and,  in  15  to The  message  is  clear:  to land adjacent to its charita­ BJP and the Congress had ex­ the  attention  shifted  from
gely avuncular image among 20 cases, family members of urge  voters  to  look  at  the ble  tuberculosis  hospital  in ploited  the  medical  college construction of building and
the  electorate,  but  his  vya­ these MLAs were accommo­ continuum  of  national  and the city for the medical col­ issue  to  get  votes  without its monitoring. This has led
vastha (system), or the peo­ dated. “That was a call taken State leadership at the very lege in 2016, but the propo­ taking any concrete steps to to a slower work here unlike
ple  who  provide  access  to to  prevent  the  proliferation top and forget the local man sal to attach the existing Shri ensure  that  the  institution other  cities  where  medical
him, from local leaders to of­ of  rebel  candidates,”  the below.  Most  important,  it Kalyan  Government  Hospi­ started functioning. colleges have come up,” Mr. I lost the last election, people don’t
ficials,  local  strongmen  or source said. points to the lack of a chief tal to it has not succeeded as “The  original  plan  was Kayamkhani  said.  For  the even remember my name. But I am very popular
influential people.  As  a  strategy,  it  hasn’t ministerial  face  in  the  Con­ the  latter  lacks  facilities shifted  to  a  smaller  town, voters of Shekhawati, it has as someone who paid the highest
“Shivrajji,  as  mama (ma­ worked  out  to  the  extent  it gress camp. specified by the MCI norms. Churu, only because it is the been a long wait. price for a vote.
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THE HINDU

On  November  8,  Meghalaya’s  Agnes she has been avowedly apolitical and a rous  and  risky  turn  when  she  began coal. Ms. Kharshiing documented illegal the National Investigation Agency probe
WHO
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Sangma  became  the  latest  among  18
long­time  crusader  against  domestic
violence, child and sexual abuse and de­
sniffing  out  illegal  coal  trade  after  the
National Green Tribunal in 2014 banned
mining  and  transport  of  coal  over  the
last four years, thus earning the wrath
the  case.  This  was  ironical  since  Ms.
Kharshiing had taken up the case of sub­
Right  to  Information  activists  in  the privation of beneficiary schemes in ru­ unscientific  rat­hole  mining  and  res­ of the coal mafia. inspector  P.J.  Marbaniang,  who  was
northeastern region to have been either ral areas. She formed the Civil Society tricted  coal  transport.  Armed  with  a killed  in  January  2015,  hours  after  de­

Agnes killed  or  assaulted  or  harassed.  They


were — as the police said — assaulted by
Women’s Organisation to take her fight
against corruption to the grassroots and
camera, she began documenting illegal
mines and trucks carrying coal by tra­
Why was she attacked?
Ms. Kharshiing and Ms. Sangma were on
tailing 32 coal­laden trucks close to the
police outpost he was in charge of.
a group of criminals at Tuber Sohshrieh educate  rural  women  on  RTI.  Her  or­ velling across the the State.  a surveillance  trip  to  East  Jaintia  Hills
Kharshiing, in the coal­ and limestone­rich East Jain­
tia  Hills  district.  The  spot  where  they
ganisation took on village chieftains and
local  councils  for  ostracising  RTI  acti­ What ails Meghalaya’s coal belt?
when  a  woman  stopped  their  vehicle
near a wooded patch. About 40 people
Why has it created a flutter?
The attack on Ms. Kharshiing, stable but
were  waylaid  is  not  far  from  where vists. But her activism took an adventu­ Meghalaya has a coal reserve of 640 mil­ swooped down from nowhere and be­ not out of danger, has attracted the at­
RTI crusader another RTI activist Poipynhun Majaw,
38, was killed in March for exposing a
lion tonnes, most of which is mined in­
discriminately by private and commun­
gan  raining  blows  on  them  with  blunt
weapons.  The  two  activists  were
tention  of  activists  and  rights  groups
across  the  globe.  The  Meghalaya  High
nexus between the local tribal council ity  landowners.  Besides  the  adverse dragged into the woods, but Ms. Sang­ Court has asked the government to en­
and cement companies that were alleg­ effect  of  mining  on  rivers,  activists ma  managed  to  crawl  out  and  call  for sure her security and bear the expendi­
edly allowed to mine limestone without found that miners employed children to help. The police found Ms. Kharshiing ture  of  her  treatment.  The  Congress,
permission. crawl into rat­holes for extracting coal. unconscious and had them both shifted which  was  at  the  receiving  end  of  her
If that were not enough, coal was being to a super­speciality hospital in capital activism  until  losing  power  in  March,
Who is she? exported to Bangladesh and sent to oth­ Shillong.  The  police  caught  two  sus­ has thrown its weight behind her. The
Ms. Kharshiing, 58, is one of the most er States on overloaded trucks, depriv­ pects they referred to as criminals, but present BJP­backed government is feel­
well­known  activists  in  the  State.  She ing the government of ₹300 crore in re­ the rights group Achik Indigenous Jus­ ing the heat since the attack has under­
belongs to a political family: her elder venue  a  year.  Complaints  finally tice Initiative Forum said the attackers mined  its  effort  to  reopen  the  coal
brother Robert Kharshiing represented made the NGT ban coal mining and were  without  a  doubt  associated  with mines that have allegedly funded politi­
the Nationalist Congress Party in the Ra­ order sealing of coal pits. It, ho­ the illegal coal trade. It asked Chief Mi­ cians and elections in Meghalaya.
jya Sabha and her younger brother John wever, allowed transport of 3.4 nister  Conrad  K.  Sangma  to  let  either
F. Kharshiing is a Congress leader. But million  tonnes  of  extracted the  Central  Bureau  of  Investigation  or RAHUL KARMAKAR
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names nominated by the government to against  his  appointment,  which  was the government as dividend in the last Alternatively, in the event of the two


WHAT
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chairman, Tata Sons, Teamlease foun­
seen  as  imposing  right­wing  views  on
the  central  bank,  never  mind  the  fact
five years, but it is reluctant to touch the
stock of reserves on its balance sheet. 
not  being  able  to  agree,  and  if  the  go­
vernment still wants to have its way, it
der  and  chairman  Manish  Sabharwal, that it is impossible for one or two nomi­ The  last  Board  meeting  on  October can,  if  it  so  chooses,  exercise  extraor­
agricultural  economist  Ashok  Gulati, nees to swing an 18­member Board their 23  was  reported  to  be  a  stormy  affair dinary powers vested under Section 7 of

The lowdown chartered  accountant  S.  Gurumurthy


and Bharat Doshi, former CFO of Mahin­
way. The appointment has to be seen in
the backdrop of tensions in the relations
that lasted about eight hours but ended
up discussing only three of the 20 items
the Reserve Bank of India Act to give di­
rections  to  the  RBI  to  act  as  per  its
dra  &  Mahindra.  Economic  Affairs  Se­ between  the  central  bank  and  the  Fi­ on the agenda. A public speech on Oc­ instructions.
on RBI board cretary  Subash  C.  Garg  and  Rajiv  Ku­
mar,  Secretary,  Department  of
nance Ministry. There are several issues
on which the government and the RBI
tober  26  by  Deputy  Governor  Viral
Acharya, in which he said governments What lies The  signals  coming
Financial  Services,  represent  the  go­ disagree. A circular of the central bank that do not respect the central bank’s in­ from  the  two  sides  are
meeting
ahead?
vernment’s interests. that dragged several power companies dependence  would  incur  the  wrath  of mixed. RBI Governor Ur­
What is it? The Board of Directors of defaulting on repayments to the insol­ the  markets  sent  the  RBI­government jit Patel is reported to have met Prime
the Reserve Bank of India How did it The  Board  meet­ vency  process,  classification  of  some relations further downhill. Minister Narendra Modi last week in an
(RBI) meets every month to discuss in­ come about? ings are normally bor­ weak banks as those needing immediate obvious  effort  to  explain  his  position
spection reports of banks and systemi­ ing affairs that go lar­ corrective  action  (which  prevented Why does it The upcoming meet­ and resolve the issues to mutual satis­
cally  important  financial  entities,  and gely unnoticed. In fact, there has rarely, them from lending freely) and the RBI’s matter? ing  is  crucial  in  the faction.  But  government  officials  have
other routine issues of supervision. The if  ever,  been  a  discussion  on  even  the reluctance to open the liquidity tap for backdrop of the fraught been maintaining pressure through me­
Board now has 18 members, inclusive of names nominated to the Board by the non­banking  finance  companies relationship  between  the  government dia briefings on the RBI to make it bend.
the  Governor  and  four  Deputy  Gover­ government. Yet, both have come into (NBFCs) have been sore points with the and the RBI as it can result either in re­ In  the  worst  case  scenario,  the  go­
nors and two top bureaucrats from the public focus in the last couple of months government.  In  addition,  the  govern­ solution or lead to a point of no return. vernment  resorting  to  Section  7  will
Finance  Ministry.  In  addition,  the  go­ after  the  government  decided  to  ap­ ment  has  been  coveting  the  RBI's  re­ The choices are clear: the RBI and the make Mr. Patel’s position untenable and
vernment  nominates  10  public  repre­ point  Mr.  Gurumurthy,  known  for  his serves, which it feels belongs to the go­ government have to arrive at an under­ he will have no option but to resign.
sentatives from different fields of activi­ conservative  views  and  swadeshi  eco­ vernment.  The  RBI  has  been standing  on  the  issues  listed  above
ty to the board. Some of the well­known nomics. Voices were immediately raised transferring its entire annual profits to through a spirit of give and take.  RAGHUVIR SRINIVASAN

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What happened? State  since  Independence.  It  has  ac­ Sindhudurg, Palghar, Pune, Satara, San­ bad, Nanded and Ahmadnagar. Mr. Fad­
WHY
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tra government declared drought in 151
cused the government of working only
from  Twitter  and  losing  touch  with
gli,  Nanded,  Hingoli,  Akola,  Washim,
Wardha, Nagpur, Gondiya and Gadchi­
navis, despite having talked about mak­
ing  drip  irrigation  mandatory  for
taluks in 26 of 36 districts, mostly in the reality. roli received 75­100%.  sugarcane  cultivation,  hasn’t  moved
Marathwada  region  and  in  the  north. ahead with any scheme. With over 1.5

is Maharashtra Experts said rainfall had been below par
in large swathes of the State and faulty
water conservation methods had added
Which area is worst hit?
■ As of November 16, water storage in all
Aren’t schemes helping?
■ The  government’s  Jalyukta  Shiwar
lakh  hectares  kharif  area  affected  by
drought and only 13% of the total area
dams stood at 55.25% of the total capac­ scheme  has  come  under  the  scanner, under rabi sowing being tilled, the crisis
reeling under to the problem. ity. On the same day last year, the stor­
age was 73.91%. The Marathwada divi­
with experts alleging that it destroyed
watersheds  and  natural  streams.  Ac­
is likely to intensify further.

How serious is it? sion  is  the  worst  affected  region,  with cording to H.M. Desarda, former mem­
drought? ■ The total number of villages affected
by  the  drought  —  though  the  govern­
the total water storage down to 22.17%,
as against 68.34% last year. The Nashik some places by more than a metre.
ber of the State Planning Commission,
the scheme is unscientific; also, its ex­
What lies in store?
■ The  announcement  of  drought  will
bring  along  some  relief  measures.  For
ment has not shared figures — is likely to division  (in  north  Maharashtra),  too, cessive focus on widening and deepen­ instance, land revenue won’t be collect­
be more than 10,000. With water levels has witnessed a drop in water levels to Didn’t it get enough rain? ing  of  streams  and  ‘nullahs’  benefits ed from farmers; they will get a 33% sub­
dipping in many areas, the government 58.56%  from  83.23%  last  year.  In  the ■ Though  Maharashtra  received  74.3% contractors rather than creating water sidy on the electricity bill for agriculture
said this week that it is seeking ₹7,000 week starting November 12, Maharash­ average rainfall, its scattered nature and storage. Ever increasing area under su­ pumps,  find  work  under  the  employ­
crore in Central assistance for drought tra  had  deployed  680  water  tankers, concentration  in  particular  areas garcane cultivation and excessive use of ment  guarantee  scheme,  and  get  ex­
mitigation,  including  crop  loans  for supplying to 565 villages and 1,113 ham­ harmed crops and affected water stor­ water for this crop is also being blamed emption  from  payment  of  school  and
farmers, transport of water and arrang­ lets.  Last  year,  the  number  of  tankers age. Solapur and Beed districts received for the depleting ground and dam wa­ college fees for children. They will get fi­
ing fodder for animals. The first quarter used was 89, supplying to 114 villages. In less  than  50%  rainfall;  Nashik,  Dhule, ter. As per data, the total area under su­ nancial help, with the government likely
of 2019 will be spent tackling drought, its 2018­19 report, the Groundwater Sur­ Nandurbar, Jalgaon, Ahmadnagar, Kol­ garcane  in  2017­18  was  9.02  lakh  hec­ to give ₹6,800 per hectare to those with
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis told veys and Development Agency (GSDA) hapur, Aurangabad, Jalna, Latur, Parb­ tares. As per initial estimates, the area non­irrigated  farms  and  ₹13,000  per
The Hindu. The Opposition has said the said a comparative study of water levels hani,  Buldhana,  Amaravati,  Yavatmal, increased to 11.62 lakh hectares in 2018­ hectare to those with irrigated farms.
situation  is  worse  than  the  1972 in  October  in  the  last  five  years  had Bhandara and Chandrapur received 50­ 19. The increase is recorded in the now­
drought, the worst in the history of the shown  that  there  was  a  decrease,  at 75%;  and  Thane,  Raigad,  Ratnagiri, drought  affected  regions  of  Auranga­ ALOK DESHPANDE

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Staying on: On the first day of a planned


WHEN
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refugees refused to return to Myanmar.
Crowds gathered at camps in
Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar on Thursday to

15 protest against the send­off to transit
camps and then on to “reception
centres.” According to BBC reports,
under a deal between Bangladesh and
November, Myanmar, authorities wanted to move
some 2,000 Rohingya to a camp in

2018 Myanmar on November 15. As the
countdown began, the UN and rights
groups reiterated that no one be forced
to return as "the situation in Myanmar is
not safe." UN­mandated investigators
have accused the Myanmar Army of
"genocidal intent"; Myanmar denies the
allegations. Over 7,00,000 Rohingya
have fled to Bangladesh in the past 15
months to escape violence in Rakhine
State. “We can’t force them to go back,”
Abul Kalam, head of Bangladesh’s
Refugee Relief and Repatriation
Commission, said. Pictures show
Rohingya shouting slogans at the
Unchiprang camp.  AP, REUTERS *

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Chaotic versus meticulous packers


Different kinds of journeys call for different ways of packing 
books, magazines and comics deployed es are opened and filled almost scientif­ cook for just two or three people. For
for  the  one  day  sandwiched  between ically, as if the packers are reproducing the longer trips I tend to be closer to the
the two nights that the train took to get a complicated mathematical equation. meticulous packers, while for the shor­
us across the country. Early on the se­ When  you  see  the  finished  suitcases, ter trips I tend towards chaotic packing. 
cond  morning,  as  the  train  wheeled you feel as though the things were born Even as I say this I find myself think­
though  the  tunnels  in  the  Western like  this  and  there  is  no  possibility  of ing of a friend who manages to be both
Ghats, we would gather up our stuff and them being packed any other way. The extremes  at  the  same  time.  This  guy,
Ruchir Joshi roll up the bistras. meticulous packers then shut the suit­ let’s call him T, flies so much that he is
is  a  writer,  filmmaker  and  columnist Later, the packing became different cases, stand next to the door and wait single­handedly  responsible  for  5%  of
and mostly for air travel. I had begun to for  the  transport  that  will  get  them  to total  global  warming.  T  goes  on  long

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When I was a kid in a family of three, pack my own suitcases and trunks while the airport well in advance. trips  and  short  ones,  sometimes  so
there  were  clear  roles  demarcated  for going  to  boarding  school.  Suddenly  I There  is  obviously  also  a  difference close to each other that they form a sort
my mother, my father and myself, with was packing to go abroad to study and between packing for a long trip and a of morse code of long and short dashes.
additional walk­on parts for the people the ball game was different. I watched short  one,  and  the  chaotic  packers T makes lists, T lays everything out, and
who worked in our house. My mother other people pack and unpack and real­ usually get away with their chaos if their then, as if a demon has entered him, he
would prepare the food with the cook, ised  that  the  act  of  packing  suitcases journey is of a short duration. The met­ starts to throw everything into the suit­
the other staff member would wash and was as personal an act as putting your iculous packers don’t have to be quite so case he has placed on his desk. The jum­
press  the  clothes  before  taking  down handwriting on paper. meticulous for short trips, but usually bled jungle of stuff is still bouncing on it­
the  suitcases  and  the  bistras (the  be­ they are because of their wiring.  self  when  T  literally  jumps  on  the
drolls)  from  the  store  cupboards  and Two kinds of packers make­up bottles, the books and papers Then there is the opposite category: suitcase and shuts it before it has time to
cleaning them. I would then be told to In the categories, the first section would required for the trip, the chargers and the militarily meticulous packers. These Between the extremes react. Then he stands there, breathing
make  myself  scarce  while  my  mother be  for  the  chaotic  packers.  These  are the external hard drives. Somehow all people usually start with making a list Somewhere between these two obvious hard as if he’s just won a hard game of
went  into  rising  panic  and  my  father the people who slam open their suitcas­ of this is stuffed into the bag before the or several lists. Everything they plan to extremes fall most of us. Over the last football. I look at T and I remember my
packed, logically and efficiently. Some­ es  and  then  assault  them  with  their travellers  wrestle  the  thing  shut.  The take on a trip is put down in logical de­ 25­odd years I have found myself pack­ father  also  breathing  sharply  after  he
how we would be in the car and at the clothes and effects. In go the pants and chaotic packers then straighten up and tail. Then the different kinds of material ing for long intercontinental trips twice had  shut  a  suitcase  overstuffed  by  my
station, well before the train left How­ shirts, losing their ironing as they hit the smack  their  hands  in  satisfaction. are arrayed according to category: socks a year. I therefore find it very difficult to mother.
rah  for  Bombay.  In  the  train,  there bottom of the bag. Caught up in the flur­ “When’s the taxi coming?” they say and here,  bras  there,  liquids  on  one  side, pack  for  a  short  trip,  a  bit  like  a  cook It was a very different kind of breath­
would  be  a  superficial  unpacking,  the ry of cloth are the more chunky objects: sit down and switch on the TV so that hard solids on another side, papers in who has worked so long for a wedding ing, just as those slow journeys were a
food and sleeping clothes coming out, the shoes, the shaving equipment, the they can be sure to be late for the flight. neat stacks, and so on. Then the suitcas­ caterer that he can no longer manage to very different kind of travel.

When CEOs linger too long Reasons to go 


ICICI and IL&FS are examples of what can happen Tagging along on a bicycle journey across the Silk Road 
nancial oversight.
A listed  firm’s  Risk  Management
Committee, a critical entity in the case
of  a  financial  services  firm,  is  tasked
with reviewing key decisions relating
to asset and liability management, re­

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viewing financial and market risks re­
Raghavan Srinivasan lated  to  executive  decisions,  and  en­ Mini Kapoor
is  Editor,  The  Hindu  BusinessLine suring  compliance  with  regulatory is  Ideas  Editor,  The  Hindu
requirements.  It  is  required  to  have
Last year, amendments to the Compa­ two­thirds of its members as indepen­ The end of the year is a time for taking
nies Act caused one of the biggest dis­ dent  directors.  In  IL&FS’s  case,  the stock, and for me the process is best
ruptions to India Inc’s functioning in Risk Management Committee had met nudged along while immersed in travel
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recent  times.  Under  the  new  Act,  all only once in the last four years. literature. In fact, there is a subset of


companies were mandatorily required How did this happen? Ravi Parthas­ accounts of great journeys that holds a an end point, because they are not ac­ strangers, and Harris and her compa­
to  rotate  their  auditors,  the  people arathy, the man who helmed IL&FS for particular  enchantment:  walking  in tually real roads at all. They are a web nion  don’t  lack  interesting  acquain­
who draw up and certify the financial more  than  30  years  (he  quietly  quit the footsteps of someone long ago. Pil­ of networks that have allowed goods, tances on their road trip, beginning in
state  of  health  of  any  business just days before the roof collapsed on grims  especially  do  this  all  the  time, people and ideas, but also disease and Turkey, through the Caucasus, Central
enterprise. IL&FS),  appears  to  have  managed  to but there are other tracks too around violence, to flow east to west, and west Asia, the Tibetan plateau, Nepal, and
secure a board which rubber­stamped the  world  that  for  some  reason  have to east — from the Pacific coast of Chi­ then by bus quickly to Shimla to beat
Rotating auditors all his decisions. In fact, both the top had greater footfall over time, so that na and Russia to the Atlantic coasts of the  traffic,  and  thence  northwards
This  is  a  bigger  deal  than  it  appears. If proximity is a problem in such a leadership  of  the  company  —  Vice­ they recommend themselves to future Europe  and  Africa,  and  also  from through Leh to the glacier. 
Many  of  India’s  largest  companies case,  imagine  what  happens  with Chairman  Hari  Sankaran  and  CEO travellers  as  the  paths  best  chosen. Scandinavia in the north to the Indian
have had a long relationship with their those in a company dealing with an all­ Arun  Saha  —  were  with  the  firm  for Travel writer Robert Macfarlane inves­ Ocean in the south.” A reason to go
external auditors. Reliance Industries powerful  CEO.  Although  the  Compa­ more than 25 years, as were indepen­ tigated some of these in his eye­open­ Harris’s fascination with embarking The journey takes her into another or­
was audited by Chaturvedi & Shah for nies Act and the listing requirements dent directors like R.C. Bhargava, who ing 2012 book, The Old Ways: A Jour­ on the Silk Road draws directly from bit, as borders and geopolitics blur in­
more than 36 years and Infosys by BSR of stock exchanges in the case of pu­ joined the board in 1990. Former LIC ney on Foot, from trails in England and reading  about  Marco  Polo’s  travels. to almost irrelevance against the land­
& Co for more than 17 years. Tata Steel blicly held companies specify who can chairman Sunil Mathur joined in 2005 Scotland to walks in Palestine with la­ She  doesn’t  let  the  debate  about scape  that  speaks  of  a  longer  time
had Deloitte Haskine & Sells auditing become the director on a company’s and former bureaucrat Michael Pinto wyer­writer Raja Shehadeh.  whether the Venetian actually under­ scale,  as  the  rhythms  of  city  life  fall
its books for a while too. After such a board, mandate appointment of inde­ joined as far back as 2004. took the entire journey himself detain away to reveal a “clarity of purpose”.
long  period,  a  change  means  much pendent  directors,  and  specify  inde­ Two questions to ask her too much; it’s the great expanse of So  that:  “Your  sole  responsibility  on
more  than  merely  signing  a  new pendent  directorial  oversight  of  cru­ A cosy circle of support In the book, Macfarlane had posed two blurred borders that he’s supposed to Earth,  as  long  as  your  legs  last  each
contract. cial sub­committees, the reality is that Clearly, when CEOs stay for a very long questions that should guide both those have covered that draws her. And it’s day, is to breathe, pedal, breathe — and
This does not mean that anyone had strong­willed CEOs and promoters can time, they can manage to build a cosy who actually set off for the great un­ the expanse that restores her equilibri­ look around.” Harris channels the ex­
complained about Reliance Industries — and do — get to have their way in al­ circle of support around them, which known and those of us who tag along um when her dream of exploring Mars periences  of  explorers  before  her,
or Infosys or Tata Steel’s accounts. Ho­ most all these areas.  can  circumvent  all  firewalls  and through their writing: “For some time is shattered by a professor at the Mas­ such  as  Wilfred  Thesiger,  Alexandra
wever,  post  the  Satyam  fiasco,  when Nothing exemplifies this better than checks. A similar scenario appears to now it has seemed to me that the two sachusetts  Institute  of  Technology, David­Neel, Charles Darwin and Fanny
more and more instances of malprac­ IL&FS, the government’s new ₹90,000 have  prevailed  in  ICICI  Bank  where questions we should ask of any strong who exults over what computers can Bullock Workman. When Siachen is fi­
tices that were overlooked, condoned crore headache. It’s only after the go­ Chanda  Kochhar  continued  to  enjoy landscape are these: firstly what do I do: “Just imagine. Magellan had to sail nally in sight, it’s enough: “In the end
or  even  actively  abetted  by  auditors vernment superseded the IL&FS board the  “absolute  confidence”  of  her know when I am in this place that I can in rough seas for months, even years Siachen,  like  Mars,  wasn’t  a  place  to
came to light, the government felt that and  appointed  a  new  six­member board  till  circumstances  made  it  im­ know nowhere else? And then, vainly, on  end.  Risking  scurvy,  cannibals, reach but a reason to go.” You get the
mandatory  rotation  would  at  least board under the stewardship of senior possible  for  her  to  continue.  Even what does this place know of me that I strange diseases, who knows! But to­ sense that she had instinctively begun
solve  the  problem  of  “proximity” banker Uday Kotak that the extent of then,  she  quit;  the  board  didn’t  fire cannot know of myself?” day  we  can  wander  another  world answering Macfarlane’s two questions.
(when  auditors  work  so  closely  with the  rot  at  IL&FS  began  to  emerge. her. Or take the latest celebrity CEO ex­ These  questions  hang  over  Cana­ with our feet up on a desk and a Diet For,  to  avoid  reaching  the  destina­
their  subject  firms  that  they  lose  the When the new board took over, it ex­ it:  Sachin  Bansal  from  Flipkart.  Mr. dian explorer Kate Harris’s moving de­ Coke in hand.” tion is perhaps the point. Harris refers
arms­length relationship necessary to pected to deal with IL&FS and 167 sub­ Bansal was forced out of the company but, Lands of Lost Borders: A Journey Harris, who had trained to be an as­ back to French sailor Bernard Moites­
maintain neutrality and fairness). sidiaries. But in the board’s first report by Walmart, which was unhappy with on the Silk Road. Her route of the Silk tronaut and was working on her docto­ sier’s decision to abandon his lead in a
Audit  firms  have  sweeping  powers to the government, submitted earlier the  “lack  of  transparency”  in  some Road  is  quite  specific,  unlike  Oxford rate, takes flight at this, and launches 1968  round­the­world  yacht  race,
to examine every financial dealing of a this month, it emerged that IL&FS had dealings. As long as he ran the show, Professor Peter Frankopan’s. In his lav­ herself  into  a  bicycle  journey  on  the avoid the finishing line, and stay at sea.
company. They have a clearer view of a more than twice as many subsidiaries the Flipkart board had no complaints. ishly  illustrated  volume,  The  Silk Silk  Road,  but  with  a  twist.  During  a As  she  quotes  him:  “Maybe  I  will  be
company’s workings than most others, (347), held through four layers of hold­ The  U.S.  limits  its  Presidents  to  a Roads: A New History of the World, re­ stint  at  Oxford  University,  she  had able to go beyond my dream, to get in­
including minority shareholders. But ing  companies  and  scattered  across maximum of two terms for the reason purposed for children and adults alike done a paper on the Siachen Glacier, side  it,  where  the  true  thing  is...”  In
they are still external parties and have the globe. The true extent of debt was that  they  should  not  become  too  po­ from his 2015 milestone publication of and it’s at the base of the glacier that getting  this  chance  to  pledge  affinity
no powers to take decisions on a com­ hidden through intra­group loans. The werful. Maybe it’s time for investors to the  same  name,  Frankopan  writes: her  excursion  ends.  The  greatest  of with  him  and  Harris,  the  reader  too
pany’s behalf. company  had  no  firewalls  and  no  fi­ start treating CEOs the same way.  “The Silk Roads do not have a start or journeys is built upon the kindness of gets to make her own calculations.

The sacred Indian games
As rivers have become sites where the sacred and the polluted coexist, our beliefs about the sacred no longer correspond with our intuitions about sanctity
Like generations before me, wearing macabre. (“The Hindoo casts the dead standing in the Yamuna and surround­
a ring  made  out  of  darbha  grass  and naked  into  the  sacred  stream,”  wrote ed  by  chemical  froth,  performing  the
with  balls  of  sesame  and  cooked  rice the authors of The Library of Entertain­ Chhath Puja. Unlike Islam or Christiani­
laid in front, I too performed the pitru­ ing Knowledge in the 1830s). ty, which are abstemious in their  rela­
tharpanam rituals. These were rituals When faced with the question of why tion to nature, the practice of Hinduism
in the name of those who had ceased to a phenomenon  or  practice  is  held is intimately and extravagantly connect­
be. I invoked their spectral presence, re­ sacred, at the very end of that question ed to the forests, plants, caves and riv­
Keerthik Sasidharan minisced about their life and histories, often lie claims of civilisational epipha­ ers of India. These geographic features
is  a  writer  and  lives  in  New  York  City and asked the gods that their beings find nies. This, in itself, is not unique to In­ are not just instances of nature; rather,
release.  Sitting  there,  as  an  observer dia. The scholar of myth and religions, they become the locus of religion, the
One evening, many years ago, my father and a participant, while the drone of the Mircea  Eliade  (a  student  of  Surendra­ site  where  human  consciousness  ac­
asked  if  I  would  accompany  him  to  a young  priest’s  voice  rose  and  fell,  I nath  Dasgupta),  wrote  that  sacrality quires its Hindu identity via beliefs. 
town in northern Kerala called Thiruna­ watched the river flow. The waters car­ bestowed on phenomena is, at its heart,
vaya. The place was known, particularly ried along with it refuse, debris, and re­ an act of uncovering. Sacredness is the An element of the schizoid
among the Hindus of Malabar and Koda­ sidue to be poured out into the Arabian manifestation to all of what was a revela­ What,  then,  happens  to  these  beliefs,
gu, for a small Vishnu temple. More im­ Sea  near  Ponnani.  The  river  had  sur­ tion to only a few. It is an act of what he and  inevitably  identity,  when  these
portantly,  it  was  famous  as  the  place vived  sand  mining  mafias,  invasive  fo­ calls  ‘hierophany’  (hiero:  sacred;  pha­ sources  of  sacrality  are  destroyed  or
where  one  went  to  make  offerings  on reign  species,  chemicals  —  small  and ny:  to  make  visible).  The  great  Martin polluted? We have found ways to make
behalf of one’s ancestors, to ask of the surreptitious abuses that wreck its eco­ Heidegger called this unconcealment of do,  to  coexist  with  ugliness,  to  ignore
cosmological  order  that  release system.  All  the  while  amidst  the  pro­ Being as ‘aleitheia’, as the truth of expe­ the discomfiting, and often to invent vo­
(moksha) be granted to them. In parts, fane,  natural  and  secular,  the  river rience itself. Inevitably, like mushrooms cabularies that are elaborate and yet al­
this sanctity to Thirunavaya in the Hin­ made its way, unaware of the cosmolog­ after rains, stories follow that make the so expedient. The result is that there is
du,  and  particularly  the  Vaishnavite, ical  significance  thrust  upon  it  by strangeness of hierophany palatable. In an element of the schizoid, a sort of cog­
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cosmos  is  bestowed  by  the  river  Bha­ humans. fact, according to the French sociologist nitive  rupture:  our  beliefs  about  the
rathapuzha which flows by the temple, Emile Durkheim, it is only by deeming sacred fail to correspond with our intui­
between  the  Vishnu  temple  on  one Sacred but polluted anthropologist  Kelly  Alley,  who  now the scepticism in her question was two­ some  objects  as  sacred  that  societies tions about sanctity. The more violent
bank  and  the  Mahadeva  and  Brahma That  Indian  rivers  have  become  sites teaches at Auburn University in Alaba­ fold: How can devotees let the river be­ can find reasons and means to cohere. this rupture becomes, as India pollutes
temples  on  the  other.  Alongside  that where the sacred and the polluted coex­ ma,  asked  the  seemingly  simple  ques­ come polluted, and does the pollution But our lived lives sidestep such the­ its  way  to  middle­income  status,  the
slender but potentially perilous watery ist is not new. The Ganga is perhaps the tion  of  those  who  lived  in  Varanasi: itself  not  render  the  river  less  sacred? orisations. Our rivers continue to be re­ more strident will be efforts to insist on
channel,  like  generations  before,  I  sat pre­eminent  example  of  this.  In  the “How is it that a sacred river can be pol­ Variations on this theme had preoccu­ ceptacles of our detritus and yet they re­ the sanctity of religious beliefs. At its ex­
on the gravelly steps leading down into summer  of  1993  and  1994,  during  the luted?” While she went about her inves­ pied the British colonisers as well, alth­ main  as  objects  of  veneration.  Earlier treme, our beliefs then become indistin­
the river. course of her field work, the American tigation  with  compassion  and  rigour, ough their focus was inordinately on the last  week,  we  saw  photos  of  women, guishable from mimicry. 
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GROWTH­India telescope’s Ape fossil 11 million years
old unearthed in Gujarat
first science observation Aswathi Pacha

Paleolakes on Mars
The follow­up study of a recurrent nova found it fading at an expected rate Tireless  fossil  hunting  un­
der  the  scorching  heat  of
Billions of years ago, water Shubashree Desikan
control the telescope. While the  Kutch  basin,  Gujarat
flowed freely on Mars,
the  IITB­IIAP  link  was proved  fruitful  and  palae­
inundating several present day
The 0.7 m GROWTH­India te­ through regular internet con­ ontologists  unearthed  a
craters, says a study published
in Geology. Researchers lescope  at  the  Indian  Astro­ nection, the one from IIAP to fossilised upper jaw (maxil­
observed rock formations, nomical Observatory located the telescope in Ladakh was la). Further studies showed
concluding that sometimes the in Hanle, Ladakh, has made through a satellite link,” said that the fossil find was high­
lakes would overflow so much its  first  science  observation Professor Bhalerao. A typical ly significant: it is the oldest
that the water would carve out which is a follow­up study of professional telescope has a and  the  only  known  ape
canyons in a matter of weeks. fossil  discovered  in  penin­ The upper jaw belonged to an adult ape of the genus
a nova explosion. Novae are field of about 0.1 square de­
sular India. Sivapithecus.
explosive  events  involving grees. 
violent eruptions on the sur­ This  telescope  has  a  field Ansuya  Bhandari  from
face  of  white  dwarf  stars, that is five to six times larger. Birbal  Sahni  Institute, range  of  the  genus”  says will draw more attention to
leading  to  temporary  in­ It can ‘slew’ or move its focus Lucknow,  stumbled  upon Dr.Bhandari,  who  is  the the  region  and  more  stu­
crease  in  brightness  of  the from  one  part  of  the  sky  to the  jaw  in  2011  during  a first author of the paper re­ dies  will  be  carried  out  in
star. Unlike a supernova, the another in just about 10­15 se­ field survey with a group of cently  published  in  PLOS the future. 
star does not go on to die but conds  and  its  camera  can palaeontologists  from  the ONE. “It  also  fills  a  time­ By  comparing  the  fossil
returns to its earlier state af­ view  stellar  objects  that  are Wadia  Institute  of  Hima­ window  of  approximately with  other  available  data
ter  the  explosion.  A  report The telescope can view stellar objects that are thousands to thousands to millions of light layan  Geology,  Dehradun, 11 million years in the evo­ on Sivapithecus genus, the
on this published in The As- millions of light years away. GROWTH-INDIA*
years away.  and IIT Roorkee.  lutionary  history  of  homi­ authors  speculate  that  the
Proton mass tronomer’s Telegram notes The  researchers  con­ noid remains in India.” identified jaw could belong
Protons contain quarks and the  magnitude  of  the  nova first  noticed  by  a  different they are candidates for pro­ Threefold goals cluded  that  the  upper  jaw to  a  large­sized  ape,  attri­
gluons. While quarks carry 1% explosion  first  identified  by group which saw the nova ex­ genitors of Type Ia superno­ The  GROWTH­India  tele­ belonged  to  an  adult  ape Ape relatives buted to one of the two spe­
of the proton mass, gluons are Darnley et al as it varies, dur­ plosion.  “We  then  pointed vae. “We took follow­up im­ scope  is  part  of  the  Global (hominoid family), belong­ She  also  explains  that  re­ cies of Sivapithecus, hysu-
massless. Proton mass mainly ing November 8 to November our  telescope  in  that  direc­ ages with the GROWTH­India Relay  of  Observatories ing to the genus Sivapithe- searchers now believe that dricus or sivalensis. More,
comes from the motion and
10. tion  and  measured  the telescope.  The  observations Watching  Transients  Hap­ cus and lived about 11–10.8 Sivapithecus is either clos­ better­preserved  and  un­
confinement of the quarks and million  years  ago  (Mio­ er  to  the  modern  orangu­ fragmented specimens are
brightness. We found that it were made in different opti­ pen.  Its  goals  are  threefold:
gluons. A new paper to appear cene).  The  oldest  remains tan of Southeast Asia or an required to identify the ex­
First science observation was fading at the rate expect­ cal bands. The nova was seen (1)  Search  for  explosions  in
in Physical Review Letters of these apes found so fari ape that is part of an early act species.
The  GROWTH­India  tele­ ed for such events. This is a to  decline  rapidly  in  bright­ the optical regime whenever
quantifies for the first time, n Indo­Pakistan  are  dated radiation  of  fossil  homi­ “Kutch  is  a  paradise  for
four contributions to the
scope was commissioned six small step in astronomy but a ness, by 1 ­ 1.5 magnitudes in LIGO group detects a Binary
months ago soon after which big leap for us, because it is the  span  of  2  days,”  says Neutron Star merger (2) stu­ at about 12.7 million years noids — the great apes, the fossils.  Many  associated
proton’s mass.
it saw first light, on the night the  first  scientific  result  ob­ Shubham  Srivastav,  post­ dy nearby young supernova and  the  youngest  at  about chimps,  gorillas  and  oran­ mammal  fossils  belonging
of  June  12.  “The  telescope tained  by  this  telescope,” doctoral fellow at the physics explosions. (3) Study nearby 8.6 million years. gutans and also humans. to  the  Miocene  age  have
has  been  taking  readings said Varun Bhalerao a faculty department  of  IIT  Bombay asteroids.  “Fossils of the Sivapithe- Researchers  from  Duke been discovered here in the
since  then,  and  this  is  the member at IIT Bombay and a (IITB) Transient  phenomena cus genus  have  been  pre­ University, U.S., carried out past, including whales and
first ‘follow­up’ work. We are Principal Investigator of the such  as  supernovae  are  im­ viously unearthed near the the X­ray CT scans. The re­ sea cows. The new discov­
happy to see this first science project along with Professor Robotic eye portant parts of time­domain Siwalik  hill  range,  spread­ searchers  note  that  as  the ery will help us understand
observation,”  said  G  C  Anu­ Anupama. The  telescope  is  potentially astronomy which is a less­ex­ ing across Pakistan, Churia unearthed jaw had a lot of in  detail  the  evolution  of
pama,  who  Professor­in­ This  recurrent  nova, fully robotic and can operate plored frontier in astronomy. Hills  in  Nepal  and  around iron in it due to its deposi­ great apes,” says Sunil Baj­
Charge  of  the  Indian  Astro­ named M31N­2008, has been on its own, but the way these “Such an explosion is when the Himalayas [ Jammu and tion in an iron­rich ancient pai from the Department of
nomical  Observatory  and  is observed  to  erupt  several readings were taken has only the inner material of the star Kashmir and Himachal Pra­ soil,  the  radiation  was  not Earth Sciences at IIT, Roor­
based  at  Indian  Institute  of times, the most recent erup­ partly  used  its  potential  for is  thrown  out.  There  is  no desh]. Now this finding, al­ able to penetrate very deep kee and former director of
Carbon sinks most 1,000 km south from into  the  specimen,  thus Birbal Sahni Institute. He is
Wood density of forest trees Astrophysics (IIAP), Bengalu­ tion happening in November automation. “The group sit­ other  way  we  can  actually
ru.  2018.  Recurrent  nova  sys­ ting  in  IIT  Bombay  worked see what is inside a star,” ex­ the  previous  finds  has  in­ preventing better analysis. one  of  the  authors  of  the
indicates their capacity to
The  celestial  object  was tems are interesting because through Bengaluru’s IIAP to plains Prof. Bhalerao.  creased  the  geographic They hope that this finding paper.
store carbon. A recent study
published in Journal of Ecology
found the density of trees in

Novel strategy to treat For Delhi’s black kites, 
disturbed forests of eastern
Amazonia was much less than
the undisturbed forests. This
reflects the diminished ability
of tress to function as carbon
sinks.
diabetic wound infection  it’s a trade­off
Bacteriophage was used to treat bacterial infection in diabetic mice They react to people based on the context, finds study
Aswathi Pacha markers  (myeloperoxi­ Aathira Perinchery
dase)  produced  by  neu­
By using virus that infects trophils at the wound site. Black  kites  in  Delhi  actively
bacteria (bacteriophages), These  are  the  first  cells choose  to  live  near  humans,
researchers  from  Panjab that reach the site of infec­ even  accepting  food  that  they
University  have  success­ tion  or  inflammation.  So offer. But the birds perceive pe­
Early brain development fully treated multidrug­re­ studying neutrophils or its ople near their nests as poten­
Scientists observed the sistant bacterial infection markers  is  suggestive  of tial  predators,  suggesting  that
earliest stages of development in diabetic mouse model. the level of inflammation they can react to people based
of the brain by transplanting People  with  diabetes  are or  bacterial  load.  The  le­ on the context, shows a recent
induced pluripotent cells - more prone to fungal and vel was lowest in the lipo­ study published in the journal
progenitors of neurons - from bacterial  infections  and some  entrapped  phage­ PLOS ONE.
humans into mice. They the  emergence  of  multi­ treated group, which indi­ In  the  country’s  capital,
compared how neurons drug­resistant  organisms cated  the  clearance  of black kites – birds of prey that A black kite with fresh meat tossed to it by people. *
HARSHIT
branched out in normal
has  worsened  the  situa­ Bacteriophage can be used for personalised therapy, bacterial  infection.  This are at home in concrete jungles
individuals and those with
tion.  Researchers  have says Sanjay Chhibber (centre). group  also  showed  maxi­ – have a close association with they checked on each nest ev­ to ritual­feeding areas that had
Down syndrome and found a
been  searching  for  alter­ mum  deposition  of  ma­ people. Studies show that they ery 10 days for chicks, the team higher  human  waste  on  the
significant difference.
native  treatment  ap­ tant  pathogens  in  our groups  of  mice.  One  was ture collagen tissues at the choose  to  live  near  areas  of noted  how  the  parent  birds streets. Pairs that could invest
proaches  such  as  phyto­ country,”  explains  Prof. not given phage or clarith­ site  of  the  wound  by  day poor sanitation, thriving on as­ reacted to their presence. They in early aggressive defense dur­
chemicals,  metal  ions, Sanjay Chhibber from the romycin,  one  was  given five,  thus  aiding  in  rapid sociated small prey such as ro­ scored each nesting pair on its ing  the  incubation  stage  pro­
antibacterial  nanoparti­ Department of Microbiol­ phage cocktail but not en­ wound healing.  dents and pigeons. The raptors intensity  of  nest­defense  and duced  higher  numbers  of
cles,  antibacterial  en­ ogy,  Panjab  University capsulated,  other  was  gi­ “Phage therapy can be also  accept  pieces  of  meat compiled  information  from fledglings.
zymes. The phage therapy and  first  author  of  the ven  liposome­loaded used  as  a  personalised tossed  to  them  by  religious their earlier study to see if fac­ This  ability  of  kites  to  dis­
has  shown  promising  re­ paper published in Fron- cocktail of bacteriophages therapy where the patient Muslims for whom kite­feeding tors such as green cover and ri­ criminate  between  positive,
sults among various alter­ tiers in Microbiology. and  the  last  was  treated is first tested for bacterial is  a  centuries­old  ritual.  Yet, tual  feeding  practices  nearby neutral and negative human at­
native treatments studied. In order to protect the with clarithromycin only.  infection and then treated the  main  threats  these  birds influenced nest­defense. titudes  spells  their  urban  suc­
phage and help in its slow The group treated with with  the  appropriate face are human­made too: peo­ cess, said lead author Nishant
Phage therapy release into the body, the the  liposome­entrapped phage.  Also,  it  is  very  ef­ ple  sometimes  collect  kite Nest defense Kumar (WII, and at the United
Usurper galaxy
“Phage therapy or use of a researchers encapsulated phage  showed  a  signifi­ fective compared with an­ chicks from nests for the illegal They  found  that  nest­defense Kingdom's  University  of
Observations by the Atacama
Large Millimetre/
specific virus to target par­ the  phage  in  a  natural  li­ cant  decrease  in  the tibiotics as it requires only bird trade, while maintenance by parent birds increased with Oxford).
submillimetre Array ticular bacteria was in use pid  casing  called  lipo­ wound size on day five it­ a single dose, and its con­ workers  remove  nests  that the  number  of  chicks  in  their “Such  context­dependent
telescopes find that the most in many countries before some.  The  liposome  en­ self and complete closure centration  does  not  de­ pose a threat to electric wires nest and with the progression habitation  and  aggression  to
luminous galaxy (W2246- the popularisation of anti­ trapped  phage  was of wound was seen by day crease as long as it has the or  light  poles.  So  is  there  a of  the  breeding  season,  sug­ humans  has  been  shown  in
0526) is drawing nearly half biotics.  Even  now  it  is injected  into  diabetic  fe­ nine. The study showed li­ bacterial  host,”  he  adds. trade­off in how kites perceive gesting that the adult birds in­ other  animals  such  as  Austra­
the mass from its three used  in  Russia,  Georgia, male mice to treat methi­ posome­loaded  phage “Phages are very safe and people? creased their defense respons­ lian  magpies  and  rhesus  ma­
neighbours. The galaxy is 12.4 Poland  and  other  coun­ cillin  resistant  Staphylo- eradicated bacterial infec­ non­toxic. They are in our To find out, a team including es  based  on  their  parental caques too,” he said.
billion light years away, which tries. Though it is current­ coccus aureus­infected tion  in  10  days  whereas system,  we  encounter researchers  from  Dehradun's investment  (on  the  quantity Therefore, coexistence with
means, we are seeing now ly not used in India, it is an wound  and  the  healing untreated  mice  showed them each day in our food Wildlife  Institute  of  India  sur­ and survival prospects of their humans is often accompanied
what took place when the option  we  should  choose was studied for 20 days. high bacterial burden.  and water. Phages have no veyed 101 kite nests in the 1,500 chicks,  which  increased by  “fine­grained,  context­de­
universe was one-tenth its as  there  is  an  increase  in The  healing  was  stu­ The  researchers  also effect on humans as their square kilometres of Delhi city through  the  breeding  cycle). pendent  strategies  and  trade­
present size. the number of drug­resis­ died  in  four  different studied the inflammatory host is bacteria, not us.” between  2013  and  2016.  As Defense  also  intensified  close offs,” suggest the authors.

International Commission questions the studies on cancer without further clarification,” IC­
NIRP  argued.  The  Commission
noted that Falcioni et al also did

induction by cell phone radiation not  report  the  expected  conver­


sion rate.
The Commission asserted that
Researchers had published results of their animal studies on the cancer­inducing potential of cell phone radiation it saw two mutually inconsistent
sets of results, and no similar lit­
K.S. Parthasarathy nations and agencies, such as the ‘inadequate study’). dence of heart Schwann cell hy­ health effects in rodents is suffi­ thus  many  more  benign  hyper­ erature for comparison.
WHO, accept published an eight­ The  researchers  did  not  find perplasia — proliferation of appa­ ciently strong and relevant to hu­ plasias should be observed than The agency found that the dis­
With the phenomenal growth in page report questioning the use­ any ‘clear’ evidence in their stu­ rently  normal  cells  —  (male  and mans to serve as a basis for expo­ malignant schwannomas. tribution  of  malignant  cardiac
the  number  of  users  of  mobile fulness  of  these  reports  and  as­ dies;  the  strongest  evidence  of female)  and  malignant  glial  tu­ sure guidelines”. “The NTP study found approxi­ schwannomas across the experi­
phones  worldwide,  there  is  pu­ serting  that  both  these  studies carcinogenicity  reported  was mours  (female  only),  but  these ICNIRP  criticised  the  studies mately equal numbers of hyper­ mental groups in the two studies
blic  concern  that  cell  phone  ra­ have  inconsistencies  and  limita­ (‘some  evidence’)  for  male  Hsd: were not statistically significant. on  many  grounds,  including plasias and malignant schwanno­ also  reduces  confidence  in  the
diation may cause adverse health tions.  The  very  expensive,  $25 Sprague Dawley SD rats exposed methodological deficiencies. mas,  which  is  a  large  departure data.
effects such as brain cancer. Re­ million NTP study did not provide at  different  specific  absorption Limitations “For  cancers  which  have  be­ from the expected ratio of many “ICNIRP  considers  that  the
cently, the US National Technolo­ any input for revising the current­ rates  (SAR)  of  (electromagnetic The ICNIRP noted that both stu­ nign tumour precursors, progres­ hyperplasias  to  very  few  malig­ NTP (2018a, b) and Falcioni et al
gy Program (NTP) and the Ramaz­ ly recommended radiofrequency radiation)  energy.  They  found dies  followed  good  laboratory sion to cancer often involves a se­ nancies.  These  results  suggest (2018)  studies  do  not  provide  a
zini  Institute  published  their guidelines. that the exposure­response rela­ practice  (GLP);  both  used  much quence  from  hyperplasias that  for  radiofrequency  fields  to consistent, reliable and generaliz­
animal studies on the cancer­in­ tion to be statistically significant. larger  numbers  of  animals  than (proliferation  of  apparently  nor­ be carcinogenic, they would need able body of evidence that can be
ducing potential of cell phone ra­ Weight of evidence Falcioni et al reported a signif­ previous  research,  and  both  ex­ mal  cells),  to  dysplasia  (cell  ab­ to affect the conversion rate from used  as  a  basis  for  revising  cur­
diation. Though the former is yet The NTP researchers used weight icant  increased  incidence  of posed animals over the whole of normalities present), to cancer (a hyperplasias  to  malignancies  in rent  human  exposure  guide­
to publish its conclusions, inter­ of  evidence  approach,  whereby schwannomas (a type of tumour) their lives. However, the Commis­ small  percentage  of  these  cells addition  to  potentially  inducing lines,” the Commission conclud­
ested parties interpreted the stu­ potential  effects  were  described in the hearts of male rats exposed sion  noted  that  “in  determining undergo  malignant  transforma­ hyperplasias. However, with very ed.  It  may  not  amuse  many
dies  wrongly.  On  September  4, as  being  supported  by  ‘clear’, at  the  highest  SAR  (0.1  W/kg)  of the  relevance  of  the  results  for tion)” ICNIRP explained. few cases with cardiac Schwann activists and scaremongers!
2018, the International Commis­ ‘some’,  ‘equivocal’  or  ‘no’  evi­ mobile  phone  radiation,  which human exposure guidelines, po­ Quoting appropriate literature, cell  hyperplasia  and  schwanno­
sion  on  Non  Ionizing  Radiation dence  (where  a  study  was  not according  to  them  is  consistent tential  limitations  need  to  be ICNIRP observed that for schwan­ mas  (for  example,  none  in  the ksparth@yahoo.co.uk
Protection  (ICNIRP),  the  agency adequate for comment on poten­ with one of the NTP studies. They carefully considered, and wheth­ nomas,  less  than  30%  of  hyper­ control group), it is difficult to in­ (The writer is a former secretary of the
whose  recommendations  most tial  effects,  it  is  described  as  an also  reported  increased  inci­ er any of the evidence regarding plasias progress to malignancy..., terpret  and  accept  this  finding Atomic Energy Regulatory Board)
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Lower the carbs
Popular advice on weight loss promoted by health authorities might be outdated
Anahad O’Connor Dr. Mozaffarian called the find­ dy  was  ambitious  and  very  well fats  to  avoid  extra  calories,”  it
ings “profound” and said they con­ run.  But  he  said  the  researchers states.

I
t has been a fundamental tenet tradicted the conventional wisdom used methods that raise questions But experts like Dr. Ludwig ar­
of nutrition: When it comes to on  calorie  counting.  “It’s  time  to about  the  results.  One  method gue  that  the  obesity  epidemic  is
weight  loss,  all  calories  are shift guidelines, government poli­ they  used  to  track  metabolism, driven  by  refined  carbohydrates
created equal. Regardless of what cy  and  industry  priorities  away called  doubly  labelled  water,  has such as sugar, juices, bagels, white
you eat, the key is to track your ca­ from  calories  and  low­fat  and  to­ not  been  shown  to  be  reliable  in bread, pasta and heavily processed
lories  and  burn  more  than  you ward better diet quality.” people  on  low­carb  diets  and  it cereals. These foods tend to spike

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consume. The new study is among the lar­ may have exaggerated the amount blood  sugar  and  insulin,  a  hor­
But a large new study published gest  and  most  expensive  feeding of calories the subjects burned, he mone  that  promotes  fat  storage,
“In school meal programmes, high school students are less on Wednesday in the journal BMJ trials ever conducted on the sub­ said. and they can increase appetite. Dr.
likely to select milk, whole fruit, and water when fruit juice challenges  the  conventional  wis­ ject. The researchers recruited 164 Ludwig and his colleague Dr. Cara
is available, thereby decreasing the nutritional quality of dom.  It  found  that  overweight adults and fed them all of their dai­ Calorie count Ebbeling  have  published  studies
their lunches.” — Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity adults who cut carbohydrates from ly meals and snacks for 20 weeks, The idea that counting calories is suggesting that diets with different
study, University of Connecticut their diets and replaced them with while  closely  tracking  their  body the  key  to  weight  loss  has  long ratios of carbs and fat but identical
fat sharply increased their metabo­ loss  promoted  by  health  authori­ weight and a number of biological been  embedded  in  the  govern­ amounts of calories have very dif­
lisms.  After  five  months  on  the ties — count calories, reduce por­ measures. The trial cost $12 million ment’s dietary guidelines. It is the ferent  effects  on  hormones,  hun­
AROUND THE WORLD diet, their bodies burned roughly tion sizes and lower your fat intake and  was  supported  largely  by  a driving force behind public health ger  and  metabolism.  He  has  also
250 calories more per day than pe­ — might be outdated. grant  from  the  Nutrition  Science policies  like  mandatory  calorie written a best­selling book on low­
How heart attacks ople  who  ate  a  high­carb,  low­fat “This  study  confirms  that,  re­ Initiative,  a  non­profit  research counts  on  restaurant  menus  and er­carb diets.
enfeeble diet,  suggesting  that  restricting markably,  diets  higher  in  starch group co­founded by Gary Taubes, food labels. Many experts say that Dr.  Hall  and  others  disagree.
A unique molecular process can help carb  intake  could  help  people and sugar change the body’s burn a science and health journalist and the underlying cause of the obesity They  have  published  studies  dis­
explain why heart muscle cells maintain  their  weight  loss  more rate after weight loss, lowering me­ proponent  of  low­carbohydrate epidemic is that Americans eat too puting  the  notion  that  carb­res­
undergo negative and permanent easily. tabolism,” says Dr. Dariush Mozaf­ diets. The study was also support­ many calories of all kinds, prompt­ tricted  diets  accelerate  metabo­
changes after a heart attack. The farian,  the  dean  of  the  Friedman ed  by  funding  from  the  New  Ba­ ed  by  easy  access  to  cheap  and lism and fat loss. Dr. Hall said that
Getty Images/iStockphoto study, by researchers in Japan, What it shows School  of  Nutrition  Science  and lance Foundation, the National In­ highly  palatable  foods,  and  that low­carb diets have many benefits:
advances understanding of how heart The  new  research  is  unlikely  to Policy at Tufts University, who was stitutes of Health and others. they need to exercise portion con­ They can help people with Type 2
attacks can cause long­term cardiac damage, and presents a end the decades­long debate over not involved in the research. “The While some experts praised the trol.  On  its  website,  for  example, diabetes manage their blood sugar
potential target for treating cardiovascular ailments. Heart the best diet for weight loss. But it observed metabolic difference was findings,  others  were  more  cau­ the  National  Institutes  of  Health levels, for example. But he argues
attacks, also known as myocardial infarction, are the most
provides strong new evidence that large, more than enough to explain tious. Dr. Kevin Hall, a scientist and encourages people to count calo­ that the carb and insulin explana­
common cause of death in patients with heart disease. The
all  calories  are  not  metabolically the  yo­yo  effect  so  often  expe­ obesity expert at the National Insti­ ries and warns that dietary fat has tion  for  obesity  is  too  simplistic
activity of Drp1, a protein that mediates the fission (or splitting)
alike to the body. And it suggests rienced  by  people  trying  to  lose tute of Diabetes and Digestive and more calories per gram than pro­ and has been “experimentally fal­
of mitochondria, is increased after heart attacks. In mouse
hearts, the researchers found that under low­oxygen
that the popular advice on weight weight.” Kidney Diseases, said the new stu­ tein  or  carbs:  “You  need  to  limit sified” in rigorous studies. NY TIMES
conditions, another protein (filamin A) served as a binding
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partner for Drp1 and heightened its activity, which promoted
exaggerated fission of mitochondria and leading to increased
cardiomyocyte senescence. In the aftermath of a heart attack, Beaming out malaria Road map to 
heart muscle cells named cardiomyocytes that are near the
damaged area often enter senescence — a cellular state
characterised by decreased performance — resulting in
affordable medicines
permanent heart dysfunction and increased fragility. The t goes without saying
findings have been published in Science Signalling. I
that  no  government
can allow market forc­
Dip in ‘good’ gut bacteria es  a  free  hand  in  the
hastens ageing pricing  of  medicines.
A study in the U.S. has shown that a Affordability  of  medi­
decline in a beneficial species of gut
Gopal Krishna Agarwal cines has to be ensured
bacteria could underlie the rise in insulin so  that  no  person  in
resistance that is commonly associated need of it has to suffer.
with the ageing process. Restoring the Getty Images This is especially true in India where a large number of
bacterial species with supplementation people are still poor. The Narendra Modi government
of either the bacterium itself or a fatty acid reversed insulin
has been focussing on making medicines affordable by
resistance in aged mice and monkeys, indicates that such
making them available through Jan Aushadhi Kendras,
treatments should be investigated as potential therapies for
enabling price control of essential medicines, promot­
age­associated insulin resistance. Ageing in humans and other
mammals has been linked to chronic inflammation, which can
ing prescription of generic medicines by medical prac­
lead to a rise in blood glucose levels and resistance to the titioners and focussing on a conducive intellectual pro­
hormone insulin. It emerges that the link between the gut perty regime (IPR).
microbiome and 4BL immune cells, which express pro­
inflammatory factors, have a role in insulin resistance. When Generic drugs
the researchers sequenced the faecal microbiome in young and Generic  drugs  tend  to  cost  less  than  branded  ones.
aged mice, they found that aged rodents displayed a reduction These  drugs  form  the  largest  segment  of  the  Indian
in a beneficial bacteria species named Akkermansia muciniphila. pharmaceutical sector. The increasing prevalence of
This deficiency had a key role in raising insulin resistance. The chronic diseases and ever­rising costs of hospitalisa­
findings have been published in Science Translational Medicine.  tion and medicines are responsible for the growth of
the generic drugs market. In this context, the National
Omega-3 protects against Health Protection Scheme (NHPS), also known as ‘Ay­
premature birth ushman Bharat’, launched in 2018 — which seeks to in­
A Cochrane review study has found sure 10 crore families for ₹5,00,000 — is expected to
Non-invasive test kit: A few years ago, a group of students pursuing science and technology degrees in Uganda, often
that increasing the intake of omega­3 exponentially increase the demand for medicines. A
missed class because of malarial attacks. A medical check, in many instances, ended up with them being misdiagnosed. It
long­chain polyunsaturated fatty acids well­functioning, end­to­end generic medicine supply
was such experiences that spurred them to think of developing a low cost and reusable device that could be used to test for
(LCPUFA) during pregnancy reduces
malaria instantly. According to Brian Gitta, one of the students, they were determined to find a solution. After much hard chain will keep costs low.
Getty Images/iStockphoto the risk of premature births.
work they have now come up with a device called ‘Matibabu’, a word in Swahili which means “treatment”. Unlike current
Premature birth is the leading cause of Targeted implementation
testing methods that require blood to be drawn for testing, ‘Matibabu’ is “bloodless”. The device is clipped onto a finger
death for children under 5 years old worldwide. Premature An initiative to ensure affordable medicines through
and ‘using light and magnetism, a red beam of light scans the finger to detect changes in the colour, shape and
babies are at higher risk of a range of long­term conditions dedicated  outlets  was  launched  in  the  form  of  the
concentration of red blood cells — all of which are often affected when the malaria parasite is present in the body’. The
including visual impairment, developmental delay and learning Pradhan  Mantri  Bhartiya  Janaushadhi  Pariyojana
result is available within a minute and sent to a mobile phone which is linked to the device. Another key feature is that one
difficulties. On examining data from 70 randomised trials, the (PMBJP) in 2008. The mission was to create awareness
does not require specialised training to use the device. The students believe ‘Matibabu’ is the answer to addressing
researchers found that for pregnant women, increasing the
diagnosis of malaria in low­income settings such as Uganda. Says Moris Atwine, 25, and a co­innovator, “Matibabu offers about generic medicines and provide commonly used
daily intake of long­chain omega­3s lowered the risk of having
prompt, accurate diagnosis and reduces challenges of power blackouts, the need for trained personnel and time spent on generic medicines and health­care products. However,
a premature baby (less than 37 weeks) by 11, an early premature
diagnosis.” The device and application won the first prize at this year’s ‘Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation’ — an award as on March 31, 2012, only 157 stores were opened; la­
baby (less than 34 weeks) by 42% and, the risk of having a
dedicated to engineering innovation on the continent, which was announced last month. ‘Matibabu’ has also received an ter, many became non­functional. Till the end of 2014­
small baby (less than 2,500g) by 10%.
honourable mention from Time magazine as one of 50 best inventions of 2018. The ‘Matibabu’ team hopes to have a 15, there were 99 stores.
working device within the next two years and is working with the Mulago National Referral Hospital, in Uganda, to test and In 2014, a ‘Strategic Action Plan’ was prepared. The
Bursting bubbles validate the device against current diagnostic test methods. Picture shows Moris with a smartphone which is used as a part product basket now has more than 600 medicines and
launch bacteria of the device. — A compilation. AFP/SUMY SADURNI *

154 surgical and consumables in all therapeutic catego­
A new study in the U.S. has shown how CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC ries.  There  are over  4,000  Jan  Aushadhi  Kendras.
bubbles contaminated with bacteria 
These centres are gradually becoming ubiquitous.
can act as tiny microbial grenades,
bursting and launching 
microorganisms, including potential
pathogens, out of the water and into the
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Yoga, as heart healer  Directive on prescriptions
Due to sustained efforts by the government to put in
air. In the study, the researchers found that bacteria can affect a Trial shows ‘similar’ benefits as prescribed post­operative cardiac care place  a  legal  framework  to  promote  generic  medi­
bubble’s longevity: A bacteria­covered bubble floating at the cines, the Medical Council of India issued a directive in
Bindu Shajan Perappadan es. “It gives me a lot of con­ September 2016, making it mandatory — by amending
water’s surface can last more than 10 times longer than an
fidence now in sending my the Indian Medical Council (Professional Conduct, Eti­
uncontaminated one can, persisting for minutes instead of
reliminary results of the patient on a yoga­based car­
seconds. During this time, the cap of the contaminated bubble
thins. The thinner the bubble, the higher the number of
P largest ever multi­centre
randomised trial on cardiac
diac  rehabilitation  [pro­
gramme] as we realise that
quette and Ethics) Regulations, 2002 — to prominently
mention the generic names of drugs along with brand
droplets it can launch into the air when the bubble inevitably names in prescriptions. There is an advisory to State
bursts. A single droplet, the researchers estimate, can carry up rehabilitation and of health the  benefits  are  similar  to drug controllers that all branded drugs, imported or
to thousands of microorganisms, and each bubble can emit benefits of yoga have shown conventional  CR  pro­ domestically manufactured, should mandatorily have
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hundreds of droplets. The findings have been published in the that it is safe and offers “si­ grammes...  This  trial  tran­ generic names mentioned in bold while packaging. 


journal Physical Review Letters. milar”  benefits  as  cardiac scends  yoga  from  belief  to The instrument of price control is also being used to
care typically prescribed af­ science­based restraint companies from pricing their medicines ex­
Altering brain chemical ter surgery. intervention.” orbitantly.  ‘Every  few  years,  the  Health  Ministry,  in
makes crickets sluggish The  study  was  conduct­ consultation with experts, draws up a National List of
Crickets that are exposed to human ed  in  24  centres  across  In­ Focus on quality of life Essential  Medicines  (NLEM).  These  medicines,
drugs that alter serotonin levels in the dia  and  recruited  close  to Professor  Sanjay  Kinra, deemed essential for the treatment of common condi­
brain are less active and less 4,000 patients immediately tion  in  Chicago,  U.S.,  last yoga is safe, relatively inex­ Head,  Epidemiology,  Lon­ tions, automatically come under price control. Under
aggressive than crickets that have had after  discharge  following  a month. pensive,  does  not  need  an don School of Hygiene and NLEM 2015, a total of 376 drugs are under price con­
Getty Images/iStockphoto no drug exposure, according to a study heart  attack.  The  patients Professor  D.  Prabhaka­ elaborate infrastructure, is Tropical Medicine, and co­ trol.  In  addition,  the  government  has  the  power  to
conducted in Sweden. In humans, people with different levels were randomised to under­ ran, Vice President, Public culturally  acceptable  and principal investigator of the bring any item of medical necessity under price con­
of brain chemicals, such as serotonin and dopamine, often go a structured ‘Yoga­CaRe’ Health Foundation of India improves  quality  of  life, study,  says that  improve­ trol — paragraph 19 of the Drugs (Prices Control) Order,
behave differently. The researchers, therefore, set out to programme that comprised (PHFI) and principal inves­ notes  a  release  issued  by ments in cardiac care mean 2013. This provision was used to regulate the prices of
experimentally change the levels of serotonin and dopamine in meditation, breathing exer­ tigator  of  the  study,  ex­ the authors. that most people nowadays cardiac stents and knee implants’. There has been an
the crickets. They did this by giving the crickets human cises  and  selected  heart­ plained that the prevalence Independent doctors say survive a heart attack. “The attempt to strike a fine balance between the health in­
pharmaceuticals that are known to act on the serotonin and friendly yoga poses in addi­ of ischemic heart disease in that there is  now scientific focus has therefore shifted terests of consumers and the financial health of Indian
dopamine systems and are used to treat depression and tion to lifestyle advice. The India has increased by over evidence to recommend yo­ to improving the quality of pharmaceutical companies.
Parkinson’s disease, respectively. While changing the serotonin control group received con­ 50%, and in terms of abso­ ga as equivalent to conven­ life of survivors of heart at­
levels made crickets less active and less aggressive, altering
The Indian pharmaceutical sector industry supplies
ventional lifestyle advice. lute numbers, from 10 mil­ tional CR. tacks so that they can read­ over 50% of the global demand for various vaccines,
their dopamine levels did not change their behaviour. The lion in 1990 to 24 million in just  better  after  such  a  ca­
findings appear in Scientific Reports.  40% of generic demand in the U.S. and 25% of all med­
Target group 2016. ‘Evidence-based’ tastrophic  event  and icines  in  the  U.K.  Over  80% of  antiretroviral  drugs
Cardiac  rehabilitation  is “This  trial  is  the  largest “Modern  medicine  de­ contribute  maximally  to (used in the AIDS fight) are supplied by India.
DEMYSTIFYING SCIENCE prescribed for patients after so far on yoga as well as car­ mands  evidence  of  benefit their families and society.”  A serious threat to affordability of medicines comes
a heart  attack  and  cardiac diac rehabilitation (CR) and for interventions for its wid­ According to him, this is from big global firms. These companies and their go­
What is Formica archboldi? surgery to get patients back has shown the potential of er  acceptance,  especially particularly  true  in  India vernments  have  been  trying  to  lobby with  India  to
It is an ant species known to collect the decapitated heads of to normal activities. yoga to be an alternative to among the  medical  re­ where heart attacks tend to make patent protection more stringent despite the fact
another ant species called the trap­jaw ant, which is itself a The  study  in  question, conventional  CR  pro­ search  community.  This occur at a very young age. that  both  compulsory  licensing  and  prohibition  of
fierce insect predator. F. archboldi chemically mimics its trap­ which  lasted  for  five  years grammes.  It  addresses  the study is a step in that direc­ Yoga  has  gained  im­
jaw ant prey and uses what is normally a chemical defence (a
evergreening, provided under the Indian Patents Act,
and  ended  in  September unmet needs of cardiac reh­ tion. We hope that it spurs mense popularity national­ 1970,  are  valid  under  the  TRIPS  agreement  of  the
spray of formic acid) as a deadly weapon against trap­jaw ants.
2018, was funded by the In­ abilitation  for  patients  in several such large rigorous­ ly  and  internationally  as  a World  Trade  Organisation.  India  has  resisted  any
F. archboldi does this by imitating the trap­jaw’s cuticular
dian  Council  for  Medical low­  and  middle­income ly performed trials in other tool  for  health  promotion, change in its intellectual property laws that can have
hydrocarbons, a complex layer of waxes that coat the outer
surface of an ant. Ants typically use these compounds as nest Research  (ICMR)  and  the countries,” he says. diseases where yoga can be especially  after  the  United the effect of making medicines unaffordable.
mate and species­specific signals. Evidence so far has shown Medical Research Council – The  benefits  applied  to potentially beneficial,” says Nations declared June 21 as
that F. archboldi is a parasitic species. A video about these ants U.K.  The results  were  pre­ those patients who attend­ Dr. Ambuj Roy, Professor of International Yoga Day. Gopal Krishna Agarwal is National Spokesperson of the BJP on
and research can be found at: https://youtu.be/heuYzC12etg — sented  at  a  meeting  of  the ed  at  least  75%  of  the  ses­ Cardiology  at  the  All  India economic affairs
Science Daily American  Heart  Associa­ sions. The results show that Institute of Medical Scienc­ bindu.p@thehindu.co.in

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Moving beyond identity politics  BOOKSHELF

Two writers on the perils of the modern world and why we need a movement that demands freedom for everyone
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n  his  1989  essay  ‘The  End  of
History?’,  American  political
scientist Francis Fukuyama fa­ ■ Emergency Chronicles
mously argued that liberalism had Gyan Prakash
triumphed  over  other  political Penguin Random House
ideologies.  The  essay,  written  a ₹699
few months before the collapse of
A comprehensive account of
the  Berlin  Wall  and  published  in
Indira Gandhi’s Emergency of
The National Interest journal, shot ■ Identity: Contemporary Identity ■ Mistaken Identity: Race and
Politics and the Struggle for Class in the Age of Trump 1975–77 strips away the myth
him into world fame with the dis­ that this was a sudden event
Recognition Asad Haider
integration of the Soviet Union. He brought on solely by the then
Francis Fukuyama Verso
was  celebrated  as  a  philosopher prime minister’s desire to
Hachette India ₹1,093
who predicted the imminent col­ ₹499 cling to power. Prakash
lapse of communism, the last re­ argues that the Emergency
maining ideological alternative to changes  that  happened  in  socie­ fight  of  the  blacks  “by  dying” was as much Mrs. Gandhi’s
liberalism.  So  with  the  universal ties  over  the  past  many  years, transformed into a mass labour or­ doing as it was the product of
spread  of  liberal  institutions  and partly due to globalisation and in­ ganiser. The project Baraka initiat­ Indian democracy’s troubled
consumer  culture,  it  can  be  ar­ creasing  inequality,  have  set  the ed was to break with identity and relationship with popular
politics.
gued  that  history  has  reached  it stage for the strongman populism move  toward  mass  organisation,
goal — that was his “end of histo­ to thrive. Haider reminds the proponents of
ry”  argument.  However,  as  it In  Fukuyama’s  words,  people identity  politics.  He  calls  for  an
turned out, the triumph of liberal­ have  a  craving  for  dignity,  which “insurgent universality” in which
ism in early 1990s was neither un­ he calls  thymos, the third part of With one voice: There’s a global trend of right­wing populists being elected to the helm of states.  *
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iversal nor long­lasting. Certainly, the  human  soul  as  described  by victims but “active agents of a pol­
history continued. It brought the Plato.  Liberal  democracies  offer ward  greater  socioeconomic  in­ superficial.  He  leaves  the  struc­ liberal identity politics can actual­ itics  that  demands  freedom  for
same  Fukuyama  back  to  explore this  dignity  to  the  people,  but  in equality,” writes Fukuyama. tures of liberal democracy or cap­ ly liberate people from their mate­ everyone.”
the  crises  within  liberal  societies times of economic distress, the pe­ Interestingly, the last chapter is italism which is its economic phi­ rial  hardships.  His  conclusion  is In  another  example,  he  writes
almost thirty years after the essay ople  who  are  left  behind  would called  ‘What  is  to  be  done?’,  the losophy  untouched  and  focusses that “liberal identitarianism” lacks about the successful Haitian insur­
was published. perceive  such  crises  as  a  loss  of title of a novel by the 19th century on  the  superstructure  of  some the emancipatory potential that’s rection against slavery and French
identity  rather  than  a  loss  of  re­ Russian  revolutionary  Nikolay vague  liberal  culture,  which  he required to change societies. In his colonial rule. In 1799, Haitian revo­
■ The Bombay Plan:
Discontent in democracy sources. The growing inequality of Chernyshevsky,  which  Vladimir hopes can subsume multiple iden­ view, identity politics is “neutrali­ lutionary  leader  Toussaint  L’Ou­ Blueprint for Economic
In  his  latest  book,  Identity: Con- the globalised world has changed Lenin  also  used  as  the  title  of  a tities of people, including victims zation of movements against racial verture  was  asked  by  France  to Resurgence
temporary Identity Politics and the its politics.  pamphlet  he  wrote  in  1902.  Fu­ of  racism,  xenophobia,  violent oppression. It is the ideology that write on the banners of his army a Sanjaya Baru & 
Struggle for Recognition,  Fukuya­ The Left, which was fighting for kuyama, however, has nothing in majoritarianism and patriarchy. emerged  to  appropriate  this few words praising the French pe­ Meghnad Desai
ma is dealing with a liberal world the working class in the last centu­ common with Lenin. He advocates Asad Haider moves a step furth­ emancipatory legacy in service of ople. He refused, and wrote a let­ Rupa
that’s facing the surge of illiberal ry,  concentrates  on  “promoting for greater integration of different er in problematising identity in his the advancement of political and ter  to  Napoleon  Bonaparte:  “It’s ₹500
populist politics. There’s a global the  interests  of  a  wide  variety  of identities  into  creedal  national book, Mistaken Identity. Haider, a economic elites.” He stands for a not a liberty of circumstance con­ A host of writers revisit the
trend of right­wing populists being groups perceived as being margi­ identities built around the founda­ Ph.D. candidate at the University more radical solution. ceded to us alone, that we want. Bombay Plan, a blueprint on
elected to the helm of states — Do­ nalized,” while the Right “is rede­ tional ideas of modern liberal de­ of California and a founding editor It’s  the  absolute  adoption  of  the economic development
nald Trump in the U.S., Recep Tay­ fining itself as patriots who seek to mocracy. “Liberal democracy has of Viewpoint Magazine, is looking Towards emancipation principle  that  no  man,  born  red written by J.R.D. Tata, G.D.
yip  Erdoğan  in  Turkey,  Vladimir protect traditional national identi­ its  own  culture,  which  must  be at  identity  politics  from  a  leftist Haider says identity politics needs black or white can be the property Birla and others, and show
Putin  in  Russia,  Viktor  Orbán  in ty, an identity that is often explicit­ held  in  higher  esteem  than  cul­ point of view. If Fukuyama has at­ to move from its liberal paradigm of his fellow.” how it was prescient in its
Hungary,  Rodrigo  Duterte  in  the ly connected to race, ethnicity or tures  rejecting  democratic  va­ tacked both the identity politics of and assume an anti­capitalist un­ It is this broader vision Haider is approach, as also influential
in shaping economic planning
Philippines  and  so  on.  Quoting religion.” lues,” he writes.  the victims, say victims of racism, iversality for it to be emancipato­ asking proponents of identity pol­
and public policy in the first
Larry  Diamond,  Fukuyama  says In such a scenario, identity pol­ Fukuyama  realises  that  liberal and  rightwing,  ethno­nationalist ry. He cites interesting examples. itics to follow. “Our world is in dire
decade after India’s
“the global surge towards democ­ itics “has become a cheap substi­ democracies  by  default  do  not populists like the Trumps or Erdo­ One  is  the  life  of  Amiri  Baraka, need of a new insurgent universal­ independence. Written in two
racy  that  began  in  the  mid­1970s tute  for  serious  thinking  about provide economic equity and the gans,  Haider  doesn’t  do  that  ba­ American  Black  rights  activists ity.  We  are  capable  of  producing parts, the Plan was published
has  gone  into  a...  global  reces­ how to reverse the 30­year trend lack  of  equity  can  create  crisis lancing  act.  He  positions  himself and writer. Baraka, who once said it... What we lack is program, stra­ in 1944 and 1945.
sion.” Why? In his view, the rapid in  most  liberal  democracies  to­ within societies. But his solution is with the victims and asks whether the  White  people  can  help  the tegy and tactics,” he writes.

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readers into her world,
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chronicling the experiences
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hane  Warne  nudged When it comes to team­ faced  severe  food  shortage  and Harsh Pant & Yogesh Joshi weapon  from  the  aircraft’s  un­ her childhood in Chicago to
leg  spin  into  the mates  or  rivals,  either frequent social unrest was a diffi­ Oxford University Press derbelly.  The  authors  rightly her years as an executive
realm of limelight. It Warne is all gushing admi­ cult task.  ₹325 gave the credit of the decision to balancing motherhood and
was  never  easy  as  tradi­ ration or supremely caus­ However,  having  survived  a weaponise  the  nuclear  pro­ work, to her time spent at the
tionally his nation Austra­ tic. But when it comes to long  line  of  technological  and the nuclear programme claiming gramme of India to Rajiv Gandhi.  White House. She describes
lia,  like  the  West  Indies, his  craft,  lyricism  and supply­related crises, Indian nu­ a sort of ‘moral superiority’ root­ The  decision  once  taken  by her triumphs and her
was  known  as  the  back­ punchy lines stir. Sample clear  power  is  a  reality,  as  two ed in India’s non­violent past. Rajiv  Gandhi  has  continued  till disappointments, both public
yard of fast bowling.  this: “The art of leg­spin is writers tell us in their new book, The  book  is  a  must  read  for the  current  Prime  Minister  Na­ and private, telling her story
as she has lived it.
With just a few prede­ creating something that is Indian Nuclear Policy. academics  and  interested  read­ rendra Modi.
cessors  like  Bill  O’Reilly not  really  there.  It  is  a They  pick  up  the  strands  of ers  as  it  gives  a  historical  over­ The writers dwell on the cru­
and  Richie  Benaud  dab­ magic  trick,  surrounded policy that have guided perhaps view of the nuclear programme cial 1998 nuclear test by the Atal
bling in wrist spin, Warne by mystery, aura and fear. the  only  nuclear  programme  of from  the  days  of  Nehru  to  the Bihari  Vajpayee  government  at
did not have heady histo­ What is coming and how the developing world that has re­ first Peaceful Nuclear Explosion length and explain that India has
ry to lean on. Yet he mas­ will  it  get  there?  At  what mained untainted by allegations in 1974 during the Indira Gandhi maintained its strategic autono­
tered  the  craft,  slipped speed,  trajectory  and of non­proliferation. era.  The  Indian  nuclear  pro­ my and has become a responsi­
one  past  England’s  Mike with what sound, because The authors argue that the In­ gramme  by  then  had  survived ble  nuclear  power  that  has
Gatting’s  bat,  referred  to when  correctly  released, dian nuclear policy is defined by the pressure of the Non­ Prolifer­ gained entry into the important
as  ‘the  ball  of  the  centu­ the  ball  fizzes  like  elec­ four  factors  —  status,  security, ation Treaty of 1968 but it had to technology regimes of the world. 
ry’, and tallied 1001 inter­ tricity on a wire.” domestic politics and the role of go through the most difficult set But they maintain that it is un­
national  wickets  (708  in individuals. They identify the In­ of technological restrictions after likely to change its posture or cut
Tests; 293 in One Day In­ Admitting to mistakes dian exceptionalism that existed 1974.  The  book  provides  a  de­ down its nuclear capability after ■ Listen To Me
ternationals).  Magic trick: ‘The art of leg spin is creating something Warne  may  seem  a  bit from the days of Prime Minister tailed description of the nuclear having  attained  it  following  de­ Shashi Deshpande
that is not really there.’  AP *
sheepish and a touch eco­ Jawaharlal  Nehru  which  drove journey and various decisions ta­ cades of difficulty. Westland
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skill  and  often  its  pur­ scripts  a  candid  apprai­ Waugh’s tryst with a boo­ up about her life and work.
veyors  lose  control.  But sal:  “Women  have  been kie,  of  sharing  pitch  and She tells us about being a
Warne  maintained  his both his fun and his folly. weather  information,  or writer and a feminist,
guile  and  along  with  In­ Cricket,  of  course,  has the incident with a diuret­ drawing readers into her
world: growing up in
dia’s  Anil  Kumble,  lent  a
fresh  lease  to  cricket’s
been his fulfilment.” ic,  aimed  at  weight­loss,
which got him an inadver­
Meeting scientists bringing extinct animals back from the dead Dharwad as Kannada
littérateur Sriranga’s
rare  vocation  that  fuses The turning point tent dope­taint. He can be Anusua Mukherjee But that is not all. If entire spe­ daughter, moving to Bombay
the  slow  waltz  and  the And then Warne takes ov­ naïve  and  slip  down  the cies  can  be  revived,  they  can as a student, figuring out her
quick dagger.  er.  He  reveals  his  mater­ vanity­slope,  yet  there  is arwin’s Origin of Species was have a positive effect on the envi­
There is much more to
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than  life  and  prone  to Mark Nicholas fondness  for  beers  and less quest for women and divine maker and placed it at the the  Pleistocene  Park,  which  re­
booking  space  in  sala­ Ebury Press/ Penguin junk  food  and  that  turn­ the concurrent search for hands  of  nature,  scandalising plicates  the  steppe  grassland
cious  tabloids.  His  mar­ ₹699 ing point — his association a stable  partner.  “I  also pious Victorians. Ever since, out­ ecosystem  full  of  grazing  herbi­
riage  crumbled  and  he with  coach  Terry  Jenner. love  working  out  a  wo­ rage  at  the  concept  of  creating ■ The Re-Origin of Species: vores  that  vanished  20,000­
had no qualms in lighting Mark  Nicholas,  the  chal­ In their first meeting, Jen­ man,  finding  out  what life without god’s help has exist­ A Second Chance for 30,000 years ago. 
a cigarette,  quaffing  his lenge  was  to  spring  sur­ ner holds an unflattering makes  her  tick  and  then ed side by side with exhilaration Extinct Animals The  Zimovs  have  heartening
beer and let his opinions prises at the reader, fully mirror.  what makes her happy. I at  the  very  possibility.  You  can Torill Kornfeldt results to show for their efforts,
known. He was an incred­ aware  of  the  great  man’s Warne  recounts:  “He can think of nothing bet­ think  of  humans  taking  up  this Westland although  replicating  the  model
ible  cricketer  and  as  a legacy on the field and his said: ‘You are overweight ter than being in a strong task  either  as  do­gooders  want­ ₹699 on a larger scale remains full of
man, his flaws were so ob­ foibles off it. In Nicholas — — fat,  actually.  You  have relationship  and  caring ing  to  make  the  world  a  better logistical difficulties.
vious  that  people  could a former first­class cricke­ no  discipline  and  you for each other,” he writes. place or as hubris­laden egotists ica, projects are on to bring them If you are still inclined to dis­
throw darts at them. ter  from  England  and  a think you are better than He also presciently de­ tinkering  with  nature  with  fatal back. But how will mankind be­ miss all this as sci­fi fantasy, the ■ Connaught Place and the
It is not surprising that gifted  writer  and  com­ you  are.  You  didn’t  de­ clares:  “As  a  kid  I  made consequences,  depending  on nefit  if  woolly  mammoths  start photographs — of the scientists, Making of New Delhi
there is a fair bit of litera­ mentator  —  Warne  had serve  to  play  for  Austra­ plenty  of  mistakes,  and which side of the debate you are.  roaming the earth again?  the fossils, of close cousins to re­ Swapna Liddle
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ture  on  Warne.  Sports the right wordsmith. lia’.” Probably Warne saw still  make  a  few  to  this As  a  journalist,  Torill  Korn­ At  the  most  frivolous  level, vived  species  —  will  produce  a
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his  excellent  book  On cholas’s previous book A hard and strove to be the things  that  have  brought sides of the case with remarkable witnessing a lost world — the ex­ One has to agree after reading The origin of New Delhi can
Warne,  wrote:  “Warnie Beautiful Game as a ‘love best  cricketer  he  could smiles  and  happiness. objectivity.  She  combines  her citement that made Jurassic Park this book that we live in interest­ be traced to the Coronation
swaggered down the mid­ letter  to  cricket’.  But be. The public grew with me, conversations with conservation a megahit.  ing times, Chinese curse or not. Durbar in December 1911,
dle  of  the  road,  living throughout  No Spin Ni­ Gratitude is not just re­ just  as  they  did  on  ‘The biologists  with  her  own  reflec­ Going deeper, there is a com­ Perhaps the negative possibilities where George V announced
the transfer of the capital of
large  but  always  bowling cholas  ensures  that  we served for Jenner, Warne Truman Show’, sort of liv­ tions as a layperson on the ongo­ plex mix of guilt — since we are of  reviving  lost  species  can  be
the Empire from Calcutta to
big, revelling in the atten­ hear Warne’s voice, as he dispenses  his  thank­you ing and breathing it all.”  ing  research.  It  is  the  blend  of exterminating flora and fauna at countered if is done with respon­ Delhi. Liddle traces the
tion  while  never  losing explains  in  his  introduc­ notes to his first set of as­ It is an apt summation scepticism and hope that makes an amazing speed, we can make sibility:  even  the  Frankenstein events that led up to that day
the love of his craft.”  tion: “The book is written tute captains — Allan Bor­ of  Warne,  flaws  and  all. her book convincing. amends by bringing some back; monster  would  not  have  been and how even as the new
And  when  Warne  sat mainly  in  his  (Warne’s) der  and  Mark  Taylor.  In­ Nicholas,  the  co­author, The IUCN’s list of extinct ani­ and power­play — the geneticists monstrous if Victor Frankenstein capital took shape, the
down to pen his autobiog­ vocabulary.  It  is  Shane’s tense  men,  who  backed and the readers, couldn’t mals contains 866 species. In dif­ involved  want  to  resurrect  the hadn’t  been  neglectful  of  his shopping hub of Connaught
raphy No Spin along with story  not  mine.”  In  the their  exuberant  leg­spin­ have asked for more. ferent parts of Europe and Amer­ animals simply because they can. creation. Place gave life to the city.
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Smriti blitz proves too strong for Australia England,
Windies in
Harmanpreet lends fine support with a rapid knock of her own as India tops group semifinals
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Opener  Smriti  Mandhana India: Taniya Bhatia c Lanning b Deepti 19 (17b, 3x4), Elyse Vil­
smashed a career­best 83 to Gardner  2  (7b),  Smriti  Mand­ lani c Veda b Deepti 6 (9b), Ash­
power India to a competitive hana c Perry b Schutt 83 (55b, leigh Gardner c Veda b Poonam
167  for  eight  and  a  48­run 9x4, 3x6), Jemimah Rodrigues c 20 (19b, 2x4, 1x6), Meg Lanning
win  against  Australia  in  a Villani b Kimmince 6 (9b), Har­ c Veda  b  Radha  10  (16b, 1x4),
Group  B  match  of  the  ICC mantpreet  Kaur  c  Haynes  b Rachel Haynes st Taniya b Poo­
Women’s World Cup here on Kimmince  43  (27b, 3x4, 3x6), nam  8  (12b),  Ellyse  Perry  (not
Veda  Krishnamurthy  c out) 39 (28b, 3x4, 1x6), Sophie
Vlaeminck b Gardner 3 (4b), D. Molineux c Veda b Anuja 9 (8b,
Hemalatha  b  Perry  1  (3b), 1x4),  Dellisa  Kimmince  c  &  b
Deepti Sharma b Perry 8 (10b), Radha  1  (3b),  Megan  Schutt  c
Arundhati Reddy c sub b Perry 6 Taniya  b  Anuja  4  (4b),  Tayla
Anya Shrubsole.
(4b, 1x4), Radha Yadav (not out) Vlaeminck st Taniya b Anuja 0 * STU FORSTER/GETTY IMAGES
1 (1b);  Extras  (w­14):  14;  Total (2b), Alyssa Healy (absent hurt);
(for eight wickets, in 20 overs): Extras  (lb­1,  w­2):  3;  Total  (in Agencies
167.  19.4 overs): 119. Gros Islet
Fall of wickets: 1­5 (Taniya, 1.5 Fall of wickets: 1­27  (Villani,
overs), 2­49 (Jemimah, 6.3), 3­ 4.1),  2­27  (Mooney,  4.2),  3­56 England  and  West  Indies
117 (Harmanpreet, 13.3), 4­131 (Lanning,  9.1),  4­59  (Gardner, qualified  from  Group­A  to
Saturday. The Aussies could
(Veda, 15.4), 5­136 (Hemalatha, 10.4),  5­90  (Haynes,  15.1), join India and Australia in
manage  only  119  in  reply,
16.2), 6­154 (Smriti, 18.1), 7­166 (Molineux,  16.6),  7­105  (Kim­ the semifinals.
handing India a comfortable (Arundhati,  19.4),  8­167 mince,  17.4),  8­118  (Schutt, A hat­trick  from  pacer
victory.  (Deepti, 19.6). 19.1), 9­119 (Vlaeminck, 19.4). Anya  Shrubsole  (three  for
The Indian bowlers — Anu­ Australia bowling: Vlaeminck 2­ India bowling: Arundhati  2­0­ 11) helped England bundle
ja Patil (three for 15), Deepti 0­9­0,  Gardner  3­0­25­2, 19­0, Anuja 3.4­0­15­3, Deepti out South Africa for 85. 
Sharma (two for 24), Radha Schutt 4­0­30­1, Molineux 4­0­ 4­0­24­2,  Radha  4­0­13­2, The scores: South Africa 85 in
Yadav  (two  for  13),  Poonam In top gear: Smriti Mandhana belts one during the course of her aggressive 83. *
COURTESY: ICC 45­0,  Kimmince  4­0­42­2, Poonam  4­0­28­2,  Harman­ 19.3  overs  (Chloe  Tryon  27,
Yadav (two for 28) — shackled Perry 3­0­16­3. preet 2­0­19­0. Natalie Sciver three for four,
the Australian line­up. three  sixes  and  as  many Smriti  gave  India  a  good six  off  Sophie  Molineux  in Villani at short third­man. Australia: Beth  Mooney  b Toss: India. Anya Shrubsole three for 11,
Earlier,  Smriti  blasted fours to share a 68­run part­ start after her fellow opening the fifth over before repeat­ Skipper  Harmanpreet incl. a hat­trick, Kirstie Gor­
nine fours and three sixes in nership for the third wicket batsman  Taniya  Bhatia  (2) ing  the  treatment  to  Megan then came out to bat at No. 4 Smriti  to  complete  her  fifty 14th  over,  Harmanpreet don  two  for  18)  lost  to  En­
her  55­ball  83­run  knock  to with Smriti. was dismissed in the second Schutt in the next over to ac­ even  as  Smriti  smashed in  31  balls.  Harmanpreet slapped one over extra­cover gland 87 for three in 14.1 ov­
anchor  the  Indian  innings. over, caught by Meg Lanning cumulate big runs. another  boundary  straight then hoisted one over extra­ before depositing a full toss ers (Danielle Wyatt 27, Dane
She also became the second Losing ground at  mid­wicket  off  Ashleigh In the seventh over, Delis­ down the ground. cover off Gardner to pick up by Kimmince over short fine­ van Niekerk two for 13). 
West Indies 187 for five in
fastest  Indian  to  compete India,  however,  lost  a  bit  of Gardner. sa Kimmince dismissed Jemi­ Harmanpreet too joined in her  second  six  as  India leg.  However  an  attempt  to
20  overs  (Hayley  Matthews
1000  runs  in  T20  interna­ ground in the end following Smriti  then  stepped  up mah Rodrigues (6), who had as  she  charged  down  the reached 83 for two in 10 ov­ go  for  another  big  shot 62, Deandra Dottin 49, Stafa­
tionals after Mithali Raj.  the  quick  wickets  of  Veda and  picked  up  a  boundary scored  59  against  New  Zea­ pitch and smashed Molineux ers. The Indian skipper con­ proved  fatal  as  she  was nie Taylor 41) bt Sri Lanka 104
Skipper  Harmanpreet Krishnamurthy  and  D.  He­ each in the next two overs to land in the opening match. It over mid­wicket for her first tinued  to  find  boundaries, caught by Haynes. in 17.4 overs (Chamari Atapat­
Kaur too produced a stroke­ malatha  within  a  space  of keep the score ticking.  was an outside edge that was six.  A  beautiful­looking making  life  difficult  for  the India  eventually  ended tu 44, Hayley Matthews three
ful  27­ball  43  studded  with four balls. She  blasted  a  four  and  a brilliantly  caught  by  Elyse sweep  shot  then  helped Australian  bowlers.  In  the with 167 for eight. for 16).

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lia  ahead  of  their  big­ticket to  pay”  his  players  who from the BCCI boss, the old
clashes  against  India:  avoid threatened to pull out of the one, Mr. (N) Srinivasan, that Parthiv  Patel  top­scored
confrontation  with  Virat 2014 ODI series in India after ‘please take the field’  with  94  before  India­A  de­
Kohli  and  give  him  “silent a contract  fallout  with  the “I  listened  to  him  ­  and clared at 467 for eight, but
treatment”. West Indies Cricket Board. woke up at 6 a.m. to tell the its bowlers struggled in the
du Plessis on Friday said He said that a message at team  that  we  have  to  play. face  of  New  Zealand­A’s
that his team gave India cap­ 3 a.m.  from  the  then  BCCI And  everyone  was  against strong response in the unof­
tain  Kohli  the  “silent  treat­ chief N. Srinivasan prompt­ playing.  Everyone  thought ficial  first  Test  here  on
ment” in an attempt to keep ed him to convince his team that  I  panicked  and  chick­ Saturday.
him  quiet  when  the  two to  play  the  first  ODI  after Dwayne Bravo. *
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teams  squared  off  earlier threatening  to  pull  out. things,” Bravo said.  stumps at 340 for five on the
this year. Then,  in  the  middle  of  the need  our  board  to  sort  out The  decision  was  unani­ opening day at the Bay Oval. 
“There  are  guys  like  that fourth ODI in Dharamshala, our contracts’,” said Bravo. mous,  according  to  Bravo. New Zealand reached 176
in international cricket (who the WICB informed the BCCI “The BCCI was very, very “Collectively  as  a  team,  we for one at stumps on the se­
enjoy the confrontation). We that it had decided to call off supportive and that is one of decided  what  to  do.  I  lis­ cond  day.  Opener  Hamish Hamish Rutherford.
feel  like  that  when  we  play the remainder of tour after a the reasons why most of us tened to every single player. Rutherford,  son  of  former *
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against  someone  like  Virat “contract  fall”  with  the were  still  able  to  continue Apart from one player, eve­ New  Zealand  captain  Ken,
Kohli,  he  wants  to  get  into players. playing without any serious, ryone  signed  on  a  piece  of was  going  strong  at  106  off proved  to  be  ineffective  as
the fight,” he said. Counterproductive: Faf du Plessis feels that sledging  Big  money  was  at  stake serious  problems  taking paper  that  they  were  all  in 169  balls,  hitting  16  boun­ the New Zealand­A openers
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but Bravo said the BCCI un­ place.”  support of leaving the tour.  daries and a six. His opening put on 121 runs.
The scores: India­A  467  for
Better not... derstood  their  problems. “The  (fourth)  game  we partner,  Will  Young,  made
eight decl. in 122.1 overs (Ha­
“There’s one or two guys in you’ll get him going’”  not  huge  runs  —  he  scored “Yeah, they understood, be­ Sequence of events went out (the whole team ac­ 49 before falling to off­spin­
numa Vihari 86, Parthiv 94, Vi­
each team around the world du  Plessis  said,  “He’s  an the  one  hundred  there  in cause  they  were  very  sup­ The  35­year­old  all­rounder companied  Bravo  to  the ner K. Gowtham. jay  Shankar  62,  K.  Gowtham
that we as a team discuss be­ amazing player. We gave him Centurion  when  the  wicket portive. They even offered to also  spoke  about  the  se­ toss), so it was just a message Mohammed  Siraj  and 47, Blair Tickner four for 80) vs
fore  playing  against  them. the silent treatment and he was slow. Kohli’s men land­ pay  us  whatever  we  were quence  of  events  that  tran­ and signal, trying to let them Gowtham  did  the  bulk  of New Zealand­A 176 for one in
We’re  like,  ‘better  not  say still  scored  runs  in  South ed  in  Brisbane  on  Saturday losing.  We  were  like,  ‘we spired  before  the  WICB  de­ know that we were not hap­ the bowling while medium­ 55  overs  (Hamish  Rutherford
too  much  to  him  because Africa, but we felt like it was for the big tour.  don’t want you to pay us. We cided to call off the tour. “I py with what was going on.”  pacer  Deepak  Chahar 106 batting, Will Young 49).

Warriors beats Paltan Zverev shocks Federer  Prajnesh outplays Myneni


Bulls, Fortune Giants match ends in tie  Djokovic gears up for semifinal with win over Cilic Gains 125 ranking points to move close to the top 100
caution and traded raid and
PKL tackle  points  at  regular  in­ Pune and I hope I finish it as court  more  often.  Prajnesh
tervals.  At  the  end  of  the BENGALURU OPEN good as this one.” responded by mixing things
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first­half, Paltan held a slen­ On  the  day,  Prajnesh  did up and not allowing his op­
N. Sudarshan
der 13­12 lead. BENGALURU
what  was  required  of  him. ponent play to a set pattern.
Bengal  Warriors  defeated The  second  half  saw  the Myneni  is  a  tactile  player, The hold to 5­1 best exem­
Puneri  Paltan  26­22  in  the same  pattern  as  neither Prajnesh  Gunneswaran’s who lives for the feel of the plified this. Prajnesh drilled
inter­zonal  challenge  week team  gained  an  advantage. 6­2,  6­2  victory  over  Saketh ball.  three  precise  body  serves
match  of  the  ProKabaddi There was no all out inflict­ Myneni in the $150,000 Ben­ Prajnesh  ensured  he denying Myneni a full swing
Season Six on Saturday.  ed  and  the  raiders  of  both galuru  Open  final  on  Satur­ would experience none of it. at  the  ball.  When  the  latter
Maninder  Singh  scored the teams could not get go­ day was not as clinical as the He played to a set plan; the tried to shift position, an im­
six raid points for Warriors ing as in the past.  scoreline  suggests,  but  the considerable  top­spin  he maculately placed ace which
and was ably supported by In  the  36th  minute,  Ma­ magnitude  of  it  wasn’t  lost generated  denied  Myneni wrong­footed  Myneni  was
Ravindra  Kumawat,  who ninder made a crucial two­ on him. the  pace  he  usually  likes, the answer.
pitched  in  with  five  crucial point raid to give Warriors a The  title  in  Bengaluru  is and  the  predominantly “I knew it was going to be
points.  For  Paltan,  G.B. 21­19  lead.  In  the  next  mi­ his  second  $150,000  Chal­ cross­court  shots  took  the tough,”  said  Myneni.  “He
More scored nine points.  nute, the team from Bengal lenger  crown  this  year  and ball  away  from  his  strike­ plays  heavy,  he  is  lefty  and
More  got  Paltan  up  and inflicted  the  first  all  out  of comes on the back of a great zone.  A  break  each  in  the serves big. You have to neu­
running  with  two  raids  in the match to open up a six­ season which has seen him first and seventh games was tralise that. It is also difficult
two  minutes  but  Warriors point gap (25­19). earn  a  tie­clinching  victory enough to seal the first set. to play against someone who
levelled the game with one In another match, Benga­ in the Davis Cup against Chi­ doesn’t  give  away  free
tackle and one raid point.  luru  Bulls  and  Gujarat  For­ na, a win over Canadian star Changing tack points. Credit to him for the
Akshay  Jadhav  scored tune Giants were involved in Denis  Shapovalov  on  grass Just as in the first, he broke fantastic week. A lot of posi­
two raid points to give Pal­ an exciting 30­30 verdict. Finding his range: Alexander Zverev proved too hot for Roger Federer in the semifinal.  *
AFP and repeated forays into the early in the second set too. tives for me to take as well.”
tan a 4­2 lead. More made a The results:
main  draws  of  ATP  250 Myneni  changed  tack, The result:
two­point raid as Paltan led ping  a  rally  with  Federer ogise for the situation in the events. looked to take the ball early Final: Prajnesh Gunneswaran bt
6­3 after five minutes. 
Bengal Warriors 26 (Manin­ ATP FINALS leading 4­3 in the second­set tie­break,” said the German. The 125 ranking points is and  tried  stepping  into  the Saketh Myneni 6­2, 6­2.
der Singh 6, Ravindra Kumawat
Warriors  never  let  the 5)  bt  Puneri  Paltan  22  (G.B. tie­break  after  a  ballboy “The  ball  boy  dropped  the set to propel the 29­year old
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lead  increase  to  more  than More 9). London
dropped  a  ball,  forcing  the ball  and  it  is  the  rules  we to  a  spot  just  outside  the
three points and levelled the Gujarat  Fortune  Giants  30 point to be replayed. have to stop the point.” world’s top 100 from his cur­
scores 7­7 after 10 minutes.  (Sachin 11) tied with Bengaluru Alexander Zverev beat Roger Zverev won the point with “I'm unbelievably proud,” rent ranking of 144. Another
Both  teams  played  with Bulls 30 (Pawan Kumar 10). Federer 7­5, 7­6(5) on Satur­ an ace and nudged into a 5­4 added the World No. 5. “My fine  tournament  at  the
day to reach the title decider lead before Federer inexplic­ team  and  me  have  been $50,000  Challenger  next
at the ATP Finals in a match ably netted with a simple fo­ working so hard for this.” week in Pune will put him in
that ended in confusion and rehand  volley  to  hand  the Earlier,  Novak  Djokovic contention  for  a  maiden
high drama. German two set points, the prepared  for  his  last­four main  draw  appearance  at
The  21­year­old  German, second of which he took on clash  with  Kevin  Anderson the 2019 Australian Open.
leading  the  charge  of  the his own serve. in ominous fashion, outlast­
new  generation  against  the Immediately  after  the ing Marin Cilic 7­6(7), 6­2. Pay off
old  guard,  is  now  just  one match  finished  there  were The  Serbian  World  No.  1 “It has been a great run,” an
win  away  from  the  biggest boos  from  the  pro­Federer started  Friday’s  evening elated Prajnesh said after the
title  of  his  career,  but  the crowd at London's O2 Arena match at London’s O2 Arena victory.  “I  didn’t  expect  to
Swiss  must  wait  for  a  tilt  at and  on­court  interviewer with the luxury of knowing do this well at the beginning
his  100th  tournament Annabel  Croft  told  them  to he  had  already  qualified  as of the year. I knew I had the
victory. be “more respectful” as Zve­ the winner of the Guga Kuer­ potential to do well. But it all
The end of the match was rev had been playing by the ten Group, but looked sharp happened  too  quickly.  All Winner and vanquished: Prajnesh Gunneswaran played 
Overpowered: Bengaluru Bulls defenders prove too strong overshadowed  by  an  un­ rules. and  focused  from  the  first the  work  I  put  in  is  paying to a set plan and denied Saketh Myneni the pace during 
for K. Prapanjan of Gujarat Fortunegiants.  VIJAY SONEJI * usual incident — Zverev stop­ “First of all I want to apol­ point. off. One more tournament in their summit clash. V. SREENIVASA MURTHY
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Pinki shows her mettle against Anush Breezeofthesouth for feature


HYDERABAD: Breezeofthesouth
runs  with  a  good  chance  in  the
Kiran Naidu 58.5, 3. Golden For­
tune  (6)  Dhebe  57.5,  4.  Kings­
SWEETIE PIE

Sonia wards off a strong challenge from Doaa Tujani  Kasu  Brahmananda  Reddy  Me­


morial Cup (1,200m), the feature
wood (5) Srinath 55.5, 5. Guiding
Force  (8)  N.  Rawal  55,  6.  King
6 KASU BRAHMANANDA REDDY
MEMORIAL CUP (1,200m),  3­
y­o & over, rated 74 & above (Cat.
event of the races to be held here Maker (2) Ashhad Asbar 55, 7. San
on Sunday (Nov. 18).  I),  4.15:  1.  Rahuls  Pet  (6)  Gopal
Megan  Reid  of  Scotland  in Vinto  (4)  Ajit  Singh  54.5  and  8. Singh 64.5, 2. Chase Your Dreams
WORLD BOXING Satin Symphony (7) Tanwar 54.5.

Y.B. Sarangi
the next round.
Other important results (preli-
1 HIDDEN BLOOM PLATE
(1,100m), (Cat. II), maiden 2­y­o
only  (Terms),  1.45  p.m.:  1.  Aon
1. WAVE RIDER, 2. KINGSWOOD, 3.
GOLDEN FORTUNE
(4)  Deep  Shanker  59.5,  3.
Breezeofthesouth (9) Akshay Ku­
mar  59,  4.  Prospero  (5)  Ashhad
NEW DELHI Aon Aon (4) Akshay Kumar 55, 2.
Pinki  Rani,  arguably  one  of
minary rounds):
51kg: Sara Hagnighat­Joo (Can)
Gusty Note (8) A.A. Vikrant 55, 3.
Mon  General  (6)  Ashhad  Asbar
4 SRINIVASA SADAGOPA
SHARMA MEMORIAL CUP (Div.
I),  (1,600m),  3­y­o  &  over,  rated
Asbar  58,  5.  Preciosa  (3)  Kiran
Naidu  57,  6.  Dream  Girl  (8)  N.
Rawal 54, 7. Dance Oh Dance (2)
the  underachievers  who  hit bt Roberta Mostarda (Ita) 4­1, 55,  4.  Red  Snaper  (3)  Arshad 26  to  46  (Cat.  III),  3.15:  1.  Big Srinath 53.5, 8. That’s My Class (1)
the headlines in the past for Zhaina  Shekerbekova  (Kaz)  bt Alam  55,  5.  Star  Racer  (7)  G. Brave  (3)  Srinath  60,  2.  Royal Md. Ismail 53.5, 9. Dancing Leaf
Naresh 55, 6. Red River (2) Nakhat Hero (6) Ajit Singh 59.5, 3. Brad­ (7)  Arshad  Alam  51.5  and  10.
her intense rivalry with Mary Rosette Esotia (COD) 5­0, Ingrit Singh  53.5,  7.  Tough  Lady  (1) field  College  (2)  Dhebe  58.5,  4. Paprika (10) Afroz Khan 50. 
Kom,  displayed  controlled Valencia (Col) bt Viviana Corre­ Dhebe  53.5  and  8.  Valrhona  (5) Wood Bridge (8) Md. Ismail 56, 5. 1. BREEZEOFTHESOUTH, 2. PROS-
aggression  to  tame  former dor (Aus) 5­0, Rose Smith (Irl) Sai Kumar 53.5.  Solo  Winner  (5)  C.P.  Bopanna PERO, 3. DANCE OH DANCE
World  youth  champion bt Gabriela Rostisova (Bul) 3­2, 1. MON GENERAL, 2. AON AON 55.5,  6.  Musashi  (4)  Akshay  Ku­
Anush Grigoriayan in a 51kg Tsukimi Namiki (Jpn) bt Naz Ca­ AON, 3. RED SNAPER mar  54,  7.  Brave  Warrior  (1)
Koushik 53.5 and 8. Willow Glen 7 KINNERASANI PLATE
(1,200m),  5­y­o  &  over,  rated
second round bout on anoth­
er fruitful day for India in the
kiroglu (Tur) 3­2, Virginia Fuchs
(USA)  bt  Anamarija  Cvrk  (Cro) 2 SRINIVASA
SHARMA MEMORIAL CUP (Div.
SADAGOPA

II), (1,600m), 3­y­o & over, rated
(7) Arshad Alam 53. 
1. BRADFIED COLLEGE, 2.
upto 30 (Cat. III), 4.45: 1. Golden
Xanthus  (9)  Kunal  Bunde  61,  2.
5­0 26  to  46  (Cat.  III),  2.15:  1.  China MUSASHI, 3. SOLO WINNER Moon Walker (6) Nakhat Singh 61,
World  women’s  boxing Millennium (4) Md. Ismail 60, 2. 3. Ultimate Risk (5) Arshad Alam
championships at the Indira
Gandhi  Stadium  Complex
57kg: Mariia Sartakova (Rus) bt
Helena Envall (Swe) 3­2, Skye
Alta Vita (3) Akshay Kumar 59, 3.
Staridar (8) N. Rawal 58.5, 4. His
5 SOVIET STAR PLATE (1,100m),
4­y­o  &  over,  rated  26  to  46
(Cat. III), 3.45: 1. Sweetie Pie (5)
60.5,  4.  Invasion  (4)  Akshay  Ku­
mar 59.5, 5. Sefarina (8) Ajit Singh
Nicolson (Aus) bt Amy Andrew Excellency  (2)  Dhebe  56.5,  5. 59.5,  6.  Abracos  (7)  Sai  Kumar
here on Saturday. Afroz Khan 60, 2. Vallee Bloomer 55.5,  7.  Aalishaan  (1)  Md.  Ismail
(NZ)  4:1,  Nilawan  Techasuep Golden Hope (7) Harinder Singh (2) Md. Ismail 60, 3. Lord Gift (9)
Sonia warded off a strong 55, 6. Naucratis (5) Srinath 55, 7. 55,  8.  Golden  Adara  (2)  Abhay
(Tha)  bt  Snizhana  Kholodkova Sai Kumar 59.5, 4. Lavender (10) Singh 55 and 9. Blaze Of Glory (3)
challenge  from  Moroccan Royal  Avenger  (6)  Arshad  Alam Nakhat  Singh  59,  5.  Coruba  (3)
(Ukr) 4­1, Junhua Yin (Chn) bt 53.5  and  8.  Spicy  (1)  G.  Naresh Gaddam 52.
boxer Doaa Tujani to win her Gopal  Singh  58.5,  6.  Limousine
Sabrina Aubin (Can) 3­2, Alessia 50.5. (8) Koushik 56, 7. Thundering (4)
1. MOON WALKER, 2. ULTIMATE
57kg  second  round  match Mesiano (Ita) bt Esra Yildiz (Tur) 1. ALTA VITA, 2. NAUCRATIS, 3. HIS Gaddam 56, 8. Proud Warrior (7)
RISK, 3. INVASION
5­0,  while  Simranjit  Kaur 3­0, Jutamas Jitpong (Tha) bt EXCELLENCY Kunal Bunde 55.5, 9. Royal Dan­ Day’s best: BRADFIELD COLLEGE
cer (6) Gaurav Singh 53.5 and 10. Double:  ALTA VITA -
beat  Amelia  Moore  of  the
USA 4­1 in a 64kg first round
Upper hand: Pinki Rani had the right answers to all that Anush Grigoriayan threw at her.
*
SANDEEP SAXENA
Delphine Mancini (Fra) 3­2
64kg: Maya Kleinhans (Ger) bt
3 DEMOCRACY PLATE (1,600m),
3­y­o  &  over,  rated  42  to  62
(Cat. II), 2.45: 1. Wave Rider (1) Ak­
Reach  The  Heights  (1)  N.  Rawal
52.5. 
BREEZEOFTHESOUTH
Jkt: 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7; Tr (i): 2, 3 & 4;
bout. Lucia Blazquez (Esp) 5­0, Mariia shay  Kumar  60,  2.  Kalinda  (3) 1. LIMOUSINE, 2. LAVENDER, 3. (ii): 5, 6 & 7; Tla: all races. 
It was Pinki, a 2014 Com­ roccan  showing  aggression Doaa  tried  to  bridge  the year­old Sonia. Bova  (Ukr)  bt  Suchada  Panich
monwealth Games silver me­ and  the  home  boxer  main­ gap  with  Sonia  and  land Sonia,  a  former  National (Tha) 5­0, Maria Borzie (Rou) bt
Maja  Saric  (Cro)  4­1,  Yvonne
dallist,  who  impressed  all
with her 4­1 victory over Ar­
menian Anush.
taining  some  distance  and
scoring  through  clear
punches.
punches  in  the  final  round,
while  the  latter  did  well  to
avoid the damage and reply
champion  from  Haryana,
will meet Stanimira Petrova,
a 54kg  World  champion  in
Rasmussen (Den) bt Cara Whar­
erau  (NZ)  5­0,  Wei­Hsien  Lin
Psychic Force wins main event
Lee  (Tpe)  bt  Jessica  Messina BENGALURU: Psychic Force (Zer­ (Terms):  TREASURE DELIGHT luche (Trevor) 2, Knotty Ash (Ant­
with well­directed combina­ 2014, in the third round. The (Aus) 3­2 van  up),  won  the  Karnataka  Po­ (Neeraj) 1, Ciel Etoile (Zervan) 2, ony) 3 and St Pauli Girl (Arshad)
Cautious start Rough tactics tions  to  progress  to  the Bulgarian  defeated  Ameri­ lice Trophy, the feature event of Le  Marc  (Arshad)  3  and  Shivalik 4.  Nk,  Nk  and  2­1/4.  1m  36.58s.
75kg: Yasmin Marzo  (Arg)  bt the races held here on Saturday Kiss (Sai Kiran) 4. 7­1/4, 6­1/4 and
The 28­year­old made a cau­ The  Moroccan  resorted  to pre­quarterfinals. can Rianna Rios 5­0. ₹73 (w), 22, 14 and 16 (p), SHP: 28,
Myagmarjargal Munkhbat (Mgl) (Nov 17). The winner is owned by 1­3/4. 1m 24.17s. ₹21 (w), 13, 11 and THP: 37, FP: 183, Q: 113, Trinella:
tious  start  amidst  exchange some  rough  tactics,  but  the “The coaches boosted my Simranjit  landed  some 3­2,  Tammara  Thibeault  (Can) Ms. Ameeta Mehra and trained by 25 (p), SHP: 29, THP: 46, FP: 22, 572  and  376,  Exacta:  6,650  and
of blows and refrained from Indian did not lose her com­ confidence, saying that I am spectacular  punches  on bt  Mariya  Borutsa  (Ukr)  5:0, Darius. Q:  25,  Trinella:  179  and  133,  Ex­ 5,106.  Favourite:  Snowdon.
going too close to her oppo­ posure and stuck to her ‘de­ the best. The plan was to fo­ Amelia  to  win  the  battle  of Aoife  O’Rourke  (Irl)  bt  Ya­Chu acta:  474  and  320.  Favourite: Owner:  Ms.  Ameeta  Mehra.
nent in the following rounds.  fence first’ strategy. cus on my defence,” said 21­ equals.  Simranjit  will  meet Yang (Tpe) 5­0. 1 HUTHARI FESTIVAL PLATE
(1,400m),  rated  00  to  20:
Treasure Delight. Owners: Mr. S.
Narredu  &  Mr.  Madhav  G.  Pa­
Trainer: Darius.

Without  getting  flustered


by  the  Armenian’s  power­
LOVELY SIERRA (Samson) 1, Duty
Call (Sai Kiran) 2, South Bell (M.
Naveen) 3 and Dancing Princess
tankar. Trainer: S. Narredu.
7 ALTENBURG PLATE (1,100m),
rated  15  to  35,  4­y­o  &  over:
PRINCESS PRIDE (Darshan)  1,
4 BANGARPET PLATE (1,200m),
Rhapsodyein Queen (N. Ganesh)
Big moment for debut­making nations
packed  blows,  Pinki  mixed (Prabhakaran)  4.  Not  run: 45  to  65:  QUEEN LATIFA
Dauphine and Regal Realm. 2, 3/4 (Nazerul) 1, Louisiana (Trevor) 2, 2, Miss Bolt (B. Harish) 3 and Prin­
her head and body shots well and 1.2. 1m 27.64s. ₹365 (w), 75, 11 Areca  Legend  (Arshad)  3  and cess  Rumela  (Sandesh)  4.  Not
in  the  second  round  and and 40 (p), SHP: 31, THP: 83, FP: Haedi’s  Folly  (Srinath)  4.  Shd,  1 run: Fantastic App. Lnk, 1­3/4 and
rained punches, including a Y.B. Sarangi Congolese supporting their roots Somalia, the outing Syed Mohiuddin Ahmed 1,788,  Q:  920,  Trinella:  30,042 and 3/4. 1m 12.44s. ₹84 (w), 25, 15 1/2. 1m 07.46s. ₹79 (w), 20, 17 and
NEW DELHI (carried  over),  Exacta:  1,70,346 and 15 (p), SHP: 35, THP: 61, FP: 58  (p),  SHP:  47,  THP:  118,  FP:
fine right hook, in the final. boxers, it was a moment to might have been said, “We are glad and take (carried  over).  Favourite:  Turf 317, Q: 122, Trinella: 511 and 171, 1,109, Q: 299, Trinella: 6,041 and
“Since my rival was attack­ Even as Kosovo missed out cherish. The country made disappointing due to her pride in wearing the Prospector.  Owner:  Mr.  B.V. Exacta: 4,985 and 2,374. Favour­ 7,767,  Exacta:  21,048  and  4,510.
ing, I worked on the coaches’ on making its World an impact as some of its defeat in a 57kg opening­ Bangladesh colours at the Singh. Trainer: Samar Singh. ite: Areca Legend. Owners: M/s. Favourite:  Princess  Rumela.
Enthusiast  Racing  Syndicate. Owner:  Mr.  C.V.  Prasad  Rao.
ínputs and boxed from a dis­ women’s boxing boxers put up strong fights. round contest but the World championships.”
tance.  championships debut here, “I am proud to have experience was not. One could also witness a 2 BRAMHAGIRI PLATE (Div. II),
(1,400m),  rated  15  to  35:
Trainer: Neil Darashah. Trainer: G. Nityanand.

“It’s my third World cham­ boxers from eight other represented Congo at the “The crowd support was mixture of emotions on the


KASHKHA (Trevor)  1,  Memoriter
(Selvaraj)  2,  Camila  (Arshad)  3 5 CHICKMAGALUR NIRVANAPPA
SHETTY NANJAMMA TMP CUP 8 BRAMHAGIRI PLATE (Div.  I),
(1,400m), rated 15 to 35: FULL
BLOOM (Nazerul)  1,  Point  To
pionships  (after  2012  and countries proudly World championships. It’s a really helpful. Some of faces of boxers from the and Scarlet Princess (M. Naveen) (1,600m), rated 30 to 50: KING OF
4. Not run: Mayurana and Have A THE WIND (Dhebe) 1, The Invader Prove  (Srinath)  2,  Look  Out  (P.
2014)  and  I  am  keen  to  gift represented their big moment for our them were Somalis and debut­making countries — Nice  Day.  1­1/2,  1  and  1/2.  1m (Trevor)  2,  Casey  (Rayan)  3  and Surya)  3  and  Likeaknife  (Rajesh
my countrymen a medal this motherland for the first country,” said 22­year­old some were Indians, which such as Mozambique, 26.21s. ₹25 (w), 13, 38 and 13 (p), Tanoura (Darshan) 4. 4­1/2, 2­3/4 K)  4.  Not  run:  Aleef.  2­1/2,  Lnk
SHP:  110,  THP:  49,  FP:  423,  Q: and Hd. 1m 25.85s. ₹42 (w), 16, 11
time,” said Pinki. time in the elite event. Marcelat Sakobi, an African was great. It means a lot to Sierra Leone, Cayman and 3­1/4. 1m 37.00s. ₹64 (w), 20,
and 30 (p), SHP: 35, THP: 85, FP:
298,  Trinella:  1,158  and  265,  Ex­ 15 and 38 (p), SHP: 33, THP: 96,
Pinki will take on English Four belong to the champion, even after losing be representing my country Island, Scotland and Malta acta: 28,208 and 13,298. Favour­ FP: 549, Q: 256, Trinella: 19,358, 80, Q: 27, Trinella: 623 and 447,
boxer Alice Jones, who beat African continent, two are her 57kg first round bout. as the first boxer (and take — as they entered the ring ite:  Kashkha.  Owners:  Mr. Exacta:  1,18,382  (carried  over) Exacta: 9,510 and 6,793. Favour­
Marthand  Singh  Mahindra,  Mrs. and  50,735.  Favourite:  Indian ite: Point To Prove. Owners: Mr.
Andrea Llanos of Spain 5­0, from Europe and one each For Ramla Ali, who oath at the opening with their spirit of Arjun  Sajnani,  Mrs.  Anneka
Rina  Mahindra  &  Mr.  P. Pharaoh. Owner: Mr. Ajith Vittal
in the round of 16. from Asia and North resisted the temptation of ceremony with Mary competitiveness and Prabhakar  Reddy.  Trainer:  S. Shetty. Trainer: Prasanna Kumar. Darashah  &  Mr.  M.V.M.G.  Appa
The  day  started  for  India America. being raised in England to Kom),” said Ramla. willingness to learn and Attaollahi. Rao. Trainer: Neil Darashah.
with Sonia’s win over Doaa.
The duel began with the Mo­
For a bunch of represent her country of Bangladesh chief coach improve.
3 KOKKAREBELLUR PLATE
(1,400m), maiden 3­y­o only,
6 KARNATAKA POLICE TROPHY
(1,600m),  rated  60  &  above:
PSYCHIC FORCE (Zervan)  1,  Pe­
Jackpot: ₹88,494 (eight tkts); Run­
ner up: ₹6,321 (48 tkts); Treble (i):
₹1,355 (15 tkts); (ii): ₹1,811 (22 tkts).

It’s all square Lakshya Vinales clinches his maiden pole of the season


storms
into semis Marquez crashes but still manages to qualify fifth 
whose  combined  timing  in Marquez’s  Honda  team­
Press Trust of India MOTO GP the  first  three  practice  ses­ mate  Dani  Pedrosa,  who  is
Markham (Canada) sion was not in the top 10. retiring  from  MotoGP  after
S. Dipak Ragav
Lakshya Sen defeated Aidil Valencia Incidentally,  Vinales  re­ this  race  and  has  won  this
Sholeh  Ali  Sadikin  of  Ma­ The  rain  and  gloom  of  the cently  decided  to  ditch  his event four times had to settle
laysia  21­8,  21­18  to  storm last  few  days  lifted  just race  number  25  after  two for  ninth  place  on  the  grid,
into  the  semifinals  of  the enough  ahead  of  qualifying poor  seasons  with  Yamaha condemning  him  to  start
Not an inch given: The spate of draws continued in the World men’s  singles  of  the  BWF for the final race of the Moto and  has  chosen  number  12 from the third row. 
Chess championship featuring Magnus Carlsen, right, and World  Junior  Champion­ GP season as Spain got ready for  the  next  year  to  mark  a Fellow  Spaniard  and
Fabiano Caruana.  AP *
ship here. to  welcome  its  recently fresh start.  three­time World Champion
The World No. 3 Laksh­ crowned  World  Champion Vinales’  illustrious  team­ Jorge  Lorenzo,  who  will  re­
Press Trust of India moves.  “I  just  got  way  too ya opened strongly against Marc Marquez for his home­ mate  and  seven­time  Moto