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Many Indians believe the Pakistani intelligence service, It is compounded by the fact that it could be a hate crime.I met scores of Punjabis, we have to go back several decades when a young,to State Armed Police Forces and India Reserve Battalions,will also be drawn from different states for deployment ofelection duties A company of paramilitary force comprises of around 100personnel As of now the Commission plans to hold seven-phasedAssembly polls in Uttar Pradesh and single-phased in the otherstates But with situation in Manipur assuming alarmingproportions the poll body may go for multiple phases in thenorth-eastern state But there is no official word on it yet With inputs from PTI Srinagar: One person was killed in south Kashmir’s Shopian district during security forces’ action on a mob of stone pelters who were protesting after an encounter in which three militants were killed on Saturday police said Representational image PTI Mohammad Sayeed Bhat (25) received bullet injuries when security forces used fire to chase away the mob near the encounter site at Avneera in Shopian last night a police official said He said Bhat was taken to a hospital where he succumbed The official said 12 other persons were injured in the clashes This was the second civilian death in the last 12 hours due to the security force’s action against protesting mobs Another person was killed earlier on Sunday night when security forces fired pellets to chase away a mob of stone-pelting youths in Pulwama district of south Kashmir police said Owais Shafi (22) sustained multiple pellet injuries in his chest at Kakapora in Pulwama and was referred to SMHS Hospital here for treatment a police official said He said Shafi was declared dead on arrival by doctors With inputs from PTI The familiar politics of citizenship has peaked in poll-bound Assam with the BJP invoking the issue with a fresh promise to stop illegal infiltration from Bangladesh and take measures to detect and deport such migrants if voted to power in the State BJP president Amit Shah desperate to win a state for his party after the drubbing in Bihar and Delhi said at a campaign rally in Assam on Friday that all these years the state’s borders with Bangladesh was left open for illegal migrants from Bangladesh who have infringed upon the rights of the locals Indirectly blaming the ruling Congress government in Assam Shah promised to stop migration if the BJP comes to power Prime Minister Narendra Modi too talked of halting influx into Assam during his campaign tour on Saturday The issue of illegal influx has a 30-year-old history starting with the anti-foreigner (read anti-Bangladeshi) agitation that began in 1979 under the leadership of the All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) In 1985 after hundreds of people died in course of what turned out to be independent India’s biggest mass uprising the AASU and other agitation groups signed an agreement with the Centre called the Assam Accord It fixed 25 March 1971 as the cut-off date for detection and expulsion of illegal migrants meaning anyone found entering India after this date were to be detected and sent back In the three decades that followed only a few thousand illegal Bangladeshi migrants have been expelled by successive state governments which included the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) a party that was formed with the mandate of freeing Assam of illegal aliens Many of these ‘expelled’ people are believed to have come back Representational image AP Over the years the illegal migrants issue has come to dominate the election rhetoric in the state with none of the parties the Congress or the BJP explaining as to how they have managed to send back those lawfully declared as illegal migrants because Dhaka maintains its nationals do not illegally move to India The BJP actually has a lot more explanation to do because during the 2014 Lok Sabha poll campaign the party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi had vociferously stated that after the results were announced meaning after the BJP comes to power illegal migrants from Bangladesh would be identified and ousted In the past two years however although New Delhi’s relations with Dhaka has improved many fold no visible steps have been taken to make Bangladesh agree that the issue of illegal migration was a key problem in states like Assam One is also not aware of any move towards reaching an agreement so that Dhaka accepts its nationals back Another dimension to this problem is the Muslim population growth in Assam one of the reasons for which is believed to be the continuing illegal infiltration According to the 2011 Census the Muslim population in Assam the most populated state in northeastern India is 3422 percent out of a total of 312 million The Muslim population in Assam rose by 33 percent since the last Census in 2001 Interestingly the population growth of Muslims in Assam is higher than in Jammu and Kashmir where it increased by 13 percent between 2001 and 2011 The national average growth of Muslim population is 08 percent The BJP landed itself in some trouble after the Government of India’s decision to give asylum to Hindu migrants from Bangladesh On 7 September 2015 the Union Ministry of Home Affairs issued a notification saying the Centre has decided on humanitarian considerations to exempt Bangladeshi and Pakistani nationals belonging to minority communities who have entered India on or before 31 December 2014 from the relevant provisions of rules and order made under the Passport (Entry into India) Act 1920 and the Foreigners Act 1946 That means these people will be allowed to stay on in India even without such documents or after the expiry of those documents as the case may be Groups like the AASU opposed this decision saying it would amount to dilution of the Assam Accord The AASU said anyone from Bangladesh residing in Assam from 25 March 1971 onwards whether he/she is a Hindu or a Muslim is an illegal migrant and therefore must be expelled from the State The BJP’s current ally the AGP too had opposed this plan to provide stay rights to Hindu migrants from Bangladesh and elsewhere saying Assam would have to carry the burden of at least 20 lakh migrants from Bangladesh as a result of the Union Government’s notification The AGP termed the decision “slow poison” for the indigenous and linguistic identity of Assam and its socio-cultural fabric The perception that the influx issue can determine the poll verdict is still strong and therefore the ruling Congress too has decided to highlight the problem of illegal migration ahead of the 4 and 11 April State Assembly elections The Congress’ poll manifesto says the party would set up district vigilance committees to detect illegal foreigners and complete fencing the Assam-Bangladesh border in the next three years The BJP promises the same — ‘complete sealing of the Indo-Bangladesh border’ Rhetoric aside one would now expect Prime Minister Modi to implement his 2014 poll promise to free India of illegal Bangladeshi migrants and this can be done only if Dhaka recognises the problem and agree to reach a deal to take back its nationals And with India-Bangladesh relations reaching a new high during Modi’s tenure New Delhi’s intent will be something that would be closely watched (Wasbir Hussain is a Guwahati-based political commentator and television talk show host) By: IANS | Sydney | Published: November 15 2015 2:10 pm “Men would have to sell or promote themselves to women and extroverted men should be better at doing that But what we find is actually the opposite” said a researcher (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News Men who are intellectual shy calm and methodical are more in demand as sperm donors in the online market than those who are extroverted says a new study “Worldwide demand for sperm donors is so great an informal online market has emerged in which offspring are being produced outside of the more formal fertility clinic setting” said one of the researchers Stephen Whyte from Queensland University of Technology in Australia “Men would have to sell or promote themselves to women and extroverted men should be better at doing that But what we find is actually the opposite” Whyte explained The online donor market works quite differently to fertility clinics It facilitates more interaction between the recipient and the donor This allowed the researchers to explore individual donor personality characteristics Data from 56 men were collected for the study between 2012 and 2013 via online surveys of regulated (paid) semi-regulated and unregulated (free) online sperm donation forums and websitesThe participants for the study were aged between 23 and 66 and were from Australia Canada Britain Italy Sweden and the US “Women were far less likely to choose the sperm of fretful or socially awkward men but at the same time those with lively extroverted personalities were also less successful in being chosen” Whyte said “Research has previously shown humans are good at judging personality traits as well as levels of intelligence with only minimal exposure to appearance and behaviours and our findings certainly seem to support that” Whyte explained The research was published in the journal of Applied Economic Letters For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Updated: October 22 2017 6:42 pm Why do women forgive cheating partners Underestimating the degree of forgiveness is probably an evolutionary mechanism because the relationship may be in danger (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News If your partner has forgiven you for cheating on her and yet you can’t fathom this and keep overcompensating for your spouse you are not alone Many people whose spouse forgives them over infidelity mistrust the signals and do not really believe that they are forgiven according to Norwegian researchers “We have a strong tendency not to believe our partner when they tell us we are forgiven” said Mons Bendixen associate professor in the Department of Psychology at Norwegian University of Science and Technology Once forgiven you may become more attentive buy gifts or do other things that you expect your partner will appreciate Underestimating the degree of forgiveness is probably an evolutionary mechanism because the relationship may be in danger “The cost could be high if you think you are forgiven but really are not You might not work hard enough to mend the relationship” Bendixen added in a paper published in the journal Evolutionary Behavioural Sciences Researchers conducted the survey with 92 heterosexual couples These were young students who answered questions about imagined sexual or emotional infidelity by their partner and themselves According to the findings when interpreting signals we can make one of two false assumptions: we can believe that something exists even if it doesn’t and we can believe that something doesn’t exist even if it does From an evolutionary perspective it’s a question of which errors are more adaptable “An example is men who think women are interested in sex even though the women’s intention is just to be nice The most important thing for men in situations like this is not to miss a sexual opportunity” Bendixen noted Most partners aren’t particularly intent on getting revenge or seeing their partner suffer That doesn’t mean that it never happens but the probability is the same for both sexes They are more likely to pull away and want to keep some distance “Partners want the infidelity to have a cost but will rarely respond by being unfaithful themselves” added evolutionary psychologist Trond Viggo Grontvedt There is also no difference between the sexes when it comes to whether they would break up with the unfaithful partner or not This is as likely for women as for men The sexes agree on a lot when it comes to infidelity But one exception exists “Men often do not understand how hard emotional infidelity is on women” said Professor Leif Edward Ottesen Kennair in the Department of Psychology Sexual infidelity strongly affects both men and women Neither men nor women usually find it acceptable for their partner to have sex outside the marriage Men who are confronted with emotional infidelity do not necessarily think that they have done anything wrong researchers said Men have less need to distance themselves from their partner than women do and they look at emotional infidelity as less threatening to the relationship than women do the findings showed For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsOn October 2015 journalists from Reuters Aditya Kalra and Andrew Macaskill published a report India’s budget cuts hurt fight against malnutrition: Maneka Gandhi saying "Maneka Gandhi the Women and Child Welfare Minister who oversees a scheme to feed more than 100 million poor people said the current budget was only enough to pay salaries of her 27 million health workers until January.We still have problems because our cut has still not been restored Literally it’s a month-to-month suspense on whether we can meet wages" Union Minister Maneka Gandhi Reuters Maneka Gandhi also told Reuters’ reporters "The food programme was in urgent need of modernisation with lax supervision of health workers using training programmes not updated in the last four decades and the food on offer she described as rubbish" Reuters termed her statements "rare public criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s policies" in the article Soon after this report was published Maneka Gandhi sought the withdrawal and/or amendment of the article?By: AP | Geneva | Published: October 2 While Singh claimed that the office had been provided to the JSWA by the then district sports officer in 1998.

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