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Asked if he is bigoted or Islamophobic, saying such processes have rarely yielded any results.In a five-page letter to the President the group comprising former bureaucrats judges top police officials journalists and educationists sought his intervention to impress upon the Centre to hold talks for resolution of the "Kashmir dispute" File image of President Pranab Mukherjee PTI "We.implore and beseech Your Excellency to impress upon the Government of India to initiate and announce direct immediate purposeful and result oriented dialogue with all the stakeholders especially those with whom such dialogue has been held in 2004 and 2007 for a lasting solution of ‘Kashmir Dispute’ within a reasonable time frame" the group said in the letter sent to the President on Wednesday "We sincerely believe that a lasting solution of the dispute through dialogue with all the stakeholders would be in the interest of people of the subcontinent in general and people of Jammu and Kashmir in particular" they said The group also said that Track II initiative have rarely yielded any results "The experience teaches us that Track II initiatives are time consuming rarely yield any results and therefore not an option Direct dialogue is the only way forwardAn open dialogue with the representatives of those leading the ongoing movement and overall struggle for realisation of political aspirations without questioning the legitimacy of the leadership is imperative "A confusion grossly misplaced is being created regarding the identity of those leading the ongoing movement and overall struggle for realisation of political aspirations and therefore required to be associated with the proposed talks" they said The civil society members said previous central governments headed by Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Manmohan Singh had held dialogue at the highest level with important stakeholders "The Government of India should resume that process by restarting dialogue at that level and follow it up by broad based institutional mechanisms for a holistic and lasting solution" they said while seeking a dialogue with all the stakeholders without any preconditions "Once the Prime Minister has signified his intention to initiate dialogue within the ambit of Insaniyat a concept higher than any law and even Constitution for a lasting solution of the dispute there is no reason to make dialogue subject to any conditions" it said The civil society said "a meaningful dialogue" will also help in moving towards a "harmonious and dignified return of all the persons displaced because of conflict to their native places" While making an effort to settle the dispute they said the focus should not remain merely on financial packages or administrative interventions The ‘Kashmir dispute’ the group said is a political dispute "The dispute has its roots also in failure of India and Pakistan to carry forward dialogue contemplated under Tashkent Declaration of 1966 Shimla Agreement 1972 and bilateral talks held from time to timeThe dispute over the years has consumed lives of thousands of people left thousands orphans and widows without a source of sustenance Thousands have disappeared leaving behind old aged parents half widows and half orphans" they said The group highlighted that the Government of India has been spending billions of rupees on acquisition of military hardware and maintenance of more than half a million troops and para-military forces in the State "The dispute has triggered arms race and lately nuclear proliferation in the subcontinent making the State a nuclear flash point threatening the security of the entire sub-continent This leads to misallocation of precious and scarce resources and perpetuates the state of poverty for the teeming millions living below the poverty line "India and Pakistan have fought four wars over the dispute and the two countries with nuclear arsenal cannot any more afford to get entangled in an armed conflict" they said In an apparent snub to Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti the group said the impression sought to be created that only five per cent of the population is associated with the movement is "misleading" and "belied" by the situation on ground "The current movement is a mass uprising and not the handiwork of a few people" the group felt The civil society suggested a few measures to be taken for creating an atmosphere conducive for a successful dialogue including repeal of laws like Afspa Public Safety Act and Disturbed Areas Act They also called for reducing the footprints of army para-military forces and security forces especially in civilian areas "Relocate such forces and make Jammu and Kashmir Police and Jammu and Kashmir Armed Police responsible for maintenance of law and order" the group said They also demanded an immediate ban on the use of pellet guns The signatories to the letter include former chairman of Public Service Commission Muhammad Shafi Pandit former judge of J&K High Court Hasnain Masoodi former Chief Information Commissioner G R Sufi former Vice Chancellor of Kashmir University Abdul Wahid founder Vice Chancellor of SKUAST Hashmatullah Khan Other signatories include Editor-in-Chief of Greater Kashmir Fayaz A Kaloo artist Masood Hussain former Chairman J&K Bank Munshi Ghulam Hassan former Advocate General Reyaz A Jan and Executive Editor of Kashmir Times Anuradha Bhasin The group also demanded appointment of a Commission of Inquiry headed by a retired judge of the Supreme Court to inquire into all civilian killings "grievous hurt" caused by security forces and police firing other crowd control measures and nocturnal raids damage to movable and immovable property during raids on and after July 8 till the Commission initiates its proceedings and to fix responsibility The Inquiry Commission should also determine compensation to be paid to the dependants of the deceased and each of the victims and the persons whose property was damaged during nocturnal they said By: ANI | New York | Published: February 26 2017 3:39 pm At least the wave was seen very prominently at Grammys BAFTA and BRITS Top News Keeping the trend set by Meryl Streep at the Golden Globe Award 2017 in mind expecting a ‘political’ wave at the 89th Annual Academy Awards is inevitable At least the wave was seen very prominently at Grammys BAFTA and BRITS A survey by Fox news has come up with an inference which says almost 45 percent of attendees at the Oscars can voice their political opinion Among the rest 55 percent about 25 percent may say ‘we shouldn’t talk politics’ whereas 21 percent prefers staying out of politics The rest 10 percent may be the feeling- ‘Hollywood too liberal’ Meanwhile according to a report in CNN the ‘Hamilton’ actor Brandon Victor Dixon who addressed Mike Pence from the stage shortly after the presidential election said that he expects politics to play a role in the acceptance speeches of this year’s Oscar winners “I anticipate we’ll see more of the trend that has been building in Hollywood and me for one am very happy about it” CNN quoted the actor saying “It’s imperative that anybody who has a platform anybody who has a voice right now that they stand up and speak their mind particularly about a lot of issues that are affecting people who do not have a voice or platform” he said adding “I hope they do take their opportunity and I look forward to hearing it and seeing it” Also Read:Oscars 2017 Actress in a Supporting Role: Viola Davis is a favourite can Michelle Williams stage anupset For the unversed Dixon made headlines in November when he read a message to Pence then the vice president-elect during a curtain call after learning the politician was in the audience where he said “We truly hope that this show has inspired you to uphold our American values and to work on behalf of all of us all of us” This angered Donald Trump who later tweeted “the cast of Hamilton was very rude last night to a very good man” and demanded an apology which the actor refused For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: February 23 2017 11:17 am Raj Kummar Rao at the trailer launch of his film Trapped Top News Acclaimed actor Rajkummar Rao says he went through a physically and emotionally draining process to essay his role in Vikramaditya Motwane’s Trapped the gripping trailer of which was launched here on Wednesday “I was living on carrot and black coffee for Trapped As we finished shooting the film within 20 days to get under the skin of the character I didn’t eat properly and felt the frustration and anxiety of the character I play in the film” Raj Kummar told the media here “We approached the character very organically to get it right” he added The story of Trapped is woven around a young man who is trapped in a room of a non-functional building for quite some time?his last with 18. What keeps me going is when I see my mother. she has lost three kids and I am the only one alive” Dimple said “She is like rockstrong I don’t see her crying She takes care of herselfshe is fine She is the pillar of strengththen I have my children and grand children I have lovely people around me I look up and march up” she added There were reports that Khanna’s sea-facing bungalow Aashirwad on Carter Road in Bandra was likely to be turned into a museumwhich will comprise his clothestrophiescars and other memorabilia HoweverDimple rubbished the report saying”No museum will be there… absolutely not” On a complaint filed by Anita Advaniwho claims to have been the live-in partner of Khannaagainst Dimple Kapadia and her family under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Actshe said”I think it happens with every great person and that is the price one has to pay” But she was humbled by the love shown by the actor’s fans during his last days “The farewell that they gave him there can’t be a greater tribute than that to him Hats off to his fans for having done that and that was absolutely unreal” she added Dimple will be seen next in ‘What the Fish’ and Homi Adjania’s ‘Finding Fanny’ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Nyon | Published: February 26 2016 8:51 pm Manchester United and Liverpool will face each other for the first time in the European competition(Source: Reuters) Related News Manchester United and Liverpool will face each other for the first time in European competition after being drawn together in the Europa League last 16 on Friday The fixture means two tough games for teams which are struggling in the English Premier League where United is fifth and Liverpool eighth “I asked my staff who they wanted and they said Manchester United” Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp said on the UEFA website The first game will be at Anfield on March 10 with the return fixture seven days later at United’s Old Trafford The draw on Friday also means an all-Spanish matchup between Valencia and Athletic Bilbao while reigning Europa League champion Sevilla meets Swiss team Basel whose stadium St Jakob-Park is also the venue for the final in May Sevilla is aiming to win the competition for a record third year in a row Another high-profile fixture pits Premier League title challenger Tottenham against Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund The other fixtures are Shakhtar Donetsk against Anderlecht Villarreal against Bayer Leverkusen Sparta Prague against Lazio and Fenerbahce against Braga For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News August 15), Almost every other month.

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