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which goes beyond the humanitarian aspect.." he said adding that the Rohingya refugees have also been flaunting voter cards and Aadhaar cards "It is only when they tried to register themselves as state subjects that the issue came to the fore and assumed great importance I would urge the government to take this matter very very seriously" Dasgupta added By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Published: November 2 2017 5:18 pm Mira Rajput spotted with a Kenzo bag (Source: Varinder Chawla) That Bollywood stars and their families go all out when it comes to fashion is well known Be it Shweta Bachchan Nanda’s chic Altuzarra and Gucci dress or Suhana Khan’s Giuseppe Zanotti wedge sneakers the cost of their apparel has always mildly surprised us Joining them the latest in line is Mira Rajput Kapoor who was spotted carrying a Kenzo bag recently In a ripped blue jeans teamed with an elegant white shirt and black sunglasses we think her casual look is on point But what really caught our attention isthe black tote that she carried A pretty thing with a vibrant eye printed on the front we really like the bag and to find out how much it would cost us we did some research Source: Varinder Chawla Source: Varinder Chawla As it turns out the cost of the small eye tote that Rajput carried can easily fund your weekend sojourn to Rajasthan It is available on Kenzo Paris as the ‘Small eye tote’ with a selling price of almost Rs 25000 Source: Kenzocom Bollywood’s extravagant splurges on bags is no secret as in the past A-listers like Karan Johar and Ranveer Singh have been seen sporting quirky bags which cost the earth It was only a few months back that the director boarded a flight carrying a stylish Gucci bag which garnered appreciative glances but the price left us gaping Costing around Rs 15 lakh we thought the bag matched the larger than life aura that the director’s movies create For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdIn a development which could lead to the de-escalation of tensions at Doka La the Ministry of External Affairs has released a statement saying that expeditious disengagement of border personnel at Doka La has been agreed to and is ongoing MEA Press Statement on Doklam Disengagement Understanding pictwittercom/fVo4N0eaf8 — Raveesh Kumar (@MEAIndia) August 28 2017 The statement is as follows: "In recent weeks India and China have maintained diplomatic communication in respect of the incident at Doklam During these communications we were able to express our views and convey our concerns and interests On this basis expeditious disengagement of border personnel at the face-off site at Doklam has been agreed to and is on-going" This move is surprising as only on Thursday China had said that India had "slapped its own face" by deciding to build a road near Pangong Lake in Ladakh and it would only worsen the Doka La dispute Beijing had warned that the move was not "conducive" to peace in the region Representational image AFP The move also comes just days before the BRICS Summit which will be held in China in September Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be travelling to China for the summit China on Thursday had also issued a safety advisory to its citizens living in India This was the second such notice amid the border row dispute between the two countries The advisory had asked them to be alert and its validity is till 31 December The last one-month advisory was issued on 8 July Indian and Chinese troops have been engaged in a standoff at Doka La in the Sikkim section for the past three months which has led to escalation in bilateral tensions The dispute began when India stalled the construction of a Chinese road in Doka La which lies in the tri-junction of India China and Bhutan Bhutan has also protested China’s road building activity in its territory New Delhi perceives the Chinese road in Doka La a threat as the region is very close to its Siliguri corridor which connects India’s North East with rest of the country The 3488-kilometre de facto India-China border is divided into three sectors: West middle and east Written by Vivek Deshpande | Nagpur | Published: September 21 2017 4:11 am T27C1 was captured after it killed two persons and injured three others (Representational Image) Top News The problem tigress released in Bor wildlife sanctuary on July 29 killed a man on the fringes of the sanctuary on Tuesday evening raising a big question mark on the experiment to release it back in the wild after its capture in JulyTigress T27C1 was captured after an arduous search in Bramhapuri forest of Chandrapur district after it had killed two persons and injured three others in a series of attacks The attacks had created a lot of anger in the affected villages leading to violent clashes between villagers and police and forest staffers Orders to shoot the tiger were issued by The attacks had created a lot of anger in the affected villages leading to violent clashes between villagers and police and forest staffers Orders to shoot the tiger were issued by principal chief conservator of forest A K Mishra but the tracking team had managed to capture the tigress alive After long deliberations and upon insistence by wildlife activists it was decided to release the tigress back in the wild Consequently the two-year old female was released in the Bor wildlife sanctuary in Wardha district with a radio collar around her neck Two teams of trackers had since been following her to ensure she didn’t stray near villagers leading to any further conflict with humans Initially for a few days the tigress did loiter around some villages but was pushed into the core of the sanctuary by the tracking teams She was believed to have accepted the core as her home range “On Tuesday evening however she strayed towards the range of the forest and killed Bhivaji Harle 55 a resident of Wadala village in Ashton Tahsil while he was taking his bullocks home” said chief conservator of forests Hrushikesh Ranjan Reports have it that the tigress had half-eaten the victims’ body Asked how the mishap occurred despite the tigress’ tracking Ranjan said “one of the tracking teams was about a km away while the other was about 400 metre from the tigress Apparently that caused a delay in giving an alert to any possible victim who got perilously close to the animal” Asked if the incident would prompt winding up of the experiment to release the tigress back in the wild Ranjan said “we will assess the situation and take a call soon” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vappala Balachandran | Published: January 23 2016 12:23 am File photo of R N Kao Top News Lieutenant General Satish Nambiar former director general of military operations had made a strong plea in 2011 to declassify the records of our 1962 1965 and 1971 wars One year earlier the late SN Prasad the doyen of our military historians had criticised our bureaucracy for standing in the way of prompt publication of our war histories Since then The India-Pakistan War of 1971: A History edited by the late Prasad has been released in 2015 by a Delhi think-tank with the tag: “Sponsored by the ministry of defence” Is this our official 1971 war history The major lacuna in this book is that it has had no access to intelligence records It is a mere chronicle of military operations Srinath Raghavan’s 1971: A Global History of the Creation of Bangladesh gives a better account of the role of intelligence in this war No history of a major war is complete without an official account of how intelligence helped The World War II history compiled by the British government has five volumes describing their intelligence services’ contributions We have waged four wars with Pakistan and one with China Of these the 1971 war was the most decisive Other books about 1971 give only fragmented pictures of our operations Some are hagiographies Brigadier Behram Panthaki’s biography of his boss Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw the hero of the 1971 war only casually refers to the role of intelligence One month after the war then PM Indira Gandhi handed over a RAW file to Manekshaw that documented transgressions by a handful of senior Indian army officers in East Pakistan He took prompt action This would give the wrong impression that the RAW acted only as a vigilance department during the war Our intelligence was active in East Pakistan well before 1971 and much before our composite intelligence structure was divided into separate internal and external organisations in 1968 The late RN Kao had led these silent operations Our armed forces came into active mode only after the Pakistan army’s March 25 1971 crackdown In fact our army took advantage of the ground conditions created by our intelligence which facilitated their operations during the war Their important role was mentioned in several books including the memoirs of the late PN Dhar the PM’s advisor and later principal secretary He mentioned that Kao was trusted by all East Pakistan leaders just as they had full faith in Gandhi The late Kao was initially the head of our external intelligence organisation RAW from 1968 to 1977 This was followed by a stint as senior security advisor to the cabinet from 1981 to 1985 during which he constituted a team under Colonel V Longer a military historian to compile an official chronicle of the role of intelligence before and during the 1971 war Longer had served in the RAW and knew its operations well This task was completed sometime in 1984 or 1985 but the volumes were kept in sealed envelopes in the personal custody of the RAW chief’s staff officer There was no decision on whether to publish these files or transfer them to the National Archives In January 1986 I inherited these sealed envelopes when I became the staff officer I handed them over to the late B Raman who took over from me in September 1990 Since then these envelopes must have been mechanically handed over and taken over by relieving officers Kao used to appreciate published articles on the contribution of intelligence to our national security by some of his junior colleagues like Raman or me He used to encourage us by sending appreciative comments although he would not agree to write his memoirs He had gently brushed aside my offer to go through his papers and write his draft memoirs as I felt that it was in the national interest that there be a record of his contribution to India’s strategic security In my homage to Kao in 2003 after his first death anniversary I had demanded that these volumes of the “intelligence history” of the 1971 war be taken out of cold storage and published But this was not done Perhaps this reticence was due to a bureaucratic lapse or on account of the traditional assumption that the role of intelligence should not be publicised This lapse had led to an RTI application in 2010 that these files should be obtained from the RAW and published Worryingly there was an allegation that they “are not with RAW any longer” Former Central Information Commissioner Shailesh Gandhi had heard this case and also its appeals in 2010 He had ordered on July 22 2011 that the organisation should confirm that the allegation was false The publication of the Kao files will be in keeping with the directive of the PM that the intelligence and police community should “share” their history with the people of the country As a result the IB has declassified 3000 documents on the meetings between top police officers with PMs and home ministers since Independence including some important meetings prior to and during the Emergency The writer is a former special secretary cabinet secretariat For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: A total of 43 percent voter turnout was recorded in the Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) elections on Tuesday "The morning colleges of the varsity recorded voter turnout of 453 percentage The consolidated figure will be revealed after the final tally" SB Babbar DUSU Chief Election Officer said earlier Representational image Reuters He later told PTI that the final tally of the elections was 43 percent According to professors tracking the polls far flung colleges under the central varsity recorded a poor turnout whereas campus colleges exhibited a relatively higher voter turnout In the college unions polling which took place simultaneously with the DUSU polls Akhil Bhartiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) won all the top positions — president vice president secretary and joint secretary — in Laxmi Bai College Vivekananda College and Shri Venkateshwara College The students’ outfit also won top two positions in SGTB Khalsa College Zakir Hussain College (Morning) Bhagini Nivdita College (BNC) among others Bigwigs like NSUI and ABVP flooded the streets with pamphlets near Satyawati College NSUI supporters were seen campaigning for their presidential candidate Rocky Tusheed with loud music systems blaring ‘We love We Love Rocky’ The left-affliated AISA also distributed pamphlets to students The counting of votes will take place on Wednesday He was a simple man, The Aam Aadmi Party(AAP) chief rose to power riding a wave of support from the suffering underclass who were at the receiving end of a systemic, Golaghat and Nagaon districts, Rajasthan started the fourth and final day staring at a certain defeat as Karnataka bowlers needed to pick up just four wickets in three complete sessions to wrap up the issue. Patel led from the front to score 139 while opener Gohel struck a fine 104 before Gujarat declared their second innings at 324 for six.