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2014 9:41 pm Related News As part of surprise checking of offices,” India had summoned him on 9 August amid growing tension between the two nations over the violence in Kashmir. MEA pic. download Indian Express App More Top NewsResidents of Hamburg’s St. Last season’s surprise runners-up took instant control of the game,05 am:? The winner will succeed?Fagun Gohil,Goregaon, Related News Naseeruddin Shah’s memoir ‘And Then One Day’ is a candid recount of almost four decades of his life and the actor is happy that it is being appreciated though he says it may ruffle a few feathers in the film industry.

(Source: ISL) Related News The Bojan Djordjic-led Chennaiyin were unbeaten in the? told a news briefing.s rule over the past one year. and then saw England chase down the target with five balls to spare at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. in real life. Today,after the police started foisting false criminal cases on him. 2017 2:26 pm Julie Chen has said actor George Clooney and his lawyer wife Amal had “casually mentioned” the pregnancy news to her. The “Big Brother” host has revealed she came to know about the not-so-secret information when the couple lightly dropped the news on her, Share This Article Related Article Governor has also attached copy of all the special reports and their status.

a superb album, One of the passengers sustained injuries. Thorat has additional charge of the department. Kanpur and three T20s in Delhi,investigation.The problem lies not in our people but in the manner in which we present our museums and art.s marriage was in May and he had not applied for leave as yet, said Kumbhare A 30-year-old police constable attached to the Local Arms UnitVitkare was posted at the American Consulate office at Breach Candy Vitkare had reported on duty around 730 pm on Sunday and was posted at the rear gate of the consulate Another constable named Ramdas Dhule was also on the gate duty with him At 730 am on MondayDhule heard gunshots and rushed to the gate and saw Vitkare lying in a pool of blood Two bullets had been fired from Vitkares service carbine Vitkare was rushed to nearby Breach Candy hospitalwhere he succumbed to injuries later For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shalini Nair | Tokyo | Updated: November 2 2017 6:44 am Georgieva added that attaining gender equality means among other things ensuring girls are in school and economic empowerment which gives women the choice on what to do and what not to do (Photo: Reuters) Top News Stating that the world economy has the potential to increase by anywhere between 12 trillion to 28 trillion dollars if it is able to close the gender gap World Bank chief executive officer Kristalina Georgieva said that no country can achieve its full potential unless girls and women have the same rights as boys and men Addressing the World Assembly for Women in Tokyo Georgieva said that estimates on what the full participation of women would mean to the whole world is “mind-boggling” She said “The estimates range between 12 trillion and 28 trillion dollar bigger world economy if we women were all to give our best” She added “If we leave this issue to its own device it will take a hundred years to achieve equality Gender equality is paramount for success in development efforts Unless girls and women have the same rights as boys and men no country can attain its full potential” She gave the instance of how the case for gender equality is more than obvious in Japan where data shows that bringing full participation of women in the economy means 9 percent larger GDP To close the gap the Shinzo Abe government has now introduced a slew of women-oriented work reforms such as longer childcare leave for both parents and flexible working hours Georgieva added that attaining gender equality means among other things ensuring girls are in school and economic empowerment which gives women the choice on what to do and what not to do Citing the case of Afghanistan where 15 years ago of the one million children in school 90 percent were boys she said “Today eight million kids are in school and 40 percent of these are girls despite tremendous resistance difficulties and life threatening conditions… Education is a priority and girls find their pathway through it” Gender-inclusive trade policies: WTO working on joint declaration Tokyo: In the run-up to the upcoming WTO ministerial meet in Buenos Aires Argentina in December the WTO and several member countries are working on a first-of-its-kind joint declaration on gender-inclusive trade policies Arancha González executive director International Trade Centre joint agency of the WTO and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development told The Indian Express that she plans to soon discuss the issue with commerce and industry minister Suresh Prabhu so as to get India to join the group of member states that would be part of this process The correspondent is in Tokyo to cover the World Assembly for Women at the invitation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Japan For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Aleppo | Published: December 15 2016 6:37 pm A first evacuation expected to take place on Wednesday morning fell apart with artillery exchanges and resumed air strikes rocking the city until the early hours on Thursday (Source: Reuters/File) Related News The evacuation of the last rebel-held areas of Syria’s Aleppo was set to begin on Thursday with opposition fighters and civilians preparing to leave the city after years of fighting The rebel withdrawal will pave the way for President Bashar al-Assad’s forces to reclaim complete control of Syria’s second city handing the regime its biggest victory in more than five years of civil war More than a dozen empty buses and several ambulances moved towards a staging area in the south of the city where evacuees were expected to arrive and board the vehicles an AFP correspondent said Syrian state television reported that at least 4000 rebels and their families would be evacuated under the plan “All the procedures for their evacuation are ready” it said Watch What Else Is Making News: A first evacuation expected to take place on Wednesday morning fell apart with artillery exchanges and resumed air strikes rocking the city until the early hours on Thursday But the agreement brokered by Syrian regime ally Moscow and opposition supporter Ankara was revived following fresh talks The defence ministry in Moscow said that Syrian authorities had guaranteed the safety of the rebels leaving the city and confirmed preparations were underway It said the rebels would be evacuated towards the northwestern Syrian city of Idlib a major opposition stronghold The Russian military said it was monitoring the operation with surveillance cameras and drones The International Committee of the Red Cross said it was asked to help in the evacuation of the wounded and had sent 10 ambulances and about 100 volunteers and staff from the Red Crescent to assist “The teams are on the spot” said Ingy Sedky the ICRC’s spokeswoman in Syria “Ambulances have started to move to the other side crossing the front line to evacuate the wounded” she told media Rebel officials said the evacuees would leave via the district of Al-Amiriyah and then cross through the government-controlled area of Ramoussa on the southern outskirts of the city Earlier Ahmad al-Dbis who heads a unit of doctors and other volunteers that are coordinating the evacuation of wounded people said injured civilians and their families were already gathering at Al-Amiriyah Dbis said there were reports that regime forces had fired on an ambulance transporting the injured to Al-Amiriyah wounding three people including a member of the White Helmets civil defence organisation One of the wounded was initially reported to have died he said but later an AFP correspondent said the situation was unclear For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Georgina Maddox | Published: May 18 2010 10:42 pm Related News Today is International Museum Daybut who is celebrating It’s not a day that calls for Archies cardscorny text messages or friendship bands International Museum Day sounds too staid and serious for such things Since 1977 the International Council Of Museumshoused in the UNESCO building in Parishas been celebrating May 18 as the day to celebrate the relevance of museum in society this year the theme is unity in diversity While a few museums in Indialike the Sanskriti Museum in Delhi and the erstwhile Prince of Wales Museum now known as The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) in Mumbaihave made plans to mark this day as significantnot many have registered this date on their calendar Aside from a handful of intellectuals and die-hard art aficionadosvisiting a sarkari building full of badly litill-curated and dust-covered artifacts is not on the priority list of most people Indians are not a museum-going racewe go to malls and we go out to eat The Europeans already have a culture of visiting museums? Opposition activists in the area reported extensive damage.04 per cent better compared to last year?s section final will be played at 9.

Haider al-Abadi, the ‘Dhoom’ actor has gone all out when it comes to covering up for the second one. is now a proud owner of a hot pink Harley Davidson bike. certainly people within the team, 2014 4:17 pm ‘Ek Villain’,Moradabad: Terming the Lok Sabha elections as a battle between two completely different ideologies It breaks values and customs which we have preserved for centuries.. I am sure you won’t be misled by them and hand them over a resounding defeat" she said Without naming BJP and RSS she said they believed in foisting their narrow ideology on the country in the name of unity Gandhi said her party alone was capable of providing a stable and strong government which the country needed and the BJP’s ideology will harm the people and the country Attacking the Samajwadi Party-led UP government she said the Centre made abundant funds available to the state for enhancing its power supply but it has failed to provide electricity available in villages Congress she said while quoting from its manifesto would provide free health care to people and provide vocational training to youths so that they could easily get employment PTI By Rajendra Khatry Chandigarh: In the Jat heartland of Haryana comprising the districts of Rohtak Jind Bhiwani Sonepat Hisar Kurukshetra Rewari and Kaithal the khap panchayats still decide the political choices the members of the community make Over the years they have stopped being vocal about their support to any particular political group yet it is their support that mostly decides elections in the state No wonder they are being wooed heavily by all major political parties – the Congress the Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) or the BJP – in the run-up to the polls A file photo of a khap panchayat’s members Reuters In the last two general elections the Jat votes had tilted in favour of the Congress to some extent under the influence of khap panchayats Some of them had openly extended their support to the party much to the discomfiture of the INLD However the Congress appears to be out of favour this time The panchayats are seething in anger over growing unemployment rising corruption and the worsening conditions of the farmers who feel cheated for having been coerced into selling their land to land sharks government and the corporate houses at low prices Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda himself a Jat had to face the ire of his community at some places for having favoured only the Rohtak district to which he belongs Hooda who is facing a strong anti-incumbency wave is making desperate efforts to win over the khaps In the first such move in the direction last year Hooda ensured reservation to the Jat community last year But things had gone awry much before leading to violence and the shooting of three persons by the police in Hisar during a sustained agitation launched by the community During the campaign for the Lok Sabha elections the Haryana Congress has been harping on the reservation issue but things reportedly are not working according to its plan Yashpal leader of the Akhil Bhartiya Jat Arakshan Sangathan says: "As a social organization we have tried to remain non-political as far as possible but we did have expectations from the Congress The party however did not extend any support to the khaps The claims of the Congress of having provided reservations to the Jats is a sham We got reservation as a result of our long-drawn agitation" he says Another Khap leader Dharampal says the organization was maintaining equal distance from all parties "We have not issued any `fatwa’ or `farman’ for the Jats during the election Had it not been for the sacrifice of the Jats during the struggle on the reservation issue the community would not have been successful at all The Congress is a party ruled by people involved in scams and scandals Yeh to ghotala walon ki party hai" charges Dharampal Santosh Dahiya state President of the Akhil Bhartiya Shakti Mahila Manch the women’s wing of the Sarv Jatiya Sarv Khap Mahapanchayat says their organization is neither favouring nor opposing any political party "We will support candidates who have a clean image and are not involved in any scandal" she declares The Congress under Hooda however has got support from Jat Arakshan Sangharsh Samiti and some other khaps A group of khaps resently organized a public honour programme for Hooda and Randeep Singh Surjewala another prominent Jat leader and the Industries Minister of Haryana at Denoda village in Narwana Jind Incidentally Jind is considered the stronghold of the Chautalas "We are openly supporting the Chief Minister and his MP son Deepinder Hooda We are thankful to the duo for ensuring reservation for Jats" says Hawa Singh Sangwan State president of Jat Arakshan Sangharsh Samiti Similarly Jorawar Singh Sangwan chief of Sangwan Khap admitted they were supporting the Congress candidate Shruti Chowdhry in Bhiwani-Mahendergarh The Meham Chaubisi Khap reportedly is divided over support to the Congress and the INLD Kuldeep Dhanda Convenor of the Sarv Khap Panchayat says they have two demands – amendment in the Hindu Marriage Act to prevent youngsters from marrying in the same caste and to get constitutional status of Lok Adalats to settle dowry related matters and marital discord through legal process "We will support candidates who incorporate social reforms to curb honour killing help improve child sex ratio and provide safety and security to women" says Tulsi Grewal chief of Meham Chaubisi Hyderabad: Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra regions of Andhra Pradesh are observing a complete shutdown for the second consecutive day Friday to protest the tabling of the Telangana bill in parliament The shutdown called by the YSR Congress party and another group fighting for united Andhra Pradesh evoked total response in all 13 districts of Seemandhra as the two regions are together called Protests against Telangana AFP Buses of state-owned Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) remained off the roads while shops business establishments and educational institutions were closed Activists of the YSR Congress and Andhra Pradesh Non-Gazetted Officers (APNGOs) Association took to streets since early Friday to protest the central government’s action of tabling the bill in parliament despite a strong opposition from MPs belonging to Seemandhra The protesters raising slogans against the UPA government and Congress president Sonia Gandhi staged road blockades at several places The bill to carve out separate Telangana state was Thursday tabled in the Lok Sabha amid unprecedented ruckus L Rajagopal a Lok Sabha member from Seemandhra used pepper spray and a scuffle also broke out between MPs of the two regions The Lok Sabha speaker suspended 16 MPs including YSR Congress president YS Jaganmohan Reddy for their involvement in the unruly noisy incidents Jagan as the MP from Kadapa is popularly known called for the shutdown to protest what he calls the mockery of democracy ‘Samaikyandhra parirakshana vedika’ or ‘Save United Andhra’ front also has called for shutdown in Seemandhra to condemn what it alleged was an attack on state MPs by the MPs from other states The strike by government employees in Seemandhra continued for the ninth day Friday to protest the proposed bifurcation of the state Meanwhile central minister JD Seelam had to face the ire of the protestors in Krishna district The minister who was going to West Godavari district was stopped by the protestors near Hanuman Junction A protestor threw broom on the minister’s car Police used mild force to disperse the mob to provide safe passage to the convoy IANS By: Reuters | Ljubljana | Published: June 30 2017 10:16 pm UEFA introduced Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations designed to prevent clubs from spending more than their generated revenue in 2012 (Source: AP) Top News European soccer’s governing body UEFA would seriously consider introducing a salary cap to help level an increasingly uneven playing field in the sport its president was quoted as saying on Friday A cap would be aimed at bridging the gulf between Europe’s wealthiest clubs and the rest of the field as well as preventing the top teams from stockpiling players on their payrolls “The wealthiest clubs are only getting richer and the gap between them and the rest is getting bigger” UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin told Mladina a weekly magazine based in Ljubljana “In future we will have to take into serious consideration the possibility of limiting clubs’ budgets for players’ wages” he added without specifying a timeframe On the issue of bloated squads he said many leading clubs bought players they don’t need “and who end up playing nowhere” “The introduction of a salary cap would force clubs to be more rational It will be a big battle and winning it would in my opinion represent an historic change” UEFA introduced Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations designed to prevent clubs from spending more than their generated revenue in 2012 But it softened the rules three years later to try to encourage new and sustainable investment in European club soccer Ceferin who succeed Michel Platini as UEFA president in September after the former France international was banned from all football-related activities for ethics violations also said the organisation had no plans yet to introduce video assistance in matches The Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system is currently being trialled at the Confederations Cup in Russia as a dry run for next year’s World Cup “VAR will require a lot of testing to convince me” the 49-year old Slovenian said “We do not reject technology but UEFA has no plans yet to introduce the Video Assistant Referee Granted the goalline technology has panned out nicely despite its many critics “However we must not destroy the game’s flow by letting the action get held up for several minutes every 10 minutes” VAR has been used frequently at the Confederations Cup where world champions Germany and South American champions Chile meet in Sunday’s final in St Petersburg The system has helped referees make the correct decision in most cases but has also been criticised as disruptive by some fans and pundits For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Updated: November 27 2014 5:14 am The besetting sin of government now is casualness more than venality Related News As expectations for reform soar it is important to remind ourselves of the nature and magnitude of the challenge There is much talk about second-generation reforms But as one smart government official quipped: Forget second-generation reforms India needs minus-one generation reforms We don’t even know what we are facing Political stability the RBI’s determined effort to fight inflation (despite big business engaging in ideological obfuscation) and changing international circumstances have altered the mood But the underlying rot is deep Its surface has yet to be scratched Too much energy is being expended on reforms that are besides the point rather than on credible fundamentals Just imagine this Structural regulatory uncertainty continues to affect about a quarter of India’s economy in sectors like mining natural resources any investment involving land This has large indirect effects There is always some uncertainty and dispute in an economy But structural regulatory uncertainty basically means that a pricing mechanism has irrevocably broken down You can have either a market mechanism or an administered price mechanism The problem is that we do not have either that is credible Prime Minister Narendra Modi was right to say in Australia that reform by stealth does not work What it ended up creating was institutions that had neither the old certainties of state-set prices in areas like coal nor fully developed markets Add to this the fact that the legal landscape has now become incredibly complicated: The coal judgment for example does not just raise questions about the method of giving mining licences; it has implications for federalism and who should be issuing them But we underestimate this fact The regulatory web is now so tangled that you don’t quite know what will happen if you pull at one string This history of regulatory reform in India with a few exceptions has ended up muddying the landscape rather than clarifying it Two of the most critical sectors for the economy health and education exhibit these characteristics The single biggest mistake of the right to education for instance was to muddy the distinction between public and private Instead of saying let the public do its job and the private its function we now have a regulatory system than distorts both irretrievably And now it is proving near impossible to set the system right The health sector is a combination of laissez faire and half-baked regulatory interventions And each attempt to reform the system makes it more vulnerable There is no reliable measure of inflation in these two sectors either which probably has a greater effect on the rest of the economy than we realise All factors of production still face pricing and structural uncertainty Add to this the quiet chaos in the financial system The Indian banking system was not good at assessing projects or pricing risk Or rather what it was good at was assessing risk in the context of a closed loop of crony capitalism where you could count on renegotiated contracts unscrutinised gold-plating and government patronage But there are two problems The first is whether there will be a banking culture that can price risk and promote innovation The jury is out on this one The second is this: The lines of credit look more like electricity wires in a standard Indian city — so tangled that you don’t know what you will short circuit if you try and straighten and clean them up What will be needed for reforms under the circumstances of such regulatory mess The first thing is a war against casualness The besetting sin of government now is casualness more than venality It thinks it can wing regulatory reform The finance minister glibly concedes that the land acquisition bill was passed in a moment of populist casualness Is there any evidence that any proposed reforms to this act will not also be equally casual in the other direction After all it is the same lot now trying to reverse course The government is underestimating the degree to which some exceptions apart the bureaucracy has atrophied — to the point that you cannot expect nuance or thoroughness from most departments The one thing you could count on the IAS for — saving you from legal trouble — is no longer a virtue that exists We don’t see the support scaffolding in place Second in none of these sectors is there a clear and precise articulation with appropriate nuance of the problem you are trying to fix This is especially so in the land debate where we are pretending as if we fully understand what we are trying to fix There is also a corresponding casualness in talk of taxes deficits and so forth Containing deficits is important But you cannot restore growth dynamism without increased public investment There is a deep disjuncture between the finance minister’s talk of lowering tax burdens and tight fiscal deficits on one hand and the prime minister’s infrastructure dreams on the other The government has not made a credible case for how it proposes to square the circle More public investment in a broken system of rules creates its own problems but the intellectual groundwork for it needs to be done The second challenge in this Unfortunately economies don’t come with a clean slate There are too many sunk costs in different sectors And creating new competencies takes time Under such circumstances the path to a new equilibrium is messy: it often involves cutting deals so that the costs of the new path are minimised Banks will have to sit down with those in their debt and in many cases cut deals Your problem is this: Will the forms of legal political and public scrutiny allow for some sensible deals or will these get stuck in the logjam of recrimination Which bankers will feel empowered to sign on them Tocqueville’s warning that governments feel vulnerable when they try to reform is still apt Crafting reform requires recognising the depth of the rot But rather than creating a climate for nuance the depth of the rot often emboldens calls for more of a slash-and-burn exercise especially when the state has low credibility This is why governments still find it hard to come clean After Modi’s call what is preventing the government from producing an analytically sound honest and credible white paper on the rot in several sectors — infrastructure power banking credit possibly land and even the growth framework Reform by stealth is not easy to give up in a system where you can be for good reason damned if you do and damned if you don’t The writer is president Centrefor Policy Research Delhi anda contributing editor for‘The Indian Express’ [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News this rally was in Srinagar and the fact that Modi would address a rally in the heart of that city would have been unthinkable even a few years ago.” In the end as the New York Times reports the biggest news about the Srinagar rally was that it happened and it happened without incident. 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