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The panel headed by retired High Court Justice J A Patil with former Maharashtra Chief Secretary P Subramanian as its member, In a series of tweets, as he writes in his memoir.

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Ahluwalia who was recently appointed as the its advisor on Asia Pacific American Advisory Body Ahluwalia alleged the prestige and reputation of the United States under the Obama Administration has come down and terrorism is on the rise “The country is on a disastrous path Our national prestige is down We have to bring our country back again” he said Tanden disagreed strongly to the allegations and claimed the friends and allies of the US are today worried and anxious a lot because of the rhetoric of Trump “If she (Clinton) is so fortunate to be the president she would have an administration that would look like America” she said Referring to the fact that Clinton was the founder of co-chair of the Senate India Caucus Tanden said the Democratic presidential nominee is in the best interest of Indian-Americans and Indo-US relationship The two Indian-American leaders from the GOP and Democratic parties sparred on various policy issues including economy tax jobs health care and student loans “This election has repercussions well beyond the executive it will no doubt have a significant impact on Congress and the Supreme Court” Rahul Das chief of SABA said “Donald Trump has vented the frustration of a lot of middle American youth” Ahluwalia said adding that jobs of youths have been taken away “He has given a sign to them that things have to change for the better” he said Responding to a question if the candidate is a role model for the child the two Indian-Americans raised the personal allegations against the two presidential candidates Tanden first referred to the recent surfacing of a video in which Trump is seen making lewd remarks about women Ahluwalia asked the young lawyers not to think about becoming a White House intern because of the past allegation on former US President Bill Clinton He said Trump is a role model and as a successful businessman the Republican presidential nominee has raised some great kids Citing some of the rhetorics against minorities Sikhs and Muslims Tanden said Trump can never be a role model Referring to the accomplishments of the Bush Administration Ahluwalia said Indo-US relations will be best under a Republican Administration Responding to a question on Trump’s presence at an Indian American event in New Jersey he said it shows that Trump has respect for the Indian-Americans and Hindus “The party is open to immigrants who are willing to abide by the rules and enjoy the success of America” he added Countering him Tanden said “this election cycle has been stark For the first time I have faced anti-India slur and hate messages I have been told that I would be deported though I am born in the US” “Do you know of an Indian-American who was thrown out of a Trump event” she said referring to the level of intolerance in Trump Campaign and event For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Shimla | Published: July 15 2010 12:52 am Related News …for admission to undergraduatepostgraduate and research degree programmesrespectively The Academic Council of the Central University of Himachal Pradeshcoming up at Dharamsalahas decided to introduce an innovative method of selecting students for admission to various courses For admission to any undergradute (UG) programmea candidate will have to fill up a single common formindicating choices in the order of preference The meeting of the newly constituted Academic Council was held in New Delhi earlier this week and approved a new pattern of admissions to set multidisciplinary and higher standards of teachings The three common tests for admission to UGpostgraduate (PG) and research degree programmes have been named HEATFEAT and TREATrespectively a pattern followed by most world-class universities Vice-Chancellor Dr Furqan Qamarwho chaired the meetingtold The Indian Express that all applicants to UG programmes would be required to face the HEAT (Higher Education Aptitude Test)and the selection of students will be made strictly on the basis of scores For admission at the postgraduate (PG) levelcandidates will have to qualify the FEAT (Further Education Admission Test)and to get selected in MPhil and PhD programmesapplicants will have to take the TREAT (The Research Entrance Aptitude Test) The Central Universities Act 2009 mandates that universities will admit students from all over India on the basis of a common admission testconducted individually or jointly?” he said.

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