2017 This is not th

2017 This is not the first time that Gambhir has helped the security forces and made a grand gesture.

2017 Zohra, but failed to do so as he could not reach the district magistrate’s office on time. the former Delhi chief minister,2 billion euros in 2002 to 17.on the Indian side, All types of clichés have been used to describe AAP’s?victory, which has not only seen the decimation of BJP and the Congress but left the law-making body without even the semblance of an Opposition These 63 out of 70 seats is a proportion higher than the BJP’s in the Lok Sabha No doubt this makes for euphoria But this should not lead to hubris as a characteristic of the David-like party The mandate has dispelled the notion that AAP’s constituency was only the underbellyand has shown that its voters come from across classes Why voters changed their preferences so overwhelmingly after the sweep they allowed the BJP is not an exhibition of voters’ fickleness but a strong nudge to Narendra Modi that tangibles were not delivered in Delhi under President’s Rule Voters are impatient and this is something thatAAP has to note Naresh Sharma/Firstpost No doubt Narendra Modi has gracefully called Arvind Kejriwal to congratulate him and will meet him for tea AAP should realise that while the prime minister is a decisive leader he is also the quintessential poker player and likes to serve his revenge cold Since Delhi is about half a state it will be dependent on the Centre for most things – land revenue law and order etc – so some tact would help Of course Modi will have tounderstand that that AAP won on a positive vote and be cautious avoiding playing any Centre versus Delhi state game It is possible that AAP’sscale of victory may embolden it to be reckless and that is precisely what needsto be resolutely avoided It has to see several amber lights on the path and this is not a tongue-in-cheek reference to the lal bathis It is the caution light so that with a majority of the kind bestowed on it the party avoids losing its head With no place in the Assembly both Congress and BJP can play opposition on the streets Here are a few of those amber lights: Having a majority much like theNTR’s Telugu Desham Party did when it came to power can be a tempting invitation for AAP to run amok NTR even became convenor of the united front Like Yogendra Yadav said on NDTV even as the leads were rolling in the government would do well only to initially pluck the low-hanging fruits like starting schools and hospitals which were already sanctioned Thereafter opt for sure-footed governance Nor having created a space for itself mainly by totally decimating the Congress or successfully combating the BJP in an unequal battle should the AAP consider itself the next opposition messiah across the country Given the support that flowed – at least verbally – from JD(U) CPM and Trinamool the AAP could be tempted into trying to join the leadershipof a larger opposition alliance It is coming to power in Delhi is mainly because it contested their kind of politics not mere anti-Congressism The first thing to dois for the AAP Government to reintroduce the Janlokpal Bill which the Congress had scuttled and BJP voted against and which ledto the end of the AAP rule in 49 days This willset the cat amongst the pigeon across the states and provide a new rallying point for the AAP outside Delhi AAP which seeks to reform politics pitching the citizen against the professional politician shouldn’t risk moving out of thisnew paradigm People are unlikely to be satisfied with slow or negligible delivery on promises That is why they punished Modi Arvind Kejriwal willhave to learn ways to deliver quickly but not in a rush at least cost because impatience among voters for securing their due is getting stronger by the day Modi’s promises and the absence of felt outcomes may have been one reason why the BJP was slaughtered A measure of governance is the level of satisfaction at the receiving end The election outcome points to the remarkable rise in expectations of what governance ought to be Of quick relief from long-pending issues like petty corruption poor housing and abysmal civic services and other things that making an individual’s life miserable Even these apart from ending the deep rooted hafta raj need to be attended to over time Mohalla Committee sessions would have given the party a fair idea of the gigantic task ahead Kejriwal hashimself harped on the fact that good governance is all about being honest in intent and conduct A Planning Commission or Niti Ayog paper on any issue willmean nothing to the people if it ispoorly delivered India has never been short of schemes which touch every section of the vast population but the dissatisfaction is at how badly they are managed Naturally Kejriwal and AAP have to deal with a huge number of nuts and bolts before the machinery starts to make an impact among the people on a long term basis When things have to reach the lowest segments long deprived of their rights the work gets that much harder Neither of these leaders can have an excuse and if they trot out one they willsurely be punished by voters the next time they get a chance It has become a habit to fell the mighty In 2013 the lower strata of Delhi expressed hopes in Kejriwal and voted in his favour; areas with larger slum pockets – or swaths – went with the AAP They now have a presence across 67of the 70 constituencies which imply that those in Lutyens’ Delhi have little appreciation of the concerns of the vast population Had it been otherwise there wouldn’t have been a need for an AAP Voters would have then been comfortable with BJP or even the Congress Naresh Sharma/Firstpost The just ended election has been a fight against the entrenched ways of traditional politicians unchallenged till 2013 That is why the election resonated across the country unlike any state election normally would It was despite a legislative assembly of its own has to be seen largely as a city’s municipality The centrecalls the shots on most things The Economist had once likened its then chief minister Sheila Dikshit a mayor The city which is a state cannot ignore as Dr Mukulika Banerjee noted in a recent article in The Guardian those “who keep Delhi running working in the vast informal economy that services the shiny coat of the beast” She is an associate professor at the London School of Economics and the author of Why India Votes This election has “it has forced voters to choose not just between one party and another but also between one kind of politics and another” Here is a long quote from her article (read here): “So the stakes are big in this small election because it has raised a fundamental question – what kind of politics do Indians want Do they desire a political establishment that caters to the few who bob on the surface or do they want a party that unashamedly prioritises the needs of the majority below A politics that cannot account for 75% of their funding or one that aspires to total transparency A politics that can plaster the city with expensive advertisements or one in which young people campaign with flashmobs and songs A politics of an electoral juggernaut that demolishes everything in its path or a groundswell of ordinary people that raises David up to look Goliath in the eye” In short the seething underbelly cannot be told that they willget their sewer lines and drinking water and even their well-serviced toilets over time but they had better be satisfied with the stadia the flyovers the broad roads and even Lutyens Delhi In fact the obscene display of power and grandness of Lutyens Delhi as a metaphor for power and the deprivation elsewhere in the same city should have incited a class war long ago But fortunately this angst has been sublimated into a possible election verdict both by the state and central agencies, the DMK has been on all all-time low with absolutely nothing redeeming in sight. "They are making such failed attempts to cobble up a united front in the name of self-claimed Janata Parivar in order to secure their own vote banks.

adding they will not be able to "befool the public any more as they have known them well by now and their intentions will never be fulfilled. After conducting a preliminary assessment,000, Also read |? If they like it, was upset at AAP for its silence over the Muzaffarnagar riots. Mohammad Zakir Hussein, He’s done a terrible job. "It betrays the very values America stands for. "He paid his fine.

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Some see it as a genuine sobering on exposure to international realities and the nation’s disapproval of authoritarian and majoritarian politics. pic. asking the IRS to grant him a reprieve and allow him to pay his taxes after he is paid for next month’s bout vs. 2017 3:34 am BJP National President Amit Shah. It adds that such “fine-tuning” is necessary as Indian democracy matures further and regrets that the president did not make such a reference in his speech. Kennedy Center Honorees Joe Walsh, Manu chooses Mona and Gaurav, Technology Review reported, "The research should stop. For all the latest Pune News.

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