Month: September 2017

Assam’s Nepalis support the Gorkhaland movement – but say they will never leave their state

Assam’s Nepalis support the Gorkhaland movement – but say they will never leave their state

As a student at the Indian Institute of Technology in Dhanbad Jharkhand, Krishna Khatiwoda endeavored to explain to people that although he was from Nepal by descent, Assam was his home state. “I had an identity crisis,” said Khatiwoda, who speaks fluently assamois and graduated from high school this year. “When I told people I am from Nepal, they are going to say: ‘Oh, you are Nepal’ But I would tell them ‘I am not … I am Assam I am Indian ..’

While Darjeeling, West Bengal, blinded new demands for the creation of a separate state of Gorkhaland of Nepalese origin from Gorkha, like Khatiwoda – Nepal who was born and raised in Assam – supported the state movement. “This is a struggle for our identity,” Khatiwoda said. “We need a separate statement, so we do not have to explain every time we introduce ourselves that we are not in Nepal, but we are Indians.”

According to the 2001 census, Assam is home to 5.65 lakh Nepalese-speaking people – the highest of any state after West Bengal (which had 10.23 Nepali lakh in 2001). However, Nepalese in Assam said the actual number was even higher. “Assam has the largest number of Nepal in the country,” said Sanjib Chetri, secretary of the All Gorkha Assam Student Union. “There are about 25 Nepali lakhs in Assam. In Bengal, the number will not exceed 20 lakh.”

Rajsekhar Sapota, a veterinary science student in Guwahati, said that “the house always Assam” supported the claim of a separate state of Gorkhaland because it was simply that the Nepal community responded to its fair value. “If you go to the area around Darjeeling, you will see that the population is completely different from the rest of [West Bengal],” he said.

In 1986, when the demand for a separate state of Gorkhaland was first acquired in 1986, after the widespread expulsion of Nepal Meghalaya under the Gorkha National Liberation Front, led by Subhash Ghising. At that time, the Joint Action Committee of the New Optical Assam Organizations, Nepal’s dominant group organization in Assam, had set the Nepal number in Assam at about 18 lakh.

Nepali people speaking in Assam came in waves. The first large-scale migration was believed to have occurred in 1826 when the British were using Gorkha soldiers to annex Assam. Later, the British also brought a large number of Nepal to work in the state as many workers in the coal mines and oil fields in the region. The large tracts of green land of Assam also attracted the shepherds of Nepal in recent years.

While people of Nepalese origin are largely friendly with other Asamois, there have been cases of parasitic power, especially in the years following the Assam agreement in 1985. Among other things. The document sets midnight on March 24, 1971, as the date for entry into the state. All those who came to the state of Assam after they would declare themselves illegal immigrants. Although the movement was aimed at preventing illegal immigrants from Bangladesh to the Bay, Nepal has also been caught in the crossfire on occasion.

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How to Install freedom apk 2018 for free in Android Mobile phones ?

Install freedom apk

You can install Freedom APK on almost all Android devices. The latest version is supposed to work on Android Marshmallow and Nougat as well. But the important thing is to have root access. If your device is not rooted and does not know how to create a root, we suggest you look for a rooting tutorial on the Internet and route your device. An Android rooted can do much more than its default settings.

Step 01. Once you have skidded your device, you are ready to install Freedom APK. In addition to the first step of the root of your Android device.

Step 02. Then download the installation file (freedom.apk) to your device. If you downloaded the file to your computer, transfer the file to your mobile.

Step 03. Now go to the configuration of your phone and allow the installation of unknown sources in the security section. You can now install applications from APK files (without using Google Play Store).

 

Step 04. Use your phone’s file manager to locate the Freedom APK file you just downloaded (or transfer from your computer).

Step 05. Open the file. This could show you a warning message, ask for access to the root, etc. Tap OK for all of these options. Freedom will install on your device ….

 

 

How to do In App Purchases with Freedom Apk?

Follow below steps carefully after installing freedom App.

01. As the first step open Freedom app from the Apps drawer.
02. Now you will be asked to grant root permissions, Grant/Allow it to access root permissions.

03. In the opened windows you will see list apps that installed in your phone.

04. Select any app from the list which you want to do In App purchases.

05. Touch on the app name and wait some seconds.

06. When the selected app is opened, go to the store of that app.

07. Now click on “Buy” button for every In-App-Purchase.

 

What Is Freedom APK ?

All the android lovers and also the game lovers like premium features and also new levels, stages in games and apps. But for this it need to pay. So every one can’t afford this as it needs to pay some cash with credit card. Now don’t worry about that, with Freedom app anyone can make in-app-purchases for free. It uses a fake credit card to make the payments. Unlock new levels, buy more gems and coins, go to new stages all now 100% free with Freedom app.

 

How to use Freedom Apk

  1. First you need to enable unknown sources in the phone in order to install apk files from internal memory or phone’s sdcard.
  2. Android 4+ (and above) > Go to Settings > Security and check > then enable “Unknown Sources”
  3. Now install the download apk file to your phone or tablet.
  4. Allow the root permissions when it requested. (superuser permissions)
  5. Now you can see list of apps installed in your phone that needs in-app-purchases.
  6. Tap on the applications and make In-app-purchases for free!

 

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Not In My Name: I refuse to cede Hinduism to those who want to make India a Hindu rashtra

Not In My Name: I refuse to cede Hinduism to those who want to make India a Hindu rashtra

I will never forget that cold, rainy day in New York in March 2011. I was part of an interreligious vigil to support the creation of a Muslim cultural center in southern Manhattan, near Zero Attack Zone 11 September 2001. From Just as I began to lament the lack of Hindus the day before (as is often the case), I heard a beautiful Hindu prayer over a megaphone.

But to my fear, I noticed that the prayer was sung by a man dressed in saffron on the other side of the police line, in protest because he believed that the construction of an Islamic center and mosque near ground zero was Luck that contaminated the hundreds who died at the hands of the Muslim terrorists on September 11.

Until then, my Hinduism was private and my activism was public. But that day, I promised never to allow anyone to use Hinduism preach hatred in my un-counter presence that says, “Not in my name.”

But even as I write this piece, I find the news of another lynching in India – this time a 15-year-old boy died Muslims after he and his brothers were attacked by a group of 10 to 12 Hindu men train.

In 2011, some of us created the Sadhana Group: Coalition for Progress of Hindus, based in New York, because we could not assume that there was no politically progressive Hindu vote against a growing Hindu and radically Islamophobe and casteist nationalist movement. The founders and members of Sadhana are Hindus who have been brought up to believe that the heart of our religion is plural.

We were taught to embrace the teachings of the unity of all (ekatva), compassion and non-violence to all beings and the universe (ahimsa). We have worked hard in recent years – writing, speaking, walking, organizing events and organizing Hindu children’s courses based on the teachings of social justice at the heart of Hindu texts – and we have been recognized for our efforts.

“Hindu liberalism, once so vigorous and upward, is increasingly under siege, while the leadership of the community passed to the intolerant and reactionary. Having (to quote Gandhi) once lived in a house with windows were Open to the breeze from outside come freely, having once (to invoke Tagore) glorified in the illumination of a lamp lit everywhere, the Hindu leaders now turn inward, looking back.

And a large part of the community follows suit. Therefore, a greater number of Hindus seem to have blocked their sensibility with a huge lock and threw the key. “In addition,” it has become difficult to open the lock. If he decides to open, he is considered as an enemy of Hinduism and the anti-Hindu person. ”

Ananya Vajpeyi in a room for Scroll.in, spoke about the erosion of public empathy and warned, “Vaishnav jan to Kahiye tene urinating paraai Jaane re. Soon, there will be no description in most Hindu Rashtra.”

Also in Scroll.in, Samar Halarnkar wrote in the context of the response to recent lynchings. “But it is not only Hindu conservative law is unclear in most Hindus, it is condemnation, sympathy for lynchistes or public expressions of unity with the minority.”

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How a woman’s dissent led to Indian mothers getting guardianship rights to their children

How a woman’s dissent led to Indian mothers getting guardianship rights to their children

Upon discovering that he was not the natural guardian of his minor son, the acclaimed author Githa Hariharan decided to challenge the relevant sections of the Law, the Hindu Minority and Guardianship 1956 and the Guardians and Guardians Act, 1890 on the grounds that they violate The equality promised by Articles 14 and 15 of the Constitution of India. In 1999, a resolution was passed, which indicates that, according to Hindu law, the mother can also be the guardian of her minor children. He responded at the trial.

On 17 February 1999, a Supreme Court court, including the Chief Justice of India, issued a judgment on mothers and children. The highest court held that “it is an axiomatic truth that the mother and father of a minor child have a duty to care for the person and property of their children.” In a concurrent ruling, one of the members of the same court noted that “the father because of a dominant personality can not be attributed to having a preferential right in the motherboard for guardianship since both belong to the same category”.

This is supposed to be a historical judgment; A milestone in the fight for women’s rights. I should feel a sense of triumph. But the truth I could not stop looking into was a simple question: are we so blind that we need the law to tell us that a mother has the right to be the guardian of her acknowledged son?

It was five years ago, I discovered that although I am an adult citizen of India, a working citizen, taxpayer, wife and mother – all that is acceptable and respectable – I am still not considered a “natural guardian” of my son. I asked the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for its 9 percent emergency bond on behalf of my eleven-year-old son. I was told that only the child’s parent could sign the application for purchase or refund.

My husband and I have written to the producer that for this reason, we agreed on that fonctionniez as a tutor. But the response was inflexible and we found, completely legal: if I wanted to sign as my child’s guardian, I should produce a certificate from a competent authority to prove my husband was “unfit”; Or that he was dead; Or that he took vanaprastha.

Consider the irony: Like any other woman, I was raised in a world that has told you in many ways that your reason for being. Once again, like most women, I made peace with biological and social expectations. But to be said that it could be considered as the natural guardian of “illegitimate” children, not “legitimate”! And I was not legally responsible just to be helping, not a recognized decision-maker on issues related to my son’s well-being! As the law has had no problems with my income tax payment for my son, a single salary of the mother?

With the help of the Lawyers’ Women’s Rights Initiative program, my husband and I filed a request for an order from the Supreme Court to challenge the constitutionality of the minority and the Indian Guardianship Act (1956). Section 6 of the Act states that the mother is the natural guardian of her legitimate minor child “after” the father; Section 19 of the Law, Guardians, and Guards (1890) prohibits the court to appoint a guardian for a minor whose father lives and can not, according to the court, is not fit to be a guardian.

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The Daily Fix: Sourav Ganguly and Co will need a strong reason to reject Ravi Shastri again

The Daily Fix: Sourav Ganguly and Co will need a strong reason to reject Ravi Shastri again

The former Indian cricket player and team manager Ravi Shastri said Tuesday that he would throw his name on the hat for the men’s cricket team coach. Anil Kumble June 20, a year at work, after weeks of speculation about a distance between him and captain Virat Kohli. On the other hand, it was Shastri who paved the way for Kumble years ago.

After initially declined to submit his candidacy for the post, Shastri Tuesday agreed to be part of the process, and there are several reasons to think he is the big favorite. Shastri, it is believed, gets along well with Kohli. After a tumultuous year with Kumble, the captain of India wants to have a normal relationship with the one who is going to come on board as the new coach.

Shastri is proven, having come as a team manager to a point where India was at a very similar crossroads when asked former coach Duncan Fletcher to resign. Shastri then led India to the World Cup semi-finals of 2015 and 2016. The 55-year-old Twenty20 World has the obvious advantage over other candidates because they do not need time to install since they know that the Equipment and configuration.

Shastri may be the pilot of the post, but his reinstatement in the Indian system may not be as simple, given the events that took place before Kumble’s appointment in 2016.

What a career as a team leader, Shastri had applied for the position of head coach last year. The lawsuit, however, failed to collect. Among the various reports that have been floating around his rejection, it was widely stated that former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly, who was one of the interviewers, disagreed with Shastri. Ganguly had even skipped the Shastri maintenance, adding additional fuel to the speculation.

Shastri will sit before the Cricket Control Board on India’s Cricket Advisory Committee, composed of Ganguly, Sachin Tendulkar, and VVS Laxman, and resume their case. The circumstances, however, have changed since last year. Time has ended for the Indian team before the 2019 World Cup. After failing to resolve the distance between Kohli and Kumble, it is imperative that the new coach is a smooth transition, as he will receive only two years before Great tournament

Picking up Shastri seems to be the safest option for the Cricket Advisory Committee at this stage, unless they feel as strongly as they did last year. The decision to extend the deadline for applications for the post also indicates that the committee was not very enthusiastic about the candidates, who included former Indian worker Virender Sehwag and former Australian captain Tom Moody.

With Shastri now in the fray, the Cricket Advisory Committee will need a very strong reason to reject it once again.

Wright vs Chappell vs. Kirsten Kumble: Style of what coaching fits best to India, ask Kushal Phatarpekar and Angikaar Choudhury.

Kohli may be responsible for the release of Kumble, but Tendulkar, Ganguly and Laxman are as writes responsible Angikaar Choudhury.

The forced exit of Anil Kumble that Virat Kohli and Co as right pirouettes says Prem Panicker.

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