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2015 10:41 am Related News A group of international women peace activists broadcast a landmark press conference from North Korea on Saturday,” it said. launched yesterday, the Popular Mobilisation units’ powerful commander, The ball almost lands on the sides rather than a tilted seam. The other side of the family involved in the dispute could not be reached despite several attempts. A careful post-election survey and analysis of the Muslim vote might be revealing. it disrespects all those from across the cricket community who have flooded CA and me personally with messages of support because they see first-hand the chronic underfunding of the game at the grass-roots level. he worked as a lawyer for six years, He went on a self-imposed exile to Riyadh.

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when asked if the former IPL chief would risk being questioned by ED, He was declared a proclaimed offender. this is what SLB said about how he looks at Padmavati.for those who assume what he is making without knowing the script are wrong pictwittercom/ksfBGe5MW0 — Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) January 28 2017 Also read |Attack on Sanjay Leela Bhansali: Will not allow ‘obscenity’ on land of Rajputs says Karni Sena chief Passionately defending its action of vandalising the sets of Padmavati and assaulting Bhansali the Rajput Karni Sena chief Lokendra Singh Kalvi said “Will not allow ‘obscenity’ on land of Rajputs” He asserted that if history and traditions are not respected then nothing but doom awaits them But point to note is when this “unknown” outfit is not picking arms against a film where do they hide and what’s their identity otherwise Do they think Bollywood is a place to attain some light For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 13 2017 6:31 am CHART trainee Krishan Hooda created a huge upset in the tournament with a 4-6 6-1 6-1 win over second seed Sarthak Suden to move into the boys’ U-18 quarter-finals Top News Top seed Prinkle Singh continued her fine form and scored an easy 6-3 6-2 win over Himadri Kashyap to sail into the quarter-finals in the girls’ U-18 singles category in the CLTA-AITA Super Series Tennis Tournament being played at CLTA Courts Sector 10 Singh started the match on a winning note as she claimed the opening set 6-3 before claiming the second set 6-2 to enter the quarter-finals In another match in the same category CHART trainee Simran Pritam created an upset with a 2-6 6-2 6-3 win over fifth seed Harleen Kaur Kaur won the opening set 6-2 before Pritam made a comeback in the match by winning the second set 6-2 Pritam claimed the third set 6-3 to make her entry into the quarter-finals In the girls’ U-14 singles category top seed Kumar Sudipta Senthil made her way to an easy 6-0 6-0 win over Pavitra Parikh to enter the quarter-finals Senthil blanked Parikh 6-0 in the opening set before winning the second set with an identical margin CHART trainee Krishan Hooda created a huge upset in the tournament with a 4-6 6-1 6-1 win over second seed Sarthak Suden to move into the boys’ U-18 quarter-finals It was a superlative performance from Hooda who had scored a 6-3 6-3 win over Vijayant Dalal in the opening round Playing against Suden Hooda started the match with confidence But Suden claimed the first set 6-4 with some hard hitting in the set Down by one set Hooda regrouped his energies and made a comeback in the match Playing with control the CHART trainee pocketed the second set 6-1 to equalise in the match before winning the third and final set with an identical margin to march into the quarter-finals Top seed Calvin Golmei of CLTA too maintained his supremacy in the pre-quarterfinals as he ended the challenge of Sarvesh Maria with a resounding 6-1 6-3 win Golmei dominated the proceedings in the opening set as she claimed the set 6-1 before winning the second and final set 6-3 to seal his spot in the quarter-finals In another match of the day fourth seed Shahikant Rajput prevailed over Anmol Jain with a 6-4 6-3 win Rajput won the opening set 6-4 before grabbing the second set 6-3 to sail into the quarter-finals It was joy for seventh seed Naresh Badgujar as he eked out a 6-2 7-5 win over Deepinder Singh Grewal Badgujar made things look easier in the opening set as he claimed the set 6-2 The second set saw Grewal giving a tough fight as both the players matches each other Badgujar claimed the second and final set 7-5 to complete the win For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: India’s mountaineering community on Tuesday was mourning the death of a well-known Indian climber who died while trying to summit an Andean mountain in Chile Malli Mastan Babu died in extreme bad weather during an ascent of Cerro Tres Cruces a mountain in Chile’s Atacama region Malli Mastan Babu in a file photo AP The death of the 40-year-old known in India for climbing the highest peaks on each of the seven continents was confirmed over the weekend by an official at India’s embassy in Santiago Chile He had been missing since March 23 Mohan Singh Kolhi the leader of the first Indian expedition to reach the summit of Mount Everest in 1965 said Malli "definitely had the guts and courage to take risks in life" Many climbers noted Malli had degrees from some of India’s top universities which would have all but guaranteed him a well-paid corporate position "But his dedication and love for adventure drew him to mountaineering" said Debashish Biswas a top Indian climber Associated Press New Delhi: With several opposition parties urging the Election Commission (EC) to revert to ballot paper system a parliamentary committee has summoned senior officials of the poll panel to discuss issues related to the reliability of electronic voting machines (EVMs) EC has thrown a challenge to political parties to prove that EVMs used in the recent assembly polls were tampered with after several opposition parties questioned their reliability and demanded going back to the paper ballot system The planned challenge could take place later this month Representational image PTI The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Personnel Public Grievances Law and Justice headed by Congress leader Anand Sharma is scheduled to meet on May 19 over the issue of electoral reforms The panel has summoned senior officials from EC including a deputy election commissioner and a principal secretary and secretary from legislative department Law Ministry to appear before it and brief the members about the EVMs and the reliability a source in the committee said Last week after a meeting with 55 national and state parties Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi had said that in all future elections they will use EVMs with voter-verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) The poll panel announced a hackathon which will offer the parties an opportunity to prove that voting machines used in the recent polls were tampered with Amid concerns raised by the opposition the Union Cabinet last month cleared the Election Commission’s proposal to buy VVPAT machines for the EVMs to ensure transparency in the voting process The proposal involves getting 1615000 VVPAT units for EVMs at a cost of around Rs 317347 crore for use in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls Written by AVANEESH MISHRA | Lucknow | Published: June 20 2017 5:30 am AAP Leader Sanjay Singh Related News AAM AADMI Party (AAP) leader Sanjay Singh on Monday alleged that funds worth several crores of rupees released for development and beautification of important places in Ayodhya during the previous Samajwadi Party government have not been utilised Talking to mediapersons in Lucknow Singh alleged “The funds include Rs 242 crore for ‘Dashrath Mahal’ shelter house ‘satsang bhavan’ etc Rs 145 crore for ‘parikrama marg’ Rs 142 crore for shades at the entry and exit gates at ‘Hanumagarhi’ Rs 199 crore for sulabh toilets and Rs 154 crore for beautification of ‘Tulsi Uddyan’ All this money has been spent on paper but we found nothing on ground” Singh was referring to a data which according to him was presented by the UP Tourism Directorate replying to an RTI query He claimed that this is a “scam” of several crores of rupees in which Faizabad Regional Tourism Officer is involved “The officer used a fake letter in the name of District Magistrate (DM) Faizabad to get the money from the government But he spent the amount for other purpose Later Faizabad DM wrote a letter to Chief Secretary Finance Department Uttar Pradesh government demanding action against the Regional Tourism Officer stating that she has not written any such letter” claimed Singh adding that no action has been taken against the officer yet Targeting Yogi Adityanath Government Singh asked why the BJP government is silent on corruptions of the previous government “Uttar Pradesh government seems like SP Part-II and Central government like UPA Part-III There are four times more corruption in this government than the last one” he said On Presidential elections Singh said that party will open its card only after both NDA and Congress announce their candidates “In the whole Presidential election scenario our condition is like Dalits in the society We are totally being sidelined and nobody thinks that AAP is important” he said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sajjid Z Chinoy | Updated: July 19 2016 6:49 am By February 2015 the ministry of finance and the RBI had entered into a monetary policy agreement which gave an unambiguous primacy to price stability Top News India has unsurprisingly brushed-off any post-Brexit impact Some of this is because emerging markets themselves have come under little stress so far But a lot of this is because in a matter of three years India has gone from being the poster child of emerging market vulnerability to becoming the safe haven in that universe Inflation has halved the central government fiscal deficit has narrowed by a third the current account deficit (CAD) has gone from 5 per cent of the GDP in 2013 to 1 per cent of GDP in 2016 and foreign exchange reserves are at a record high There are several proximate causes for the turnaround: Lower oil prices have helped across the board the government’s bold FDI reforms have improved the quantum and quality of capital and weak investment has narrowed the CAD All are true at some level But the bedrock of macroeconomic stability has been provided by sound fiscal and monetary policies post the taper tantrum evidenced by the fact that the macros began to improve well before oil prices fell The question is how institutionalised are these policy frameworks Can they survive regime changes Reforms are also about ensuring that they are institutionalised such that future governments find it hard to reverse them for politically expedient reasons Viewed from this lens there has been dramatic progress on the new monetary policy framework Just 30 months ago monetary policy was still being run via a multiple indicator Viewed from this lens there has been dramatic progress on the new monetary policy framework Just 30 months ago monetary policy was still being run via a multiple indicator approach creating uncertainty about the focus of policy Inflation Growth Financial stability Exchange rate What combination thereof Within inflation was it CPI or WPI Headline or core Little wonder it was hard to anchor expectations But things moved rapidly from January 2014 The RBI implemented the Urjit Patel Committee Report — which recommended a decisive pivot to headline CPI targeting and a glide path to 8 per cent 6 per cent and then 4 per cent with a band of +/- 2 per cent in the steady state The new government was quickly on board with the FM arguing for a “modern monetary policy framework” in his maiden budget speech in July 2014 By February 2015 the ministry of finance and the RBI had entered into a monetary policy agreement which gave an unambiguous primacy to price stability and spoke about targeting inflation at 4 per cent with a 2 per cent band on either side for “all subsequent years” These may have been small changes in language But they represented a huge leap in thinking A public commitment to numerical targets was important to anchor expectations create significant reputational risk to the RBI for missing targets and create much-needed incentive-compatibility between fiscal and monetary policy All that was left was to formally incorporate this into the RBI Act which the government did in the Finance Bill of 2016 The language in the Act on the objective of monetary policy is identical to the framework agreement giving primacy to price stability The inflation target is clearly specified in terms of “Consumer Price Index Combined” — which refers to headline CPI — allaying concerns that the operational target could be changed to core CPI or WPI Doing so would entail amending the RBI Act Finally the Act lays out the formation structure and processes of a six-member monetary policy committee (MPC) in impressive detail This allows for a variety of views and continuity in decision-making across governors Perhaps the only quibble is that the broad inflation target range (2-6 per cent) is not in the RBI Act Instead the Act mandates that the central government in consultation with the RBI determine the inflation target every five years and notify it accordingly A notification has not been issued thus far and when it comes it will supersede the target in the monetary policy agreement In theory the government can change the inflation target from what it had agreed to last year In practice this is very unlikely Authorities will recognise that the essence of inflation targeting is about consistent application to anchor inflation expectations It’s hard to anchor expectations if we have a moving target So we would be very surprised if the government having just signed on to a target would reverse that This raises the larger question of whether at least the upper (6 per cent) and lower bounds (2 per cent) of the target range should have been hard-coded into the RBI Act True very few countries hard-code the numerical target into the Act but that’s also because they have much tighter bands that constrain policy In India’s case the range is so wide that it would not necessarily constrain responding to shocks In response the RBI could always operate at a different point in the band commensurate with the shock Monetary policy would have enough room to manoeuvre But hard-coding the upper end (6 per cent) into the RBI Act would have given more confidence to economic agents that inflation would not stay above 6 per cent on a sustained basis like it did during 2008-14 In the “rules versus discretion” debate emerging markets are replete with examples of unbounded discretion leading to time-inconsistency problems Hard-coding the boundaries into the Act would have created bounded-discretion In the “rules versus discretion” debate emerging markets are replete with examples of unbounded discretion leading to time-inconsistency problems Hard-coding the boundaries into the Act would have created bounded-discretion The sovereign could of course change the Act at any time But it would require legislative change with greater reputational consequences The bar for reversing course would be higher versus the current scenario where the default is the government-of-the-day must pick a target every five years leading to concerns that targets could be opportunistically tinkered with down the lineOne could of course ask why any sovereign would want to target inflation higher than 6 One could of course ask why any sovereign would want to target inflation higher than 6 per cent given the adverse political economy of high inflation In India’s case though the current calendar of choosing the inflation target every five years will not run co-terminus with the political cycle assuming five-year terms for all future governments Instead the choice of target will fall in the middle of each future government’s tenure raising concerns about time-inconsistency In just two years India has seen a remarkable transformation and institutionalisation of its monetary policy framework for which the government and the RBI deserve credit The sooner the government notifies the inflation target (with the hope that the goalpost is not changed) the faster the speculation will end and we can appreciate just how much has been accomplished The writer is chief India economist JP Morgan For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News 2017 As Padmavati I can assure you that there is absolutely no distortion of history. He is now in judicial custody, he had said. Association dinner last month,D.negotiated policy on domestic help. She was quoted saying.

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