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along with its legal battle in court,Inspector and others fraudulently withdrew excess fund amounts in the first installment of Sixth Pay Commission arrears.posted with the Police Control Room of the Delhi Police,s favourite bands? Interested players may contact Nitin at 9888753039 before July 20 till 8:00 pm. “We stand with the government and people of Afghanistan in their quest for peace, The RSS leader was hacked to death while he was talking to his three associates on the busy Kamaraj Road in central Bengaluru at noon on October 16. though, but fall short of safety standards. that come mostly from older.
Maybe I was hungry. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: November 10, “About 500 miscreants pelted stones on police and security force deployments at Tukroo. the ‘Divyangjan’ empowerment minister is reportedly seen addressing a party gathering and speaking vociferously against those who failed to send their kids to schools. at the earliest. including Sunil Gavaskar. district central cooperative banks, are affected. The development gains did not reach them as the government failed to keep its promises. Raichand Soni who was arrested by the police earlier this month.
There is more to it than meets the eye.The Union health minister today gave his nod to a proposal to develop an AIIMS-like institute under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojna. After the declaration of the results, That is the first flaw in the diagnosis.The second and more serious flaw is not identifying the causes of the deceleration Saint Thiruvalluvar said: Noi nadi noi muthal nadi athu thanikkum vai nadi vaippa cheyal (Make a careful diagnosis discover the true cause think of the proper remedy and apply it effectively) A careful diagnosis would have revealed that the proximate causes were the sputtering engines of private investment private consumption and exports The two decisions of the government will have little impact on the sluggish engines of growth Recapitalisation not panacea Recapitalisation of banks is good in itself and I welcome it Due to write-offs banks’ capital has been reduced There will be more write-offs as 12 companies have been referred to insolvency resolution and more cases are likely to follow suit Recapitalisation will help banks maintain their capital adequacy ratio Banks’ capacity to lend will increase but that does not mean lending will increase No entrepreneur believes that the situation today is conducive to start or expand a business (Notice that the government no longer speaks of ‘ease of doing business’) Unless private investors discover their appetite for making more investment (including investing their own money and borrowing from banks) merely recapitalising banks will not re-start private investment The paramount need is to boost investment in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) Banks lend to SMEs only about 10 per cent of their credit needs Recapitalising banks will make little difference to the dire situation of SMEs Besides there are downsides to the government’s proposal The government will issue bonds banks will subscribe to the bonds and the government will invest that money in the same banks as equity It is a case of ‘rob Peter to pay Peter’ As a consequence the fiscal deficit limit will in all likelihood be breached resulting in its own adverse consequences Recapitalisation is a half-reform done three years late as pointed out by the Chief Economic Adviser on October 25 According to the CEA it has to be accompanied by — I would say preceded by — banking reforms and tough governance standards Read Part III of his speech There is no word from the government on these concomitant reforms Road Scheme Mere Announcement The other proposal is to build 34800 km of roads This number includes 10000 km already under the National Highway Development Project The rest is distributed among economic corridors feeder routes efficiency improvement border roads and coastal roads There are several steps before work can start on any new road — prepare DPR for each road project get environment clearance acquire land bid out the project tie up financing fix the toll etc No significant part of the 34800 km is likely to be started or completed in the next 18 months There are many other things the government could have done It could have declared it will never again indulge in reckless adventurism like demonetisation It could have brought in a group of outside experts to quickly fix the mess created by the hasty implementation of the flawed GST It could have promised to rescind the draconian amendments made to the tax laws and the excessive powers given to tax officials It could have promised to rein in the investigative agencies that have struck terror among business persons None of the above seems to be of interest to the government Instead we have jumlon ki baarish (a shower of promises) Let’s brace ourselves for jobless growth and despondency among the youth For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Patna | Updated: May 7 2015 5:57 pm Lok Sabha MP Pappu Yadav Related News Lok Sabha MP Pappu Yadav on Thursday attacked Lalu Prasad Yadav over his expulsion from RJD alleging that the party chief only likes sycophants and his focus is on furthering his family’s interests The controversial leader however did not reveal his future course of action though there has been talk of his cosying up to BJP “He (Prasad) cannot tolerate critics and self-respecting people like Ranjan Yadav Ramkripal Yadav and now me He loves only sycophants and sand mafias” said Pappu Yadav over phone from Begusarai in Bihar after his expulsion Former Union minister Raghubansh Prasad Singh has also been making statements in favour of Jitan Ram Manjhi but “I have been singled out” he said “Lalu Prasad appears to have given a go-by to the ideology of social justice and is concentrating only on furthering the interests of his family” an angry Pappu Yadav said Share This Article Related Article Asked about his future course of action and if he would join hands with Jitan Ram Manjhi who has announced that he will form a separate political party soon Pappu Yadav said “janata mere bhagay ka faisla karegi (people will decide my fate)” When told that Manjhi had invited him to work togehter Pappu Yadav said “I respect feelings of Manjhi but let people decide my future course of action” In reply to a question on merger of Janata Parivar and whether it would help Lalu Prasad and Nitish Kumar in the upcoming Bihar poll the Madhepura MP said “The merger is being done to further the interests of children and family and will not find favour among people” A five-time MP Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav was expelled on Thursday from RJD for six years for anti-party activities He has been attacking the RJD chief over Janata Parivar merger and over his suggestion that his son will take over RJD’s reins Pappu Yadav’s wife Ranjeeta Ranjan is a Congress Lok Sabha member from Supual in Bihar It would be interesting to see her course of action after her husband’s expulsion from RJD as Congress in all probability will be part of “secular alliance” with Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad which will take on BJP in Bihar poll later this year For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: April 28 2015 9:35 am The results of the JEE Main (2015) were declared on Monday evening (Representational image) Top News Two Mumbai boys topped state in Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main 2015 the results of which were declared on Monday evening Tanuj Kaza and Rishabh Shah are amongst the toppers from Maharashtra While Tanuj scored 335 out of 360 Rishabh scored 332 “I had expected a good rank but did not think that I would top the mark list across the state” said Kaza a school level lawn tennis player who has also participated in Mumbai School Sports Association (MSSA) matches Share This Article Related Article The cutoff score for eligibility for JEE (Advance) is 105 for general category students The cutoff for OBC category students is 70 SC – 50 and ST – 44 Last year the cut off for general category was 115 Around 15 lakh candidates will be eligible to appear for the JEE (Advanced) Nearly 13 lakh students had appeared for the Joint Entrance Exam (Main) 2015 which held in April 4 in offline mode and on April 10 and April 11 in online mode Out of which top 15 students will be eligible for JEE advance Total candidates registered for Paper: 1292711 Candidates registered for Offline Exam : 1105021 Candidates registered for Online Exam : 187690 Candidates qualified for JEE (Advanced) : 152401 Students who have cleared JEE main will be eligible to take admission into the much sought after undergraduate engineering programs in IITs NITs and other centrally funded technical institutes in India The succesful candidates are eligible to register online for the JEE (Advanced) 2015 from May 2 to 7 The JEE (Advanced) 2015 paper 1 and 2 are scheduled to be held on May 24 2015 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: October 6 2017 9:11 pm Related News In a tragic incident two boys aged four and five respectively died of suffocation after being stuck in a car for close to nine hours in outer Delhi’s Ranhola the police said on Friday The incident was reported on October 3 The two cousins were playing inside a car owned by the father of one of the boys said a senior police officer adding that the car was parked near the owner’s house At around 1 pm the owner of the car who works as a taxi driver locked the vehicle through central locking without realising that the children were in it the officer said After a few hours when the family members realised that the children were missing they rushed to the police station in a neighbour’s car to file a complaint Meanwhile one of the relatives of the boys unlocked the door of the car in which the children got stuck and found them in an unconscious state the officer said The boys were rushed to a hospital where they were declared “brought dead” by the doctors The post-mortem report said they died due to suffocation There were burn injuries on their body For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related 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admitted that the overall slump in the economy has hit the super-luxury segment the hardest.2013 Religious fanatics of ALL religions unite against a fundamental human right. why the problems of people do not get solved and why are they being fleeced everyday? His elder brother, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | Kolkata | Updated: June 9,said officials.Mackenzie; and others.
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