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In one minor addition to 2014 World Cup rules,united fronts?which includes unifying the working class building fronts against globalisationreligious fascism and repression The third is military tasks or urban militiawhich will initially complement rural armed strugglelike arranging logistic supportinfiltrating enemy organisations and recruiting the urban youth for jungle warfare Pune-Ahmedabad corridor on target The document suggests Maoist plans of urban work in the Pune-Ahmedabad corridor that covers other big cities and towns like MumbaiNavi MumbaiThaneNashikSurat and Vadodara Maoists consider these areas to be more industrialised and urbanisedwith a diversified working class who have migrated from different parts of the country According to a senior intelligence officerMaoists are losing their support-base in their usual domains and are looking towards the cities They look at Pune in a special way because it is an educational and cultural hubhaving a healthy ever-growing population of students and youngsters belonging to varied financial backgrounds Besidesthere is also a considerable number of labourers in the cityalong with big slum areas Maoists target these sections of people and try to penetrate the intellectual groupsparticularly those coming from poor and backward classes They see them as potential recruits for spreading their movement in urban beltsthe intelligence officer had saidadding that as per their intelligence inputsMaoists were targeting the newly created urban areas like Sangli and Kolhapur Investigation had revealed that CPI(Maoist) formed the golden corridor committee especially to work in the urban areas of western Maharashtra Angelawho was arrested in April 2011was operating from Pune As per the documentother urban centres on the Maoist radar are Delhibeing the national capitalBangalorethe IT capital of countryChennaia major industrial hub in the souththe Coimbatore-Erode beltKolkataa major urban centre in northeastern IndiaHyderabadVisakhapatnam and cities in central India and the Gangetic plain On May 30Sushilkumar Shinde said? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: March 25, Indian,000 crore.t go with the spirit of the court order, he said The court had earlier rejected the governments contention that public opinion on the BRT corridor was positive It held that a study on its feasibility should be conducted afresh For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIn one stroke of the pen Pakistan Supreme Court has sent the country hurtling down the path to political instability The import of Friday’s event will redefine parliamentary democracy in Pakistan for years to come Five learned judges in a unanimous decision have removed an elected prime minister from the post even though he has not been convicted of any crime This is as close to ‘legal’ coup d’état as possibleFormer Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif AFP Reports say that Nawaz’s brother Shehbaz Sharif will take over That hardly matters What we are seeing now is a total erosion of civilian authority in Pakistan and the germination of this deadly game lies in the fact that Nawaz Sharif made the cardinal error of trying to challenge the army’s authority This is the culmination of a chain of events which started when Nawaz asked the military in an extraordinary meeting to rein in the terrorists or face international opprobrium Nobody has forgotten the ‘Dawn Leaks’ aftermath No one will say it publicly of course Political discourse right now in Pakistan is an unconvincing show of probity But a country where members of both civilian government and military establishment are equally corrupt yet the law is invoked selectively against elected politicians while generals charged with even treason are allowed to fly abroad the lines between political and legal remain blurred and obscure Despite the hype surrounding the Panama Papers case the charges against Sharif and his entire clan (daughter Maryam sons Hussain Hasan and even son-in-law Captain Safdar) are yet to be conclusively proved The Supreme Court while deposing the PM has simultaneously asked the country’s National Accountability Bureau to further probe the case and ordered pronouncement of judgement within a month If levelling of charges is reason enough to depose the head of an elected government it signifies a further erosion of civilian authority in Pakistan in respect of not just the military establishment but also the judiciary In fact enough murmurs are rising about powerful generals whose formidable presence marked the entire length of the high-profile case having worked behind the scenes to influence the court decision If true it suggests a dangerous collusion of power between Pakistan’s military-judicial establishment and further shrinking of civilian administration Judicial coup is nothing new in Pakistan Rights activists like Asma Jahangir suggest that such a military-judicial collusion may exist Speaking to Deutsche Welle she posed: "how has the judiciary become so independent all of a sudden Maybe it is not a relevant question but it is something that people will be asking… You can’t see this Panama Papers case in isolation There is a history of opposition demonstrations (by Imran Khan’s party) behind it and it is apparent that the strings are being moved from somewhere" hinting at military involvement The army in Pakistan is perceived as the "keeper of its border and conscience" and generals are painted as testosterone-fuelled macho protagonists of truth and power who are above the humdrum of legal or judicial scrutiny Today’s verdict will further centralise the power in their hands For the political establishment these are uncertain times Sharif’s daughter groomed to take up his role is putting up a brave face but Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is likely to witness internal dissent Its grip over Punjab province may loosen if there are snap elections Among rivals who are licking their chops Imran Khan who has been sniping at Sharif and his family’s heels for a number of years has emerged as the earliest political beneficiary Speaking to the media after the verdict he could hardly contain his excitement "What the JIT did in 60 days could not have been done even in the West… With this investigation it is quite clear that we have the capability to put a check on corruption The Supreme Court has proven that today… Everyone will be held accountable now This is the beginning" he was quoted as saying by Geo TV Yet few would be convinced by his moral posturing The sad truth is when it comes to probity in public life there is little to choose between Nawaz the man who has been deposed as prime minister on Friday or Imran who is now positioning himself as the champion of morality Earlier this year Khan’s residence in Islamabad’s tony Bani Gala area was one among 122 constructions declared "illegal" by the Capital Development Authority (CDA) and the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration Questions were raised on the money trail surrounding Khan’s property and the Supreme Court had issued a notice against the cricketer-turned-politician when his counsel informed the court that Imran’s former wife Jemima had "gifted the land to him verbally" Amid this murky situation any claims of probity in public life are unlikely to cut much ice But Friday’s verdict carries deeper portends for the future of Pakistan as a parliamentary democracy where its executive and civil administration has frequently been undermined by the all-powerful military which had ruled the country for almost half of its 69-year-old existence The developments also go against India’s interests Nawaz was perceived as a ‘dove’ by Rawalpindi generals and Islamist hardliners He had tried to normalise relationship with India and had bet on improving trade relations and bringing Pakistan’s economy back on track These developments generated deep suspicion among Rawalpindi khakis who suspected that Sharif is trying to undermine their authority and end their rent-seeking opportunities The ‘Dawn Leak’ didn’t help matters These were "unpardonable sins" in the army’s lexicon and the generals who have traditionally decided the country’s fate and policy direction have wrested back the control Game over Written by Express News Service | Published: May 4 2012 2:38 am Top News Underlining the need to develop and sustain successful healthcare modelsSymbiosis Institute of Health Sciences (SIHS) will conduct a two-day national seminar on hospitalshealthcaremedico-legal systems and clinical research from Friday As part of the eventa pre-conference symposium Successful Healthcare Models has been plannedand experts from the healthcare industry are expected to attend itsaid Dr Rajiv YeravdekardirectorSIHS The highlight of the seminar will be a talk on healthcare marketing and brand building and Dr B S Nagaonkarassistant directorHealth ServicesMaharashtrawill throw light on the Public-Private Partnership model Dr Giridhar J Gyanisecretary generalQCIwill speak about quality and accreditation Dr Vikram ChhatwaldirectorMedi Assistwill talk about transforming healthcare with IT across various sectors The topicLegal Aspects of Healthcarewill be discussed by Dr Gopinath N Shenoymedico-legal consultant Dr Sundeep SalvidirectorChest Research Foundation will speak on research methodologies while Dr Vaman Khadilkarpaediatric and adolescent endocrinologistJehangir Hospital will talk about Medical Writing in Clinical Research Lt Gen (Retd) Dr Madhawa Tutakneadvisormedical projectsSymbiosis will chair the event The valedictory ceremony will be attended by Dr Nata MenabdeWHO Representative to Indiawhile Advocate Ram Jethmalaniformer Union Law Ministerwill be present For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rohan Swamy | Published: July 12 2012 12:46 am Top News In JanuaryMadhura Khirechoreographer and head dancer of the Pune-based Pathfinder Dance Groupsent the bio-dataphotos and videos of her troupe to the selectors of the prestigious World Dance and Music Festival in Japan Come AugustKhire and her troupe will be packing their bags for Japan It is a huge honour that we have got an opportunity to perform there? not when the club announces it has been signed, It looked as though Smashers would run away with it as Freitas and Kim were to play the last two matches for the Smashers. 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