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as priests in temples in the state under the Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB).“It is a silent revolution and a model for others to follow” Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran told reporters here Indicating that more such appointments are on the anvil he said there are more than 3000 vacancies in different shrines managed by five temple boards — TDB Cochin Devaswom Malabar Devaswom Guruvayur Devaswom and Koodalmanikayam Devaswom Due process was followed to ensure transprency in appointments he said “A new history has been scripted by ensuring reservation as enshrined in the Constitution with the appointment of Dalits as priests” he said However he said reservation was not the prime consideration for selection Those who have knowledge of rituals were appointed as priests Asked if the Kerala government has plans to appoint non-Brahmins as priests at the Lord Ayyappa shrine in Sabarimala under the control of the TDB Surendran said it could be considered However nothing could be carried out in a hurry he said The TDB manages at least 1248 shrines including the Lord Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala The minister also thanked noted actor Kamal Hassan and DMK leader M K Stalin for appreciating the initiative of the LDF government He said the people of Kerala had also welcomed the government decision The Kerala Devaswom Recruitment Board had recently recommended 36 non-Brahmins including six Dalits for appointment as priests in temples in the state This is the first time six persons from the Scheduled Caste community have been recommended for appointment as priests Yedu Krishnan had yesterday become the first Dalit priest in Kerala to assume duties at the sanctum sanctorum of the Manappuram Lord Shiva Temple at nearby Thiruvalla PTI JRK APRAppointment of non-Brahmin priests ‘a silent revolution’: LDF Thiruvananthapuram Oct 10 (PTI) The CPI(M)-led LDF government in Kerala today termed as a “silent revolution” the appointment of 36 non-Brahmins including six Dalits as priests in temples in the state under the Travancore Devaswom Board (TDB) “It is a silent revolution and a model for others to follow” Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran told reporters here Indicating that more such appointments are on the anvil he said there are more than 3000 vacancies in different shrines managed by five temple boards — TDB Cochin Devaswom Malabar Devaswom Guruvayur Devaswom and Koodalmanikayam Devaswom Due process was followed to ensure transparency in appointments he said “A new history has been scripted by ensuring reservation as enshrined in the Constitution with the appointment of Dalits as priests” he said However he said reservation was not the prime consideration for selection Those who have knowledge of rituals were appointed as priests Asked if the Kerala government has plans to appoint non-Brahmins as priests at the Lord Ayyappa shrine in Sabarimala under the control of the TDB Surendran said it could be considered However nothing could be carried out in a hurry he said The TDB manages at least 1248 shrines including the Lord Ayyappa temple at Sabarimala The minister also thanked noted actor Kamal Hassan and DMK leader M K Stalin for appreciating the initiative of the LDF government He said the people of Kerala had also welcomed the government decision The Kerala Devaswom Recruitment Board had recently recommended 36 non-Brahmins including six Dalits for appointment as priests in temples in the state This is the first time six persons from the Scheduled Caste community have been recommended for appointment as priests Yedu Krishnan had yesterday become the first Dalit priest in Kerala to assume duties at the sanctum sanctorum of the Manappuram Lord Shiva Temple at nearby Thiruvalla For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Praveen Swami | Published: April 27 2017 12:25 am This week’s loss of 26 Central Reserve Police Force personnel isn’t significant of itself: In war tragedy is but punctuation Its real significance though ought be to tell us that the paradigm itself is past its sell-by date Top News “I wished to have depopulated the country of Roh” wrote Sher Shah Suri as he contemplated the Mughal offensive that would destroy his empire in 1555 “and to have transferred its inhabitants to the tract between the Nilab and Lahore that they might have been constantly on the alert for the arrival of the Mughals and not allow anyone to pass from Kabul to Hind” “Another is to have entirely destroyed Lahore that so large a city might not exist on the very road of an invader where immediately after capturing it on his arrival he could collect his supplies” Five centuries on it’s hard not to miss how little has changed in India’s counter-insurgency paradigm: Even today planners depend on gargantuan concentrations of forces coupled with denial of access to population centres to dominate the physical terrain This week’s loss of 26 Central Reserve Police Force personnel isn’t significant of itself: In war tragedy is but punctuation Its real significance though ought be to tell us that the paradigm itself is past its sell-by date In 1961 the French special forces officer Roger Trinquier authored his findings on why militarised counter-insurgencies were fated to fail The French military in Algeria and Indochina he noted persisted “in studying a type of warfare that no longer exists and that we shall never fight again” “The result of this shortcoming” he went on “is that the army is not prepared to confront an adversary employing arms and methods the army itself ignores It has therefore no chance of winning” He concluded memorably: “Our military machine reminds one of a pile-driver attempting to crush a fly indefatigably persisting in repeating its efforts” In November 2009 when then-Home Minister P Chidambaram launched what the media called Operation Green Hunt the task seemed simple: The gerontocrats who run India’s national security were persuaded that pumping huge forces into under-policed Bastar would sever links between the Maoists and adivasis degrading the insurgency It was a classic medieval response — move in a few risalas to stamp out the bandits and fly the imperial flag Thus Union Home Secretary GK Pillai announced: “Within 30 days of security forces moving in and dominating the area we should be able to restore civil administration there” The promise has been brutally exposed Ill-prepared CRPF personnel often trained in tents short of about half their sanctioned requirement of key assistant commandant-level officers were slaughtered In April 2010 76 CRPF personnel were killed in a single ambush while wandering aimlessly in a forest patrol How this came about though has as much to do with serious errors in conception For one there was no looming “red-corridor” with 180 affected districts — or rather there was only one if one used the government’s dubious index of one Maoism-related First Information Report having been filed in the previous year There was moreover no prospect of “clear hold and build” in Bastar — the then-fashionable doctrine Chidambaram’s mandarins had borrowed from the United States The Bastar division of Chhattisgarh sprawls across 40000 square kilometres an area larger than the Kashmir Valley New Delhi pumped in 14 battalions of the CRPF — each of 1000 men — and five of the Border Security Force That means each battalion of security forces were expected to engage with insurgents in areas larger than 2000 square kilometres thinly covered by road Fatalities in 2009 were unsurprisingly higher at 941 than in 2008 which saw 648 The higher fatalities in 2009 included a sharp rise in security force losses from 214 to 312 and civilians from 220 to 391 Indeed fatalities in 2007 and 2008 were lower than in 2009 Thus “Green Hunt” had the proximate consequence of making the region less secure — not more After the 2010 debacle the counter-insurgency campaign in Chhattisgarh wound down with the police force — battered by allegations of human rights violations — leaving the fight to the CRPF which bereft of a specialist intelligence wing local language skills and a higher management proficient in counter-insurgency could do nothing: Maoist losses declined steadily year on year Then in 2016 two states registered sharp upticks in offensive Maoist operations while figures for the others remained static: Chhattisgarh saw a jump from 36 to 133 Maoists killed while numbers of police lost declined from 41 to 35 and Odisha saw killings of insurgents rise from 11 to 45 Though disaggregated figures on these operations aren’t available there is reason for concern: There is no known means that makes relatively dysfunctional forces perform miraculously well inside a year In Chhattisgarh killings of individuals unconnected or tenuously connected to the insurgency are reported to have led to a resurgence of support to the Maoists Force seduces — but it comes at a price In a signal 2001 essay the former Assam Chief Secretary Vijendra Singh Jafa recorded how the village of Darzo was relocated “My orders” a soldier told him “were to get the villagers to collect whatever moveable property they could and to set their own village on fire at seven in the evening I also had orders to burn all the paddy and other grain that could not be carried away by the villagers” The officer Jafa recounted ordered village elders at gunpoint to certify “that they had burnt down their own village” But the insurgency did not end New Delhi and Laldenga were able to agree on the contours of a peace agreement as early as 1976 but the deep anger provoked by the army’s campaign made it impossible to settle the deal National Security Advisor Ajit Doval knows the story well for he eventually helped bring about peace through intelligence operations in 1986 It’s painful for many to admit — but India’s counter-insurgency record isn’t luminous Punjab and Tripura might stand out but much of the Northeast is a desolation of degraded insurgent fiefdoms; in Kashmir the military defeat of the jihad hasn’t yielded peace Though terrorism-related violence remains well below the levels seen even a decade ago 100000 troops deployed on counter-insurgency duties in addition to the 83000-plus Jammu and Kashmir Police and 60000 CRPF personnel haven’t succeeded in tamping down violent protest The option to finding better ways is endless war corroding the Indian republic from within For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 23 2015 1:23 am Related News The ruling BJP on Sunday asked Congress to apologise to the nation for its coal mine policy The party claimed that the present government’s decision to auction coal blocks would bring in huge benefits for the country and the tribals “The guilty of the coal scam shall be punished by the court but the Congress leadership should apologise to the nation” BJP national secretary Shrikant Sharma said “They should also apologise to the poor and the tribals of West Bengal Orissa Jharkhand Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh because these states are bearing the curse of poverty due to the policies of the Congress government” Sharma said in statement He added that the arbitrary allocation of coal blocks by the previous UPA government had led to massive corruption According to the BJP the Narendra Modi government’s decision to auction coal blocks – the first phase of which began on February 14 — would have a benefit of Rs 133513 crores and would generate a revenue of Rs 83662 crore “Dozens of coal blocks are yet to be auctioned and as per projections the nation’s funds can benefit by up to Rs 15 lakh crore” Sharma said He said the main beneficiaries would be states like Orissa Madhya Pradesh West Bengal Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh “On one hand the poor state governments’ treasury will get massive amounts and on the other they will get cheap electricity” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 21 2016 1:25 pm Swami Ramdev and BJP President Amit Shah performing Yoga at Huda grounds in Faridabad Haryana Photo- Twitter Top News The second edition of International Yoga Day is being celebrated on Tuesday in India and across the world 139 countries registered themselves to participate in the celebrations at UN on June 21 Prime Minister Narendra Modi also participated actively in the celebrations held at Capitol Complex in Chandigarh Punjab with thousands of people getting together at the venue WATCH |PM Modi Leads International Yoga DayCelebrations While addressing the people he urged everyone to make Yoga a part of their life and also said that it was not a religious practice Apart from Modi various BJP ministers government officials and dignitaries participated in Yoga Day activities organised in different parts of the country Here is a look: Extremely happy to be 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