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To many, will be released in New Delhi on Friday.In an exclusive interview with Firstpost Chidambaram spoke on a range of issues He stated that NDA-government starting its tenure with the ‘Congress-mukt Bharat’ slogan damaged the relationship between the government and Opposition badly which continued thereafter “That one slogan poisoned the atmosphere” Commenting on the ongoing tussle in AIADMK in Tamil Nadu his home state the Congress leader also said that the ‘people of Tamil Nadu have a right to ask if the leader elected by the AIADMK legislators is fit to be chief minister of the state’ in an obvious reference to VK Sasikala who has engaged in a fierce battle with O Panneerselvam for the chief minister’s post Edited excerpts from the interview follow: File image of P Chidambaram PTI Could you tell us a bit about your new book It is a collection of my columns published in The Indian Express every week during 2016 I wrote on the political economy social issues governance issues and some columns on law and foreign policy The name is interesting — Fearless in Opposition Why would someone even in Opposition feel fear in the first place There is fear especially in the media Many small Opposition parties and even some state governments feel threatened There are immense — and illegal — pressures on individuals I want to drive home the point that in a democracy we must be fearless What is the biggest challenge you faced as an Opposition party member Personally I don’t find anything as a ‘challenge’ to me as an individual There are indirect pressures but I shrug them off The absence of meaningful debates in Parliament is a challenge Is there a change in the philosophy that connects the government and Opposition relationship after the NDA took over Yes the BJP/NDA began their tenure with the slogan ‘Congress-muktBharat’ We did not say ‘BJP or RSS-mukt Bharat’ That one slogan poisoned the atmosphere Besides the NDA repeats ad nauseum that nothing was achieved and everything was rotten in the past 70 years — presumably including the six years of the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government How do you assess Narendra Modi as a prime minister in the past three years People will — and have — rated the government It is mixed The government got a thumping rebuff in Bihar and Delhi It’s been three months since demonetisation happened How do you analyse the gain/pain of the exercise at this stage There are no gains There is only pain inflicted on millions of people The damage to the economy will be a one to two per cent hit on the GDP But wasn’t it a pain the economy had to go through at some point to clean up the system What clean-up Has demonetisation put an end to corruption or black money How do you explain the numerous instances of both corruption and black money that have surfaced — using the new Rs 2000 notes — in different parts of the country Will the government guarantee that henceforth no one will demand a bribe or demand capitation fees Will government guarantee that all property transactions will entirely be done by cheque Former RBI deputy governor KC Chakrabarty said in an interview that the UPA too proposed demonetisation but RBI rejected the idea Wrong The UPA never mooted demonetisation In fact there is a CBDT report that argued against demonetisation How do you rate Arun Jaitley as a finance minister particularly with respect to financial sector reforms Like I said earlier people will rate the government and the ministers Jaitley comes from Punjab He contested in Punjab Let us see how the people of Punjab rate him (in Amritsar) and his government The NDA government has been largely successful in sticking to the fiscal roadmap Isn’t it a good thing They have not They slipped badly in 2015-16 The fiscal deficit overshot the budgeted number of 39 percent and ended with 431 percent For 2017-18 also instead of aiming at three percent he has budgeted for 32 percent Two slippages in three years and four Budgets is not a proud record Some in the Modi government have countered note ban critics by saying the pain is only in the short term and only black money hoarders are opposing demonetisation What is your take That is the BJP’s approach to democratic debate and dissent I oppose demonetisation Do I become an anti-national or hoarder of black money for that reason That’s absolute rubbish Has the Congress recovered from the 2014 shock How confident are you of a strong return in 2019 I cannot predict the results of future elections I think you too should not Regarding the Uttar Pradesh elections the Akhilesh Yadav-Rahul Gandhi leadership of the Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance has energised the campaign and is gaining more support every day What’s your take on the developments in the AIADMK in Tamil Nadu I think the people of Tamil Nadu have a right to ask if the leader elected by the AIADMK legislators is fit to be chief minister of the state Do you suspect any conspiracy in J Jayalalithaa’s death No New Delhi: India and Israel will aim to further step up bilateral engagement and are likely to sign three MoUs in water energy and education sectors during President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit to the Jewish nation later this month which will be first ever by an Indian Head of State Noting that ties between the two countries are on an upswing Israeli Ambassador Daniel Carmon said Mukherjee’s visit will be a "landmark" one during which both sides will try to expand cooperation in a range of areas President Pranab Mukherjee Agencies "For many years our relationship was held under the carpet Now they are more visible and open where each side brings to the table each other’s advantages We are so different yet we are a combined force" the envoy told PTI India is Israel’s largest buyer of military hardware Israel has supplied various weapons systems missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles over the last few years to India but the transactions have largely remained behind the curtains India had established "full" diplomatic relationship with Israel in 1992 though it had recognised the country in 1950 No Indian Prime Minister or President has ever visited the country Carmon said that India and Israel have embarked on a wonderful journey together and both have engagement in areas which are of immense importance to the two nations — from defence to food security to science and technology "We are working together in the field of defence and agriculture and looking at ways to widen the partnerships in fields such as water energy and education" he said In this regard he said some MoUs on water energy and education sectors may be signed during Mukherjee’s visit Emphasising on more people-to-people contact between the two countries Carmon said there is a need to have more direct flights between India and Israel He said "high-level" visits should be a regular feature between the two countries Asked about Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s proposed visit to Israel he said "Technically I don’t think it will happen in 2015. The dates of the visit will be determined through diplomatic channels and whenever the visit takes place it will be fruitful and significant to both countries" Whenever Modi’s visit takes place it will mark another major step in the growing partnership between the two countries he said PTI Written by Shailaja Bajpai | Updated: July 14 2016 1:42 pm Top News Thereafter NDTV 24×7 CNN News 18 and India Today ran the same footage with roughly the same conclusion: “Nawaz Provokes” added India Today for good measure after the Pakistan PM expressed shock at Burhan’s killing (Source: File) There is violence in the Valley following the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani by the Indian security forces Are these “Made in Pakistan” plots to destabilise India or “homegrown terror” If you had watched television news over the last few days there is only one conclusion: As analyst JJ Singh put it all terrorist attacks worldwide can be traced back to Pakistan (Times Now) His comment was in response to “exclusive” footage broadcast by the channel on Monday afternoon showing Lashkar chief Hafiz Saeed and Hizbul’s Sayeed Salahuddin at a memorial meeting in PoK for Burhan Wani where they reportedly encouraged more Burhans This provided “clinching evidence” said the reporter of Pakistan’s hand in the Valley Yes said the anchor the theory of “homegrown terror” had been “completely demolished” WATCH VIDEO:Kashmir Protests: Visuals Of Curfew In the State Thereafter NDTV 24×7 CNN News 18 and India Today ran the same footage with roughly the same conclusion: “Nawaz Provokes” added India Today for good measure after the Pakistan PM expressed shock at Burhan’s killing On NDTV 24×7 Barkha Dutt also criticised Pakistan’s involvement Right So that’s that TV debates on Monday and Tuesday took their cue from the PoK video and proceeded to discuss Pakistan’s role and its perfidy “Pakistan’s open support” for terrorists said NDTV A “rich diet of jihad” said Sushil Pandit on NDTV 24×7 “This is a war of Pakistan” declaimed BJP’s Tarun Vijay and steered the discussion towards our western neighbour in what anchor Barkha Dutt said was a case of “local terrorists” — young educated boys out on the streets (NDTV 24×7) WATCH VIDEO:Kashmir Protests Victim: 5-Year Old Zohra On How She Got Hit The same geographical bias appeared on Times Now India Today and CNN News 18 News X saw expert M D Nalapat travel but in his case it was back in time: The big mistake was in 1947 he said when Nehru stopped short of cleansing Kashmir of invaders And on Times Now Mufti Nasir ul Islam insisted Kashmir was not part of India setting off a wave of patriotism and protest on the channel Across channels the narrative was pulling in Pakistan’s direction which is fine except that it did not explain to the viewer why at least 30000 people in the Valley reportedly had attended Wani’s funeral It was left to RSTV to put things in better perspective A discussion with journalist Pushp Saraf former bureaucrat Jayadeva Ranade Kashmir interlocutor MM Ansari BJP’s Seshadri Chari and JNUSU’s VP Shehla Rashid identified the “disconnect” between the youth in Kashmir and the major political parties the very high political awareness in the Valley and the lack of “faith” amongst the youth in the administration and the government as contributing to “homegrown” unrest and terror Watch Video: What’s making news The discussion moderated by Girish Nikam was by far the most informative and analytical devoid of histrionics and too many references to Pakistan It is ironic that it took Rajya Sabha TV a publicly funded channel to talk more about “homegrown” issues and less of cross-border factors than the private news channels Have you noticed the increasingly bad habit of TV news to stay with one story news item for almost the entire day to the exclusion of almost everything else Until Tuesday it was Kashmir Kashmir Kashmir occasionally interrupted by Zakir Naik On Wednesday from the moment the Supreme Court delivered its verdict on the government in Arunachal Pradesh in the morning till well past 3 pm that was the “breaking” headline the “exclusive” news on the English channels As for Zakir Naik’s Peace TV it’s nowhere that we can see but then as ABP told us it doesn’t have a broadcasting license for India What you can see on Tata Sky are more than a dozen “devotional” “spiritual” channels which proselytise in their own different ways Will watch some and report on them next week [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 22 2017 3:02 am The BMC’s Mumbai Sewage Disposal Project includes seven STPs with tertiary treatment which could increase the city’s water supply by up to 50 per cent Related News The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation’s (BMC) plan to set up a sewage treatment plant in Malad recently received conditional approval from the Ministry of Environment and Forests which has asked the civic body to plant mangroves on a plot five times the land to be used for the project But the civic body has now written to the MoEF saying such a direction cannot be implemented Civic officials said under the plan the BMC would need to clear only 35 hectares of land for the project and had planned to plant trees on a plot of the same size they had identified in Thane “While we planned to plant trees on a 35-hectare plot the MoEF has asked us to plant mangroves on five times the land we will use which is around 180 hectares The direction is unreasonable as it is difficult to find such a large plot We wrote to the MoEF earlier this week seeking clearance to go ahead with the project” said an official The project has received all other clearances barring the MoEF’s approval and finalisation of discharge norms Civic officials said the project recently received clearance from the forest department and the collector as well “Our sewage already meets the standards prescribed by the Maharashtra Pollution Control Board However for the Malad STP project the discharge norms need to be expanded The delay is due to a lack of consensus between experts We have requested the CM to urge the MoEF to give us the necessary approvals so we can start work on the project” said the official Around 1500 million litres of untreated waste water is dumped into the sea which has adversely impacted the city’s coastline The existing treatment facility is only for preliminary treatment before the sewage collected mostly from Versova and Malad is dumped into the Mahim creek The BMC’s Mumbai Sewage Disposal Project includes seven STPs with tertiary treatment which could increase the city’s water supply by up to 50 per cent The Malad STP which will take around four years to build is expected to generate around 847 million litres of water which is enough to cater to around 35 lakh people living in the area measuring 5483 hectares For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad: Days after raising a banner of revolt against Prime Minister Narendra Modi following BJP’s resounding defeat in Bihar polls party patriarch LK Advani on Sunday said the government is on the right track to bring ‘acche din’ in the country LK Advani AP Talking to reporters after exercising his franchise for the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation election at a polling booth in Khanpur area here he said "I believe that the whole system takes its own time Since the government is going in the right direction I believe that the results will also be good" He was asked whether the Modi government has failed to fulfil its promise of bringing ‘acche din’ (a popular slogan of BJP during 2014 Lok Sabha elections) especially in the wake of recent price rise Voting is underway on Sunday for six municipal corporation polls in the state including Ahmedabad Party veterans Advani Murli Manohar Joshi Shanta Kumar and Yashwant Sinha had issued a strongly-worded statement after the Bihar poll debacle saying that the party has been "emasculated" in the last one year and was being "forced to kow-tow to a handful" To a query on how he sees this election turning out for the ruling party after the Bihar drubbing Advani said BJP has put extra effort to ensure that they win civic body polls "I can say that consciousness of our party has increased (after the Bihar result) All efforts were made here to see that the result comes in our favour And these efforts will be certainly reflected in the result" he said The MP from Gandhinagar said local body polls are as important as the assembly and Lok Sabha elections In the municipal polls this time 50 percent seats have been reserved for women candidates while four candidates from one party per ward are in the fray "I am happy that MPs are also allowed to vote in corporation polls I also learnt that 50 per cent seats are kept reserved for women I was told that I have to press ‘register’ button (on EVM machine) after casting my vote for all four candidates (of one party) As per new system I came here and cast my vote" he said Counting of votes will take place on 2 December PTI 2017 2:03 pm Happy Birthday Johnny Depp: As the actor turns 54, Hollywood introduced us to Johnny Depp in Nightmare on Elm Street and then a new kind of cinema found it’s inception in Hollywood. 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