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having featured in only five Challenger matches towards the end of July since returning from a lengthy injury layoff. Top News For the last seven years,receiving end of sharp criticism from opposition parties on Thursday? BSP leader and former UP Chief Minister Mayawati on Wednesday?was at the forefront of a strident opposition protest in Parliament over the conversion of around 57 Muslim families in an Agra slum by the Bajrang Dal and the Dharma Jagran Samanvay Vibhag an offshoot of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Alleging that the people were bribed and forced to convert to Hinduism Mayawati said that the government needed to respond to these serious allegations adding "It is the responsibility of the party that comes to power to ensure people are allowed to follow their faiths without facing any discrimination It is the responsibility of the government to ensure that forcible conversions do not take place" Congress MPAnand Sharma claimed the incident was part of a "diabolical agenda" "This house must be assured the constitution of India will not be violated" Sharma who is the leader of the opposition Congress party told parliament Responding to the opposition in Parliament Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi told the Rajya Sabha that as far as he was aware a FIR had been filed in the case of forced conversions "To my knowledge FIR has been registered over the issue" Naqvi told the Rajya Sabha The minister also told the opposition that it was wrong to drag in any organisation into the issue for political reasons "We are as committed to the cause of secularism as anyone else" he said PTI The incident in which a ‘ghar vapsi’ or reconversion ceremony was carried out in the Madhunagar slum in Agra has caused widespread condemnation after the Muslims involved said that they were led to believe that they had no idea that the plan was to ‘reconver’t’ them to Hinduism A report in the Indian Express quoted Ismail Khan the ‘pradhan’ of the of the 57 families as saying one Bajrang Dal man he identified as Kishan Lal merely told the families that they would be getting BPL cards which would make them eligible for a host of sops including subsidised schooling and medical arrangements “He said on the day our names were registered big people would come to our basti and even the media I saw no danger in this and agreed immediately It was decided that the event would be held on Monday” he said But on the given day when it became apparent that the ceremony was actually a reconversion rite and not actually a presentation of BPL cards the villagers were too afraid to protest Farhan a slum dweller told the Times of India "If 40 people in saffron scarves come and stand on your head you will do just as they want" "We began to get worried but could say nothing for fear of the powerful people They asked our men to wear their skull caps read some text and throw some things into a fire They asked them if they were happy being Hindus now Everyone was inside the basti and there could have been trouble We are poor people with nowhere to go and if our landlord tells us to leave we will have nowhere to go What could the men have said but yes” the Indian Express quoted another slum dweller Murshida Begum as saying Apparently the new ‘reconverts’ were presented with idols of the goddess Kali after the ceremony which required them to wash the feet of idols with milk The red faced Bajrang Dal for its part is now claiming that the families are changing their stories due to fear Bajrang Dal functionary Ajju Chauhan confirmed to Times of India that the re-conversion had indeed taken place but will the full consent of those involved "All these people have Hindu ancestors They just did ‘ghar vapsi’" he said adding "They were not lured by ration cards or houses They wanted to lead clean lives" “I strongly object to this term conversion Why don’t you call it homecoming” Prakash Sharma former national convenor of Bajrang Dal told the Hindustan Times As for the new Hindu ‘reconverts’ – they are back to offering namaz The Times of India report quotes village ‘pradhan’ Ismail as saying he had offered namaz on Tuesday after no one from the saffron outfits turned up in their neighbourhood (with inputs from Reuters) By: IANS | Gurugram | Updated: August 18 2017 10:12 am Toilet: Ek Prem Katha’s special screening to be held in a city multiplex — PVR Cinemas in the local MGF Metropolitan Mall — at 10 am on August 19 Related News A special screening of the recently-released Bollywood movie Toilet: Ek Prem Katha will be organised for the Panchs (village representatives) and Sarpanchs (village heads) of Gurugram district an official said on Thursday The special show to be held in a city multiplex — PVR Cinemas in the local MGF Metropolitan Mall — at 10 am on August 19 will be open to the Panchs and Sarpanchs free of cost according to the official For better implementation of the state government’s drive against open defecation Gurugram Deputy Commissioner Vinay Pratap Singh decided to invite the village functionariesThe Deputy Commissioner’s letter inviting them to the special screening of the movie will serve as the pass for securing entry to the multiplex Only a woman Panch or Sarpanch will be allowed to be accompanied by a family member or an assistant The Deputy Commissioner said that following the efforts of people’s representatives there had been a positive change in the thinking of the people regarding cleanliness The Bollywood movie is based on a story in which a woman leaves her husband on the first day of their marriage after discovering that he does not have a toilet in his house He desperately sets out on a mission to win back his love by standing up to the age-old traditions and values of India The film directed by Shree Narayan Singh and having Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar in the lead roles is based on the age-old issue of open defecation and methods that can be adopted to curb it The film is a love story revolving around the problem of open defecation in India and also promotes Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cleanliness initiative — Swachh Bharat Abhiyan According to reports the movie has already earned close to Rs 90 crore since its release on FridayThe three subdivisions of Gurugram have 221 Gram Panchayats For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Lakshmi Ajay | Ahmedabad | Published: March 3 2017 5:18 am Top News A year on trouble is again brewing between a section of workers at the Tata Motors Sanand plant and the company with the deputy labour commissioner hearing both parties on Thursday The workers have revived demands for wage revision and other rights for which they in February last year had gone on a month-long strike that saw support from 21 trade unions WATCH WHAT ELSE IS IN THE NEWS Earlier this week close to 200 workers who had finished their shift at 3 pm decided not to take the daily company transport and walk back to their homes They however were apprehended by police who were allegedly called in by the company officials The workers alleged that they were verbally abused by policemen before being herded into company buses and taken away before they could go through with their plans “We ended our strike on March 21 2016 and resumed work and even all the pending enquiries have ceased Since then we had been raising our charter of demands that we gave the firm last February at regular intervals We had 10 meeting with the management none yielded any results No one from the upper management has participated in these talks Despite having shared our demands with the company officials at the meeting today at the deputy labour commissioner’s office they said they have to study them Two people were given showcause notices on their performance and we are being pulled up routinely for any kind of production issues The matter of increment and wage revision has been dragging on since 2015 and we had to finally resort to approaching the state government considering that the Nano plant is Gujarat’s ‘dream project’” said Hitesh Rabari chief of Bharatiya Kamdar Ekta Sangh Sanand — labour union at the Sanand plant having 450 members Among their demands Tata Motors workers have asked for a 200 per cent rise in their wages A worker Harpal Sinh Jhala said the plant recently inducted around 2000 unskilled workers from Pune and they have been getting perks such as accommodation and food from the company He added that workers have also not received the mandatory new pair of uniforms in the last 6 months and they have been going to work without their uniforms since February 21 even as the company pulled them up with ‘disciplinary action’ owing to this Nearly 200 Tata Motors workers from the Sanand plant met Deputy Labour Commissioner M S Patel on Thursday evening Patel told The Indian Express that the meeting was in response to a written representation made by the plant workers earlier and said that the next meeting is scheduled between both parties on March 15 In a statement issued by the company it cited “Tata Motors works with its union as part of collective bargaining towards long term benefits of both workmen and organisation The demand made by the Union are unreasonable The Company remains engaged in a harmonious discussion with the union representatives Instead of continuing discussion with the management workmen have approached Labour authorises for conciliation Tata Motors thanks the Labour authorities for the intervention and will work along with them to arrive at a solution” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsJammu: Four ministers of the Congress-NC coalition government 16 former ministers and sitting legislators are among the 175 candidates who are in the fray for 18 Assembly constituencies going to polls in the second phase on December 2 in Jammu and Kashmir "On the last day of withdrawal of the nominations for the second phase of Assembly elections in J&K yesterday for which polling is scheduled to be held on December 2 175 candidates are in fray for the 18 constituencies in the five districts of Kupwara Kulgam Reasi Udhampur and Poonch" an official spokesman said Representational image Reuters Among the ministers from the Omar Abdullah government is Ajaz Khan of Congress contesting from Gool Arnas seat followed by Mir Saifullah (NC) from Kupawara Assembly Constituency Choudhary Mohd Ramzan (NC) from Handwara and Sakina Itoo (NC) from Noorabad seat Apart from these there are 18 sitting MLAs and MLCs and former ministers including Aijaz Jan Javed Rana (MLC) Kafil Ur Rehman (all NC) Krishen Chander and Amin Bhat (MLC) (all INC) Gaffar Sofi (MLA & Former Minister) Sartaj Mandi (Dy Speaker) Abdul Haq Khan (both PDP) Balwant Mankotia and Harsh Dev Singh (MLA & Former Minister) Baldev Raj Sharma and Abdul Rahseed (noth Independents) M Y Tarigami (CPIM) Besides former ministers -Gulam Mohideen Sofi (PDP)Syed Mushtaq Bukhari (NC) Abdul Gani Malik (MLA) and Jagjiwan Lal (NC) and Jugal Kishore (MLC) of Congress From the Karnah Assembly constituency seven candidates are in the fray including Ashfaq-Ur-Rehman (BJP) Jahangir Khan (Panthers Party) Raja Manzoor Ahamed Khan (PDP) Ali Asgar Khan (INC) Kafil-Ur-Rehman (NC) Aijaz Ahamed Badana (All J&K Kissan Mazdoor Party) and Mohd Saleem Mir (J&KPC) In Kupwara Assembly constituency 12 candidates are in the fray including Sardar Khan (BSP) Saifullah Khan (NCP) Ab Rehman Lone (BJP) Gh Rasool Malik (INC) Mir Saif-ul-llah (JKNC) Mir Mohd Fayaz (JKPDP) Wali Mohd Khan (JKNPP) Adv Bashir Ahmad Dar (JKPC) Gh Hassan Sheikh (Kissan Mazdoor Party) while as Javid Ahmad Wani Adv Mohd Amin Peer and Mustaq Ahmad Sheikh are Independent candidates In Lolab Assembly constituency nine candidates are in the fray Abdul Haq Khan (PDP) Ab Rasheed Zargar (BJP) Ghulam Ahmad Malik (JKNPP) Gh Nabi Shah (BSP) Haji Farooq Ahmad Mir (INC) Qaiser Jamsheed Lone (JKNC) Suriya Bano (RPI) Abdul Rehman Wani (JKPC) and Mohd Sultan Magray (Kisan Mazdoor Party (Ind) In Handwara Assembly Constituency 12 candidates are in the fray including Chowdry Mohamad Ramzan (NC) Sajad Ahmad Pir (BSP) Ghulam Mohi-Ui-Din Sofi (PDP) Mohd Abdullah Bhat (NPP) Mohd Yaseen Bhat (INC) Sajad Gani Lone (J&KPC) Gh Qadir Mircha (All J&K Kissan Mazdoor Party) Ajaz Ahmad Sofi Independent (AIP) Haneefa Begum Independent (JKNPPF) Abdul Rahman Tantry (Independent) Anaytullah Lohar (Independent) and Hilal Ahmad Tantry (Independent) In Langate Assembly Constituency 11 candidates are in fray including Bashir Ahmad Wani (INC) Javid Ahmad Najar (J&KNPP) Mohd Maqbool War (BJP) Gh Nabi Ganai (Pandithpori) (PDP) Wali Mohd Bhat (J&K NC) Er Abdul Rashid Sheikh (J&K Awami Itihad Party) Advocate Mohd Abdullah Mir (J&KPC) Irshad Hussain Ganai (Independent) Haji Mohd Akbar Ganai (Independent) Mohd Ramzan Malla (Independent) and Mudasir Ahmad Tantray (Independent) In Noorabad Assembly Constituency 15 candidates are in the fray including Sakina Itoo (NC) Abdur Rehman Magray (BSP) Abdul Majeed Padder (PDP) Mushtaq Ahmad (JKNPP) Mushtaq Ahmed Malik (BJP) Manzoor Ahmad Zargar (INC) while Akther Hussain Shah Bilal Ahmad Bhat Bashir Ahmad Bhat Tawseef Ahmad Dar Abdul Rashid Bhat Gulzar Ahmed Mir Mohd Amin Teli Mushtaq Ahmad Doie and Mehraj-ud-Din Dar are Independent candidates In Kulgam Assembly Constituency eight candidates are in fray including Peer Nazim-ud-Din (INC) Riyaz Ahmad Shah (BSP) Imran Nabi Dar (NC) Ghulam Hassan Zargar (BJP) Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami (CPI-M) Nazir Ahmad Laway (PDP) Towseef Ahmad Shah (Independent) and Rashida Mir (Independent) In HumshaliBugh Assembly Constituency eight candidates are in fray — Bashir Ahmad Bhat (BSP) Abdul Gaffar Sofi (PDP) Abdul Majeed (NC) Anayatullah Rather (INC) Ghulam Nabi Dar (BJP) Mohammad Ayoub Sheikh (JKNPP) Mohd Amin Bhat (Samaj Wadi Party) and Abdul Bary Naik (Independent) In Devsar Assembly constituency eight candidates are in fray including Peerzada Gulam Ahmad (NC) Fayaz Ahmad Bhat (BJP) Mohammad Amin Bhat (INC) Mohammad Sartaj Madni (PDP) Mushtaq Ahmad Bhat (BSP) Asif Jeelani (AIFB) while Mudasir Rashid Mir and Nisar Ahmad Hajam are Independent In Gulabgarh Assembly constituency seven candidates are in fray including Bashir-Ud-Din (JKNPP) Pardeep Singh (BJP) Jawahar Singh (BSP) Shafiq-Ur-Rehman (PDP) Abdul Gani Malik (NC) Mumtaz Ahmed (INC) and Shaber Ahmed (IND) In Reasi Assembly Constituency 14 candidates are in the fray including Ajay Nanda (BJP) Om Parkash (CPI-M) Balwan Singh (JKNPP) Jagjiwan Lal (JKNC) Jugal Kishore (Congress) Karan Singh (BSP) and Anil Kumar Baldev Raj Sharma Bansi Lal Rano Devi Saraf Singh Karnail Singh Kuldeep Singh & Meenakshi Sharma -all Independent candidates In Gool Arnas Assembly Constituency 10 candidates are in the fray including Ajaz Ahmed Khan (Congress) Imtiyaz Ahmed Shan (PDP) Shiban (BSP) Shakeel Ahmed (JKNPP) Shamshad Bano (NC) Kuldeep Raj Dubey (BJP) and Arjun Singh Romail Singh Abdul Rehman & Gulzar Ahmed Wani as Independent In Udhampur Assembly Constituency 10 candidates are in fray including Ashok Kumar Gupta (INC) Balwant Singh Mankotia (J&KNPP) Pawan Khajuria (BJP) Ranjit Singh (BSP) Sukhdev Sharma (J&K PDP) Sunil Verma (J&K NC) Dharam Paul (Hindustan Janta Party) while Anil Khajuria Pawan Kumar Gupta and Soma are Independent candidates In Chenani (SC) Assembly Constituency 7 candidates are in the fray including Dhani Ram Atri (JKNPP) Dina Nath (BJP) Sansar Chand (J&K NC) Krishan Chander (INC) Mohinder Kumar (BSP) Hans Raj (PDP) and Pushpa Devi (SP) In Ramnagar Assembly Constituency 6 candidates are in the fray including Raj Kapoor (J&K NC) Ranbir Singh Pathania (BJP) Prof Sukham Chand (BSP) Vinod Kumar Sharma (INC) Harsh Dev Singh (J&KNPP) and Sanju Kumar (Independent) In Surankote Assembly Constituency 10 candidates are in the fray including Ch Mohd Akram (INC) Mohd Taj Khan (BJP) Naseer-Ul-Islam Ahmed (BSP) Ashfaq Rana (JKNPP) Iqbal Hussain Shah (PDP) Mushtaq Ahmed Shah (JKNC) Javid Ahmed (All India forward block) Ayaz Ahmed Mughal Mohammad Shah and Mohd Sadiq Qureshi (all Independents) In Mendhar Assembly Constituency 11 candidates are in the fray including Javed Ahmed Rana (J&K NC) Zulfqar Hussain Khan (BJP) Mohd Shafeeq Khan (BSP) Mohd Tariq Khan (J&KNPP) Mohd Mahroof Khan (J&KPDP) Murtaza Ahmed Khan (INC) Mushtaq Ahmed (Pir Panjal Awami Party) Abdul Majeed Chowan Mohd Sharief Khan Nisar Ahmed Khan and Nisar Hussain Shah (all Independents) In Haveli Assembly Constituency 10 candidates are in the fray including Ashfaq Ahmed (BSP) Ajaz Ahmed Jan (NC) Ch Bashir Ahmed Naz (INC) Pardeep Sharma (BJP) Shah Mohd Tantray (PDP) Mohd Rashid (JKNPP) Mohd Younis (J&K Pir Panjal Awami Party) Javid Iqbal Reshi Chaudhary Abdul Ghani and Mohd Kabir Qureshi (all Independents) PTI Seoul South Korea: US Ambassador Mark Lippert was in stable condition after a man screaming demands for a unified North and South Korea slashed him on the face and wrist with a knife South Korean police and US officials said Thursday Media images showed a stunned-looking Lippert examining his blood-covered left hand and holding his right hand over a cut on the right side of his face his pink tie splattered with blood The US State Department condemned the attack which happened at a performing arts center in downtown Seoul as the ambassador was preparing for a lecture about prospects for peace on the divided Korean Peninsula and said Lippert’s injuries weren’t life threatening The US Embassy later said Lippert was in stable condition after surgery at a Seoul hospital Photos showed a gash on Lippert’s face starting under his right cheekbone and extending diagonally across his cheek toward his jawbone The attack will shock many outsiders because the United States is South Korea’s closest ally its military protector and a big trading partner and cultural influence But the reported comments of the suspect 55-year-old Kim Ki-jong during the attack — "South and North Korea should be reunified" — touch on a deep political divide in South Korea over the still-fresh legacy of the 1950-53 Korean War which is still technically ongoing because it ended in an armistice not a peace treaty Some South Koreans blame the presence of 28500 US troops stationed in the South as a deterrent to the North for the continuing split of the Korean Peninsula along the world’s most heavily armed border — a view North Korea’s propaganda machine regularly pushes in state media US Ambassador Mark Lippert was in stable condition after a man screaming demands for a unified North and South Korea slashed him on the face and wrist with a knife AP The attack came suddenly witnesses said A knife-wielding man ran screaming up to Lippert as soup was being served for the breakfast meeting and began slashing said Kim Young-man spokesman for the group hosting the breakfast the Korean Council for Reconciliation and Cooperation A separate unidentified witness told local media that as Lippert stood up for a handshake the suspect wrestled the ambassador to the ground and slashed him with a knife Yonhap TV showed men in suits and ties piled on top of the attacker who was dressed in a modern version of the traditional Korean hanbok and Lippert later being rushed to a police car with a blood-soaked handkerchief pressed to his cheek The suspect also shouted anti-war slogans after he was detained police said They said the knife was about 25 centimeters long (10 inches) A direct attack on a senior US official is unusual but it represents a thread in South Korean society of sometimes extreme protests on both sides of the political divide Regular small to medium-sized demonstrations often by activists seen as professional protesters occur across Seoul often either by anti-US liberals who support closer reconciliation with the North or pro-government conservative groups who support the US and loathe Pyongyang Violence sometimes breaks out at the protests Scuffles with police and the burning of effigies of North Korean and Japanese leaders are common Demonstrators sometimes severe their own fingers throw bodily fluids at embassies and try to self-immolate In 2008 hundreds of thousands took to the streets to protest US beef imports after a mad cow scare in America Both sides of the divide also protest regularly against archrival Japan which colonized Korea in the early 20th century over territorial and history disputes True to form conservative civic groups planned to hold rallies later Thursday to condemn the attack on the ambassador The suspect in the attack appeared to be well-known in Seoul for his willingness to use violence to highlight his grievances A police official speaking on condition of anonymity because the investigation was still happening said the suspect in 2010 threw a piece of concrete at the Japanese ambassador in Seoul South Korean media reported that Kim Ki-jong was later sentenced to a three-year suspended prison term over the attack Kim who was protesting Japan’s claim to small disputed islands that are occupied by South Korea missed the ambassador with the concrete and hit his secretary instead the reports said Kim also reportedly tried to set himself on fire with gasoline while protesting in front of the presidential Blue House in October 2007 He was demanding a government investigation into an alleged 1988 rape in Kim’s office according to news reports South Korea’s Foreign Ministry released a statement condemning the attack and vowing a thorough investigation and strengthened protection of embassies South Korean President Park Geun-hye who is on a Middle East tour said in a statement that what happened was "not only a physical attack on the US ambassador in South Korea but also an attack on the Korea-US alliance and we will not tolerate it" The suspect on Thursday also reportedly made mention of something that anti-US protesters in Seoul have recently demonstrated against: annual US-South Korean military exercises that North Korea says are preparation for an invasion Seoul and Washington say the drills which will run until the end of April are defensive and routine North Korea each year reacts with fury to the drills which the impoverished country is forced to respond to with drills and weapons tests of its own In 2013 it threatened nuclear strikes on Washington and Seoul and on the first day of this year’s drills Monday it test-fired short range missiles in a demonstration of anger Lippert 42 became ambassador in October of last year and has been a regular presence on social media and in speeches and presentations during his time in Seoul His wife gave birth here and the couple gave their son a Korean middle name Lippert was formerly the US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian Affairs and a foreign policy aide to President Barack Obama when Obama was a US senator Obama called Lippert after the attack to express his prayers for a speedy recovery the White House said "We strongly condemn this act of violence" State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said She had no other details Associated Press “We have done everything possible to get to the final. 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