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are weighing down energy exporters Azerbaijan, as Shiv Visvanathan writes in India Today,"the only mass figure in the Congress" – "an improbable phenomena an Italian Catholic playing mother-in-law to the Congress" She is "part immaculate conception part Teflon-coated politician" who "screech-stammers" her speeches in Hindi and yet "oddly she not Rahul or Priyanka is the Congress" Mocked called names and sneered at she was not supposed to have lasted in Indian politics as long as she has But she is now the Congress’ longest-serving president having taken over the reins in 1998 Now thanks to Rahul’s limbo she has de facto gotten an extension Whatever the quality of her leadership it remains unchallenged and she remains indispensable to the party as it remains frozen in limbo essentially unchanged from its electoral rout in 2014 "Nothing happens Nobody comes nobody goes It’s awful" wrote Samuel Beckett in Waiting for Godot Of course in our desi version of the Beckett play unfolding in Delhi the great fear is that Rahul will come *and* nothing will continue to happen The RSS played a big part in being the wind beneath Narendra Modi’s wings in his rise to the top But once he became PM pundits wondered whether he would clip the RSS’ wings Modi is not known to be a man who likes to share power or be dictated to The popular wisdom was Modi would be fine giving the RSS free rein in areas such as education and culture as long as it kept its nose out of areas like economy and foreign policy and defence And that’s exactly what it seems to have done according to an in-depth feature story by Shyamlal Yadav in the Indian Express – Sangham: How the RSS is charting out changes in education On 30th October delegates from 11 RSS-affiliated outfits spent six hours with Union HRD minister Smriti Irani her sixth meeting with RSS leaders in six months Narendra Modi PTI Now she has as Minister of State former RSS pracharak Ram Shankar Katheria Watch for more “recommendations” coming out of the RSS-affiliated meet in Ujjain on December 13-14 Education will be a big part of the three-day RSS meeting in Ahmedabad But if you read between the lines the story seems to more about sound and fury signifying as of yet not so much The much-ballyhooed Sansnkrit vs German controversy is being pushed not by RSS but the Sanskrit Shikshak Sangh which is affiliated to a former Congress MP In fact Irani actually went out of her way to establish she was no puppet on an RSS string “Those who accuse me of being an RSS mascot or RSS representative possibly want to deflect the attention from the good work that we have done” she told media according to the Times of India Despite the headline Yadav’s story is really about how it’s not quite smooth sailing for the RSS when it comes to changing the face of Indian education In fact it quotes RSS functionaries as being peeved about Irani’s “indecisiveness” and upset about how she does “not show enthusiasm” for the names the RSS has proposed for key posts As a result many IITs IIMs and central universities like BHU are without vice-chancellors The NCERT has not yet replaced its UPA-appointed chair While the Haryana chief minister an RSS man has announced a consultative committee headed by Dinanath Batra to plan a new curriculum Yadav says in nearby Rajasthan Vasundhara Raje Scindia “refuses to give the RSS a free run in the state” (Read the full report here) The problem for the RSS is that even if it finally has a government sympathetic to its mission firmly in the saddle Modi has run on a platform of development in a country that is far more impatient about seizing the future than reliving a golden past That’s why Sanskrit in Kendriya Vidyalaya became such a hot potato even though there have been little by way of data to show how useful German has been in the long run for Kendriya Vidyalaya students Just the idea that anything however laudable could make our children less competitive gives parents the shivers That’s where the RSS has a branding problem The Congress tries to pin it down by playing up the period when it was banned by linking it to the Gandhi assassination But the RSS larger problem is that people worry it might drag India back towards its idea of a golden past instead of a bright high-salaried future While many do not really care one way or the other whether Dinanath Batra can win pulping battles against Wendy Doniger (and many might in fact cheer him on) they are far more leery about Dinanath Batra determining what their children learn or do not learn They might be indifferent to whether or not the new chair of Indian Council of Historical Research wants to make the historicity of the Ramayana and Mahabharata his pet projects but they know that daydreams about a glorious past do not automatically translate into guarantees for a competitive future As the BJP expands its clout from state to state these are the voters it wants and needs The Hindutva supporters are already in its kitty anyway Modi has been careful to keep his public profile firmly development-oriented When Angela Merkel raised the Sanskrit issue with Narendra Modi the Indian PM was diplomatic reassuring and ultimately vague "Our Prime Minister assured her that he himself is a votary of young Indian children learning other languages How it is best done within the confines of the Indian system we will work it out" Syed Akbaruddin India’s foreign ministry spokesperson told reporters Meanwhile the government’s opponents have sensed that the public image of the RSS especially as it holds conferences to loudly declare its plans to leave its stamp on Indian education could actually prove to be the government’s weak spot at least from a PR perspective So in Bengal battered by stories about Burdwan bombs and Saradha scams Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool is hitting out not at Modi as much as the RSS Trinamool is complaining “The NSA is a known RSS sympathiser These devious plans are all conceived drafted and approved at RSS HQ” It does not address the substance of the charges made against the Mamata Banerjee government but it tries to make an issue out of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval’s background and his involvement with the Vivekananda International Foundation thinktank No one can blame the RSS for assuming that Modi’s rise means its achhey din are here as well Its great complaint about NDA1 was there was as RSS sahsarkaryawah Suresh Soni put it a “lot of propaganda” but little work done But chances are as it gears up to take on the unfinished work of NDA1 it might find the brakes being applied not by political opponents but by many within the BJP itself The RSS should be able to leave its mark on India’s education but it will be a longer haul than it expects Education might be part of soft power but to an aspirational middle class it matters a great deal more than debates about FDI in defence Written by Nitin Sharma | Chandigarh | Updated: August 30 2017 10:39 am Gaurav Bidhuri will face American Duke Ragan in the semifinals (Source: PTI) Related News In 1988 as a 17-year-old Dharmendra Bidhuri lost in the quarter-finals to Services’ LK Bose in his first senior nationals The loss would start a three year-long losing streak for the flyweight boxer till another quarter-final loss against now Indian coach Dharmender Yadav in 1990 which marked the end of his career in the ring He was married the same year and five years later set up Bidhuri Boxing Club in Madanpur Khadar village near Sarita Vihar in Delhi a place where a decade later his son Gaurav would start his tryst with the sport When Gaurav became only the fourth Indian boxer to reach the semi-finals of the World Championships assuring himself of a medal after a 3-0 win over Tunisian Bilel Mhamdi in Hamburg it brought back memories of all the quarter-final losses for the senior Bidhuri “When I started boxing I reached the quarter-finals in my first year at the senior level but lost to Bose in the quarters I got a job offer from Services the same year but since we had a family business I did not join The following two years saw me losing again the quarters and my father got me married Perhaps that was the reason I started the club as I wanted to be close to boxing Gaurav ki aaj ki quarter-final ki jeet ne un sabhi losses ko bhula diya” shares 49-year-old Dharmendra Gaurav is also aware of what his achievement means to his father “I got a wild card entry into the tournament and the gold medal at the Grand Prix in Czech Republic did help my confidence I feel so happy for my father who always had faith in me In almost every competition I lost in the quarter-finals and I had to break this barrier” said Gaurav who will now face American Duke Ragan “There was pressure today but I talked with my coaches and countered the Tunisian’s headbutts Now I want to change the colour of this medal and am eager to create history for India in the world championships” said Gaurav His mother Sunita did not watch his quarter-final as Gaurav too has had his share of quarter-final defeats in the the last three years He lost in the quarter-finals of the 2014 Incheon Asian Games to Uzbekistan’s Shakobidin Zoirov before going down to American Antonio Vargas in the quarter-finals of the Rio Olympics qualifiers in Venuzuela last year “I do not watch his matches as I still worry for injuries But then his father would again ask him to train in the basement of the academy Woh kehte hain har naya tournament ek naya start hota hai aur aaj ka medal bhi hamare liye naya start hai” Sunita said Struggle of early days Gaurav started boxing at the age of 10 and participated in his first state-level tournament in 2006 He became the sub-junior national champion in Noida in 2006 before joining the senior ranks in 2010 and won a bronze medal at the 2011 National Games where he defeated L Devendro Singh in the quarter-finals in the flyweight category (52 Kg) “I still remember when he accompanied me for a sub-junior state championships he was 11 and wanted to fight in the championships But they had the lower age limit of 12 years He cried for more than one hour and later I talked with boxing official Narottam Singh Rawat They organised a show bout against a boxer who was three years older to him and 5-6 Kg heavier He defeated him and even though he did not win a medal he would talk about it to the academy boys for a long time” remembers Dharmendra Bidhuri was also signed by Mumbai Fighters in 2011 for World Series of Boxing and the youngster scored a win against Russian Vladimir Nikitin (who won the bronze medal in 56kg in Rio last year) In 2015 Bidhuri fought eight bouts for Italia Thunders in WSB and scored four wins in the flyweight division He was also signed by USA Knockouts but only managed three bouts before the Rio Olympics qualifiers last year Last year before joining the USA Knockouts Bidhuri underwent an operation in Patiala to remove a stone which meant he had to spend his recovery time in the USA While he lost in the Rio Olympics qualifiers in Azerbaijan and Venuzuela Bidhuri suffered an injury to his right hand knuckle which kept him away from the ring for more than two months It was also a time when the youngster decided to make a switch to the 56 Kg bantamweight category and he reached the Quarterfinals of the Asian championships in Tashkent Uzbekistan in May early this year which acted as qualifiers for world championships where he lost to China’s Jiawei Zhiang before losing to Japan’s Ryomei Tanaka in the box off for quota place for world championships in Germany “After the surgery and hand injury he stayed at the village for more than a month and we would do shadow boxing and work on his footwork Before the quarter-final today I talked with Dharmendra Yadav and we still talk about his quarter-final win over me And we will talk again tomorrow about changing the colour of Gaurav’s medal” Dharmendra said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by David Charter | Published: May 20 2013 1:25 am Related News Why it is no longer taboo to talk of this in Britain The recent death of Margaret Thatcher reminded the British of her epic battles with Europe Thatcher wanted the European Community to focus on economic development rather than imposing workplace rulesdeclaring that we have not successfully rolled back the frontiers of the state in Britainonly to see them re-imposed at a European level? 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