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By refusing to intervene through the governor or a trust vote to pull the plug on the BJP government even when its numbers in the Assembly fell from 117 to 105 in January this year following the exit of 12 B S Yeddyurappa men, The 2004 speech that vaulted Obama into the White House soon after he breezed into town turned out to be wrong. But despite the tension in bilateral ties,Muniruzzaman said that Bangladesh has been showing a lot of diplomatic maturity to resolve the crisis Nevertheless the refugee crisis will impact the future of theBCIM (Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar) economic corridor project The 2800-kilometre corridor will connect Kunming and Kolkata while passing through Mandalay in Myanmar and Dhaka in Bangladesh "There will be a short-term impact on the multilateral project But I hope that in the long-run economic ties between the two countries as well as the implementation of the economic corridor will be on track" the BIPSS president said The Indian government had called Rohingya refugees a "security threat" but Muniruzzaman saidit’s purely an "internal perception" in India and that New Delhi has been providing humanitarian assistance to Dhaka for resolving the crisis "It is purely an internal perception in India I don’t think it puts any additional refugee burden on us" he said when asked how India’s anti-Rohingya stance impacts Bangladesh India-Bangladesh ties: The way ahead Bangladesh is a vital cog for both India and China both of whom have biggeopolitical aspirations of being among the region’s economic superpowers Both countries have pursued foreign policy goals while keeping Bangladesh in mind While Dhaka is part of New Delhi’s "neighbourhood first policy" it is also a participant in China’s ambitious 29-nation One Belt One Road (OBOR) project Muniruzzaman denied that India’s ties with Bangladesh will be impacted by the China-backed OBOR project saying "OBOR will certainly help boost ties between China and Bangladesh But I do not think this will negatively impact our deep-rooted ties with India with whom we are bound through history and civilisation" Welcoming Sushma Swaraj’s statement that all"irritants" in bilateral tieswill be addressed at the earliest the BIPSS president said that all outstanding issues including the Teesta water agreement can be resolved in a friendly and amicable manner "We were able to resolve bigger issues like the land andmaritime boundary disputes So I have great faith since the Indian foreign minister alsosaid ‘irritants’ can be solved" he said Stating that New Delhi and Dhaka now share an "excellent relationship" Muniruzzaman who was on a week-long tour of India added "Under Narendra Modi there has been a tremendous boost in our relationship We have also resolved many long-standing issues in these three years" Muniruzzaman believed the security cooperation between the two countries is a "shining example" to the world "We share excellent ties in counter-terrorism coordination intelligence sharing and using best practices in the security arena" he said Claiming that there is "great scope" for deeper economic ties between the two countries Muniruzzaman said that bilateral trade volumes can potentially rise in the coming years owing to a common border and a good amount of connectivity between the two "I believe we can have cooperation in the energy sector due to the common geography that we share I see there has been some beginning in the sector but it’s still at anascent stage" he added Support for demonetisation has considerably waned after a year indicated an opinion poll conducted by C-Voter Last year as many as 80 percent Indian respondents thought the inconvenience caused by demonetisation was worth the effort for fighting black money A year later this figure has gone down to 65 percent Last year just about every fourth Indian was finding it difficult to manage day-to-day life because of demonetisation That number has reduced slightly with around 15 percent of Indians saying the same But if you add 25 percent of those who say that the problems have been ‘huge’ but they will somehow ‘manage’ you get a staggering number of 40 percent stating that they went through considerable hardship after the drive to ban old notes of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 denominations was announced on 8 November 2016 At the time it was just one in four respondents that began feeling the heat; all of a sudden the narrative changed with every second Indian showing unhappiness over demonetisation There was "discomfort" to this extent for sure but somehow it did not translate to "unhappiness" on the same scale and to the same extent If there could be one single explanation for this intriguing finding it must be the unparalleled level of personal rapport and support that Prime Minister Narendra Modi carries with the Indian public at large C-Voter Tracking Poll On Demonetisation Infogram Follow all the LIVE updates here Ample public support for the prime minister was displayed last year when 82 percent respondents opposed the "Bharat Bandh" call by the Opposition in the second week after demonetisation was announced Back then the prime minister’s strategy to call into question the Opposition’s morals had also borne fruit with 78 percent of respondents agreeing with his statement regarding the Opposition not getting enough time to manage their respective personal stashes Last year 52 percent said that Modi’s popularity had increased after his decision of demonetisation but this figure has come down to only 43 percent In other words people "unhappy" with the prime minister on this issue jumped from around 17 percent last year to 32 percent at the time of writing Last year in stark contrast to very high approval rates for other questions around 66 percent of respondents deemed the execution of the scheme to be good This year it came down to 51 percent of the respondents Still 15 percent stated that it was a "good idea that was poorly implemented" But the real worry for this government should come from the fact that the five percent of Indians who had said it was a "bad idea that was poorly implemented" last year has ballooned to 25 percent of respondents In other words last year just a handful had said that it was a "bad" idea but within a year every fourth Indian is openly saying that it was a bad idea poorly implemented I am sure these numbers are not going to please the decision-makers However the saving grace is the goodwill that Modi enjoys with the people Last year only 45 percent said they would support this exercise "no matter what" This year that number has actually gone up to 62 percent who said they would still support demonetisation "no matter what" The process itself might have brought hardship to scores of people but they are still willing to take it on the chin and move forward purely because they don’t doubt the intent of the exercise against black money But at the same time the response to the question "Whom do you think demonetisation is hurting more" delivers uncomfortable statistics A majority of respondents believe the poor are hurt more than the rich due to this exercise A year ago this sentiment was split Equally Today only 35 percent of respondents believe that the rich are hurt the most while 49 percent believe that it is the poor who are hurt the most by demonetisation It is paradoxical that politically it should have hurt the electoral prospects of the BJP when this perception grew as the heavy hand of the State was supposed to fall disproportionately on the ill-gotten riches of the corrupt and not the poor But the electoral verdicts after demonetisation have gone in favour of the BJP This only underlines that the trust the prime minister enjoys among the voters has carried over to the BJP Nothing more nothing less But as mentioned earlier it takes only one in three angry Indians to push this narrative upside down People have been waiting for a long time for some "Big Daddies" of corruption to get behind the bars Last year almost 84 percent said that there should be no roll-back This underlined support for the cause But in absence of some big ticket prosecution this number has gone down to 67 percent at the time of writing File image of serpentine queues for banks after the announcement of the note ban PTI So massive was the support for the cause and goodwill for the prime minister that last year almost 50 percent said the country’s economy will weaken for some period but it will be beneficial in the long run due to demonetisation Add to this 20 percent who say the country’s economy is benefiting at present and will continue to benefit and you have a massive 70 percent of Indians optimistic about the future at large This optimism has slightly depleted and reduced to 62 percent and the pessimist voices have gone up from around 11 percent to 20 percent citing depression and doomsday scenarios But the optimism stays intact with the fact that more than two-thirds of Indians believe that all this hardship and inconvenience was worth every penny in the fight against corruption Demonetisation was never a "just" economic or financial exercise The poor of India strongly associate with causes of social justice and for them it has been a lifelong dream to see the untied/unaccountable brought to justice There has been a political opportunity and challenge for Modi in turning the "caste-based" electoral equation to a broader "class-based" electoral equation The have-nots did suffer due to the exercise but it seems they were used to much worse suffering It’s likely that the honest have-nots are taking more pleasure in the perceived suffering of the corrupt "haves" That might explain the electoral outcomes defying the laws of gravity The author is an international election observer and founder of C-Voter He [email protected] By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: July 17 2017 7:17 pm Ranbir Kapoor had started shooting for Jagga Jasoos when AbRam was just born Related News Ranbir Kapoor recently promoted Jagga Jasoos in one of the videos of the All India Bakchod While talking about success failure nepotism and his role as a producer in the video he also shared a cute connection with Shah Rukh Khan’s youngest kid AbRam Jagga Jasoos took moore than three years to be completed “Actually the inside joke was AbRam was born when the time we started the shooting of the film so we were counting the time by his age” he told the four comedians The actor also revealed that he often lied to people when he was shooting for the film When people would ask him he would tell them that he was shooting for Tamasha Bombay Velvet but hardly mentioned Jagga Jasoos in case the people misunderstood him “Whenever I was shooting for Jagga Jasoos I used to never tell people that I am shooting for a different film because I was tired of explaining about the delay I can’t really defend the film every time So I was like I am doing Tamasha some patch work and etc,2006, 2013 4:43 am Related News HOURS after they allegedly kidnapped the cleaner of a truck, said that an inquiry would be conducted by the Education Department into the matter. “As per primary information.

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