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18-year-old Deepti Sharma was the wrecker in chief, “It was clear from the start that Holger Badstuber, The Supreme Court on Friday disqualified 67-year-old prime minister Nawaz Sharif for dishonesty and ruled that corruption cases be filed against him and his children over the Panama Papers scandal, By: Express News Service | Surat | Updated: October 28, joining hands firmly with China in future for further cooperation.We offer this apology with utmost sincerity We have listened carefully to the criticism and will use the lessons learnt over the last two days to improve our processes in future For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsKolkata:Dissatisfied with the Kolkata Police for calling the mysterious death of Aabesh Dasgupta an "accident" the family of the teenager on Friday knocked on the doors of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee seeking justice Aabesh 17 was found lying in a pool of blood on the ground floor car park of well known writer Amit Chaudhuri’s apartment complex in south Kolkata’s Ballygunge where he had gone to attend a birthday party on 23 July File image of Mamata Banerjee PTI A blood soaked neck of a broken bottle was recovered from the spot While the family has been claiming that Aabesh was murdered and the police registered a murder case investigators on Thursday citing circumstantial evidence ruled out any foul play or conspiracy and suggested the death could be accidental Based on CCTV footage the police have claimed that Aabesh tried to jump a ramp in the parking lot while holding an alcohol bottle in his hand While jumping he tripped and fell on the broken bottle and suffered an injury to the armpit resulting in profuse bleeding which ultimately caused his death Police however have said their findings are still inconclusive The Dasgupta family which has been claiming it to be a "pre-planned murder" dubbed the police’s ‘accident’ theory as an attempt to cover up and met Chief Minister Banerjee on the day "We told her (Banerjee) that there are still many unanswered questions many loose ends She gave a patient hearing to all our apprehensions and assured the truth will be unravelled" Aabesh’s mother Rimjhim Dasgupta said after the meeting "The Chief Minister said whatever the police have said needs to be proved She assured us that everything will be done to ensure justice" added Dasgupta Besides arresting three people for selling liquor to minors the police has interrogated the teenagers accompanying Aabesh on the fateful day as also writer Chaudhuri By: Express Web Desk | Updated: September 9 2017 4:35 pm Kevin Anderson also becomes the lowest-ranked man to play in the US Open final since the beginning of ATP rankings in 1973 (Source: AP) Related News Kevin Anderson of South Africa created history after becoming the first player from his country since Cliff Drysdale in 1965 to make it to the US Open final In the first semifinal of the day at Arthur Ashe stadium Anderson faced the 12th seeded Pablo Carreno Busta of Spain who was also featuring in his maiden US Open semifinal Anderson also became the lowest-ranked man to play in the US Open final since the beginning of ATP rankings in 1973 He lost the first set of the match but later made a solid comeback to register a four set win clinching the match 4-6 7-5 6-3 6-4 to feature in his maiden Grand Slam final against the top seeded Rafael Nadal on Sunday Semifinal: Kevin Anderson (28) vs Pablo Carreno Busta (12) Anderson maintained pressure on Busta through his serves as he smashed 22 aces to accompany 58 winners Busta on the other hand hadn’t dropped a single set before the semifinal Quarterfinal: Kevin Anderson (28) vs Sam Querrey (17) Anderson had a tough challenge in the quarterfinal as he faced the 17th seed Sam Querrey of the United States In a hard fought battle of four sets Anderson managed to pull off another victory by 7-6 6-7 6-3 7-6 to enter his maiden Grand Slam semifinal Fourth Round: Kevin Anderson (28) vs Paolo Lorenzi In the fourth round Anderson was up against Italy’s Paolo Lorenzi who was the first player in the tournament to stretch Anderson’s game up to four sets But the Italian failed to stop Anderson’s stunning run at US Open losing by 6-4 6-3 6-7 4-6 Third Round: Kevin Anderson (28) vsBorna Coric In the third round Anderson met the Croatian Borna Coric He didn’t find it tough to pip Coric and finished his third consecutive match in straight sets winning 6-4 6-3 6-2 Second Round: Kevin Anderson (28) vs Ernests Gulbis Anderson’s second round match featured Latvia’s Ernests Gulbis where the South African dominated the first set and carried his momentum to win the match in three sets 6-3 7-5 6-4 First Round: Kevin Anderson (28) vs Juan Cruz Aragone Anderson began his US Open campaign against Juan Cruz Aragone of the United States registering a comfortable win in straight sets 6-3 6-3 6-1 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Published: August 21 2017 7:47 pm Anirban Lahiri frustrated with his performance in California (Source: File) Top News Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri’s troubles with the putter continued into the final round and he ended with a round of two-over 72 which saw him drop down 11 places to be at tied-28th at the Wyndham Championship on the PGA Tour The Indian ace missed a whole lot of putts inside 10 feet and totalled nine-under 271 with rounds of 65-66-68-72 He has improved two places on the FedExCup standings to 63rd He will now feature in the Play-offs which begin this week with the Northern Trust Championships At the top Swede Henrik Stenson made a bunch of birdies on the back four in five holes from 13th to 17th and finished with a round of six-under 64 and that helped him get to a tournament record total of 22-under 258 at Sedgefield Country Club A disappointed Lahiri said “This is very frustrating It (the putting) has reached a point where it might begin to hurt my confidence I needed 35 today and the average has been around 32 You can’t expect to contend or win golf tournaments with that “I need to do something drastic It is hurting The bogeys on the back nine were all because of missed putts It was like a reverse momentum You hit a good shot get to the greens and within 12 feet and then walk off with a bogey That’s how it has been” Stenson broke the course’s 72-hole record set by Carl Pettersson in 2008 and matched last year by Si Woo Kim The Swede earned USD 1044000 and 500 FedExCup points for his sixth win on tour and his first since the 2016 British Open Ollie Schniederjans shot a 64 to finish second Webb Simpson was 18 under after a 67 Low scores and tight leaderboards once again were the norm at Sedgefield With seven holes left for the final pairing four players — Stenson Schniederjans Ryan Armour and Kevin Na — shared the lead at 18 under But Stenson stepped up the pace with a series of birdies to lock in the title For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Patna | Published: April 21 2017 2:27 pm Top News The Patna District Administration on Thursday took strong note of non-payment by some chit fund companies to their depositors and asked all police stations to furnish reports within a month about the companies operating in their areas “Around 15-20 complaints have been lodged by the small depositors with Public Grievance Redressal Authority saying that the (chit fund) companies in which they deposited their hard earned money are not making re-payment of their amount” Patna District Magistrate Sanjay Kumar Agarwal told reporters in Patna “We have taken strong note of these complaints and asked all the police stations of Patna district to furnish their respective reports within a month about the Non-Banking Financial Companies and Chit Fund companies operating in their areas” Agarwal said adding that the magnitude of fraud if any could be known once reports from police stations are received in this regard The administration will take stern action against the companies which are illegally operating to take deposits from small investors he said adding that daily-wagers who deposit Rs 10-20 on a daily basis are the common victims of such companies He asked such aggrieved depositors to make complaints either with Additional District Magistrate (Special) entrusted for the job or with Public Grievance Redressal Authority Referring to Bihar Protection of Interest of Depositors Act 2002 which was amended in 2013 the DM said that the state government has made stringent law to protect the interest of investors (depositors) As per the law NBFCs and chit fund companies have to take permission from the respective District Magistrates of the districts in which they intend to operate he said The act empowers the DMs to carry out search seizure and inquiry in case of any irregularities relating to these companies sources said For all the latest Patna News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Jahangir Aziz | Published: October 11 2012 2:28 am Related News Low-key reformsmore than FDI and fuel price hikeswould yield dividends What a difference a month can make For almost two years the government appeared helpless as growth fellinvestment languishedand the rupee depreciated relentlessly And nowstarting mid-Septemberthe government has gone on a reform blitzdramatically changing investment sentiment The key to this change was the formation of a new economic team in Delhi in July While previously the space for policy action was seen as circumscribed by fragile coalition politicsit was now felt that the eventual political damage from continued growth slowdown and a possible credit downgrade outweighed the risks of upsetting the coalition allies Rather than blaming the global economic slowdownthe new team focused on domestic policies to counteract its impact Markets and corporate India naturally celebrated the policy blitz But in the last few daysmarkets have turned more cautiousseeking clarity on where the reforms agenda was heading and what these changes meant for a turnaround in growth Added to that is the concern that the data flow over the next two to three months will not reflect the market euphoria While everyone understands that it takes time for reforms to have an impacta turnaround in data is needed before the markets patience runs out A revival in corporate investment is key to this And it is here that the market is most nervous Will India Inc act soon Is there enough in the reforms to unclog investment In partthis reflects the sudden unleashing of reforms One really hasnt had time to step back and separate the wheat from the chaff that several policy changes have glossed overand which may well turn out to be critical for investment Consider the initial reforms of raising diesel priceslimiting the use of subsidised cooking gasand FDI in multibrand retail These were all political lightning rods and it is quite likely that the government chose these reforms precisely because they were politically sensitive enough to demonstrate decisively that policy paralysis was over And the reforms did the job admirably What about their economic impact On the face of itthe increases in fuel prices were sorely needed and substantial: 12-13 per cent for diesel and 40 per cent equivalent for cooking gas The effect on inflation in the coming months will be tellingadding 15 percentage points to the headline rate Howeverthe purpose for which they were undertakennamelybudgetary savingis likely to be less than 01 per cent of GDP Fuel prices need to be raised much more just to keep to the budgeted subsidy bill What about FDI in multibrand retail Recall that this was first proposed late last yearsurprisinglyin the midst of a particularly contentious parliamentary sessiononly to be retracted at the first sign of opposition from allies Resuscitating this was more a reflection of the symbolism it carried than its impact on growth Can Walmart change Indias agricultural supply chain Perhapsbut we wont know for many years and the potential capital inflow is likely to be modest Beyond these no gutsno glory reformslet me highlight three that have been less noticed First is the direct cash transfer thatit is plannedwill eventually cover all household subsidies While putting Indias rating on a negative outlookcredit agencies had cited rising subsidies as one of their two key concerns The cash transfer builds on Indias ambitious biometric identity card programmewhich will take time to reach its mandated target of 600 million But this still remains the governments best defence against the accusation that it is not doing enough to cap the subsidy bill Leakages from the subsidy programmes are large and cash transfers could cut the cost significantly Second is the operationalisation of the infrastructure debt funds (IDFs) In the last few yearsthe private sector has funded 30 per cent of infrastructure investmentmostly through bank financing This has increased the indebtedness of several infrastructure companies and ominously concentrated bank loans in this sector The proposed IDFsby refinancing debtare expected to reduce the debt service of the infrastructure companies and free up bank financing The former is still difficult Many firms are significantly leveragedsuch that they are likely to need to raise capital before IDFs are even willing to lend to them Howevereven if financing of only some of the stalled projects is easedthe best hope is to revive investment quickly Helpfullythe reduction of withholding tax on infrastructure bonds and the easing of investment norms of insurance companies have opened new sources of demand for IDF bonds Third is the change in the governments attitude towards capital markets and the rupee By all accountsthe new economic team appears keenly aware that containing the deficit requires continued strong capital markets and an appreciated rupee: the former to raise the budgeted 08 per cent of GDP in disinvestment and spectrum salesthe latter to keep oil subsidies from blowing up and forcing another round of large fuel price hikes The acceptance of this path of least resistance is likely to continue to influence policy changes and reforms And in this regardone expects the government to raise the foreign investment limit in government securities and cut the associated withholding tax Separatelythere are two reforms that are game-changing for medium-term fiscal sustainability and growthbut both need to be passed by the legislature The first is the nationwide GST The current differences are small and can be resolved by following the suggestions of the 13th finance commission But it requires the government to work with the opposition to get the constitutional amendment passed and ensure that it is ready for implementation after the general elections in 2014 One compromise could be passing the bill but leaving the implementation to whoever wins the elections If such a consensus can be reached then the second concern of the rating agencies will also be addressed There is also the land acquisition bill This is a key implementation risk that projects face The cabinet is yet to approve the revised bill and reaching a consensus on this is understandably difficult But if the government can progress on these two reforms then a strong recovery in 2013 is pretty much assured The writer is India chief economistJP Morgan Chase Views are personal [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News

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