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Sumitra Mahajan elected Lok Sabha speaker

New Delhi, June 6, 2014,

Eight-term member Sumitra Mahajan was on Friday unanimously elected Speaker of the 16th Lok Sabha, becoming the second woman presiding officer of the Lower House after her predecessor Meira Kumar.

71-year-old Mahajan, the longest-serving woman MP, was elected after a motion moved by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and seconded by BJP veteran L K Advani was adopted by voice vote called by Protem Speaker Kamal Nath.

13 similar motions proposed and seconded by several parties in the ruling NDA as also in the opposition supporting Mahajan were also approved by the House.

Mahajan was led to the Speaker’s Chair by the Prime Minister, Advani, Anant Geete, M Thambidurai as also a number of opposition leaders including Mallikarjun Kharge, Mulayam Singh Yadav and Sudip Bandyopadhyay, besides Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu.

Born on April 12, 1943 in Chiplun of Ratnagiri district in Maharashtra, Ms. Mahajan became a municipal corporator in 1982. Starting her political life at the age of 39, Mahajan became the deputy mayor and then an MP from Indore in Madhya Pradesh. She was a Minister of State in the Atal Behari Vajpayee cabinet from 1999 to 2004, holding different portfolios of Human Resources, Communications and IT and Petroleum and Natural Gas.

A lawyer-turned-politician, Ms. Mahajan is known for her trademark simplicity, honesty and clean image besides her impeccable winning record at the hustings.

An active parliamentarian, she has not only headed important committees, but has also been a keen debater and avid questioner inside the House, often seen putting ministers on the mat with her calm but firm interventions.

The mild-mannered Mahajan has over the years emerged as a force to reckon with in Indore where she never lost since she first became an MP in 1989 and a generation of opposition leaders have been waiting to trounce her.

She, however, had lost the Indore Assembly election thrice before becoming an MP.

Ms. Mahajan won her Lok Sabha seat for the eighth consecutive time in this election by an impressive margin of 4.67 lakh votes.

Within the BJP, Ms. Mahajan has grown from being President of the BJP Mahila Morcha in Madhya Pradesh in 1990 to being the national general secretary in 1998.

Seven hurt in group clash inside Golden Temple

Amritsar, June 6, 2014,

At least seven people, including a child, were injured in a clash between task force volunteers of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) and radical Sikh activists on Friday on the 30th anniversary of the army’s Operation Bluestar at the Sikh shrine complex in Amristar.

Swords and sticks were openly used as scores of men from both sides chased each other outside the Akal Takht building inside the complex, which is home to the holiest of Sikh shrines – ‘Harmandar Sahib’. Eyewitnesses said the clash occurred when activists of the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) were stopped by the SGPC task force volunteers from brandishing swords and other traditional weapons and raising pro-Khalistan slogans inside the complex.

This led to a clash between both sides just after the religious ceremony to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Operation Bluestar had ended on Friday morning. Tension continued to prevail inside the shrine complex. Even media personnel were manhandled during the incident.

No uniformed police personnel were present inside the complex to intervene in or prevent the clash.

Top SGPC functionaries, including its president Avtar Singh Makkar, and Akal Takht Jathedar Gurbachan Singh were present inside the complex when the incident took place.

Heavily armed terrorists, led by separatist leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, were flushed out of the Golden Temple complex by the Indian Army in its Operation Bluestar in June 1984. The then prime minister Indira Gandhi had ordered the army operation.

Karnataka opposes Centre’s move to set up Cauvery Management Board

BANGALORE, June 6, 2014,

Karnataka government on Friday strongly opposed the Centre’s initiative on setting up a Cauvery Management Board to ensure the implementation of the award of the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal on water sharing among Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry.

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah objected the formation of the board on the ground that the appeals on the award were pending before the Supreme Court.

The Chief Minister said he has sought an appointment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on June 10 to explain to him the State’s stance on the constitution of the Board.

Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of a function organised to lay the foundation stone for a statue of the Mahatma Gandhi on the State Secretariat premises, Mr Siddaramaiah said a meeting of the floor leaders of the State legislature would be convened on June 9 to discuss the issues related to setting up of the Board.

"I read a news report in South Indian Crime Point that centre was moving expeditiously on the water-related demands raised by Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. It also circulated a draft Cabinet note to ministry concerned," the Chief Minister said.

Mr. Siddaramaiah said he had written to four Union Ministers from Karnataka – Railway Minister D V Sadananda Gowda, Chemicals and Fertilizers Minister Ananth Kumar, Urban Development, Housing and Poverty Alleviation Minister Venkaiah Naidu and Minister of State for Civil Aviation G M Siddeshwar – explaining the State’s stance on the Cauvery issue and requested them to take up steps to protect the water interests of the State.

Mr. Siddaramaiah said setting up of the Board would adversely affect the State’s interest, particularly supply of drinking water to Bangalore City. The Tamil Nadu Government has field an interlocutory application in the Supreme Court seeking constitution of the Board, he said.

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