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Often foreigners and students of ancient architecture and history find their way up here,project work has also been embedded in the curriculum, Singh said Securing DU for students n With the registration for admission to around 54000 undergraduate seats beginning on WednesdayDU has decided to implement special security measures in North Campus n From 9 am to 1 pmtraffic movement will be restricted on Chhatra Margwith effect from June 5 to June 19 n Police will patrol the campus and extra personnelincluding women officerswill be deployed n CCTV footage will be monitored Common Pre-admission Form available at 18 centres North /Central Delhi Miranda House (North Campus) Kirorimal College (North Campus) Faculty of Arts (North Campus) Swami Sharadhanand College (Alipur) Zakir Husain College (Jawaharlal Nehru Marg) South Delhi Jt Dean Students Welfare Office (South Campus) PGDAV College (Nehru NagarRing Road) College of Vocational Studies (Sheikh Sarai) Deshbandhu College (Kalkaji) ARSD College (Dhaula Kuan) Gargi College (Siri Fort Road) East Delhi BR Ambedkar College (Yamuna Vihar) Shyam Lal College (Shahadara) Vivekananda College (Vivek Vihar) Maharaja Agrasen College (Mayur Vihar Phase-I) West Delhi Rajdhani College (Raja Garden) Shyama Prasad Mukherjee College (Punjabi Bagh) Bhagini Nivedita College (KairNajafgarh) For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: A woman working with the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has alleged that she was sexually harassed by four employees including a senior official of the urban body the police said on Wednesday Representational image Reuters In her complaint she alleged that they sexually harassed her for over two and a half years and made videos of the incidents they said The woman got a job in the DDA after her husband’s death in 2014 the police said Romil Baaniya Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) said "We have received the complaint and we are in the process of initiating legal action" She has also alleged that the accused had threatened to kill her and were not paying her dues the police said The woman has approached senior DDA officials and apprised them about the matter "The woman has submitted a complaint to DDA authorities alleging sexual harassment An inquiry has been ordered into the case Action will be taken accordingly" a senior DDA official said The police said that they were trying to ascertain when the incidents of harassment took place Written by Suhas Palshikar | Updated: October 15 2014 10:43 am Related News As Maharashtra goes to polls two questions seem to be crucial First what would be the extent of the Congress’s downfall in a state that it has almost always ruled over the past six decades The other question obviously is how far the BJP’s gamble of severing links with the Shiv Sena will pay off In the Lok Sabha elections this year Maharashtra saw a drastic reversal of previous trends The Congress was reduced to two seats in the state and the party does not seem to have recovered In contrast the BJP then in alliance with the Shiv Sena won 23 of the 24 seats it contested and posted a very robust vote share of 27 per cent The BJP is aware that the assembly polls following close on the heels of the Lok Sabha elections gives it an advantage So it has gone into the electoral contest not just to wrest power but also to expand the party in the state Whatever the outcome this Sunday the BJP in Maharashtra will be a changed party different from what it has been for the past 25 years Three factors marked the BJP’s campaign in Maharashtra though it could be argued that these factors are increasingly becoming stable features of the party’s strategy everywhere They are: a Narendra Modi-centric campaign coupled with an aggressive media blitz and careful state-specific mobilisation strategies The campaign in Maharashtra exemplifies this approach The central feature of course is a near-total reliance on the image and popularity of Modi The last two weeks saw the prime minister visiting ever smaller and more remote places in the state A hypothetical but very interesting question is: what would have happened if the BJP’s popular state leader Gopinath Munde had not died tragically in an accident In his absence it was only Modi everywhere In a repeat of the Lok Sabha campaign a hype would be created about Modi’s visit huge crowds would eagerly await him and then Modi would launch into an all-too-familiar attack on the misdeeds of the 15-year-old Congress-NCP government Exactly 20 years ago Maharashtra had witnessed similar public excitement and eagerness to listen to the late Sena chief Bal Thackeray At the time the Shiv Sena had only a nominal organisational presence in most districts But the Shiv Sena-BJP alliance defeated the Congress in both the Marathwada and Vidarbha regions of the state known for being long-time Congress bases Societal imbalances and unresponsive elites have often combined to give rise to a blistering anti-establishment polemic which in turn has become a driver of political change That social chemistry could be replayed this time But it would perhaps be a mistake to understand the BJP campaign only in terms of Modi magic The prime minister’s popularity cannot be denied but one must also consider the scale on which the BJP launched its campaign through media advertisements When Bal Thackeray stepped out of Mumbai to capture the popular imagination in the state he had at his disposal the party’s mouthpiece Saamana Today’s BJP has instead a willing media and all the money to publicise itself Truly the BJP has understood the power of political advertisement and used it to terrific effect This is not to say that other parties did not resort to the same campaign strategy But the BJP stands out in two respects First the scale of it and second the content Given the reticence of our parties on the details of campaign expenditure we cannot measure accurately the range of resources that have been deployed But the unprecedented media blitz foregrounds the relationship between the resources spent the quality of the message and its effect on the electorate The BJP not only spent vast resources but also invested considerable intellectual energy in designing the message and was therefore more successful in putting it across Its media blitz was not only lavish but also targeted and effective Third there was a carefully calculated state-specific nuance to the BJP campaign Modi’s image projected in his public rallies and in the advertisements sought to present the BJP as a party that was above caste and regional considerations But that homogenised appeal also contained caste and regional undercurrents Throughout the campaign the BJP projected itself as the true inheritor of Chhatrapati Shivaji The Shivaji symbol was critical Through it the state BJP could reach out to the masses with whom it otherwise had a limited connect In addition to the regional appeal the BJP mobilisation was also aimed at different caste blocs Already the party has accommodated a large number of locally powerful players who may ensure the support of the large Maratha community Besides the BJP has acquired an ally in the form of the Shiv Sangram Party which claims to represent Maratha interests At the same time the BJP has also kept its alliance with the Athavale faction of the Republican Party of India It also attracted various OBC groups The alliance with the Rashtriya Samaj Party which represents the interests of the restive Dhangar community is one example BJP president Amit Shah’s very open exhortation to the OBCs to rally behind Munde’s daughter Pankaja Munde was another attempt to gain the support of the state’s fragmented OBCs Thus the BJP forged a larger social coalition not through a supra-caste appeal but simply by appealing to a range of important caste communities independently Each caste or community is woven into the larger narrative of the party which appeals to the specific history symbols and cultural identity of each group This strategy has allowed the BJP to replicate what it sought to do in Uttar Pradesh: bring together various caste groups by appealing to them separately Till five months ago the BJP would have been seen as a weak third — if not fourth — player in Maharashtra politics It lacked a strong organisation in many parts of the state Except Munde most of its leaders had a very small mass base Yet the party has taken a gamble and hopes to make the most of Modi’s popularity The story of Maharashtra is not very different from that of Haryana in terms of the BJP’s strategy and objectives It would be interesting to see if the strategy of reshaping local identities from above succeeds electorally in the short run and helps build a strong base for the party in the long term The writer teaches political science at Savitribai Phule Pune University [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 28 2017 4:41 am Top News THE series of events for the run up to the Passing out Parade of the 132nd course of the National Defence Academy began on Saturday with the inauguration of an Expo of various hobby club activities of the cadets The Expo Spring Term 2017 was inaugurated by NDA’s First Lady Jasjeet Kler wife of the commandant and president of the Family Welfare Organisation in the presence of the Commandant Air Marshal J S Kler in the foyer of the Rakesh Sharma Block and will be kept open for visitors on Sunday and Monday The activities of the club displayed at the Expo clubs range from archery astro-navigation static and flying aero-modelling10 metre shooting automotive arts photography dramatics western classical music dance artificial intelligence robotics skeet shooting golf life saving skill cycling and group of waterman ship clubs which include sailing kayaking and rowing This year the NDA cadets have earned laurels in Silhouettes 2017 an inter college cultural festival organised at the Armed Forces Medical College from February 23 to 27 The cadets also bagged the first prize in debate and photography second prize in dance and western music and third prize each in arts and dramatics Besides NDA cadets also participated in competitions in various other disciplines like riding shooting marathons at various levels and won prizes Apart from developing the skills of a ‘Gentleman Warrior’ in this cradle of military leadership cadets are expected to give expression to their creative skills where these clubs play a crucial role a press release from the NDA said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: Alleging "petty politics" behind the controversy over the death sentence to Mumbai blasts convict Yakub Memon BJP on Sundaysaid the decision was taken after a thorough legal process and that it should be honoured by all These remarks by party spokesperson Sambit Patra came on a day a number of MPs from various parties including BJP’s Shatrughan Sinha and eminent citizens from different walks of life submitted a petition to President Pranab Mukherjee against the death sentence awarded to Memon Yakub Memon IBN Live Bollywood actor Salman Khan too had tweeted defending Memon though he later retracted his tweet Without taking any name Patra said his comments are meant for all — whether they are into politics or otherwise "If terrorism has no religion how is it possible that terrorists can be ascribed to their religion Law is blind It does not have eyes to differentiate on the basis of religion and colour "Let us not try for our petty political gains to give eyes to law Similarly terrorism has no religion Let us not try for our petty political gains to ascribe a religion to a terrorist or terrorism Connecting terrorism with any religion or community will be doing injustice to that religion or community" he said Patra said that the death penalty of Memon a convict in the 1993 Mumbai blasts case was held by the apex court after a thorough judicial process "257 persons have died Their deaths are very painful for their families. It’s a matter of regret that this kind of politics is happening over the issue of hanging of a terrorist" the BJP spokesperson said Asked about Salman’s earlier tweets Patra said "Anyone and everyone in this country should respect the law of this country No one is above the law of the country The case has been going on in various courts of law for last 20 years" "It is but natural that every aspect of the case must have been studied by the law and thereafter a verdict given And that’s the reason as to why everyone should refrain from commenting on the process of the law" When told about the petition to the President the BJP spokesperson said that he would not like to comment on it is with the President The BJP spokesperson said that the case has undergone a legal process for 20 years and "only after due deliberation it has reached a sense of closure" "Let the law take its own course Why are we for our political gains commenting on these issues" he said PTI Ghogha:Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the first phase of the Rs 615 crore ‘roll-on-roll-off’ (ro-ro) ferry service between Ghogha in Saurashtra and Dahej in south Gujarat on Sunday He launched the first phase at a rally in Ghogha in the presence of Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel File image of Prime Minister Narendra Modi PTI "This is the first of its kind project not only in India but also in South-East Asia" Modi said at the rally which comes ahead of the Assembly polls in the state "This is also a unique project as the state government has used the latest technology to make this ferry service possible" he said The prime minister had earlier termed this as his "dream project" He is later scheduled to make a trip from Ghogha Bhavnagar district to Dahej Bharuch on the ferry From Dahej he will leave for Vadodara where he is slated to inaugurate and lay the foundation stone for projects worth over Rs 1140 crore According to Ajay Bhadoo the chief executive officer of Gujarat Maritime Board which has executed the project the first phase of the service is meant for passengers In the second phase which will be ready in two months cars can also be carried between the two towns The service reduces the distance between the two towns from 310 km by road to 30 km which can be covered in one hour Bhadoo said Modi had laid the foundation stone for the project in January 2012 when he was the chief minister of Gujarat The prime minister had earlier visited poll-bound Gujarat last Monday when he addressed his party workers at a rally in Gandhinagar Prior to that on 8 October Modi visited his home town Vadnagar He also inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of various projects in Rajkot Vadnagar Gandhinagar and Bharuch ?the Bhardwaj family sat in one room, Shah could become the fall guy if the party falters. this time deciding not to rely on the support of his teammates and finally removing Cook,Shahid Kapoor Comes To Alia’s Rescue When Asked About Sidharth Malhotra “Vikas is always easy-going, how to train,” Gadkari said.

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