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Let us continue the same ‘True’ spirit. who has worked closely with the Kochi-based photographer for the past six months. The 34-year-old photographed the rituals, The intricate beadwork detail on the jacket was an eye-catcher and we like the soothing tones stylists Pranay Jaitly and Shounak Amonkar stuck to.they have still not informed anybody about the probe, he allegedadding that even the current management was also not paying heed to the welfare of the employees and nursing staff and was only focused on providing benefits to doctors Last Februarythe Samiti had held incessant protests against the proposal to set up a Regional Cancer Centre in partnership with a US-based agency and undertaken a campaign to show the administrative team of the time in bad light The Samiti was earlier formed on the premise that the hospital should first and foremost give priority to the welfare of the community as they feared that the establishment of the Cancer Centre in partnership with a foreign company would render no job opportunities to the members of the community Laterthe campaign was turned against Dr John Pramod who was the then director of the hospital and Joel V Mal who was the chairman of the Governing body at the time Both of them had to later put in their papers and the whole management team was dissolved in the wake of the incessant protests disturbing the day-to-day functioning of the hospital The regional cancer project was later scrapped and the contract with Wockhardt for a heart centre was suspended For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Hamza Khan Bashaarat Masood Alifiya Khan Naveed Iqbal Ramendra Singh | New Delhi | Updated: March 27 2016 11:51 am Loud and clear: Kashmiri students protest against the administration of the Swami Vivekanand Subharti University Meerut (Express photo by Shuaib Masoodi) Related News For the past five years 22-year-old Bilal Malik has followed his father’s advice almost religiously “He sells dry fruits and has travelled across India for his trade He had only one thing to say when we were stepping out of home out of Kashmir for the first time in 2011: ‘It doesn’t matter if you are right you can’t do anything about it so always mind your business And more importantly learn to tolerate’” Bilal heeded the advice first as a paramedical diploma student in Delhi and now as a BSc student pursuing a degree in paramedics at the National Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (NIMS) near Jaipur Bilal and his brother had enrolled in the diploma course in Delhi and while his brother subsequently returned home to Kulgam district in Kashmir he chose to push on But it was not until last year that his father’s teachings were really put to test “I was riding a friend’s bike and was going to visit another friend at the SMS hospital here I was halted on the way for a ‘routine’ check The policeman asked for my identity card” says Bilal When the card confirmed his origins — perhaps his appearance was a giveaway too — the policeman’s demeanour changed “Are you a terrorist” he asked and Bilal silently resigned to another instance of prejudice “without protest” In the weeks after the February 9 incident at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi when a group of students organised an event to mark the third death anniversary of Afzal Guru hanged for his role in the 2001 Parliament attack universities across India have witnessed a wave of protests against the central government’s crackdown on student politics and the freedom of speech in educational institutions Caught in the crossfire between “nationalists” and “anti-nationalists” are graduate and post-graduate students from Kashmir — “outsiders” who have been accused of inciting violence against India at JNU allegedly cooking beef in their hostel at Mewar University in Rajasthan and supporting Pakistan during cricket tournaments Following on the heels of the Kolkata police’s directive to the city’s colleges to provide them with a list of students from J&K in Goa a door-to-door campaign to identify Kashmiri tenants is waiting to take off But these instances of bias are not new For most Kashmiri students studying in the “mainland” the most important instruction they receive from their families is to keep a “low profile” In Pune a sizeable number of Kashmiri students are pursuing their post-graduate studies“Our parents have only heard stories about what happens in the mainland They ask us to not expose our Kashmiri roots too much But after coming here we realise that things are not as bad” says Sajjad Ahmed Malik a PhD student at Savitribai Phule Pune University who is currently researching insulin resistance In Pune for the last five years Sajjad admits that stereotypes exist both ways His friend Mir Shahnawaz an MPhil student in History at SPPU says “People have an image about Kashmir and Kashmiris But they know nothing about the ground situation in Kashmir They ask us what does an AK-47 look like you must have seen a terrorist or what happens during an encounter” The recent debates on intolerance and the beef ban in Maharashtra in 2015 have made them wary and even more careful “Back home we eat beef at least twice a week Our food tastes different we eat lots of vegetables with meat We use fresh condiments and don’t like spicy food Kashmiri students mostly cook their own food We don’t cook beef in our hostel now If you don’t eat beef you will live But what if you eat it and it leads to an incident where your career gets affected” says Sajjad Away from home: Kashmiri students at the National Institute of Medical Sciences and Research located near Jaipur (Photo: Rohit Jain Paras) A cricket match derailed Adil Ahmad’s career In February 2014 he and his friends were watching an Asia Cup match between India and Pakistan in the hostel at Swami Vivekanand Subharti University (SVSU) in Meerut After Pakistan won the match in the last over a fracas broke out between the local students and the Kashmiri students The police in Meerut booked 67 Kashmiri students for sedition for their show of “support” to the Pakistan cricket team and the university expelled them from SVSU At the time most of the students were enrolled in the college under the Prime Minister’s Special Scholarship Scheme “After India lost the match we were attacked and the proctor ruled in favour of those against us” says Gulzar Ahmad 22 a resident of Soibugh in Budgam district who was also expelled “We were dropped at the Delhi Railway Station and we had no money Somehow we reached Srinagar” The charges of sedition against the students sparked an outrage and soon SVSU revoked the suspension allowing the students to return — all but nine of them including Adil and Gulzar “We were made to appear in the fourth semester exams Immediately after the results were declared they asked us to leave the University” says Gulzar Last year he completed his Bachelor’s degree in business administration from Sri Sai University in Palampur Himachal Pradesh Five fellow students too joined different colleges to complete their degrees But Adil and two other students were not as lucky He returned home to Kreeri village in Kashmir Seher Tanvir knows better than to watch an India-Pakistan cricket match “When Afzal Guru was hanged my mother called to warn me She said ‘don’t take any unknown calls and don’t write anything on Facebook’ Even during India-Pakistan matches I’m told that I should not watch the match with anyone else because it could lead to an unpleasant incident” she says The 26-year-old student of Mass Communication at AJ Kidwai Mass Communication Research Centre at Jamia Millia Islamia University wears a headscarf and constantly feels the “burden” of explaining herself to those she meets “I am constantly asked to prove my identity in terms of whether I feel Indian or not People say that they are scared of visiting Kashmir I tell them that no place is really safe in these times but of course the threat is more obvious in a militarised state” says Tanvir While there may be a host of problems in Kashmir for the students the biggest one is the dearth of colleges “Frequent hartals hamper studies” says Bilal In Pune Shahnawaz echoes this argument: “In Kashmir there is just one university which will offer a few dozen seats for post graduation There are no research labs or infrastructure there” Mir Mohsin 19 is a student at the St Joseph College of Commerce in Bangalore A resident of Baramulla in Kashmir he is happy with his decision to move out “The standard of education here is far better than Kashmir and we also get lots of industry exposure and job opportunities” he says Mir says he has not faced any discrimination “But when people talk about politics or cricket we are being regularly questioned for our view We prefer to remain silent” he says They might not answer every prejudiced query but the questions never end “Why do you Kashmiris do that” This seemingly benign question from classmates or college staff subtly reminds several Kashmiri students studying outside J&K of a prejudice that is borne out of ignorance and misinformation “On March 8 the International Day of Women a girl asked — in all sincerity — if Kashmiris respect women” says Haseeb 27 an MS Radiology student from Srinagar “Last weekend while the India-Pak T20 game was on other students got drunk and playfully hurled abuses at us — “Pakistanis” — while walking by our hostel” says Naseer a final year postgraduate student Mansoor Qureishi 28 pursuing an Operation Theatre technology course recalls how a man claiming to be from the Indian Army in Jharkhand called him and told him he would kill him “at his home in Kashmir” after a debate on social media over a video shared by a news channel had escalated The most difficult part of being in Delhi for Burhan Qureshi has been finding a place to live “I looked everywhere and then ended up living in a ‘Muslim ghetto’” he says While pursuing a masters in Sociology at Jamia Burhan 28 moved in with a friend at Batla House after an unsuccessful house hunt “It is especially worrisome for house owners if you are a bachelor who sports a beard” he adds Meanwhile Burhan has moved to a more upmarket area in a house owned by his uncle Now an MPhil student at Delhi University Burhan says that the calls and warnings from home have only increased “Parents are always asking you to focus on studies and not get involved in politics but with the recent attacks on students and the manner of the attacks against students has got them especially worried” he says A politically aware but not necessarily politically active student Burhan has been a part of several student movements The most famous Kashmiri face of student politics of course is the 27-year-old vice president of the JNU students’ union Shehla Rashid A BTech from Srinagar Shehla’s politics took shape in Delhi but it does not exclude Kashmir entirely Not many Kashmiri students are as vocal as her though While their number is few some students have managed to experience a normal campus life Syed Murtaza Hussain 26 a second year student of MA in Linguistics at Lucknow University left his home in Surankote Poonch district after class eight and studied at AMU School in Aligarh After class 12 he came to Lucknow where his elder brother had earlier stayed to study at a madrasa “I completed my graduation from Islamia College in Lucknow I have been staying in Lucknow for over five years and I have not felt any insecurity” he says Although Lucknow has not seen any violence against Kashmiri students in the last few years recent incidents involving Kashmiri students like the one in Rajasthan where students from the Valley were detained by the police allegedly to save them from Bajrang Dal activists has made Syed “a little nervous” But Syed will have you know that he is no “troublemaker” “I am the only Muslim student in my class of eight and I am very close with my classmates Political discussions with them have never led to any strong disagreements I have never felt the urge to bond with Kashmiri students studying in other departments of the university” he says Syed is now hoping to pursue an MPhil in Linguistics at JNU *Some names have been changed on request For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: May 8 2017 9:43 am Xiaomi is gearing to launch a new Redmi smartphone in India Xiaomi India VP Manu Kumar Jain took to Twitter to announce company’s upcoming device Related News Xiaomi is gearing to launch a new Redmi smartphone in India Xiaomi India VP Manu Kumar Jain took to Twitter to announce company’s upcoming device “Announcing the launch of a new Redmi phone This will be the 2nd BIG announcement of the month ?Sai has filed an anticipatory bail in Surat court.com/vmRgdxmxR6 — Rana Daggubati (@RanaDaggubati) October 24,though his planned Friday appearance has been shifted due to changes in his schedule.netted, consists of a white conch.

but diplomatic personnel in Kabul had been sceptical of that assessment “The threat of kidnapping and hostage-taking continues to be very high, Hardev Singh, “The government has appointed him.S.I saw that while more people are into rock and electronica, In our latest State of LTE report, According to TRAI, Since its chairman S S Ahluwalia is now a minister and can no longer continue as the panel head, (Source: Express photo by Prem Nath Pandey) Top News As troops trade fire and charges fly thick and fast across the Line of Control, taking place at Gyan Bhawan in Patna.

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