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Mustafa was diagnosed with high fever and was taken to JJ hospital at 3 am where he was kept under observation.Dossa had earlier informed the special TADA court about his heart problem and said he wanted to undergo a bypass surgery Earlier today JJ Hospital Dean Dr TP Lahane had said: “Dossa is a patient of diabetes and acute hypertension We will observe him over the day and conduct necessary tests He does not require ICU admission” On Tuesday Special Public Prosecutor had sought death sentence for Mustafa Dossa while arguing on the quantum of punishment For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by P Chidambaram | Updated: April 12 2015 1:40 am It took free India 66 years to repeal that Act and pass a law that was vastly superior in terms of fairness and justice to the many stakeholders Related News It is difficult to believe that a government will stake so much — risk of defeat in the Rajya Sabha political capital support of allies the Prime Minister’s time — on a mere land acquisition amendment Bill It is also difficult to believe that the Government has decided to brave farmers’ anger street protests and media criticism to get the amendment Bill passed by Parliament But that is how the story is unfolding Prime Minister Modi is leading the Government’s campaign in support of the Bill to amend the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act 2013 (LARR Act) Mr Venkaiah Naidu Minister of Urban Development gives a byte a day Mr Arun Jaitley Minister of Finance is confrontational one day and conciliatory the next Mr Birender Singh Minister of Rural Development (who will pilot the Bill) is for the most part silent Reports indicate that the RSS and its affiliated organisations are divided on the Bill The old Land Acquisition Act of 1894 was an oppressive and exploitative colonial legislation It took free India 66 years to repeal that Act and pass a law that was vastly superior in terms of fairness and justice to the many stakeholders That the law was passed nearly unanimously with the support of the principal opposition party (BJP) was a tribute to the collective wisdom of Parliament It therefore came as a bolt from the blue that the new Government within six months of coming into office took up amending the LARR Act as one of its priorities The Government advised the President to promulgate an ordinance on the midnight of December 31 2014 I commented on the ordinance in a column that was published in this newspaper on January 18 2015 (Stand up and be counted) My argument was that dispensing with Social Impact Assessment and the ‘consent’ clause in practically every significant case of land acquisition was an assault on the soul of the LARR Act Nine changes in Bill As opposition to the ordinance mounted the Government brought nine changes in the Bill to replace the ordinance The Government’s ministers swore that every concern had been addressed and it was the duty of every patriotic Indian to support the Bill The Bill was passed by the Lok Sabha but faced fierce opposition in the Rajya Sabha In the absence of a replacement Bill passed by both Houses of Parliament the ordinance lapsed on April 5 2015 Playing with high stakes the Government has promulgated an ordinance once again The new ordinance is the old ordinance plus the nine changes The nine changes have been trumpeted as if they were nine steps to nirvana As far as I can recall no minister of the Government has bothered to tell us what these nine changes are I therefore decided to do a clinical dissection of the nine changes and here is what I found Cosmetic and substantive Three changes are cosmetic nothing has been changed In the crucial Section 10A there was an exclusionary clause for “infrastructure and social infrastructure projects” Now the phrase “social infrastructure” has been dropped But the word “infrastructure” remains and the exclusion remains Secondly in Section 24 the word “account” has been replaced by the words “designated account” Thirdly the language of Section 87 has been recast but the requirement of obtaining sanction before a court may take cognisance of an offence is intact Three changes are exhortatory The Government has been told to ensure that only the bare minimum land required for an infrastructure project is acquired The Government has also been directed to prepare and maintain a record of the wasteland it owns And finally the LARR Authority that will hear objections to the land acquisition or to the award of compensation has been required to hold its hearing in the district where the land is located Only three changes may be called substantive: 1 The amendment favouring “private hospitals and private educational institutions” has been dropped 2 In the case of land acquisition for industrial corridors Social Impact Assessment and the ‘consent’ clause will be dispensed with only if land up to 1 km on either side of the corridor is acquired Actually this will complicate matters because two procedures have to be followed in case land up to and beyond one kilometre is acquired 3 Section 31 sub-section (2) clause (h) has been amended to require that the award shall include particulars of mandatory employment to at least one member of each affected family This is an improvement upon existing clause (h) and makes explicit what was earlier implicit Core objection remains We may welcome the three substantive changes but what about the core objection to the attempt to re-write a law that came into force only on September 26 2013 The soul of the LARR Act is Social Impact Assessment The protection for the landowner (invariably a small landowner) is in obtaining the consent of 70 per cent or 80 per cent of the affected families The Government has made it clear that it cares little for these provisions and is happy to throw them overboard Those who stood up to be counted must stand firm Those who gave the Government the benefit of doubt must now stand up and be counted For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arushi Jain | New Delhi | Updated: February 17 2017 2:35 pm Badrinath Ki Dulhania song Humsafar: Our onscreen Badri (Varun Dhawan) and Vaidehi (Alia Bhatt) are now taking us on a blissful journey with their recently released song Related News Badrinath Ki Dulhania’s lead pair Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt made you pull out your dancing shoes with foot tapping title track “Badri ki Dulhania” and rehashed version of the 90s song “Tamma Tamma Again” Our onscreen Badri and Vaidehi are now taking uson a blissful journey with their recently released song “Humsafar” Dharma Productions’ latest offering Badrinath Ki Dulhania has everything that makes a perfect Bollywood masala film with a special tadka of peppy dance numbers and ear warming love ballads And “Humsafar” is a pleasant gift The latest song is quite a relief for music lovers who have been waiting for an original soulful composition from our Bollywood music composers instead of picking one from their own library The soft number is composed sung and written by Akhil Sachdeva Unlike the previously released two songs this one is not being interrupted by a Baadshah rap too Watch| Badrinath Ki Dulhania Song Hamsafar The adorable on-screen chemistry between Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt will definitely leave a mark on the hearts of their fans The off-screen camaraderie shared by the two reflects well in their on-screen performance While the previous dance numbers unfurled the comic and fun side of the movie the new song gives a sneak peek into the soul of the film More from the world of Entertainment: But with the music album of the film already out Akhil’s “Humsafar” ranks much behind the other tracks Arijit Singh’s “Roke Na Ruke Naina” another romantic number has outdone “Humsafar” for the obvious reason of the singer’s brilliant voice in it Watch| Badrinath Ki Dulhania song Tamma Tamma Watch| Badrinath Ki Dulhania title track Promoting the song “Humsafar” on his social media account Varun Dhawan wrote “One of my favourite songs in the album We all need a humsafar in our journey” Alia also took to Instagram and wrote “Time for some love!! known for his aggressive style of play.

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