They will not be able to do that easily.say,at Sector-18 in Dwarka,titled A Patel Motel Cartel?and phoned me as I was part of the AAHOA He felt we were an efficient organised "cartel" During the call I asked: "Are you tapping me for fund-raising" He laughed and said "No this is my last term as President I want you to come with me to India" After 22 years a US president finally decided it was important to visit India" said Mahesh (Mike) Patel the urbane regional director of the AAHOA Indian Americans for Hillary Clinton Photo courtesy: IAFHC "Hillary has a long history with Indian Americans and India Our members in battleground states like Ohio and Florida are going to get out the vote for Hillary" said Patel at an event in New York organised by Indian Americans for Democrats and Friends of Hillary for President The AAHOA has 16000 members who together own over 22000 hotels and motels in the US worth $50 billion "When Modi met Hillary in September 2014 her eyes lit up when they talked about India She has such love for the country" said Sant Singh Chatwal who owns the Chatwal and the Dream hotels and the Bombay Palace restaurant chain "Hillary has stood with us on immigration supported the US-India nuclear deal and understood our Indian culture" said Chatwal who is one of Clinton’s "Hillblazers" shorthand for one of her big donors Hillblazers have typically raised at least $100000 for Clinton’s campaign The Republican Hindu Coalition tried belatedly to drum up support for Republican Donald Trump by hosting a Bollywood-style extravaganza in Edison in October but most Indian Americans say it was too little too late Trump’s campaign has provoked nothing but backlash from minority voters because of his anti-immigrant and xenophobic stance "The Indian American community overwhelmingly leans Democratic with 70 percent planning to vote for Hillary Clinton compared with 7 percent for Trump according to the most recent polls" reportedThe Washington Post Clinton not only has the Asian vote but the Hispanics firmly in her corner Trump has antagonised Hispanic voters with his infamous "bad hombres" comment racial insults as well aggressive deportation measures Trump’s get-tough stance on immigration has fired up working-class whites many of whom think immigration has damaged them but it has made him a "dark" candidate for the more diverse American electorate Stung by Trump’s rants against immigrants Latino grandmothers are leading the charge for "their girl" Hillary "Abuelas as they are known in Spanish — are at the front lines of the Democratic Party’s effort. Armies of abuelas are out by the hundreds in states like Arizona Nevada and Colorado an initiative rooted in experience and research showing that the best mobilises are often not popular politicians or celebrities but the people a target audience knows very well" reportedThe New York Times "Abuelas may not quite be a new kind of political boss but with expansive and interconnected social and family networks the ones working on Mrs Clinton’s behalf are persuasive messengers They are matriarchs of families that often have multiple generations living under one roof Outside many are leaders of church groups or organisers of social and civic gatherings of women" added the newspaper President Barack Obama campaigned energetically for Clinton in North Carolina on Wednesday The Democratic strategy has revolved largely around getting Obama to inspire African Americans to vote Early voting shows that even though the black community supports Clinton they are staying home in large numbers Black voter enthusiasm which was at historic levels in 2008 and 2012 has fallen off during this election cycle since Obama is not on the ticket The onerous task of rallying black voters has now fallen on both the president and Michelle Obama In an emotional appeal to black voters President Obama has warned that if Trump wins he will destroy his legacy "I know that there are a lot of people in barbershops and beauty salons you know in the neighborhoods who are saying to themselves ‘We love Barack we love — we especially love Michelle and so you know it was exciting and now we’re not as excited as much’ You know what I need everybody to understand that everything we’ve done is dependent on me being able to pass the baton to somebody who believes in the same things I believe in" said Obama The US media reported that a slack in black voter enthusiasm would be picked up by more Latino votes for Clinton "Democrats are seeing substantial gains in turnout for other key constituencies like Hispanics and college-educated women which have the potential to more than make up for any drop-off in black voting" reportedThe New York Times" A week before Election Day Trump may have sounded warnings of a rigged vote but the boot is now on the other foot Democratic officials in five states including Ohio Arizona North Carolina Nevada and Pennsylvania have filed federal lawsuits complaining that thousands of African American voters have been struck off voter registration lists and that Trump is encouraging his poll monitoring army to scare away non-white voters at polling booths By: Express News Service | Pune | Published: April 13 2016 2:24 am Three beautifully carved stone temples in the society’s complex date back to 1640 Related News The male bastion at Shani Shingnapur may have been stormed but in a pocket in Pune in the heart of the city efforts to uphold the archaic tradition continue A cluster of ancient stone temples that stand in the middle of a co-operative housing society in Somwar Peth even today have a board at the entrance that asks women to not enter the Samadhi temples The Siddhivinayak Keshav Society that came up some 15 years ago has never had any woman from their society enter the temples in its compound and despite the HC ruling little it seems is likely to change even now The three beautifully carved stone temples in the society’s complex date back to 1640 Share This Article Related Article “I have been a resident here since the society started and since then we have these boards put up prohibiting women from entering the samadhi temples The sadhus who took samadhi here were all brahmacharis hence as a mark of respect for them the women have been prohibited from entering the sanctum” explains Khemchand Gawli secretary of the society that has some 75 apartments Gawli admits though that while earlier this was a diktat today it can at best be a request “Now after Shingnapur I cannot ask any woman who wants to go into the temple to not do so Of late we have had women coming to the temple from outside the society and going inside to do puja I haven’t stopped any of them I will not do so to the society women too now but I do not think any of them are really keen on breaking the tradition” he adds Echoing the sentiment is Sudha Rajendra Ladkat (48) who though happy with the turn of events at Shingnapur said she would still not want to enter the temples in her society compound “It’s an age-old tradition and I don’t want to create any ill will in the society by trying to break it It doesn’t really matter to me if I go inside the temples or not” she said Interestingly the younger lot too are more inclined to toe the line rather than upset the prevailing system Shradha Khandere a law student at Fergusson College who also stays in the society is of the view that customs are made to be followed “I am all for women being given equality but some restrictions are needed at times In the case of Shingnapur there was even a scientific reason – that the rays from the stone were supposed to be harmful to women— I am not saying this is right or wrong because I haven’t checked this out but I do not feel that if women were allowed to enter the temples it would translate into equal status for them I feel no urge to break a custom and create unpleasantness because of it”adds the 20-year-old For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express AppWritten by The Indian Express | Published: October 20 2011 3:25 am Related News MoveMinister Shekhar Guptas article on bureaucrats moving in for the kill was fantastic (The Officer Raj, selection of issues to be heard by constitution benches and, which began hearings on the validity of the act last month,a place in IPL 2017 finals and face Rising Pune Supergiant. 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