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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 By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 7 2017 9:50 pm Before this Satya Gopal was a principal secretary in the Arunachal Pradesh government (Representational) Related News Senior bureaucrat Satya Gopal was on Thursday appointed the principal home secretary of the Delhi government Gopal a 1988-batch IAS officer was a principal secretary in the Arunachal Pradesh government Delhi Lt Governor Anil Baijal has approved his appointment with immediate effect according to an order issued by the Delhi Services Department Gopal is well aware of Delhi’s administrative issues as he had served as registrar of the national capital in 2004 Before Gopal Finance Secretary S N Sahai a 1986-batch IAS officer was holding the additional charge of principal home secretary in the Aam Aadmi Party government In the past the Arvind Kejriwal government and bureaucracy have been at loggerheads on a range of issues In January last year all Andaman and Nicobar Islands Civil Service (DANICS)-cadre officers had gone on mass leave in a show of solidarity with their two colleagues suspended by the Delhi government For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 3 2017 6:42 pm Close to 50000 fans had come to watch the match (Source: Reuters) Top News A terror attack was avoided at Paris St Germain’s Parc Des Princes stadium on Saturday when an improvised explosive device was was found near the stadium hourse before their French Ligue 1 match against Bordeaux According to DailyMail the bomb made of four gas cylinders covered in petrol was found in 16th arrondissement near the Parc des Princes Reports also state that five men have been arrested off which one is a known Islamist extremist According to DailyMail the bomb was found when a local resident called the police in the wee hours on Saturday The afforementioned extremist was supposed to be under surveillance French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb suggested that the man may have slipped the authorities by employing someone who looks like him a common practice employed by those under the scanner “When you watch someone there is always a nebula a friend ready to help the one who is on the file” Collomb told France Inter radio station Football stadiums in Paris have been targets of Islamic State attacks earlier In November 2015 three suicide bombers had hit the Stade de France during a friendly between France and Germany In this case close to 50000 people had come to watch the match between PSG and Bordeaux Apart from this some of the world’s biggest football players such as Neymar Edinson Cavani and Kylian Mbappe featured for PSG News of the foiled terror plot broke out well after the game which meant that fans players and others involved in the game itself were unaware of the entire incident For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsParliament saw a stormy exchange of words earlier this week as Smriti Irani put up a strongly-worded defence of the Human Resource Development Ministry which she heads for its handling of the protests at the Jawaharlal Nehru University As with most heated exchanges of words in Parliament a lot was said on the floor of the House which was not permitted to go on record as per the existing rules of procedure But while there was much expunging that took place there were questions over whether political decisions had a part to play in which words got out of the records A report in The Indian Express pointed out that while references to the RSS Delhi MLA OP Sharma were expunged the references to JNU students who have been accused of sedition remained on record Section 352 of the Rules of Procedure and Conduct of Business for the Lok Sabha deals with regulations on what cannot be said on the floor of the House Members are disallowed from making a personal reference while making an allegation against another member of the House which can explain the decision to expunge the references to Rahul Gandhi Arvind Kejriwal and OP Sharma However it was not clear why the reference to the RSS which is not (officially) a political organisation was removed Smriti Irani File photo PTI On the other hand the rules specifically state that members should not ‘refer to any matter of fact on which a judicial decision is pending’ With not even a chargesheet having been filed as yet against the JNU students the case would appear to fall squarely within this restriction In fact even Home Minister Rajnath Singh speaking in Parliament later in the day said that Further section 353 says "No allegation of a defamatory or incriminatory nature shall be made by a member against any person unless the member has given adequate advance notice to the Speaker and also to the Minister concerned so that the Minister may be able to make an investigation into the matter for the purpose of a reply" The official spokesperson for the Lok Sabha secretariat was quoted as saying by Catch News as the students were named as the ‘context in which the minister listed their names’ was relevant On the other hand the word RSS was said to have been expunged because of its ‘context’ and not the word per se However the rules of procedure do not make any exception of ‘relevant context’ allowing names to be mentioned in pending judicial cases Another comment by Smriti Irani during his speech during a reference to Rohith Vemula’s death has come under controversy after questions of factual accuracy were raised Smriti Irani had claimed that a doctor had not been allowed near Rohith’s body and that there had been no attempt to revive him Reacting to her speech the chief medical officer had said that she was called in moments after Rohith was found and that he had been dead for at least two hours as reported by NDTV While Smriti Irani had impressed some with her fiery oratory during her speech in Parliament she appears to now be under the scanner for ignoring Parliamentary procedure and making factually inaccurate statements By: Express Web Desk | Lahore | Updated: September 12 2017 3:24 pm World XI coach Andy Flower (L) and captain Faf du Plessis in Lahore (Source: AP) Top News Pakistan hosting a World XI tour is more than just cricket and though it is ashort tour it represents something very big captain of the visiting World XI team Faf du Plessis said on Monday He also expressed his happiness that Pakistan fans will be able to witness international cricket at home after a long time “It is not just about cricket This short tour is for something bigger We are just happy that after a long time Pakistani cricket fans can watch international action at home” Du Plessis said After a gap of eight years top international cricketers are touring Pakistan in the form of World XI squad They reached Lahore on Monday from Dubai amid tight security The team will play three T20 internationals against Pakistan onSeptember 12 13 and 15 Only Zimbabwe — for a five-match T20 international series — visited Pakistan in 2015 since the terrorist attack on the Sri Lanka cricket team bus in Lahore in 2009 That attack left many players injured and civilians dead ICC had also refused to send any match referee and umpires for the Zimbabwe games But thinks seem to have changed ICC funded the visit of a security team and also gave Independence Cup an international status Du Plessis added that he is happy to help bring cricket back to Pakistan “You always try to find things to help you leave your mark — and this seemed like the sort of opportunity to do just that” Du Plessis said “As a cricketer in a few years’ time I will be able to look back and say that I played my part in bringing cricket back to Pakistan” he added Coach of the World XI team Andy Flower echoed the same and said his side has some top international stars and they are happy to be hereore the passionate cricket fans of Pakistan “At the end of this tour we went to be part of the celebrations to signal the return of international cricket to Pakistan” Flower said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | Published: August 23 2017 10:02 pm AIFF is set to groom the best talent from the U-17 and U-19 age-groups Top News Aiming high and far the AIFF is set to groom the best talent from the U-17 and U-19 age-groups and form the nucleus of a squad which it hopes is good enough to represent India in the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2019 and the 2024 Olympic Games The All India Football Federation’s technical committee met in Bengaluru to discuss the development plan for Indian football beyond the FIFA U-17 World Cup which will be held in the country from October 6 to 28 “The idea is to have the best players from the U-17 World Cup team and the U-19 play the AFC U-19 Championship qualifiers and then the main event in 2018 eventually preparing them for the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2019 and the 2024 Olympics” AIFF general secretary Kushal Das told PTI on Wednesday He added “If they do well and qualify for the main event in 2018 and finish in the top four they will be able to play the 2019 FIFA U20 World Cup The technical committee meeting was chaired by Shyam Thapa He said: “This is the right time for the AIFF to take up this long-term vision I am very satisfied with the proposed long-term plan which would ensure the team gets prepared in the best possible fashion for future editions of Olympics Asian Cup and Wold Cup” Thapa proposed the setting up of residential academies in each state in collaboration with the AIFF and state associations A detailed report on the proposals will be submitted to AIFF president Praful Patel All the proposals will come up for discussion in the next executive committee meeting of the apex body Asked if there are plans to ensure participation of a development side like Indian Arrows in the past in the I-league Das said “Saying that the U-17 World Cup side will play in the I-League will be a misnomer “Again the idea is to form a squad by having the best players from the U-16 U-17 and U-19 sides and play in the I-League That team will be managed by the AIFF” The technical committee felt that the team composed of the young talents should be given the best possible training and competitive environment including “participation in the I-League for season 2017-18” The technical committee also proposed to develop and groom Indian coaches and requested the technical director to come up with a detailed plan Vice-chairman of the technical committee Henry Menezes said “The U-17 World Cup squad is the best among the next generation and clubbing them with the U-19 national team is the perfect roadmap and the best thing which can happen to Indian football “The boys would get adequate time to know each other and be fully prepared for future international competitions” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News India’s new no-nonsense muscular approach? Although it would be ambitious to expect her support on issues such as FDI in retail or the Land Acquisition Bill yet, now a permanent feature of the coalition ?