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Karnataka develops tool to nix name mismatch issue for Aadhaar seeding - Deccan Herald

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Karnataka develops tool to nix name mismatch issue for Aadhaar seeding
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The tool was developed as part of Karnataka's effort to make Aadhaar the base for delivery of citizen services. "The biggest hurdle in seeding documents with Aadhaar is that names don't match on both Aadhaar and a particular document. The name-matching ...

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Indira Gandhi fought for secularism, against forces looking to divide India: Sonia Gandhi

Bangalore - DNA - 3 hours 31 min ago

 On the birth centenary of Indira Gandhi, Congress President Sonia Gandhi today described her as a prime minister for whom there was only one religion -- that all Indians were equal children of the motherland.

The Congress president said Indira Gandhi was "one of the greatest" as she fought for secularism and against all those forces seeking to divide the people on the lines of religion and caste. "For her, as the prime minister, there was one religion, a sacred creed passionately held -- that all Indians were equal children of the motherland," Sonia Gandhi said at a function at 1, Safdarjung Road, the official residence of the former prime minister.
The former prime minister fought not for her personal ascendancy but for her principles and against vested interests, the Congress president said.

"She fought for secularism, against all those forces seeking to divide the Indian people on lines of religion and caste. She gloried in the rich diversity of India, its profound democratic and secular values," Sonia Gandhi said. The Congress chief, who along with former president Pranab Mukherjee and ex-prime minister Manmohan Singh, was present at the event, said Indira Gandhi fought for the poor and the weak wherever they were being oppressed and denied their rights and toiled for their material well-being.

"I have heard Indiraji being referred to as the 'Iron Lady'. But iron was only one of the elements in her character; generosity and humanity were just as prominent traits," Sonia Gandhi said. "She fought, yes -- but not for personal ascendancy. She fought for her principles, against vested interests and agendas. She could not tolerate any form of bullying, coercion and unfairness. That was fundamental to her character. That is what inspired her in all her battles - those she took on and those that she faced," the Congress president said.

At the event, Manmohan Singh unveiled a special catalogue on Indira Gandhi, bringing out her fond memories. On the occasion, an exhibition on the former prime minister titled 'A Life of Courage' was organised by the Indira Gandhi Memorial Trust. Sonia Gandhi said in the 16 years that were given to Indira Gandhi to lead the country, she had to confront many challenges, from the endemic problems of combating poverty and inequality to the critical ones of war and terrorism.

She faced them all with courage, fortified by her dedication to making India strong, united and prosperous. In all her efforts she was sustained by the faith reposed in her by her fellow countrymen and women, the Congress president said. Indira Gandhi, the first woman prime minister of the country, was born on this day in 1917 in Uttar Pradesh's Allahabad. 

ReportIndiaPTINew DelhiSun, 19 Nov 2017-07:22pmDate updated: Sunday, 19 November 2017 - 7:22pmArticle Images:  Congress President Sonia Gandhi with senior leader Mohsina Kidwai during former prime minister Indira Gandhis 100th birth anniversary celebrations at Indira Gandhi Memorial in New Delhi on SundayPTI Short URL: dnai.in/f9kLEmbargo: Syndicate: Hide lead image: Page views: 23From Print Edition: Highlights: 
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Gujarat Elections 2017: Here's why Congress is yet to declare its candidate list

Bangalore - DNA - 3 hours 31 min ago

Even though only two days are left to file nominations for the first phase of Gujarat polls, the Congress is yet to announce its candidates as the party is trying to strike the delicate caste balance while doing the quota tight rope and grappling internal factionalism.

The list is likely to be announced tonight when a meeting is scheduled between PAAS leaders and the Congress. "Our list will be declared this evening," Congress spokesperson Manish Doshi said without elaborating.
While Hardik Patel-led Patidar Anamat Andolan Samiti (PAAS), which is playing a hardball with the grand old party given its hold on the numerically strong community, has demanded around 20 seats from the Congress quota, Alpesh Thakor-led OBC group has demanded 12 seats, which has delayed the Congress' list. Thakor had joined the Congress recently. Moreover, groupism and dissension in the state Congress unit is also said to be a reason behind the delay in finalising candidates.

On the contrary, the ruling BJP has announced 106 candidates out of total 182 seats, by releasing two lists so far. While polling for 89 constituencies will be held on December 9, remaining 93 seats will go to polls on December 14. The last date for filing nominations for the first phase is November 21. A Congress leader, who is in the know of the ongoing negotiations, today said the issue of allocation of seats would be resolved soon. "The delay in declaring the list of candidates is due to the ongoing negotiations between PAAS and the Congress party on PAAS' demand for seats. The PAAS has demanded around 20 seats while the OBC group led by Alpesh Thakore has staked claim to around 12 to 15 seats," party sources said.

Hardik Patel, who has emerged as the protagonist of caste consolidation, had set the Congress' commitment to quota for Patidars under OBC category as the pre-condition to extend his community's support to the party.
Senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal had held a meeting with PAAS representatives and handed three options to the community on the quota issue. Hardik recently said that if Congress finds PAAS leaders fit enough to contest polls then they can fight elections.

One of the PAAS conveners Lalit Vasoya today declared that Congress is offering him a ticket from Dhroaji seat and he will fill up his nomination form tomorrow.
A delegation of PAAS leaders had gone to Delhi two days back and demanded 30 seats from the Congress which held its Central Election Committee meeting under Sonia Gandhi. The Congress, however, had rejected the demand.

According to sources in Congress, the PAAS has reduced the number of seats it wanted to contest. "PAAS has reduced the number of seats it wanted to contest than their previous demand. Negotiations are on between the Congress and PAAS. We hope the issue will be resolved soon," sources said. PAAS leader Dinesh Bambhaniya said the Congress has invited them for a meeting this evening wherein the quota issue would be discussed with state Congress leaders.

Sources said seat-sharing would be finalised at the meeting. The other reason for the delay in declaring the list is infighting and groupism in the Congress party. "There is also some internal bickering between various groups in the party for tickets, which is another factor for delay in declaration of list," sources said. In run-up to the 2012 assembly elections in Gujarat, the Congress had not officially issued the list of candidates and had directed the party candidates to file their nominations on telephone. 

ReportIndiaPTIAhmedabadSun, 19 Nov 2017-08:07pmDate updated: Sunday, 19 November 2017 - 8:07pmArticle Images:  Rahul Gandhi in Gujarat. PTI Short URL: dnai.in/f9kKEmbargo: Syndicate: Hide lead image: Page views: 18From Print Edition: Highlights: 
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