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Asked about the quarter-final loss in Rio Olympics, Jai Mata Di,appointed the president of the Cricket Association?Am congratulating myself?But reports of these families would be verified both from the victims and locals, the official said He said the administration may also felicitate such people For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Press Trust Of India | Dahod | Published: June 5 2013 4:02 am Related News Three childrenincluding two girls of a familydrowned Tuesday when they accompanied their mother for washing clothes at a check dam over Hadaf river near Limkheda town herepolice said Vijay Hathila (8) suddenly fell into the water while her mother was washing clothes In an attempt to save himtwo sisters Kanta (21) and Neeta (15) also jumped into the waterthey said Some youthswho were nearbytried to save the trio but did not succeedpolice further said Their bodies were fished out from the water laterpolice added and registered a case of accidental deaths For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arshad Ali | Kolkata | Published: July 7 2013 5:56 am Top News One of the participants of the Travel and Tourism Fair 2013 Gujarat Tourism department said internetwhich was one of the strongest criterion of attracting touristswas not something Kolkata could be proud of I find the internet speed very slow Connection at even Rajkot is better? and the axing of the Waugh twins one year before the 2003 edition. the channel will unveil a video featuring the common man across the country to sing under the campaign #MyCountryMyVoiceMyAnthem. also stars Vivek Oberoi, ? has made it to ‘Oscar Qualifying Film Festival’ for his latest film: PASHI.

It is also true that in most cases, the distribution of ministries is like carving up the spoils of war Satwant Kaur Mahilpur Too much confusion Apropos of ‘DGP faces flak but many gaps in Badaun girls’ murder probe’ (IE June 9) yielding to the pressure of the victims’ family and various political parties Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has agreed to recommend a CBI inquiry The media is free to draw its own conclusions but the head of the UP police should certainly not have caused confusion by publicly talking about various theories It is up to the investigators to find out the truth by scrutinising the evidence available MC Joshi Lucknow Say no This refers to ‘Naidu is CM acts first on loan waivers’ (IE June 9) There is no doubt that Chandrababu Naidu deserves all the credit for leading the TDP-BJP to victory in Seemandhra But Naidu’s pledge to write off bank loans to farmers and women’s self-help groups is ill advised This needs to be opposed tooth and nail by the Narendra Modi government It is estimated that this loan waiver stunt will cost the government a colossal Rs 54000 crore it is almost certain that Naidu will approach the Union government for financial assistance The Modi government should not succumb to Naidu’s entreaties The Central government needs to put its foot down and refuse to give into any such demands from other states as well V Chandramohan Mumbai Revisiting law This refers to the editorial ‘The Rajasthan route’ (IE June 9) Scores of archaic provisions in our existing labour laws which act as great stumbling blocks for industrial growth and job creation deserve to be repealed The decision of the Rajasthan government to bring in amendments to Central labour laws is a step in the right direction It is imperative for the state and Union governments to revisit labour laws with the twin objectives of making them industry friendly and protecting the basic rights of workers M Jeyaram Sholavandan For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsRameswaram : On the first death anniversary of former President APJ Abdul Kalam the foundation stone for building a national memorial was laid at his burial site Pei Karumbu in Rameswaram on Wednesday Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar while laying down the stone said the construction work would begin soon and the memorial will be built in record time File image of APJ Abdul Kalam PTI Rameswaram is around 600 km from Chennai Union Minister for Urban Development and Information and Broadcasting M Venkaiah Naidu and Minister of State for Road Transport and Highways and Shipping Pon Radhakrishnan and other ministers from the Tamil Nadu government also participated in the event A bronze life-size statue of Kalam was also unveiled at the venue Naidu said the memorial will be akin to a mosque a temple and a church "It is to tell the future generation that such a great person was born in this pious land" Naidu said Kalam passed away on 27 July 2015 due to cardiac arrest while delivering a lecture at IIM-Shillong Written by Ila Patnaik | Published: April 30 2013 12:44 am Related News Its tilt to consumption-led growth is good news for India and the global economy Unlike in Indiathe slowdown in Chinese growth appears to be not merely a cyclical downturnbut lower trend growth rate that Chinese policymakers see as desirable It forms part of Chinas strategy to rebalance the domestic macroeconomy towards a slower growth rate of employmentlower investment and higher consumption This is good news for global rebalancing as Chinas exchange rate policy should now become more flexibleChinese current account surpluses should come down and accumulation of Chinese forex reserves should slow down or stop For Indiaa relatively more consumption-oriented China could mean higher exportsboth to China and the rest of the worldlower commodity prices and less of a pressure from exporters for exchange rate intervention After growth at double digits for many yearsChina grew at a much slower 77 per cent in the first quarter of the year At a recent conference in BeijingI heard Chinese policymakers sounding fairly comfortable with this lower growth Indeedthey argued lower growth in China was desirable It almost seemed that it was planned The main arguments in favour of lower growth an average of 8 per cent in the next 10 years and 7 per cent thereafter was mainly Chinas demographics As the Chinese working-age population starts shrinking due to the replacement of the current working population by those born after the one-child policy was put in placethere is less need for high job growth The last few decades were ones in which China was trying to meet two objectives: earn foreign exchange and create jobs The high growth rate of job creation was necessary to absorb the large number of people joining the labour force If the same growth rate continuesChina will have labour shortages With a slower growth of the working population and labour forcewage growth rather than employment growth will be the focus SecondChina has undertaken significant infrastructure investment in recent decades In coastal areasChina has met its targets for infrastructure investment It now needs to utilise better the infrastructure that it has created Some estimates even show that Chinas infrastructure investment has been excessive The need for additional investment in infrastructure is lowerand so the investment strategy will be modified accordingly A shift towards domestic consumption-led growth will make the Chinese growth model less dependent on exports In episodes of global slowdown like the recent onethe Chinese economy can then continue to grow more steadily The decline in the Chinese trade surplus and slower exports after the crisis have made it evident thateven if desirablethe policy of export-led growth was unlikely to be sustainable At the recent IMF-World Bank meetings in Washington DCChina has indicated that it will allow the renminbi to move in a wider band than it has hitherto This effectively means that it will allow the yuan to appreciate This will make Chinese exports more expensive and imports into China cheaper Such an exchange rate regime will be more suitable for a domestic consumption-ledrather than an export-led growth strategy An appreciation of the yuan will also allow other emerging economies to permit their currencies to be more flexible Today when China sustains a policy of an undervalued exchange rate through its intervention and sterilisationother central banks often come under pressure to do the same The context in which China has been able to financially repress the system and pay low or negative real interest rates to households is unlikely to work in more market-oriented and democratic countries It will be a relief for other EM (emerging market) central bankers not to have the kind of pressure they face thanks to China today One of the origins of the global crisis was diagnosed to be the cheap funding available in the US economy owing to Chinese purchase of US treasury bills The high level of liquidityasset price bubbles andfinallythe meltdown were said to be caused by the Chinese policy of keeping consumption lowsavings high and then pushing those savings into the USwhere households consumed too much and did not save This arrangement was facilitated by the Chinese exchange rate policy A change in the Chinese policy is expected to lead to a global rebalancing For Indiawhich has had an economy much more based on domestic consumptionwhere the domestic savings to GDP ratio is closer to 30 per centin contrast to Chinas 50 per centa rebalancing in China is good news Not only is a more rebalanced world a better and more sustainable business environmentwith less vulnerable risksbut India could gain directly as it is often seen as a competitor to China In areas where India can compete with Chinese products for a share of the marketits exports can benefit In additionif India is able to enter the market in certain productsit stands to gain As China focuses more on growth in servicesas it has seen recentlyas well as high-end productsaway from the low-end manufacturing that dominated its growth modelIndian exports stand a better chance Lower investment in China is likely to lead to a softening of global commodity prices As a large commodity importerIndia stands to benefit from softer prices Though it may be argued that global growth may slow down if China slows downas the Chinese policymakers argueif the growth can be higher quality growthprotecting the environment and reducing pollutionwith higher wage growthmore innovation and less distortionsthe world stands to gain Economic stability is not the only issue at stake Political stability in China is a challenge as inequality has grown If China does not follow a wider consumption-based growth modelthe bigger challenge may be political rather than economic stability It seems that the Chinese government has set the forces for domestic rebalancing in placeit remains to be seen how successful the policy will be The writerprofessor at the National Institute of Public Finance and PolicyDelhiis a consulting editor for The Indian Express [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: March 24 2015 12:01 am Related News On May 22 1987 members of the Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) rounded up about 50 Muslim men from Hashimpura a settlement in Meerut and allegedly shot at least 42 of them in one night before dumping the bodies in nearby canals Nearly 28 years later the Delhi High Court has pronounced no one guilty of the Hashimpura massacre It was nine years before a chargesheet was filed 15 years before the case was shifted to Delhi 19 years before the current public prosecutor was appointed by the government and the first prosecution witness could give his testimony After nearly three decades it is perhaps inevitable that the court should find insufficient evidence against the 16 PAC personnel who stood trial But if those 16 did not murder the men from Hashimpura who did This question cannot be left unanswered The turbulent 1980s and early-1990s spawned a raft of unresolved cases of large-scale communal violence — Moradabad 1980 Bhagalpur 1989 Mumbai 1992 and Delhi 1984 Hashimpura like these cases symbolises the many ways in which the state has failed the victims especially the minorities In every instance processes of justice meandered as timelines stretched into eternity and crucial evidence was irretrievably lost The familiar story of judicial delay is complicated by the charges of state complicity through apathy inaction or active involvement At Hashimpura the PAC was directly implicated in the violence — it is not without reason that it established a reputation for being a flagrantly communal force — and the subsequent delays could easily be read as attempts by the state to protect its own Gujarat 2002 which played out before a horrified national audience on live TV sparked a clamour that forced the Supreme Court to step in and take charge monitor the judicial process and even transfer several cases outside the state leading to justice and closure in many instances But for the rest the state’s record on delivering justice in cases of large-scale communal violence has remained dismal as has been most recently on show in Muzaffarnagar Kneejerk solutions like those proposed in the communal violence bill — giving draconian powers to the state government in areas declared communally disturbed and addressing offences already covered by existing laws — or fast track courts to dispose of special cases are not the answer The search for long-term solutions must be triggered by and it must return to urgent questions such as this one: Who killed the victims of Hashimpura For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 8 2017 6:15 pm Virat Kohli-led Indian team is the best in world cricket believes Marvan Atapattu (Source: AP) Related News Former Sri Lankan skipper Marvan Atapattu has stated that the Virat Kohli led team India is the best side in world cricket Atapattu who is scheduled to mentor Karnataka Premier League side Belagavi Panthers also revealed that he was disappointed at the performance of the hosts In an interview with International Business Times Atapattu said “Now India is the best not only in the sub continent but outside too Sri Lanka unfortunately have been having problems I will stay away from using the word transition because that has been going on for too long for my liking When you look at the players and the group obviously you feel that they lack self-confidence” When asked if Virat Kohli was the best batsman in the world the former skipper said “Virat is batting as well as anybody I have seen in my career If he continues to bat this way obviously it doesn’t have to come from me he will go past everybody But in reality cricket won’t stay the same There will be both good and bad times The important thing is how he comes out of bad times when he gets into It happened to him in England but he came out of it But it (bad form) won’t happen to him too many times Certainly he is the best in world cricket today” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Ravish Tiwari | Published: October 25 2012 2:53 am Related News Straw polls The BJPs performance in bypolls to Lok Sabha seats vacated by President Pranab Mukherjee (Jangipur) and Uttarakhand Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna (Tehri) appears to have brought cheers to the Sangh Parivar with its journalOrganiserdevoting prominent place to the national mood Its cover story declares that the bypoll results the BJP winning Tehri and improving its voteshare in Jangipur were serious reverses,The spaces here are begging for it, he says Kerkar gave up practising medicine to pursue his passion for visual arts and the sea was an inspiration to create work that invites the viewer to be a collaborator The exhibition of photographs in black-and-white depict the varied installations Kerkar has done on the beach and the seashore with materials such as seashellsglassespebblesbamboo and old tyres Arresting in both dimension and conceptis his series of works titled Mussel Shells Wave where the contours of the sand and the shells create impression of foliage In another workThe Fishermen and the BoatKerkar creates the impression of a boat being rowed by a group of fishermenusing their hands as oars The Moon and the Tides is an intervention in the landscapewith Kerkar creating a full moon with white shellsone that gleams in the dark of the night Waves keep wetting the sandand then suddenlya new wave wets new sand and thats creativity The sea is my muse and master? 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Suryawanshi has denied assaulting Vanarase. Sharma said that the Congress urges all parties concerned to resolve the Palestine issue peacefully and expeditiously in accordance with the 1993 Oslo Accord between Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin of Israel and PLO Chairman Yasir Arafat. Patel has been re-nominated as the party’s candidate for the 8 August Rajya Sabha election.she said that she is thinking of launching a fashion line, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: September 15, Soon, "if patriots win we go on a date? Romance has to have edge like in “Jism”, “If I would have got an earth-shattering script, a focused campaign to dramatically improve this ranking could be instrumental to reviving growth and creating jobs.

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