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M Ratan New Delhi Leadnot follow The editorial Stand on Syria (IEFebruary 6) has well advised India to come down on one side or another of the fence instead of sitting on it nonchalantly in the international arena After walking on eggshells for some timefinally India has voted for the UNSC resolution on Syria China and Russia are opposing the moves of Western countries and the Arab League for a resolution to the political turmoil in the country for their own regional interestsnot ours If India aspires to be a world powerit needs to be a trailblazernot a camp follower It must remove its blinkers to imagine itself a bigger role in international affairs Satwant Kaur Mahilpur Let them grow THIS refers to Auctionsoptions (IEFebruary 6) The Supreme Court has asked Trai to factor in the auction route in the next licensingwhich at the outset looks fine but when we dig deeperwe realise that the auction may not be the best deal for the end user The telecom company who wins the auction as the highest bidder would try to recover its cost as early as possible – and it will be the consumer who will suffer In the last 16-17 yearsif the telecom sector has boomedit is essentially because the services offered by telecom companies were very competitive in pricing And the government must find ways to allow this sector to flourish Bal Govind Noida Tele dense First come first served policy was all right in 2001 when the spectrum market was at a nascent stagebut not in 2008 And this is something the UPA government and its advocate Kapil Sibal should understand The core issue in the entire 2G debate is: why did the telecom minister of the UPA decide to follow a redundant policy of the NDA for ulterior motives Varathra Sreekumar New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: September 2 2012 1:17 pm Related News Audiences got a rare opportunity to watch V Shantaram’s rare 1937 social classic ‘Duniya Na Mane’ screened on the opening day of the Delhi Book Fair to commemorate 100 years of Indian cinema Made only six years after the advent of talkies in Hindi cinemathe filmmade by Shantaram’s ‘Prabhat Film Company’wowed the albeit thin audience for its incredible sense of humourits trenchant wit and satire The filmthough made in the 1930swas far ahead of its time and broached the issue of treatment of women in Indian society Also called ‘The Unexpected’the film is based on the Marathi novel’Na Patnari Goshta’ by Narayan Hari Aptewho also wrote its screenplay The story revolves around the character named Kamalaplayed by Shanta Aptewho as an orphaned young girl is married off to an old wealthy manfor greed Though the audience was conspicuous by it absencethe 20-odd crowdcomprising both young and olddefinitely went back feeling more fortunate than those who missed it “I’m glad I could see a gem like this People do not understand old films because it is removed from the current era Butwomen still suffer like the heroine did in the filmespecially in the villages where they are still forcibly married to older men” said Ravia student “I think films like these are still relevant Andpeople should appreciate it” he added The film is also known for its elegant camerawork and some rare shots like when ‘the old man/Kakasaheb’played by Keshavrao Datesees himself in pieces of a broken mirror or when the heroine sings around the gramophonewhich is a constant theme in the film The film is also known for featuring the English song ‘A Psalm of Life’a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Andit was sung by the actor Shanta Apte herself Back thenthe movie attained both critical and commercial success so much so that it went on to be screened at the Venice International Film Festival It was also made in Marathi as ‘Kunku’ Along with the Delhi Book Fairthe India Trade Promotion Organisation is also commemorating the 100 years of Indian cinema by screening masterpieces adapted from the works of famous authors at ‘Shakuntalam’ theatre of Pragati Maidan herefrom September 1 to 9 Ritwik Ghatak’s ‘Meghe Dhaka Tara’ (Bengali) based on the novel by Shaktipada RajguruDev Anand’s ‘Guide’ adapted from RK Narayan’s work’Samskara’ (Kannada) based on UR Ananthamurthy’s novel are set to be screened The schedule is a mix of old and new filmswith ‘Umbartha’ based on Marathi novel ‘Beghar’Vidya Balan-starrer ‘Parineeta’ adapted from Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay’s Bengali novel and ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ being included The curtains come down on September 9 with ‘3 Idiots’ adapted from Chetan Bhagat’s bestseller For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThiruvananthapuram: Amid concerns over infant deaths in the tribal hamlet of Attappady the Kerala government has announced a financial aid of Rs one lakh each to the parents of 38 children who died due to malnutrition there during the tenure of the previous UDF government Attappady is one of the largest and backward tribal settlements in Palakkad district which has witnessed a number of infant deaths in recent times State minister for Welfare of SC/ST and Backward Classes AK Balan said the present LDF government would do everything possible to ensure that no infant dies in Attappady due to lapses on part of the government departments Representative image Getty Images "Financial aid of Rs one lakh will be given to 38 families in Attappady who lost their children due to malnutrition during the tenure of the previous government" he said in a Facebook post Steps would be taken to distribute the amount at the earliest Balan said Listing out various steps taken by his department the minister said community kitchens had been opened in all hamlets and free cereals distributed among families in Attappady soon after the government came to power in May 2016 However the minister admitted that infant deaths are still happening in the region due to various reasons including genetic disorders lack of expert medical care and due to other diseases More funds would be granted under Hudco housing scheme for the inhabitants of Attappady in 2017 he said adding a new initiative named ‘Valsalyanidhi’ had also been launched to secure the future of scheduled tribes (ST) community girls there As many as eight infant deaths have been reported in Attappady so far this year The reasons for the death range from genetic disorders and diseases to malnutrition health department said while Mustafizur was docked half of his fee. 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