is among the few countries to apply a third criterion while classifying a habitation as urban — that at most 25 per cent working males should be in agriculture.
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What were the hardships he went through and how did he take life after school and in general? Rahul Gandhi. those key moments in the game where you look for someone to take the initiative just seemed to pass South Africa by." he said. Under this line of thinking, Modi also told the rally that people should vote for the six-party alliance that includes the BJP in Tamil Nadu in the Lok Sabha election.storytelling session and a charkha workshop will also take place today.5 per cent of the votes.Khetan said the survey carried out between April 7 and April 17 interviewed 31507 people The three municipal corporations of Delhi (MCDs) go to poll on April 23 The party has recently suffered drubbing in the bypoll to the Rajouri Garden Assembly constituency where its candidate forfeited his deposit The BJP wrested the seat from the AAP “The implementation of 50 per cent reduction in domestic electricity bills and provision of free water up to 20000 litres per household per month is showing maximum impact in JJ clusters and unauthorised colonies “Survey shows an overall satisfaction level of 80 per cent with electricity bills and 72 per cent with water bills across segments in Delhi Sixty-two per cent of the respondents in the survey agreed with the question that the central government could take electricity and water away from Delhi government and hand it over to MCDs after elections” Khetan said Releasing results of internal surveys that the party is doing exceedingly well has been a very important part of the AAP’s poll strategy Other political parties also adopt a similar strategy The party had released a similar survey for the 2017 Punjab and Goa Assembly polls predicting the AAP’s massive win in these two states However the party’s performance in Punjab was poor while it drew a blank in Goa In both the states its surveys claimed that the AAP was sweeping the polls For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: December 19 2015 12:20 am Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian Related News The mid-year economic review presented by Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian puts up a brave front by concluding that “prima facie” economic growth is showing “signs of steady recovery” but the data shared in the review paints a sobering picture As against a real (after discounting for inflation) GDP growth of 75 per cent in the first half of the last financial year (2014-15) growth clocked just 72 per cent in the first half of this fiscal The review claims that the real GDP growth for the full financial year 2015-16 will be between 7 and 75 per cent The outlook for the next financial year 2016-17 is not any better To put these numbers in perspective consider this: One the real GDP of the country in 2013-14 (the last year of the UPA government) was 69 per cent Two in the economic survey presented barely nine months ago the CEA had given a growth outlook of 81-85 per cent for the current fiscal In other words not only has India’s growth decelerated from what it was in the same period of the last financial year it is close to what it was around the time the NDA government took over But even these headline GDP growth numbers mask the real economic and indeed political challenge that the Narendra Modi government now faces The disaggregated data shared in the review gives what it calls “mixed sometimes puzzling signals” about the health of the economy For instance if one looks at the indicators of finance a gauge of economic activity one finds that consumer credit has picked up yet “industrial credit has slowed dramatically” Similarly while tax buoyancy is up the growth of capital good imports a proxy for the level of investment has “decelerated sharply” Such oddities are likely to further fuel the suspicion many have had about the veracity of the new GDP data even though the CEA has tried to explain the possible reason for the measurement uncertainty plaguing the new GDP series The Indian economy is doing well for a car with only two wheels running Compared to the boom years of 2004-11 neither exports nor private investments are contributing much to economic growth As such the economy is essentially being run on the other two wheels — private consumption and government expenditure The trouble is without adequate investment coming in soon the consumption story will falter The answer is in reforms that unleash the supply potential like the GST simpler labour laws and easier land acquisition and in public expenditure in infrastructure that crowds in private investment In the absence of these the government will soon be forced to compromise on its fiscal deficittargets For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: April 14 2017 5:36 pm Tiger Shroff says despite his vast experience in Bollywood Jackie never interferes in his career Top News Tiger Shroff is not worried about being compared to his actor father Jackie as he believes in creating his own legacy The young star says he and his father are two different people with different personalities “I want to create my own legacy my own space The first time I ever performed on a show the judges were Farah Khan and Annu Malik “They said ‘You should be Hrithik’s brother or Govinda’s son the way you dance’ But I have an identity of my own My father and I are very different people with different personalities” Tiger told PTI when asked if he ever bothers to outdo his father’s legacy The Baaghi actor says despite his vast experience in Bollywood Jackie never interferes in his career “It does help having someone like him around but he has never involved himself in my career not at all He never does that nor ever will But because I am his son I think I got recognition from a very early age that ‘He is Jackie’s son’” The actor says he enjoys outings with his father as they get equal attention by their fans Also Read:Begum Jaan audience reaction: Vidya Balan film receives mixed reviews but Chunkey Pandey surprises “The best feeling is when we go out for lunch and the crowd doesn’t know where to go To him or to me It is either 50-50 or 60-40 Either way it feels fantastic I am so proud to be his son My father is such a cool person He has such goodwill I don’t know one person who talks negatively about him Tiger has been appointed as the brand ambassador for the recently launched kids channel Sony YAY “ For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by C Uday Bhaskar | Published: September 4 2014 12:15 am The issues that need attention range from the armed forces’ poor material state to frayed civil-military relations Related News The Narendra Modi government is under a 100-day review The manner in which defence and related military challenges have been addressed is instructive of the complex issues ahead Prime Minister Modi got off to a visually spectacular start when he made his maiden defence-related visit to the aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya less than a month after being sworn in He sailed down the coast of Goa and recalled India’s rich but long-neglected maritime heritage and assured the armed forces that their many inadequacies would be addressed He assured veterans that the long-festering “one rank one pension” issue would be resolved in a satisfactory manner Maintaining this tempo the PM commissioned INS Kolkata an indigenously designed and built warship visited Leh and addressed the troops there and exhorted the scientists of the DRDO to work with greater dedication to enhance India’s indigenous defence production capability For a 100-day period this is an impressive track record But the challenge lies in implementing new policies in the ministry of defence and addressing the many imbalances that were inherited from the UPA The greatest handicap is the absence of a full-time defence minister Though undoubtedly competent Arun Jaitley can only do so much The spectrum of issues that need urgent attention range from the poor material state of all three armed forces particularly the shrinking ammunition stocks of the army and a burgeoning import bill with no credible alternative to frayed civil-military relations and the disturbing perception of a decline in moral fibre of the military The professionalism and apolitical character of the military has been a distinctive characteristic that has enabled the Indian democratic trajectory This was perhaps most evident during the Emergency when the military apex refused to be co-opted into the constitutional excesses that were at play Paradoxically the challenge of higher defence management received progressively less political attention and some of the revelations in recently published books point to petulant impulsiveness as the defining trait of higher defence decision-making Sri Lanka and the IPKF is a case in point The normative compulsion was replaced by what may be best described as the Bofors-HDW syndrome where scandals and charges of turpitude at the highest levels of government became the dominant perception The transition from Rajiv Gandhi to the current incumbent marks a quarter century and the challenge for the 100-day-old Modi government is herculean — the defence/ military stables have to be cleaned the entire edifice of the management of national security has to be comprehensively reviewed and rearranged A brief review of the military challenges of the last three months reveals the following The Supreme Court found it necessary to caution the government for the manner in which it had dealt with the sale of non-service pattern weapons by senior army officers A finger was pointed at the internal judicial processes of the military and the steady erosion of personal values and institutional ethos Intense no-holds-barred jockeying for higher ranks indiscipline within units poor officer-men relations aspersions of sexual intimidation (mercifully rare but still deplorable) and most recently the phenomenon of spouse-related interference in what ought to be purely service matters are cases in point An intrusive and aggressive media focus has made instant transparency and information dissemination the new norm in the armed forces Thus what was in the past confined to the cantonment or the barracks is “breaking news” — and the perception of a military that is internally disarrayed is growing This state of affairs is compounded by the complexity of the security challenges that have to be addressed Given the rough geo-strategic environment with two nuclear-armed neighbours a tenuous internal security situation that can be exacerbated by corrosive ideologies and a modest fiscal outlay the PM’s challenge is to create adequate national security capacity across the board The 1962 war the Kargil surprise and the Mumbai attack of 2008 are part of the collective memory and need to be preempted The current inflexible silo system among the armed forces a poor techno-industrial base within the country and an intellectual gene-pool in higher defence management that shuns any new stimulus and has resisted even the most feeble of changes are part of the prickly gauntlet that Modi has to pick up On board INS Vikramaditya the PM asserted: “This government is not just about promises” The next 1000 days will be a reasonable period for the Modi government to translate optics and rhetoric into reality and ensure that national security is appropriately bolstered A good start would be to appoint and empower a full-time defence minister The writer is director Society for Policy Studies New Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Vladivostok | Published: July 20 2017 5:36 pm Top News Indian shuttlers Anand Pawar Rasika Raje Vrushali Gummadi and Rahul Yadav Chittanoina reached the quarterfinals of singles events at the Russian Open Grand Prix in Vladivostok on Thursday Eighth seed Anand defeated Malaysia’s Lim Chi Wing 10-12 11-6 11-7 12-10 to set up a clash with Vladimir Malkov seeded second while Rahul beat compatriot fourth seed Subhankar Dey 11-13 11-4 11-6 11-7 in another match Rahul will face England’s Yuehang Wang next In women’s singles Vrushali beat local shuttler Anastasiia Sharapova 11-8 15-14 11-6 and will face third seeded Russian Natalia Perminova next Sixth seed Rasika staved off a challenge from Japan’s Minami Kawashima 13-11 11-7 15-14 to set up a meeting with another Japanese Natsuki Nidaira fourth seed In men’s doubles fourth seeded Indian pair of Arjun MR and Ramchandran Shlok will face Japanese combo of Masato Takano and Yoshiki Tsukamoto after they disposed off Russian combo of Rodion Alimov and Pavel Kotsarenko 11-9 11-3 11-8 in the prequarters Saurabh Sharma and Anoushka Parikh also reached the quarters after getting over Russia’s Aleksandr Vasilkin and Anastasia Redkina 11-9 11-5 11-7 in 20 minutes They will meet Malaysian combo of Chan Peng Soon and Cheah Yee See For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: September 8 2017 4:04 pm CM Devendra Fadnavis and MahaRERA Chairman Gautam Chaterjee at the Loksatta conclave on Monday Dilip Kagda Top News Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis announced Monday the government would intervene in rationalising the ready reckoner rates to check the superficial hike in property prices in cities like Mumbai and Pune The government would amend the existing Act to check the steep hike in ready reckoner rates he said Fadnavis said the government would bring a new comprehensive policy to make housing affordable for one and all across Maharashtra To facilitate redevelopment of old dilapidated buildings the chief minister said “If 51 per cent of the residents give consent for its redevelopment it would be held valid This will pave the way for evacuating the remaining49 per cent residents and begin with redevelopment of the old structures”Earlier redevelopment projects mandated consent of 70 per cent residents Fadnavis said Mumbai’s Development Plan (DP) would be unveiled and executed within a year He said the draft plan was being studied for holistic development of the city and its people The CM was speaking at the Real Estate Conclave organised by Marathi newspaper Loksatta of The Indian Express Group in Mumbai The topic of discussion was ‘Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) and Real Estate’ Conceding that affordable housing had always been a topic of debate Fadnavis said “In cities like Mumbai and Pune the increased ready reckoner rates and higher stamp duties often lead to steep escalation in prices of houses The municipal corporations’ increased premium coupled with Goods and Services Tax often lead to cumulative hike in the overall property prices making housing unaffordable at times” Acknowledging the need for affordable housing he added “At present the Act does not allow governments to intervene in determining the ready reckoner rates for houses/properties As a result it has its limitations The government will bring amendments to the Act” Fadnavis said there were complaints that premium/tax within the Mumbai corporation limits often led to higher costs with developers passing the financial burden on the buyers “All these details and hidden costs which often have to be borne by the buyers are being meticulously studied and would be addressed in the new policies which would be ready within next three months” he assured Referring to the recent building collapse in Bhendi Bazaar Fadnavis said “The safety of residents cannot be compromised at any cost and the government is taking concrete measures to facilitate less cumbersome measures for redevelopment of such structures in a time-bound manner” The chief minister also spoke on how enforcement of RERA would help in curtailing rampant violations and corruption by developers and brokers in the real estate sector MahaRERA Chairman Gautam Chaterjee made the preliminary remarks on the regulator and its impact in the housing sector Representatives from various real estate organisations such as CREDAI MCHI and the National Real Estate Development Council attended the conclave For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Published: October 13 2017 8:35 pm Ashwin was made to work hard for his wickets against Andhra Pradesh (Source: File) Related News Tamil Nadu will look to bounce back strongly after a draw against Andhra Pradesh in the Ranji Trophy Group “C” opener when it takes on Tripura in the second game beginning at the M A Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Saturday The fancied Tamil Nadu side came out second best in a drawn game with the much-vaunted batting line-up not firing in the first innings A determined ton by B Sumanth helped Andhra take the first innings lead and three points after being 64 for 5 at one stage Though the home side’s batsmen made amends in the second innings Andhra came close to chasing down the target after a declaration India Test stars Ravichandran Ashwin and Murali Vijay who had a mixed outing in the opening fixture would be eager to make a bigger contribution and help Tamil Nadu pick up maximum points Ashwin was made to work hard for his wickets and he would like to step up against Tripura which doesn’t boast of any big names Vijay after an injury scare was his fluent self on the final day with a half-century He would be keen to get among the runs in the lead-up to the Test series against the visiting Sri Lankans Tamil Nadu coach Hrishikesh Kanitkar has emphasised on the need to seize key moments and having to take it session by session Now the onus would be on the team to step up against a light-weight opposition Tamil Nadu captain Abhinav Mukund who found form with 95 in the second innings told reporters ahead of the game that the batsmen had to take responsibility and get a good score “We didn’t bat well in the first innings it was a big talking point in our team meetings As batsmen we need to take responsibility and put a good total on the board to give a chance to the bowlers to defend it” Mukund said He also said the experienced Dinesh Karthik who was part of the India team in the T20 series against Australia would be available for selection for the Tripura game Mukund also said he had full faith in the bowling attack despite the tough time they had against Andhra The skipper said that they weren’t taking Tripura lightly and hoped to play its best “I don’t take any team lightly They have got a couple of good pros. it rejected a narrow — and elitist — definition of political talent.” Thakur also said that he had complete faith in the judiciary when asked if he was relieved that the Court had dropped perjury charges against him.
as the Australian Cricketers’ Association executive will meet on July 2 to discuss in detail about the failure regarding players’ new pay deal with Cricket Australia. When Newsline spotted Korekar? This fourth and final clash is the last match of the Test series and the encounter was also delayed due to damp pitch. As it happened 2340 hrs IST:First day’s play has been called off due to rain 2145 hrs IST:West Indies go into lunch at 62/2 after rain stops play 2140 hrs IST: Covers have been brought on and it has started to drizzle 2130 hrs IST: Mohammad Shami hadSamuels in some bother… West Indies are 61/2 2110 hrs IST: WICKET R Ashwin cleans up Darren Bravo as he totally misjudged that delivery… WI 52/2 2100 hrs IST: Meanwhile we are seeing a pretty early introduction of spin by Virat Kohli… So here’s the reason why young Joseph has been asked to warm the benches and Bishoo is in playing XI 2050 hrs IST: Darren Bravo is the new man in… He replacesJohnson 2045 hrs IST: WICKET Ishant Sharma strikes with his first delivery as he bowls a short one to Johnson and Rohit completes a good forward diving catch at short leg… WI 31/1 2040 hrs IST: West Indies openers are building upon the partnership now… They are looking solid as WI 31/0 2030 hrs IST: FOUR So Brathwaite releases pressure from himself… Shami just pitches that one shor and Brathwaite didn’t show any mercy to smash it away WI 22/0 2025 hrs IST: The West Indies openers are trying to get their eye in after some shaky start 2015 hrs IST:West Indies are into this game and playing this encounter for pride… I suggest the home side’s batsmen didn’t apply themselves pretty well as they did in the second match 2010 hrs IST: Oh! That just had Brathwaite in some trouble… Just didn’t carry to Murali Vijay India would have had the first cut 2005 hrs IST: So fater Bhuvneshwar Kumar finishes his first it’s Mohammad Shami who will get the ball in his hand 2000 hrs IST: FOUR West Indies begin the contest with a boundary in Port of Spain 1945 hrs IST:IND XI: M Vijay L Rahul V Kohli A Rahane RG Sharma R Ashwin W Saha C Pujara B Kumar M Shami I Sharma 1940 hrs IST: India too make to changes asM Vijay Cheteshwar Pujara are back in playing XI whileShikhar Dhawan Ravindra Jadeja will sit out 1935 hrs IST: Alzarri Joseph has been asked to warm the benches as Devendra Bishoo comes in to replace him 1930 hrs IST: West Indies have won the toss and they have elected to bat first West Indies have won the toss and elected to bat first in the fourth Test #WIvIND pictwittercom/5ZWUBYYHFe — BCCI (@BCCI) 18 August 2016 1900 hrs IST: So the news from the center in that the match has been delayed because of wet outfield Build Up: India vs West Indies: Need to play good cricket consistently to remain No1 says ViratKohli Indian skipper Virat Kohli has said that his team isn’t reading too much into the newly acquired number one ranking in the longest format as they prepare to take on West Indies in the fourth and final Test starting from Thurday?city engineer M T Kamble was issued a warning. insisting that young people of every community back it widely. identified as Dinesh Bhuriya and Pappu. Toronto also holds a two game lead in the Atlantic Division after routing the Los Angeles Lakers in their largest win of the season. VHP had only informed the government about the yatra route and schedule through a letter on August 10. He said the government had officially not informed them about its decision He said the parikrama held in April was for the ordinary public while the upcoming yatra is exclusively for saints Chinmayanand said the UP governments move has agitated the saints and they are ready to court arrest on August 25 Our delegation met SP president Mulayam Singh Yadav and Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on August 17 In these seven daysthe government did not inform us about any objection Even Mulayam and Akhilesh had not opposed the yatra during the meeting They had some objections about the route only? Cavs romp to victory LeBron James had 30 points,under the leadership of Prachanda.
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