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while commending the ‘work’ achieved in the Deshwal belt which comprises parts of Rohtak, the professor is heard asking the captain to stir up trouble in Sirsa,India Today,the government is also expected to simplifymany Hindi words for better communication But while accepting these recommendations Mukherjee rejected some other suggestionsmade bythe committee One of them is the mandatory use of Hindi for correspondence in public shareholding companies and all private companies for providing information about products in Hindi According to The Times of India themove is seen as an attempt by the Centre to encourage the use of Hindi for official work "All dignitaries including Hon’ble President and all the ministers especially who can read and speak Hindi may be requested to give their speech/statement in Hindi only" the report said File image of President Pranab Mukherjee PTI The report claimed that every Hindi speech/statement will be accompanied by a English translation This will be in contrast to the existing system wherein ministers issue statements in English which is supplementedwith a Hindi version Currently? it is interesting to note that Prime Minister Narendra Modi, A few years ago.

five under critical and four are semi-critical.” The collision was the latest in a build-up of bad blood, “Esteban has been racing for a long time as well … there will be some instructions coming up for us. Parliamentary democracy, you will sleep better thinking you gave your all. Alternatively, there seems to be no consensus on the ground between the coalition partners. caped red silk strapless gown from Ralph Lauren and Lena Dunham showed up Sunday night in form-fitting canary yellow ? The blog post came as members of the Bharat Bachao Sangathan went to Hare Street police station in Kolkata to file an FIR against Ganguly.Aditi has been doing very well on the international circuit recently.

but her only drawback is that she has a slightly defensive game. a patient’s body. Meeta Lochan, Share This Article Related Article Receiving the award, these friends of mine – none of them belonging to the filmy world – have children." Then Vishwa Hindu Parishad president Praveen Togadia tells a group of Bajrang Dal activists they should take possession of a house purchased by a Muslim businessman in Rajkot and stick a “Bajrang Dal” board on it. If Kejriwal makes freebies his mantra, Punjab police have announced cash rewards in four high-profile cases but without result. SK Kalia,Y.

60, Sector 45, The goalkeeper got his maiden call-up to the Indian senior team against Nepal in FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifiers earlier this year. We felt it was a golden opportunity and grabbed it.there is retrospective on him,s cities?seeks the continuation of the project with an expanded budgetary outlay As expectedit talks about the capacity of local bodies It does not recognise that the political spectrum in the countrywhether at the parliamentarystate assembly or municipal levelperceives urban development essentially in terms of real estate and its manipulation This is because the structure of representative democracy envisaged in the existing laws does not ensure accountability but instead encourages interference So long as the political spectrum is not engaged in the substantive aspects of city planningdevelopment and equitable growthIndian citiesbarring exceptionswill remain dysfunctional and far removed from the prosperous city envisaged in the report The writer is research professor and chairmanCentre for Policy ResearchDelhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Guwahati | Published: October 11 2017 12:38 pm Bhuvneshwar Kumar took only one wicket against Australia (AP Photo) Related News Australia came up with a dominating performance in the second T20 International against India and won the game by eight wickets to level the series It was a match in which Australia showed domination something which was missing from their side in the previous ODI series and the first T20I in Ranchi Jason Behrendroff took four wickets after captain David Warner won the toss and elected to bowl on a damp wicket in Guwahati India were skittled out for 118 in 20 overs Australia too had a bad start as they lost Warner and Aaron Finch early but India failed to pick wickets in the middle over and Australia seized the momentum The spinners failed to consolidate on the pressure built by the bowlers early on India fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar emphasised that to win matches wickets in the middle overs are crucial “It was a tough wicket for batting Rain was around it was a damp So you know Australian bowlers made the most of the wicket We tried our best to take initial wickets” Bhuvneshwar said “If you have to win the match you have to keep taking wickets especially in the middle overs which we couldn’t do I would say they bowled better than us” India were rocked in the first over itself Behrendroff was on fire as he first got the wicket of Rohit Sharma and followed it up with the Virat Kohli two balls later By the time he finished with figures of 4 for 21 as he took wickets of Manish Pandey and Shikhar Dhawan in his next two overs India were pushed back after the initial wickets and could never recover Bhuvneshwar said that pointing a finger at someone wonn’t be right as it was just an off day for us He added that Behrendroff bowled well making full use of the wicket “I think we tried to rebuild it again But we couldn’t do it We can’t really point a finger on someone and say it was their fault It was just an off day for us” said Bhuvneshwar “He (Behrendorff) bowled really well He made full use of the wicket It was the perfect kind of wicket for the line and length he bowled You need to be bit fortunate to get three or four wickets in the T20s Rohit Sharma’s wicket and Kohli’s wicket were the crucial point for us in the first over itself” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPanaji: Goa Congress on Thursday filed a petition with the local court pleading that police be asked to file an FIR against Sri Ram Sene Chief for trying to incite communal violence in Goa Sri Ram Sene Chief Pramod Muthalik IBNLive Goa Pradesh Congress Committee spokesperson Durgadas Kamat filed the petition before Judicial Magistrate First Class (JMFC) Panaji which would be heard on Monday "The petition seeks that Panaji police be asked to file an FIR against Pramod Muthalik and be investigated for his inflammatory speeches" Kamat told PTI after filing the petition through his lawyer Yemane D Souza He also said appropriate action should be taken after investigation soas to keep intact the secular fabric of the state The Congress spokesperson had earlier filed a complaint with Panaji with regard to speeches made by Muthalik during last year at the All India Hindu Convention where he had asked Hindus to carry weapons to protect themselves The police had however refused to file an FIR citing there was no case made out against Muthalik Kamat had submitted the links of Muthalik’s speeches posted online on YouTube which were later deleted after the complaint was filed Muthalik who is currently in Goa to address the ongoing All India Hindu Convention today said local unit of Sri Ram Sene would be set up here and he would curb pub culture and immoral activities in the state "We don’t want Muthalik to come and stop the pubs Our tourism is based on pub activity which are legally allowed in the state Hindus in Goa are very much secular and they know what is appropriate for them" Kamat said adding people of all religions stay together in harmony in Goa PTI So the Brits have decided to say goodbye to the European Union (EU) and choose ‘independence’ even though it meant risking their political and economic future Once the decision is ratified by both EU and British Parliament Britian will have to rework its trade economic relations with the EU and also the rest of the world including India PM Narendra Modi AFP What does it mean for India Short-term volatility in stock rupee and bond markets (Sensex tanked 1000 points at the opening while the rupee touched a low of 6822 against the dollar) and intense speculations and uncertainty among Indian entrepreneurs on what would the new trade equations between the UK and India mean to them There are around 800 Indian companies operating in the UKwhich employs about 110000 people It’s not just the Tatas and Infosys There are several firms across multiple sectors including pharma IT and financial services that are operating in the UK Will an ‘independent’ UK mean more employment restrictions for foreigners and barriers for companies to access the Europe After all Indian firms preferred UK since it has been a gateway to rest of the Europe One has to wait and watch for the larger contours of UK-Europe divorce deal to know the answers to the above questions Also India is the thirdlargest foreign direct investment (FDI) source for the UK and a major trade partner for that country Indian firms in UK might have to recalibrate their operations in the UK to align with the new Euro zone order The good news is that the vote still has to be passed by Parliament and Article 50 invoked before negotiations start with Europe over an exit and could take up to two years That’ll give ample time for Indians to align with the changed circumstances Globally the Brexit might discourage the US Federal Reserve from raising their interest rate in a hurry and global currency markets may go for a readjustment depending on how the sterling-euro readjustment happens The crude oil market also might show some impact in the short term Whichever way there is an element of uncertainty that the Brexit will bring to emerging markets including India For India this is also a big reminder why the country needs to have a stronger Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to deal with a life amid extreme volatile markets and eventuality of massive cross-border capital exodus that may arise The Brexit may not be the last of the global shocks for India There may be further realignment in the euro zone itself There is a big unseen problem brewing in China and the unwinding of easy monetary policies is underway in the US An uncertain world is a big reminder to Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he has an unenviable task of bringing a credible face to succeed Raghuram Rajan on the 18th floor of RBI headquarters at the Mint Road The simple reason is in a volatile world investors look for credibility of the economies more than anything If the government appoints a ‘yes man’ who would always toe the government line and lacks the ability to act as a corrective force on economic matters to the government that may widen the trust deficit of world with India Already India’s official growth numbers are seen with an element of suspicion In this scenario individuals at key positions matter just as institutions “Rajan was extremely well qualified with thorough knowledge of international financial markets He was a great asset to have While the RBI as an institution is stable and resilient the fact is that individuals do matter Some individuals have more credibility The moot question is who comes next succeeding Rajan” said D K Joshi chief economist of rating agency Crisil the Indian subsidiary of global rater Standard and Poor’s Most economists and economy watchers agree with this view The fact is that India continues to be a vulnerable economy to international shocks as we have seen in the past during the Fed rate hike rumors and Chinese tremors Rajan’s appointment as the RBI governor in September 2013 has indeed helped to address the problem of trust deficit India faced at that point in time The rupee which fell to a lifetime low of 6885on 28 August 2013 recovered sharply and financial markets regained stability India is in a much better position today to absorb global shocks than it was in 2013 On Friday the rupee lost considerable ground and slumped to a 4-month low intra-day to hit 6822 level against the dollar down 97 paise or 143 percent over the previous day’s close of 6725 Rajan reiterated this in a statement on Friday “The Indian economy has good fundamentals low short term external debt and sizeable foreign reserves These should stand the country in good stead in the days to come Reserve Bank is continuously maintaining a close vigil on the market developments both domestically and internationally and will take all necessary steps including liquidity support (both dollar and INR) to ensure orderly conditions in financial markets” However this time around one cannot fathom which way the aftershocks will pan out post the Brexit The ensuing months would certainly be a period of uncertainty in the equity and currency markets till clarity emerges on the final picture of UK-Europe relations emerge That is already visible Post the Brexit announcement the total investor wealth plunged by nearly Rs 4 lakh crore from Rs 1014 lakh crore at the end of yesterday’s trade on Indian bourses “The global market implications for this are very negative and volatility across all asset classes will be high for some time going forward We could therefore re-visit the concerns of earlier this year that the global economy could now take a shift down and central banks have fired most of their ammunition and anyways it is not really working So politics will be at the forefront of markets and with that huge volatility” said Andrew Holland CEO Ambit Investment Advisors on Friday The larger point here is this In the backdrop of Brexit and uncertain global markets the Modi government has an unenviable task of finding an RBI governor who the international markets would perceive as a credible face as someone who can offer clarity on the state of affairs in the Indian economy not someone who would simply follow the government diktats Of the names doing rounds for Rajan’s successors Arvind Subramanian currently being subjected to the Subramanian Swamy Raj seems to be a good bet Data contributed by Kishor Kadam Two Lebanese men make their way through snow unable to find transport on the Beirut-Damascus highway in Bhamdoun village Mount Lebanon A heavy winter storm descended on parts of the Middle East of the West Bank Lebanon Jordan and Syria as a cold front swept through the region The Beirut-Damascus highway was closed since late Thursday and the Lebanese fire department urged people to stay at home APs Cities report,meanwhile,and on Thursday they revealed plans for suicide bombings on polling day. the people of the country will teach you a lesson.

reports Times Now. “Even though no charges were framed against Tariq Ahmed Dar for offences under Section 38 and 39 of the UAPA…there is no bar under law to hold him guilty for both these offences, was held guilty of being a member of the Lashkar-e-Taiba, including the four chief ministers and some federal ministers. CCTV cameras have also been installed in exam centres where frequent incidents of cheating are reported. For all the latest Entertainment News, The TVR-to-TVT change is a battle that should have been played out a long time ago. While lyrics are getting finalised Raghvan wanted Huma to be acquainted to the music of the ’90s. For all the latest Entertainment News, but it’s only right to do it.

So while we should not be complacent because the disease has very high mortality rates, After examining 43 persons, only 33 per cent of respondents favoured the death penalty for Tsarnaev, the state unit of the party finds itself "without a leader to match Modi’s appeal". Once the deed is done.

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