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Noting that any communal activity hits the women worst,Oza asked whether the women of this country would approve of aperson like Modi Raising the recent ticket distribution controversyinvolving senior BJP leaders like LK Advani Murli ManoharJoshi and Jaswant Singh Oza said that the nation has nowbecome BJP-free as hoardings of the main Opposition party hasonly Modi as face and no mention of the party "BJP have many faces like Ravana On one hand they aredenying this slogan on the other hand a Minister of MadhyaPradesh government Kailash Vijay Verghia says we does not careif public sentiments are hurt "In spite of the fact that Shankaracharya said that weshould not compare Modi with the God Vijay Verghia went on toadd that since this slogan has become popular they will usethe same" Oza said regarding the slogan She also hit out at the BJP over the inclusion of Sri RamSene chief Pramod Muthalik in the party and alleged thatpeople like him "are the real face of BJP" "Everyone knows what Muthalik is known for The incidentsof Mangalore are known to everyone and the way the women weretreated and that how many cases he has against him" Oza said "There were around 54 cases which the BJP governmenttried to withdraw when they were in power The personalitieslike Pramod Muthalik are the real face of BJP "Actions of people like Muthaliks reflects the ideologyof BJP or the RSS where they clearly try to be moral policethe women folk of this country This is what the ideology whatthey stand for and by taking a U-turn they are just trying toput a mask on the real face That is the mask that the BJP hasbeen putting time and again to mislead this country" Ozasaid Taking a jibe at the internal war within BJP she said"as Modi finished everyone within the BJP in Gujarat thesyndrome is now showing up in the national capital "It is visible in the cases of Advani Jaswant Singh? 2013 5:18 pm Related News Choreographer-turned-director Prabhudheva, will play wildcard Karunuday Singh in the first round.” said Nitin. However,Although there is no record of the Adarsh land in the Military Land Records,where others youngsters like him are doing their bit to promote the language and culture. The announcement last month that Nasheed had been arrested on terrorism charges brought thousands onto the streets of Male,bole,we have paid compensation to farmers. Both Sharma and Behlhoweversaid efforts were on to resolve the issue The Deputy CM has announced in the state legislature that the project has been stopped temporarily Once things normalisewe will try to find a way out?

We helped panchayats understand that their decision was binding on the government. Panipat etc. but grossly neglected this district rendering us a backward people Both Muslim and rural areas have been deprived of development and basic amenities" complained 21-year old Luqman Khan “It was only during Chautala’s regime that some initiatives like drinking water etc were taken up but got shelved by the next government So INLD should be back" he added Mewat is the 20th of the 21 districts of Haryana which was carved out from erstwhile Gurgaon and Hathin blocks It has a population of 1089 lakh (Census 2011) dominated by Meos who predominantly practice agriculture and animal husbandry New Delhi: Triple talaq is neither integral to Islam nor a "majority versus minority" issue but rather an "intra-community tussle" between Muslim men and deprived women the Centre on Wednesday told the Supreme Court Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi in his rebuttal to the arguments favouring the 1400 year-old practice of tripletalaq made a strong pitch for judicial scrutiny on grounds including violation of fundamental rights like right toequality and gender justice and said that the apex court cannot shy away A five-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice JS Khehar asked the Centre as to why it did not legislate to regulate marriages and divorce among Muslims "You (Centre) said if court quashes triple talaq then you will make a law but why the government did not make a law for last 60 years" the bench also comprising justices Kurian Joseph RF Nariman UU Lalit and Abdul Nazeer asked Rohatgi replied that the hallmark of a secular court was to reform without waiting for a legislation when such matters come to it "I will do what I have to do but the question is what will you (court) do I have given statement on instruction I speak for the government and can’t speak for parliament" he said reiterating that the top court was guardian of fundamental rights and has to see whether there was any violation of such rights" Earlier during the day the bench asked the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) whether a woman can be given an option of saying ‘no’ to triple talaq at the time of execution of ‘nikahnama’ (marriage contract) "Can it be made possible to give an option to a wife that she can say that she was agreeable to or not agreeable to it (triple talaq) Is it possible to pass a resolution to all ‘qazis’ to include this condition (giving right to woman to say ‘no’ to triple talaq) in ‘nikahnama’ Give an option to wife to say ‘no’ to triple talaq" the bench said Former Union minister and senior lawyer Kapil Sibal representing the AIMPLB said that he will respond to after talking to all the board members Rohatgi responding to Sibal and a battery of senior lawyers favouring triple talaq said even the core of religion has to be tested on the touchstone of fundamental rights Representative image AFP Referring to the responses of the AIMPLB he said that even they say that triple talaq was "undesirable" "sinful" but yet valid and wondered "then how it can be said to be integral to religion" He further said this time Muslim women have questioned the centuries-old "hegemony suffered by them at the hands of their male counterparts" of the community "The prism through which you see the case is not like majority versus minority but this is a case where it is an intra-community tussle between Muslim men and women This time Muslim women have questioned the centuries-old hegemony suffered by them at the hands of their male counterparts" Rohatgi said adding that the practice of triple talaq is a tussle between the "haves and have-nots" inside the community He said this fight is between men of Muslim community who are more powerful empowered and educated and women not so powerful not empowered and uneducated The court can fill up the void by judicial pronouncements if there is no law on a particular issue Rohatgi said adding the guidelines on sexual harassment at work place were framed by it in the Vishakha case Rohatgi referred to practises ‘sati’ infanticide ‘devdasi’ and untouchability among Hindus and said that they have been done away with "Did courts do it These were abolished by legislations" the bench asked "Then why do the court goes into issues like Vishaka The court can’t say that it is helpless and it cannot step in It is the guardian of fundamental right" Rohatgi replied He said that India is "secular country with a secular constitution" which has kept core of all religions intact but they are subject to fundamental rights "We had several religions after Partition There were people from over 600 princely states and tribes practising different faiths and religions The core of every religion was kept but they were made subject to fundamental rights" he said He said under Article 25 (right to practice religion) of Constitution even the core component of a religion can be tested on the grounds of fundamental rights "Rights given under Article 25 of Constitution cannot be considered as absolute" he said adding the court has to look into these aspects as a community cannot decide what is their fundamental rights Comparing practices in Islamic countries Rohatgi said that in 25 nations religion continued to strive even after abolishing triple talaq and hence this cannot be termed as "integral part of Islam" "What is optional cannot be under Article 25 and it cannot be considered as an essential part of religion If it had been integral part of religion then the religion will not remain religion in its original form but if it is optional then even if it is taken out the religion will remain the same" he said He said that if the right to religion went against the fundamental rights then it is the Constitution which will prevail over practices like triple talaq Sibal who started arguments on Wednesday referred to a Delhi High Court judgement and said that it was wrong in holding that all schools of thought termed ‘triple talaq’ as "sinful" The Supreme Court cannot be called upon to decide as to what was wrong or right with the practice and belief he said Referring to a judgement he went to the extent of saying that the personal law is a legitimate basis of discrimination AIMPLB also said that the court should not venture into the issue on its own as no one has approached it "Some persons have come to this court" the bench said Sibal said challenging the constitutional validity of triple talaq being practised by a small portion of community may revive the practice which is dying He said if a secular court like the Supreme Court decides to undertake suo motu (on its own) scrutiny of the issue with the Centre seeking a ban then the community may take a tough stand The Muslim community is like small birds on which golden eagle preys he said adding "the community’s nests must have the Supreme Court protection" Sibal said it is that faith with which the community is before the court Wednesday seeking protection of its personal law customs and practices "Our faith in this court for last 67 years is fundamental and with that faith we have come here" he said Wednesday was the fifth day of the hearing on a clutch of petitions challenging triple talaq polygamy and ‘nikah halala’ which is going on before a bench comprising members of different religious communities including Sikh Christian Parsi Hindu and Muslim Senior advocate Raju Ramachandran appearing for Jamiat Ulama-I-Hind Maharashtra said that issues raised in the petition were matters of legislative policy and ought not to be addressed by the court He referred to the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW) and said India had made an express reservation with regard to its policy of non-interference in the personal affairs of any community without its initiative and consent "The constitutional validity of personal law in our country cannot be tested on the oasis of enacted legislation of other countries" he said in his written submissions while questioning the arguments of the Centre and petitioners that triple talaq has been abolished in Islamic countries He said practice of triple talaq is considered a valid form of divorce by four out of the five Sunni schools "Even if this practice is undesirable my school tells me to do this" Ramachandran said During the hearing the bench asked Ramachandran "By registering a marriage under the Special Marriage Act a Muslim man opts out of polygamy Is that not un-Islamic" Responding to the query he said "To opt out of polygamy is not un-Islamic It (polygamy) is only an option which is available This is not compulsory" Senior advocate V Giri representing Jamiat-ulama-I-Hind said that Shariat was the law applicable to Muslims prior to the enactment of the Shariat Act "The Shariat has not been subsumed by the statute nor has the Shariat Act codified the Muslim personal law The Shariat Act has only statutorily declared that the Muslim personal law as a set of rules would govern the Muslims in India and that it is the Muslim personal law that would have overriding effect over any usage or custom to the contrary" he said in his written submission Giri however said that rights and duties of Muslims in India continue to be governed by the Muslim personal law and the Shariat Act has not substituted it nor has it provided for a different set of rights and obligations "The right under Article 25(1) to freely profess practice and propagate religion is a universal right that is guaranteed to every citizen to act in affirmation of his own faith This is the core of the secular nature of the Indian Constitution" he said The senior counsel also said it his written submission that it was "fallacious" for the petitioners to say or suggest that Talaq-i-Biddat does not have sanction of the holy Quran Meanwhile one of the counsel opposing the practice of triple talaq said the matter pending before the court was about women rights and to ensure gender justice The counsel said that consequential aspect of divorce also relates to the economic right of women and the court would have the consider it also Senior advocate Indira Jaising appearing for one of the petitioners told the bench that there were no Sharia courts in India as it is a secular country "The impact of divorce is civil and not a religious impact We are concerned with what the law is since 1950 We are not concerned about the past 1400 years" she said She also argued that once the state says this practice was discriminatory "this brings it under the ambit of court" Referring to Article 14 of the Constitution she said it provides for equality before law and this right is binding on even the "non-state actors" "Sharia does not give equal protection of law to Muslim men and Muslim women" she said Jaising also questioned the arguments that the matter was not within the jurisdiction of the court to decide "If personal law is not outside the jurisdiction of the state how it can be said that it is outside the jurisdiction of the court" she said adding "the matter was about supremacy of the Constitution" She said personal laws of any community can be challenged on the ground of violation of fundamental rights and every such challenge has to be tested on Constitution Srinagar: Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday brushed aside the Centre’s explanation on the alleged snooping of Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi asking why the Union Home Ministry did not come out with it immediately Former Jammu and Kashmir CM Omar Abdullah questioned both the government and Congress over the ‘snooping’ on Rahul Gandhi row AFP "If the explanation for the ‘snooping’ is correct then two questions – why didn’t MHA offer this explanation about 500+ profiles immediately" Omar who is working president of Opposition National Conference wrote on Twitter If the explanation 4 the "snooping" is correct then 2 questions – why didn’t MHA offer this explanation about 500+ profiles immediately 1/2 Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) March 16 2015 The Union Home Ministry had earlier said that the enquiries made by Delhi Police officials were "routine" carried out by the police for years and that the same had been done in the case of the Prime Minister the Home Minister and BJP chief Amit Shah veteran leader LK Advani and other senior opposition leaders like M Veerappa Moily Naresh Agarwal and K Chandrasekhar Rao Omar however also questioned if Congress had scored a "self goal" by trying to make an issue that had a simple explanation "Has the Congress managed to score a self goal by trying to make an issue out of something with a patently simple explanation" he wrote on the micro-blogging site And 2nd has the Congress managed to score a self goal by trying to make an issue out of something with a patently simple explanation 2/2 Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) March 16 2015 PTI Yangon- A Myanmar court has jailed two reporters for two months for defamation a newspaper editor said on Thursday in a case likely to raise concern about a reform programme after half a century of strict military rule The media in Myanmar has enjoyed sweeping freedoms since a semi-civilian government took power in 2011 but the Committee to Protect Journalists said recently that since then 10 journalists had been jailed and 19 were facing trial and Myanmar was the 10th worst jailor of media workers in 2014 Representational image IBN The Myanmar Post Journal said a court in Mon State had sentenced its chief editor Than Htike Thu and deputy chief reporter Hsan Moe Tun to the prison terms on Wednesday after a military representative to parliament had filed a complaint Thaw Naing the newspaper’s editor-in-charge told Reuters the military representative had complained he was misquoted in a report about the sharing of seats in parliament between civilians and military representatives The role of the military in parliament is sensitive with the party of opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi calling for constitutional changes that would essentially weaken the military’s legislative powers Thaw Naing said his journal stood by its report"We’ll open all legal avenues for the freedom of our men" he said Veteran journalist and patron of the Myanmar Journalists Association Pho Thaukya said he was dismayed by what he regarded as unusually harsh punishment for the reporters "It’s completely unacceptable at a time when the country is building democracy" he said The UN special rapporteur on human rights in Myanmar Yanghee Lee said in a statement this week that Myanmar had come a long way since its transition began but significant challenges remained "I am concerned that journalists are still being interrogated and arrested and that 10 journalists were imprisoned in 2014" she said "This needs to stop if Myanmar wants to create a meaningful democratic space" Reuters Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.octroi had been abolished in 1979 but the Mustaddis (the octroi cadre) were still around in 2002, 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