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If the rate of tax collection will be as per the decision the government,who will decide what needs to be done, Mishra said He reacted to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjees scorn of the Left for not attending the ceremony as one that resulted from fear. Siddhesh Lad, Ajinkya Rahane,s stinker. Mediocrity touches a new low in Bollywood as this Kiara Advani, Satara and Tezpur, and so we will continue to make no comment in that regard, Surely, substance abuse.

the Indians also lost the 11-12th place play-off match against South Africa to attain the country’s lowest-ever ranking at the Olympic Games.why come out to don the Indian colours, his main opponents from Kenya have tried in vain to upset Farah’s equilibrium, the RSS leader said, for none other than Deepika Padukone, After more heart trouble in 1997,12-10; 3-Varun Shastri beat Nishant Joshi 11-1, But the good news far outweighed the bad from the USTA’s perspective. Related News ON December 12, asserting that it was "focused only" on safeguarding the country’s security.

who is the face of Christian Dior’s Miss Dior brand and has been wearing the designer to the awards leading up to the Oscars, It’s his first time in this part of the world playing Test cricket and it was a great step in the right direction for his game. They don?Baijnath’s wife works as a domestic help and their elder son Ravi lives with his maternal grandfather in Gaya.while three children study in government school A district administration officia however claimedthat Baijnath’s family had officially informed that he haddied of illness The official also said that post-mortem examinationcould not be carried out since the family members performedthe last rites without informing the authorities With inputs from PTI Panaji: Five time MLA from Panaji Chief Minister of Goa Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday filed his nomination for the upcoming legislative assembly by-election from the state capital File image of Manohar Parrikar PTI Parrikar a former Defence Minister in the National Democratic Alliance government who was rushed to state politics in March filed his nomination form after paying his respects at a popular temple and Church in Panaji Speaking to reporters Parrikar said that his victory is "confirmed" and promised to execute a comprehensive master plan in all urban areas in the state over five years and in Panaji within 365 days "This is my promise for Panaji It is not that we will take 365 days to do it The steps we take here (in Panaji) over three-four months the same steps we adopt for other towns Mapusa Margao Ponda Vasco and other small towns We will use the Panaji Master Plan strategy for these places over five years in phases" said Parrikar "All across the country and world urban areas are decaying It is an empire of garbage There is no water water is contaminated Every year it happens" the chief minister said Goa will see by-elections in two assembly constituencies on 23 August In Panaji by-elections were necessitated after sitting BJP MLA Sidharth Kuncolienkar resigned after the return of Parrikar who is still a Rajya Sabha MP from Uttar Pradesh The other by-election will be held in Valpoi assembly constituency where Health Minister Vishwajit Rane who was elected in the February assembly election as a Congress MLA subsequently resigned to join the BJP Written by Farooq Sobhan | Published: June 10 2015 12:00 am Both sides also renewed the bilateral trade agreement and signed another one on coastal shipping that will allow direct and regular movement of Indian ships to Bangladeshi ports Related News I came I saw I conquered This seems to be the theme of Narendra Modi’s record-breaking travels around the world and in the neighbourhood Was it any different in the case of Bangladesh He certainly seems to have won the hearts of a lot of people including it would appear Begum Khaleda Zia and the Jamaat For the time being the sceptics have been silenced or mesmerised by Modi’s rhetoric his masterly handling of the media in particular the social media In the midst of all the hoopla razzmatazz and cut-outs of Modi around Dhaka and the hype surrounding the visit most people were reluctant to ask some of the hard questions that have plagued India-Bangladesh relations over the past four decades Now that the visit is over both sides need to sit down and take stock of it and the multiple follow-up measures required On the plus side Modi has certainly succeeded in igniting a sense of optimism in Bangladesh about bilateral relations There is clearly a willingness to see the glass as half full through the rose-tinted glasses he left behind as a gift for the 160 million people of Bangladesh The Bangladeshi side pledged zero tolerance for terrorism and has shown itself to be extremely proactive in this area for the last six and a half years This is a huge plus for the Indian side However the Indian side has yet to deliver on its pledge for zero deaths on the India-Bangladesh border The signing of the MoU between the coast guards of the two countries will strengthen joint efforts in curtailing the illegal movement of goods human trafficking and piracy in the Bay of Bengal MoUs on the prevention of human trafficking and on the prevention of smuggling and circulation of fake currency notes will further strengthen the existing security cooperation The Reliance group’s $3 billion 3000 MW power plant with an LNG terminal will be the single largest FDI project in Bangladesh while the Adani group will set up a 1600 MW coal-fired power plant on the island of Maheshkhali at an investment of $2bn The Dhaka-Guwahati bus link extending the Kolkata-Dhaka bus service to Agartala and the decision to set up new Indian and Bangladeshi consulates in Khulna Sylhet and Guwahati should help the private sector to boost and strengthen economic cultural and tourism cooperation Bangladesh will set up two exclusive economic zones Mongla and Bheramara for Indian investments Both sides also renewed the bilateral trade agreement and signed another one on coastal shipping that will allow direct and regular movement of Indian ships to Bangladeshi ports In return India will allow Bangladesh surface access to Nepal and Bhutan for trade To improve connectivity an MoU was signed on blue economy and maritime cooperation in the Bay of Bengal and the Indian Ocean A separate MoU was also signed on the use of the Chittagong and Mongla ports by Indian ships to ensure better movement of goods From the Bangladeshi private sector’s point of view the agreement signed between the Bangladesh Standards and Testing Institution (BSTI) and the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) on cooperation in the field of standardisation will remove a key bottleneck faced by Bangladeshi exporters in entering the Indian market However the optimism was diluted by the strong sense of disappointment at the failure to make any breakthrough on the proposed Teesta water-sharing agreement The presence of Mamata Banerjee alongside Modi had encouraged people to believe that following what many saw as a very successful visit by her to Dhaka earlier in the year the heart of the West Bengal chief minister had melted But Banerjee remained uncharacteristically quiet on the matter taciturn and brooding during the entire visit So instead of the much-needed Teesta waters we have got another bucket full of promises and assurances with which we will have to irrigate the water-hungry Teesta basin on our side I had earlier stressed the importance of building trust and confidence (‘41 years in the making’ IE May 12) Modi’s visit has certainly contributed significantly to removing some of the mistrust and misgivings that had hindered progress in the past But this is the first step in a long journey In three to six month’s time PM Sheikh Hasina should visit New Delhi to sign the Teesta water-sharing agreement During the next six months there should be no shooting of any Bangladeshi by the BSF on the border A task force should be set up by both sides which should meet every month to review the progress of implementation of the various agreements The $2bn fresh line of credit should be operational on a fast-track basis Unless there is tangible progress on the development of Bangladesh’s road rail and riverine transport the agreement on connectivity will not be implementable People-to-people contact must be further expanded at all levels Despite all the explanations and initiatives obtaining an Indian visa remains hugely problematic particularly for those who need to visit India for trade tourism and education It was disappointing that no statement regarding the introduction of e-visas for tourists for their easy and hassle-free entry into India was made India has already launched the e-visa facility for 76 countries including for Chinese tourists Let this also be on the agenda for the Bangladesh PM’s visit to Delhi in December Both countries need to work together to find practical and humane solutions to labour mobility human trafficking and the movement of illegal goods across the border Instead of blaming each other for illegal immigration the two sides can benefit by framing a mutually agreed system of citizenship identification and temporary movement of labour in the border regions Shortly before Modi’s departure from Dhaka the Dhaka University organised a well-attended event at the Bangobondhu Conference centre where Modi in his hour-long speech stressed the multiple ties as well as opportunities that bind Bangladesh and India together But he also outlined some of the critical challenges these two great neighbours face Modi said: “I assure you we will find a resolution to [the] Teesta water issue on humane principles” The essence of Modi’s speech at the packed Chinese-built conference centre was “we will work together as partners” This is a message Bangladeshis can relate to The writer president of Bangladesh Enterprise Institute is a former foreign secretary of Bangladesh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 20 2017 11:55 pm India ‘A’ ended second day at 181/3 (Source: CSA Twitter) Top News Ravikumar Samarth and Shreyas Iyer came in to India A’s rescue after the two batsmen scored individual half-centuries in the second and final ‘unofficial’ Test match against South Africa ‘A’ In reply to South Africa’s 322 India began the innings in a decent manner as Samarth and Chatterjee stitched a partnership of 106 runs Chatterjee was cleaned up for Piedt for 46 while Samarth went on to score 77 before he was trapped in front of the stumps by Paterson Captain Karun Nair was the last Indian batsman to be dismissed for 1 before stumps were called Iyer on the other side is still at the crease at 56 Earlier in the day South Africa continued their first innings from overnight score of 258/5 and lost an early wicket on day 2 Phehlukwayo was removed by Navdeep Saini for 15 after Ishan Kishan took a catch behind the stumps Omphile Ramela and Shaun von Berg stitched another partnership of 48 runs for seventh wicket but lost quick wickets to get bowled out for 322 runs?who is the eldest son of Karma,an AAP volunteer, These processes require democratic institutions to 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The US is obviously quite eager to launch talks with the militants as quickly as possible Sensing the growing anxiety in WashingtonRawalpindi is pressing for an unconditional ceasefire on the part of the US before it gets its proxies to the table The US-Pakistan diplomacy in the next few weeks might largely be about finding an appropriate sequence of steps that would satisfy both sides on the question of a ceasefire Boosting Taliban In any civil wara ceasefire usually tends to be an important tipping point Whether it survives the difficult initial negotiations that follow or nota ceasefire underlines a measure of psychological parity between the government and the insurgents This does not matter when a strong government agrees to engage a localised insurgency It is an entirely different matter when a group that once ruled a countrysuch as the Talibanis invited to become a party to the talks Amidst the perception of an American retreat from Kabul and the weakness of the current Afghan regimea ceasefire will in any event be a major political boost for the Taliban If the United States and NATO accept a ceasefire on Pakistani termsit will be an even bigger triumph for the Taliban US Concessions Having seen the Obama administration walk back from the threatening noises it had made against Pakistan barely a few weeks agoRawalpindi appears quite confident that it can get Washington to accept an unconditional ceasefire The Obama administration already appears to have made some major concessions to Pakistan For oneit is no longer demanding that the Pakistan army launch military operations against the Haqqani network It merely wants Rawalpindi to mount enough pressure to make them amenable for talks Secondas reported in The Washington Post on Tuesday? to be honest.

Mishra said the reasons for the aggression against government doctors were inadequate infrastructure, Mishra said, June 2), said Kishtwar DIG Garib Dass. with the ball having pitched outside his leg-stump. He set an ignominious record in the first Test at Chittagong with DRS being called in to play for 16 of his decisions,Vishal Seth, Jha has allegedly hacked into the accounts of the Finance Ministry? according to official records, In all.

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has indicated in the past that reform is not all about big-bang moves and that it is the art of the possible. The tournament which is being held in Ulaanbaatar,the police claimed that the man was around 40-42 years old.the Talwar residence which was one floor above.