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Share This Article Related Article His petition said that there were 3,bankable, action has also been initiated against five restaurants and pubs,” HOPE RETURNS The BJP’s big electoral victories since May 16 have given every citizen a new sense of responsibility and hope, It points out the challenges before the two chief ministers of people’s expectations and the need to correct wrongs done: “The signs of changes seen in these states will reflect in the upcoming elections in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand. etc. in electronic form) of the IT Act has been registered against the accused at Vile Parle police station [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 3 2016 12:35 am A look at the front page of The Indian Express published on June 3 1976 Forty Years Ago Related News Youth Congress leader Sanjay Gandhi was set to visit Tashkent in the Soviet Union three days prior to Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s visit to Moscow He will join Mrs Gandhi’s party in Moscow later Fossils In Himachal Fossils of a small rodent-like creature known as insectivore which palaeontologists believe gave rise to earliest primates were recovered from a site in Haritalyanagar in Bilaspur district in Himachal Pradesh A research team from Panjab University found a dozen specimens of insectivores consisting of complete skulls mandibles and fragmentary skeletal parts These were the first such finds of primitive mammals from the Nagri beds of the Miocene age extending approximately 15 million to 20 million years in the Shivalik The researchers had earlier recovered remains of primitive monkeys and man-like apes from these beds Shades Of Red The unexpected postponement of the Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev’s visit to Belgrade indicated that differences between him and Yugoslav President Marshal Tito remained unresolved and that the much-publicised conference of European communist parties has hit a snag Yugoslavia have long suspected what they call the Soviet “intentions” towards their country They have repeatedly accused the Russians of financing the opposition and have arrested several people on charges of being Soviet agents War In Lebanon Syria put its air force on the alert to bring back its troops sent into Lebanon against leftist militias and Palestinians amidst reports that Syrian forces had taken over the port city of Sidon Syrian premier Mahmoud Ayoubi held talks with Soviet Premier Alexei Kosygin in Damascus and thanked him for providing arms to discourage “imperialist and zionist expansion” in Lebanon For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: August 1 2017 7:23 pm The total sponsorship for five years comes to Rs 26 crore (Source: Reuters) Top News Sports Authority of India on Tuesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Yonex Japan to promote badminton at the SAI Regional Academy in Bhubaneswar The MoU was signed by Roque Dias Executive Director on behalf of SAI and C P Gupta on behalf of Yonex Sunrise Sports (India) Pvt Ltd in the presence of Secretary Sports-cum-DG SAI Injeti Srinivas As per MoU the Sunrise Sports (India) Pvt Ltd has agreed to sponsor court mats players and coaches kiting worth Rs 5214960 per annum for a period of five years to the SAI Odisha Regional Badminton Academy in Bhubaneswar The total sponsorship for five years comes to Rs 26 crore Dias said this was the first time that an initiative like this one was taken by SAI to bring in sponsorship to the academies for providing best equipments of YONEX Brand so that trainees at the academy perform better in national and international competitions “This will not only help the players but will also prove to be a wonderful avenue to sports firms to promote sports in bigger way” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: March 5 2014 12:25 pm Related News By: Badri Narayan ‘Chai pe charcha’ and the cultural history of tea in India In the 1970s drinking tea in the house was not approved of in Bhojpuri villages Youngsters were forbidden to drink tea and only the older people of upper caste families who could afford sugar and milk drank tea Poor people who could not afford these did not When guests visited they were offered sherbet Only when marriage negotiations took place were guests offered tea and biscuits There were a few tea stalls along highways — in kashbahs and villages they were rare The people who sat there were considered bahera laphua and bigrail (unemployed people who had nothing better to do than gossip over tea) Today after the construction of highways that link with villages tea stalls have become very common They are considered good sources of income for the owners and for the people who work in them Still in the village’s cultural milieu sitting around in tea shops is frowned upon Yet tea stalls have also been converted into meeting points for villagers and addas where people passing through might obtain information about villagers for marriage negotiations or send information to someone whose address is not known They have now been transformed into public spaces in villages since earlier public spaces like fruit orchards are no longer accessible to ordinary people The BJP’s strategy to use tea stalls as a space for election propaganda may have both positive and negative results for the party On the positive side the party’s visibility will increase as people from adjoining villages also visit the tea stall So information spreads rapidly from just one village tea shop But this information inhabits a superficial space It does not enter the values the memory and the culture of the people since tea stalls are still not an accepted part of the village milieu Tea drinking as a habit for common people has been beautifully documented by Gautam Bhadra an eminent cultural historian He shows how British colonial polices in the first half of the 19th century made India the largest producer of tea in the world until it was overtaken by China in 2006 But in most of India there was no ancient tradition of drinking tea By the early 20th century however it had become a drink for the Indian upper- and middle-classes in Calcutta During the nationalist period there were stern proscriptions by nationalist leaders such as Mahatma Gandhi to stop people from consuming tea Gandhi even wrote a chapter in his book Key to Health explaining why tannin the compound that gives tea its astringency was bad for human consumption So people involved in the nationalist movement did not consume tea In the villages several proverbs and idioms were coined as warnings against tea In the process negative beliefs about tea also emerged One major belief was that drinking tea led to loss of strength Thus tea became a symbol of bad or decadent culture in the north Indian village In order to counter such beliefs and to spread the market for tea in India the British government issued several advertisements in newspapers One advertisement showed a powerfully built man consuming tea which was meant to dispel the idea that tea leads to loss of strength Gradually as the aggressive advertisements and marketing strategies made inroads in villages the negative ideas about tea were removed Affluent people started drinking tea although the younger generation was stillkept away from it Today tea is linked to the livelihood of many villagers and many migrants who return to their villages open tea shops with their savings They have developed a large network around their tea stalls These networks receive and disseminate information Many of these tea stall owners are glad to be associated with Narendra Modi the prime ministerial candidate of the BJP especially since Modi relates himself with them in his campaign But many tea sellers also feel they will not benefit from this link that the symbolic association and along with it their concerns may fade once elections are over It is interesting that this idea for spreading their political message was handed to the BJP on a silver platter by Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar Now other parties have entered the fray For example the RJD’s Lalu Prasad has started distributing tea and biscuits to people claiming that he was the original tea stall owner The Congress is distributing “Rahul milk” in Gorakhpur It remains to be seen how much parties gain electorally from this innovative technique of disseminating political messages The writer is professor GB Pant Social Science Institute? Mobs attacked the polling stations, he said. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by SURBHI KHYATI | Lucknow | Published: January 19, Perhaps they remembered last year’s outrage.

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