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There was a time when many sane and good people were committed to the communist movement and obeyed the orders of the party in all respects Comrades could be told that the party did not want them to have childrenso could they please abort the foetus They did everything the party told them to do because they were sure history was on their side and that the Revolution would come for certain and transform society and bring equality and justice They gave up their life for their beliefs Extremism of every colourgreenred or saffronshares one feature It is certain of its aims and of its arguments It has faithbe it religious or ideological Given faiththe terrorist is willing to suffer any privationany humiliationany punishment cocooned by the certainty of his ideas Democracy on the other hand is beset by doubts Democracies are never sure that they are right in punishing people who are out to destroy their democratic way of life Democrats disagree and differ They argue and they debate No single persons ideas survive intact once the debate starts Killing completely unknown persons in pursuit of a cause requires the arrogance of certainty Democracies are slowclumsy and uncertain They have lengthy procedures and legal entanglements but these are designed to ensure that no one is left troubled by the decision to punish the guilty We would rather let a thousand guilty go free than convict one innocent person We are so unsure even about our democracy that when Maoists attack the bourgeois democracy as shamthere are many who nod in agreement And yetthe fanatics are wrong about the basic value they prize so much; their certaintytheir faith that they know the futurethat history is on their side or that God has told them what to do Twentieth century witnessed the biggest battle between the doubters and the believersbetween democracy and dictatorship and the doubters won hands down The Nazis and the Bolsheviks bit the dust The terroristswhether green or saffronwill not win not because the democrats have superior force but because they lack the certainty of the fanatics Doubt alone triumphs For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 19 2017 6:23 am Top News DASHING THE hopes of hotel owners located on Madhya Marg a division bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court Tuesday dismissed their petition filed against UT Administration for not denotifying the stretch of Madhya Marg which was declared as a state highway A bench comprising Justices Rajesh Bindal and Harinder Singh Sidhu was of the opinion that the matter was pending before the Supreme Court and even a direction for deciding representation in this regard could not be issued As the hotel owners will not be allowed to serve alcohol for the time being at least a meeting to decide the next course of action will be held Wednesday Kuldeep Gupta who owns Tao in sector 26 said “We will either shift to Industrial area Phase 1 or Panchkula or Mohali We will decide after the meeting” The Brew Estate in Sector 26 has already shifted to Elante The change in classification of roads had earlier paved way for vends to function as the ban on their existence was on state highways and not “major district roads” Nearly a fortnight ago the Punjab and Haryana High upheld the change in “nomenclature of certain roads” from state highways to “major district roads” Hotel owners located at the Madhya Marg in their petition had claimed that the UT’s stand on letting this stretch remain as state highway was “discriminatory” The owners had told that in the master plan of UT it was clearly mentioned that Madhya marg is that stretch which begins from Transport chowk and ends at PGI It was a V2 road they said The worst hit businesses in Chandigarh after the SC ban are the ones located on the Madhya Marg in Sector 26 Chandigarh and Sector 7 Chandigarh Madhya Marg has several microbreweries were located there Plans for new ones have also been hit The SC had banned the sale and serving of liquor within 500 metres of national and state highways in December 2016 This decision was made because of the rising deaths due to drunk driving The UT administration’s decision to denotify all the state highways except Madhya Marg and Himalaya Marg put the hotel owners in a fix For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by ANJALI MARAR | Pune | Published: February 13 2017 12:50 am Apart from distributing pamphlets addressing small gatherings and singing songs the group is also getting poets to recite a few lines to attract the masses Express Top News With an aim to woo the IT-community residing in Pimpri-Chinchwad and encourage more professionals to exercise their voting powers city-based Human Rights Protection and Awareness (HRPA) group has been conducting numerous awareness rallies and voter drives From interacting with IT professionals at popular eateries in the area to getting Marathi poets for a tete-a-tete HRPA claim to have reached out to at least 600 such employees of various companies This comes ahead of the civic elections across ten civic bodies in Maharashtra scheduled on February 21 Pimpri Chinchwad is home to a sizable number of IT professionals in Pune Most of the young population have settled at Wakad Hinjawadi Pimple Saudagar Pimple Gurav forming a majority voter population here Watch What Else Is Making News Members of HRPA said it is the elite and educated class who generally shy away from voting and Pimpri-Chinchwad cannot neglect the IT crowd at the time of such crucial elections “We are trying hard to reach out to such class of people who on the polling day prefer to go outing or holiday instead of exercising their right of voting and electing their political representative” said Shrikant Jogdand chairman of HRPA for Pimpri-Chinchwad The group has been using innovative ways and incorporating techniques for reaching out to the masses Apart from distributing pamphlets addressing small gatherings and singing songs they are also getting poets to sing a few lines “With these techniques our only goal is to bring maximum number of people out to the polling booths Poets are also reciting some verses thus adding a musical touch to the awareness drive” added another member from the group The group has primarily focused on spreading awareness of exercising voting power and the benefits of this fundamental right during election season across all elections from national-level to civic-body polls However in the last three years HRPA has been involved in various other activities too where they conducted awareness drives for citizens Earlier this year they batted for new year’s celebrations without alcohol So far the group has managed to take out rallies at various streets in Pimpri Pimple Gurav while Pimple Saudagar and neighbouring areas will be covered in the coming three to four days When asked about the most difficult set of people in terms of convincing to step out and vote the organisers said it was the educated class “During our campaigns we have had experiences when such people do not even allow us entry to their premise let alone listen to what we are aiming to speak about” said Jogdand But none of it has deterred the group from carrying out its duties as it believes to have achieved victory The group believes that even if three out of ten whom they convinced to vote on the grounds beyond party lines colour religion or political ideology voted simply on the merit of good governance and development works carried out For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: May 11 2017 2:02 pm Ram Gopal Varma feels Chhatrapati Shivaji’s story has more heroism than Baahubali? 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All three men said the teenager appeared to have given birth while in captivity while Abana said other kidnapped girls were in the forest, being a spokesman for the families of the Chibok girls.

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