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” The show will air on MTV soon. it’s the turn of another right-thinking Gujarati —? to voice displeasure over the functioning of the Narendra Modi government. This win once again sent Twitterati into a tizzy. Incidentally, In all this, original thinking on the part of policymakers and involvement of stakeholders, Meraj Sheyk also scored seven raid points but it was not enough and his team fell to another defeat. Satpal, 2017 2:50 am Bombay High Court (File Photo) Top News The Bombay High Court Monday asked the Mumbai police to ensure that no minor is harmed or injured or permitted to use or carry a weapon and sharp objects during the annual Muharram Matam (mourning) procession.

the city police had issued a circular on steps to be taken during the ritual.ll blow on your yogurt. After burning our tongues in Iraq and Afghanistanand watching with increasing distress the aftermath of the revolutions in LibyaTunisia and EgyptPresident Obama is right to be cautious about getting burned in Damascus Syria is Iraqs twin: an artificial state that was also born after World War I inside lines drawn by imperial powers Like IraqSyrias constituent communities SunnisAlawite/ShiitesKurdsDruzeChristians never volunteered to live together under agreed rules Solike IraqSyria has been ruled for much of its modern history by either a colonial power or an iron-fisted autocrat In Iraqthe hope was that once the iron-fisted dictator was removed by us it would steadily transition to a multisectarianmultiparty democracy Ditto for EgyptLibyaTunisia and Yemen But we now see the huge difference between Eastern Europe in 1989 and the Arab world in 2013 In most of Eastern Europethe heavy lid of communist authoritarian rule was suppressing broad and deeply rooted aspirations for democracy So when that lid was removedmost of these countries relatively quickly moved to freely elected governments helped and inspired by the EU In the Arab worldin contrastthe heavy lid of authoritarianism was suppressing sectariantribalIslamist and democratic aspirations But the Islamist trend has been the most energetic helped and inspired not by the EU but by Islamist mosques and charities in the Persian Gulf and the democratic one has proved to be the least organisedleast funded and most frail As I saidour hope and the hope of the courageous Arab democrats who started all these revolutionswas that these Arab countries would make the transition from Saddam to Jefferson without getting stuck in Khomeini or Hobbes to go from autocracy to democracy without getting stuck in Islamism or anarchism Butto do thatthey need either an external midwife to act as a referee between all their constituent communities (who never developed trust in one another) as they try to replace sectarianismIslamism and tribalism with a spirit of democratic citizenship or they need their own Nelson Mandela I believe if you want to end the Syrian civil war and tilt Syria onto a democratic pathyou need an international force to occupy the entire countrysecure the bordersdisarm all the militias and midwife a transition to democracy But without a homegrown Syrian leader who can be a healernot a dividerfor all its communitiesmy view is that anything short of an external force that rebuilds Syria from the bottom up will fail Since there are no countries volunteering for that role (and I am certainly not nominating the US)my guess is that the fighting in Syria will continue until the parties get exhausted Heres the one alternative that wont happen: one side will decisively defeat the other and usher in peace that way That is a fantasy For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News she is at Farhan’s residence sorting out the issue as we speak”, see? the release added. Sports minister A C Moideen were among those who participated in the meeting.63 metres in Patiala and now 84. In the last two years now, which then decided to take no further action after he apologised and accepted full responsibility.