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Congress communication chief and AICC genersecretary Jairam al Ramesh made the party's position clear at a press conference at Shegaon in Maharashtra on Friday after a lengthy talk with Sena leader Sanjay Raut killing of Gandhi which earlier in the day He . Savarkar subscribed to." claimed Raut told him He said Godse was a that they agree to disknown disciple of ideoagree and the differences logue Savarkar and the on this issue will not distwo faced trial together turb the MVA coalition. in the Gandhi assassinaMany senior Congress tion case. leaders felt Rahul GandJairam said it is a hishi should not have torical fact that Savarkar brought up the controhad given a mercy petiversy over Veer Savarkar tion to the Britishers. while in the Maharash"Lokmanya Bal Gangadtra soil in his 'Bharat har Tilak was sent to jail Jodo Yatra' as he should fur six years, but he did & "! '$ ! ! ( ! have at least consulted #$"& %& not give a mercy petition. ! "( $ % ' !%& them. Rahulji said freedom ( $ $ ! ' $ % "! $ Jairam said: "Godse fighter and tribal hero influenced by was pulled the trigger that Birsa Munda sacrificed his Though Savarkar. killed Gandhi, but there life and didn't compromise Savarkar might not have was an ideology behind the with the British unlike de- CBI files charge sheet against ex-chairman Rishi Agarwal, others Home minister Shah urges int'l community to fight shoulder to shoulder to defeat terrorism Calling for global action against the menace of terrorism, Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday argued that no country -- no matter how powerful it is -can deal with the menace of terrorism by itself. Speaking at the concluding session of the 3rd 'No Money for Terror' Ministerial Conference on CounterTerrorism Financing, Shah said," I believe that terrorism stands in the way of democracy, human rights, economic development, and world peace." "No matter how powerful a country or organization is, it cannot defeat the menace of terrorism, on its own. The international community has to continuously and collectively work to resolve this difficult and borderless issue," he added. delegates Addressing from across the world, Shah said in the past few BJP targets AAP over Jain's massage video in jail NEW DELHI:• BJP on Saturday attacked Aam Adami Party after a video of AAP Minister Satyendar Jain surfaced in social media, in which he could be seen getting massage in Tihar Jail. At a press conference in which BJP Spokesperson Gaurav Bhatia and Delhi BJP chief Adesh Kumar Gupta were present, the party also showed the CCTV footage of jailed minister getting the massage by the jail officers. Taking to Twiiter to react on massage video of Jain, Delhi BJP incharge Baijayant Panda said "This is AAP culture of giving VVIP treatment to those who are on wrong side of law! A tainted and jailed minister of AAP, denied bail 5 times, gets a massage inside Tihar jail. AAPsurdity at its peak. Shame Panda." Another BJP leader Amit Malviya said, "Arvind Kejriwal has reduced Tihar to a massage parlour. His jailed minister Satyendar Jain would get a masseur, who would, in violation of all jail rules, indulge the inmate, because of his proximity to the Delhi CM. Delhi Govt manages Tihar. India offers to host secretariat for 'No Money for Terror' initiative #" " '(% + # % '# #&' $ %! " "' & % ' % ' '# * ' "' !#" + (" % " " #! ' " " " " # ' %%#% &! ' # # &&( & (" % ' #" + #% %%#% " ' ' ) '' # %* &! # #" + #% %%#% ' % #" % " * #" '(% + #" ( decades, India has dealt with several challenging aspects of terrorism. "Zero terror policy, stringent framework on counter-terror laws, and empowerment of security agencies has resulted in a significant drop in cases of terrorism," he added. The two-day conference event on 18th-19th November offers a unique platform for participating nations and organisations to deliberate on the effectiveness of the current international regime on Counter Terrorism Financing and the steps required to address emerging challenges. The conference worked towards enhancing global cooperation to deny finances to terrorists and access to permissive jurisdictions to operate. On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted the importance of this conference, saying that it should not be seen just as a gathering of ministers as terrorism impacts entire humanity . The CBI on Saturday filed a charge sheet against former ABG group chairman Rishi Agarwal and other individuals and entities in connection with the alleged Rs 22,842-crore bank fraud in the ABG Shipyard Ltd, . officials said on Saturday In its charge sheet filed before the special CBI court here, the agency has named as accused Agarwal and five individuals and 19 companies including three Singapore-based firms, they said. The 25 against whom the charge sheet has been filed include a Mumbaibased private company; its chairman & promoter; then chief financial officer of the said company; then vice president (accounts); then assistant vice president (accounts); another person handling the group's offshore entities; then statutory auditor of the company and 18 other entities (Indiabased companies/firms & offshore entities) in an ongoing investigation of a case related to the alleged fraud of Rs 22,842 crore (approx). plorable act of mercy sought by Savarkar from the British, betraying India's freedom fighters. Also, no denial that Savarkar and Jinnah were fathers of ." the two-nation theory The Congress leader said: "There are different perspectives on Savarkar and the debate will go on. Unlike the BJP, the Congress doesn't believe in rewriting history If there . is a historical evidence, we can't distort it. We don't . reinvent history We can engage with somebody on the historical legacy of Savarkar, in a scholarly manner." Navlakha walks out of prison, to stay under house arrest MUMBAI: Gautam Navlakha, an accused in Elgar Parishad-Maoists links case, was released from prison on Saturday evening and taken to a building in Navi Mumbai where he will be living under house arrest for a month. His release from Taloja prison in Navi Mumbai after more than two years came nine days after the Supreme Court earlier this month granted his plea seeking house arrest on medical grounds. Navlakha, 70, walked out prison at 6 pm. A police team took him to a building in Belapur-Agroli area of Navi Mumbai where he would be staying. Earlier in the day, judge Rajesh Katariya of the special court for NIA cases here issued his `release memo'. The ground-plus-two Comrade BT Randive Building belongs to the CPM and houses a library on the ground floor. The 70-year-old activist who claims to be suffering from multiple ailments was in jail since April 2020 after his arrest in the 2017-18 case. On November 10, the Supreme Court, in response to his application, directed that he be put under house arrest for a month with certain conditions. The order should be im- & ( % "! ( " ! ! & ! &" & "! #'$ ! ( ' "$ '& '% ' ! " &'$ ) plemented within 48 hours, the court said. But the NIA, which is probing the Elgar case, moved the apex court again contending that Navlakha, being a charge-sheeted accused in a case involving threat to the na, tional security and integrity did not deserve any relaxation. On Friday afternoon the SC maintained its November 10 order and said he must be put under house arrest within 24 hours. Sarang escapes unhurt as dumper hits his vehicle Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang has a close shave when his vehicle was hit by a speeding dumper in Gujarat on Sat. urday Sarang had gone to Gujarat for campaigning. Sarang's vehicle suffered damage on the left side. Later, Sarang released a video statement, saying that he escaped unhurt in the road accident. Other persons sit- $ ting in his vehicle were also safe. He said that only he had received a shock during the time of accident. He said he was returning to Palanpur from Kankrej after addressing the public meeting when the accident occurred. He said probably the dumper driver failed to notice our vehicle and collided with it. When the news of accident reached Bhopal, well wishers of Sarang became worried and they made frantic calls to know the condition of their leader. Even senior BJP leaders made call to Sarang to know about his well being. India to be world's 2nd largest economy by 2050, says Adani MUMBAI: Asia's richest man Gautam Adani on Saturday said India, which took 58 years to become a trillion dol, lar economy will add an equivalent sum to GDP every 12-18 months and will be the world's second largest economy by 2050. Speaking at the 21st World Congress of Accountants here, he said back-to-back global crises have challenged several assumptions, including that China should adopt western democratic principles, secular principles are universal, the EU would stay together, and that Russia would be forced to accept a reduced international role. "This multilevel crisis has shattered the myth of a unipolar or a bipolar world of superpowers that could step in and stabilize global environments," he said. "In my view - in this emerging multipolar world - superpowers will need to be those that take responsibility to step in and help others in a crisis and not bully other nations into submission, those that keep humanity as their foremost operating principle." A superpower, he said, must also be a thriving democracy and yet believe that "there is no one uniform style of ." democracy !% $ & " & "$ '# & $ & $' # ! " "! &'$ ) 3 women killed, 8 injured as bus turns turtle near Dewas UNITED NATIONS:• France has reaffirmed its support , for India, Germany Brazil and Japan as permanent members in an expanded UN Security Council, underlining the need to take into account the emergence of new powers willing and able to assume the responsibility of a perma. nent presence in the powerful world body “France's position is constant and well known. We want the Council to be more representative of today's world, in a way that further strengthens its authority and effectiveness," Deputy Permanent Representative of France to the . UN Nathalie Broadhurst said on Friday She was addressing the UN General Assembly plenary meeting on the 'Question of equitable representation on and increase in the membership of the Security Council and other matters related to the Security Council'. "We must indeed take into account the emergence of new powers that are willing and able to assume the responsibility of a permanent presence in the Security Council,” Broadhurst said. Broadhurst said that to preserve its executive and operational nature, an enlarged Council could have up to 25 , members. “France supports the candidacy of Germany Brazil, India and Japan as permanent members. We would also like to see a stronger presence of African countries, including among the permanent members. The remaining seats should be allocated in order to achieve equitable geographical representation,” she said. INDORE: Three women passengers were killed and at least eight seriously injured when their bus overturned after hitting a road divider near Dewas in Mad, hya Pradesh on Saturday a police official said. The incident occurred in the evening when the bus was going from Indore to Dewas, said Dewas' Industrial Area police station in charge Ram Krishna Sharma. "As per eye-witnesses, the driver was speeding and lost control of the bus. Two women passengers died on the spot, while a third woman passenger succumbed to injuries in a hospital. Eight have received serious wounds and are undergoing treatment," he said. A probe into the incident was underway, he added. Ambedkar was India's first Male Feminist, says Shashi Tharoor PANAJI: Dr B R Ambedkar was India's first male feminist, who propagated such ideas decades back that could be considered as progressive even for the current generation of politicians, Congress leader and writer Shashi . Tharoor said on Saturday He was speaking during an interaction programme at the ongoing Goa Heritage Festival. "He (Ambedkar) was probably India's first male feminist. Way back in 1920, 30s, 40s he made speeches, including in front of a female audience, which today would be considered as progressive for a male politician," the Congress MP said while speaking about his latest book "Ambedkar: A Life". "He (Ambedkar) urged women not to allow themselves to be forced into marriage. He urged women to delay marriage, delay childbirth. He urged them to stand up to their husbands as equals," The Thiruvanathapu- ram MP said. Ambedkar as a legislator fought for women workers and labourers, he said, adding, "It was a remarkable feminist thinking of this man 80-90 years ago." "There is a tendency to see Ambedkar as a Dalit leader. He was the principal Dalit leader of the . country From his early 20s, he was an influential voice and be- came more and more influential," he said. Ambedkar was an extraordinary constitutionalist, being the chairman of the drafting committee. It was he who presented and defended every single one of the provisions of the Constitution, Tharoor said.Responding to a question on India's , image globally Mr Tharoor said that in 1975, the country's image in America was awful. "It was considered a poor country and people's idea about India was about fakirs sleeping on nail-bed or snake-charmers doing road tricks. From there, the transformation has been astonishing. By the turn of the millennium, you have Indian software revolution and suddenly started imagining Indians as computer gigs," he said. Shashi Tharoor said that the 'Y2K' phenomenon was a turning point for the Indian computer professionals. "There was a fear that all the computers would crash...Suddenly we had a demand for Indians doing codes to overcome that problem and that's when India's software revolution really took off," he said. According to him, the other thing that happened in the western world was about the consciousness of Indian expatriates as not just computer people, but engineers and doctors.