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We immediately called the family to inspect the body at the hospital and clothes at the police station, said an officer at Belapur police station ens For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsOn the same day when the Maharashtra government announced its decision to waive loans of farmers owning land up to five acres journalistP Sainathcriticised the agriculture policies of the current BJP-led NDA government the previous UPA governments of Congress as well as governments of states facing an agrarian crisis stating that farm loan waivers are not a solution Speaking in a live video streamingon YouTube on Sunday Sainath also said that agrarian crisis in India should not be assessed based on the events unfolded in the last few days in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh stating there are far bigger issues in Indian agriculture He also criticised Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Chouhan saying that he could have just taken action against those who opened fire instead of sitting on a fast File image of P Sainath Twitter @PSainath "The loan waiver issue started to be discussed in 2007 but relief is not an answer for it" Sainath said He added "My request to you is do not try to understand the agrarian crisis through episodic situations like the strike in Maharashtra Tamil Nadu or even the firing in Mandsaur These are manifestations of the crisis they are not the crisis" However Sainath said that what has happened in Maharashtra in the last two days is somewhat good A chief minister (Devendra Fadnavis) who had said that he won’t talk to the farmers is now taking measures by announcing loan waivers "Farmers will get a much better price and the issue of loan waiver will begin immediately If everything works out by 26 July well and good or the agitation will resume" Sainath said He also said that those outside the government should "try understanding the farm crisis through the lives of farmers agricultural labourers and those dependent on farming" "Amuch larger population is dependent on farming than farmers Try understanding it through their lives not through bogus numbers that are manipulated like the advertisements in Madhya Pradesh newspapers on the morning of Mandsaur firing" Sainath said on the larger issue of agrarian crisis Sainath also spoke of how the government evaded the responsibility of seeing that input costs were held in check "Every government the Manmohan Singh government his predecessors allowed corporations to run amokwith the price of seeds pesticides fertilisers Input prices have been relentlessly rising for two decades" he said Sainath spoke about how the cost of an unirrigated acre of cotton in Vidarbha in 2003 was Rs 4000 but it has risen to Rs 10000-15000 in 2017 The irrigated area of cotton on the other hand cost Rs 10000-Rs 12000 in 2003 which has risen to Rs 40000 in 2017 While the input cost has risen starkly the farmer’s earning has stagnated over the years the journalist said "It was loot and grab for the corporations in seed sector — a gouging of the farmers through skyrocketing input costs This is why the issue of prices for their produce is very central" said Sainath On farmer suicides Sainath said that the suicides were again another episode in the larger picture of agrarian crisis which has been an issue for the last two decades "A bulk of farmer debt is private debt They didn’t have accounts in their names and were excluded from waivers in their names" he said "When Sharad Pawar the agricultural minister during UPA era made the loan waiver policy and he knew what he was doing — who would benefit it— mostly unirrigated dry area farmers were left out of it Around 53 percent of the waiver went to six districts in western Maharashtra It is good that today’s farmer representatives compel the government to take note of this anomaly" Sainath said Sainath also slammed the government for routinely writing off lakhs of rupees of corporates every single year "There’s enough money to give Vijay Mallya but who gets the farm credit How many farmers take loans of Rs 10 crore" Sainath asked The journalist said that rising medical costs were an important cause of family deaths in rural areas "Apart from not earning as much as production costs this is another problem they have to deal with" Sainath added Sainath also demanded that the government call a special 10-day parliamentary session devoted to the agrarian crisis in India and to debate the recommendations of the Swaminathan Commission report "We should also keep one day to hear testimonies from farmers and widows of those who have committed suicides Input cost the price of milk and other things could be clearly discussed during such a session" Sainath added On criticism that he has been harsher on one government Sainath said "I have have been critical of the agrarian crisis in the 250 reports I have published on the issue in during the Congress rule just like I am doing now There has not been any gigantic difference between the UPA and BJP Considering the UPA has been longer in power a bulk of my criticisms seem against them" New Delhi: Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu said sports should be an integral part of everyone’s life and the Centre is in the process of include it in school curriculum M Venkaiah Naidu Image courtesy: Naresh Sharma He said the government will promote traditional sports like kabaddi and kho kho in the country and will also draw a road map in view of the task force constituted by the prime minister for the next Olympic games Referring to the prime minister’s Mann ki Baat radio programme in which Narendra Modi had emphasised on the importance of sports Naidu said the youth should be motivated to take up sports especially in school "I believe that to achieve excellence in sports efforts need to be given at each level from family and communities to schools regional academies states and national level" he said at DD Sports Conclave Sports improves physical and mental health and foster team spirit the Union information and broadcasting minister said adding movies made on lives of sportspersons go a long way in inspiring youth to take up sports On developing Varanasi as a smart city Naidu sought people’s participation and said the attitude that government will do everything cannot help in bringing change "For smart city project what is required is smart administration smart infrastructure and smart people who believe they are also stakeholders in the development arena I am positive that the energy and enthusiasm shown by the Uttar Pradesh government will help in transforming Varanasi into a smart city" he said Written by Pratik Kanjilal | Published: September 17 2017 12:09 am Lone crusader: Festschrift for Iyer published last year Related News Feroz Abbas Khan’s splendid musical the third iteration of Mughal-e-Azam produced by Shapoorji-Pallonji has amazed Delhi with live singing and sets brought in on 50 trucks manned by a crew 300-strong But an interesting aspect has been overlooked — by popular demand subtitles are provided Translations of the dialogue scroll down the walls just off the wings and they are required reading The Urdu of 1960 when the blockbuster premiered is no longer understood in the city of Mir and Ghalib Languages live in the ear If you don’t hear them regularly they vanish from memory The Urdu vocabulary has receded from popular cinema and everyday speech “Khat” used to be the common word for a letter; now it’s “chitthi” The “khwabgah” has yielded place to what property dealers call the “badroom” “Janab” lingers on only in the courtrooms of fussy judges On the street it has been replaced by the energetic “Oye” People in the capital hear very little Urdu in everyday life and are slowly forgetting the language Massive demographic change is also instrumental A city which was dominated by people from Punjab and Shahjanabad now has neighbourhoods where Tamil Bengali and Malayalam are commonly understood We celebrate the international diaspora but large countries have diasporas within too created by the internally displaced In Delhi the wavefronts of numerous internal diasporas meet They have changed the soul of the city generally for the better But the old lingua franca has suffered collateral damage With labour seeking mobility on par with capital the diaspora could become the default population entity About 40 million people claim Irish descent while Ireland’s population is just 47 million Between 1870 and 1970 27 million poor Italians struck out for the Americas in search of better lives The Tamils provide the biggest and oldest emigrant subcontinental diaspora and its geographical spread is vast Diasporas try to maintain their identity as they globalise Religious identity is easy — all it takes is a priest and subscriptions for the traditional festivals Holding on to culture is more difficult and literature especially so Essentially hieratic the literature of the diaspora is often maintained by lone heroic editors who are the lodestars of the firmament of their language but obscure outside it I met one of them last month with whom I have corresponded with for over a decade but never spoken with face to face A friend from Chennai took us to R Pathmanabha Iyer’s tiny council flat in the east London suburb of Plaistow It is an apartment made out of books You have to walk sideways like a crab between walls and towers of books Before you can sit down you have to move some stacks to make room Sitting down is disruptive since it displaces the literary matrix in Iyer’s mind which allows him to pull out from the gigantic library that is his home with marvellous accuracy books that he wants to talk about That day it was a book yet unwritten — Iyer is in search of a writer for a definitive volume on ‘Tambi’: Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu the pub-crawling Sri Lankan poetry editor of Fitzrovia who was once almost as influential as his model TS Eliot He was pleased when I recognised the name for not many do any more He looked at me speculatively for a moment No Not this not this… Tambimuttu (1915-1983) a Tamil from Jaffna burst upon London’s literary scene at the age of 23 when he founded Poetry-London a small publication which would become a driver of the modernist movement In a career spanning London and New York he published the top names of Beat — Allen Ginsberg Jack Kerouac Gregory Corso — apart from modernists like Katherine Raine Lawrence Durrell and Robin Skelton besides Vladimir Nabokov Shortly after the liberation war he introduced the world to Bangladeshi literature Colourful pub-crawling poet of Fitzrovia the famous creative district of London named for the long-defunct Fitzroy pub Tambimuttu died in 1983 after a fall in his Bloomsbury office Now obscure he is indeed in need of a chronicler From the heart of towering piles of books Iyer prestigidates early volumes of Poetry-London which Google Books would die to get their hands on One wonders how he will navigate his world when they are all gone as they will be His books are bound for the University of Toronto library to form an important resource for students of Tamil Since the Eighties Iyer has served as a bridge joining Sri Lankan and Indian Tamil literature He worked with the Lankan government before moving to the UK an economic refugee to work in a gas station Now 76 he is still a bridge spanning the Tamil world and is a hub of the Sri Lankan Tamil diaspora A few of them have gained fame like the rapper Mathangi Arulpragasam or MIA, where they live and what they do in Pakistan. These could be an excellent source of medical education for resident doctors and faculty of the institute and even other institutes of the country.

“The collection will be curated in the new museum in a manner so that the visitor can have a seamless learning experience of visiting the museum," said district administrator Ali Hossain. We are family and I know it is not his birthday today.

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