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Ballymun, 2016 1:28 pm Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Top News Amid rumblings in RSS’s Goa unit following the ouster of its chief Subhash Velingkar, These mice have puzzled scientists ever since.told a conference in Seoul that Psy would pass Bieber on YouTube’s most-watched list in about a month. 40% to 80% discount on festive wear, Rivasi claims, Minister of State for Home RPN Singh said as per reports available,the central government closely monitors the situation and issues advisories to the Left Wing Extremism – affected state governments to keep a check on such activities, he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Srinagar | Published: May 2 2013 5:39 pm Related News Online threats and pressure from religious and radical groups forced the Kashmir Valley’s first all-girls rock band to disband but it has not dampened the spirits of many among the fairer sexwho want to pursue a career in music and singing This was evident from the fact that as many 10 girls out of 25 singers made it to the finale of ‘Choona Hai Aasmaan’ (Reach the sky) Season Three held here today “We are not worried about the threats (issued by religious and other groups) Singing is my passion and I will sing whenever I get a chance” Sabiya Shahone of the contestants who made it to the finalesaid The sizeable participation of girls in the singing talent hunt competition comes less than three months after ‘Pragaash’ (light)the first all-girls rock band of Kashmirwas forced to disband The 10th-class students vocalist-guitarist Noma Nazirdrummer Farah Deeba and guitarist Aneeka Khalid had formed the band and performed in December last year with a scintillating performance at the annual ‘Battle of the Bands’ competition here and won the best performance award in their first public appearance Howeverwithin days after their performancethe band started receiving online threats and absurd comments which was followed up with a ‘fatwa’ (religious decree) issued by Grand Mufti Bashiruddin Ahmad The girls decided not to sing in the wake of Mufti’s decree Sabreeka Nabi and Kulsooma Gultwo other female participants in today’s competitionsaid they were not feeling insecure in view of what happened to ‘Pragaash’ “Music and singing is a way of expressing someone’s talent I do not think anyone should have problems with it” Sabreeka said The two girlshoweverrefused to comment on the ‘fatwa’ issued by the Grand Muftiwho had termed singing as “unIslamic” ‘Choona hai Aasman’ is a talent hunt programme run by Jammu and Kashmir police as part of its civic action plan Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir Abdul Gani Mir said the youth of the Valley had been through a lot of disturbances during the last two decades “We want to provide them opportunities to express themselvesnot only in the field of musicbut in arts and sports as well” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Editorial | Published: October 27 2016 1:06 am Top News The systematic burning down of schools in Kashmir has been among the least noticed of the violent incidents in the Valley in this year’s unrest As reported in this paper as many as 19 schools have been set on fire many of them in south Kashmir No one has claimed responsibility for these acts of arson and the police have not arrested anyone so far The question to ask is: Who benefits fromthis destruction There might be different beneficiaries but the overarching reason appears to be an effort to prevent the school system from being put back on the rails again The reopening of schools would be a sign of returning normalcy All Kashmir schoolshave been shut since the start of the troubles in July on the dictates of the separatists but the recent announcement of an examination schedule for classes 10 and 12 has caused widespread resentment If the targeting of schools is indeed a deliberate plan to create another “lost generation” in Kashmir it is Kashmiris who stand to lose the most An estimated 5000 children studied in these schools When the schools are allowed to reopen eventually it means that many children of all ages have no schools to go to till such time as the buildings are not repaired That could take months or even a year or more During the 1990s when militancy was at a peak in Kashmir there were those who quit school to take to the gun and others who wanted to study but could not because of the situation that prevailed then which was far worse and more ominous than today Then too hundreds of schools were burnt Some students were fortunate enough to leave the Valley and study elsewhere A vast majority however could not It has taken a long time to rebuild those village schools and the after-effects of those “gap years” are being felt to the present day by the people of Kashmir At a time when among the attributes of the new age Kashmiri militant are his high educational qualifications it is ironic that schools and education should yet again become targets The right to education is a universal human right In conflict situations this is among the many human rights that get trampled on but the one that gets the least importance because the victims are underage and powerless to assert this right For their part the state government and the Centre must ensure that no school even if it is empty at the moment is used to accommodate security forces thus making it a target of militants For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News “As I read the list of disciplined moral theologians not to mention the lists of those investigated since Vatican II I wonder if the climate for theological creativity is not being stifled” So said Jesuit theologian Jim Corkery in Haddington Rd church on Thursday 11 October In a lecture entitled ‘Speak Freely – But Watch Your Back’: Dissent and Dissenters in the Catholic Church Today’ he went on to say “On those lists are found just about every name you would associate with giftedness in theology today” He referred to the recent disturbing cases of Irish thelogians and also spoke in particular about the doctrinal investigation of the writings of Sr Professor Elizabeth Johnson in the USA – “She taught me theology as a postgraduate student and gave me a feel for the breadth and richness of the Christian tradition second to none” Noting that he had read her ‘offending’ book from cover to cover he added “I cannot see where it dissents from the faith of the Church” He acknowledged from the outset that the title of his talk was provocative but more deeply it was “a recognition that the topic has a political edge since authority power and the capacity to make judgements about people’s writings – judgements that can have severe consequences – belong to it” Drawing on Jesuit theologians Rahner and Lonergan he outlined the invaluable role theology plays in the life of the Church the people of God Theology seeks to mediate between a religion and a culture (Lonergan) and “this is a complex hermeneutically-demanding and creative exerecise that is indispensable to the survival and well-being of the Christian faith” All the more worrying then he believes that the number of investigations against theologians should have increased so much (in Ireland as in other countries) and in a manner widely acknowledged as falling short of the rights of those involved and of contemporary norms of justice and indeed of Christian charity Professor Corkery also quoted some reflections of Canon Lawyer James A Coriden concerning the Church’s procedures for investigating theologians “…we are all in this together; thelogians bishops and all baptized believers The Church’s canons remind us that we are all members of the Christian faithful sharers in Christ’s own prophetic function… In other words we are all on the same team engaged in a common enterprise not on opposing sides” Accepting that this was the case and that this was a profound and challenging journey when difficulties and even disagreements would arise the question then arises says Jim Corkery – “Has our oneness been lost sight of so that we have become strangers and adversaries to one another” Since it would appear that this is so then action must be taken to restore lost unity and let the Spirit speak through the whole Church the whole magisterium – Pope bishops theologians and the people of God (sensus fidelium) In short”we must retrieve the communio vision of Lumen Gentium with all its mutualities to heal and help us” The full text of Jim Corkery’s lecture will be published at a later date

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