stopping short of commenting on a likely split in the party unit.
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Our teams, With the collector to submit the report by month-end,Call it the Italian connection but one village in Haryana will root for Sonia Gandhi this elections.Dherdu is known as ‘chhota Italy’ in Haryana’s NRI belt and holds the UPA chairperson in high regard And what’s the Italian connection The fact that nearly every family in this village with nearly 3000 people has a family member in Italy is perhaps a vital clue According to a TOI reportthe village which is located 140 km from the national capital on the Karnal-Kaithal stretch doesn’t see "Sonia Gandhi’s Italian roots as a political burden and people feel uncomfortable when she is projected as an outsider" Some of the residents point out that she is Rajiv’s wife after all Jagdish Singh a resident told TOI "Vo mhare Rajiv Gandhi ki bahu hai Rajniti main bhi bahu betion ka samaan karna chahiye (She is Rajiv Gandhi’s wife Even in politics we should respect women)" His younger brother Jai Pal is settled in Italy Sonia Gandhi is seen in this file photo PTI And why Italy such a popular destination for people in Dherdu Village sarpanch Raghbir Singh told TOI that it started due to two brothers Jai Singh and Randhir Singh who first went to the European country 40 years ago With their stories of employment and work opportunities in Italy other youngsters were inspired too he adds As far as Sonia Gandhi is concerned the issue of her Italian birth has been raked again and again by the opposition During this Lok Sabha elections Arun Jaitley has already raised the issue of Sonia’s heritage after rival Amarinder Singh had called Jaitley a pseudo-Punjabi It will be a relief for her to know that at least in one corner of Haryana her Italian roots are a big plus Geneva: Syrian opposition leaders started leaving Geneva after air strikes on markets in the northwest killed at least 44 people saying they could not take part in peace talks while civilians were dying daily In some of the deadliest violence since a ceasefire took effect in February a suspected regime bombing raid on Tuesday hit a market in the city of Maaret al-Numan killing at least 37 civilians a monitor said Footage showed bloodied bodies scattered among twisted metal stalls in a street strewn with fruit and vegetables Another strike on a fish market in the nearby town of Kafranbel killed seven civilians said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights a Britain-based monitoring group A Syrian man stands amid debris following an air strike on a vegetable market in Maaret al-Numan in Syria’s northern province of Idlib on Tuesday AFP The strikes were in Idlib province which is under the control of Al-Qaeda’s Syrian offshoot Al-Nusra Front Like the Islamic State group Al-Nusra is excluded from the ceasefire and regime forces have continued offensives in areas under its control The main opposition High Negotiations Committee condemned the strike on Maaret al-Numan as a "massacre" and clear violation of the truce "It is a dangerous escalation of an already fragile situation showing contempt for the whole international community at a time when there is supposed to be a cessation of hostilities" said spokesman Salem al-Meslet The raid was "Assad’s response" to the HNC’s decision to suspend its formal participation in negotiations "Our decision to postpone our participation in the Geneva talks was taken to highlight the cynicism of the regime in pretending to negotiate while escalating the violence. The world must not ignore this challenge" said Meslet UN insists talks go on The troubled talks — the latest in a long series of efforts to end Syria’s five-year conflict — failed to get off the ground this week despite hopes brought on by the ceasefire The partial truce brokered by the United States and Russia led to a dramatic drop in violence across Syria but a recent surge in fighting especially around second city Aleppo has raised fears of its total collapse The opposition announced Monday it was putting its participation on hold to protest escalating violence and restrictions on humanitarian access HNC coordinator Riyad Hijab said Tuesday that he and other delegates were beginning to leave Geneva "I will be travelling today along with some of my colleagues from the HNC Some people left yesterday and today and they will keep leaving gradually until Friday" he said "It is not suitable neither morally nor on the humanitarian side to be part of negotiations when Syrians are dying daily from sieges hunger bombings poisonous gases and barrel bombs" The UN has insisted the talks have not collapsed with its envoy Staffan de Mistura saying they would continue through the week Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov also insisted the talks were "not frozen" while US State Department spokesman John Kirby said "we continue to believe in the political process in the importance of these talks" ‘Price of time is blood’ This week’s negotiations were meant to focus on Syria’s political future as the UN pushes a plan involving a transitional authority a new constitution and eventual elections But Assad’s fate has been the key sticking point with the opposition insisting he must go and the regime refusing File photo of Bashar Al-Assad Reuters Speaking in Moscow Lavrov said: "No one can win the war All experts recognise this "There are some external players who dream about deposing the regime by force and try to do everything including disrupting the talks in Geneva" The regime’s lead negotiator reiterated Tuesday that Assad’s fate remained off-limits but said Damascus was prepared to discuss the creation of a new unity government "A broader unity government is the only topic of discussion here" said Bashar al-Jafaari Syria’s ambassador to the UN World powers have backed the ceasefire and talks as the best hope yet to end a conflict that has devastated Syria killed more than 270000 people and forced millions from their homes But the rising violence in recent weeks has lowered expectations of a breakthrough Hijab called for international observers to be sent in and for ceasefire violators to be held to account He warned against wasting time saying: "For Syrians the price of time is blood" Danish lawmakers meanwhile approved a plan to commit F-16 warplanes and 400 military personnel including special forces to expand the country’s fight against IS from "mid-2016" Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen said the jihadist group "should meet a powerful response from the outside world" Washington: Praying for the safety of those taken hostage by terrorists in Dhaka presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on Saturdaysaid people will never succumb to fear and hate "Praying for the safety of the hostages in Bangladesh" Clinton tweeted Praying for the safety of the hostages in Bangladesh To the terrorists: We will never succumb to fear and hate -H — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) July 2 2016 "To the terrorists: We will never succumb to fear and hate" she said As Secretary of State Clinton had visited Bangladesh in May 2012 and had a signed memorandum of understanding with her counterpart to create the US-Bangladesh Partnership Dialogue The fifth edition of the annual dialogue was held in Washington DC last week Suspected Islamic State terrorists last night stormed a restaurant in Dhaka’s Gulshan diplomatic area and took hostage at least 20 people including foreigners triggering a fierce gun battle with Bangladesh security forces in which two policemen were killed and 30 injured Naming Kiran Bedi who has spent just 5 days as a member of the BJP and in the active politics as the party’s chief ministerial candidate for Delhi is a big bold move by Narendra Modi and Amit Shah More so when only two days are to go before nomination of candidates close and only 16 days are left when the campaigning would come to a halt In his press conference the BJP chief who eloquently dwelt on Bedi’s academic administrative and social credentials sent out a clear massage to all concerned within party Parivar and outside that they should treat Bedi with due respect The confirmation of Bedi’s choice clearly indicates two factors counted most to Modi – winnability of an election and selecting a person who can be entrusted with his developmental agenda He has also answered sceptics within and outside of the BJP who speculated as to whether Bedi’s induction had RSS’s nod and whether the RSS would accept somebody from outside of its organisational structure and ideological moorings He has also rebuffed in-house dissenting opinions emanating from the likes Manoj Tiwari and Jagdish Mukhi A section of Delhi BJP leaders surely wouldn’t be comfortable with the newly chosen leader but the BJP parliamentary board did not think it to be a hindering factor so long as she is able to directly connect with the masses Earlier on Monday her inaugural road show in Rohini was considered to be a success both in terms of mobilisation of ground level workers and of voters Bedi’s persona is also seen as a match for Arvind Kejriwal’s charisma and she will outmatch the latter’s credentials as a fighter against “corruption and crime” the two factors that were repeatedly mentioned in Amit Shah’s 11 pm press conference on Monday night In Maharastra Haryana and Jharkhand the Modi-Shah duo discarded conventional political wisdom by choosing chief ministers outside of the numerically or socially dominant caste or community of the state concerned That’s a gamble whose consequences will be known only five years from now All three – Devendra Fadnavis Manohar lal Khattar and Rahgubar Das — had risen from the ranks in the party and had strong RSS rootings and as the BJP sources point out their personal integrity was the single most guiding factor in their nomination for the top post PTI In forming his cabinet however Modi brought in Suresh Prabhu and Manohar Parikar to fill top slots in the Union Cabinet where his party members in Parliament could not fill the requirement His Bedi pick can be seen as a similar if not identical move The Delhi experiment is also far more bold a move fraught with risks It is always easier to enforce compliance of post poll diktats than hazard the uncertainty of pre-poll complexities Modi could perhaps undertake this experiment because Delhi in any case is a “half-state” and it needs a good administrator than a good politician with strong ideological moorings Bedi by all counts is a seasoned administrator and has the capacity to take on high and mighty as also the entrenched groups A “Kiran versus Kejriwal” battle has placed BJP on an even keel with the Aam Aadmi Party Talking to the voters in various parts of Delhi Firstpost got a sense that apart from the middle class — which in these elections have gone over to the BJP — sections of people who were otherwise considered to be mainstay of AAP are also revising their opinion Also in the last elections AAP got a great deal of support from women voters Her credentials as a non-nonsense police officer could potentially help BJP in convincing a number of women voters that the party is serious about handling issue of women safety in Capital The BJP is still banking on Modi’s charisma to win the Delhi elections but unlike other states Delhi voters are conscious of the fact that Modi the PM can’t be CM And it is here that Kejriwal is scoring over the BJP By pitching Bedi in leadership position the BJP has blunted that edge Bedi couldn’t be on the dais when she was formally anointed to be the Chief Minister in waiting It’s a life time moment for any leader She and her party bosses would be hoping that a bigger moment may await her when voting concludes in three weeks
stopping short of commenting on a likely split in the party unit.