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Khalid was invited to the Ramjas seminar to deliver a talk on the ‘war in Adivasi areas’.This is an exceptional accusation one that is being levelled not just by the known contemporaries of India’s anti-establishment politics (like Khalid) but by a wider section of India’s young newly-educated socially-mobile politically-conscious and tightly-bound student community that staunchly believes in notions of a liberal democracy They are the ones exposed to the diverse sentimentalities of a globalised world – thanks to the internet and social media – and remain far from conceding what they believe are inalienable rights under a democracy The Ramjas assault appears to have throttled this unique community of students to action the ones who refuse to stand down in the face of coercive subversion while not identifying with mainstream political leanings Fatima Nafees mother of JNU student Najeeb who went missing on 15 October after an alleged confrontation with ABVP members Image courtesy: Angshuman Choudhury Arguably the assault in Ramjas was as unique as the resistance that has followed Never before had self-declared footsoldiers of Indian nationalism violently invaded a university space like they did on 21 and 22 February Similarly never before (at least in recent memory) had so many students put themselves on the frontlines of resistance beyond the binaries of mainstream ‘Left vs Right’ politics Many in their public accounts of what happened during the assault have made it a point to highlight the fact that they hold no affiliations to any party This is an extraordinary development in itself as it indicates a qualitative expansion of the popular demand for democracy something that once was the monopoly of established partisan and activist groups “The spectrum of participation from the students’ community in popular resistance has undoubtedly broadened in the past three years The Occupy UGC and JNU protests are cases-in-point While the UPA government too faced popular resistance the organised violence that the Sangh is employing has only made the opposition to the current government sharper and broader But the point here is that the protests won’t vanish once the BJP is removed from power simply because the counter-narrative is about larger issues like democratising our university spaces and restoring our fundamental rights” argues Kavita Krishnan President of All India Progressive Womens’ Association (AIPWA) Abinash a student of Ramjas and one of the organisers of the controversial seminar says “A large number of students are dropping their ‘neutrality’ and coming out to take a stance against ABVP’s goondaism That in itself is a tangible success for our movement" Amongst the din of slogans and cries for justice one thing remains amply clear —a large number of students and professors are direly unhappy about the state of affairs in this country in a way that is non-negotiable and absolute: they have begun to wholly refute the idea that this government can be an ally in the agenda for progressive and inclusive education In a way this points towards a gradual breakdown of communication between the state and a large section of the civil society "This government has done zilch for me and my son If it had taken proper action I would not have been standing here today wailing my heart out” says Fatima Nafees mother of JNU student Najeeb who went missing on 15 October after an alleged confrontation with ABVP members The feeling of being deprived of justice doesn’t go un-manifested in most cases It appears in some form or the other at some point of time While the government might not actually be delivering a clearly drawn-out agenda of undemocratic repression the events of the past two years – especially in university campuses – tell a story of justice denied grievances unresolved and dialogues postponed The question remains – will the government reign in its forces of subversion and engage better before half of India’s young population is rendered permanently disgruntled and despondent That is indeed for time to tell Written by Alifiya Khan | Pune | Published: August 18 2017 6:30 am Samruddhi Ghogare now seven requires a prosthetic leg every couple of years Express Related News It took four years and innumerable court visits Seven-year-old Samruddhi Ghogare who lost her left leg in an accident involving a PMPML bus driver on May 1 2013 has finally got justice The victim’s father who had filed a case of negligence against the driver and the civic body said he received a compensation of Rs 32 lakh last week three months after the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (MACT) ruled in the former’s favour The girl was less than three years old when the accident took place She was waiting with her mother Rajashri at a bus stop in Ramtekdi when PMPML bus driver Vikas Gawade who had lost control of the vehicle crashed into the stop The girl’s left leg got stuck between the bus and the railing of the stop resulting in severe injuries It had to be amputated Her father Satyappa said while PMPML paid the hospital bills immediately after the accident they refused to pay any post-operative cost including prosthetic legs “She requires a prosthetic leg every couple of years As her height weight and structure changes we have to change the prosthetic leg We are a lower middle-class family and she is our only child we couldn’t see her suffer So we decided to move the tribunal for compensation” he said Represented by advocate Vikas Shinde Satyappa filed an application in September 2013 and after four years justice finally came when in May this year the tribunal found the driver guilty of negligence and rash driving approving the family’s claim against the driver and PMPML for compensation Relying on the testimony that an artificial prosthesis/limb would have to be replaced every three years and also inflationary factors the tribunal awarded an amount of Rs 15 lakh towards prosthesis Rs 3 lakh each for loss of comfort and pain; and Rs 9 lakh for suffering and effect on future matrimonial prospects Another Rs 25000 each was awarded towards conveyance and special food parents had to arrange A sum total of Rs 245 lakh along with 9 per cent interest from the date of application was received by the Ghogares last week “Two-thirds of it has been put in a FD account by the order of the tribunal and one-third into my account towards her medical expenses” Satyappa said While the money wouldn’t take away the little girl’s suffering it can make her life easier and more secure said her father The girl who is now in Class I needs an immediate operation which the money would help pay for “There is a small bone which is protruding near the point where her leg has been amputated It pains at times when she wears the prosthesis and the surgeon said we have to get it operated We didn’t have any other children as we wanted to give the best we can to her I worried about her future given our financial condition but at least financially she is secure now” her father said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Balvinder | Chandigarh | Published: September 17 2017 2:57 am SP Arora retired Haryana State Civil Servant and now a busy advocate at the Punjab and Haryana High Court with art work of Nek Chand at his house Top News “IT was even before I met Nek Chand in person in the mid-eighties that I had developed an affinity with this great soul Maybe because I though no match to his iconic personality too had started my life’s tough journey from a very humble position like him No wonder I used to visit the Rock Garden a wondrous art creation whenever I could steal some free moments from my rather hectic schedules at the nearby High Court And I must admit that to date my every visit to this Mecca of art fills me with an inspiration to work hard and be humble” recalls SP Arora a retired Haryana State Civil Servant and now a busy advocate at the Punjab and Haryana High Court It was after his first meeting with Nek Chand in his hut his office-cum-meditating sanctuary that Arora became his instant and ardent admirer “The warm welcome to his spiritual abode was bereft of any pretentions or airs” says Arora Since Arora later had the privilege to work on various important administrative positions with the Chandigarh Administration including as Director Public Relations and Tourism and Estate Officer he started getting frequent opportunities to interact with Nek Chand It was during these days of intellectual bonding that Nek Chand gave a few of his art creations as mementoes to decorate Arora’s home in Sector 7 Chandigarh There are so many people here in Chandigarh alone who have Rock Garden related art works with them that the benevolent Nek Chand had presented to them rather fondly No wonder all these people keep these art works with both care and respect and have made them an important part of their homes and hearts Arora has preserved these precious art works in a unique manner While three life-sized figures adorn the entrance to his home he has given a place of pride to a small memento made of clay beads in his puja room “Nek Chand’s creations in my home always remind me of his awe- inspiring humility The way he crafted with great skill a highly artistic ambiance out of an unused vacant space and waste material is unimaginable What is more surprising than that is the fact that his international recognition did not go to his head That makes him an exalted person of unparalleled modesty and artistic might” shares Arora Beginning his daily routine with a salutation to Nek Chand’s creations inspires Arora to keep his feet firmly on the ground “I like everybody else miss his physical presence a lot But his valuable gift apart from the personal ones that he gave the city in the form of the Rock Garden fill his vacuum virtually and rockingly well” sums up Arora The writer is a former principal of Government College in Sector 11 Chandigarh For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top News Rahul, And all this happened in the context of years of Bengali nationalist political mobilisation in Bangladesh.

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