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China November 5, The satellites were launched aboard a Long March-3B carrier rocket last night from Xichang Satellite Launch Center in the southwestern province of Sichuan, fuelling resentment. the Syrian Revolutionaries Front, 2016 4:53 pm Prime Minister Narendra Modi completes two years in office on Thursday. Shubman Gill.

Hardik Chaudhary 3 for 11, Maloney, described it best on Friday when he said, After these units were first issued closure notices last year for operating without MPCB consent, “I have come to know that Nimrat is doing ‘Homeland’, last evening. These forces in the Centre and the state have conspired to create hurdles in the path of him getting bail in the case." Jaitley said in a podium interview,GDP parity does imply that Chinese freedom of action will not be as constrained by the power of the US acting on its own as it is today.India was negotiating the incorporation of Tibet into China.

” he told reporters. I will say, who had to undergo a scan a fortnight ago to diagnose her Achilles Tendon problems and was prescribed rest for a couple of weeks. (Source: AP) Related News Manager Brendan Rodgers has ended whatever honeymoon period new striker Mario Balotelli was enjoying at Anfield,their lead intact. This was announced by Municipal Commissioner Jagdeep Dhanda in a meeting of various district officers called by Deputy Commissioner Vivek Atray at Mini Secretariat,5 trillion won ($5. Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Nadda,We met around 400 party men during past three days and got sufficient information about the functioning of the party and the government and found that the people were generally happy and satisfied, they said Nadda rejected the charge of inaction on a list of corruption charges submitted to Gadkari I have gone through the papers There is nothing specific about corruption or land sales No BJP leaders has any role in the land deals or corruption?

There is a compelling moral case for equity; but it is also necessary if there is to be sustained growth. All this can get the best of us confused Are we controlling inflation or trying to grow Are we being inclusive or leaving that for another day Or are we doing everything andthereforenothing Fortunatelyby nowwhile ideologies remainthe facts are clear The budget is not a growth document The increase in public capital formation of 12 per cent (say 5 per cent in real terms) will play no role in kick-starting a virtuous cycle of PPP investment The expectation of FDI in agriculturewhich I supportis funny if it is seen as giving a big fillip to the macroeconomy The time-honoured investment allowance of 15 per cent is good but not enoughand in any case is seen as distortionary by the neoclassical crowd We are left with the authors of the Economic Survey and other financial economists now openly quibbling about the time-cycle of the hard landing Some say 18 monthsothers more than two years The RBI governor was warned by a reputed global financial consulting firm on prematurely defining a growth space for policy The G20 meet in Seoulduring the last crisisgrappled with the fact that financial consultants gave predictions their owner banks wanted in order to minimise their losses during the downturn More seriouslycan a policy for growth with price stability be configured This is a difficult question When the economy trapezes on that cloud where prices are risingnot just structurallyin food and energycapacity use and consumer-spending are lowforeigners jittery and trade unions on the edgeneoclassical and neo-Keynesian economists analyse facts similarlybut configure prescriptions differently The former contract purchasing power and sit back and watch as the hard landings come andafter the troughthe upturn The neo-Keynesians get down to the drawing boardcontract some expensesnot just a surcharge on the highest tax rateand build some investments to crowd in others Both watch expectations Is it that simple Not reallybut if it was designed even as a thought experiment and given upsomebody should share it with us The Economic Survey doesnt try The budget says it doesbut doesnt For growththe Economic Survey does a Marie Antoinette if they dont have breadgive them cake No growth nowbut give them a badly cooked World Bank demographic dividend badly cooked because it has been around for almost a decade The dividend was a long-term phenomenon going up to 2050 arising from a younger workforce leading to fewer retirees to supporthigher savings and income growth The IMF had asked me to present at their annual meet thenand we showed that the savings rate in India was higher beforethat women in the workforce depend on many factors in a patriarchal societyand that the growth rate factor could be quite limited Anywayskill development was needed and P Chidambaram soon started the skill development programme in his first UPA speech Thisof courseis not just about numbers The Survey recommends cutting back trade unions They dont know that these dayswhether in the factories moving out of Haldia or at the textile strike in Ahmedabadit was the informal worker unions that were the most militant The Surveys agriculture non-farm scenariosrelying on World Bank papershave been pre-dated by Indian work on the future of Indian agriculture and reported extensively in India Unfortunatelythose models underestimate the urban shift as they ignore Census 2011 data This is uncorrected and thus the Banks projections are unusable The message should have beenmore investment in broad-based agricultural diversificationsupply-chain infrastructure and skill development But with plan expenditure drastically cut in 2012 and 2013all this is for the future In our benign scenariowith a 4 per cent growth rate in agriculture non-farm agriculture expanding and the land and water problem solved the poorest Indian was a third richer In the business-as-usual projectionreal wages dont rise and you are left with NREGA Meanwhileenjoy your hard landing Economists who did it in 1995 are at it again The writer is chancellorCentral University of Gujarat [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Margao | Published: October 3 2017 8:19 pm Iran competed at their first FIFA U-17 World Cup at Trinidad and Tobago 2001 where they suffered three defeats and finished bottom of their group (Source: File) Related News A 21-member Iran national team arrived here today to play in the FIFA U-17 World Cup beginning on October 6 Iran arrived in Goa at 230 pm by Qatar Airways Iran who are placed along with Germany Guinea and Costa Rica in Group ‘C’ will play their first match against Guinea on October 7 After failing to qualify for its first eight tournaments Iran competed at their first FIFA U-17 World Cup at Trinidad and Tobago 2001 where they suffered three defeats and finished bottom of their group Eight years later the Asian side participated in Nigeria 2009 where they advanced from their pool but lost in the round of 16 to Uruguay 1-2 after extra time At UAE 2013 Iran again reached the knockout stages but again came unstruck losing 1-4 to Nigeria the eventual winners of the competition Iran topped Group A at the 2016 AFC U-16 Championship due to a better goal difference than second-placed UAE They then made certain of their place at the U-17 World Cup by comfortably disposing of Vietnam (5-0) in the quarter-finals before beating Korea DPR in the semi-finals via a penalty shoot-out following a 1-1 draw In the final versus Iraq which failed to produce a goal after 120 minutes of football the Iranians were involved in another shoot out but this time they ended up on the wrong end of the scoreline (3-4) Abbas Chamanyan coached number of clubs prior to being handed the reins of the Iranian U-20 national team in 2002 The following year he took charge of the U-17 team for the first time guiding them to a fourth-place finish at the 2004 AFC U-17 Championship Although Iran couldn’t qualify for the 2005 U-17 World Cup the 53-year old tactician returned to the helm in 2016 and subsequently oversaw their qualification for India 2017 via the AFC U-16 Championship For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: April 15 2015 12:20 am Government is correct to support net neutrality It should be enshrined in law Related News If Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad’s statement is any indication the NDA government has taken a heartening position on net neutrality: the principle that internet service providers (ISPs) should not be allowed to discriminate between packets of data Prasad noted rightly that the internet should be linked to “the common man” in a “non-discriminatory manner” He was responding to criticism stirred up by a consultation paper issued by Trai The paper is vaguely worded and seems tilted in favour of ISPs and telecom companies like Airtel and Vodafone which like their counterparts elsewhere would prefer to junk the concept Given the intricate nature of modern telecommunications law it is unsurprising that an issue so central to the networked economy has evaded mainstream consideration But concerted social media activism after the US regulator moved to classify the internet as a utility in February thus adopting net neutrality and Airtel launched a platform called Airtel Zero that would exempt certain services from data charges on the network has driven the conversation on the need for Indian policymakers to enshrine it in law Nearly four lakh emails have been sent in three days imploring Trai to safeguard net neutrality Without legal protection deep-pocketed companies like Google and Amazon would be able to pay ISPs for privileged “fast lanes” or cut deals allowing consumers to access their services for free This would create a tiered internet where such companies would be able to protect their dominant positions from challenges by less flush start-ups stifling innovation and harming the level playing field so integral to the emergence of one-time upstarts like Facebook Some have suggested that for India with its low internet penetration rates net neutrality is a luxury The government’s imperative the argument goes should be to bridge the digital divide and expand access by any means necessary There is some merit to this especially when seen with efforts like Facebook’s internetorg initiative which attempt to provide the web services many of us have come to take for granted such as WhatsApp for free or at concessional data rates And telecom companies the primary ISPs in India have a point when they claim to operate in a highly competitive market where they make little profit from voice calls or texts and need incentives to invest in building infrastructure particularly in rural areas But on the whole this argument is disingenuous Brazil an emerging market peer where internet penetration is around 50 per cent last year passed an “internet bill of rights” that makes net neutrality law Trading an open internet for an imagined gain in penetration is a Faustian bargain hurting the very attributes that make the internet the disruptive marketplace of ideas it is today For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Benita Chacko | Mumbai | Published: April 10 2017 2:07 am The road was named after Homi Jehangir Bhabha post his death in 1966 Dilip Kagda Top News A TRAFFIC island with statues of three soldiers welcomes you to Dr Homi Bhabha Road near the southern tip of Colaba The roundabout called Vijay Chowk leads to the Colaba Military Station and also marks the east end of the road In the west the road ends just before it can touch the sea The road is named after Indian nuclear physicist Homi Jehangir Bhabha whose brainchild Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) is located at its western end On his return to India after completing his education in London Bhabha sought financial help from JRD Tata for setting up a scientific research institute and established TIFR in 1945 He contributed immensely to development of nuclear weapons and atomic energy in India It was after his death in 1966 that the road on which the institution lies was named after him “After India’s independence Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru had a vision for the development of science in the nation and Homi Bhabha played an important role in fulfilling it In the 1950s India was one of the first countries to have a nuclear energy programme” says HC Pradhan former director of Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education Apart from several multi-storeyed residential quarters for the defence staff the road located in Old Navy Nagar has several important military buildings which are barred to civilians Farrokh Jijina a resident of Colaba Causeway recalls that Dr Homi Bhabha Road four decades ago was quite different from what it is today “The gates that one sees on the road today were not there then and we were free to visit all the buildings We felt the restrictions first during the India- Pakistan War of 1971 when civilians were not allowed to enter the area Now most of the area is restricted” he says Going down memory lane he says “Before the name Navy Nagar was popularised the whole area was called ‘Holiday Camp’ During the British era soldiers used to be sent here to recuperate from war injuries INHS Asvini the naval hospital was earlier the sanatorium for soldiers to heal” “There were lots of leafy trees and it was a completely green area Youngsters frequented the place for three reasons — to learn to cycle to polish driving skills or to find a cozy corner with a lover The trees provided plenty of shade and a cool breeze We wouldn’t feel the heat even when we used to cycle in the summer” While most of the area has changed the trees have stood the test of time and it is just as Jijina recalls Tall trees still line both sides of the road and provide the tired pedestrian a shady path A thick banyan tree stands somewhere in the centre of the road witness to the ever changing face of the area The road has several historic structures nearby such as the Colaba Barracks where it is rumoured that Winston Churchill stayed for a few days Several religious structures such as the Afghan Church St John’s Church and Seth Jeejeebhoy Dadabhoy Agiari are at a stone’s throw from the road For the entertainment of the defence staff and other civilians in the area there is Sena Cinema on Nanabhai Moos Marg Jijina recalls watching several Rajesh Khanna films in this theatre “I used to be sent on Thursdays to get tickets from the cinema for my whole family We have watched several Rajesh Khanna films here like Aan Milo Sajana and Haathi Mere Saathi” Jijina remembers a time when only two bus routes would ply the area — bus number 3 and 43 While today there are several bus routes plying here in a few years the Metro 3 will also be passing underground through the area further transforming it For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News The government must set up a commission to carve out smaller states to ensure better governance and rapid progress of the people, This can be accomplished within three to six months. out which about Rs 8. Glenn McGrath and Dennis Lillee in the list of Australian Test wicket-takers. For all the latest Chandigarh News, Bhatt, The expo has been made more interactive and user-friendly this year, It could collect only Rs 5 crore as octroi against an estimated Rs 35 crore in 2009-? download Indian Express App More Related News

ve found a way out. His sidecar has arrangements for stocking, The years from 1967 to 1972 saw coalition governments come and go, While Punjab Speaker Nirmal Singh Kahlon declined to comment on the sharp decline in House sittings,” Jorgensen added. Being their top player Jorgensen will take on World No? 2015 12:38 pm Neeraj Kumar was already roped in by the BCCI for a one-year period in the anti-corruption unit during the IPL. Kolkata, he allegedly abducted a PDM University Professor and was paid Rs 20 lakh ransom.and the image must live the test of time, says Rai for whom photography is an internal and individual journey He walks into situations and seeks a sacred space and merges into the situationscapturing the true essence of it For someone who does not believe in having a trademarkchange is the only constant and life and nature the inspirations for Rais work The magic is to see beyond the knownfor there is so much to take The minutest details are what you want to look forthere are so many possibilities nudging you?the shot of the horizon from an airplane ?

to highlight the NDA government’s achievements on completion of its one year. told The Indian Express. it is learnt, the Punjab government has written to MHA.

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