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was arrested on April 14. In Money Solution,chacha, I charge only the rich but for poor I work for free. A month ago Prasad’s elder son Tej Pratap Yadav had taken out a procession riding a horse driven chariot here and was followed by more than 200 motorcycles in the prohibited area and the police stood helpless. which he alleged was "provoked" by Prasad and his two minister sons. The first Rs 10 crore defamation suit was filed by Jaitley against Kejriwal and five other AAP leaders in 2015. Kejriwal further said that the statement of the senior advocate recorded in the proceedings of evidence on May 17 (which is alleged as the cause of action of the present suit) was beyond "the scope of the knowledge or anticipation of the defendant and was recorded as the request of the plaintiff". That is why, You can’t shut down the entire education system and say it is a?

by Aradhna Aggarwal) and by Panduranga Reddy C.Prasad A and Pavan Kumar G show that SEZs have a significant positive impact on foreign exchange earningsemployment generation and hence poverty reduction The net cost benefit impact of SEZ is therefore highly positive Given the above detailsit may not be completely misplaced to argue that the additional expenditure for implementing the food security bill is far greater than any actual revenue forgone for promoting economic activity in the country So where do we go from here We believe what is important is that we must strive to improve our tax base now As Graph showsIndias tax revenue as a percentage of GDP is much lower compared to its neighbouring countries As a case in pointconsider the following facts The total number of assessees expanded at a measly 3 per cent for the five-year period ending 2009-10the number of returns in excess of Rs 1 crore is only 006 per cent of 34 million assessees and the number of PAN card holders was 96 million for the year ending 2009-10 (hence the filing gap is more than 60 million)We mustthereforeexpand our tax base immediately Secondto implement such food safety billswe need to improve our delivery mechanisms drastically to plug leakages A significant portion of foodgrainsmainly rice and wheatmeant to be distributed to eligible families under the PDS gets diverted to the open market The diversion rate was estimated to be around 36 per cent in 2004-05 (study quoted by the ministry of foodconsumer affairs and public distribution) Measures like involving gram panchayatsself-help groupsvan suraksha samitis and other community institutions in the running of fair price shops could be used as an effective delivery mechanism to plug leakages (Banerjee and TiwariETJanuary 282012) These apartdelivery mechanisms like cash transfers/ food stamps could also be successfully replicated in India For examplethe largest cash transfers such as Brazils Bolsa Família and Mexicos Oportunidades cover millions of households The food stamp programme is also a central component of Americas nutrition assistance safety net The stated purpose of this: to permit low-income households to obtain a more nutritious diet by increasing their purchasing power (The Food Stamp Act of 1977as amendedPL 95-113) Food securityan urgent necessitywill be ensured only when Indian agriculture is modernised and productivity and yields rise in the coming years In our viewit willthereforebe far more effective and sustainable to allocate additional public resources for developing agricultureinfrastructure and delivering new technologies to the sector This will more effectively ensure food security in the country Rajiv Kumar is secretary-generalFICCIand Soumya Kanti Ghosh is directoreconomics & researchFICCI The authors thank Nibedita Saha for research Views are personal(Concluded) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Syed Ata Hasnain | Updated: June 18 2014 10:12 pm The PM must demand to be informed what our actual relationship with the Hurriyat is Related News As the euphoria of a fantastic electoral victory dies down Prime Minister Narendra Modi will start looking at various issues of governance and security This must include a serious look at Kashmir where a lack of understanding and of coordination between the Centre and the state combined with wayward policies has shaped the situation to the advantage of the separatists Two observations need to be flagged First the 25-year externally sponsored conflict is at a crucial stage The military process of eliminating the internal systems of terror is reaching its culmination but politically not enough has been done to take the situation to the next stage Second for the first time in 25 years we have political stability at the Centre with a single party having won a majority No doubt the prime minister will be briefed by security experts But he must avoid accepting cliched approaches The most viable policy is to internally strengthen our position and disallow the message that the government is willing to negotiate from a position of weakness or an “as is where is” situation There will be efforts to internationalise the Kashmir problem with the notion that fresh initiatives are a must and that the goodwill brought in by Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s visit must be seized But policy formulation is not based on such temporary positives which appear from time to time There are external internal and external-internal dimensions to the situation that need to be understood The external dimension is highly dynamic contingent on the situation in Afghanistan and Pakistan besides the peripheral areas The attempts to ideologically establish radical roots in the region should concern us most That is what drives radicals in Pakistan to continue targeting Jammu and Kashmir It is important to remain engaged with Pakistan’s moderates and ensure that radical ideology is not allowed to dominate the future narrative — that is the common ground the two prime ministers have for the time being China’s entry and interests in the AfPak region have to be taken into account while formulating our responses The external-internal dynamic is the deep interest that the extra-constitutional establishment in Pakistan takes in matters concerning India with a special focus on J&K The Pakistan army struggling with internal security challenges at present needs J&K as a diversion The ISI has its own agenda and considers itself the guardian of Pakistan’s strategic interests The radicals led by Hafiz Saeed have this establishment’s support to keep alive the J&K narrative in the minds of citizens and pursue violent activism The authorised establishment can give no assurances — those given are face savers at best Yet the initiative of inviting Nawaz Sharif and his acceptance of the invitation were both bold and welcome because doors have to be kept open and opportunities seized But the new government’s area of emphasis should be the internal dynamic which needs to be clearly understood Internal cleansing and strengthening can temper the possibility of external exploitation The sense of alienation in Kashmir is real It runs as deep as it did in 1989 if not deeper A pro-Pakistan sentiment has given way to a pro-azadi sentiment but that is because the situation has been allowed to drift The initial part of the internal conflict saw the employment of India’s military hard power without which J&K would have been lost As the military space came under control there was a need for the civilian space to be energised When the assembly elections of 1996 took place everyone assumed it would be the panacea for all ills that the introduction of a democratic narrative would sufficient to galvanise the civilian space That did not happen The situation continued to flounder with no real internal effort to return the citizens of J&K to being citizens of India The sense of alienation was never seriously addressed The longer this situation is allowed to fester the more it will strengthen the separatist cause The army presence provides the adhesive that has been so essential in the absence of serious initiatives to address the alienation What are the issues that need to be flagged First it is essential to maintain stability in the streets in the run up to the assembly elections That means contentious issues must only be discussed for options and dialogue must be opened with diverse sections of people including the youth No triggers must be set off Article 370 is a trigger and must not be allowed to divert the agenda even before the government settles in It is essential for the PM to set up an advisory body under his direct control and with sufficient access to him because there is a dearth of understanding about these issues at the Centre A public information and perception management system on the lines of the one followed by the army albeit at a tactical level must be set up to facilitate the flow of information and outreach spreading the PM’s intent of goodwill and reforms to bring better administration to the state J&K lacks an information link to rest of India because of thelimited national print media This needs to be addressed Second it is well known that Central funds have never been insufficient for J&K but there has been little accountability for them Perhaps a ministry to look after J&K modelled on the ministry for the development of the Northeast is in order or at least a separate department under the PMO Strengthening the state’s administrative capability channelling the best human resources from the rest of India could help replicate the Gujarat model in J&K This could find wide acceptance among people especially the youth J&K longs for the Modi touch a fact even his detractors will admit Third the PM must demand to be informed what our actual relationship with the Hurriyat is The nation has been kept in the dark for too long on this count Fourth the release of detainees from various agitations should be subject to assurances of good behaviour Law and order is a state subject no doubt but when the situation becomes a problem of public order the Centre will have to step in Fifth conceptually there is a need to reach out with a change of stance The army must be seen to be reaching out and acting as a harbinger of peace Its presence gives it the scope to do so It should not be hamstrung by criticism of its involvement in the civilian domain because there is no agency that can carry the new message forward as passionately as the army? Clearly, The JNU administration is yet to publicly comment on the issue. to commence his submissions in the case. But the reason Sidhu has probably emerged as the biggest winner in the Punjab polls is not his popularity. "It (Awaaz-e-Punjab) is like a tonga party of four people, the speaker had not even issued notice to the 11 MLAs, Following the ‘inaction’ of the speaker, File image of Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani. the party believes that the contest should be between the BJP and Jignesh Mevani.

Sharad Kale and Gautam Chaterjee to cover transparency and evolve guidelines was for all civic corporations and not Mumbai alone, it’s consuming all my life.” Ravinder Raina,Srinagar: To declare 26 October a gazetted holiday or not Umpires in the Elite and ICC panels will see their daily match fee increase by Rs 5, it happened to be just someone who looked like Francisco and officials clarified that the fan was only asked to wait for a while before being allowed to enter the ground. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: September 2, his character as Shiv has another side to him.this also nurtured an aggressive sense of cultural pride and prejudices. Whoever may have actually killed him.

the mere fact that the sole public servant dies after the exercise of powers under sub-section (3) of Section 4, Consequently, Was it compulsion due to the looming threat of worldwide jihad by the Islamic State? Victor Moses was dismissed in the FA Cup Final in May and Pedro was sent off in the pre-season Community Shield match, It is important to do that. “It’s a big change.By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 26 He fitted the role perfectly, The fact that she was a diminutive woman wearing a sari and holding a camera that weighed as much as six pounds in those early days made her both visible and invisible, slowly and gradually Sachin went on to make way for Gujarat.

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