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He loved it and wished us all the luck, said the IOC had agreed to set up a $1 million fund to provide relief to member nations, Young talents such as Emre Mor, The film is slated for release during Sankranthi next year. communities and religions… And you will find that you are living in one of the best countries in the world! ” Also read |Randeep Hooda: My parents think I am absolutely mad The idiom ‘Ignorance is bliss’ suits so perfectly to what the Sarbjit actor has stated here In a way he is right There are certain things that social media blows out of proportion There are certain issues that people on social media have no way of understanding because they have no clue about ‘ground reality’ But does that discount how helpful social media has been otherwise Also doesn’t staying away from news and not debating stop evolution of a human being’s intelligence Is Randeep Hooda right about his advice Also with all the snarky comments and sarcasm that we see today – is this one such sarcastic note After all the tone of sarcasm is better heard than read For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: April 16 2017 8:51 am As per the new delimitation exercise based on 2011 Census each ward now has an average of 60000 people with an estimated 40000 voters Top News Over 110 lakh people are eligible to exercise their franchise for the first time in the upcoming high-stakes municipal polls in Delhi Elections to the three BJP-led corporations will be held on April 23 and the youth population is considered a crucial segment of the voters in the national capital “We are preparing for the polls as per the schedule This would be the first civic poll after the latest delimitation which has redrawn the civic wards “For this election there are 110639 people who would be voting for the first time out of which 24825 are those who have recently turned 18 The rest are aged 19 or above” Delhi State Election Commissioner S K Srivastava told PTI As per the new delimitation exercise based on 2011 Census each ward now has an average of 60000 people with an estimated 40000 voters The State Election Commission is running awareness campaigns in print and on radio and television to encourage people to exercise their franchise in this election for the 272 ward councillors Delhi has 70 Assembly seats and before the delimitation every constituency had four wards but now it ranges from 3- 7 The erstwhile unified Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) was trifurcated in 2012 into North South and East Municipal Corporations While NDMC and SDMC have 104 wards each EDMC has 64 “For the first time in MCD elections None Of The Above (NOTA) option will be available Also the number of candidates in the wards range from a minimum of three to 21- 23 in some of them Most of them have around 15 candidates One EVM can accommodate 16 candidates for more than that a second unit is attached” he said The BJP which has been ruling the MCD for the last 10 years has decided to field none of its 153 sitting councillors and contest the polls with only fresh faces While the BJP fresh from its win in the Rajouri Garden bypoll is seeking to retain its turf the Congress which finished second is hoping for a resurgence The AAP is aiming to replicate its 2015 Delhi Assembly performance but its humiliating defeat in the bye-election may have hit the morale of the party led by Arvind Kejriwal who has said the results should not be seen as a “trailer of the MCD polls” The Generation-1 electronic voting machines (EVMs) are to be used for the MCD elections which the Commission has described as “foolproof” The total number of electorate for the civic polls stands at 13210206 which include 7315915 men 5893418 women and 793 voters in the other category For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsOne may call the rape and murder of a Dalit law student in Kerala an isolated incident that is more about general security than the state of women in the southern state but elections are when all claims of empowerment among women in the state stand exposed Close to 10lakh more women than men will cast their votes on 16 May to elect a fresh set of members to the state Legislative Assembly The state also has over 14000 more women voters this year as per Election Commission data Yet only 26 more women are contesting the polls this year than in 2011 This in a state which has 1085 women for every 1000 men Representational image AFP Kerala has long been the land where matriarchy was followed among its influential communities and where women enjoyed property rights and at times the major share of it Education among women has been a staple for nearly a century and at least 70 percent of them now have access to quality higher education In all other parameters like health and employment too the women in the state are way ahead A University of Berkeley study on women in politics in India says 23 percent women feel their vote counts in making a difference as against 39 percent of men who feel the same But when it comes to representation of women in legislative assemblies across the country the percentage figure is just in single digits And Kerala’s story is no different Last Assembly election there were just 83 women among the 971 candidates Of this 63 lost the poll battle This time 109 of the 1203 candidates are women Thiruvananthapuram has the highest number of women contestants (14 of the total 135) and Kasaragod the lowest (1 of the 46) Thirty four of the women are fielded by the major fronts – the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) the Left Democratic Front (LDF) and the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance Things have sure improved this year with the LDF coming up with a decision to field at least one woman candidate from each district And barring Kasaragod and Kottayam the Left has fielded at least one woman candidate in all the districts Yet when one considers the larger picture in terms of representation Kerala cuts a poor figure Last Assembly had just seven women in the 140-strong house And since the 1950s the number of women legislators has not crossed 13 The recent spurt in cases of violence against women and children in the state have brought forth the gender question with fresh vigour Are women represented enough in the Assembly here Are they part of the decision-making bodies Why are women shunning politics when their vote share is so huge “The gender question was never considered till about two decades ago Globalisation brought forth a fresh set of challenges and it is frankly then that the Left parties began considering the issue The gender question was taken up during the People’s Planning movement of the Left government Now they are beginning to talk of it with greater focus The decision to field more candidates this year is part of this move” says journalist R Parvathy Devi While the Left is a tad better in considering women for prime roles the other parties still are reluctant to wake up to accepting a woman leader “The poll scene in the past has seen women of great promise contesting and even giving a tough fight without any back up of reservations But where are they now Women members of even mainstream parties in the state often complain about not being able to speak their mind or come out in open against issues This time too so many such women leaders have been denied a chance to contest” says a woman political on condition of anonymity T N Seema CPM’s candidate in one of the key constituencies and AIDWA state president feels the whole issue of less participation of women in politics and decision-making reflects the attitude of the society that has tilted towards patriarchy in the last 50 years “There are women in the activities of the political parties but when it comes to decision-making they are not included Even within the party growth is something that isn’t very easy Women are still considered as those inadequate in skills of governance What the present leaders do not understand is that how to govern can be learnt only by actually governing” she says Growth within the party requires tremendous support of the family and often this isn’t available says Parvathy “She has to be present for the grassroot work of the party A family may not allow that here A woman’s place is still said to be at home and even her education and employment prospects are decided on the basis of how beneficial they will be to the family” The Left ideology has been able to touch most spheres of life here but the family even now remains feudal Then there are also the insecurities involved a reason why getting seats reserved for women to contest polls isn’t a cakewalk “The 50 percent reservation for women in local body polls have sure been beneficial in helping more women enter local administration but it has not gone down well with many” says Aysha Potty who had won the Kottarakkara Assembly seat with a huge margin of nearly 54 percent votes in 2011 Cases like Aysha Potty’s are isolated as women are either fielded in seats where they are unlikely to win or as widely seen in the local body polls as a proxy to their male relatives “A woman who tries to find her foothold in public sphere often finds slander lavished on her to curb her growth They give in to such pressures What is needed is a bold approach and a strong mind” says Saleena Prakkanam chairperson of the Dalit Human Rights Movement (DHRM) who also spearheaded the Chengara land agitation According to her a strict reservation policy alone can help in bringing more women to the forefront of politics A study by Thrissur-based Jananeethi Institute and Nottingham Law School UK complements this view It observes: “The main reason an increased number of women have come forward to contest local body polls is due to the enactment reserving 50 percent seats for women Without this they wouldn’t have entered politics” Thirty three percent of the contestants of local body polls were first timers Although 85 percent of the government officials refer to the inexperience of women representatives as a stumbling block that the women show the willingness to learn is said to be their positive attribute Institutes like the Kerala Institute of Local Administration (KILA) design courses and workshops to train such women But the attitude of the society especially the government officials to women representatives smacks of chauvinism says Aysha Potty “We are treated with indifference as though we are yet to learn the ropes of polity and decision making I have faced this but have stood up strongly against that attitude Women should come out boldly shunning the conventionally accepted norms that society reserves for Keralite women” PS Sreekala director of Kerala Sthree Padana Kendram (Women’s Studies Centre) says a deep-rooted change has to effected to bring about a difference in the way society views women only then can politics see more women coming forward to be leaders “Programmes for women like the Kudumbasree have helped a lot to bring women to the forefront Yet what is needed is a constructive effort which starts right from changes in school syllabi” she says Written by Kanchan Vasdev | Chandigarh | Published: March 13 2017 4:04 am Congress leaders congratulate Captain Amarinder Singh at his residence in Patiala on Sunday Harmeet Sodhi Top News FIERCE LOBBYING is on in the Congress to secure a berth in chief minister-designate Captain Amarinder Singh’s Cabinet The new government will be sworn in on March 16?eternality?

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