RNI Regd. No: JKBIL/2012/44641|Postal Regd. No: JKNP-176/SKGPO-2012-2014
BCB to push Pakistan home series to April Vol: 03 |
Issue No: 16 |
Like me, like me not?
Better start at United than Ferguson is no consolation for Moyes
Wednesday- 23 April 2014 to 29 April 2014 |
Omar Addresses election Rally at Noorabad
Bats for NC-Congress Coalition Candidates NOORABAD-KULGAM: Appealing for wholehearted support to NC-Congress Coalition Candidates in the current Lok Sabha Elections, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister and Working President of J&K National Conference, Omar Abdullah Tuesday vociferously asked the people to vote in large numbers in favor of NCCongress Coalition Candidates stating that every single vote cast in their favour will be a vote cast for safeguarding the interests of the State and would strengthen the secular and democratic ethos
of the country. He said that as
Sangh Parivar playing dangerous divisive game: Mufti BUDGAM: Expressing dismay over the venomous statements being dished out by some BJP and Sangh Parivar leaders, PDP Patron Mufti Mohammad Sayeed today said such utterances have to be viewed more seriously than mere police cases or violation of Model Code of Conduct (MCC) as these could have ruinous consequences. According to a statement issued to KNS, “The virulent statements of BJP leader Griraj Kishore and VHP leader Praveen Togadia, are loaded with communal intrigue which could not only destabilize the country but have the potential of hitting at the very idea of India,” Sayeed said while addressing election rallies in Beerwah assembly segment of SrinagarBudgam Parliamentary constituency. Party leaders Dr Mohammad Shafi Wani, District President Saifudin Bhat, Zone President Hissamudin Bhat, Gulzar Ahmad Baig and Bashir Ahamad Baig were also present on this occasion. PDP patron said the Sangh Parivar is playing a dangerous game by stoking the fires of communalism and pitting people against each other for political gains. Cautioning that such spiteful utterances could cost the country very heavy, Sayeed said the polarization of people on religious and ethnic lines could have worse consequences than festering sore of subcontinent’s partition which led to an unending cycle of human misery and destruction. Asking the country’s political leadership, across the board, not to get trapped in the treacherous divisive discourse, Sayeed said; See on Page | 7
opposed to that, every vote cast
in the favor of PDP would be a vote cast in the favor of Narendra Modi and the BJP, and would bring him closer to the Prime Minister's Chair. According to a statement issued to KNS, while addressing an impressive election rally at Noorabad in Kulgam district of South Kashmir this afternoon, Omar Abdullah said that Parliament Elections are meant for electing the Prime Minister of the country through Parliament Members and are not elections to elect MLAs and Chief Ministers. "These
Parliament Elections are about a battle between secularism and communalism", Omar said. “We have to ensure that the new Prime Minister of India is a leader who would carry all sections of the society along with him and have a secular and democratic mindset as opposed to an individual who harbors communal hatred and believes in religious polarization of the country”, he said adding that BJP's open nexus with BJP is PDP's clear endorsement of not only See on Page | 7
Geelani’s disclosures about Modi’s emissaries were ‘foolish’: Radha Kumar SRINAGAR: Radha Kumar, one of the three interlocutors for Jammu and Kashmir on Tuesday ridiculed Syed Ali Geelani for making disclosures about Narendera Modi’s emissaries meeting some separatist leaders in Kashmir. Ms Kumar also said that she would be surprised if Dr Farooq Abdullah and his son Chief Minister Omar Abdullah were not in know about Afzal Guru’s execution. “First of all I don’t understand why Geelani Sahib made a statement of this kind. If he says that he is under oath not to reveal the names
of emissaries then he should have kept quiet about the whole conversation. If he knew that people will try to know names and will ask questions about characters involved in that conversation, then he played a deliberate mischief. If he didn’t know that people will raise questions after he gives such a statement, then I am sorry he does not deserve respect as a veteran and seasoned politicians,” Ms Kumar told KNS on phone from Delhi. She said: “I will summarize all this saying that it was a foolish on See on Page | 7
Violence tool of survival Resolution of K- issue for NC: Mehbooba and issues of people, SRINAGAR: Strongly condemning the serial attacks on innocent civilians in Tral area of district Pulwama, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) president and party candidate from Anantnag parliamentary constituency Mehbooba Mufti today said the dance of death is timed only to
benefit National Conference in the elections as that party is the sole beneficiary of poll boycott. According to a statement issued to KNS, addressing wayside public meetings in Wachi Assembly segment that she represents See on Page | 7
focus of PDP: Baig
SRINAGAR: Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) senior leader and candidate for Baramulla Parliamentary Constituency has said the resolution of the Kashmir issue and the issues facing the people in the state will be the focus of its members in the parliament. According to a statement issued to KNS, while addressing wayside meetings in Handwara Segment of Baramulla constituency today he appealed to See on Page | 7
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Continue From Page Ist ....... Omar Narendra Modi but also the venomous ideology he represents and reflects. The Working President National Conference said that Assembly Elections for electing MLAs and the Chief Minister of the State will take place around November this year and at that time he will come to the people with his report card of unprecedented, historic achievements made in the State. “I will come before you with my performance and achievements at that point in time when elections to the State Assembly will be held by the end of this year”, Omar said while enthusiastic supporters raised slogans in favor of Omar Abdullah and National Conference. He asked the people to exercise their invaluable franchise to elect a Prime Minister and Parliament Members who would represent the glorious history of communal harmony and brotherhood”. Drawing parallels between Dr. Mehboob Beg and Mehbooba Mufti, National Conference Working President said that records of the Parliament bear testimony to the performance of the two as Lok Sabha Members. He said while Dr. Mehboob Baig represented Jammu and Kashmir in the Indian Parliament with full capacity and capability, Mehbooba Mufti miserably failed to deliver and represent the aspirations of the people of Jammu and Kashmir. Omar said that returning of Dr. Mehboob Baig to Parliament would translate into strengthening of the pluralistic ethos and secular democratic character of the country besides ensuring comprehensive development in the State. “Instead of this every vote caste in favour of Mehbooba Mufti will be the vote for BJP and its Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi”, he added and cautioned the people against the false propaganda being carried by vested interests to exploit and fool them. The election rally was also addresses by Minister for Social Welfare, Sakina Itoo, Provincial President National Conference, Nasir Aslam Wani, NC-Congress Coalition Candidate for Anantnag-Pulwama Seat Dr. Mehboob Beg and various senior leaders of National Conference and Congress. (KNS)
“I am sure the people of the country are emancipated enough to see through the designs of these divisive elements and won’t allow them to succeed.” Condemning the latest spate of innocent killings at Tral, Sayeed said after witnessing a relaxation in security environment for a brief period between 2002 and 2005, unfortunately the people of Kashmir have again got entangled in a vicious circle of death and destruction with the arrival of NC-Congress coalition regime. He expressed his deep grief at the loss of innocent lives and conveyed his heartfelt sympathies to their families. Dubbing the present government as a misfortune for the State, PDP Patron said the people of J&K seem to have become the victims of the ungoverned rage let loose on them by the present government. Sayeed said immediately after taking over in 2002, while PDP-led coalition government’s foremost priority was to provide a sense of security to the people, the relaxation in the security environment was effectively supplemented with relief through development and economic rejuvenation. He said if voted to power in 2014, PDP would work towards implement-
ing its unaccomplished agenda of securing peace, stability and prosperity for Jammu & Kashmir. Sayeed said plagued by ineptitude, disorder and corruption, the political structure of the present coalition government has completely collapsed resulting in the paralysis of the state’s administrative structure as well. “And it is a pity that the Chief Minister instead of improving his performance is busy blaming everybody except his own ways for pushing the state and its people into this quagmire,” he said. Referring to Tosamaidan issue, Sayeed said the meadow should be got vacated from the Army and developed as a tourist resort given its picturesque location. Sayeed said the ongoing polls are a testing time for the people of Jammu & Kashmir, as they would be not just be electing their representatives for Parliament, but chalking out a new political and economic course of action for the State. He said PDP has put up its credible faces in this election so that they can represent their aspirations with a strong voice in the Parliament. (KNS
part of Geelani sahib to disclose anything about such a meeting, if there was any.” Ms Kumar who is also an author and has been director at the Nelson Mandela Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution at Jamia Milia Islamia and is currently Director-General of the Delhi Policy Group observed the oath Geelani sahib had taken not to reveal the names of emissaries would have applied for both the sides involved in that conversation with those emissaries. She also slammed BJP for coming out to deny of having sent any emissaries or having any meeting with Geelani. “Any responsible party which hopes to come in power sends emissaries to all the places facing a conflict situation. But BJP has exhibited an irresponsible behavior by coming out openly to deny to have sent some emissaries or to have any meeting with Mr Geelani,” she added. On Dr Farooq Abdullah’s remarks that the former union home secretary and now BJP leader R K Singh had plotted execution of Afzal Guru, Ms Kumar said that whatever Dr Abdullah has said is colorful. “Dr Abdullah has used a colorful language to make such remarks. Being the then union home secretary R K Singh role in execution of Afzal Guru is obvious.” When asked that R K Singh has suggested Dr Abdullah to talk to his son Omar Abdullah, union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde and the Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh about Afzal Guru hanging, Ms Kumar said that by such a statement Mr Singh wants to convey that all the three had prior information about Guru’s hanging. “I will be surprised, if I come to know that Dr Abdullah and Mr Omar Abdullah were unaware about the decision!” (KNS)
in the legislature, Mehbooba said NC is looking at boycott as the only way to prevent its rout as it has failed the state on every front from the hanging of Afzal Guru to non-availability of rations. She was also accompanied by Incharge youth wing Waheed-ur-Rehman Parra; Ataullah Simnani district Coordinator, Zone President Ghulam Hassan Bhat, Party leader Ghulam Mohiudin Wani and many others. Mehbooba said the cold blooded murder of Ghulam Nabi Mir, Firdous Ahmad
Mir and Mohammad Anwar last evening represents another failure of Omar Abdullah government which instead of providing an atmosphere of security is contributing to creation of scare to keep voters away from polling booths. She expressed her deep grief at the loss of innocent lives and conveyed her heartfelt sympathies to their families. “Every innocent killing in Kashmir is rooted in NC’s original sin of rigging 1987 elections which they are now trying to reenact through poll boycott and as long as this party is a stakeholder in power misfortune and misery would continue to visit JK,” said Mehbooba. Pointing out the stark difference between the approach adopted by the Election Commission of India (ECI) on complaints it receives from J&K and rest of the country, Mehbooba said the obvious doublestandards could vitiate the election scenario further. She said it was disappointing that ECI has maintained complete silence and turned a blind eye to the loss of innocent lives in Kashmir and promotion of violence by the NC leadership whereas it has promptly and effectively intervened in other states over much milder events. “The attitude of ECI is adding to the odds against the opposition parties inherent in the situation deliberately destabilized by NC for its electoral gains,” she said. Mehbooba said after having presided over five and a half years of disastrous governance, Omar Abdullah government sees its only chance in enforcing boycott so it could click to power by default as it had been able to do so last time. She said voters know well that NC wants to perpetuate instability and for that it has been promoting violence as a tool of survival and appealed them to vote for her party and give it a chance to work for changing the destiny of the state. The PDP president said her party’s only objective in seeking people’s mandate is to undo the damage that NC has done to the state in last eight decades. “As long as this party remains in power people of this state will remain at risk of being hanged, shot, disabled, arrested, victimized and disempowered,” she said. “The only way to end bad governance, corruption and denial of justice is to vote out NC in this election as that will set the stage for a total change later in the Assembly elections”. Mehbooba said PDP is not seeking votes in parliament election for opportunistic alliances like NC whose only aim is to get ministerial berths for Abdullah family members. “We will raise the voice for the people of Kashmir who have been victimized for too long and deprived of justice and even right to life under the NC domination not to speak of other rights”, added Mehbooba. She said we would engage every party is seeking solution to our problems as Mufti Mohammad Sayeed did after 2002 by striking an alliance with Congress for government formation and without compromising on principles and involved NDA in the biggest post-independence initiative on Kashmir. “As representatives of Kashmir we would not need to piggyback on any other party for ministerial berths. There are many regional parties who achieve much more independently than NC did in alliance with BJP and Congress,” Mehbooba said asking what the present coalition has given the state in last five years except tears, death and destruction. “For effective representation of people we don’t have to be any party’s lackeys or make the humiliating compromises that have marked the NC congress alliance”
Mehbooba said. Mehbooba said neither has Farooq Abdullah’s presence in the union cabinet benefitted the state nor have the 10 coalition MPs from the state ever leveraged themselves as a group to fight for our interests. The MP from Anantnag spent most of his time and energies in the last 10 years defending Omar Abdullah’s atrocities on TV channels and is now promising to take up Pathribal in the parliament when he knows he is on his way out. Except for providing political cover to hanging of Afzal Guru, maintaining silence on murder of Kashmir youth, parting with more natural resources and J&K Bank what has this group of worthies achieved in five years to seek votes again, Mehbooba said.
the people to vote for the PDP candidates for a peaceful and progressive state that holds a promise for its youth and is able to provide a dignified life to all its citizens. Baig said NC is a spent force and it has outlived its utility as a political organization which could be trusted with vote and responsibility. He said who so ever people elect as their MP or MLA the one point agenda for the party remains that one Abdullah should be the Chief minister and another a Minister in Delhi in alliance with who so ever rules the country. On this occasion party senior leader Sofi Ghulam Mohiudin, Mohammad Shafi Dar and others were also present. Baig said the Lok Sabha election provide an opportunities to people to elect such representatives as would sincerely present their case to the parliament and neutralize to some extent the damage caused by NC. Baig said now after having miserably failed to fulfill their poll promises of providing jobs to all including 8th pass, cheap power, cheap gas, good roads, clean drinking water, good health facilities etc. NC is resorting to cheap tactics to divert attention from its failures. He said hundreds of retired officers were given extensions with huge salaries, while as highly qualified persons have to work on daily wages and without pension under the new recruitment policy. “Daily wagers and casual laborers, SPOs are working on meager allowances, while as retired officers like Mushtaq peer get multiple extensions to loot the state and share the booty with their masters,” said Baig. Baig said there is no count of scandals that have taken place during the present regime. Well founded accusations have been against the highest political authorities of the state including the chief minister, Omar Abdullah, Dr Farooq and many ministers. He said the cases like Haji Yousuf’s death and cricket scandal where hushed up which is in contract to what is happening in rest of the country where high and might have lost their jobs and gone into jails but in J&K the Congress and NC have been protecting each other and covering up their misdeeds. He said people of J&K are forced to agitate as they are left in no systematic options. He said in a state where thousands quintal ration meant for poor disappears; where money meant for providing cricket facilities to budding players is stolen by the ‘tallest leader’ of the alliance; where examination papers are sold for lacs and jobs are sold- in the given scenario what option are left with people except agitation. (KNS)
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FACEBOOK QUANDARY When posting pictures, always post those with a member of the opposite gender, preferably in the night. Girls — with little clothes on, and guys — on a bike with sunglasses. Watch the OMG factor!! you are so hot!! and other comments sweet enough to give you diabetes, flow right in.
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The most difficult method is to actually sit and make friends, if you are so “like” minded. This is especially hard for introverts like me. But there is a substitute: you could send friend requests to random people or accept requests from stalkers, that is, if you consider getting more likes to be of more importance than a serial killer knowing if you like #broccoli, which is probably the basis of the 200 friends everyone has.
I am a Facebook addict, being a teenager. When I started using it, people did tell me it would be addictive, but I did not think so. I know talking about how it is not desirable to share photos of what you had for lunch the day before or what you may have the day after is all too clichéd. So, here is a teenager’s point of view. Recently my mom was talking to me about an article about the average number of Facebook friends a person has: it is around 200. When you get into a college, you are judged based on your gab, your cognitive ability — and the number of Facebook likes you get. Yes, the morning discussion will probably be about the three-digits or more thumbs up that a girl got for her highly photoshopped face, or a boy got for some Yolo swag thing that he did (or rather shouldn’t have done). What the average teenager does not realise is that all of this is very superficial. The unwitting teen thinks the number of likes is based on the number of people who like the picture, or dumber still, the number who love him. Nope, that’s not what this war is about. Some of you might already know this and try to steel yourself from this. But it’s hard, considering that these numbers just loom on the screen. Because it does feel good when you get so many likes. To all those sceptics out there, you might think it has no bearing on you. But, when people like your status or picture, there is just that tiny smile tugging at the end of your lips. It’s a weapon that boosts your self-confidence. It’s not reality. But hey, fake it till you make it, is the way of the world. So for all those people who want to garner more likes, here are a few ground rules to follow. This is a war with yourself. There are very few people that actually like pictures because they are genuinely good. It is in fact a transaction that you can’t really see, and you will realise this when a person whose picture you liked, suddenly likes some random picture of yours. This is not always true of course, especially for people who have too many ‘likers’ to keep track of. So what you need to do is this: thumbs up for everything. Literally. Liberally. Like the pictures of every random person irrespective of whether you think the status or photo is great or downright stupid. And see your investment pay off.
When posting pictures, always post those with a member of the opposite gender, preferably in the night. Girls — with little clothes on, and guys — on a bike with sunglasses. Watch the OMG factor!! you are so hot!! and other comments sweet enough to give you diabetes, flow right in. Pucker up. Pouting is all the rage now, try that if you are starved for locations to take photographs. Or try kids. Take a picture of your display of affection for a kid. Guaranteed like a magnet. The most difficult method is to actually sit and make friends, if you are so “like” minded. This is especially hard for introverts like me. But there is a substitute: you could send friend requests to random people or accept requests from stalkers, that is, if you consider getting more likes to be of more importance than a serial killer knowing if you like #broccoli, which is probably the basis of the 200 friends everyone has. It’s really sad. The fact that we subject ourselves to the harsh judgment of others so blatantly. We can also attribute suicides caused by low self-esteem to such pressures. It hits us that we are so connected but so tragically alone. With the advent of smartphones, this has become altogether more pronounced. The advantages of social networking are enormous. You can read about the next party or concert, Rahul Gandhi’s interview, Justin Beiber’s DUI or the dreaded confession page, where some anonymous person thinks they can decide your future with their opinion. Then, these pages that ask you to like their post to signify one prayer or one drop of water for a starving child in Africa. It’s not like beings are waiting up above just to see if you have paid attention to that picture. We can all agree that they have much more interesting things to do. Instead, if we actually bothered to get out once in a while, to care, as humanly as possible, it would mean so much more. Sooner or later, we will realise that there are much more pressing issues to be depressed about than the sweet wonder of figuring out whether you have managed to impress a miniscule fraction of the community. Because all the emoticons in the world would not beat a real, natural/man-made curve that straightens everything.
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Better start at United than Ferguson is no consolation for Moyes It will be no consolation to David Moyes or Manchester United but, in stark statistical terms, Moyes enjoyed more success in his first - and last - 51 matches in charge at Old Trafford than Alex Ferguson did. The reality is, however, that Ferguson had another 1,449 games to prove himself as the greatest manager in English soccer history while Moyes can only imagine what might have been if the United board had kept faith in him as their predecessors did with Ferguson 27 years ago. Ferguson left Aberdeen to come to Old Trafford, replacing the sacked Ron Atkinson, on Nov. 1, 1986, and his first match as United manager ended in a 2-0 defeat at Oxford United. That loss left United 20th in the 22-team First Division with 13 points from their opening 14 games. Liverpool were top, as they are today. Ferguson's first win came on Nov. 22 when a first-half goal from Danish midfielder John Sivebaek gave United a 1-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers in front of 42,000 at Old Trafford. But early results were generally indifferent, with a defeat at Wimbledon and draws with Tottenham Hotspur and Aston Villa leaving United just three points clear of bottom club Chelsea heading into Christmas. Gradually the tide began to turn and a 1-0 win at Liverpool on Boxing Day, with Norman Whiteside scoring the only goal, was the first flickering of what the future held in store. United, who had started the season under Atkinson with three straight defeats and were bottom in September, finished the season in 11th place with 14 wins,
BCB TO PUSH PAKISTAN HOME SERIES TO APRIL The BCB is likely to push Pakistan's 2015 tour of Bangladesh to the second week of April, instead of January. Bangladesh, in the meantime, are set to train in Australia for two extra weeks before the World Cup in a bid to acclimatize to conditions where they last played in January 2010. Though the BCB's cricket operations committee headed a meeting on the scheduling of international and domestic cricket for the next 12 months on Tuesday, an official confirmation will only come after approval in the board meeting. Bangladesh are currently expecting a three-match ODI series against India in mid-June, after which their next international assignments include a tour of West Indies in August-September, a possible tri-series in October involving Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe, and up to three Tests against Zimbabwe in November-December. The Tests will be followed by the World Cup in February-March and home series against Pakistan, India and South Africa till July. "[The training camp in Australia] is almost confirmed," Akram Khan, the chairman of BCB's cricket operations committee, said. "We still haven't decided the dates but we are trying to do a camp as the condition there is different from Bangladesh. If the cricketers can play a few one-day matches there during this camp, it can only benefit them. "The Pakistan tour will be held in April next year while India will come in June, and South Africa in July."
To keep the second string players busy, the BCB is trying to host an A team in July or August this year. This will be in addition to Bangladesh A's tour of West Indies next month, and a home series against Zimbabwe in June. Meanwhile, there still remained some question marks over Bangladesh's domestic season. While the 2013-14 season will end in mid-May with the final of the Bangladesh Cricket League, this season's Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League will not be held. Instead, the previous tournament, held between September and November last year, is likely to be considered as part of the 201314 season, although at the time of the tournament, the BCB had called it the 2012-13 Dhaka Premier League. The latest confusion arose after AJM Nasiruddin, the chairman of Cricket Committee of Dhaka Metropolis, remained vague on the subject. "I don't know what 2012-13 is. What is a season? There is nothing called a season and there isn't one here," he said. "Just like the [Dhaka Premier Division] league began in September last year, it will take place in October this year." With the next Dhaka Premier League to be held in 2015, it effectively means that the 2012-13 season has been skipped. The lower leagues of the Dhaka club system will be held from October 2014 to February 2015. It means that for the 2013-14 season, there won't be any Dhaka Premier League as well as First, Second and Third Division matches.
14 draws and 14 defeats. It was not until the start of the following season that Ferguson's influence really began to be felt. Exactly a year after he took over, United were fifth, with just one defeat in their opening 14 games, and they ended his first full season in charge as runners-up to Liverpool, beaten only five times in their 40 league matches. BETTER START But Moyes, who was dismissed by United on Tuesday, made a better start than Ferguson. Despite a disjointed pre-season and United's failure to bolster the squad sufficiently in the August transfer window, Moyes's first official match in charge ended in a 2-0 win over FA Cup holders Wigan Athletic in the Community Shield. His first competitive match was also probably United's best performance under the 50-year-old in the Premier League - a 4-1 win at Swansea City on the opening day of the league season. A goalless draw with Chelsea at Old Trafford followed before Moyes's team were beaten for the first time, 1-0 by Liverpool at Anfield. But it was the second defeat that really sounded the warning bells when Manchester City came to Old Trafford on Sept. 22 and swiped United aside 4-1. City had taken an early lead through Sergio Aguero but the match was evenly poised. It was what happened next that suggested things were changing for the worst at Old Trafford. Yaya Toure, Aguero again and Samir Nasri scored three goals in a five-minute spell either side of halftime to put City 4-0 ahead. Wayne Rooney scored a late consolation for United but the boos and jeers around the ground at the end left no one in any doubt what the fans thought of such a capitulation.
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