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and especially with the condition the animal was in, MN. Jonathan has clearly shown that she lacks the discipline and composure required of the occupant of the office of the First Lady. permanently on call, whose seminary draws from mostly red states,com. Sabarimala?But Ayodhya has not been a priority (for the court) for decades and decades It is a top priority of the Hindu society" Sinha added Soon after his tweets National Conference leaderFarooq Abdullah called Sinha’s remarks a poll ploy by the BJP Abdullah toldANI that "they (the BJP) think Lord Ram will win them the 2019 elections" "God will not help them win the elections It is the people who will vote neither Lord Ram nor Allah will vote" he added Congress leader Roshan Baig said: "Muslims are not against the Ram mandir The Ram mandir should be constructed in India but the matter is before the court So why rake up the issue now just ahead of the elections" A Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi on 29 October had decided to defer the hearings in the Ayodhya case to January 2019 saying a fresh "appropriate" bench will decide on the date of hearings in the case The bench had given the order while hearing a clutch of petitions against the 2010 Allahabad High Court verdict which had divided the disputed land in Ayodhya into three parts — one each to the Sunni Waqf Board the Nirmohi Akhara Dal and Ram Lalla After the apex court’s verdict the RSS and the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) as well as a few NDA allies and its leaders had demanded that the BJP bring about an ordinance to build the temple at the disputed site as soon as possible On Wednesday Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut said that the "construction of the Ram mandir is in the hands of Narendra Modi" and that he should do it Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has already planned a grand march to Ayodhya on 25 November Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadavis too had called the top court’s decision "disappointing" Aparna Yadav daughter-in-law of Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday said the Ramtemple"should be built"in Ayodhya Speaking to reporters in Barabanki on Wednesday Aparna said "I have trust in the Supreme Court but my opinion is that the Ram temple should be constructed in Ayodhya" On Tuesday the VHP’s international working president Alok Kumar had said "The Centre should enact a law to take over the disputed land in Ayodhya and hand it over to Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mukti Yagna Samiti for the construction of the Ram temple" The VHP leader added that Hindus across the country wanted a grand temple to be constructed at Ram Janmabhoomi in Ayodhya "It’s up to the Centre whether they bring an ordinance or a bill We want a law that ensures that the rights of the land are transferred to the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Mukti Yagna Samiti for the construction of the Ram temple" Kumar told PTI adding that if the government wanted to take over the land itself and set up a trust to build the temple the VHP and its allied organisations would be ready to discuss it as well "The VHP and seers want the land to be used only for the construction of the temple and now it should be done through a law" Kumar said adding that the VHP and its allied organisations don’t need cash or even a single penny from the government for the temple’s construction as people from across the country would donate for this "noble cause" With inputs from PTI In a direct attack on the ruling establishment under Prime Minister Narendra Modi former Finance Minister P Chidambaram has accused it of violating individual and human rights intimidating independent think tanks and mixing up history with mythology "This government has grossly violated individual and human rights Some of the supporters of the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) tell us what to wear what to eat whom to love and whom to marry Yet there is not a word from the Prime Minister condemning these extreme elements" Chidambaram told IANS in an interview here on Thursday "Even in the current Uttar Pradesh elections we have seen extreme statements made by star campaigners of the BJP These trends do not auger well for an open democracy and thriving society" the Chidambaram said adding that he was hoping for maximum opposition unity to counter the ruling dispensation His book Fearless in Opposition: Power and Accountability was jointly launched here last week by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar CPM leader Sitaram Yechury and Congress leader Kapil Sibal File image of P Chidambaram AFP In the book Chidambaram has accused the government of motivating ultra-right elements to brand as anti-nationals those who disagree with its policies "According to this government anyone who questions its policies is anti-national —anyone who asks why Rohith Vemula was forced to commit suicide why a mob lynched Akhlaq in Dadri why Kanhaiya Kumar was thrown into jail Any thinking human being can but ask questions while anyone who asks questions is dubbed anti-national As far as we in opposition are concerned it is our duty to ask questions" he said The 72-year-old Congress leader also expressed his disappointment over constant attempts to rewrite history and give a new interpretation to India’s cultural heritage Dubbing the BJP as an "ahistorical party" he said it had no sense of history at all "History is an accurate record of what happened It must be distinguished from mythology Unfortunately the BJP mixes up history and mythology and when people write history each one will interpret history in the manner he or she thinks is right There can be no one interpretation of historical events" he said "The BJP wants one single interpretation which is completely anti-intellectual That is why they meddle with the curriculum meddle with history text books remove books written by certain historians introduce chapters by known anti-historians and try to push their agenda" he contended Chidambaram also stressed the need for the opposition to be fearless and said that the government intimidates civil servants academics independent think tanks and the media Dalits minorities and students Chidambaram said currently live in fear The Congress leader who also served as the Home Minister between November 2008 and July 2012 in the wake of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks further criticised the government for its faulty approach in dealing with Jammu and Kashmir "I think the approach of the Central BJP government as well as the BJP-PDP coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir is wrong What Jammu and Kashmir needs is a political solution but there has been no political outreach to different sections of the people of the state "The present approach should be abandoned and a new approach should be adopted I am afraid that if the government persists in its present approach it will lead only to more conflict and more violence As it is in 2016 the number of casualties both among the civilians and the jawans have reached a very high point reversing the decline in the previous years" he lamented Blaming the Modi government for repeatedly flip-flopping in its approach towards Pakistan Chidambaram said sub-continental ties were at their lowest point He cited several examples of the government’s changing approach towards Pakistan —from inviting Nawaz Sharif to Modi’s swearing-in ceremony in May 2004 to the January 2016 terrorist attack on Pathankot —and said that the government lacks "a coherent policy" on its neighbour How does he evaluate the three years of the Modi government "Firstly they have not been able to stop the divisive agenda polarisation in the name of religion and caste and pushing the Hindutva agenda Secondly during 2016 the economy became weaker and economic growth slowed down Thirdly demonetisation delivered a terrible blow to the economy" Chidambaram said He also regretted that there was "not enough debate in parliament" and even when debate took place the government "does not listen to the opposition" nor take corrective measures Most debates he said take place outside parliament which is not a "satisfactory substitute" to parliamentary debates On the possibility of an unified opposition before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections the Congress leader said he was still analysing the growing warmth among various opposition parties "It is difficult to say At the moment opposition parties are forging unity at the state level We had unity in the Bihar elections we have a considerable amount of unity in the Uttar Pradesh elections And this could expand to other states This can perhaps transpire to maximum opposition unity One has to wait and see how things develop" he added Written in inimitable style and characteristic wit Fearless in Oppositionbrings together a selection of his most incisive essays by Chidambaram originally published as a weekly column in The Indian Express Ta-Nehisi Coates a leading voice in America’s current debates surrounding race is taking on a new role: a writer of Marvel Comics’ Black Panther Marvel’s first black superhero The series will hit comic book store shelves next spring Though writing a comic book may seem out of step for a man best known for his critically acclaimed new book Between the World and Me an ardent letter to his son about race in America Coates no doubt recognizes the cultural cache comic books now hold Coates is a national correspondent at The Atlantic an influencer on Twitter and a National Book Award nominee but his new position at Marvel might just be his most powerful yet The comics themselves command a wide audience andmore importantlythey serve as source material for the hyper-successful Marvel blockbuster movies like The Avengers A film based on the Black Panther comic books is planned for 2018 and Chadwick Boseman will make his first appearance as the character in Captain America: Civil War next year MORE: This Map Shows How All the Future Marvel Movies Are Connected "I dont experience the stuff I write about as weighty" Coates told the New York Times "I feel a strong need to express something The writing usually lifts the weight I expect to be doing the same thing for Marvel" Black Panther the leader of a fictional African land of Wakanda (home to the fictional element Vibranium for those paying attention in Age of Ultron) first emerged on Marvel’s pages in 1966 He has a PhD in physics and has at various points been a member of the Avengers team Coates will write a year-long storyline for the character dubbed “A Nation Under Our Feet” with Brian Stelfreeze illustrating The story will follow Black Panther as he confronts the superhuman terrorist group that set off a violent uprising in his country Coates is a self-described comics nerd and has advocated for diversity in the genre Marvel has been undergoing its own diversity renaissance since Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso took over in 2011 New characters include a half-black half-Puerto Rican Spider-Man a black Captain America and a female Thor "It was always in the back of my mind that Id like to see superheroes look like me or look like my son So Im always striving to make the next great Mexican superhero" Alonso told TIME in a recent interview In May Coates interviewed Marvel editor Sana Amanatwho spearheaded Marvel’s efforts to diversify its characters and helped create the popular teenage female Muslim superhero Ms Marvelabout promoting women and people of color in comic books Marvel reached out to him about writing his own comics after that conversation at the New York Ideas seminar MORE: Everyone’s a Superhero at Marvel Write to Eliana Dockterman at [email protected] Adam Driver is now a major Hollywood star thanks first to his role on HBO’s hit Girls and then to his turn as Star Wars villain Kylo Ren But before all that the quirky actor was just a 17-year-old kid without prospects in Indiana who decided to join the Marines post-9/11 In a recent TED Talk he tells of joining the military leaving its ranks finding his way to acting and eventually figuring out a way to combine the two “I loved it I loved being a Marine” he says “But I loved the Marine Corps the most for the thing I was looking for the least when I joined which was the people” He was sidelined by an injury while the rest of his platoon headed off to Iraq leaving him to unexpectedly transition back into civilian life He was accepted into Juilliard for acting but had trouble adjusting It was the literature of the theater that helped “I felt myself becoming less aggressive as I was able to words to feelings for the first time and realizing what a valuable tool that was” he explains in the talk He wanted to give his fellow soldiers the chance to connect with theater too So he founded a non-profit called Arts in the Armed Forces in which actors perform for military audiences around the world offering each a window into the other’s culture “I can think of no better community to arm with a new means of self-expression that those protecting our country” he says Driver’s talk is followed by a scene performed by two actors and the whole thing is worth a watch for a new window into the work of the unlikely star Write to Raisa Bruner at [email protected] 2018 Directing his attack at Opposition leaders such as Rahul Gandhi, So far, the two teams met at the luxurious Capella hotel on the island of Sentosa.

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