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This year, the Dylan of the East.

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Rai,000. “No,where the RBI has much broader powers of regulation, reservation etc will be at par with NSD or not. yet they were paraded. When she proceeds to file a complaint, For Nadal,a rebellion by the chief ministers to snatch power from the Congress and BJP in 2014? In a piece of commentary (February 27)the paper writes: It is not just a disagreement with the Centres decision the objective is to forge a new united front against the Congress and the BJP… After the inclusion of a party like Telugu Desamthe way will be cleared for a strong political formation? We want peace.

The government has recently signed an agreement with the World Bank for financial resources for the low-income housing sector. he said no title is equal to what he had chosen for himself because he had decided to add his mother’s name as the title.I couldn’t go back from my stated stance on zero tolerance on corruption and benami property." has a worthwhile resonance today Written by Nandagopal Rajan | Updated: February 27 2017 12:22 pm Nokia has announced four new phones — Nokia 6 Nokia 5 Nokia 3 and the all new Nokia 3310 Related News Nokia is back The brand that gave most of us our first phone is back in business The best thing about the ‘Return of Nokia’ is that it does not really care about us those who have used a Nokia device before and knows what it stands for It is clearly looking to impress those who have never used a Nokia phone before And going by what we have seen the Finnish legacy company which is now powered by the Finnish startup HMD Global might have more than a chance It is offering a bold statement which still rings true to what we are used to from Nokia school of design but is very modern It is offering a pure Android experience which we all know has widespread acceptance And it is offering the kind of price points that might bring it back into the reckoning across the globe WATCH |10 Lesser Known Facts About Virat Kohli It has ambitions to become the top smartphone player in the industry not a small hill to climb given that despite all the brand recollect and legacy understanding of technologies Nokia will have to start from square one It will try and build on its base of strong design and quality not an attribute all smartphone makers these days can wear on their chest But that does not mean it doesn’t want to push the envelope which it is doing by offering a metallic body at very competitive prices Remember this is the same company that gave us the plasticky Lumia series Nokia 6’s global variant was also announced by the company at the MWC launch event At the outset it seems at least one company could come in for some challenge from Nokia and that is Motorola Nokia’s “unique take on Android” which it wants to offer in its purest form and that too with regular updates might just end up killing the USP of the Moto series phones Yes that too is a legacy brand but it won’t be able to call dibs on the pure Android experience once the Nokia 3 5 and 6 are in town MWC 2017 Nokia launch highlights To top it off Nokia is offering a more premium design across its range It is too early to say but there could be a fight on the cards But yes Nokia’s take of a pure secure and up to date operating system might find a lot of takers This might be the best way for Nokia to appeal to the new generation the ones that have no Nokia recollect Those who have used a Nokia before might end up picking one just for the sake of nostalgia and kind of the trust the brand still evokes For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 28 2017 8:20 pm Kiara Advani is the niece of actor Juhi Chawla Related News ActorKiara Advani who made her debut in 2014 with the film Fugly and was last seen in M S Dhoni: The Untold Story says people will find difficulty in any field in the initial years “I think no matter what field you choose there will be challenges and it will always be difficult initially to get your foothold into it but personally I have enjoyed my journey (in Bollywood)” Kiara told IANS The 24-year-old says every single experience and opportunity has made her what she is today More from the world of Entertainment: “I have learnt a lot from it So I don’t see it as a struggle personally…It’s something you have to be patient about…If anyone wants to get into this industry I think patience is something you really need to learn to have…If you enjoy what you do then that patience is totally worth it” she said Kiara will next be seen in Machine a romantic thriller whichmarks the debut of Mustafa son of Abbas Burmawala from the popular director duo Abbas-Mustan The film’s trailer was released recently? This is for the third time Nitish Kumar has resigned as the chief minister of Bihar — first in March 2005 when he did not have majority numbers on his side in the state assembly.fence-sitter and did not want to make his position clear.The CAB had already clarified that they won’t attend anymeeting till Dalmiya’s condolence meeting gets over on October2 Amitabh Chaudhary while making it clear that he wants acandidate from East also clarified that he is currently inKolkata "As far as I am concerned it is East Zone’s turn to havetheir president from 2014 to 2017 I want the bylaws of BCCIconstitution to be followed in letter and spirit As far as Iam concerned I am currently in Kolkata and if any group ishaving a meeting they are free to do so" Chaudhary said National Cricket Club which is like Jagmohan Dalmiya’sfamily club represented by his friend KP Kajaria also werenot present Kajaria himself is not keeping well these days Tripura CA’s Sourav Dasgupta who is a known AnuragThakur loyalist in any case would not have attended themeeting While Thakur faction is in favour of RajeevShukla taking over as the President it does not have theclear majority to ensure victory for the Congress MP Similarly Pawar group also have four committed voters inMumbai CA Vidarbha CA (Shashank Manohar) Mahrashtra CA(Ajay Shirke) and Saurashtra CA (Niranjan Shah) Pawar group would certainly need Thakur and his partyBJP’s explicit support to pull it off Pawar met Srini inorder to test whether the current ICC chairman would supporthim and then calculate how many of the floating votes can comein his favour PTI By: PTI | Dayton Beach (florida) | Published: December 5 2016 9:37 pm Aditi Ashok turned in a one-over 73 in the final round and finished at two-under for the four days She posted rounds of 73-70-71-71-73 (Source: File) Top News Indian golfer Aditi Ashok scripted another piece of history in her fast-rising career by clinching partial playing rights on the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour with a tied 24th finish in the Qualifying Tournament here The 18-year-old turned in a one-over 73 in the final round and finished at two-under for the four days She posted rounds of 73-70-71-71-73 “It was a long week with a lot of ups and downs throughout the week” said Ashok “I think I could have done better I finished just 2-under but it is not bad” Ashok who has had a positive attitude all week has had a whirlwind last month with two wins on the Ladies European Tour “The last couple weeks have been amazing starting with my win back home in India I won last week in Qatar and moved up the Order of Merit and hopefully I can do well in Dubai next week and then it will be a good year” said Ashok Ashok said she plans to play in as many LPGA events as possible next year “Obviously I want to play in as many majors as I can hopefully all of them I want to play in as many LPGA events as possible because I’ve done well on the LET and I think I have potential to do well on the LPGA as well” she said There will be 31 rookies on the LPGA Tour next year: Aditi Ashok Brittany Benvenuto Celine Boutier Nicole Broch Larsen Hannah Burke Karen Chung Jenny Coleman Emily Collins Daniela Darquea Regan De Guzman Justine Dreher Allyssa Ferrell Jennifer Ha Nasa Hataoka Caroline Inglis Augusta James Lauren Kim Min-G Kim Olafia Kristinsdottir Bronte Law Maria Parra Emily Pedersen Katherine Perry Krista Puisite Mel Reid Madeleine Sheils Mariah Stackhouse Jessy Tang Emily Tubert Britney Yada and Angel Yin For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: June 3 2010 1:26 am Related News UPA-II is giving the distinct impression of being listless It is more a government that is riding on past achievementssome good luck and insipid oppositionthan on creativitysense of purpose and administrative authority While the Indian economy is showing signs of a good recoverythat ought to introduce a sense of urgency rather than of complacency To put it bluntly: if we cannot put in place measures to fix some of our most fundamental challengeswhile the economic and demographic circumstances are propitiouswe will be in deep trouble a decade or so from now But the UPA is giving every indication that it is postponing tackling major challengeson the Narasimha Rao theory of Indian governance: that if you sit on a problem long enough it will eventually go away Worse stillit is presiding over a manifest deterioration in institutional capacity in some respects One of the abiding curiosities of the UPAs own narrative is that the single most important item that the prime minister promised in its first termadministrative reformhas completely dropped off the radar We cannot live off the laurels of the RTI Act as a measure of administrative reform for ever While some areas of government have improvedthe administrative rot is now eating away at the sovereign functions of the state We may be able to make the writ of the state run by deploying the army and paramilitary forces in the short run; we may even be able to do some development projects But it is wishful thinking to suppose that a state can function without a well-functioning police force Even though it is a state subjectit is no exaggeration to say that the UPA must bear some responsibility for the rapid deterioration in our effective policing capacitiesone that is going to haunt us in the near future Secondeven in subjects over which the UPA is claiming sanctimonious monopolythe social sectorits record is with the exception of the NREGA selling stale goods The right to education bill was a normative landmark But the bill was yesterdays battle Ironicallythe bill was enacted in a year where enrolment has crossed 100 per cent Our future challenges are retention and qualitytwo issues the bill explicitly militates against Higher education is an area central to future job growth and wealth creation But despite high-profile promises and a raft of billsthere is no evidence of any will to tackle the fundamental problems of this sector The bills introduced in Parliament are a combination of wishful thinkingsymbolic gestures and punitive measures They do not address real problems On food securitythe government has been pusillanimous States like Tamil Naduwhich universalised the PDSor Chhattisgarhwhich has introduced novel tracking systems are far ahead of what the government is promising And there is something odd about claiming to be concerned about food securitybut letting the ministry of agriculture work the way it does Its management of inflation has probably neutralised welfare gains What the UPA is frittering away is an opportunity to think of a new welfare architecture Thirdin infrastructure and energy the governments performance has been tepid The JNNURM has certainly put more money into projects in cities; our buses are better looking than they were But in terms of its two fundamental objectives it has largely failed Firstit has not brought about serious reform in urban governance Secondit is not even remotely close to catalysing a form of urbanisation that is sustainableinclusive and with access to the kinds of services cities need Againstates are responsible for much of what happens to water But the Central government cannot escape complicity in the fact that our strategy for water use and preservation is fundamentally flawed On the energy frontarguably the single most important element in Indias growth story going aheadthere has been relatively little movement The commitment to create different climate and energy missions has been just that: a commitment to create missions Our failure on a robust energy strategy gives the lie to two of the governments core commitments How can we even dream of inclusive economic growthif states like Bihar have barely a few hours of electricity a day Secondit gives a lie to the governments commitment to position India as a leading edge technology power On most economic issuesit is taking the easy way out If we have a fiscal deficitdont worry We can always sell PSU stakes and spectrum to balance books Subsidy reform was promisedthen disappeared from the agendaostensibly till every Indian has a unique ID But perhaps most importantlythe UPA is generating immense political unease To be fairthe UPAs big success has been that minorities are less anxious But its management of political conflict again nails the hollowness of its claims on inclusive growth Will the Northeast have development if Manipur is blockaded for weeks Will Jharkhand have development if trains cannot run at night Is Andhra threatening to slide back on its recent economic gainsbecause the Congress has managed to generate colossal uncertainty The governments ability to manage avoidable conflict is turning out to be shockingly low and speaks of a lack of political judgment and commitment But there is a deeper bad taste being left by its performance that consistently reminds its supporters why they had come to fear the Congress Its commitment to the health of institutions remains questionable While the first family may conduct themselves with dignitythe culture of second-guessinginarticulacyand lack of forthrightness in the culture of the party is enervating Alsothe UPA may have a modernist and forward-looking veneerbut it is too easily tempted to casually flirt with identity politics It is being too complacent in its belief that the state can continue to frame policy in terms of caste and religionwithout it generating a reactionary backlash The premises that frame the UPAs report card reveal its shrunken horizons It has no sense of how its action and performance fit into a larger vision For a government entering the second year of a second termthe benchmark of performance cannot be a scheme here and a scheme there The country is marching on But the biggest failure of the UPA is that we still have the sneaking suspicion that it is doing so despite the governmentnot because of it The writer is presidentCentre for Policy ResearchNew Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: January 10 2014 11:48 pm Related News In a rare candid admission the Supreme Court on Friday said it was not a “supercop” nor it believed that all its directions could be implemented to the hilt “Don’t convert the Supreme Court into a supercop… we know it is not It is meant for laying down guidelines and issuing directives to uphold constitutional mandates” observed a Bench of Justices A K Patnaik and F M I Kalifulla The Bench was hearing an application by PIL petitioner Avishek Goenka who wanted the court to appoint a retired SC judge as an independent authority to oversee that court’s verdict on removing tinted glasses and films from vehicles are duly complied with Goenka asserted that the court must intervene in the wake of recent incidents of rape in Delhi Haryana and West Bengal where cars with tinted glasses and films were used in committing crimes “Do you think that all our orders can be implemented fully At least I am 100 per cent sure that everything cannot be done by the Supreme Court… like cleaning Ganga and Yamuna rivers We do pass directions when matters come to us but we cannot monitor everything on a daily basis” said Justice Patnaik Justice Patnaik then narrated how and why he chose not to hear the case relating to cleaning of Yamuna — an issue that was suo motu taken up by SC in 1994 and array of directions were passed to several authorities ever since “Cleaning of Yamuna matter came before me but I knew I could not hear it I hence requested that the matter be listed before a Bench which thinks it can do so” he said Justice Patnaik then asked Justice Kalifulla if he thought he could get the river cleaned “I also think like my brother judge” replied Justice Kalifulla Ironically on the same day a Bench led by Chief Justice P Sathasivam admitted a PIL on preventing river Ganga from getting polluted This Bench issued notices to the Centre and states of Uttrakhand Uttar Pradesh Bihar Jharkhand and West Bengal on the PIL seeking prohibition against throwing waste material from factories into Ganga and check pollution Meanwhile Goenka on his part sought to convince the court complaining about deployment of police personnel for VIP security but expressing inability to have adequate force to remove tinted glasses and films Unimpressed the Bench told him that the implementation was to be done by the government authorities and if they fail to do so courts do not lose their credibility It also took exception to Goenka’s prayer to appoint a retired apex court for monitoring “A retired Supreme Court judge is not meant for this Don’t convert him into an inspector of police” it said ‘Stop eating onions to control its price’ Ordinarily dealing with serious legal issues the Supreme Court Friday had to bear with a PIL that asked the court to regulate sale of onions and other vegetables to check their shooting prices A Bench led by Justice B S Chauhan was understandably brusque in reply: “Selling onions and potatoes is not the job of the court” Dismissing the PIL the Bench warned petitioner Vishnu Pratap Singh against burdening the court with such pleas “Onion is not oxygen that you cannot live without it You stop eating onions for two months and its price would come under control” it said ENS For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: October 2 2013 12:37 am Related News Urdu journalist Sayed Mohammad Ahmad Kazmian accused in the 2012 Israeli diplomat attack casehas approached the High Court against an administrative order to transfer all Special Cell cases to a single dedicated court Appearing before the court of Justice Pradeep Nandrajog and Justice V K RaoKazmis counsel Mehmood Pracha argued that Additional Sessions Judge Atul Kumar Garg of Tis Hazari court has completed the hearing of arguments on framing of charges and it is unfair to transfer the case at this stage Claiming that the case against Kazmi was pending at the stage of pronouncement of the order on chargePracha said the case should not be transferred from the Tis Hazari court to the court of Additional Sessions Judge Daya Prakash Earliera similar appeal was filed by 2008 Delhi serial blasts accused Mohammed Shakeel and is pending judgment While the plea filed by Shakeel did not impugn the entire orderKazmis plea asked for quashing of the administrative order issued by the High Court on August 3claiming that the order was cryptic and bad in law as it did not provide for any relaxation or exception depending on the facts of each individual case Pointing out that the arguments on charge had been heard extensivelyKazmis counsel said?to indulge in these kind of meetings when Mr Dalmiya’s shraddh? I have no idea if this development expedited his transfer,arrived on the spot at 2. Shivhare said,These people lack information about HIV+ and we are trying hard to convince them The doctors are also trying their best It will take some timebut we are sure we would convince these agitating parents?The RVR (runway visibility range) went to as low as 700 metres at Runway 29.

We conduct operations and they (operations) are clean.” the Indian Ambassador told PTI. including Union ministers Harsh Vardhan and Vijay Goel, she calls him Rishiji, 2016 The two actors have not formally been in any pictures together yet. Took this at Dehradun airport today , it may not be that easy with Zadaphia and the former Congress MLAs, this time round. Like the players,fellow Jnanpith award winner and Hindi poet Kunwar Narain.

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