Punjab polls: All in the family, Dera Baba Nanak may see Randhawa vs Randhawa

Punjab polls: All in the family, Dera Baba Nanak may see Randhawa vs Randhawa
Punjab polls: All in the family, Dera Baba Nanak may see Randhawa vs Randhawa

Cracks have appeared in former Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee president and ex-minister late Santokh Singh Randhawa’s legacy. His two sons won’t be on the same side in the coming elections.

Santokh’s elder son Inderjit Singh Randhawa has decided to oppose his younger sibling, sitting Congress MLA from Dera Baba Nanak Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, who is also party’s pick for the 2017 elections, in the upcoming polls.

Sukhjinder had earlier opposed his nephew, Inderjit’s son Deepinder Singh Randhawa, in the Punjab Youth Congress elections. Still, Deepinder was elected Punjab Youth Congress general secretary with the support of former PPCC president and Rajya Sabha MP Partap Singh Bajwa.

Inderjit had been active in the party activities with the hope that the Congress will prefer him over Sukhjinder as the party candidate from Dera Baba Nanak, riding on the fact that Congress nominee had trailed by over 25,000 votes from the assembly segment in the 2014 parliamentary elections.

Inderjit has urged the All India Congress Committee president Sonia Gandhi, vice president Rahul Gandhi and PPCC president Capt Amarinder Singh to withdraw the candidature of Sukhjinder, saying he was not in a position to retain the seat.

Inderjit said if Sukhjinder contested from Dera Baba Nanak, ”I will oppose him to ensure his defeat”.  He also said he may contest as an independent if his supporters wanted him to.

Sukhjinder said he was sure of his landslide victory in the upcoming assembly elections for he was enjoying the support of the Congress workers and masses of his constituency.

Source: Hindustan Times

Australia wins first test against Pakistan by 39 runs in Brisbane

Australia captured Pakistan’s last two wickets to win the first day-night test in Brisbane by 39 runs before tea on day five on Monday but the touring side won huge admiration for their dogged fourth innings chase.

Paceman Mitchell Starc proved the game-breaker, ending a stubborn 71-run partnership between Asad Shafiq and Yasir Shah with a searing delivery that dismissed Shafiq for 137.

Yasir Shah was the last Pakistan wicket to fall when he was run out by Steve Smith with a direct hit for 33.

Australia take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
Source: The Hindu

Pathankot attack: NIA files charge sheet against JeM chief Masood Azhar

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Monday filed a charge sheet in the Pathankot airbase terror attack, naming Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar and three others of his organisation as accused.

In a comprehensive charge sheet filed at Panchkula Special Court about a year after attack, the NIA has highlighted the role of terror group JeM in spreading mayhem in India and referred to the nefarious plans of the outfit, sources said.

The charge sheet which also named Azhar’s brother Rauf Asghar as accused, alleged that immediately after the Pathankot incident, he had hosted a video message claiming responsibility for the terror strike and glorified the role of Azhar, who was released in exchange for passengers of hijacked Indian Airlines plane IC-814 in 1999.

The charge sheet is likely to be used by India at various international fora to highlight the role of Masood Azhar in Pathankot terror strike carried out on January 2 this year.

Launching of a diplomatic offensive against the JeM and its chief Masood Azhar has become imperative after China continued to stonewall efforts of India to get U.N. sanctions against the terrorist and his group.

The Home Ministry had given sanction to NIA to file the charge sheet against Azhar, his brother and the two handlers — Qashif Jan and Shaid Latif — of the four terrorists, under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA).

The four terrorists, after entering India from Bamiyal area of Gurdaspur, had carried out the strike at Pathankot IAF base killing eight people including seven personnel of IAF and NSG.

The charge sheet named four terrorists involved in the attack.

According to the NIA, the terrorists, who were killed after two days of gunfight, were identified as Nasir Hussain, Hafiz Abu Bakar, Umar Farooq and Abdul Qayum and they were residents of Vehari (Punjab), Gujranwala (Punjab), Sanghar (Sindh) and Sukkur (Sindh) of Pakistan respectively.

The charge sheet includes evidence of linking the footprints of one of the terrorists obtained from Bamiyal besides matching of DNA sample found from a soft drink can in the hijacked car of Punjab Superintendent of Police Salwinder Singh, the sources said.

The Pathankot terror strike had seen a joint investigation team from Pakistan also arriving in India for carrying out a probe.

However, the Pakistani team, upon their return, claimed that India neither shared much of evidence nor allowed it to interrogate the security personnel involved in dealing with the attack.

Source: The Hindu

Alternative for communication during disasters developed in IIT Madras

One of the first things to get affected during natural disasters and accidents is the communication network. In a country where over a billion use mobile phones, providing mobile connectivity during a disaster, at least for emergency usage, is a priority.

In this context, an IIT Madras team is developing a low-cost communication system that can enable rescue workers to communicate with a locally established centre and, through this centre, to the National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA) in Delhi.

The plan is also to enable citizens within the reach of this system to communicate essential messages, such as “I am safe” or basic information – name, age, gender, etc, of persons discovered. The whole system is compatible with basic model mobile phones, as most users in India do not own smart phones. The system, named DISANET, allows basic services such as voice, text and video communications to be exchanged within this network of rescue workers, Master Operation Centre and the NDMA.

The design has four subsystems — WiFi, a satellite link, single-carrier GSM and LTE (Long Term Evolution) which is a standard for high-speed wireless communication for mobile phones and data terminals. The compact system can be easily transported in trucks to the site of the Master Operation Centre within a few hours of the disaster. The wireless system should provide coverage over an area of approximately 1,000 square kilometres.

At present, people who are involved in rescue operations, such as police personnel, use walkie/talkie handsets (VHF/UHF). “VHF/UHF handsets are expensive, costing anywhere up to a couple of lakhs of rupees. So the police are very selective of who gets to use them… Much of the police force depends on GSM for its communication needs, and they are subject to all the disruptions that affect GSM network,” says Devendra Jalihal of the Electrical Engineering department of IIT, who along with David Koilpillai, also from the same department, is developing this system.

Rescue workers with GSM handsets, WiFi cameras and WiFi nodes can spread out over an area of 12-25 square kilometre to form the primary deployment area. These workers supply communication between the affected area and the Master Operation Centre (MOC). The MOC has pico- or micro-sized LTE-Base Stations which are mounted at a height of 15 to 20 metres.

This is achieved by a tethered-balloon that is inflated and hoisted at the MOC. But this system is being improved – instead of balloons, drones are being tested. “We tested a variant of this during Mahamaham [festival] at Kumbakonam in February, this year, for Tamil Nadu Police. Police personnel with smart phones could initiate and receive calls using WiFi channels. We are proposing this kind of system whenever there is a large gathering, as the GSM network experiences ‘congestion’ and the police need another line of communication,” says Dr Jalihal. The architecture, which mainly supports usage by rescue workers, can be extended to allow citizen victims to send short SMSs communication.

Also, the rescue team can directly communicate with citizens about the arrangements using FM broadcast, which citizens receive on their mobiles. This enables the flow of authenticated information from the authorities to the citizens and prevents rumour-mongering during times of disaster.

“We are now trying to build a GSM network with low cost hardware and open source software and hope to test it in the next couple of months,” says Dr Jalihal.

Source: The Hindu

England all out for 477 in fifth test , day 2

Post-Tea on Day 2, India’s Amit Mishra removed the last batsman Bell for 12. Debutant Dawson remained unbeaten on 66 and England were all out for 477.

India now has to at least 15-20 overs to end Day 2. England bowlers on the other hand will fight hard to take a wicket or two to put pressure on the Indian batsmen.

At Tea on Day 2, England had amassed 452-8 thanks to a century partnership between debutant Liam Dawson and Adil Rashid after India had picked up three early wickets — Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler and centurion Moeen Ali — in the morning.

Umesh Yadav finally ended the stodgy 8th-wicket partnership after 108 runs, getting the English leggie to chase nick a short wide delivery in the 146th over. By then, Rashid had scored a patient 60 off 155 balls, while Dawson got to his half-century in 120 deliveries, and the visitors had taken their score up to 430.

At Lunch on Day 2, England was 352/7, having added added 68 runs to their overnight score. Dawson was batting on 27 at lunch with Adil Rashid on eight at the other end.

A England’s third-wicket stand between Moeen Ali and Joe Root carried the visitors to 284 for four on day 1 of the fifth and final Test match against India.

Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali, who was riding on the century from day 1, took strike on day 2 with England preparing to set a high score in the first innings. Local boy Ravichandran Ashwin removed Stokes in the fifth ball of the first over.

Sluggish day for England

Resuming on 284-4, England got an early jolt as Ashwin struck with the day’s fifth delivery at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. The offie lured Ben Stokes onto the front foot to edge a fuller delivery which Parthiv Patel collected behind the stumps. The leading wicket-taker of the series had endured a rare wicketless day on Friday.

Paceman Ishant Sharma trapped Jos Buttler LBW for five while Moeen, who resumed on 120, looked ill at ease against the short-pitched deliveries, often fending at them awkwardly.

The left-hander virtually walked into a trap when Umesh Yadav forced him into playing a pull shot, which the batsman mistimed to find Ravindra Jadeja at deep mid-wicket.

Moeen faced 262 balls, hitting 13 boundaries and a six, before surrendering to what is now a familiar weakness.

Dawson endured a tough Test initiation, the second ball he faced from Sharma smacking him on his helmet but the 26-year-old grew confident with time to hit three boundaries, the last of which took England past the 350-mark.

Remonetisation will not take a long time: Arun Jaitley

Defending the government’s demonetisation initiative, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley assured that remonetisation will not take a very long time.

Speaking at the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry’s (FICCI’s) 89th annual general meeting on Saturday, he said that while the developed world is turning protectionist and looking inward, India is an exception with its ability to take bold decisions.

“One needs clarity, courage, broad shoulders and the stamina to take such decisions,” Mr. Jaitley said.

The government has taken a “courageous step in the direction of removing the legal tender nature of high-value currency notes and went in for a large scale currency swap,” he said.

The demonetisation decision, besides several other implications, will mark the creation of a new normal for India, he remarked. “The 70 years of normal we saw before is unacceptable. It had become a way of life, not merely because of a high cash-to-GDP ratio, but also had adverse socio-economic consequences, such as not getting into banking system, escaping the tax net and using cash for crimes.”

“Only Parliament, in fact, a section of the Parliament seems to be unaware of what is happening… In 2000, people would have laughed at the suggestion of every poor person having a mobile phone. The same principle applies today,” he said, referring to the drive towards a more digital economy.

He said that there are over 75 crore debit and credit cards, different types of e-wallets coming up and 100 to 1,000 per cent rise in use of digital modes of payments.

On GST, the Finance Minister exuded confidence about reaching a consensus with States on the legislations that need to be passed to operationalise it.

Ten important decisions have already been taken with complete consensus of the Council, he said. “One major issue, which is in fact a very small issue in the larger scheme of things, is the issue of cross-empowering Centre and States on assessment of taxpayers. We are trying to resolve this,” he noted.

Source: The Hindu

Modi-Rahul meet breaks Opposition unity

The winter session of Parliament ended on a sour note for the Opposition as the unity its members had so carefully crafted broke on Friday.

This happened as a majority of the 16 parties, scheduled to meet President Pranab Mukherjee together on the demonetisation issue, took umbrage at the Congress breaking ranks to keep an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The result was instantaneous: the Bahujan Samaj Party, the Samajwadi Party (both gearing up for critical elections in Uttar Pradesh), the Communist Party of India (Marxist), the Communist Party of India, the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam and the Nationalist Congress Party skipped the meeting with the President in protest. The DMK and the Left Parties, however, signed the joint memorandum submitted to the President.

If most of the Opposition parties were furious with the Congress and vocal about it, within the Congress, too, there were many who said privately that the leadership had erred politically in not deferring the meeting with the Prime Minister.

“There was nothing more important than maintaining Opposition solidarity till the end of the session,” a senior Congress leader said. “But instead of a climax, there was an anti-climax.”

“Just a few days ago, Rahulji had said that he would reveal something incriminating about the Prime Minister. But without doing it, he is seen sitting and talking to him. Secondly, our party allowed the Lok Sabha to function. Rahulji should have used the opportunity today [Friday] — and the immunity that Parliament provides — to make an attempt to speak. But that opportunity was lost, too. And the session ended with the government having its way,” a senior Congress leader said.

Earlier in the day, Mr. Rahul Gandhi led a party delegation to meet Mr. Modi with a demand for waiver of all farm loans.

This was surprising in itself as it came days after Mr. Gandhi had said that he had explosive information of a case of corruption involving the Prime Minister himself and that he intended to make it public soon.

The Prime Minister’s response to the Congress delegation was predictable: according to Mr. Gandhi, he “acknowledged that the farmers’ issue is serious but was mum on the loan waiver demand”.

Source: The Hindu

Obama raps Putin, says U.S. can strike back on cyber

United States President Barack Obama put his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on notice on Friday stating that the U.S. could use offensive cyber muscle to retaliate for interference in the U.S. presidential election, his strongest suggestion to date that Mr. Putin had been well aware of campaign e-mail hacking.

“Whatever they do to us, we can potentially do to them,” Mr. Obama declared.

Caught in the middle of a post-election controversy over Russian hacking, Mr. Obama strongly defended his administration’s response, including his refusal before the voting to ascribe motive to the meddling or to discuss now what effect it might have had. U.S. intelligence assessments said it was aimed at least in part on helping Republican Donald Trump defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton, and some Democrats say it may well have tipped the results in his favor.

Though Mr. Obama avoided criticising President-elect Trump by name, he called out Republicans who he said fail even now to acknowledge the seriousness of Russia’s involvement in U.S. elections.

Mr. Obama expressed bewilderment about GOP lawmakers and voters who now say they approve of Mr. Putin, and he has said unless that changes the U.S. will be vulnerable to foreign influence.

‘Reagan will roll over in his grave’

“Ronald Reagan would roll over in his grave,” Mr. Obama said as he closed out the year at a White House news conference. Afterwards, he left for the family’s annual vacation in Hawaii.

Mr. Obama declined to state explicitly that Mr. Putin knew about the e-mail hacking that roiled the presidential race, but he left no doubt who he felt was responsible. He said that “not much happens in Russia without Vladimir Putin” and repeated a U.S. intelligence assessment “that this happened at the highest levels of the Russian government.”

He told Putin: cut it out

Mr. Obama said he confronted Mr. Putin in September, telling the former KGB chief to “cut it out.” That was one month before the U.S. publicly pointed the finger at Russia. Suggesting his directive to Mr. Putin had been effective, Mr. Obama said the U.S. “did not see further tampering” after that date.

The President has promised a “proportional” yet unspecified response to the hacking of the Democratic Party and Ms. Clinton’s campaign chairman. E-mails stolen during the campaign were released in the final weeks by WikiLeaks.

To help Trump win: CIA Director

On Friday, Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director John Brennan said in a message to employees that the Federal Bureau of Investigation agreed with the CIA’s conclusion that Russia’s goal was to help Mr. Trump win.

Mr. Trump has dismissed the CIA’s assessment and talk about Russian hacking as “ridiculous,” while arguing both Democrats and the CIA are trying to undermine the legitimacy of his victory. He made no mention of the hacking or of Mr. Obama during the latest stop on his “thank you” tour in Orlando, Florida, on Friday night.

Ms. Clinton has even more directly cited Russian interference. She said Thursday night, “Vladimir Putin himself directed the covert cyberattacks against our electoral system, against our democracy, apparently because he has a personal beef against me.”

The Senate intelligence committee said on Friday that it would conduct a bipartisan investigation and hold hearings about what led the intelligence agencies’ finding. “The committee will follow the intelligence wherever it leads,” said chairman Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C.

At the same time, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., chairman of the House intelligence committee, complained that his committee’s oversight into the hacking had been stymied because the intelligence agencies had not provided information to the committee.

‘Let the pundits decide’

Mr. Obama said he’d leave it to political pundits to debate the question of whether the hacking swayed the election outcome. He did, however, chide the media for what he called an “obsession” with the e-mails that were made public during the election’s final stretch.

“The idea that somehow public shaming is gonna be effective, I think doesn’t read the thought process in Russia very well,” Mr. Obama said.

Slams Russia on Syria also

Accusations of Russian election interference have heightened the already tense relationship between Washington and Moscow. Separately, Mr. Obama has blamed Russia for standing in the way of international efforts to stop the civil war in Syria, where government forces have beaten back rebels in Aleppo.

Mr. Obama has said he feels “responsible” for some of the suffering in Syria, but he defended his decision to avoid significant military action there. He said that while military options short of invasion were tempting, it was “impossible to do this on the cheap.”

‘Blood and atrocities on their hands’

Still, he pinned the bulk of the blame on Russia, as well as Iran, for propping up Syrian President Bashar Assad.

“This blood and these atrocities are on their hands,” he said.

Meanwhile, the President rejected any notion that the dispute over hacking was disrupting efforts to smoothly transfer power to Mr. Trump. Despite fiercely criticizing each other during the election, Mr. Obama and Mr. Trump have spoken multiple times since the campaign ended.

“He has listened,” Mr. Obama said of Mr. Trump. “I can’t say he will end up implementing. But the conversations themselves have been cordial.”

Taiwan phone call

The President did weigh in on Mr. Trump’s decision to speak with the leader of Taiwan, a recent phone call that broke decades of U.S. diplomatic protocol. Mr. Obama advised Mr. Trump to “think it through” before making changes in the One-China policy, in which the U.S. recognizes Taiwan as part of China.

In a moment of self-reflection, Mr. Obama acknowledged he had not been able to transfer his own popularity and electoral success to other Democrats. His party is now reeling from the White House loss and failure to win back either the House or Senate.

“It is not something that I’ve been able to transfer to candidates in midterms or build a sustaining organization around,” Mr. Obama said. “That’s something I would have liked to have done more of, but it’s kind of hard to do when you’re dealing with a whole bunch of issues here in the White House.”

Source: The Hindu

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