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"There’s no mention of ‘K’ issue in the Ufa agreement", BJP spokesman Siddharth Nath Singh said referring to the joint statement issued after the Modi-Nawaz Sharif meeting in the Russian city of Ufa True but if he were listening Singh would have noticed that Pakistanis were quick to spot the omission and have since been shouting from rooftops that Kashmir is very much up for discussion Here’s what the good old Sartaj Aziz Pakistan government’s hardliner adviser on national security and foreign affairs who will be Ajit Doval’s main interlocutor said “No dialogue will take place with India unless Kashmir issue is included in the agenda” Not only that He made clear that Pakistan would “continue to extend political moral and diplomatic support to our Kashmiri brethren” And that Pakistan would also raise its “deep” concerns over “Indian interference in Pakistan including continuing support for insurgency in Balochistan” Aziz is not the only one His tough talk has been echoed by other Pakistani worthies without any attempt by India to challenge them Hasn’t anyone at PMO or the Foreign Office been tracking the rhetoric from the other side If the answer is yes then what’s the basis for insisting that the talks would be restricted to only Indian concerns And what does it propose to do if Pakistan does what Aziz is saying Will the Indian side walk out when Aziz raises the Kashmirissue As Sibal asked "Are we going to ask him to leave the room" The Congress has of course gleefully waded into the row accusing the BJP of doublespeak; and to be fair its position is wholly understandable No doubt the party is being shamelessly opportunistic and revelling in the government’s discomfiture But why not For years it has been portrayed by the BJP as the appeaser-in-chief-of Pakistan and accused of acting against national interests by talking to it Now it is the Congress turn to get its own back on the BJP It is its big schadenfreude moment But what about the BJP Or more specifically the Modi government because many even within the BJP are not comfortable with its free-wheeling blow-hot-blow-cold approach What is the Modi sarkar up to Indeed does it even know what it is doing veering from one extreme to another For all its sins the Congress knew and was consistent Its policy –flawed or otherwise–was to deal with Pakistan by engaging with it Sometimes it worked; sometimes it didn’t But that’s what diplomacy is about You take chances You win some you lose some The problem with this government is that it doesn’t have a coherent or clearly thought out Pakistan policy and is making things up on the hoof depending on its political convenience All fire and brimstone when needing to arouse nationalist sentiments to win votes; and go all friendly when wanting to be seen as statesmanlike But apart from the fact that people have now come to see through its tactics such flip-flop doesn’t advance India’s cause– and actually damages its credibility This is the warning Modi would get if he were to consult with his seasoned diplomats but sadly under him the foreign office has been completely sidelined and the whole show is being driven by the PM and Doval’s team By all means go ahead with the talks—but not as a one-off stunt It must form part of a long-term strategy not driven by short-term party political interests But a lack of vision and clarity is typical of this government across the policy spectrum as pointed out by Pratap Bhanu Mehta in a withering piece in Indian Express (7 August) “Instead of clarity there is confusion” he wrote And nowhere is it more evident than in its Pakistan policy So here’s thumbs-up to the talks but hoping that this new script is here to stay Written by Aditi Raja | Vadodara | Published: February 17 2017 3:56 am Top News Nearly 500 displaced families of Kalyannagar who have been awaiting their new homes as part of the in-situ rehabilitation and were promised a rental compensation of Rs 3000 each until the completion of the construction are likely to either bear the cost of the rent or be back on the streets as they have been asked to to vacate the rented premises They have written to the VMC stating that the disbursement of rent is pending since October 2016 The civic body claims that the escalation of costs has put the entire project under “review” Watch What Else Is Making News On Thursday Dr J S Bandukwala dispatched a memorandum to VMC Commissioner Vinod Rao through representatives urging the civic body to take urgent action in the matter Bandukwala said “After the families were left homeless in November 2014 and a sustained agitation was carried out for their relocation the VMC had proposed an in-situ rehabilitation in Kalyannagar Until the time the construction is complete the families were promised a rental allowance of Rs 3000 each This went smoothly for 15 months And then it has stopped since October 2016 The families have been asked to vacate their rented homes We urge the Municipal Commissioner to take urgent note of this matter” Bandukwala had led an agitation of the 1921 Muslim families of Kalyannagar that were left homeless in November 2014 and thereafter in March 2015 the VMC cancelled a housing draw conducted in Sayajipura owing to protests from “Hindu residents” against moving Muslim families in their “peaceful developing neighbourhood” After several months of negotiations involving politicians from the ruling party and Muslim representatives an amicable solution was reached and the VMC proposed to construct an in-situ accommodation for nearly 600 families that were left displaced Out of these 600 families the VMC had found 362 to be genuine and later revised its list to nearly 500 families who were enrolled as beneficiaries and were liable to receive a rental allowance of Rs 3000 per month A former official of the VMC affordable housing department said that the total rent disbursed to the families until September 2016 was Rs 15 lakh per month However since October 2016 the funds for the project were found to be insufficient and the rental disbursement was withheld When The Indian Express visited the site of the Kalyannagar redevelopment on Thursday the construction contractor said that the work on the project had been stalled for over a week due to non-payment of dues to the construction company Rao said “The construction has not ceased It is going on but there is an issue of escalating cost of the construction We will revisit the entire proposal” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 20 2017 2:27 am The ACB caught Pawar accepting Rs 4 lakh from the complainant allegedly at the behest of Jadhav and Pawar (Representational Image) Top News The Thane Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) Monday trapped a sub-divisional magistrate a tehsildar and an employee of the tehsildar office at Ulhasnagar for allegedly accepting Rs 4 lakh as bribe from a man who complained about the matter to the ACB As per the ACB the complainant had approached the Ulhasnagar sub-divisional magistrate in connection with a dispute when the alleged bribe was demanded Vijaya Jadhav the SDM tehsildar Tanaji Pawar and an employee of the tehsildar’s office Vikas Pawar allegedly demanded Rs 5 lakh as bribe from the complainant to rule in his favour The ACB caught Pawar accepting Rs 4 lakh from the complainant allegedly at the behest of Jadhav and Pawar For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsTaj Mahal one of the Seven Wonders of the Worldand aUNESCO World Heritage site has failed to feature in Uttar Pradesh’s recent tourism booklet namely ‘Uttar Pradesh Paryatan-Apaar Sambhavnayen’ The booklet published to mark six months of the Yogi Adityanath government in the state was released on World Tourism Day on 27 September The revelation took many by surprise as all tourist spots in Uttar Pradesh were listed on the booklet except for the world-renowned Taj Mahal File image of Taj Mahal Image courtesy: Reuters News18reports that the Taj Mahal which attracts many tourists from around the world failed to find a spot in UP’s tourism guide It also cited that earlier in June this year the Uttar Pradesh chief minister had said that Ramayana and Bhagwad Gita represent the Indian culture and not the Taj Mahal TheScrolldubbed the move as not a surprise and suggested that with this the Adityanath government has made it clear that Taj Mahal does not reflect Indian culture Taj Mahal? 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