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On the whole,Life Partner may lack the hypebut this one springs a pleasant surprise It’s aimed at the families and that section of movie-going audience should take to it graduallywith a strong word of mouth The holidays in its opening weekend should help the film grow For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: February 5 2016 12:19 am Top News Few issues have generated as much intense debate in the Urdu press as the minority character of Aligarh Muslim University and Jamia Millia Islamia The Jamaat-e-Islami’s Daawat writes on February 1: “Once the Central government (the former UPA dispensation) took a stand on the minority character of the Aligarh Muslim University and submitted it before the court the law should have taken its course Why did the Modi government go back on it Obviously it wants to make it a political issue Otherwise it wouldn’t have expressed its view against the minority character before the Supreme Court through the attorney general and would have stood by its earlier stand… There’s no such case about Jamia in court Its minority character had been settled and acted upon in 2011… The issue is neither political nor legal and is a closed chapter A conspiracy is now underway to reopen it and an effort is being made to make it a political and legal issue” Hyderabad-based Rehnuma-e-Deccan in its January 24 editorial writes: “Every time the AMU’s minority character has been under threat admirers of its great services including all non-communal people of the country have raised their voice in protest There’s a need to look at the minority character with a view that it’s imperative for the sound health and good image of the country… This will ensure unity and mutual understanding a prosperous country and India’s image as a strong and healthy nation” Presidential Memory Describing the observations of President Pranab Mukherjee about the demolition of the Babri Masjid in his memoirs The Turbulent Years: 1980-96 as “a greatly courageous act” Sahafat in its editorial on January 30 writes: “The president has presented very bitter facts According to him the inability of then Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao to prevent the demolition of the mosque was his biggest failure… The demolition was an act of deception that had disappointed him The president says he could understand Rao’s sadness at the demolition as he had worked with him for many decades… [But] one cannot agree with the observation of the president because Rao was fully aware of the plan for demolition And it would not be wrong to say that in a way he himself was a part of this plan Therefore the talk about his sadness and disappointment doesn’t seem correct… many important Congress leaders have considered Rao responsible for the demolition” Jadeed Khabar on January 31 highlights the fact that “the president has not put only Rao in the dock… he has also criticised late Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi saying that getting the locks of the Babri Masjid opened on February 1 1986 was a wrong decision…” Shah’s Challenge Roznama Khabrain in an editorial on January 27 writes: “The question is whether Amit Shah has really provided strength to the BJP or has been crowned only because of PM Narendra Modi’s stubbornness The party’s internal situation is marked by turmoil Sushma Swaraj Vasundhara Raje Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Arun Jaitley are facing serious allegations of misdemeanour But Shah didn’t disturb anyone nor did he question them and instead chose to show the door to senior party leader Kirti Azad This posture of Shah made him tall in the eyes of the party People saw how the fear of the party’s image getting tarnished was overshadowed by the… efforts to save the ministers Therefore no leader of the party talked of removing Shah… despite the party’s drubbing in the Bihar assembly elections In fact his second coronation can even be seen as a reward for his steps in support of allegedly corrupt leaders… Shah’s big challenge in his second innings is to remove the perception inside and outside the party that it’s controlled by a small group” Siasat in its editorial on May 25 writes: “Despite his onerous responsibility for the forthcoming elections… Shah doesn’t seem to have learnt any lesson from the defeats in Delhi and Bihar nor has he tried to bring about any change in the party’s functioning… People have started getting disappointed by the performance of the NDA government… Modi’s popularity has decreased There are also differences within the party All this is bound to make Shah’s second innings more difficult” Compiled by Seema Chishti For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 28 2017 6:01 am Top News ATTEMPTS OF the Jawaharlal Nehru University administration to install CCTV cameras at the entrances to its hostels have been rejected by the JNU Students’ union (JNUSU) who termed the act “authoritarian” Mohit Pandey president of JNUSU said they found out about the move only after they saw some workers completing the wiring work at Brahmaputra Hostel “The hostel president warden and caretaker did not have any knowledge about this … The work has been halted and we have requested the hostel president to call a general body meeting as early as possible and reject this surveillance proposal Many other hostels have rejected installation of CCTV cameras” he said The university however said that they were only following court orders and CCTV cameras were being installed only at entrances and not inside the hostels “After the disappearance of Najeeb Ahmad from the campus the High Court had asked us why we don’t have CCTV cameras After that in a recent hearing the High Court once again told us to install CCTV cameras Hence we’re installing them in public spaces These cameras will only be placed at the entry of hostels not inside Besides we’re also installing them at all university gates and school areas Cameras have already been installed in three to four hostels but in two hostels students are refusing to allow it” said JNU Registrar Pramod Kumar The JNUSU secretary Satarupa Chakraborty alleged that no meeting of hostel associations had been called in the past year Meanwhile A Delhi court Monday said it will decide on March 30 whether Delhi Police can ask nine JNU students to give their consent for lie detector test in a case regarding the disappearance of Najeeb Ahmed The police had issued notices to nine students and had asked them to appear before it for a lie-detector test Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sumit Dass who was scheduled to pass the order on Monday deferred the matter saying that the order was not ready The court had on March 15 reserved its order after the counsel appearing for the students submitted that the “lie detector test is unconstitutional and illegal unless it is voluntary” The nine students who are suspects in the case have approached the court challenging the notice sent to them by the Crime Branch seeking their presence before the magistrate for recording of their statement that whether they were willing to undergo the lie detector test For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: April 17 2009 1:39 pm Related News After the not so encouraging response to his last release Aa Dekhen Zara,Written by Express News Service | Published: April 13 8-11, He said that the state government in Shimla was ahead in development indicators as compared to the Gujarat government for the past five years. 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