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then spoke seriously about how the true value of this victory is how it instils confidence in the system and his ongoing work with the squad.” “How they work, Hans Raj Hans and Shilpa Rao, is moving at a snail’s pace since its launch in April 2013 with 14 cases still pending with the State Legal Services for the last six months. 2017 11:20 am Aamir Khan’s Dangal is going strong at China box office.1 in #China ahead of #GUARDIANSOFTHEGALAXY2 on Day 6. A Proud Moment for #IndianCinema” Trade analyst Taran Adarsh added “#Dangal is setting NEW BENCHMARKS for Indian films in China… All set for long innings… Wed $ 391 mn Total: $ 2304 mn [ 14867 cr]” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsUpdated: March 17 2014 8:04 am The non-Jat communities of Haryana often complained about the discrimination they encountered because of the caste bias of the state level administration Related News By Surinder S Jodhka The Jats without doubt have been the most important and powerful caste community in the rural landscapes of northwest India The sources of their dominance have typically been their control over agricultural lands their demographics and their networks beyond the village However unlike the other “dominant castes” such as the Marathas of Maharashtra the Patels of Gujarat the Reddys and Kammas of Andhra Pradesh or the Lingayats of Karnataka the Jats of northwest India have also been the “superior-most” community in terms of their status in the local rural caste hierarchies Even though the institution of caste is pretty strong in the region the hold of Brahmanical ideology has always been rather weak The values of khudkasht (self-cultivation) that have dominated this region for long also provide the frame of reference for social hierarchies of caste in the region No one was as good as a zamindar and the category did not imply an absentee landlord here as it did in Bengal Bihar or eastern UP Anyone who cultivated his own land and did not have to work for others as a farm labourer could qualify to be a zamindar provided he belonged to the right caste community Even a Brahmin in rural Haryana would choose to identify himself as a zamindar if he owned agricultural land However given the social cultural and economic significance of land only the most valued could own it Landownership and social status have been synonymous in the region During my fieldwork in Haryana I found rural Brahmins easily conceding to the status superiority of Jats and other landowning dominant caste communities No wonder Dalits in the agrarian landscapes there have been almost completely landless It is their landlessness and not their “ritual status” that accounts for their vulnerability in rural areas Caste in the region has always operated within the framework of land relations The Banias Brahmins or Punjabi Khatris/ Aroras could claim superior status in urban centres but never in the rural areas It is perhaps easy to explain the eagerness of the UPA government to include Jats in the OBC list — it appears to be a desperate electoral tactic What is more difficult to explain is the widespread aspiration among Jat leaders to get themselves included in the list Even though “backwardness” in this context is a statist category or a legal status it also indicates one’s social position in society While it is true that some of them are poor the majority of them in states like Haryana Punjab and Uttar Pradesh do not lack in confidence or social and economic resources They can send their children to schools or colleges on their own terms As scholars like Prem Chowdhry have shown the Jat leadership had also initiated reforms during the colonial period to create awareness about the need for education They have also been well represented in the state system and have been in control of local- and state-level political institutions without any viable threat to their position Even in government jobs at the state level their presence is far from insignificant In fact the non-Jat communities of Haryana often complained about the discrimination they encountered because of the caste bias of the state level administration Perhaps an easy explanation for the Jat sense of deprivation is the “crisis of agriculture” The northwest region — Punjab Haryana and western UP — was at the forefront of the Green Revolution Jat farmers were among the most prominent beneficiaries of the economic growth witnessed in the countryside during the 1970s But from the mid-1980s agriculture began to lose ground The process of liberalisation further accentuated this The effects of the agrarian crisis were felt in different ways Like elsewhere in the country with generational progression the size of land holdings has been declining leading to a downward mobility among agrarian communities Hence the demand for recognition as “backward” But this is not the whole story The Jat demand must also be located in their growing sense of relative (not absolute) deprivation and in the rapidly disintegrating rural social order It is not the marginalised Jat cultivator who is articulating the demand for inclusion in the OBC quota but the upwardly mobile Jat elite Their younger generations who often study in urban schools no longer wish to stay in the village and plough the land But urban spaces and quality education have often been the monopoly of the upper-castes in cities Even with their economic might and political power the Jat elite finds it hard to compete with the traditional non-Jat upper-caste middle classes of urban areas It is within these dynamics of rural transformation and post-liberalisation aspirations that we ought to view the Jat demand for inclusion in the OBC list But the acceptance of their demand could produce an exclusionary effect The really “backward” those who are located just above the so-called “pollution line” the landless and the poor would lose out in the process And they are large in number perhaps much more numerous than the Jats though not united as a single social category like the Jats The writer is professor of sociology at Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | London | Published: August 5 2013 3:41 pm Related News A revolutionary skin patch that can treat high blood pressure and slash deaths from heart attacks and strokes has been developed and cleared for use in Japan The patchinvented by a Japanese firmneeds to be changed every day It gradually allows a drug to seep through the skin and into the bloodstream once patients stick it on to their armchest or back It provides a steady flow of bisoprololwhich is a type of beta blocker – unlike pills which can cause blood pressure levels to peak and trough dangerously Experts believe that having a constant and steady supply of the drug could reduce the incidence of heart attacks and strokesthe ‘Daily Express’ reported The breakthrough patch has been cleared for use in Japan and could be available in the UK within the next couple of years Each patch contains either a four or eight milligramme dose Beta-blockers have been used for nearly 50 years to treat high blood pressureanginaheart failureanxiety and even migraine The Japanese firm Nitto Denkowhich has developed the patchsaid that not only will it improve blood pressure control but will also help patients who have trouble swallowing pills In clinical trialsthe new patches kept blood pressure readings stable throughout a 24-hour period This is important because blood pressure can go up and down at different times of the day and night The number of reported side-effects from the patch was about the same as with tablets For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Published: November 3 2016 4:07 pm Samsung sold 306 million of the phones to customers before they were pulled from the market Top News Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday that it isreviewing options to limit the potential environmental impact from the firm’s discontinuation of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones The remarks come after environmental group Greenpeace issued a statement earlier this week demanding the world’s top smartphone maker find a way to reuse rare materials such as cobalt gold palladium and tungsten in the discontinued smartphones that Samsung is taking back “We recognize the concerns around the discontinuation of the Galaxy Note 7 and are currently reviewing possible options that can minimize the environmental impact of the recall in full compliance with relevant local environmental regulations” Samsung said in a statement Samsung in October permanently ended sales of the fire-prone Note 7 smartphones and is in the process of recalling them globally The firm had sold 306 million of the phones to customers before they were pulled from the market Samsung did not refer to Greenpeace in its statement and declined to comment on what it plans to do with the recovered Note 7 devices Samsung’s CEO Kwon Oh-hyun recently said that the company needs to improve reeling from the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco which has cost them billions of dollars and a serious hit in reputation Samsung Galaxy Note 7 devices are banned from many airlines across the globe Samsung had to issue not one but two product recalls for the Galaxy Note 7 after the pushed out replacement units with new batteries without properly determining the reason for the phones catching fire With Reuters inputs For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: October 12 2015 6:37 pm Actress Alia Bhatt says she would love to do a biopic film where she can explore herself more as an actor and the person that comes to her mind is Pakistani singer Nazia Hassan Related News Actress Alia Bhatt says she would love to do a biopic film where she can explore herself more as an actor and the person that comes to her mind is Pakistani singer Nazia Hassan “I did not think much about it but I think I should do it now” Alia told reporters here at a media interaction “I would love to do biopic on Pakistani pop sensation Nazia Hassan who died very early in her age She was a singer and I am a singer too so it will be interesting” she added Share This Article Related Article There are many filmmakers who are making biopic on several personalities from different walks of life From “Dhoni” starring Sushant Singh Rajput “Azhar” starring Emraan Hashmi “Dangal” starring Aamir Khan “Rani Laxmibai” starring Kangana Ranaut the list is endless Alia who will be next seen with Shahid Kapoor in “Shandaar” says the actor is an amazing dancer “Shahid is such a good dancer and I have to work hard to reach his level on screen” she said The film is slated to release on October 22 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Jaipur | Updated: December 30 2015 4:48 pm ‘Manto’ ‘Piku’ have been announced as the opening films at the upcoming Jaipur International Film Festival (JIFF) 2016 Related News Pakistani biographical film “Manto” and Amitabh Bachchan-starrer “Piku” have been announced as the opening films at the upcoming Jaipur International FilmFestival (JIFF) 2016 The eighth edition of the fest beginning on January 2 here will be inaugurated by filmmaker Prakash Jha Also read: Deepika Kangana Priyanka: Top actresses who stole the scene in2015 “‘Manto’ (from Pakistan) and ‘Piku’ will be the opening films of the festival while‘Iraqi Odyssey’ (from UAE ) and ‘Saankal’ (from Rajasthan) would be the closing films of the festival which is scheduled to be inaugurated by Prakash Jha on January 2” Hanu Roj festival director said today The festival which will screen 152 films will take place Golecha Cinema and is dedicated to screen writers he said A total of 35 feature films 17 documentary feature films 58 short films 17 documentary short films and 15 short animation films will be screened The films to be screened in competitive and other sections have been selected from the entries of 2176 films received from 100 countries he said Also read:Amitabh Ranbir Ranveer: Top actors who stole the scene in2015 “There has been increased representation of films from Asian countries this time There are representation of films from Pakistan Afghanistan UAE and Iran besides European countries and India There are more than a dozen films on subjects concerning women to get screening in the Festival” he added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sakshi Dayal | Gurgaon | Published: October 8 2016 5:53 am The little-known temple in Subhash Nagar is dedicated to Guru Dronacharya Source: Manoj Kumar Top News A two-room temple in a narrow lane in Gurgaon’s Subhash Nagar has seen a lot in over 100 years of its existence It has seen Gurgaon’s transition from a village to a city and then to an IT hub struggling to keep up with the dizzying pace of its own development It has seen the space around the structure once open gradually taken over by matchbox-size houses And it has seen Gurgaon being renamed as Gurugram The little-known temple is dedicated to Guru Dronacharya the revered teacher of the Kauravas and Pandavas who it is believed lived and taught his disciples in the area Residents of Subhash Nagar say the temple was established in 1887 after almost 50 acres of land was donated by Baba Singh Bhagat Maharaj an affluent resident Multiple structures were built to pay tribute to Dronacharya including a statue of the guru on the land where the Dronacharya Government College now stands The statue was removed after the land was allotted for the college The land donated by Bhagat Maharaj included a lake near which it is believed Dronacharya taught his disciples Today this lake has been handed over to the Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) after residents who were managing the land were unable to deal with encroachers “We tried for a long time to preserve the lake but when we found we were unable to do so we handed it over to the MCGThe point is not to own the land but to preserve the legend and what remains of it” says Kali Ram Sharma a member of one of the five families which have been looking after the Dronacharya temple and the land it stands on When the temple was initially built it consisted of only a boundary wall a single room and a statue of Guru Dronacharya Over the years however it has been renovated The temple now has two rooms and statues of other gods and goddesses The statue of Dronacharya is at the centre of the temple whose walls are also adorned with scenes depicting the guru teaching his disciples Apart from the temple locals say its surroundings have also changed in the last century What was once a vast open area surrounded by fields and greenery is today a crowded residential area of narrow lanes and innumerable houses that stand cheek by jowl “Earlier this temple used to be clearly visible because it was in an open area but now it is hidden by the houses around it so few people even know it exists” says Vijay Sharma a resident Reiterating this point Kali Ram adds “The number of visitors to the temple had reduced over the years But since the government decided to change the name of the city to Gurugram more people have started visiting because of increased awareness and media coverage Earlier we would get about 70 visitors per week now almost a 100 people visit… We hope the numbers will increase even more when the name is finally changed” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsLucknow | Published: July 5 2016 1:10 pm Missing girl’s family fear attack from members of the Muslim community (Google Maps) Top News It has been nearly three weeks since a 18-year-old Hindu girl was allegedly kidnapped by four youths in Baghpat district With the police failing to trace the girl her family has now threatened to leave their native village if she is not recovered within the next two days “We fear attack from members of the Muslim community to which the youths belongWith time passing tension is increasing in the area We have told the police that if the girl is not recovered within two days we will migrate to a safer place” said girl’s elder brother He added “It is becoming unsafe to stay here… we have come to know that the Muslim community had held a meeting two days ago in which they have decided their next course of action… Anything could happen” Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The girl whose marriage was scheduled for last month had gone missing on June 14 after she left home for some work When she did not return her brother got an FIR lodged at Binauli police station against four youths — Sonu Furqan Mohsin and Inaam — on charges of kidnapping When police failed to recover the girl last week Muslims had held a panchayat in the village which has a mixed population of both communities The next day members of Hindu organisations such as Bajrang Dal and Vishwa Hindu Parishad had reached the village and held a meeting with the girl’s family They threatened to intensify their protest if girl was not recovered soon The same day two accused — Mohsin and Inaam — were arrested The girl’s brother who is also the complainant in the case heads the family which include his wife two minor children three younger sisters and his mother “We have told the police about our decision to migrate when we went to the SP office on Sunday to meet him” he said “Police teams are posted outside our house but we are still afraid Except for me there is no other male member in the house” said the brother adding that no members of any outfit had visited his house since last week When contacted Baghpat Circle Officer Karamveer Singh said police protection has been provided to the victim’s family “Besides the police villagers are also trying to locate the girl… The girl’s family has not spoken to us about leaving the village” he added For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top News By: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: October 6, the abundant rainfall and a drainage basin which is nearly the size of the United States! 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