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a driver living in Siddharth Nagar at Worli Naka.987 votes. revitalising the party. Which begs the question: why didn’t the party make use of his “advice and experience” in these four years During the same period it’s no secret that people in Karnataka were treated to frequent outbursts from S M Krishna on the “decline of Congress” and how he had been calculatedly sidelined And so it was only a question of when and not if S M Krishna would abandon the Congress Krishna’s exit yet again points the needle of accountability towards the decayed Congress High Command aka dynasty His indirect swipe at Rahul Gandhi’s style of politics a “hit-and-run job…a part-time job” reflects the truth of the adage that Rahul Gandhi’s age is lesser than S M Krishna’s political experience Indeed Krishna’s exit is symptomatic of many Congress leaders of his vintage and stature The Gandhi glue that kept them within the party has come unstuck under the singular leadership of Rahul Gandhi At one time leaders like him enjoyed the confidence of the so-called High Command and he had the relative freedom as chief minister to manage a large and prosperous state as well as contain internal dissensions But now with a largely moribund High Command and a CM who continues to run amok there’s really no reason for Krishna to stay back Indeed another measure of the High Command’s frailty is its repeated failure to rein in the unpopular Siddaramaiah because ever since that fatal summer of 2014 the dynasty no longer commands the same political or moral authority and instead depends on state leaders like him for survival and finances In this light Rajeev Gowda’s remark only unsubtly betrays his fear about his party’s prospects in the near future caused by Krishna’s exit The Vokkaliga belt in the hugely influential Old Mysore region has always been the BJP’s weak wicket So while Krishna’s defection might not swing a majority of these votes towards the BJP it certainly has the potential to damage the Congress Equally the other strong competitor for Vokkaliga votes the Janata Dal (Secular) will also hurt the Congress badly But at the moment Krishna’s exit has created a mass revolt-like situation within the Congress as this report shows Equally as this Firstpost piece observes The names of a dozen other Congress leaders who already have one tentative foot in the BJP are doing the rounds in Bengaluru By all indications this is just the beginning of what may turn into an exodus in the coming weeks and months But what really offers a telling portent for the future is the fact that the High Command has continued to remain inert at these worrying developments As a sort of mirror to how it snatched defeat from the jaws of victory in Goa the Congress has simply lost the will to fight back if only for its very survival Meanwhile some of the key state Congress functionaries that this writer met after Krishna’s exit say that about 30 MLAs are ready to jump ship depending on how the Nanjanagud and Gundlupet byelections turn out And if those MLAs do indeed defect it’ll reduce the Congress to a minority government paving way for elections And the manner in which developments are unfolding in the state at the moment seems to indicate that this mass defection might likely occur much before 2018 On the BJP’s side a premature fall of the Siddaramaiah government also makes sense given the fact that the emphatic Congress victory in Punjab recently breathed some oxygen into the ailing party A premature exit in Karnataka would further demoralise the Grand Old Party Whether 9April 2017 will turn out to be the Ides of March for the Congress in Karnataka will depend both on Siddaramaiah and the BJP By: Tech Desk | Updated: October 5 2016 1:40 pm Xiaomi’s India head claims that four of the top six selling products in the electronics category of Amazon were Mi products (Image Source: Manu Kumar Jain) Top News Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi has announced that the company has ‘sold more than half a million phones in less than 72 hours’ The company had announced sales across top online retail platforms during their festive sales including Snapdeal Paytm Flipkart and Amazon With half a million phones sold Xiaomi India head Manu Kumar Jain said in a Facebook post “This means close to 2 phones were sold per second during first three days of October Based on what we know no other brand has ever achieved this in India” Watch our tech videos here Jain shared the numbers of devices sold during this period in his post According to him the Redmi 3S was the best selling product during Flipkart’s ‘Big Billion Days’ sale; Redmi Note 3 was the best selling phone on Amazon’s Great Indian Festival sale while the Mi Band 2 was the best selling wearable and Mi Power Bank the best selling powerbank on Amazon Jain claimed that the four of the top six selling products in the electronics category of Amazon were Mi products “More than six months of rigorous planning and hard work has helped us set a new benchmark in the industry Last year we sold more than half a million phones in 30 days during the month of October and this year we were able to achieve a similar number within 3 days” Jain added in his post Read:Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 sales in India hit 23 million since launch Among the top deals offered by Xiaomi include a Rs 3000 discount on Mi 5 Rs 1000 off on Mi Max Rs 500 and Rs 1000 off on Redmi Note 3 (2GB/3GB) respectively Mi 10000 power bank received a price cut of Rs 500 while the Mi 20000 power bank for a Rs 300 cut in price For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shailaja Bajpai | Updated: July 23 2015 4:45 am Related News Nidhi Razdan surveyed all before her and then looked the viewer in the eye: “Tomorrow will bring more of the same” she promised/ warned and you wanted to thump the table the way they do in Parliament and shout the way they do in Parliament: D… right (NDTV 24×7) In Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha there’s a veritable “monsoon storm” (ET Now) of words from our honourable members of Parliament reminiscent of the monsoon sessions of 2013 and 2012 Our distinguished representatives delight in kicking up a storm at the same time — just like panellists during TV studio discussions each night When you listen to either you cannot distinguish one word from the other just as you cannot tell one drop of rain from another Journalist Neerja Chowdhury observed that the BJP and Congress use the same language in their respective roles: when the BJP was in opposition it employed the very tactics now being deployed by the Congress (NDTV India) Ditto during TV news debates You may ask the chicken-and-egg question: Which one came first Did members of Parliament storm in and out of the House before or after TV news channels’ nightly downpour Yes of course However the daily jousting on TV news where everyone shouts not in order to be heard but to not allow others that luxury has certainly honed our MPs’ skills in the art of the filibuster MPs can tune into Times Now on any evening and attend free classes: three or more panelists will be at each others’ throats yelling their guts out whatever be the issue This week they would have been disappointed to miss out on tips from Professor Arnab Goswami who has been replaced by two anchors on The Newshour — clearly that is what it takes to fill his boots The master has a worthy pupil in Rahul Shivshankar (News X) You ought to have listened to him with eyes closed on Tuesday He was outraged by the non-parliamentary behaviour of our representatives in Parliament: “420 minutes have been wasted” he declaimed “Rs 10 crore 50 lakh — that’s what it costs” In the remaining 90 minutes all our MPs did was “score political points” Shivshankar took out his hand wagged the forefinger: “Doesn’t the nation deserve better We’ll be asking hard questions…’’ A funny thing happens on NDTV India Our usual suspects including politicians like Sambit Patra (BJP) and Sanjay Nirupam (Congress) who drench each other in words to the accompaniment of thunder and lightning appear like a calm sky on a clear day on Ravish Kumar’s show They listen to him and to the others politely silently and only speak when asked to So too on business news channels They are more propah than Queen Elizabeth II Everything is conducted with becoming decorum Even when it is a “bad day for the market” as it was on Monday the anchors smile sweetly (CNBC-TV18) You feel the clouds lift A discussion on the monsoon session of Parliament on Bloomberg was informative and measured No one spoke out of turn or longer than necessary except for the anchor A newsbreak on ET Now regarding the goods and services tax panel report was clearly explained and followed up by immediate reactions from experts (Monday) The objective on business channels appears to be to provide news and information with analysis in good simple English — even though the jargon can be a Sudoku puzzle So while our parliamentarians and participants on general news channels behave like grizzly bears with high blood pressure the business channels are truly bullish Why not watch them instead [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Updated: March 14 2017 1:02 am The state government says it is not against loan waiver but will take a decision (on that) at an appropriate time What does it mean” Jayant Patil NCP Leader of the House in Legislative Assembly Top News Maharashtra’s Former finance minister Jayant Patil is of the opinion that no chief minister or finance minister will ever give consent to a crop loan waiver when the government’s coffers are running empty Patil who is currently the leader of the NCP in the Legislative Assembly had held the state’s finance portfolio for three consecutive terms in the Congress-NCP coalition government since 1999 Watch What Else Is Making News Discussing the politics economics and arithmetic of crop loan waiver both at the Centre and in Maharashtra while speaking to The Indian Express Patil put across the challenges for any government having to deal with financial constraints “The conservative estimate of crop loan waiver would work out to Rs 25000 cr to Rs 30000 cr approximately Now no wise chief minister or finance minister will give permission for the crop loan waiver The task has become more challenging for the present government that has miserably failed in fiscal prudence thus reflecting poor financial management” said Patil He added: “The overall budget spending shows 47 per cent which means there is an undeclared cut in force The series of mega-projects being pursued by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis in multiple sectors like infrastructure also makes us wonder how they would mobilise the funds” Speaking about the socio-politics behind the Opposition’s demand for a crop loan waiver during the ongoing budget session Patil justified it He said: “Our decision is not politically driven It is our concern to bring immediate relief to the farmers across rural Maharashtra In the last three to four successive years farmers suffered due to drought Last year we had a good monsoon There was good crop production However farmers’ earnings were badly affected because of the demonetisation policy imposed from November 8 2016” Patil added: “Farmers were forced to sell their vegetables fruits and crops at much lower prices Except for cash crops like sugarcane all other crops fetched lower prices causing revenue loss to farmers” Taking a strong objection to the government’s argument that the loan waiver had helped district cooperative banks and not farmers in the past he said: “I am not asking money for banks The government can always directly transfer the cash into farmers’ accounts” The NCP leader said: “If Prime Minister Narendra Modi can promise loan waiver to farmers in Uttar Pradesh what stops the government from taking the decision in Maharashtra This is our basic question at a time they boast of a robust economy which is not the case Therefore as I said in the beginning unless any state has surplus money it would be a difficult task to waive the crop loans completely” Reminding of former Union agriculture minister Sharad Pawar’s 2008 decision after discussion with then prime minister Manmohan Singh on a crop loan waiver of Rs 71000 crore for the entire country Patil said “There were no immediate elections But the UPA government still went ahead with the decision to bring relief to farmers” He added: “Today the state government says it is not against loan waiver but will take a decision (on that) at an appropriate time What does it mean” Commenting on the Shiv Sena trying to take credit for the demand for crop loan waiver Patil said: “They are a confused party On one hand they are enjoying power in the government and on the other they are trying to show that they are an Opposition party” Taking a dig at the Sena he said: “Now all Opposition parties had taken a decision to protest at the footsteps of Vidhan Bhawan on the crop loan waiver issue But just to show that they are different the Shiv Sena sat a few feet away at the footsteps of Chhatrapati Shivaji’s statue A section was protesting against the government and the other half is participating in the government People will soon see their double standards” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsStudents of the National Law Institute University (NLIU) Bhopal ended their week-long protest after a meeting with Chief Justice Hemant Gupta of the Madhya Pradesh High Court on Wednesday They had petitioned the Chief Justice on 13 November In what could be termed a victory for the students Chief Justice Gupta issued a directive to the university administration to expedite the process of appointing a new director and designated additional district and sessions judge Giribala Singh as the law university’s registrar with effect from 16 November Director SS Singh whose removal was the protesting students’ primary demand was sent on leave with around 10 months left in his second tenure at NLIU Chief Justice Gupta met 14 representatives of the protesting students in the presence of Justice JK Maheshwari Advocate General Purushendra Kaurav senior advocate Vivek Krishna Tankha and principal secretary law and legislative affairs department AM Saxena He also ordered a committee comprising of the additional secretary of the higher education department and principal secretary of the law and legislative affairs department to hold a fact-finding enquiry into the allegations made by the students and address their grievances to improve the administration at the institute The committee will submit its report by 25 December Protests at NLIU Bhopal Shilpa Bhowmick/101Reporters An instance of alleged favouritism in the evaluation of 10th-trimester answer sheets sparked this row Students say marks were liberally bestowed upon a student who would have otherwise failed When the administration was informed of this alleged bias the students were asked to pay Rs 1000 for revaluation of their papers they said Apart from the director’s ouster students’ other demands included an extension of library and hostel timings changes in attendance guidelines and relaxation on humanitarian and medical grounds and transparency in the examination process Firstpost ran a story about this on 14 November The students’ petition to Chief Justice Gupta had accused the college administration of many irregularities including multiple instances of corruption lack of financial transparency and accountability casteism the absence of a medical leave policy and denial of leave on genuine grounds and non-conformity with the Student Entitlement Guidelines 2013 When questioned on the fifth day of protest Singh had said: “The students now just have one agenda of protest to remove the director And my resignation will come only when I am asked by the Chief Justice to resign The allegation of passing the student with extra marks is false I have myself checked the papers” Student Bar Association of Hidayatullah National Law University Raipur (Chhattisgarh) Student Bar Council of National Law University and Judicial Academy Assam; and the Student Welfare Committee at Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University Lucknow had acknowledged the protest of NLIU students in a joint statement and had suggested that the only feasible solution to avoid such “mismanagement” is to centralise these institutions under the aegis of the Parliament itself Now that the protest has been called off regular classes commenced from Thursday while the general council assured the protesting students that their attendance will be taken care of The author is a Bhopal-based freelance writer and a member of 101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters It’s nice to get one and make the most of it, Juventus defender Medhi Benatia was appearing on a Rai show via video link after 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