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Shakib Al Hasan fills two. the earthquake was felt 13 kilometers southeast of Bawal in Haryana Related News A medium intensity earthquake measuring 4. the quake shook the national capital at around 4.Chandika Hathurusinghe who resigned from his position with the Tigers. Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekara chose not to comment on the discussions but hoped the former Test player would take up the job.“I (would) certainly welcome Hathurusingha to prepare our team for the next World Cup” Jayasekara told reporters in Colombo “But I don’t want to say anything about the discussions that are taking place” Under Hathurusingha Bangladesh have made giant strides in the world of cricket reaching the semi-finals of the ICC Champions Trophy in England earlier this year Later Bangladesh staged a miracle win over Australia in the first Test at home but the two-match series ended in a 1-1 draw However he came under fire later in a horror show in South Africa Against the Proteas Bangladesh lost the two Tests three ODIs and two T20 His contract with theBangladesh Cricket Board was up until the 2019 World Cup and earned $40000 a month He is now expected to horne talent in Sri Lanka with a focus on the 2019 World Cup to be played in England He played26 Tests and 35 ODIs for Sri Lanka before becoming the assistant coach under Trevor Bayliss a job he lost in 2010 He was later appointed coach for Australia’s New South Wales side landing the more lucrative Bangladesh job in May 2014 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Etawah | Published: April 2 2017 9:14 pm Senior Samajwadi Party leader Shivpal Yadav today ruled out forming any political outfit or joining any party Top News Senior Samajwadi Party leader Shivpal Yadav today ruled out forming any political outfit or joining any party A day after SP patron Mulayam Singh Yadav said that the final decision on forming another party was yet to be taken the former UP minister said he was not going to join any other political party nor going to float any political party “I am with Netaji (Mulayam) and would stay with him” he told reporters Yesterday in a public outburst (in Mainpuri) Mulayam had said that his son had insulted him and his brother Shivpal He said that voters understood that “one who is not loyal to his father cannot be loyal to anyone” which led to the party’s poll debacle in UP assembly elections where the SP got only 47 seats out 403 He also went to the extent of saying “Jo apne baap kaa nahi ho saka woh aapka kya hogaa (how can a person who is not loyal to his father be loyal to you)” The SP patron also mentioned that Prime Minister Narendra Modi during one of his election rallies in Kannauj had also echoed the same sentiment Expressing resentment over the “sacking” of the then UP Cabinet Minister Shivpal Yadav Mulayam said “He (Akhilesh) sacked his own uncle Shivpal Singh Yadav – a very hard working Minister who was also insulted” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Nagpur | Published: March 29 2017 5:53 pm RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat (Express archive photo) Top News RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat on Wednesday dismissed suggestions that he was in the presidential race wryly calling such reports “entertainment news” He asserted that his name would not come up for the President’s post andeven if it is proposed he “will not accept it” “The news about I being a nominee for the upcoming Presidential elections is not true The report that the media is running is entertainment news” Bhagwat said at a felicitation programme in Rajwada Palace in Nagpur Clarifying on his rumoured Presidential ambition Bhagwat said that as a member of the Sangh Parivar he is devoted to his organisation and the society “When we joined the Sangh we closed doors for all other possibilities We work only for the Sangh and the society and my name would not come up for the President’s post Andeven if my name is proposed I will not accept it” he said Two days ago Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut had floated the name of Bhagwat for the top post and suggested that he would be a good choice “It is the highest post in the country Somebody with a clean image should occupy it We have heard Mohan Bhagwat’s name is being discussed for President “If India has to be made a Hindu rashtra Bhagwat will be a good choice for President But the decision (to support his candidature) will be taken by Uddhavji (Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray)” he had told reporters in Nagpur The Congress however had rejected the suggestion and said the party would come out with its candidate after holding internal discussions as it is opposed to the saffron ideology Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to host a dinner for all NDA MPs on a move aimed at seeking their support for the NDA Presidential candidate President Pranab Mukherjee’s term will end on July 24 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Updated: March 29 2017 12:26 am Mohan Bhagwat (Express Photo by Prem Nath Pandey) Top News It is reported that about 700-odd academics including 50 vice chancellors as a show of their upright commitment to education and the nation recently attended a workshop at Delhi University organised by RSS affiliates The purpose of the workshop apparently was to reflect on the “absence of Indian-ness” in the Indian education system and the creation of autonomous “Indic” thinking Perhaps this move for the indigenisation of education should be welcomed For if we were interested in genuine indigenisation the following would happen First we would restore fully autonomy to higher education The king’s arms have no place inside the gurukul Sovereign power cannot lord over institutions of learning; political intimidation cannot define the contours of what is thought or what is spoken What place does flag-waving have in a place of learning This would apply to all institutions This indigenisation would be altogether worthy Second we would get rid of destructive nationalism in learning Come to think of it nationalism is a very un-Indic ideology For a culture that supposedly is about the dissolving boundaries of the ego and the self it makes no sense to replace the ego and the self with the collective narcissism of a larger self Sure for political and civic purposes we need some form of solidarity But the ahamkara of nationalism its arrogant absorption of individuality and plurality its limiting of our intellectual horizons to the nation is surely a diminution of our indigenous aspirations Third we would finally confront the deep-seated resentment that has haunted the “Bharatiya eco system” of education This resentment has two sources: How did India manage to reconcile the most radical intellectualism with one of the vilest systems of social hierarchy known to mankind Yes these hierarchies were fluid they were often challenged but our capacity to oppress people under the tyranny of compulsory identities to police the boundaries between groups made it very difficult for intellectual radicalism and openness to make a dent on an oppressive social necessity The most magnificent metaphysical tolerance co-existed with social intolerance the demands of The Soul often mutilated the claims of individuality For a culture poetry the adikavya of Ramayana was born in a reaction against cruelty the failure to put avoiding cruelty first when it comes to social relations is surely a mystery a Bharatiya education would solve The second source is this Colonialism subjugated and delegitimised many forms of knowledge; and some Leftists driven by ideology more than scholarship have abetted these mistakes But this is only a small part of the story as Hazari Prasad Dwivedi always pointed out The truth was we were hollowing ourselves out from within; we began to wallow in endlessly rehearsing our own truisms Just to take one example: There is unbridled resentment in Hindutva circles that the current hierarchies of knowledge privilege the Oxfords and the Harvards Some scepticism about them would be healthy But the resentment betrays something deeper They fail to ask: What prevented the emergence of worthy rivals and alternatives in India particularly after the 19th century The answer is in plain sight Many European and American universities were religious institutions that transformed into the producers of modern knowledge Imagine a counterfactual Imagine if the wealthiest of our religious endowments from the Sringeri Math to the Tirupati Trust had over the last two centuries transformed themselves into such hybrid centres of openness and excellence: Where traditional learning was not limited to reproducing the same truisms over and over again where outsiders were welcome where modern currents of knowledge woke them out of their socially conservative dogmatic slumber Perhaps the history of Indian knowledge production would have been different God knows they have enough wealth to do it The point is not what the British or the Left did to us; it is what we did to ourselves In short indigenisation would frontally help us confront the two deep insecurities that lead to such a resentful nationalism: Guilt at our own social cruelty and failure to confront our own intellectual ossification There is fleeting recognition of this when it comes to caste But nationalism has provided the perfect alibi for finding an external scapegoat Genuine indigenisation will require liberation from the clap trap of resentment of others After all nothing displays the fact that you are possessed by external powers in your very being more than when you keep blaming outsiders keep contriving new enemies Indigenisation would require confronting the self as much as confronting the other The insidious claim in the call to indigenisation is this: What counts as Indian Who gets to set these terms What about western ideas What about Islam Will we recognise as Aurobindo did “However much we may deplore some of the characteristics of that intervening period which were dominated by the western standpoint or move away from that standpoint back to our own characteristic way of seeing existence we cannot get rid of a certain element of inevitable change it has produced upon us any more than a man can go back in life to what he was some years ago” Will we recognise as Aurobindo did that Islam nourished India and was nourished by it Or will the choice of indigenous be determined by Golwalkar who said non-Hindu peoples must “stay in the country wholly subordinated to the Hindu nation” A genuine indigenisation would require embracing all of India; not parts of it So bring on the indigenisation that embraces all the Western and the Islamic the Aghoris and the Tantriks the Marxists and the Liberals as Indian Bring on the indigenisation for it might have several collateral benefits At least we will stop seeking validation of Rama by the methodologies of alien knowledge like positivist history and archaeology Surely Rama’s reality is different Let the historians have their squabbles Surely it is not wise to rest the identity of India on what stone the next dig throws up Bring on indigenisation: A deep exposure to Indian culture might actually cure the custodians of Indian culture of prudishness machismo and homophobia Any exposure to a classical culture will hopefully cure nationalists of a boorish anti-intellectualism a resentment against ideas So bring on “Indic thinking” After all if there is an axis to “Indic thinking” it centres on the mystery of consciousness: How does the mind get hold of its own operations Indic thinking will require self-awareness What we are not sure of is whether the current custodians of nationalism in education can handle its truth The writer is President CPR Delhi and Contributing Editor ‘The Indian Express‘ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News unseen particles may comprise 80 per cent of the matter in the universe. While the UPA government, Ganga, We need to humbly remember the great history of Gujarat.

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