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Aar jaara korchhey taader bamboo diye berachhe.(They were in power for 34 years and could do nothing And they are shoving the bamboo (up the rear ends) of those who are doing something) Bengali bhadralok are aghast For years theymerely turned its nose up at Mamata because of her unpolished rough and tumble street-tough ways but they tolerated her in a way they would not have tolerated a man from her class background Now to them it looks like Didi is showing her class The Telegraph pasted a bamboo curtain on its front page with a banner headline saying BAMBOO REPUBLIC – No word is too crude no gesticulation too loud And the copy smirks “Readers who insist on their right to know may turn to Page 8 – only if you must and you are aged above18” The bhadralok doth protest too much Didi’s language was slangy earthy and in bad taste but hardly X-rated School students routinely say the algebra examination was a “total baansh” In the lexicon of insults most of which relate to vile acts being perpetrated on mothers and sisters bamboo is hardly setting the Hooghly on fire Should a politician especially a chief minister watch her mouth Absolutely No matter if she curses up a blue streak in private should she maintain a certain decorum in public 100 percent But at least Mamata Banerjee was not talking about shoving that bamboo up someone else’s rear That makes her a little different from her own MP Tapas Pal who has gone into cold storage ever since video clips emerged of him telling an election meeting that if anyone insulted the mothers and daughters of Trinamool workers he would let loose his boys into their homes and they would commit rape It also puts her a shade apart from Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti whose haramzada if taken literally casts aspersions on their parenthood of a huge swathe of the population But Mamata’s remark coming on the heels of Niranjan Jyoti’s jibe also reveals not just our discomfiture about street slang in public meetings but our extra discomfiture when it comes from a woman The coarse-mouthed male politician does not raise as many eyebrows as a woman with a loose tongue A woman is supposed to be demure and ladylike and a woman in politics is supposed to keep up that facade Mamata broke that rule That’s her greatest sin The front-page tut-tutting over her statement is really about her class and her sex However on the flip side that does not mean that women in politics can expect to treated with gentlemanly courtesy Mamata is well aware of that Her entire career has been dogged by slurs – ugly personal sexist barbs In the 2011 campaign CPM leader Anil Basu alleged Mamata Banerjee took money from America But he phrased it in a way he would never have done if she was a man He referred to a red light district and described Mamata’s Trinamool as a bhatar (client) Basu had also once said after the Singur protests that Mamata “should have been pulled by her hair and dragged (home) to Kalighat and given a lesson for blocking a national highway” She’s been called “Kalighater moyna” (the parrot of Kalighat her neighbourhood) CPM general secretary Anil Biswas had sniffed that Mamata was jomero aruchi as in even the devil would not want to touch her It’s not just Mamata In the rough and tumble of politics any woman who dares to be a leader can look forward to a barrage of personal attacks They might be called Didi or Amma or Behenji but that’s where the courtesy ends In 1989 in melee in the Chennai assembly Jayalalithaa found her pallu pulled and torn by angry DMK leaders whereupon she vowed to only re-enter as the chief minister BJP’s Shaina NC wondered if Mayawati was a “he or a she” Mulayam Singh Yadav sneered at Mayawati as a “parkati aurat” (bob-cut woman) after she cut her hair short When 200 of his party’s hoodlums tried to break into the room she was staying in in a state guest house Mulayam sneered “Is she so beautiful that anyone would want to rape her” Rahul Gandhi might be called Pappu and Narendra Modi derided as Phenku but those insults are still more about their intellectual faculties and political maturity rather than jibes at their sex looks and love lives Mamata’s bamboo slip might betray her frayed nerves these days Or it might be her idea of connecting with her audience It’s not a shining "Friends Romans and countrymen" moment in political oratory but it’s hardly the nadir of political discourse it’s being made out to be Sri Ramakrishna said you can reach God by many paths – the most important thing was to reach the roof whether by stone stairs or a rope or bamboo steps “You can also climb up by a bamboo pole” said the sage In these days of the Saradha scam perhaps Didi just had the other Saradha Ma’s divine consort Ramakrishna and his wisdom about the many uses of bamboo on her mind Written by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: August 12 2014 12:27 am Even the UPSC itself is an example of an ends and means mismatch in Indian education It is irrational to select everyone from revenue officers to police officers to diplomats through the same selection process Related News One of the requirements of articulating policy issues these days is the use of slightly forced acronyms So here’s one: PEST (potential education sector troubles) The government is looking constructive in some areas like infrastructure and labour But in education the early signs are ominous Admittedly education has suffered from decades of regulatory malfunction But rather than course correction the government seems to be regressing setting up an already troubled sector for potential storms Let us just look at four areas to start with The first is pedagogy The UPSC row is a warning The row is not just about language; it is rather a congealed expression of a broader education crisis The scandal is not that English is marginally favoured The scandal is that even those who have had years of education in the subject feel ill-equipped to take on a basic test and rightly feel cheated The scandal is not that the UPSC will not draw on the skills of vernacular students; it is that the way most students have been educated will deprive them of opportunities in so many professions that they think of the UPSC as a life or death issue The scandal is not that the UPSC is trying to test certain comprehension skills; it is that schools stopped testing for those ages ago The language crisis is equally a creation of our school curriculum which progressively tested all languages in a way that under-emphasised analytical skills Even apart from the UPSC there are instances of pressure that either led to huge modifications in grading standards in universities or changed the character of entrance exams Whether these are justified or not is a separate matter Even the UPSC itself is an example of an ends and means mismatch in Indian education It is irrational to select everyone from revenue officers to police officers to diplomats through the same selection process A vast majority of students in public as well as private universities are pedagogically cheated That is what the UPSC crisis is really about Our current thinking is incapable of addressing this crisis It will require innovative thinking at many levels But this pedagogical crisis will soon turn into a political one in various forms It is in this context that the second potential storm becomes more significant The UGC has been on a slash and burn exercise since this government took office The manner in which it handled the Delhi University four-year undergraduate programme issue has frozen innovation Even reputed institutions like the Indian Institute of Science no longer seem to have the right kind of autonomy New universities trying innovative degree structures have had to roll back It is even interfering in appointments in universities The UGC is displaying a retrospective regulatory terrorism creating an uncertain environment With the “deemed university” mechanism in crisis there is at the Central level no effective mechanism to allow high-quality private institutions to come into existence The UGC is broken in more ways than one can list The government has set up a committee to review the functioning of the UGC But I would urge you to read the order setting up the committee The order makes the same old mistake: it presumes that the only way to ensure accountability is an even greater command and control structure The idea that a single body can through regulatory inspections ensure standards in thousands of colleges is patent nonsense It is a recipe for rent seeking The UGC has never understood how good universities are built The order talks about improving the “teaching environment” but the UGC has not displayed the slightest understanding of how you build good departments because flexibility innovation and diversity are anathema to it The order is typically also confused over regulatory jurisdiction bringing distance education within the purview of the UGC And even if you want to cut the government some slack see the composition of the committee It would be inappropriate to comment on particular members But the composition will remind you of a certain Murli Manohar Joshi leavened with the same bureaucracy that has created the current mess in the first place Where is the promise of the new The regulatory storm will continue The third potential storm has to do with the implementation of the right to education (RTE) The goal of creating a more integrated schooling system is laudable but the actual design and implementation of the RTE is seriously fraught This piece of legislation is not this government’s but at some point it will be left dealing with the consequences This is a classic example of legislation that tries to do everything (except improve outcomes) and therefore risks being ineffective There is inordinate emphasis on inputs and regulation at the expense of pedagogy The design and implementation of its famous clause 12 mandating that private schools take children from economically weaker sections is a mess The governance structure it envisages is simply not taking hold There is a tricky constitutional issue here The fact that minority schools have been exempt from the RTE and the fact that the process of notification of minorities is a political one risks creating massive opportunities for regulatory arbitrage Many minority schools that are coming up have little to do with minority interests as we classically understand them They have more to do with using an available exemption to escape the state This has the makings of a real institutional storm The fourth potential storm has to do with potentially disruptive changes in higher education brought about by technology The government seems dimly aware of this in its emphasis on MOOCs But this strategy seems not to have been thought through at two levels First there is no clear diagnosis or analysis of whether MOOCs can actually solve existing problems Second there is the usual waste of physical resources IGNOU is sitting on assets worth thousands of crores yet we will create another parallel structure for distance education Rather than fixing institutions we will create parallel inputs that will go equally to waste There is still time for some fresh thinking on education But the human resource development ministry’s early moves give little assurance that the best academics will feel more empowered The fault does not lie exclusively with government The academic community has also let short-term interest and ideological fervour trump regulatory good sense We spent so much energy agitating on the wrong issues I wish there had been one political agitation or one teachers’ union that had taken the lead in improving the quality of universities There is more hand-wringing about the self-promoting Dina Nath Batra than about the irrational strategies likely to hobble Indian education No wonder HRD has always managed to conquer and destroy The writer is president Centre for Policy Research Delhi and a contributing editor for ‘The Indian Express’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 27 2017 2:08 am The court was hearing a bail application filed by a man who had been arrested under various sections of the Indian Penal Code including for rioting unlawful assembly and attempt to murder after a case was registered in Kalwa police station Thane in December 2014 Top News The Bombay High Court recently observed that trials were being delayed because of the police department who do not produce accused persons before the court hampering the very administration of justice “This court has noticed everyday that accused are not being produced before the court and are languishing in jail for more than three years only because they are not being produced before the court on the stipulated dates” Justice Sadhana Jadhav said Watch What Else Is making News The court was hearing a bail application filed by a man who had been arrested under various sections of the Indian Penal Code including for rioting unlawful assembly and attempt to murder after a case was registered in Kalwa police station Thane in December 2014 Not granting any relief the court dismissed the petition A woman had filed a complaint with the police stating that her husband was assaulted by a man Shankar Shinde and others including the applicant in the case who is Shinde’s uncle According to her they assaulted her husband who later succumbed to his injuries with chopper and other deadly weapons The court also agreed with the submissions of the lawyer of the applicant that police were responsible for protracting the trial as the accused was not produced before the court on several instances “It is true that this would hamper the administration of justice as trials are delayed because of the police department This court has given several reminders to the police department in respect of the said contingency due to which trials are delayed It appears that the department discriminates amongst the accused persons and in all probabilities have vested interests” the court said The HC has directed the sessions court judge hearing the trial to ensure that all the accused were produced before the court “The Sessions Judge shall exercise powers and would be at liberty to pass appropriate orders against the police and jail authorities” added the court For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bhumika Sharma | New Delhi | Updated: February 6 2017 1:59 am Naagin 2 4th February 2017 full episode written update: Shesha and Shivangi come together to save Rocky Related News Naagin 2 4th February 2017 full episode written update: Shivangi and Sesha join hands to save RockyThe serial starts where Sesha is seen yelling at Avantika where she forces her to use her bee superpower and find where Rocky was Argument starts between Sesha and Yamini and Sesha pushes Yamini Yamini wakes up and asks Avantika to show where bull Mahesh is Avantika uses her super powers and shows that Mahesh is heading towards panchner haveli and Rocky is severely injured Sesha panics and rushes out shouting she will save her Rocky Avantika tells Yamini that let Sesha save Rocky they will get Naagmani They both walk along Sesha Shivangi takes Rocky to Seshnaag and pleads to save him Seshnaag says Rocky is dead and cannot be revived Shivangi pleads to give his poison and save Rocky like she saved Sushant with her poison Seshnaag says she saved Sushant as he was alive but Rocky is dead She continues pleading to save Rocky somehow Seshnaag says she has to get Naagmani to save Rocky Shivangi walks out and calls Rudra Rudra is in temple and Guruji picks call Shivangi tells Mahesh is coming to get horn Guruji says let him come she need not worry Mahesh comes there Shivangi hears his voice and panics Guruji asks her not to worry just save Rocky More from the world of Entertainment: Avantika Yamini and Sesha travel towards panchner haveli to save Rocky Yamini’s drama and comments start Car breaks down Sesha changes as snake and leaves Yamini’s drama continues Guruji warns Maheesh dare not to cross temple barrier else he will burn Maheesh says nobody can stop him He takes out Naagmani and injures Guruji with it’s power He then laughs and walks towards the steps but cannot cross the fire barrier Rudra warns that he cannot cross holy temple Maheesh takes out Naagmani again and orders it to set off the fire Rain pours on fire and sets it off Rudra fights with Maheesh but Maheesh overpowers and injures him Mahesh then walks towards the horn Guruji gets up and tries to stop Maheesh but Maheesh kills him and throws him on the floor He then picks the horn and fixes it on his head Shivangi reaches temple and says he cannot do anything in temple Maheesh laughs that he got his horn and Naagmani and he is most powerful now He snatches Rudra and Shivangi’s powers and says they both are common human beings now and not ichhadhari naags He will see how they will save Rocky now He disappears Seshnaag guards Rocky He senses Sesha is coming and protects the whole place with his magical illusion Sesha runs towards Seshnaag mandir door but it changes as a wall She knocks door and shouts how can this happen Avantika and Yamini enter and Yamini starts her drama Sesha warns her if she does not help her find Rocky she will expose her true identity in front of her family Yamini asks Avantika to show where Rocky is Avantika uses her powers but cannot find Rocky’s location She says this whole place is under magical illusion Sesha says she knows Shivangi and Rocky think how to find out where Maheesh has gone and get Naagmani back from him Shivangi says he must have not gone far Rudra says Maheesh’s last words are his clue he must have gone to Durga maa’s temple Maheesh reaches Durga maa’s temple and gets happy seeing crowd He thinks in previous age Durga maa killed Maheeshasur but in this age Maheesh is more powerful and Durga maa cannot do anything Sesha panics and asks Avantika to find out where Rocky is Avantika sends her bee Bee comes back and says she could not find Rocky anywhere but saw Shivangi and Maheesh in Durga temple Shivangi searches Maheesh in temple and finds him She says he cannot dare think of using his dirty tricks as this is dev maa’s mandir He laughs that she is common human now and cannot stop him She says she will not let him harm anyone He pushes her and disappears She starts searching him again Maheesh walks out of temple towards tree Sesha watches him getting into tree and thinks why did he enter tree She then clashes with Shivangi and asks where is Rocky she saw Rocky injured and Shivangi taking her Shivangi says she took Rocky to a hospital where he is safe Sesha asks who injured Rocky Shivangi says her boyfriend Maheesh Sesha says Maheesh is not her boyfriend Shivangi says Maheesh has Naagmani and she needs it back to save Rocky Sesha says she will help her get Naagmani and save Rocky Shivangi thinks she is her enemy but to save Rocky she can do anything She agrees Sesha says she will show her where Maheesh is and walks holding her hand Also read:Naagin 2 28th January 2017 full episode written update: Rocky saves Shivangi’s life Sesha takes Shivangi near tree and searches door to enter it Shivangi asks what is she looking at Sesha says she saw Maheesh near this tree Shivangi asks if she found anything Sesha says not yet but she will She asks Shivangi to get aside for sometime and not look at her she will tell her later why she did this Shivangi turns Sesha turns into half snake and tries to burn tree and break tree with her tail unsuccessfully She then lifts hammer and tries to break it and thinks it is tree or a mountain why it is not breaking Hammer breaks down A sadhu comes Sesha and Shivangi plead him for help Sadhu says only Mahadev can help them This is very old temple and people say it was Naag mandir before and all the desires get be fulfilled here Sesha and Shivangi are shown praying to Shiv ji For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sowmiya Ashok | New Delhi | Published: August 29 2017 5:51 am At the BJP office after the results were announced Monday Praveen Khanna Related News ‘Crowded’ campaign billboards infighting and most importantly a candidate with shifting loyalties — these are some of the reasons cited by BJP leaders for their loss in the Bawana bypoll As counting wrapped up on Monday the party finished second with 35834 votes — way behind AAP’s 59886 Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari took the blame for the loss before stepping out to the garden in his North Avenue residence to play cricket “We will have to analyse the outcome It is possible that what we thought would work wasn’t the right way to go” he said when asked if the BJP’s candidate former AAP MLA Ved Prakash was the right choice “But keep in mind the AAP won by a lot more votes last time (in 2015) and now the vote share has reduced by around 13 per cent This shows that people have not actually supported AAP for what they are” Tiwari had last year been elevated as party president in Delhi to attract the Purvanchal vote — of migrants from eastern UP and Bihar — which also happens to be a significant vote base in Bawana Sentiments of anti-incumbency against Prakash however was the most cited reason by BJP leaders to explain the reason for the loss which comes four months after a comprehensive win in the municipal polls “During campaigning people held on to my arm to ask why the party could not find a better candidate” admitted a senior BJP leader Another senior BJP leader claimed that Prakash was picked following a “directive from above” “He was contacted by a BJP legislator in the assembly who then approached party president Amit Shah to convince him to pick Prakash as the candidate The legislator reasoned with Shah that Prakash had made a ‘sacrifice’ by leaving his MLA position to join the BJP” the leader said “This is not a win for AAP but a rejection of the BJP candidate The unfortunate outcome is that it creates a favourable perception for AAP — as if the party and Kejriwal are doing a good job” he said The analysis of the loss also focused on the campaigning leading up to polling day “The billboards should have just had the lotus and Modiji’s face but they prominently featured Prakash Tiwari and Vijender Gupta The narrative also revolved around Prakash’s sacrifice to join the BJP” said a party leader For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News King Felipe VI, ?As duplicate keys were used.

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