Debate: #UPSCFix - 2
Debate: #UPSCFix - 2
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The UPSC exam row generated heat in both Houses of Parliament Friday (August 1) with a member tearing a paper and throwing it towards the Speaker in Lok Sabha and almost the entire opposition staging a walkout in the Upper House as Government refused to set a time-line for resolving the issue. Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Prakash Javadekar also came under sharp attack in Rajya Sabha from the Opposition which demanded an apology from him after he allegedly "instigated" members of the treasury benches to protest when the issue was raised. Opposition members created uproar over the issue in both Houses leading to adjournment of Rajya Sabha thrice before lunch. Home Minister Rajnath Singh said government has taken the ongoing agitation by UPSC aspirants on the issue very seriously and is studying all aspects. In the Lok Sabha, an agitated RJD member Rajesh Ranjan stormed the Well waving a newspaper while seeking a statement on the UPSC exam row and later tore the newspaper and threw it in the Well, with some landing on the Speaker's table. Admitting that the time sought by the Government has expired, the Minister pointed out that there were holidays in between and Government got only 4-5 days to look into it. Dissatisfied with the reply of the two Ministers, the entire opposition except AIADMK staged a walkout in Rajya Sabha. Opposition members were particularly agitated over the treatment meted out to the protesting students in Delhi at the hands of the police and attacked the government for lodging cases and use of force against them. Amid sharp exchanges between the opposition and treasury benches, the opposition members took strong exception to Javadekar gesturing the ruling party members to stand and retort at the opposition attack. Sitaram Yechury (CPI-M) demanded withdrawal of cases against the agitating students and demanded urgent resolution of the matter. Ashwani Kumar (Cong) said the House is being "misled" as Javadekar had earlier promised that a solution will be found soon, but the Minister for Personnel is citing holidays as the reason for government not being able to resolve the issue. Satish Misra (BSP) attacked the BJP over the issue saying they came to power with the yotuh votes and now police is committing atrocities on them and sought withdrawal of cases against the agitating students. Satyavrat Chaturvedi (Cong) said lakhs of students of regional languages are agitating against the UPSC giving weightage to a particular class of students. Sukhendu Sekhar Roy (TMC) also asked the government to stop the atrocities on agitating students. In a debate moderated by TIMES NOW's Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami, panelists -- Vani Tripathi Tikkoo, National Secretary, BJP; Dr. Ajay Alok, General Secy, JD (U); Salman Soz, Spokesperson, Congress; Subhash Gouda, UPSC, Aspirant; Mohandas Pai, Educationist; Naveen Chopra, Chairman, The Chopras, The Global Education Company; R K Misra, President, Navbharat Democratic Party; Smita Jha, UPSC, Aspirant -- discuss whether the government has taken the right stand by not giving in to the #UPSCFix street fight?
Young Stewart Lipinski is made captain of an exploratory space mission into space...his older sister Karen is made his second in command, and is none too happy about it. When their ship and crew stumble into a different universe with no way home, Stewart and Karen have to figure out their differences in order to survive.
In an attempt to raise the morale of his frightened and fudge-riddled crew, Stewart initiates a bonding session that devolves into ice-breaker games. When Karen discovers that one of the crew members is actually an alien who’s implanted memories in their heads, they play a high-stakes game of Mafia to weed out the intruder.
A.R.T. accidentally damages the ship while showing off his magnetic capabilities... when an angry Karen sends him outside to fix the damage, A.R.T. gets stuck, forcing Karen and Michael to come rescue him. While squabbling with Michael, Karen accidentally kicks A.R.T. into space. Meanwhile, Stewart, Tina, and Kent work on a message to send out into the new universe.
Tina gets a message from her boyfriend on earth, who dumps her. Tina, the only person qualified to perform an essential fuel extraction on a nearby planet, goes into hysterics… Karen, Michael and Natasha host a Girls Night to boost her spirits. Kent foists a Boys Night upon Stewart. Zalian and A.R.T. discover a viewing room, allowing them to watch the others. They infuse Girls & Boys Night with drama for their viewing pleasure.
Michael and Tina are sent down to the planet for a six-hour fuel retrieval mission – upon arrival, they realize that thanks to a planetary quirk, they’ll be stuck there for the equivalent of eight months. They progress from apathy to romance to insanity in a single afternoon. Onboard the ship, Kent, Natasha and A.R.T. stage a robot revolt against Stewart and Karen’s leadership, with the help of a vengeful coffee maker.
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