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that only you can say. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: October 14, It’s just different hopefully, We are probing whether Rauf had passed on inside information or had influenced matches through wrong decisions, the officer added Crime Branch sources also alleged that VindooPawan and Sanjay booked hotel rooms for Rauf during the umpires visits to Mumbai For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: July 9 2013 3:34 pm Related News Participant of the Dalit Panther movement in the 70sSunil Dighe reminisces here about its hopes and failure The movement would have been 40 today Each nation has its share of movements but some movements are such that they compel society to give a thought to their calls and demands They have long-term effects The Dalit Panther was one such thrilling and stormy movement In 1972a small news item appeared in ‘Nava Kaal’ Leading Dalit writers were about to come together in a classroom to discuss the ineffective leadership in the Republican Party and find an alternative answer to it Litterateurs like Raja DhaleJ V PawarNamdev DhasalAvinash MahatekarLatif Khatik as well as Baburao Bagul and Bhai Sangare were going to attend the discussion The approved agenda of discussion was the then Republican Party s submissive stand on the question of Dalits and their leadership wagging its tail before the Congress Party Raja Dhalea fine writer and poetran a newsletter using new methods Its name was ‘Vidroh’ (rebellion) In ‘Vidroh’his articlespoemsthought-provoking and shocking caricatures shot to fame Namdev had slowly started gaining fame as a poet The atrocities committed against Dalits across the country and in Maharashtra at the time were the root of all these movements and the RPICongresspoets and others in Opposition were not ready to take any concrete measures to stand up against oppression It is then the assembled members decided to form an organisation for self-defence and to take on the dominance of the Brahminical ideology The movement was to be on the lines of the Black Panther movement that challenged the supremacy of the whites The Dalit Panther What was surprising is that even earlierto a certain extent’shudras’ were described as Dalits But this timethe word Dalit was used with a broader perspective Everyone had taken notice of the organisation and this was the first leap of the Dalit Panther The founders were grappling with humble lifestyles or abject poverty Rebellion was in the voice But they executed it in their actions The country had completed 25 years of independence and thenin 1972Raja Dhale wrote a fiery piece in ‘Sadhana’a weekly In a country where the poor could not livein Kalivenmani (Tamil Nadu) where 42 landless farmers were killed by landlords and in several villages in Maharashtra where women were paraded nakedDhales article gained popularity as an expression of anger against atrocities The article questioned the sanctity of the tri-colour in a country that could not protect the dignity of Dalit women The article caused an earthquakeespecially among the youth and progressive thinkers of the time Namdev Dhasal lived then in a red light area in Mumbaiand like him Dalits were forced to live in ostracised settlements outside the city His father was a butcher by profession and brought home a measly daily wage and the leftovers of mutton and kheema That is how Namdevs Golpitha was born Most Dalit writers and poets lived in slums and settlements from Matunga labour camp to Mazgaon KhaddaSaat RastaBDD chawls etc At such a timethose taking pride in the 25 years of Independence were shocked by Dhales unhappy reactions to the tri-colour The question of real Independence was raised by the Dalit Panther first and there began the story of ‘Vetaal Panchvishi’ It was impossible for king Vikram to answer these questionsand similarlyeven today it is impossible for the common man to find those answers In the tornado-like formative years of the Pantherthe first public protest was challenging A rebellious protest was organised to condemn the polices attack on Raja Dhale after a fiery speech he delivered in Worli The winds of election were blowing But this protest march was of a different kind There were prohibition orders against assemblies and public meetings But the radical protest was carried out in Bhoiwada in support of Dhale About 20000 Dalits came together from bylanes of chawls and the narrow spaces between buildings like mice would spring out of burrows With aggressive announcements and in violation of prohibition ordersthe protest carried on The mob was lathi-charged But the scars of the lathi injuries were automatically left on the entire Dalit population Later in Worlisome anti-social elements deliberately fuelled riots In its formative yearsthe Panthers first morcha was quite instigating The morcha was held in the Bhoiwada-Parel area with a view to support a speech delivered by Worlis king Dhasal and to oppose the polices brutal attack on him At the timethe elections were round the corner and this morcha came across as a very different kind There was a ban on meetings and congregations at that time Even under such conditionsjust to oppose the policenearly 20000 men and women from the Dalit community came out from the middle of chawls and their two buildings The morcha started amid aggressive announcements despite the ban There was lathi-charge The lathis struck the very fabric of Dalit society In the coming dayspowers deliberately created riot-like situations in Worli A fight was sparked between two sects in the chawls of Worli For the very first timea Lok-Aayog (peoples commission) was established and Admiral Nilopher Bhagwat drafted a report recording reasons and placing appropriate responsibility for the death of 11 Dalits in firing The Dalit Panther gave new meaning to the word Dalitand the movement spread to the lowest societal strata across all states The Panther not only attracted youthbut also prompted them to think for their own Due to proclamations made by the Panther in ralliesit became a habit to address root issues A book penned by Avinash Mahatekar on the Panthers lethal strike had gained popularity — titled ‘Arise hungry Dalits for striking corrupt economy’ The Panther called out to the hungry and deprived Dalits and taught them to live a life of dignity with a righteous stance There was widespread dissatisfaction due to the all-round drought of 1967the rising unemployment on the back of the failure of the five-year plan and the shocking report of the Lok Sabha appointed Ilaya Perumal committee on the torture inflicted on Dalits In 1972there was severe drought across Maharashtra To ensure the dissatisfaction did not eruptthe employment guarantee scheme was introduced as a medicine to keep the population calm Dalit labour was used across the state to dig roads Dalit youth thronged cities such as MumbaiNashikPune and other urban sprawls Most of the them aligned themselves under the Panthers flag and created their shelters They earned their right to live This was a major impact of the Panthers movement Just as growing public declarationsthese small movements also gained strength Locked in a room at the Siddharth hostel for two daysthe KingNamdeo and I had intense discussions and prepared the public declarations It took some time for these demands to take effectbut a 100-point roster system was introduced by the state Firstthe question was how to fill seats But the established higher classesin the initial phaseused the roster to make sure that Dalits did not get their reserved seats The situation changed a bit later Todayreserved seats have become invisible due to privatisation everywherewith the public sector being almost nonexistent Bureaucracy also swallows the reserved seats on the roster There were many youth in the Dalit community who took advantage of the roster But they never showed the initiative and courage to make proper use of reserved seats and study hard The Dalit Panther movement affected not only Dalit menbut also Dalit women and people from other neighbouring communities to a great extent The movement only got three years to be conducted openly But thenthe Emergency was imposed The Panther was the first to oppose the Emergency Youth from all communities came together to oppose it Besidesa large faction of the Panthers leadership backed Jayprakash Narayans movement There had already been controversy over who was a hardcore communistafter the Panther took part in a mill workers protest And this is where a rift started forming in the Panther leadership Society was in need of leaders and organisations that would fearlessly solve its issuesbut with timeeven that started receding The leadership of the Dalit movement was formed on its own by people from poor areas and those staying in chawls and slums Every branch came to be 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Reliance Big Pictures bought the distribution rights of the movie from the producers for an undisclosed amount For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | Washington | Published: March 16 2013 11:56 am Related News Anyone who needs a reason not to overindulge on St Patricks Day or on any other day of the yearthe American Chemical Society (ACS) video shows alcohols effects on the body For those celebrating St Patricks Day with green beermoderation is keyas alcohol has several negative effects on your body many of which usually amount to a miserable morning-after Produced by the American Chemical Society (ACS) Office of Public AffairsThe Chemistry of Alcohol and Hangovers video explains the science behind these unpleasant after-effects that excessive drinking can have on the body They include headachescaused by low blood sugar and allergic reactions to certain ingredients in liquor Nausea and upset stomachresulting from alcohols irritant effectwhich stimulates the secretion of acid in the stomach and thirstthe result of alcohols dehydrating effects on the body For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: December 20 2011 5:03 pm Related News Planning to kick the butt You may find motivation from a new study which claims that people who successfully quit smoking are more satisfied with their livesand feel healthier than those who continue to smoke Researchers at the University of Wisconsin looked at over 1500 people participating a US smoking cessation trial They assessed each participant’s smoking status and quality of life one year and three years after the smoking cessation trial “Our findings suggest that over the long-term individuals will be happier and more satisfied with their lives if they stop smoking than if they do not” the researchers were quoted as saying by LiveScience “This research provides substantial evidence that quitting smoking benefits well-beingcompared to continuing smoking” they said The study’s “quality of life” measures included the participant’s healthself-regardphilosophy of life and personal relationships “Smokers might believe that quitting will decrease life satisfaction or quality of life — because they believe it disrupts routinesinterferes with relationshipsleads to a loss of smoking-related pleasureor because cessation deprives them of a coping strategy” the authors wrote in the journal Annals of Behavioral Medicine But despite such concernsthe researchers found that those who quit reported no such deterioration due to quitting On the contraryquitters scored higher on measures of overall quality of lifehealth-related quality of life and positive emotionsboth one year and three years after cessationcompared with those who continued to smoke Successful quitters also reported that they felt they had fewer stressors by the third yearthe researchers said The new findings could be used by clinicians to educate and motivate people to stop smoking by helping them focus on the positive experiences of quittingthey added For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: September 27 2016 9:42 pm Computer-generated music that British mathematician Alan Turing’s pioneering work in the late 1940 (Source : Epic Fireworks/Flickr) Top News Researchers in New Zealand have restored the “true sound” in the earliest known recording of computer-generated music that British mathematician Alan Turing’s pioneering work in the late 1940s helped create Jack Copeland Professor in Arts at the University of Canterbury along with Jason Long a New Zealand-based composer and performer said their work made it possible to restore the recording with the result that the true sound of the ancestral computer can be heard once again for the first time in more than half a century In 1951 a BBC outside broadcast unit in Manchester used a portable acetate disc cutter to capture three melodies played by a primeval computer This gigantic computer filled much of the ground floor of Alan Turing’s Computing Machine Laboratory In addition today all that remains of the recording session is a 12-inch single-sided acetate disc cut by the BBC’s technician while the computer played The computer itself was scrapped long ago so the archived recording was the only window on that historic soundscape that the researchers had The researchers discovered that the pitches were not accurate — the recording gave at best only a rough impression of how the computer sounded Copeland and Long said in a blog post on the British Library website But with some electronic detective work it proved possible to restore the recording they added “Alan Turing’s pioneering work in the late 1940s on transforming the computer into a musical instrument has largely been overlooked: it’s an urban myth of the music world that the first computer-generated musical notes were heard in 1957 at Bell Labs in America” Copeland and Long wrote Computer-generated notes were emerging from a loudspeaker in Turing’s computing lab as early as the autumn of 1948 they noted Alan Turing who broke the WWII Enigma code is widely acknowledged as the father of modern computer science As depicted in the 2014 Oscar-winning film “The Imitation Game” Turing was prosecuted in 1952 for homosexual acts when such behaviour was still a criminal act in Britain He underwent chemical castration as an alternative to prison Turing killed himself in 1954 at the age of 41 Queen Elizabeth II granted him a posthumous pardon in 2013 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News Last Thursday we hosted a ScienceLive chat on "Science at the Olympics" in which we asked researchers for their views on the new scientific innovations set to enter the Olympic stage this week in London We intended to discuss prosthetics and performance-enhancing drugs but unfortunately our blood-doping expert Don Catlin was unable to join us Catlin is an expert on drug use in sports and a professor emeritus at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) He founded the UCLA Olympic Analytical Laboratory which is a national testing site for performance-enhancing drugs and is used by the NCAA the National Football League Major League Baseball and the US Olympic Committee After the chat we sent him your questions about athletes’ use of agents such as erythropoietin (EPO) which produces extra red blood cells and human growth hormone (HGH) which increases strength He also discussed epitestosterone a hormone that is almost identical to testosterone but does not improve athletic ability It is used to mask high levels of testosterone Readers also asked about the implications of biological passports that record individual athletes’ doping test results and the high-profile Bay Area Laboratory Cooperative (BALCO) scandal which outed several prominent professional athletes for using performance-enhancing drugs Below are his responses Q: What new doping methods are you most concerned about DC: My main concern involves attempts to thwart the current tests by using mini-doses of EPO and EPO-like drugs and HGH There are people who search for ways to use doping agents and not get caught They are performing clandestine clinical research but they do not have ethics committee approval and of course they do not file reports on their studies Nevertheless the "subjects" provide details to each other that describe their doses the dates of the tests and the test outcomes In one sense their model is powerful because it relies on human testing doses and results However it lacks controls and lots of features of legitimate pharmacology protocols We do not know how many people are involved but there is some evidence that mini-doses of EPO may be avoiding positive test results Eventually a low dose will not provide efficacy for the participants Q: Do you feel the biological passport system will hold up as a way of catching doping athletes DC: The theory behind the passport program is very sound and all physicians can relate to it because they use it every day in their work In practice the passports are very difficult to prove drug use They cannot rely on legitimate clinical studies They do rely on huge databases but outliers can be complicated The response range of the human body on the relevant variables is huge By this time I would have expected more cases to have been publicized The people making the decisions must be very careful—which is no doubt why there are not so many cases The data are not available for review I have data from my own studies but not from studies being conducted by the University of California Irvine I expect that in time passports will result in more defensible cases of doping It is one more tool in the armamentarium of the antidopers Q: Did the BALCO files provide any new information regarding the use of steroids and HGH DC: It did not provide any new information to me I had been expecting this type of doping for several years; however when I spoke at conferences about the possibility it was difficult to generate interest in a theoretical possibility The BALCO affair was exceedingly important because it proved without doubt that designer drugs epitestosterone to normalize the testosterone-epitestosterone ratio etc.
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