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Opposition-PM meet,NC on Tuesday said the opportunity should be availed to highlight the political issues in right perspective National Conference Provincial President Devinder Singh Rana referred to the proposed visit of all-party delegation to the Valley later this week and described it as a positive outcome of the initiatives of Jammu and Kashmir Opposition-Prime Minister meet He said the opportunity should be availed to highlight the political issues in right perspective and called for national consensus over solving the Kashmir problem hoping that myopic or reactionary political approach will not prevail over the discourse Rana called on for a collective approach to restore peace and normalcy in the Valley by addressing its political problems saying it is necessary for peace in the state “The spirit generated by the Omar Abdullah-led united opposition’s meeting with the Prime Minister needs to be sustained and carried forward to end the sufferings of people in the Valley and to create an atmosphere of trust which can pave way for finding a last solution as expressed by the Prime Minister during the meet” Rana said while interacting with party workers in his Nagrota Assembly Constituency He said reconciliation and not confrontation was the only way out to steer the Valley from the present grave situation “The pain of Kashmir is felt equally in Jammu and we want the political parties to appreciate the gravity of the situation and rise above party politics and work together to find out a solution acceptable to all stake-holders which could lead to sustainable peace in the state” he said adding that National Conference would continue to play its assigned role in this behalf He said the administrative inertia is galore due to lack of political direction and people were suffering with their chosen representatives in the government showing immense degree of indifference “Except for photo-ops the presence of political executives is nowhere to be seen” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsSign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers According to the bio on his website “The artist Rex Ray (b1956-2015) was best known for his innovative pop aesthetic in fine and commercial art — on canvases wood panels album covers book jackets and rock and roll posters” His guest bath shows his playful love of color and pattern Being in his home was not unlike being inside one of his paintings Rex Ray’s bedroom can be seen in this Through The Lens post from 2015 Photograph – http://s.wwwkengutmakercom Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Sign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers This is the fourth installment in my series of posts on pocket doors installed in arched openings The trolley brackets were slotted for sideways removal of the door though this does help keep the bolts in place I wanted to be able to slide the bolts in and out of the brackets with the door in the place This may be overkill but is would allow for replacement of worn out rollers without removing the door (so no removing of bent stop molding required) The slots are in the same axis as the motion of the door now but they are in opposition so both pulling on the door and pushing is forcing the hanger bolt into one of the brackets and keeping it from sliding out of the other bracket The bolts are seated into a recess in the brackets and lock washered so they should stay put One pic here shows how far I moved the bracket in to allow for the curve of the arch Another pic shows cutting the shoulders on the door Just touched up the jigsaw cut with a belt sander I ripped the trim from 4/4 flat sawn white oak The rips of the edge of flatsawn stock are essentially quartersawn These thin strips (3/32″) of straight vertical grain stock bent nicely after soaking in hot water I used gorilla (poly) glue to deal with the wet wood The stops were double-layered laminations After the glue cured I cleaned off the squeeze out with a sharp chisel and broke the edges with a light sanding I install pocket door pull hardware after adjusting the hang of the door so the hardware is centered at the same height as other knobsets in the room I clamp a jig to the door and make the top and bottom cuts with a pull saw drill out the back corners of the mortise and make the vertical cut with a keyhole saw or jig saw Launch Gallery Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Written by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: November 8 2017 1:00 am At a shop in Nangla Hareru The Indian Express travelled to 3 ‘digital villages’ to assess what changed what didn’t Praveen Khanna Related News Revolutions are often paradoxical things In the minds of the revolutionary they conjure up images of radical change But reality is more recalcitrant It makes a fool of the revolutionary exacerbating those very things that the revolution seeks to change Demonetisation has turned out to be no different It was a populist measure done in the name of the poor But like many revolutions done in the name of the poor it hurt them by extracting the highest price from them It was a measure driven by an obsessive moralism more than a grasp of practical reality The moralism forgot that “black” is not an inherent property of money It is doubtful that the measure dented the complex webs through which plutocracies shield their money Indeed there is some evidence that new laundering mechanisms came into being as a result It was a measure done in the name of transparency: Data that will help detect tax evasion But citizen transparency turned out to be a shield to cloak political financing While the citizens are being transparent to the state political donations through anonymous bonds are being shielded ever more from public scrutiny So this was a revolution in bad faith Demonetisation created fantasies of a cashless economy Digital payments are up somewhat but cash is back with a vengeance Demonetisation was supposed to accelerate growth It might on a time horizon where causally attributing growth to demonetisation will be an unfalsifiable claim But in the short run it dented growth perhaps by as much as two percentage points The human cost of a two percentage point slowdown in GDP growth is high Demonetisation was supposed to be revenge on intellectuals those know-nothings who have held India back Turns out the predictions of most of those “know-nothings” were not far off the mark One can go on It was supposed to result in a bonanza to government in the form of unreturned cash Most of the cash came in suggesting how little the purveyors of the scheme knew about how money functions It was to usher in a utopia where everything from terrorism to counterfeiting ended But when utopia did not arrive the revolution changed the goal post presenting modest statistical trends as success: The rising number of taxpayers the amount of cash under scrutiny the rise in digital payments The trend line was heading in this direction anyway But modest acceleration of these trends could have been achieved with much less callousness The quantum of the increase in taxpayers or digital payments achieved could have been done by other means and at much lower cost Formalisation was a desirable objective of demonetisation But it underestimated the fact that informality was also a form of low-cost participation Formalisation without preparation leads to exclusion Demonetisation will probably lead to more state capacity in terms of its ability to investigate But there is little sign that the main institutions of investigation are more credible not merely more powerful Most importantly demonetisation was a revolution in one respect: Like all revolutions it was an exercise in unprecedented state power (as this column argued ‘You have been warned’ November 17 ‘It’s a permanent Revolution’ November 26 2016) Demonetisation was a revolution that turned the world upside down only to find the world was the same again only more so There is no doubt that demonetisation seemed like a political watershed It was for a time immensely popular for a variety of motives: Moralism expectations of gain schadenfraude at the possibility that some of the well-off might have to suffer The sheer audacity of it was politically its greatest attraction The fact that a government was willing to inflict supposedly short-term pain was taken as a sign of its unprecedented sincerity As a civic matter there was an unprecedented poignancy about the moment The country for the most past part went along with the cause It was a quiet but nevertheless mass mobilisation on an unprecedented scale The people were willing to trust the prime minister and he rode the wave with political aplomb especially in the UP elections It was not the economic experts who were wrong It was our political assumptions that seemed for a moment shaky The people did seem to respond to a call for sacrifice The popularity of the measure posed a challenge for democracy What did the popular support signify On the other hand anti-corruption movements built on a general anger speaking the language of virtue often end up reinforcing authoritarianism But in this respect the reality has turned out to be more reassuring The people were willing to cut the government an immense amount of slack They were willing to trust a prime minister who asked for time But it was a trust conditional on promises being fulfilled This was not in retrospect blind faith As it became clear that the promises were not fulfilled the mood quietly started shifting; there is a great sense of a trust being belied This may not immediately translate into electoral outcomes but there is no doubt that the government’s stock of political credibility has fallen as the full consequences of demonetisation have become apparent The RBI’s announcement that most of the cash had been deposited was shorn of its technical complexities seen as a sign that there was not going to be this windfall that could be distributed as largesse The magnitude of the pain inflicted the supply chains broken the uncertainty around growth have begun to dent the credibility of the government The crystallisation of an alternative is always uncertain and takes time but there is no question that the government is losing credibility on this issue and therefore on its capacity to be able to control the narrative Demonetisation was an ill-conceived step a revolution that was not going to succeed because it was above all an act of hubris It was part of a political imagination that is closer to a technocratic authoritarianism: Combining great faith in technology with state power The very limited success of demonetisation is reassuring in reminding us that reality takes its revenge on revolutionary hubris But it does raise two questions: What of the underlying angst about corruption that demonetisation tapped into Is that a political force or will it now devolve into a general cynicism And second will the failure of hubris lead to an intelligent humility or more hubris There is reason to worry that revolutions don’t admit their own shortcomings The author is vice chancellor Ashoka University Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News

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