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He said that in the first phast of "27 saal UP behal" yatra, Is it so?final solution? But each such visit and the ensuing dialogue will make it easier for both governments to walk down the road that Singh and Musharraf defined A solution to the Kashmir issue and the normalisation of relations between the two neighbours may elude this generation of leadersand for as long as terrorists and extremists from Pakistan target Indiabut a way forward has been defined both for bilateral visits and the final solution The writer was media advisor to the prime minister from 2004-08 For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Benita Chacko | Mumbai | Published: May 29 2017 2:37 am The street in Ballard Estate was named after journalist Vaju Kotak who founded a magazine here in 1950 Ganesh Shirsekar Top News In the midst of Cochin Street Calicut Road and Kumta Street in Ballard Estate is Vaju Kotak Marg While most lanes connecting Shahid Bhagat Singh Road with R Kamani Road are named after port towns this 300-metre road seems an exception But even this lane was once known as Karwar Street named after a port city from North Karnataka It was later renamed after leading journalist Vaju Kotak founded his Gujarati weekly magazine Chitralekha on this street in 1950 “Vaju Kotak’s magazine Chitralekha used to be published from here for many years and that’s why the road was named after him His contribution to Gujarati journalism and literature is immense In 2011 on the diamond jubilee of the magazine the government also released a postal stamp in his honour” says Bharat Ghelani the current editor of the magazine Though the name was changed in 1973 even today some refer to the street by its old name and some shops still write Karwar Street on their boards beside the new name The street is dotted with several old structures such as the community hall Kanji Khetsi Wadi the 116-year-old Badami & Sons specialising in ship parts and even the office of the Additional Commissioner of Police (Protection and Security) Earlier the police office was used by the Alcohol Prohibition team Subhash Shukla the 43-year-old owner of an electrical goods shop on the street says “Earlier this street used to be synonymous with crime From illicit liquor to extortion there is nothing that this street has not seen But all that has changed now” Having seen the street grow since the 1980s he says “Most of the shops have changed hands now — Chitralekha’s office has given way to a clothes store a Persian restaurant has been replaced by Hotel Kalapi Earlier there were a lot of hardware shops here but today there are more stationery shops” “Also our street used to have the best pandals during Ganeshotsav But with rising costs everyone does it as simply as possibly” Chitralekha shifted its office to Andheri in the 1980s but until a few years ago its registered office operated from the street Also a bestselling Gujarati author Vaju Kotak has lent his name to roads in Rajkot and Bhavnagar as well Have a comment or suggestion for Street Wise Write to [email protected] with subject line: Street Wise For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: December 19 2014 3:07 am Related News Pitching for the Gita to be declared a national book an article in the Organiser counters the argument that a secular democracy cannot adopt the book as national scripture saying that the Bhagavad Gita is not a religious book: “it has been translated world over and is meant for the whole community” Citing comments by personalities like Albert Einstein and Aldous Huxley on the Gita it says there has been no “intellectual argument against it but there have been feeble protests from the usual rudaalis that is the professional weepers… The one (confused) argument that has been put forward and… worth mentioning is that [the] Constitution of India is a national book Well it will be worthwhile to reiterate the point that the ‘Constitution of India’ is not applicable all over India for example J&K and it is not applicable to all Indians for example followers of Islam have a different set of laws for them Hence ‘Constitution of India’ is out of contention as [the] national book” The article argues that the Gita has made its impact across the world and across disciplines For instance sessions on corporate learning from the Gita have been conducted for members of the Young Presidents’ Organisation at the Wharton School Mustafa Bülent Ecevit the four-time Turkish prime minister had said that the Gita’s verses which said that if one were morally right one need not hesitate to fight injustice had given him the courage to send Turkish troops to Cyprus The Gita “is truly a book of the world [The] Quran and [the] Bible can’t be compared with [the] Gita as they are specific to the religions Hence the attempt to create a religious divide by the rudaalis is futile” it says It adds that Urdu poet Anwar Jalalpuri has translated the Bhagavad Gita into Urdu shayari as did Bint Zehra Rizvi a devout scholar “Last but not least [the] national tree Banyan is the resting place of Lord Krishna and [the] national flower Lotus as per the Gita is a metaphor for detachment; so it is time the book of knowledge of Krishna be declared as [the] national book” the article says NOT FOR DEBATE An article in Panchjanya says the sudden debate on whether the Gita should be a national book or not reflects the bankruptcy of “secular” thought It argues that those opposing it seem to be failing to grasp the real essence of the matter The opposition launched by the secularists also reflects their narrow-minded approach The Gita cannot be subjected to political controversy Instead of making it a political debate those playing politics with this would do well to understand the essence of this book Whoever has read the Gita has experienced that it does not give you any consolation nor entertainment The Gita “demands a very active lifestyle from you It deals with the practical knowledge about life where every shloka echoes the truth” it says CONVERSION MATTERS Criticising the secularists and “their representatives in Parliament” for initiating a debate on conversion without “recognising the difference between religious conversion and homecoming to the traditional way of life” the Organiser editorial says: “…these supporters of Semitic religions did not understand that they are trapped in their own argument against any anti-conversion law in India Thankfully this incident has brought the debate on [to the] right track and created the possibility for [a] universal anti-conversion law” The editorial praises the BJP-led government for proposing the pan India anti-conversion law: “The Centre has given [a] golden opportunity to all the ‘seculars’ to prove their credentials on the conversion issue Let conviction for the nation supersede considerations forvote bank politics…” Compiled by Liz Mathew For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News For two days, With the 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