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Ajit Singh in a fix
awaits meeting with amit shah
How did the talks break down between Ajit Singh and Nitish Kumar? A few days ago, when KC Tyagi went to meet Kumar in Patna with Ajit’s son Jayant, the Bihar CM played a big political move and told Jayant that if his father wanted to merge his party with JD(U), the latter was ready to launch Jayant as its chief ministerial candidate in UP. Sources say, Jayant said this was a conversation for a later stage. He, on the contrary, wanted to know whether the JD(U) was ready to give his father a Rajya Sabha seat this time? Kumar said it was not possible this time, but he can promise a Rajya Sabha seat for Ajit next year. Jayant then spoke to his father. Ajit told his naïve son that in politics, the deal was always instant. And, so the communication snapped between JD(U) and Ajit. Being an experienced politician, Ajit sent feelers to BJP chief Amit Shah and planned for a meeting. This news spread to Muzaffarnagar and big group of supporters came to meet Ajit, who briefed his supporters saying that it wasn’t he who went to the BJP, but it was the BJP’s top leadership that came to meet him. One worker asked, “Choudhary sahib, how many seats will the BJP give us in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections?” Ajit admonished the worker and told him not to see so far into the future, and that they will decide on things only after sensing which way the wind is blowing at that time. Reportedly, central minister for state Sanjiv Baliyan told this to Shah, who was extremely upset. He cancelled the meeting with Ajit and Jayant, and sent a message that the meeting will take place in May, after the results for the Assembly elections are out. g

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Doordarshan episode
The Doordarshan saga seems unending. Now a Member of Parliament has complained against Jawhar Sircar, CEO Prasar Bharati, for treating the Standing Committee of Parliament on IT not only lightly, but with a preconceived aim to humiliate the august body by deputing someone who had no idea of media. In a strong worded letter to the I&B Minister, DK Suresh, MP, has blamed Sircar for sending Ms Inderjeet Kaur, an officer on deputation to the organisation and not conversant with media, thereby downgrading the importance of the Standing Committee. The letter alleges that the CEO demeaned the status of the parliamentary committee by sending an ignorant officer, who failed to answer queries put by MPs. The meeting was held at Port Blair from February 11-13, 2016. The MP wondered why the incompetent officer was imposed at the last minute when the entire arrangements were made for Dr Mahesh Joshi, Additional DG–South, and a known media professional. The letter blames Sircar by name and holds him responsible for taking an improper step. It is learnt that during the next meeting of the Standing Committee on IT, the CEO along with Ms Kaur and Dr Joshi would be asked to appear. Ministry sources also confirm that Sircar has failed to deliver and one often finds him embroiled in controversies. Ms Kaur, it should be recalled, was inducted fraudulently by this CEO for a term ending in 2018. The moment this matter became public, sources confirmed that a shaken Ms Kaur got herself relieved from Prasar Bharati and joined her parent cadre in a hurry. Why do most CEOs in Prasar Bharati get mauled in ignominy and shame? Is it really a jinxed assignment or do conceited bureaucrats fall flat after getting exposed to the realities of performance and accountability?g

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The man behind Nitish
aiming for the top post
The actual strategist behind the success of Nitish Kumar is RCP Singh and not Prashant Kishore, as is widely believed. The Grand Alliance in Bihar was Singh’s idea. The schemes and promises that paid Kumar the maximum electoral dividends were devised and discussed among the top leadership of Bihar by Singh, including giving cycles to, and making education compulsory for girls, ensuring women empowerment, promising a ban on liquor once he became CM, and so on. Kishore is a technocrat who just implemented what he was instructed to do. Singh, a 1984 batch IAS officer from the UP cadre, but originally from Bihar, took voluntary retirement from the civil services in 2010 to work with Kumar. A Rajya Sabha member, he is one of Kumar’s main pillars of strength and is all set to be re-nominated to the Upper House. Out of the two vacancies that the JD(U) will have in June, one seat will go to Singh and the other may go to Sharad Yadav. Singh is now working hard towards making Nitish Kumar the Prime Minister in 2019. g

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Subhash’s Mission RS
hitching a bicycle ride
SUBHASH Chandra, the proprietor of Zee TV, has received only disappointment at the hands of the BJP. Maybe that is the reason why he is now a part of the Mulayam durbar’s nine ratnas. Sources say the BJP leadership had promised the media mogul that he would be given a Rajya Sabha seat from the Haryana quota. When that didn’t happen, Chandra went to meet Mulayam with the help of his now dear friend, Amar Singh. With Singh’s assistance, Chandra’s meeting with Mulayam was quite satisfactory. Akhilesh Yadav, Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, also spoke to Chandra. Thereafter, Chandra and Singh jointly hosted the reception party of Mulayam’s younger brother Shivpal Singh Yadav’s son, in Delhi. Initially, it was thought that the reception would be hosted at Singh’s 10-acre farm in Mehrauli. But later, the venue was changed to Bhagwan Dass Road. To make the occasion really special, Singh had invited the President, Prime Minister and several Cabinet ministers; several noted film personalities were also invited. But, as was expected from Delhi’s power circles that move with the wind, nobody turned up except Sridevi-Boney Kapoor, and Jaya Prada. Akhilesh was at the programme for a fairly long time and he too identified with the feelings of other guests that the two hosts were trying to hitch a ride on the bicycle to reach the Upper House of Parliament. g

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Stay inspired
THE market has witnessed a sharp rally post budget with fundamentals of the economy showing distinct signs of improvement. Declining inflation, rising IIP and prospects of a good monsoon further bolsters the expectation of good days ahead. The economy is showing signs of cyclical recovery as well with growth in power generation, demand in cement and petroleum products, automobiles and so on.

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Heart-to-heart
meeting up with rahul
THE Congress Party is worried that the media has been hypnotised by the BJP. The party has a big media set-up, but it lacks leaders who can talk, motivate and present issues before the media. Rahul remains their only hope. Rahul’s secretariat is in action; he has been meeting journalists across India for the last three months. Randip Singh Surjewala and Ajay Maken selectively choose the journalists. The selection is based on the feedback of State leaders, or monitoring of byline stories. One can say that the first round of discussion has been planned with journalists who are generally Congress sympathisers or loyalists. Each journalist is briefed that the discussion with Rahul is strictly off the record. Rahul opens his heart before the journalist in the one-and-a-half hour meeting. He informs journalists where and with whom he goes to see movies. Issues about the entry of Priyanka Gandhi into politics are also discussed. Rahul meets every journalist, shakes hands and if he finds someone impressive, notes down his number also. In one such session, Rahul disclosed that most of the people welfare schemes were drawn with the help of industrialists, saying that rich and poor both have to grow. He disclosed that now industrialists have come and revealed that they were promised the moon during the 2014 elections by Modi, but the action is far from reality. Most journalists are happy when they come out for one reason alone: the inaccessible Rahul met them. Nobody is clear about the results of such interactions as Rahul does not discuss any roadmap for the development of India. Unless there is an agenda, no amount of interaction will help the Congress. Is Rahul listening? g

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Door to divinity
The unfortunate fallout of the colonial experience is the attitude of scorn that persists in certain minds towards the worship of idols or forms. The view that this is rudimentary and archaic overlooks the deep psychological wisdom that underlies the phenomenon.

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Uneasy truce
WHEN Amit Shah was handpicked by Modi as the party chief, many applauded the move. Part of the credit for Modi’s landslide win was vouchsafed to Amit’s smart electoral strategy. And rightly so. No one can deny that the unprecedented victory of the BJP was the handiwork of these two individuals.

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Unlocking wealth
PRESIDENT Pranab Mukherjee gave away the 7th SCOPE Excellence Awards in a function jointly organised by the Standing Conference of Public Enterprises (SCOPE) and the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), in New Delhi.

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