Fortunately, Bob Goodlatte of Virginia. When it was later revealed that torture continued at the facility,feedback.APA wouldn’t comment specificallyon the pair’s recommendations; several people on their “staff “to be fired” list remain with APA including APA’s General Counsel Nathalie Gilfoyle APA’s senior policy advisor Ellen Garrison senior legislative and federal affairs officer Heather Kelly and science policy director Geoff Mumford “A lot of change can happen but it will take a lot of time to implement it” Kaslow says APA’s 180° turn is only a start Soldz says “The APA and the entire psychology profession needs to grapple with the enormous scandal enveloping psychological ethics”JV Pawar’s recently translated book in English from Marathi Dalit Panthers: An Authoritative History is the first-hand documentation of how and why the movement of Dalit Panthers took shape in Maharashtra and how it spread across several Indian states from south to north Being one of the founding members of the Dalit Panthers besides Namdeo Dhasal Raja Dhale and others the narrative transports us through the time that gave birth to an unprecedented anti-caste movement Dalit Panthers This book not only offers us the background of the emergence of Dalit Panthers but surprises us by telling tales behind the stories popularised by media and literature of dominants Cover of the book Dalit Panthers — An Authoritative History Image courtesy: Forward Press The book is an enthusiastic read for those who are interested in knowing history through the eyes of Dalits In this sense this book unlike those written with a dominant Brahminical imagination on Dalit Panthers offers us the scope to learn that history in India has many facets It also tells us that history once it is written and produced as narratives changes with the caste-class location of a person who writes it Pawar in his book mentions incidents of caste-atrocities which perhaps are never heard or forgotten long before Therefore this book is a rare documentation of both facts and fanaticism of upper caste culprits who committed atrocities on Dalits For example in a chapter called ‘Inhuman blinding of the Gavai Brother’ he mentions: On 26 September 1974 a barbaric act was committed in Dhakli village of Akola district The eyes of two brothers were gouged out for resisting injustice The incident did not receive the attention it deserved till I called a press conference in Mumbai on 25 January 1975 The residents of the village had justified the act and created an impression that two local goons had been punished They failed to see that even if the two men had indulged in a criminal act they had no authority to take the law into their own hands and mete out punishment Nobody bothered to find out whether they were really criminals and what their crime was One of the facts as the book suggests behind the atrocities that went unheard and unnoticed was also the inability of the political leaders among Dalits to address the issues and demand for justice as most of them either had their own separate groups such as the Republican Party of India (RPI) or Congress had strategically co-opted them Depicting this awful situation about Dalit leaders Pawar writes that “some of them went on to become leaders but could not give up their old habits After Dr Ambedkar’s death the movement disintegrated These squabbling leaders fell prey to the crooked politics of the Congress party that led to further division in society” The result of this claims Pawar was that the gap between Dalit leaders and masses widened The restlessness and hopelessness among the people was widespread In such a situation as we read in the book a few Dalit youths from Mumbai (then known as Bombay) mostly talented budding writers and poets — Pawar being one of them — decided to resist the onslaught of atrocities on Dalits Thus there emerged Dalit Panthers a movement responsible for transforming the realm of consciousness of Dalit youth in Maharashtra for several decades In the absence of any written history on Dalit Panthers by the Panthers people’s imagination of this movement could have been different Hence it is in this context that Pawar’s documentation of events incidents conflicts and the politics in this book makes a compulsory reading But the book is not only an attempt to document or write but also tell the angst among the Dalit youth back then and which translated into their radical stands against caste and drawing further strategies to tackle the issues of atrocities on Dalits Unlike the decades-long struggle in the past especially when Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar was alive the Dalits under Dalit Panthers — taking cues from the Black Panthers of America — abled themselves to fight against oppression and oppressors by being present at the sight of atrocity in a group of hundred or often thousands This book is full of such atrocious stories presenting the ugly face of the country This furious sense of unity among them (the Dalit Panthers) further provided utmost confidence to the Dalit youth that was necessary to fight oppression by the Upper castes and articulate resistance through poems stories and songs Pawar who has authored more than two dozen of books on the Dalit movement has undoubtedly managed to express the anger in the form of this book This book is a priceless souvenir for one who aspires to resist caste to fight it and to write the songs of resistance Impeached Speaker of the Plateau State House of Assembly Mr Peter Azi said on Wednesday that he had no regrets over his removal Azi representing Jos North-East Constituency in the House was unanimously removed by his colleagues in a dramatic sitting on Wednesday He was promptly replaced with Mr Joshua Madaki from Jos East Constituency as the new Speaker of the State House of Assembly Speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Azi described his removal as “part of legislative dynamism” that shapes democracy “As we speak I don’t have any regrets over my removal as speaker of Plateau State House of Assembly “To me the removal is just part of the legislative dynamism which I should gladly accept as it helps in shaping our democracy “In fact I now feel relieved because now I have time to parley with people in my own constituency because then as speaker I took the entire state as my constituency “I am happy that my colleagues did not pin-point my area of fault in my leadershipbut only claimed they just needed a change of leadership” he said On whether it was because he was a stumbling block to the House getting at Governor Simon Lalong Azi said “well if that was the problem they didn’t say so “It is the same people that elected Lalong as governor who also elected members to the House and so I see no reason why they may want to get at him “I don’t think anyone would want to plunge the state into any crisis; we are all trying to support the democratic system for due process to thrive for the sake of the peace of the state “If they have anything against the governor why won’t they seek amicable means of relaying it to him than go after him All we want is peace on the Plateau not rancour” Curtis Allen Knowles 34 pleaded guilty to one count of possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver a Class A felony and was sentenced to serve a year behind barsHe was initially charged with a Class AA felony the state’s highest level of crime and punishable by life in prison but prosecutors agreed to lower the charge as part of a plea dealKnowles was arrested following a Grand Forks Narcotics Task Force warrant search at the residence of Troy Kent Oistad in the 700 block of Walnut Street in OctoberKnowles was arrested in a vehicle while driving with Oistad’s roommate according to charging documentsAfter the search was completed at the residence officers spotted the vehicle with Knowles in the vicinity of 4265 Fifth Ave N Officers followed the car towards Sixth Avenue North and North 40th Street around which point the vehicle’s passenger threw a bag out of the car’s window documents sayAuthorities say the bag contained about 20 grams of methamphetamineKnowles was given a four-year prison sentence with three years suspended and credit for 158 days served He will serve out the remainder of his sentence at the Grand Forks County Correctional Center and is eligible for work release Knowles has been ordered to pay $1100 in court fees and the state will keep the $530 in cash seized from him at the time of his arrestOistad pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver a Class A felony theft and drug paraphernalia charges in February He was sentenced to a year in jail but had all but 73 days of his sentence suspended He is under probation for the next two years they can select a ride-hailing service and be taken to its mobile app so they can immediately request a ride.

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