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A few minutes later, You people don’t want senior advocates like Sibal to speak.” he said (File) Top News “What kind of memory I would take with me” was how a dejected Chief Justice of India T S Thakur who is demitting office early next month reacted when lawyers tried to out-shout each other during the hearing on demonetisation A visibly pained CJI made his displeasure known by saying that never in his career as a judge for 23 years he has seen such unruly behaviour when junior lawyers are shouting and attempting to pin down senior advocates and making the atmosphere of the court akin to a “fish market” Watch what else is making news: Justice Thakur was anguished when some of the lawyers raised their voice to interrupt the submission of Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi who was arguing for the government and senior advocates like Kapil Sibal and P Chidambaram “This is not a way to argue You people are making it a fish market You people don’t want senior advocates like Sibal to speak See Mr Chidambaram has not yet stood up This is very unfortunate “In 23 years of me as a judge I have not seen such behaviour This is the last week as a judge and I would be going with a heavy heart What kind of decorum is maintained This is CJI’s court and yet no decorum You can’t be allowed this kind of behaviour” the CJI who will be demitting office on January 3 said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Home Ministry officials said. The Kerala High Court in May this year annulled Hadiya’s marriage with Shafin, the NIA is learnt to have attached the statement of Hadiya in which she has reportedly denied any pressure to convert to Islam or marry Jahan.“She has said that she married Jahan of her own free will and decided to convert voluntarily” a top government source told The Indian Express For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Arun Janardhanan | Chennai | Updated: February 4 2015 10:45 am Former Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa was convicted due to her involvement in the disproportionate assets case that disqualified her from all elected posts Related News With less than two weeks left for the Srirangam assembly byelection which arose due to the conviction of former chief minister J Jayalalithaa in the disproportionate assets case that disqualified her from elected posts what has become the talk in the political circles is not the result but the new alliances that are being forged in the state This is being seen as a prelude to the assembly elections in 2016 where the question of who will win this seat pales in significance to the interesting equations of who will ally with whom and on what terms According to a senior AIADMK leader it is all about garnering the number of allies likely to join them ahead of the state elections “Nobody is anxious about the outcome of a byelection in Tamil Nadu As a ruling party we are going to win this But importantly it has opened up possibilities of fresh alliance formations when none of the smaller parties seems to be interested in the DMK” he said Last month Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley called on Jayalalithaa at her residence which is seen as a surprising move by many The AIADMK explained it as a courtesy visit but it was later revealed that they met to discuss many issues including the support of her party to the Centre in Rajya Sabha Jayalalithaa is given credit for the several projects and schemes in the Srirangam constituency during her three-and-half-year regime S Valarmathi a party leader from Tiruchy town unit is contesting from there which is now facing the sixth byelections after the AIADMK came to power in 2011 all of which were won by the party A few days ago Congress decided to drop out of the contest for the seat E V K S Elangovan president of the Tamil Nadu Congress Committee (TNCC) told The Indian Express that the party has decided to not contest as the AIADMK will go to any extent to win the election with money and muscle power “I am told that they have already distributed Rs 1000 per vote and plans to spend Rs 4000 per head before the polling All government machineries will be deployed to make sure of the money distribution We do not want to waste our time and resources in such a drama” he said However sources said the decision to not contest was taken by the Congress high command ignoring the demand from local leaders to field a candidate The DMK flagged off their campaign by fielding N Anand who lost the election from the same seat in 2011 Despite the efforts to build a strong defence against the AIADMK here the DMK finds it difficult to gain a momentum as they failed to gain support from smaller parties On Friday G K Vasan organised a Conference of Secular Parties in Chennai in which Brinda Karat D Raja of the CPI Thirumavalavan and M H Jawahirullah of the Tamil Nadu Muslim Munnetra Kazhagham participated Though Karat told The Indian Express that there was no plan for an alliance with these parties sources said this may be the beginning of a fresh alliance in the state of like-minded parties excluding the two major Dravidian parties Vaiko’s MDMK that snapped ties with the NDA has decided to take a neutral position in the byelection While S Ramadoss’s PMK has also decided not to contest NDA ally Vijayakanth’s DMDK is supporting BJP candidate M Subramanian a local leader from Tiruchirappalli Besides the AIADMK the DMK and the BJP sources close to the CPM report an interesting formation of alliance Thol Thirumavalavan’s Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK) is likely to support CPM candidate K Annadurai setting the stage for a four-cornered battle This is seen as an early indication of likely alliances for the 2016 elections “There may be a significant realignment in Tamil Nadu politics soon with G K Vasan’s Tamil Manila Congress also considering support to the CPM a larger secular alliance in which more parties are to be joined It remains to be seen in the next few days as to how the tide will turn” said a source For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Maulshree Seth | Lucknow | Updated: September 6 2016 3:57 pm Khaats being readied for khaat panchayats which will be addressed by Rahul Gandhi during his yatra (Source: Express photo) Top News THE STAGE is set for Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to embark on his month-long ‘kisan yatra’ from Deoria to Delhi starting Tuesday during which the party plans to undertake large scale mobilisation of workers in about 225 Assembly constituencies that would be covered in the 2500-km yatra Targeting about 4 lakh Congress workers the party has released around 250 “mini-raths” each carrying 1600 workers’ kit which contains publicity material workers’ handbook along with ‘kisan maangpatra’ (charters of farmers’ demands) The party has already verified a list of around 15 lakh workers in the districts which would fall in Rahul’s probable route These workers along with supporters of probable Congress candidates in each constituency have been specially trained to reach out to at least 10 houses per day and 100 houses overall before Rahul reaches their district to hold khaat panchayats a one-on-one interaction with farmers similar to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘chai par charcha’ during the 2014 Lok Sabha polls “Its a massive mobilisation The target is to reach out to 4 lakh workers who would further reach out to at least 100 households each But considering the fact that we already have verified 15 lakh workers and if they are able to reach out to at least 10 households even then our message would be conveyed Rest all is bonus” said a party leader associated with the drive WATCH VIDEO: Assembly Elections 2017: Rahul Gandhi Begins 2500 Km Mahayatra From Deoria Sources in the party said that the workers’ handbook called the ‘karyakarta margdarshika’ contains around 100 yellow-coloured stickers to be put on workers’ mobile phones and outside their houses These stickers come in workers’ bags which bear the slogan to be used during Rahul’s yatra — “Karza maaf bijili half samarthan mulya ka karo hisab” The slogan basically sums up Rahul’s promised to the farmers in UP— loan waiver reduction of electricity bills by half and better minimum support price for crops The stickers come with a party symbol and a photograph of Rahul and carry the slogans “Hum hain Congress”and “27 saal UP behaal” The kit also contains a ‘margadarshika’ which informs party workers on how to get ‘kisaan maangpatras’ filled out and what needs to be told to voters when they go out to campaign It also asks workers to inform the public that the previous UPA government had waived farmer loans worth Rs 73000 crore in 2008 reduced the price of electricity in rural areas to a greater extent and also increased the support price of crops by at least two times The booklet also asks party workers to target the state government and the Centre for its “indifferent attitude” towards problems of farmers The party workers have also been asked to raise the slogan “Kisan trast Sarkar mast Congress kisano ka sacchi sathi” The party’s longest yatra would comprise khaat panchayats for which around 3500 “khaats” have been speacially woven Two sets of these khaats have been made as Rahul is expected to address at least two khaat panchayats in two districts every day On the first day of the ‘Deoria to Dilli yatra’ Rahul will hold a ‘khaat panchayat’ at Doodhnath Mandir Maidan Rudrapur in Deoria at about 12 noon followed by a roadshow and an interaction with farmers about 5 pm at Kanchanpur village Another ‘khaat panchayat’ will be organised in adjoining Kushinagar district later in the evening after which Rahul will stay at Gorakhpur for the night On Wednesday morning Rahul is scheduled to visit the Encephalitis ward at BRD Medical College in Gorakhpur following which there will bea 5-km roadshow in the city He will have lunch at Sahajani village in the district and later at around 6 pm Rahul will address a ‘khaat sabha’ in Khalilabad area of Sant Kabir Nagar district He will halt for the night in Basti district For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 27 2017 1:00 am The BJP president’s speech to the state’s “intelligentsia” — lawyers accountants doctors and engineers — concentrated on the BJP’s development platform (Source: ANI photo) Top News Chittaranjan Avenue one of central Kolkata’s main arterial roads turned saffron on Wednesday with rows of BJP flags and large hoardings of its national president Amit Shah lining the sides Hundreds of BJP workers and supporters many in saffron robes filled Mahajati Sadan the venue for Amit Shah’s speech to the “intelligentsia of West Bengal” Akanksha Basu (52) is a lawyer practising in the Calcutta High Court “Most lawyers I know at the High Court received invitations for this event and many have turned up” she said Basu herself hails from a traditional Congress family in Bengal and her father was a Congress worker “Growing up during the Left regime I saw exploitation and oppression under CPM For many in the state like me voting for the CPM is out of the question” she said The Congress is also no longer an option for her “I voted NOTA in the last election When the Trinamool had first come to power we had given the party our wholehearted support But in the past six years my visit to rural Bengal has shown me that there is very little difference between the Left and the TMC They have both used oppression and the people have suffered I don’t support the BJP at all But I have come to listen to Amit Shah” she said adding the BJP has occupied a vacuum created after the Left’s defeat The BJP president’s speech to the state’s “intelligentsia” — lawyers accountants doctors and engineers — concentrated on the BJP’s development platform “My appeal to you is that if you are convinced listening to me then help us bring about change in the state” Shah said “There are 1650 political parties in India I can say with great pride that we are the only completely democratic party in the country right now — whether national or regional Every three years the president of the party is elected democratically If I were to ask you who will be the president of the party after me who will you name You don’t know do you If I ask you who will be the president of the Congress after Sonia Gandhi You know that already If I ask you who will be the president of TMC after Mamata you know that too don’t you” the BJP leader said The rest of Shah’s speech was a report card of the BJP’s achievements — from the electronic transfer of salaries under NREGA growth in agriculture sector and GDP employment nutrition and LPG subsidies to the poor “The surgical strike has put us on the global map as a country that is not to be trifled with a strong country We are the fastest growing economy in the world In two years two crore households have been given gas connections in rural India Four crore homes have received toilets and 50 per cent of the population have jan dhan accounts As far as demonetisation is concerned international economists were amazed but Didi was worried I can’t understand what she lost through demonetisation What worries does someone wearing hawai sandals have. 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