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Why it is being done now?" he asked "The rooms which have been booked in my name are being checked We are openly saying we have met them and will keep meeting them in future too" he said Interestingly the CCTV grabs were almost simultaneously telecast by all Gujarati TV channels each one claiming it to be an exclusive Kolkata: A day after pro-Afzal Guru slogans were heard in the prestigious Jadavpur University its campus was on the boil on Wednesday as posters "seeking independence" for Kashmir and demanding ‘freedom’ for Manipur and Nagaland were put up by some students and subsequently torn by a rival group shouting "Bharat Mata ki jai" Image courtesy: @neelabhtoons/Twitter Vice chancellor Suranjan Das dismissed Tuesday’s slogans eulogising parliament attack mastermind Afzal Guru Aas the handiwork of "fringe elements" and ruled out any action including calling in the police However police said the matter was being "thoroughly investigated" The posters appearing on Wednesday morning were purportedly put up by a group which called itself "Radical" "Hum kya chahe Azadi/Kashmir ki Azadi/Manipur ki Azadi/Nagaland ki Azadi" (We demand independence/Kashmir’s independence/Manipur’s independence/Nagaland’s independence) said one poster Another empathised with Afzal Guru and 1993 Mumbai serial blasts convict Yakub Memon both of whom have been hanged "If the Gujarat mass murderers those who hanged Afzal Guru and Yakub Memon are patriots and if the students of Kashmir seeking independence are anti-nationals then we are all anti-nationals" A third poster referred to a quotation of Mao Tse Tung and declared: "We are in favour of freedom fo all oppressed people" Some of the students took out a rally denouncing the "fascist" Narendra Modi government and decrying the arrest of Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union president Kanhaiya Kumar and the atrocities "brought down" on JNU students by the BJP and other arms of the "Sangh parivar" "I don’t think this is a secessionist slogan If I am an Indian citizen I have freedom of expression People of Kashmir are being tortured every day If they want freedom I support it I don’t think this is an anti-national step or slogan" said Zubi Saha a member of Radical A little later another group of students carrying the tricolour and shouting "Bharat Mata ki jai" went round the campus and even staged a sit-in outside the university’s administrative building Aurobindo Bhavan They shouted slogans demanding exemplary punishment for those indulging in "anti-national" activities and raising secessionist slogans in the campus The group — though small in number — then tore up the pro-Guru pro-Memon and other posters supporting independence of Manipur and Nagaland and condemned the pro-Guru slogans heard on Tuesday Instead they put up posters condemning the Radicals "We are from Jadavpur University We don’t support anti-nationalists" a poster said Some of them also cried "Pakistan murdabad Hindustan Zindabad" Angry over the tearing of posters the first group then took out a big rally that went around the campus alleging the posters were torn by those with Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad connections Meanwhile the vice chancellor claimed certain "fringe elements" had indulged in the pro-Guru sloganeering on Tuesday and called it "insignificant" "Some individuals had convened the rally That rally was not officially convened by the students’ union They have told me" Das told the media here "I have seen in the media that a large section of students who were present in the rally including some of the office bearers of the students union have unequivocally said they have completely disassociated from these anti-national slogans They are not supporting it" added Das "If in a rally some fringe elements gave certain slogans then that is inconsequential If some fringe elements have given such slogans then condemning the entire student body and maligning the image of the university is also unexpected and inconsequential" The context in which they had rallied was to show solidarity with students nation-wide for the right to express themselves clarified Das He ruled out lodging any police complaint saying university was a place for rational thinking and free speech Police said they were looking into the matter "Though no case has been lodged we are thoroughly investigating the matter If we find legal action is needed we will act" a senior Kolkata police officer told the media The BJP said those who raised "anti-India slogans" at Jadavpur University deserved a "good thrashing" "What has happened is highly condemnable It’s a shame that some students raised anti-India slogans Very soon come people will give them (Jadavpur students) a good thrashing which they deserve It is only then that they will understand the true value of nationalism" said BJP national secretary Rahul Sinha Meanwhile a number of Left student unions brought out a rally demanding release of Kanhaiya Kumar in solidarity with the students in JNU The CPI-M backed Students Federation of India CPI supported All India Students Federation and the Revolutionary Socialist Party’s arm Progressive Students Union were among those who took part in the rally from College Square to the Y Channel in the city centre IANS By: Reuters | Published: October 18 2017 9:28 am Alberto Zaccheroni is the new head coach of the United Arab Emirates (Source: Reuters) Top News Former AC Milan and Japan coach Alberto Zaccheroni is the new head coach of the United Arab Emirates Zaccheroni who won the Serie A title in 1999 with Milan and steered the Japanese to Asian Cup success in 2011 and the World Cup finals in 2014 will take over from Argentina’s Edgardo Bauza who quit last month to take charge of World Cup-bound Saudi Arabia The UAE will host the Asian Cup finals in 2019 and Zaccheroni has the task of putting together a team that can challenge at the continental championships after the country missed out on a place at the World Cup in Russia next year “I have to concentrate on the future not what happened in the past” Zaccheroni told a news conference announcing his appointment “It’s a very big and important challenge for everybody so we need to collaborate together in order to achieve this “Clearly this is my responsibility as the coach as well as the players to do our best so that people can change their mind away from the disappointment of missing out on the World Cup “It’s not easy now to talk about our ambitions for the Asian Cup but the most important thing is to be competitive” The UAE have qualified for the World Cup finals once — in 1990 — while they have never won the Asian Cup losing in the final to Saudi Arabia the last time it was played in the country in 1996 “The UAE has a talented team of players capable of achieving good results” said Zaccheroni “This will only be achieved through performance and teamwork I will do my utmost to achieve the best results at the Asian Cup in 2019 and ensure we will be stars in this tournament” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: May 24 2016 12:02 am President Pranab Mukherjee Related News AS HE heads to China on Monday President Pranab Mukherjee who has had such a long record of public service will be happy to reflect on how relations between New Delhi and Beijing have changed for the better in recent years But the president will also note that there is a nuclear exception to this positive evolution The latest manifestation of atomic divergence is China’s opposition to India’s membership of the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) an international club that regulates nuclear commerce worldwide Delhi and Beijing have indeed travelled a long distance over the last five decades The political tensions of the 1960s and 1970s following the border war of 1962 have yielded place to comprehensive engagement at all levels The two sides have also managed to limit arguments about interference in each other’s internal affairs ensured peace and tranquillity on the long and contested border expanded economic cooperation and deepened cooperation in multilateral affairs Delhi has extended political support to a rising China’s global agenda — promoting a multipolar world that limits American power and the building of non-Western institutions such as the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation BRICS and the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Yet Delhi finds it hard to elicit China’s support on key international priorities of its own — support for permanent membership of the United Nations Security Council countering international terrorism and India’s integration into the global nuclear order With strong support from the United States and other leading Western powers India is now quite close to becoming a full member of the global nuclear system The only thing standing in the way is China which is saying two things to the international community: “India is not eligible for NSG membership because it has not signed the nuclear non-proliferation treaty But if you want to bring Delhi inside the tent please make way for Pakistan as well” President Mukherjee knows China’s first argument is akin to the “devil quoting the scripture”: few major powers have violated NPT norms with greater impunity than China The second argument is merely an extension of Beijing’s long-standing policy of promoting Pakistan’s “nuclear parity” with India After India’s 1974 atomic test China signed a nuclear pact with Pakistan in 1976 which facilitated the transfer of nuclear weapons technology and missile production capabilities to Pakistan in the 1980s and 1990s When President George W Bush sought to end India’s international nuclear isolation during 2005-08 China demanded that the international community extend the same privilege to Pakistan When it was the turn of the Nuclear Suppliers Group to approve the historic civil nuclear initiative between India and the US China nearly vetoed it It was pressure from the White House and the prospect of being isolated at the NSG that made China stand down at the very last minute Having lost the legal battle Beijing set about reinforcing the parity at ground level In a violation of NSG guidelines China decided to sell additional nuclear power reactors to Pakistan Beijing has now encouraged Pakistan to apply for NSG membership and complicate India’sown efforts As an elder statesman Mukherjee knows that India can’t win the nuclear argument with China on technical merit When expressing concern to his hosts in Beijing this week about China’s Pakistan play at the NSG Mukherjee must take a more political approach The president would want to suggest that playing the Pakistan card at the NSG will have significant long-term negative consequences for India-China bilateral relations and that it is no longer business as usual on this issue in Delhi Congress governments in the past were willing to bite their tongue and play down India’s unhappiness over China’s nuclear support to Pakistan and resistance to India’s entry into the atomic club The Manmohan Singh government for example was quick to forget about China’s opposition to the historic civil nuclear initiative and went about as if nothing happened As someone who handled the defence foreign and finance portfolios of the UPA government and managed the domestic political dimension of the civil nuclear initiative Mukherjee can tell his Chinese hosts that the NDA government is somewhat different The current political dispensation in Delhi may neither forgive nor forget Beijing’s blocking manoeuvre at the NSG President Mukherjee would also want to remind Beijing that an earlier BJP-led government led by Atal Bihari Vajpayee did not mince words in declaring the China threat and Beijing’s nuclear cooperation with Pakistan as the main reasons for India’s decision to go nuclear in 1998 That in turn had a chilling effect on bilateral relations for a brief while This time around the negative consequences could be more enduring Mukherjee would do a service to the cause of sensible bilateral relationship by communicating to the Chinese leadership that China’s NSG mischief will leave the NDA government with two unavoidable conclusions One Beijing is unwilling to accommodate any of India’s core national interests The other China is willing to risk all costs in the relationship with India in supporting a nuclear Pakistan The writer is Director Carnegie India New Delhi and Consulting Editor foreign affairs for The Indian Express For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppWritten by Devendra Pandey | Mumbai | Updated: February 23 2017 2:20 pm Harpreet Singh; Harmeet Singh who was held at Andheri rly station Top News A CASE of mistaken identity has cost a promising cricketer dearly Incorrect social media news updates that mixed up the names of one-time Mumbai left-arm spinner Harmeet Singh and in-form Madhya Pradesh batsman Harpreet Singh have resulted in the latter losing a chance to be picked by an IPL franchise During the IPL auction on Monday several news feeds named Harpreet as the cricketer who was arrested earlier in the day for driving his car straight to the platform of Andheri railway station in Mumbai It was in fact Harmeet who had allegedly broken the law Watch Video |IPL 2017 Auction: List Of Top 5 Sold & Unsold Players The incorrect news updates were later corrected but the damage was done Harpreet remained unsold at the auction and the reason according to a franchise representative was the incorrect tweet about his arrest that he saw during the auction “We wanted to buy him but as news came of Harpreet’s arrest we decided not to do so since it would give the franchise a bad image But later when the auction got over we came to know it was Harmeet and not Harpreet” said a franchise official Both players — Harmeet (24) and Harpreet (25) — represented India at the Junior World Cup but their paths have diverged since then While Harmeet no longer finds a place in any of the Mumbai teams Harpreet has been a mainstay for Madhya Pradesh and one of domestic cricket’s most consistent performers On the day of the auction ANI on its official handle tweeted: “Under 19 cricketer Harpreet Singh detained for driving a car straight into Andheri railway station platform last night” The tweet was sandwiched between its updates on the IPL auction WATCH VIDEO |Former IPL Player Harmeet Singh Drives Car Into Andheri Railway Platform Detained Even till Wednesday the incorrect tweet was on the ANI timeline But after The Indian Express sent a query about the Harmeet-Harpreet mix-up the agency issued a corrected tweet on Wednesday evening “Incident of driving car into Andheri Railway Stn platform involved U19 cricketer Harmeet Singh not Harpreet Singh as reported earlier… Mumbai U-19 cricketer Harmeet Singh who was then arrested for the offence was granted bail by Andheri court thereafter” it tweeted News agency Press Trust of India also wrongly named Harpreet in its initial report It later corrected the mistake but a few websites till late on Wednesday still named Harpreet as the offender and had his photograph as well “I’m mentally disturbed… Mera naam toh kharab ho gaya na (I have got a bad name) How can one clear that I am getting calls from everyone asking what have you done I was hoping to be picked up at the IPL auction… When my name came the franchises must have felt why take a player who is in police custody I am not bothered about IPL now it’s gone But even if you run a search on my name on Google the first thing that comes up is that I was arrested” Harpreet told The Indian Express Before the auction Harpreet was in a rich vein of form and among the favourites to make it to the IPL In the week before the auction he was the top scorer in domestic cricket’s premier T20 tournament the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy Appearing for Central Zone he aggregated 211 runs in four games with a strike rate touching 145 His standout inning was a whirlwind 92 off 51 balls against South Zone He also scored two other half centuries Now his IPL dreams hang by a thread “All is not lost for him If someone gets injured we’ll pick Harpreet as first choice” said a franchise representative For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Suzuka | Updated: October 7 2016 8:46 pm Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso go into their home race at the Suzuka track expecting to score decent points (Source: AP) Top News McLaren duo Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso did not have as smooth an opening day of practice as they might have hoped on Friday ahead of their engine supplier Honda’s home Japanese Formula One Grand Prix The Spaniard who placed ninth fastest in the opening 90 minutes before improving to eighth described his day as tough after struggling to find the optimal set-up on his car to tackle the flowing twists of the Suzuka circuit “We are not yet happy with the set-up” Alonso who spun into the barriers early in the first session told reporters “We need to keep working at it a little bit tonight” Last year’s Japanese race marked arguably the nadir of a bruising return to Formula One for the Japanese carmaker who renewed a once-dominant partnership with Woking-based McLaren but struggled to adapt to the sport’s new turbo-hybrid rules The combination has made steady progress this year however and they go into their home race at the Suzuka track – owned by Honda – expecting to score decent points Alonso running an updated engine he first tested in practice at the last race in Malaysia doubted whether the team would be able to qualify in the top 10 But the double champion expressed optimism they could still race well on Sunday and put in a good showing in front of the enthusiastic Japanese fans “They are everywhere supporting us” said Alonso “They are very proud of Honda racing in Formula One and now achieving some good results so we want to deliver the best results for them” Button who has long been a darling of the Japanese fans was only 13th and 16th fastest in the two sessions The Briton making way for Belgian rookie Stoffel Vandoorne at the end of the season is hoping to make the most of what could be his last appearance at Suzuka But the 2009 world champion was hampered by unusually high tyre degradation on Friday and is pinning his hopes for a strong result on rain forecast to hit during either qualifying or the race “I’d love it to rain” Button said “It’s the only hope we’ve really got to have a mega result here” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: Japan qualified for the semifinals after beating Poland Top News Australia snapped theirtwo match losing streak at the Kabaddi World Cup in Ahmedabad after getting the better of Argentina 68-45 while Japan beat Poland 33-22 in the first contest of the evening to qualify for the semifinals For Australia the defensive issues remained the biggest problem so far into the extravaganza And that changed on Wednesday withJasvir Singh doing the job with 11 tackle points to his name On the other side of the court Kuldeep Singh did the job with the attack and picked up a cumulative 14 points including 12 raid points The win took Australia above Argentina but still have much to do if they are to move to the next stage of the event No Comments in this live blog For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Boston | Published: February 8 2016 11:07 am Kamal Haasan said he was opposed to censorship but had no issues with certification which should be there like a “statutory warning” Related News Actor Kamal Haasan who is part of the reform committee of Central Board of Film Certification said he was opposed to censorship but had no issues with certification which should be there like a “statutory warning” Haasan 61 in a “fireside chat” with students of Harvard University said that the battle against censor is in a progressive state “First I would like to clarify that the battle against censor is in a progressive state That’s why they are not called censor board any more They are a certification board” the actor said maintaining that the practice of censorship continues “Certification should be there like a statutory warning” he added The actor whose 2013 film “Vishwaroopam” was initially banned in Tamil Nadu for 15 days and saw a release only after muting certain scenes had in the past expressed reservations about the censor board guidelines Haasan however had said that he had nothing against the people in the board “It (Censor Board) does stifle my creative freedom It is stifling my freedom I have spoken of this to some of the board members the officers They are not out to destroy the film industry They have a job they are given a stipulation as a set of rules with which they operate They all love cinema” he had said last year Asked if he plans to invest in startups Haasan said “Because of the dire state of affairs of my (film) industry I myself am a start up” The actor said he is currently working on a script with three of his American friends and the movie would be in English “I hope to direct that film also” he said Acknowledging that piracy is a major issue for Indian film industry the star alleged that there are efforts to intentionally allow black money to flourish Haasan argued that the government needs to treat the Indian film industry with respect and dignity “There is a strong voice coming from the industry telling that you have no right to do that (fixing the maximum price of a movie ticket) Treat us like any other business We would show you we are as good as IT We could contribute to the exchequer by thousands of crores if they do some little modification” Haasan said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News