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DDCA row: AAP levels fresh allegations against Arun Jaitley

When contacted DDCA said the club is under them and that it currently falls in the “institutional” category. “There are two types of clubs namely institutional and private. While a private club receives a subsidy, an institutional does not and that is the broad difference between the two,” a DDCA official said.

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‘Dilwale’ row: Bajrang Dal member arrested for abusive comments against female activist in Mangaluru

The Hindu states that Dinker has also written to the Home Minister to ensure that the law is upheld in Dakshina Kannada.

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Gujarat government planning to launch e-voting in panchayat polls

“After collecting all such information, we will share it with SEC as well as other departments to seek their opinion. Final decision to implement this facility will be taken as per these opinions,” added Kavadia.

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Separatist leader Asiya Andrabi takes on RSS, opposes new year celebrations in Gulmarg

“On one hand our youth are laying down their lives for Islam and on the other hand these shameless programmes are being held. We should not play a part in these plans of the RSS otherwise on the day of judgement the martyrs will question us before Allah and we will not be able to face the Prophet,” she said.

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Delhi top cop BS Bassi asks AAP govt to focus on own work, let police do theirs

He said, “the government should focus on its own work and let the police do theirs”.

Hitting back at Chief Minister Arvind Kejiwal for suggesting that Delhi Police was the “most corrupt”, top cop BS Bassi on Tuesday advised the AAP government to focus on its “own work” and let the police do theirs. “The six ministers in the AAP government are facing a tough time fighting corruption; so, they have a lot of work to do,” he said, adding that “the government should focus on its own work and let the police do theirs”.Citing a new survey on corruption, Kejriwal today stepped up the attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying he should “stop being stubborn” and hand over Delhi Police and the Anti-Corruption Branch to AAP government. Shocking findings CMS survey 2day-Del police (under Modiji n his LG) most corrupt- scathing attack on Modiji’s capbilities n intentions (sic). Modi ji stop being stubborn, work with us. Hand over ACB and police to Delhi Government. We will deliver in a year,” the chief minister said in a series of tweets.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Also read: Stop being stubborn, let us work together; hand over police, ACB, Kejriwal says to PM ModiAccording to media reports, the India Corruption Study- 2015 by the Centre for Media Studies (CMS) says that Delhi Police, which comes under the Centre, is the “most corrupt” public service department in the national capital.Bassi had yesterday slammed the AAP government’s proposal for setting up ‘special police stations’ as “absolutely wrong”. He had said that Kejriwal should instead “concentrate on areas of governance related to women safety”.

Watch: Shocking incident of traffic cops thrashing primary school teacher in Shirdi

The video of the police beating up the teacher has gone viral.

In yet another shocking case of police brutality, traffic cops in Shirdi, Maharashtra were caught on camera thrashing a primary school teacher, reports Zee 24 Taas.The incident took place two days ago in Pimpalwadi Road. The video of the police beating up the teacher has gone viral.The school teacher had crossed a police barricade and had got into an argument with the police. However he later gave them a written apology over the incident. He was still beaten up by the police.<!– Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The teachers’ association has now demanded a probe against the cops. SP Saurabh Tripathi said that an investigation has been ordered and action against those accused will be taken.The policemen involved in the incident have said that the video shows one sided.

Hey #HypocriteIndia: Why no hashtag for brutal murder of Kerala guard?

If you are an Indian and have not been living under a rock for the past few days, chances are that you are familiar with – and outraged about – what happened to 57-year-old Sureshbhai Patel, who was left partially paralysed after he was slammed to the ground by an Alabama policeman. Patel, who had gone to the US to help his son take care of his baby, cannot speak English and was therefore unable to answer the questions fired at him by the policemen.

His case has caused widespread national outrage and has prompted the creation of innovative hashtags like #RacistAmerica on multiple television news channels. The MEA swung into action, and asked the Indian embassy in Washington for a report and directed them to ‘raise the matter strongly’ with the US State Department as well. Arnab Goswami of Times Now called up a bunch of unsuspecting Americans onto his show and shouted at them, calling them ‘racist’ and ‘ungrateful for all that Indians had contributed to the US economy’.

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But now contrast the attention Patel’s story got to the tragedy of 50-year-old Indian Chandrabose. If you ask ‘who?’ you would be forgiven. The shocking story of what happened to Chandrabose may have caused a blip or two on the media radar, but has for the most part been entirely ignored on social media whose denizens are usually the first to outrage. but oddly this case has raised barely a murmur.

Chandrabose was a security guard who was murdered in cold blood by Kerala beedi tycoon Muhammad Nizam, because he didn’t open the gate of Nizam’s apartment complex quickly enough. The details are horrific. Nizam rammed Chandrabose with the Hummer he was driving and pinned him against a wall. The businessman stepped out of his car, assaulted Chandrabose and ransacked the guard’s cabin, forcing the other guards who were present to flee. He then got back into his SUV and chased Chandrabose before ramming his car into the 51-year-old.

He then dragged the battered guard into his vehicle, drove towards the parking area, pulled him out and beat him to pulp with a rod. He stopped only when the other guards rushed to the spot and alerted the police.

Doctors attending on Chandarabose said his heart had not been functioning properly following the impact of the internal injuries. His heart ceased functioning at 13:40 hours and he was declared dead.

And to make matters worse, Nizam is a repeat offender. Telegraph India quotes police sources as saying, “although Nizam was involved in over a dozen cases, he had managed to work out compromises in most of them”.

You would think that all of this would at least merit some serious national outrage. But no. Apart from tiny, obligatory agency copies that mentioned that Chandrabose has now died, his murder didn’t so much as cause a ripple in any of the major national media outlets. There were no outraged news anchors or headlines, no television cameras at the hospital, no live updates from Thrissur… heck, not even a hashtag. If there was any anger at all, it was restricted to Kerala.

Clearly, it’s fine for Indians to brutally attack other Indians for absolutely no reason whatsoever. It’s just not ok for people outside India to do it.

So what prompts this kind of selective coverage and outrage? Easy. Middle and upper class elitism. Let’s face it. Many of us could identify with what happened to Sureshbhai Patel. He could have been an elderly non-English speaking relative of any one of us, traveling to the US to help his son babysit his child. Sureshbhai was a PLU unlike a poor security guard.

The uncomfortable truth about Chandrabose is that none of us can really identify with him. Let’s face it, he’s just one of the many nameless, faceless people who open our gates for us everyday and who we probably wouldn’t recognise when out of uniform. He’s probably one step above the nameless faceless taxi drivers who we use to get from point A to point B and a few steps above the nameless faceless beggars who swarm our vehicles, trying to sell us things and ask for money.

This is how middle class India deals with the less fortunate. By largely ignoring their existence unless absolutely necessary. So one security guard dies somewhere. “Oh.  Brutally murdered? Shocking yaar.”  Indian grandfather beaten up in the US? “How dare they target an Indian? And after everything we have done for their economy? How dare they? ” The last, by the way, was the line Arnab took while hectoring two Americans on his show.

This hypocrisy does not just extend to what happened to Chandrabose. Brutal gangrapes only make national headlines when they happen in the glare of city lights, in an Uber or DTC bus. As we noted, in the aftermath of the Rohtak gangrape, “It’s as if the sliver of the country, whose ration of outrage still manages to goad justice delivery systems here, have looked away, muttering ‘***t happens’.

As a section of society, we have the power to get politicians to answer questions, to hold systems accountable and demand answers, like we did with the Delhi gangrape or even with Sureshbhai Patel. Yet more often than not, when we really should speak up, we choose to look the other way. Time for a new TV hashtag perhaps? Might we suggest #HypocriteIndia?

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