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There will be a time not far off when they exchange fisticuffs and invectives in television studios. another key member of the NSG, He has not only taught himself how to use technology to his advantage but also taught his wife and other family members to use the smartphone.He says ‘People from lower levels in society are not dumb they are have the bandwidth to understand technology I have no doubt that India will one day become digital India” Watch the video to hear Jadhav’s story and how he used a government scheme to not only launch his business but also build a house Written by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Published: March 30 2017 2:07 am Top News OFFICERS FROM the Tilak Nagar police station who solved the murder case of a 12-year-old boy whose body was found in a bag at Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) on January 8 spent over 10 days disguised as migrants looking for work in the Malad-Kandivli belt to ferret out intelligence on the two men they suspected It was this step alongside nearly 5000 posters put up in the area and an anonymous phone call that eventually helped the police reach the arrested accused in the case Earlier this week the police arrested members of a family involved in bringing children from Bihar to work as child labourers in Mumbai for the murder of the boy “When we found the body the only lead we had was the red bag the saree with which his hands and legs were tied and what appeared to be a school uniform the boy was wearing” an officer said adding “We scanned most schools that use blue shorts as part of their uniform to see if any student was missing But there was no such case” After several false alarms the first clue the police got was when they searched online for details on the brand of the bag in which the body had been found The brand had four workshops in Mumbai and the police eventually found that the bag in question was purchased from a Malad outlet Luckily the outlet had a CCTV camera installed and the police got the footage of two persons seen purchasing the bag As the shop was based in Malad the police put up nearly 5000 posters carrying photographs of the two persons captured on CCTV along with the boy’s image in the Malad-Kandivli locality “We got a few calls but most were wrong identifications It was disappointing as even after two months we did not even know who the deceased was” an officer said “One day we got a call where a person told us that the two men were from Appapada area of Kurar When we tried to trace the caller the SIM card had been changed We decide to act on this lead” he added In order to ensure they left no stone unturned the police formed four teams who spread across different parts of Appapada dressed as migrants looking for work “We would spend days at places like hair cutting saloons paan-beedi shops to find out if people were talking about the posters that we put up Some of our staffers also lived in the area for a week Normally people do not want to get embroiled in police matters and hence do not report anything but they do talk among themselves” the officer said It was during the course of this exercise that the police got a tip-off about the family living in Appapada The police team reached the residence of the suspects in disguise to ensure they do not raise suspicion However no one was at the house as they had fled to Bihar “Their relatives who lived some distance from the residence identified the men on the posters when we told them that we were policemen” the officer said The police then managed to trace the accused to Vaishali district in Bihar while four others were arrested from Baramati in Maharashtra “It was after the family was arrested that the deceased was eventually identified as Randhir Sahni It was a challenging case and there were several moments when we had almost given up as we could not identify the boy” an officer said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Mumbai | Published: May 13 2017 4:57 am Uddhav Thackeray Top News Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray on Friday warned 27 of the 63 party MLAs for not participating in the ‘sampark yatra’ that began on May 6 Sena leaders said Thackeray was upset as several elected members and leaders deputed proxy (ex-corporators/local leaders) candidates for the rural assignment that included interaction with farmers in villages A senior Shiv Sena functionary told The Indian Express: “Yes it is a fact that 27 MLAs stayed away from the campaign led by Thackeray In some cases we have reports that they deputed proxy candidates Thackeray has taken the issue seriously and warned them” The Sampark Yatra that was organised in Marathwada till May 7 was aimed at facilitating interaction between party workers and people in the rural areas A Sena leader said: “Gautam Chabukswar the MLA from Pimpri had deputed Yashodhar Phnase (ex-corporator) to represent him in the villages Now he introduced himself as MLA Gautam Chabukswar The local villagers and sainiks brought the issue to our notice Such cases have come to us from several districts which has been seriously noted by Thackeray” According to a source at an internal meeting held on Friday Thackeray said: “Every elected member and party worker will have to visit each and every farmer’s doorstep to interact and understand their problems” A senior Sena leader who was present at the meeting said: “Thackeray told them they should understand that the next electoral battle will be with the BJP It is not going to be with the Congress-NCP Therefore they should work extra to consolidate the organisation” The Sena is the coalition partner of the BJP in Maharashtra and the NDA at the Centre Several MLAs who did not participate in the ‘Sampark Yatra’ gave different explanations like death in their family ill-ness or work outside Maharashtra for not taking part in it A senior Sena MP requesting anonymity said: “When 27 MLAs remain absent from Sampark Yatra that is headed by Thackeray it is a cause of worry” Thackeray who has concluded his Marathwada tour has decided to start the second phase of the yatra from May 15 A Sena minister said: “For the party’s interest we have been told to take to the streets and raise public issues by highlighting the government’s failures But we will continue to support the BJP government in the state and the Centre There is no question of withdrawing support at this moment” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPrime Minister Narendra Modi said he would spend this Diwali in Srinagar He has said that he "will be in Srinagar on Diwali October 23 and will spend the day with our sisters and brothers affected by the unfortunate floods" The statement comes in the wake of thumping electoral victories in Maharashtra and Haryana There is obviously a connection here given that there is intense speculation that polls are likely to be held in December this year in Jammu and Kashmir Modi –- puffed by success after success — wants to replicate this success in the state of Jammu and Kashmir The question is: will this exercise yield electoral dividends for Modi and his party An answer to this question warrants decoding Modi’s statement and then arraying it against the ideology of Hindutva Modi calls and refers to Kashmiris as ‘his brothers and sisters’ or in other words he is slotting himself on the side of the Muslims (Kashmir as is obvious and known is a Muslim majority state) This is the same man who during his campaign for the Parliamentary elections wore all sorts of head gear but chose not to wear the traditional Muslim skull cap The reasons for this were obvious: Modi was consolidating the Hindu vote across India in consonance with Hindutva’s ideological ‘Othering’ of Muslims in India he would’ve loathed to offend and annoy his core supporters The sister and mother organizations of the BJP -– the RSS and the VHP –- would also have taken umbrage over this Given that the Muslim vote was divided or inchoate Modi chose to pander to the Hindu vote and did not wear the skull cap Why the change of heart now PM Narendra Modi Reuters The answer is obvious: Modi wants to garner sympathy for himself by presenting himself as Kashmir’s and Kashmiris’ sympathizer This is in the nature of a vote gathering exercise and is related to elections in the state Will Kashmiris fall for this No is the answer The first question Kashmiris will ask is why now Its been almost a month and a half since the flooding happened and life is limping back to normalcy in the state Yes there is immense relief and rehabilitation work to be done but the worst in many sense is over An ancillary question that Kashmiris will ask is if Modi’s heart really beats for Kashmiris then the time to share their sorrow and misery would have been on the day of Eid Why didn’t the prime minister visit the state then It’s not rocket science to understand the reasons Modi would have angered and offended both his ideological mentors and supporters by visiting Kashmir on the Eid Al Adha The contradictions inherent in this visit would have been manifold So Modi chooses the option that may placate the Hindutva supporters given that he is visiting on Diwali Kashmiris are smart and astute enough to see through the real agenda of Modi The prime minister and his campaign managers who did a deft and astute job during the parliamentary elections are being over confident here Kashmir is not UP; nor is it Haryana It’s a different ball game here wherein the political dynamics operate according to a different set of assumptions and practices Most likely there will be a hartal on Modi’s visit and life will grind to a halt in Kashmir Moreover the consequences of Modi’s visit would be counter intuitive for the BJP and Modi Kashmiris will intuitively grasp the nature and real agenda of the visit and view it as a cynical exercise aimed at reaping electoral dividends by emotionally gaming Kashmiris Kashmir and Kashmiris do not need visits of this nature and it is about time that powers in the Indian political firmament stop reducing Kashmir to mere elections Sobriety and prudence demands that a viable long-term and lasting solution to the vexed issue be found — a solution that is win-win for all stakeholders Paternalism and the politics of short termism has not really worked in Kashmir What is needed is bold and beautiful statecraft and leadership; not electoral maneuvering Modi and his party have been given a resounding mandate by the peoples of India Let him use this mandate judiciously and let him bell the cat by injecting a fresh breath into the politics-within and without- of Kashmir The politics of déjà vu will merely make Kashmiris more wary and cynical and view the Modi visit as another ploy in a series of the same Modi should not repeat but make history But, then Sena will embark upon a large-scale struggle, “Enjoy Jab Harry Met Sejal in theatres in 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