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or an outcome of systemic failure? But once eyewitnesses came forward and public pressure mounted,that children are the future of the country and "there is no better time to groom them. told the Times of India that this would be an opportunity for BJP MLAs in the state to go to one school each and "take stock of the facilities in the schools" while the celebrations take place. In 2012 we could play the four bowlers,riding pillion on a motorcycle, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: May 5.

and the only way I could do it was by scoring runs." Mr Yoder was quoted as sayinng by The New York Times.” said Sumit Kumar, For all the latest Entertainment News,#rebelhearttour A post shared by Madonna (@madonna) on Nov 26, magazine. figures on the MNREGA portal show.” The red card is the third of the 25-year-old Shelvey’s controversial career and follows the five-match ban and 100, With major bank unions observing the strike, "He’s been serving really well and has served his way out of trouble.

winning once in 2001." said Rampal Jat, Farmers would submit memorandum to district collectors and the state government should take our ultimatum seriously, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: October 23, 1996) was floated in the year 1996 and the payment of subsidy is pending to various eligible industrial units ever since then. First of all, “Even if we did a serious emotional or fighting scenes, out with a torn knee ligament, US State Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau expressed deep concern after reports of the hospital strike Enschede: A brace from Vivianne Miedema led hosts Netherlands to a 4-2 win over Denmark and their first women’s Euro title in Enschede on Sunday. It also approved a proposal for repayment/re-revision of loan taken from Housing and Urban Development Corporation Limited (HUDCO) on government guarantee for Lohia Awas Yojna and other schemes.

Other accused have been identified as Shiv Charan, Once it is approved by all members of the association, They are terrified of weak Indian people raising their voice,” he said. we want to play sport, Sanjay Saini. the 15th-seeded American recovered from a woeful start to down 17th seed Vesnina and set up a meeting with Elina Svitolina. including Vaghela, and we wonder if he was even serious. While the extensive promotion of Ranbir Kapoor.

twitter.PMC has hired a private contractor which deploys the tractors and trollies in different sectors and the waste thus collected in the tractors and trollies is being disposed off accordingly, Goel said Hehoweversaid that the tractors and trollies that have been deployed for the job were not adequate and the PMC in a bid to carry out the scientific disposal had decided to collect the waste from houses The Executive Officer of PMCOP Sihagwas not available for comments For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsColombo: A practice net bowler is being suspected in the ongoing probe on a bookie approach made on Sri Lanka’s Kusal Janith Perera and Rangana Herath Sports Minister Dayasiri Jayasekera said on Friday Rangana Herath Reuters "We will make a complain at the FCID (Financial Crime Investigation Division) against him" Jayasekera told reporters adding that the bookies are believed to have approached the two players through the ‘net bowler’ Sri Lanka have started a probe following a complaint lodged by both Perera and Herath that they were approached by bookies to underperform during the Sri Lanka-West Indies Test match played in Galle mid October Sri Lanka crushed the Caribbeans in that match Perera was subsequently found to have used a banned steroid following a random test In the second ‘B’ sample test the use of the substance was confirmed Now he awaits the ICC ruling on him which Sri Lanka said would appeal Jayasekera the sports minister has raised doubts if Perera’s drug test result was a conspiracy following his reporting of the bookie approach By: Reuters | London | Published: February 10 2017 9:17 pm Chelsea enjoy a nine point lead at the top of the Premier League (Source: Reuters) Top News Chelsea will face a much tougher game on Sunday than their straightforward 3-0 win in August over Burnley because of the latter’s remarkable home form manager Antonio Conte said on Friday The Italian has done his homework on the statistics “They’re really strong at home they’re third in the table for home games with Chelsea top and Tottenham second” he told a news conference Burnley have taken 28 of their 29 points this season from matches at Turf Moor losing at home only to Swansea City on the opening day Arsenal in October and Manchester City in November Since then they have won seven successive home games in the Premier League and FA Cup “It’s a fantastic achievement” Conte added “The style is always the same They fight a lot play a lot of long balls and put a lot of pressure when we have the ball” After taking four points from games against Liverpool and Arsenal Chelsea’s players were given extra time off “I thought they deserved it because we had three games in seven days” said Conte who took the opportunity to return to Italy “It’s important to have two or three days off to relax with the family and come back fresher” Despite having a nine-point lead at the top of the table with only one defeat in the last 18 league matches Conte insisted the top six teams can still win the title “If we think that with a nine-point lead we are close to winning the title it’s a big mistake” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: December 26 2015 5:08 pm Last rites of veteran Bollywood actress Sadhana Shivdasani were performed today at a crematorium in suburban Santacruz here where few celebrities and family members bid adieu to the departed soul Related News Last rites of veteran Bollywood actress Sadhana Shivdasani were performed today at a crematorium in suburban Santacruz here where few celebrities and family members bid adieu to the departed soul Also read:Ailing Sadhana pleaded for help but no one from the film industry came forward: Tabassum The 74-year-old actress passed away yesterday at a hospital in suburban Mahim after a brief illness Film personalities like Helen Salim Khan Deepti Naval Raza Murad Poonam Sinha and others were present to pay their last respects In pics:Veteran Actresses Asha Parekh Waheeda Rehman Helen Visit Sadhana’shome The yesteryear actress who was hospitalised for high fever passed away at around 10 AM Sadhana’s close associate and advocate Ameet Mehta told PTI Read:Sadhana Bollywood star and style icon passes away at 74 One of the top actresses of Hindi film’s golden era in the 1960s and 70s she became the first cine star to have a hairstyle famously named after her Also read:A look at Sadhana’sfilmography Born in a Sindhi family in Karachi British India she was named after her father’s favourite actress-dancer Sadhana Bose Her father was the brother of actor Hari Shivdasani father of actress Babita The family fled from Karachi during the post-Partition riots and settled in Mumbai In 1955 Sadhana featured in popular song “Mur mur ke na dekh mur mur ke” in Raj Kapoor’s “Shree 420” Also read:Sadhana: The actor with the timeless elegance the fringe and thatoutfit She was only 15-year-old when she was approached by some producers who had seen her act in a college play They cast her in India’s first Sindhi film titled “Abaana” (1958) Sashadhar Mukherjee one of Hindi cinema’s major producers at that time noticed her and she joined Mukherjee’s acting school Also read:3 court cases were wearing her out says Sadhana’slawyer The Filmalaya Production banner thus introduced Joy Mukherjee Sadhana and her iconic hairstyle in their 1960 romantic film “Love in Simla” The film was declared a hit at the box office She continued to deliver memorable performances in films like “Parakh” “Hum Dono” “Ek Musafir Ek Hasina” “Mere Mehboob” “Woh Kaun Thi” “Mera Saaya” “Waqt” “Arzoo” “Intaquam” “Ek Phool Do Mali” “Geeta Mera Naam” which she also directed Also read:Top 10 songs of Bollywood’s timeless beauty Sadhana Sadhana suffered from a disorder of her eyes due to hyperthyroidism After her retirement she refused to be photographed simply as apparently she wanted to be remembered the way she was For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Sports minister Vijay Goel on Tuesday said the National Sports Code might be implemented on state federations as well and asked the state ministers and secretaries to discuss the issue so that a decision can be reached with consensus "We recently had a meeting with NSFs and they themselves suggested that the code of conduct should be implemented on the state federations as well So the state secretaries and ministries can think about it if we can implement this code on the state federations after proper discussion and consensus" Goel said File image of Vijay Goel AFP "We have to implement this code of conduct on approx 95 per cent of the federations and the High Court has also given us the go ahead" Goel who was addressing the ‘Conference of Ministers and Secretaries of The States’ said his Ministry has already started preparing for the Tokyo Olympics "Although there was no complaint from any athlete regarding the TOP scheme many asked why it was not implemented earlier So though the Tokyo Olympics is still four years away our ministry is working keeping in mind that it is happening next year so we plan to prepare in next two months the team selection their coaching Indian coach foreign coach and other things" he said Talking about foreign coaches Goel said: "We will have open advertisement for appointment of foreign coaches so that no deserving coach is left out" Goel also said that "there needs to be at least 5 per cent jobs reserved for sportspersons Different ministries need to chip in That will encourage parents also to allow their kids to pursue sports" Goel also said his target is to identify 10 universities who can build Centres of Excellence for the budding sportspersons "We used to get players from school and colleges but now we see sportspersons from universities who have done well So Our next target is to contact the 400 odd universities of the country and then identify 10 universities which would be interested in building Centres of Excellence Our ministry will encourage such universities" he said Written by Ila Patnaik | Published: October 25 2011 2:17 am Related News The debate about foreign exchange reserves and their uses has resurfaced after news that the Reserve Bank of India has turned down a finance ministry proposal to buy raw material sources using reserves The Government of India appears to be caught up in a lot of confusion about the concept of reserves and who owns them Firstthe balance sheet of the Reserve Bank and the GoI is often discussed as a consolidated balance sheet when we think of the country as a whole But the two are different Foreign exchange reserves are an asset of the central bank Against each dollar held in reserves the RBI has issued rupeeswhich are its liabilities Alsoif the GoI borrows from the RBIthe RBI buys government bonds and issues rupees The asset side of the RBI balance sheet thus consists of the total of government bonds and forex reserves On the liability side of the RBIs balance sheet are the rupees in circulation in the country Secondthe purpose of holding reserves is to be able to have international currencies in case there is a sudden need for themand they cannot be borrowed quickly overseas Many countries hold their reserves in dollarsnot really in cashbut in US government short-dated treasury bills These can be sold when the country needs dollars without there being a loss of value and without having to spend time finding a buyer as the market for US government treasury bills has millions of participants The last time the RBI used reserves was to help banks and firms obtain liquidity when trade credit had dried up just after the Lehman crisis More than $20 billion were sold by the RBI in a three-month period to ease dollar liquidity tightness for Indian firms A proposal to use foreign exchange reserve to buysayoil fields or coal mines abroad could possibly be done in two ways One would be for the RBI to start buying and owning these resources Even if the RBI makes the right decisionshas the management capacity and teams to do thissomething that no other central bank in the world does or wants to dothese mines would be substituting for the US treasury bills currency being held by the RBI Now imagine a situation like the Lehman crisis and the RBI trying to find buyers for its coal mines and oil fields in order to ease the dollar liquidity crisis Two difficulties can be foreseen Firstprospective buyers who would normally buy these would also use banks and money markets to raise the money for the purchase They will not be able to do that easily A crisis may be the worst time to need reservesyet one needs them only in the time of the crisis Secondfire sales dont usually get a good price Markets for such raw material sources are not large liquid markets with millions of buyers and sellersand sale of coal mines under duress is unlikely to get a good return It makes no sense for the RBI to hold coal fields as reserves instead of US treasury bills Perhaps the intent is not for the RBI to hold coal minesbut for the government to do so For thisthe government would need to turn to its bankerthe RBI Suppose the government had a budget surplusthen with its surplus it could approach the RBI and purchase US dollars These it would then use to set upsaya Government of India Resource Fund that would buy oil fields and coal mines around the world This would have implications for the balance sheet of the RBI In contrast to the date before the GoI approached itthe RBI would hold less cash on its liabilities sideby the amount the government gave itand less dollars on its asset side For the governments balance sheet this means that on the asset side the government will now hold less cash and instead hold oil fields and coal mines But if the government does not have the money to buy the dollars from the RBIit would have to borrow them In this casethe RBI would hold rupee bondsgive the government rupeeswhich the government would use to buy the dollars from the RBI On balancethis would impact the RBI balance sheet in that on the asset side the RBI balance sheet would now contain less dollars and more GoI bonds For the governments balance sheet this means that there is a bigger deficit on its liability side and there are oil fields and coal mines on its asset side What is not possible is that the government simply takessay$20 billion from the RBI foreign exchange assets and buys coal mineswithout giving the RBI government bonds in return In other wordsif the government wants to own more assetsit can borrow from its bankerbut it cannot simply take the money from it The policy question to discuss is not one about the use of reserves One not so minor issue is the already large fiscal deficit and whether this should be increased at present Apart from thatthe main issue that needs to be discussed is whether the GoI should buy and own oil fields in other countries The answer to this question needs to be found in the history of the nationalisation of natural resources in many developing countries when faced with political turmoilrevolution or merely conflicts with the interests of the ruling classes of those countries What are the difficulties that may arise in the case of nationalisation of oil fields purchased by India by their respective countries What are the military and political resources India is able and willing to put aside to defend its property in these countries should the need arise India needs a bigger policy debate on the question of buying strategic natural resources Posing the issue as a use of reserves is confusing the question The writer is a professor at the National Institute of Public Finance and PolicyNew [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 20 2016 12:45 am Related News A 19-year-old youth holding a learner’s licence injured four employees of the Bandra-Worli Sea Link Thursday morning after he allegedly failed to apply the brakes while approaching a toll collection booth The driver and his passengers escaped unhurt The injured were admitted to Bandra’s Bhabha Hospital “None of them is seriously injured and should be discharged either today evening or tomorrow morning” said Pandit Thackeray senior inspector Bandra police station The driver a college student was charged with causing hurt and rash and negligent driving He was arrested and later freed on bail Police said he was subjected to a medical test He was not driving under the influence of alcohol they added Share This Article Related Article The 19-year-old is a first-year college student in the western suburbs and his father is a Delhi-based businessman Police said he lives with his family in Vile Parle West and had taken his father’s Toyota Fortuner out for a drive on Wednesday night Accompanied by seven friends the student who has a learner’s licence drove from Vile Parle to Colaba’s Taj Mahal Hotel Nariman Point and was returning home via Worli At 1245 am he drove into lane 11 of the sea link to exit it “He tried to apply brakes and stop before the toll booth but could not The car mounted a kerb before the booth where sea link supervisor Ramchandra Parab (35) was standing” said Thackeray Police said the car ploughed on for at least 10 feet more injuring Ramachandra Patil (27) and Dyaneshwar Vidye (26) who are toll collectors and Neeraj Pawar (24) who was sitting inside the booth “The booth was destroyed as it was not made of strong material The car came to a rest on the other side The students and his friends did not flee and tried to help the injured” Thackeray said Traffic was not affected police said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: July 31 2012 2:28 am Related News New Delhi:Delhi will soon get a separate agency to redress grievances of people belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe categories A Billto set up the Delhi Commission for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribewill be tabled in the AssemblyChief Minister Sheila Dikshit said The commission will provide a forum for redressal of grievances of SC and ST people in Delhishe said The Cabinet has already cleared the Bills draft Diskhit said the commission was needed because there has been no forum to address issues such as service mattersexploitation and harassment Loan scheme for backward sections New Delhi:The Delhi Cabinet on Monday approved a plan to promote a loan scheme for self-employment of people belonging to SCSTOBC and minority communities The Dilli Swarozgar Yojnawhich was announced in the 2012-13 Budgetwas approved by the Cabinet Under this schemebeneficiaries will be eligible for a loan up to Rs 5 lakh against an existing loan of Rs 1 lakh Eligibility based on annual family income of up to Rs 55000 has been enhanced to Rs 2 lakh Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit said the new scheme would be implemented through Delhi SCSTOBCMinorities and Handicapped Financial and Development Corporation Kazmis revision petition dismissed New Delhi:A Sessions Court on Monday dismissed the revision petition filed by S M Kazmis lawyers and advised them to approach the Delhi High Court against the detention order passed against him on July 20 Additional Sessions Judge S S Rathi declined to pass any judgment on Kazmis revision petition or the bail plea on the grounds that the High Court had taken cognisance of the questions raised in the case and was hearing the matter DTC terminal to be built in East Delhi New Delhi:A new DTC bus terminal will come up in the Shakurbasti area of East Delhi Transport Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely laid the foundation for the terminal on Monday He said the DTC was committed to provide reliable and efficient services to its commuters The DTC currently has 21 bus terminals across the city For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: September 11 2012 3:58 am Related News The Gujarat High Court on Monday dismissed a petition that sought direction to the Gujarat Medical Council to implement a decision of the Medical Council of India to suspend the medical licence of Dr Ketan Desaiformer MCI chief The petition was moved by one Dr Kunal Saha The petitioner had argued that Desai was facing cases of corruption and MCI had suspended his licence HoweverGMC was not implementing the decision Sahas lawyer said the court observed that no personal right of the petitioner has been violated Teachers in bloody protestwrite to CM AHMEDABAD: About 2500 university and college teachers on Monday signed a memorandum with their blood and sent it to Chief Minister Narendra Modi and state Education Minister Raman Lal Vora in connection with their demands for better service conditions and payment of arrearsclaimed president of Gujarat State Federation of UNiversity and College Teachers Association M M Ravaladding they will go on a strike from September 15 if their demands were not met Woman says her bag with Rs 10 lakh stolen AHMEDABAD: A woman from Mumbai has filed a complaint claiming she lost a bag containing Rs 10 lakh at the ongoing exhibition at YMCA on Sunday night The exhibition was inaugurated by actor Karisma Kapoor two days ago For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News Written by Express News Service | Published: May 23, In the PIL, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sumegha Gulati | New Delhi | Published: October 23, We have an agreement with the Maharashtra government, a sprawling Uttar Pradesh district bordering Delhi.a total of 379 BE programme students, Police and forest department patrols have been deployed in sensitive villages. The number of deaths in tigerleopard and wild boar attacks in Vidarbha this year now stands at eight A tigress had to be shot in Gondia after it killed five women in December-January MoEF guidelines and response GUIDELINES Attacks by man-eating leopards are deliberate with an intention to kill and usually result in death In such casesevery attempt must be made to identify and trap the correct animal Immediately after the first attack by such an animalorders from chief wildlife wardens should be obtained to eliminate the problem animal with the help of shooters Trap cages should be installed to capture the man-eater This is especially crucial when such attacks occur in highly populated landscapes Animals trapped after deliberate attacks should never be released back into the wild Humanely euthanising such animals should be the preferred option FOREST DEPt RESPONSE Asked if the leopard in Wednesdays incidents could be shotKalyan Kumar said Why It is not man-eater? He has been a Cabinet Minister and the AICC general secretary.

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