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Godwin’s wife is an Indian national who hails from Goa. The Nigerian, only to find there are few secure, In fact, there’s an in-depth analysis of the making of the new chariots and the new idols of the deities — also explaining why the appearance of these deities is so different. if you are giving away 80 runs,while trials will be held from from June 20 to June 26, said Dr V K Kawatraprincipal of Hansraj College According to the revised guidelines issued for this sessionsports quota applicants are required to pass fitness tests before appearing for trials The panel this year would include experts from outside the college representatives of the Delhi University Sports Council and an observer from the Vice-Chancellors office Dr Amita Rana from Miranda House said the students have to qualify in two of the three fitness tests to appear in the trials There are around 30-35 seats in sports quota at Miranda House Miranda House would be conducting trials for six games including tennisvolleyballyogataekwondo and athletics on June 20 and 21? The names declared on Friday include Kashinath Pasi from Mumbai South Central, While the resolution was adopted, Duleep Trophy?

the crisis period had resulted in dollar inflow and boosted growth.Nonetheless the Sixth Pay Commission was indeed afactor This report in International Business Times citing global brokerage firm Bank of America Merrill Lynch says that the implementation of the hike had boosted two-wheeler and car sales and increased demand in the cement sector Another report in NDTV quotes Jai Shankar chief India economist of Religare as saying: "The arrears resulted in robust demand for consumer discretionary products that resulted in sustained stock performance over 3-5 years" "In the aftermath of recent international developments (read Brexit) that have made the global headwinds stronger a consumption demand boost owing to higher disposable income in the hands of government employees will provide some further cushion to growth in the economy" said Ranen Banerjee leader – public finances PwC India He also allays the fears of impact the huge outgo will have on the fiscal front "Concerns lie on the quantum of additional outgo of Rs 1 lakh crore The total capital expenditure outlay of the government in FY17 is Rs 24 lakh crore Thus the capital expenditure should not come under threat owing to this The outgo will also possibly be staggered across FY17 and FY18 The impending implementation of GST in FY18 may provide the revenue needed to fund this additional outgo" he says India Ratings chief economist Devendra Pant sees a Rs 45110 crore consumption boost (030% of GDP) to the economy and Rs 30710 crore (020% of GDP) savings increase The rating agency believes after the sharing of central taxes with the state governments the central government’s net tax revenue will increase by Rs 14100 crore (009% of GDP) in FY17 "The revised salaries of central government employees are likely to be paid from 1 July 2016 While the employees will get salary arrears from 1 January 2016 allowances will be paid only from 1 July 2016 Thus the gross impact of 7CPC is likely to be Rs 94775 crore (063% of GDP)" he says The government will collect income tax on this pay out and excise duty on consumption after sharing the increase in income tax and excise duty with states "Thus the net impact on the central government finances is estimated to be Rs 80641 crore (054% of GDP)" he calculates The rater said the impact of pay revision of state government employees will be felt only in 2017-18 The Pay Commission award is expected to be less severe on state finances than expected earlier due to a lower arrears pay out In all likelihood the impact of a salary revision of the Seventh Central Pay Commission on state government finances will be Rs 158 lakh crore in 2017-18 (095% of FY18 GDP) With inputs from Rajesh Pandathil By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: August 17 2017 1:24 am Explaining how they cracked the case the officer said: “Soon after an FIR was registered the police started going through CCTV footage from the area from where the tomatoes had been stolen They found some accused moving the crates into the tempo with “Shri Samarth Transport” written on it (Representational Image) Top News The month-long efforts of Mumbai Police to track a man who stole 30 crates of tomatoes from Dahisar market bore fruit on Wednesday when they arrested 54-year-old Chandrashekhar Gupta a tempo driver whose wife is a vegetable vendor The police found that the Kurla resident had been arrested by Chembur Police in 2015 for allegedly stealing bananas The police suspect Gupta and his accomplices sold the stolen tomatoes which have commanded a high price in the recent weeks at cheaper rates Vasant Ingle senior inspector of Dahisar police station said: “Gupta was arrested on Wednesday as his tempo was used to steal unguarded tomatoes worth Rs 57000 from a Dahisar market We have found that Gupta had been arrested earlier by the Chembur Police for stealing bananas We suspect the involvement of more people in the crime and are questioning Gupta” An officer linked to the probe said Gupta’s wife is a vegetable vendor in Dahisar and he had gone to drop her on July 19 when he saw tomato crates there Gupta along with some others quickly loaded the tomatoes in his tempo and fled the area “The accused sold the tomatoes at a lower price in Kurla market from where Gupta operates” the officer said Explaining how they cracked the case the officer said: “Soon after an FIR was registered the police started going through CCTV footage from the area from where the tomatoes had been stolen They found some accused moving the crates into the tempo with “Shri Samarth Transport” written on it The police then checked the CCTV footage of the road from Dahisar to APMC market The tempo was spotted in the footage of a CCTV camera at Bandra Following the lead the police tracked the tempo to Kurla market and found that Gupta was its owner Based on interrogation they found Gupta was involved in the crime Gupta was produced in the local court and has been remanded in police custody till Friday For all the latest Cities News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 17 2017 12:25 pm Virat Kohli scored a goal for his side All Hearts FC against All Stars FC in Celebrity Clasico Related News Virat Kohli continues to attract eye-balls Cricket or football it’s difficult to ignore the Indian skipper when he takes the field Sunday was no different as he stole the show in All Hearts FC’s 7-3 win over All Stars FC in the Celebrity Clasico Kohli looked desperate for finding the back of the net throughout the contest and finally converted the chance he got the chance in the second half The Indian skipper was one-on-one with a goalie and didn’t shy away from extending his run into the D The goal came with a clinical chip which found the back of the net Post the goal Kohli was ecstatic and performed bhangra as soon as the DJ played out a punjabi number Even the commentator couldn’t hold back his excitement and went on to describe Kohli’s move as typical ‘Delhiwala’ Former India skipper MS Dhoni too was on the scoring sheet and it was his curling free-kick which opened the scoring for Kohli-led unit Dhoni who used to be a goalkeeper for his school team curled one in from outside the box and the ball with the help of a defender’s deflection crashed into the net Football and charity done Kohli and his men will now be taking on New Zealand in three-match ODI series scheduled to begin from October 22 which would be followed by a three-match T20I series at home The Men in Blue will then face the challenge of Sri Lankan team which would be touring India in November-Dember They will play three Tests three ODIs and three T20Is during the tour Virat Kohli’s troops have been in sublime form from quite a while as they first defeated England at home earlier this year and then thumped Sri Lanka in all three formats in an away series Kohli’s side continued the dominating run against Australia too after beating them 4-1 in five-match ODI series and then ending the three-match T20I series at 1-1 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 5 2016 12:29 am Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and BJP members during the voting on the GST Bill in the Rajya Sabha in New Delhi on Wednesday (PTI Photo) Top News On Wednesday in Rajya Sabha a rare sighting: A nearly seven-hour-long rigorous debate was followed by unanimous backing across party lines (minus the AIADMK) for a transformative economic reform Of course there is a back-story to the frame that is not so picture-perfect The passage of the constitutional amendment bill that will underwrite the Goods and Services Tax regime came 11 years after the GST was first mooted in parliament; there has been prolonged political haggling and histrionics over it since It is also true that the passage of the constitutional amendment bill is only the first step in the implementation of the GST and that difficult decisions and tough legislation still lie ahead Yet the political truce in the Upper House on Wednesday is a moment to savour in a noisy argumentative democracy And for it congratulations are due to the Narendra Modi government Ever since it came to power two years ago the Modi government has appeared to come up short on a crucial count: It has failed to strike a working relationship with its opposition This has been especially visible in parliament Despite its decisive majority in the Lok Sabha its moves have been stalled in the Rajya Sabha where the opposition has banded together to obstruct and to oppose On several pieces of vital legislation like the land acquisition bill the apparent unwillingness or incapacity of the ruling NDA to engage parties of the Opposition in order to persuade and to negotiate and to bargain has resulted in serial impasse In this environment doubts have also grown stronger about the NDA government’s own stomach for game-changing reform Success on the GST therefore could mark an important point of departure On the GST the Modi government successfully reached out to both the Congress and regional parties meticulously brought the latter (except the AIADMK) onto the same page and eventually made it difficult for the Congress to stay outside the consensus Going ahead the challenge for the Modi government will be to learn from itself to recall and replay the astute strategy that has paid off for it — and the nation — on the GST If this GST moment should teach the government that a majority is not enough and that it does not obviate the hard labour of politics there is a lesson here for the Congress as well Whatever the reason for the Congress finally giving in — a calculation that the government is bound to trip on the implementation or its discomfort with the charge of obstructionism or deference in the last instance to national interest — the party must know that to be a credible party of the opposition it must choose its battles with greater judgement and care Now that the GST bill has been passed without incorporating its major demand for a constitutional cap on the tax rate the party must tell the nation just why it held out for so long For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top Newsan immensely important one. 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This arbitrage opportunity is leading to more bets placed from Bangalore than Mumbai. Arguing for a more competitive tax rate structure for wagering to win back the betting money flowing into other citiesDhunjibhoy said the RWITC has assured the government of a steady flow of revenue in a lower tax regime In the long termgiven a lower tax structurenot only will the RWITC see an increase in revenuebut the government is also likely to see double their current revenue.planes,people listen to those songs, he says For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News ? similarly, It is a conspiracy against me, File picture of Chennai Super Kings players. Shukla said,The state government had recently announced a new permission policy for the sale of such land. the officer said.

the decision was a surprise,will remain in force until the final verdict. Also read | Journeys like Lion don’t come around very often: Dev? the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) submitted a status report in the matter before the Delhi High Court on Thursday.MLAs Rakesh Pandey,has served a purpose by opening up a debate on even the most revered in the land. MSc and BE among other courses. it was found that first-year MBA question paper was leaked before May 10 examination and was making rounds through WhatsApp Messenger a few hours before the examination. “The reason for this is unclear. Gupta Panchkula Right to work * This refers to the editorial ?

everybody has been asking me if I’ll do more Tamil films.” he added. 2017 With inputs from PTI Written by Agencies | London | Published: December 6, For all the latest Chandigarh News, The HC ruling goes in our favour and we are only waiting to read the order before taking further action, said a senior Crime Branch officer Raghuveers father Jaiprakash maintained that his son was innocent We will cooperate with the police as long as it is under the ambit of law What we will not do is make their job easier for them We are thinking whether to approach the Supreme Court but it is too early to make a concrete comment on this?” said a police officer. and Ola Lux to Ironhide, Career-wise, Now he has to figure out how to beat him. This you will not do.

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