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It also does not have any specialised gas cutters, download Indian Express App ?December. But if she wants the public to believe that it is a case of victimisation she has to lead from the front She cannot afford to hand over the mantle or the task to Rahul who is yet to win the confidence of the people or even of his own party in full measure His image even after 11 years as an MP remains that of a debutante and a dilettante in politics who may find it difficult to deal with a major crisis more so one of the magnitude that the Herald case could turn out to be Sonia on the contrary has during the 17 years she has been actively participating in politics proved her mettle She fought off the campaign against her foreign origin She jettisoned the Congress’s “go-it-alone’’ policy to strike up alliances and make a successful bid for power at the Centre She steered the Congress to two General Election victories and sought to give a pro-poor and pro-aam aadmi tilt to the party and the Manmohan Singh government Drawing inspiration from Indira Gandhi’s politics and sartorial preferences she managed to strike a chord with the people and earn their goodwill But her achievements were clouded by her motherly instincts in the last couple of years as she continued to invest in Rahul despite his poor track record Although the Amethi MP has displayed a better profile and a more aggressive approach since his return from a nearly two month sabbatical in April he still has a long way to go Indeed Sonia’s signals at the CWC meet that Rahul willbe the defining figure and face of the party could now be constrained by the Herald factor Rahul willstill be there — visible and audible in Parliament and outside But when it comes to taking the Herald issue to the people the campaign will have to be spearheaded by Sonia more so when the ruling BJP is portraying it as a case of the Congress leadership’s corruption and greed While fighting the legal battle in the court for as long as it takes Sonia will have to use all the political skills at her command to project it as the BJP’s “political vendetta” against her and her family in her effort to tap whatever goodwill she may have earned and try and gain the sympathy and support of the people It is a daunting task given that legal battles often stretch on for months and even years and public sympathy may or may not materialise But if she has to solicit people’s support in battling the issue she cannot afford to step back for her son like she has done on earlier occasions The stakes are much too high this time But if she manages to invoke public sympathy she may feel emboldened to push Rahul to the fore Chandigarh: Haryana chiefminister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday said his government plans to mark its three years with a massive rally in October and a slew of events including a good governance conclave File image of Manohar Lal Khattar PTI He announced this at the Haryana Swarna Jayanti Celebrations Authority’s Governing Body meeting here The Khattar government’s three years coincides with Haryana’s 50 years of statehood "The massive rally will be held in the last week of October and it will highlight the major achievements of the government" Khattar said after voting in the presidential election He said he believed that the NDA’s nominee Ram Nath Kovind will be elected as India’s next president "It has been decided that the rally will also commemorate the concluding ceremony of the state’s Swarna Jayanti Year The date and venue of the proposed rally would be finalised soon" the chief minister said The Khattar government completes its three years on 26 October The chief minister said he would address a series of gatherings at his Chandigarh residence in August These will be attended by representatives of various sections of the society including farmers and traders he said Khattar directed officials to organise a state-level Good Governance Conclave where intellectuals of the state will share their views on the issue To promote Haryana’s art and culture at the national and the international level the state would soon announce its new film policy the draft of which has already been prepared he said He said an exhibition of about 100 photographs of people who made vital contribution to India’s freedom struggle would be organised "It has been decided to organise the Haryana Swarna Jayanti quiz contest in all schools and colleges of the state to create awareness and generate interest among the youth about the state’s history culture literature ethos and personalities" Khattar said He said the BSF has sought permission for its women’s motorcycle commando team to perform in various events being during the Swarna Jayanti Year On providing identity cards to gau rakshaks in the state Khattar said if such cards are issued it would be done in consideration of the law and order situation Chennai: Tamil Nadu government Monday set up an inquiry commission headed by a retired high court judge to probe AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa’s death amid renewed demands for a thorough investigation after a state minister claimed their party leaders had lied about her health condition Justice (Retd) Arumugasamy will head the inquiry into the circumstances leading to the death of Jayalalithaa on 5 December 2016 after 75 days of treatment at Apollo Hospitals in Chennai File image of Jayalalithaa PTI An official release said: "To conduct inquiry and submit a report on the death of former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa an inquiry commission headed by retired high court judge Justice Arumugasamy has been constituted" A government order had been issued for this purpose it added Doubts have been raised over the events leading to Jayalalithaa’s hospitalisation on 22 September 2016 and her death by various quarters with Opposition parties including the DMK demanding a CBI probe The probe into the AIADMK supremo’s demise was a key pre-condition of rebel leader and now deputy chief minister O Panneerselvam for the merger of two factions led by him and Chief Minister K Palaniswami Four days ahead of the merger Palaniswami had on 17 August announced that a commission of inquiry would go into the death of Jayalalithaa After Panneerselvam had made a demand for a probe claiming there were doubts in the minds of people Apollo Hospitals had arranged a media conference in February last seeking to put to rest any such apprehensions A team of doctors including UK-based specialist Richard Beale who had treated Jayalalithaa had explained in detail the medical attention given to her during hospitalisation Monday’s announcement by the government came amid renewed demands by Opposition parties for a probe after forest minister Dindigul C Srinivasan last week told a public meeting in Madurai that AIADMK leaders had lied about Jayalalithaa’s well being during her hospitalisation He had claimed that they had only repeated what Jayalalithaa’s close aide VK Sasikala wanted them to state The minister had also demanded that the Sasikala camp make public the video evidence which it claimed to possess on the treatment of the late leader The government’s announcement came even as sidelined AIADMK leader TTV Dhinakaran earlier on Monday asserted he would submit before any probe agency a video of Jayalalithaa shot by his aunt Sasikala He also sought an inquiry commission headed by a serving senior judge Dhinakaran said his family was in possession of a video of hospitalised Jayalalithaa shot by Sasikala and was ready to submit it before any probe agency including the CBI He claimed it had not been released so far since Jayalalithaa at that time was clad in a "nightie" "Amma (Jayalalithaa) had lost a lot of weight. it was a video shot by my aunt (Sasikala) herself You all know none would have seen Amma in a nightie not any functionary "Even when Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi visited Amma following her accident in 1989 she was fully attired. she always maintained that dignity" Dhinakaran said The video of Jayalalithaa attired in a "loose nightie" was shot by Sasikala after the former was shifted from the ICU to a room in the hospital he told reporters here According to Dhinakaran when the Opposition had earlier raised doubts over Jayalalithaa’s treatment and death Sasikala had suggested that "we ourselves should seek a judicial probe" into the matter "If that video is released by us now there would be a debate on its authenticity" he said adding it could be given to the probe panel "We are ready to submit it at an appropriate forum whether the CBI or even Interpol We have nothing to fear" he said Srinivasan had also claimed that out of fear of Sasikala they had publicly stated that Jayalalithaa ate idlies consumed tea and was given sweets No one was allowed to meet the late chief minister Whoever came would be briefed by Sasikala’s relatives that she was "all right" he had said seeking the pardon of public Jayalalithaa was admitted to Apollo Hospitals for fever and dehydration on 22 September 2016 After a prolonged hospitalisation she had died on 5 December 2016 following a cardiac arrest New Delhi: A demand by a BJP MP to deport large number of illegal immigrants from India alleging they were involved in anti-social and terror activities on Tuesday triggered uproarious scenes in Lok Sabha Raising the issue during the Zero Hour BJP MP Nishikant Dubey referred to the influx of large number of "illegal" people to India from countries like Bangladesh and demanded setting up of a commission to identify the areas and examine the demographic changes there Dubey said the illegal immigrants were involved in various terror-related activities and impacting the livelihood of people across the country including the North East Congress MP Shashi Tharoor Reuters A number of opposition MPs strongly opposed Dubey’s comments and even said that such action will go against India’s age-old humanitarian approach towards refugees Dubey said using Aadhaar card some of these people were staying illegally in the country and trying to obtain citizenship which was a matter of serious concern He said the National Population Registrar should be linked with Aadhaar database to identify illegal immigrants so that they can be deported to the country of their origin Opposing the BJP MP’s demand Congress leader Shashi Tharoor said India has been welcoming refugees from across the world and alleged that disinformation campaign was being run against thousands of "defenceless" people based on "unverifiable charges" Tharoor even said he had requested the home minister to come out with a refugee policy as several countries have such policies CPM MP A Sampath referred to the Ministry of External Affairs extending a grant of $1 million for the rehabilitation of Rohingiya refugees from Myanmar It is a sensitive issue Even the UN is involved in it he said In his remarks Dubey had sought formation of a commission to identify the districts across the country which witnessed demographic changes due to the influx of illegal migrants who is stable, Russia did even when it was the Soviet Union and most of its citizens lived in misery. is spending quality time with friends, And who has become the reigning deity of all-star kid launches? The PPP has a history of appeasing the military establishment whilst in power, This corporation has jurisdiction over 136 sq km and caters to 34 lakh people. That’s when I got the sense that things are probably not going my way.

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