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The influence and success of the Israel lobby in American politics should not mean that anti-Semitism has disappeared in the US It is as much present now as is racismthough not in the blatant manner it used to be before World War IIandjudged by what appears in the Urdu journals of India and Pakistanstill is among much of the Muslim population in South Asia The writer is professor emeritusSouth Asian Languages and CivilisationsUniversity of Chicago For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 12 2017 2:10 am Top News A 25-year-old woman has been arrested for allegedly blackmailing people by threatening to file cases of rape against them Two more people have been arrested in connection with the case for allegedly helping the woman Probe has been launched to nab two more persons from the same gang said police Police said the woman has performed in the re-enactments of criminal cases in a popular TV programme She along with her accomplices Ravindra Shirsat (45) and Maya Sawant (50) was detained by Bhosari police when they had come to file a complaint on July 8 Officials became suspicious after their versions of the same story were inconsistent Senior Inspector Dilip Kulkarni of Bhosari police station said “The probe has revealed that these suspects used to first collect information about their targets Then they would contact them on the phone After making acquaintance the accused used to start blackmailing the victims for money We have arrested three persons so far and search is on for two others” Police have urged local residents to come forward if they have been blackmailed by the gang “She has now told us that she had acted in a crime-related TV show in the past We suspect the gang had duped several people in the same manner” said an official For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Greater Noida | Published: September 18 2017 1:28 am Following the complaint a case was filed at the Dhankaur police station under sections 498A (dowry) 302 (murder) of the IPC against Krishna his father Mahipal mother Sarala sister Pinki and uncle Rakesh (Representational Image) Top News A day after a 30-year-old woman was found dead in Dhankaur area of Greater Noida police have lodged a case of dowry death A senior police officer said “The woman Meena was found hanging from one of the beams in the house around 330 pm Saturday” Her father Virendra Singh Sunday filed a police complaint alleging that his daughter had been killed by her husband Krishna “He alleged that his daughter was being tortured by her husband and in-laws and they were demanding a dowry of Rs 10 lakh” added the officer Meena who got married on May 12 2009 also has a seven-year-old daughter “At the time of the incident her daughter was in school There are no witnesses and we are speaking to people to understand what exactly happened” added the officer A cream-coloured sari was found tied around the woman’s neck and a plastic chair and her slippers were recovered from the spot police said “After the post-mortem report it will be clearer as to how she died” added the officer Following the complaint a case was filed at the Dhankaur police station under sections 498A (dowry) 302 (murder) of the IPC against Krishna his father Mahipal mother Sarala sister Pinki and uncle Rakesh Nobody has been arrested so far The last such incident was reported in the last week of August when a 28-year-old woman was allegedly set ablaze over dowry demands at Neemka village in Gautam Buddh Nagar For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pupul Dutta Prasad | Published: August 27 2012 1:13 am Related News The aftermath of violence saw instances of individual couragebut no comprehensive conflict resolution mechanism The recent violence in Assam has left behind a trail of human tragedies Howevereven in such terrible circumstancesthere are people who display outstanding couragecare and compassion in helping others in need If it had not been for themthe situation could easily have been worse The contribution of such people is valuable beyond words Howeverthe bitter truth is that it is never going to be enough in an environment that boils over with feelings of violent angerhostility and revengeand does so every few years As part of a team from the National Human Rights Commission visiting the violence-affected districts of AssamI came face to face with more than one instance of good people doing great work Ironic though it may seemit only convinced me that if the beautiful land of Assam is to be saved from recurrent violencethe goodness of the non-violent alone cannot be counted on In the relief camps at Bengtal in Chirang districtthe people told me their painful personal stories andquite surprisinglykept tears in check while doing so But the tears rolled down uncontrollably when they spoke of a local police officer and how he had saved the lives of so many of themfacing gunfire from attackers as he did so A Bodo himselfthe police officer had risked his life in an extraordinary response to the call of duty and saved the lives of many Muslims He had become a heroand those tearful faces said it all A Bodo family of five in Kokrajhar owed their lives to their neighbourssome of them from the Koch Rajbongshi community and others Muslimwho stood guard against attackers who had descended on their home The attackers were driven awayleaving the family untouched These are only a few among many inspiring examples of individual and collective action by people in defence of fellow human beings They lift the pall of gloom that has fallen in the wake of the violence and hold out hope for humanity They are also the best antidote to rumours aimed at dividing people in the name of community and religion These storiesthereforemust be told again and again What is most remarkable about the above instances is that the people who have acted so commendably do not even think much of their efforts They just did it because it was the most natural thing for them to do It is the syncretic fabric of society in Assam and the unassuming nature of people from the Northeast that enables such selfless and self-effacing responses That incidents of violence should occur in a place populated by so many generous and warmhearted people is all the more devastating Howevertensions can arise even in the most integrated and homogenous of societies So if there are tensions in a state diverse in ethnicityculture and religionit is not a matter of surprise The most serious point of concern is that violence can be so flagrantly resorted to in misconceived attempts to resolve these tensions It only shows that conflict resolution mechanisms either do not exist or that they do not function properly In this contextconflict resolution mechanisms exist more at the macro-level than at the micro It is not that those at the micro-level are not important They perform the very important function of fostering good neighbourly relationsamong other things Howeverthere is only so much that a peace committee or a village council can achieveespecially when suddenly pressed into action by a deputy commissioner or a superintendent of police during times of violence Even the limited mandate that a well-meaning local group can serve is jeopardised if the larger issues that threaten societal harmony continue to fester due to the lack of comprehensive responses The situation in Assam is multi-layered and complex Any efforthowever well-intentionedto attribute the violent clashes to a single factor is fraught with problems A viable conflict resolution mechanism fashioned must grapple with all the contentious issues if it is to have a genuine chance of success Nobody comes out well from these tragediesleast of all the perpetrators themselves No good can resultno cause is served when innocent people die bloody deaths and homes are destroyed Perhapsthe only consolation lies in the fact that our faith in humanity is reaffirmed by the heroic deeds of many among us Goodness of the human heart does triumph in the end Howeverthat goodness also requires the ballast of supportive conflict resolution mechanisms The writer is senior superintendent of policeNational Human Rights Commission For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News
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