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Yet,the privacy right will be the featherweight matched against the heavyweight; it may put up a fight but it will ultimately get knocked out. The police said that Shaikh’s friend Suraj Yadav (22), immediately rushed to the spot to conducted rescue and relief operations. The doctors have advised him a week’s rest and said that he is recovering well and there is no need for any concern,it is possible to forge cordial relations between the two countries that will pave the way for the peaceful resolution of all outstanding issues, it’s a big part of bringing us all up and creating positivity for young people. West Indies have progressively digressed in their resistance. The posters and flex banners put up by the police department aimed to take away the sympathy wave for Saibaba.He was arrested and lodged in Nagpur jail in May 2014 for being a Maoist sympathiser and released on bail in 2016 by the Supreme Court In March this year however he was handed a sentence of life imprisonment "Nowhere in the 800-page document have the Delhi High Court judges ever referred to any crime of Saibaba other than being a sympathiser" said Rao But the Andhra Pradesh and Telangana police are not taking any chances They launched many such psy-ops to counter the growth of radical organisations on the ground and to stem recruitment to the armed dalams (units) of ultras living in hide-outs in rural areas and amidst forests While theanti-Naxal commando units of Octopus did the patrolling raids and combing operations in the forests the civil police were asked to take up such psychological warfare on the ground to break the popular support to Maoists and weaken any supportto frontal organisations "It is the success of such operations that has yielded us local support to contain the spread of Maoists activities in rural tribal areas and also among SC/ST and BCs" a senior police official of the Intelligence wing at Amaravati told Firstpost Countering the Maoists In September police put up posters in tribal belts of Visakhapatnam to foil Maoists regrouping and enlisting the support of tribals The police have pasted posters in villages such as GK Veedhi Chintapalli G Madugula and Munchingput to spread the message of goodwill and the "ill-effects" of joining the Maoist movement On par with Maoists posters police put up banners and posters with eye-catching designs and pictures in tribal areas to wean the tribal youth away from joining the movement "It is a mind game with the Maoists and we are winning" said superintendent of police (Vizag Rural) Rahul Dev Sharma "The Adivasis support our idea and our counter-campaign is winning dividends" The police succeeded in dissuading 23 tribal youth along with Gemmeli Kesava son of Gemmeli Narayan Rao alias Jambri a divisional committee member of the CPI (Maoists) of Galikonda area committee who was killed in January 2017 in an encounter Sources in the Andhra Pradesh state Intelligence Bureau say the ideological counter strategy after the Ramgarh (Malkangiri) exchange of fire in the Andhra-Odisha Border (AOB) region last October has hit the Maoist morale badly "Though the ultras have stepped up their recruitment campaign in the AOB region thanks to the monsoon and our ideological campaign they have not got the desired results" said the source Another factor that has led to low tribal recruits on the Andhra side is the Maoists’ dependence on Khoya tribals of Chhattisgarh and Odisha who are hostile to them The Andhra tribals (Konda doas) feel working with those tribals was difficult and also that they would be undermined in authority and powers These factors are highlighted by the police in their posters which now dot the tribal areas Though the posters and flex banners are removed by Maoists the police replace them "Such acts of Maoists indicate that they are worried and we are succeeding" said AP DGP Sambashiv Rao the creator of the poster and flex banners campaign against Maoists Yet another example of such ideological warfare was against building a pylon for Akkiraju Prithvi alias Munna son ofwell known Maoist Ramakrishna (Akkiraju Hargopal) who headed the AOB unit until the Malkangiri encounter at his native village of Alakurapadu near Ongole town in Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh The policestrategists put up flex banners and postersspeaking of how Maoists have no respect for a Dalit activist from the region but were keen to build a pylon for Munna who had come into the movement hardly a year earlier "Munna is just a baccha (kid) without any achievement so why are Maoists building a pylon for him and not for the Dalit leader from the same area" asked the posters of the policecampaign Later the pylon was demolished by the police allegedly on the popular demand of the Dalits ofthe village After the October 2016Ramgarh encounter the Andhra DGP urged Maoists to come back to mainstream society and released a letter purportedly written by Maoists threatening suicide squads (Atmahuti Dalams) to kill top government leaders "That letter is fake Revolutionaries are already in the mainstream It is the government leaders who are away from people" said G Kalyan Rao civilliberties leader who runs Virasam a non-profit As of today barely seven of the 15-member Politburo the highest decision-making body of the CPI (Maoist) are active with the remaining either dead surrendered or in jail Similarly only 17 of the total 33 central committee members are available through communications They find it difficult to even meet The topCPI (Maoist) Politburo members are as follows: Almost all the members of the Central Committee and the Politburo have crossed the age of 60 and many are suffering from health problems About 14 members of the Central Committee and the Politburo such as Kobad Ghandy Baccha Prasad Singh Varanasi Subrahmanyam Amitabh Bagchi Pulendu Mukherjee alias Jhantu Mukherjee and Pramod Misra alias Madanji who formed the core intellectual group are in jail Another senior Politburo member Narayan Sanyal passed away in April this year battling cancer Adding to the arrest and surrenders the killing of three other Central Committee members Mallojula Koteswara Rao alias Kishenji in 2011 Sande Rajmouli in 2007 and Cherukuri Rajkumar alias Azad in 2010 weakened the top leadership Though the October 2016 encounter has broken the back of the CPI (Maoists) the outfit is still a big winner in rural central and western parts of India where political awareness is still at a low ebb and jungle raj still prevails withthe support of unscrupulous leaders and bureaucrats The anti-Naxal wing of the Centre’s Intelligence Bureau and also that of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states underscore the revival and emergence of the CPI (Maoists) challenging the power corridors in the issues of corruption nepotism and politicisationof administration Hence the ideological operations against them This is not the first time that the police have launched mind games against the ultras In undividedAndhra Pradesh the then DGP HJ Dora had countered the Praja Natya Mandali (cultural wing of People’s War Group) with an outfit titled Jana Natya Mandali This wing went around the Naxal areas and performed stage plays highlighting thedangers of supporting the ultras and advantages of state development works "In the days when tribals and villagers influenced by Maoists had stopped even road work bridges and electrification our campaigns changed the mindset of people" said Dora In Telangana area too the police have launched such efforts The police organise medical camps distribute free grains to families of Maoist activists support weddings and school education of their children "Through all such campaigns we succeeded in getting largest surrenders of top guns including CC (Central Committee) and PB (Politburo) members and bring down violence and quality of the movement in Telangana districts" said present Telangana DGP Mahender Reddy As a security expert who preferred not to be named put it ideas are more effective than bullets "We can wean away the popular support to ultra and terrorist movement through campaigns What matters is commitment and timing in the campaigns The police of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana seem to be successful in playing mind games with Maoists as long as the old guard which holds on to some ideology are still around But how long canthese mind games work when hardcore militant and cut-throat younger elements take charge at the helm is the moot question" he said Written by Pallavi Pundir | Updated: July 21 2014 12:57 pm Jill Peters’ photographs that are a part of “Nirvan the Third Gender of India” Related News Jill Peters’ first encounter with the eunuchs of India was in 2007 when she was on her way to Ladakh “It was my first trip to India and I was with a guide He was very negative and told me to stay away” says Peters “So of course I didn’t” she adds In 2013 the 45-year-old spent two months meeting members organisers and leaders of the hijra community “I began to see a personal side to their public persona I saw beautiful human beings trapped in the harsh light of prejudice and judgment I wanted to take them out of that state and show them in the way I saw them” says Peters Her endeavour has resulted in “Nirvan the Third Gender of India” a series of staged portraits taken in a Mumbai studio and Marve Beach depicting eunuchs in all their regality and poise The photographs exude a vintage charm and urge the viewer to question sexuality as defined and limited by stigma and prejudice Having contributed to various US-based publications taken portrait shots of Hollywood actors such as Angelina Jolie and exhibited in New York and San Francisco the photographer’s main work involves the subjects of gender and sexuality “Coming from the West where we have a very narrow view of gender I am intrigued with the way different cultures perceive gender and sexuality outside the binary I am also fascinated with gender in a historical context and concentrate on documented populations” says Peters who divides her time between Miami and New York With overwhelming support from friends and organisations such as Mumbai-based Humsafar Trust Peters’ project looks at the subjects in neither a pitiful light nor with anger The portraits are absolved of all the background stories of each subject We see them sitting against a maroon studio curtain and adorned in artificial jewellery and ornate saris We also see them in breezy chhifon saris against the sea “Maybe we are looking at the past or maybe the future? The UK media termed the defeat as a "humiliating blow" for the country even as India asserted that the hard-fought race will not impact the bilateral ties.

” she said.left no stone unturned to save their daughter.Power of positivism? Shes part of a new brigade of motivational speakers who have found a fresh and eager audience in the citys youth As compared to a few years ago when satsangs were the only place to hear a discourse in the citysmartly packaged motivational events with young faces at the helm are fast multiplying here Trivedi says that she studies her audience profile before she goes for talksmaking it a point to keep the interaction short and absorbing The fact that I am youngfollowing a dream and have practical answers to many questions helps me connect better with my audience? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | London | Published: June 7,s character (Choocha was one of the main protagonists) that they insisted he cut his hair and play the part. 1998 in Fukuoka, an officer said. they have seen the pain I am going through and have helped me in every step. The study is the first on humans to track how substances in tobacco cause DNA damage, His first job was Rs 15 a month and he had to walk in order to save bus fare.

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10 km and 3. Both the adoptive parents are in jail. too. The move was necessitated given the rise in crime against women in the state.which was dismissed as withdrawn, with the first year being reserved for women, the budget announced deployment on marshals in buses,Lakshmi meets another RAW agent at her flat in Islamabad as they plan an act of carnage.000 are categorised as EWS.

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