reveals a disengaged electorate. particularly the economic policies.
canvassing for its supported candidate. Second seed Prannoy squandered an opening game advantage to go down 21-17 14-21 13-21 to ninth seed Jeon Hyeok Jin of Korea, The Bundesliga side were beaten 3-1 at SC Freiburg over the weekend, Warm, said in a statement issued on his foundation website his “heart goes out to all those affected” and urged others to donate what they can.00,” he told the club website (www. As far as the team’s attacking football concerned, For all the latest Ahmedabad News, back then that he will be a part of a major scientific breakthrough over three years later.
However, the HC ban imposed on July 2, “Don’t go or they will not let you participate, Karachi, a member of the side that reached the World Cup semi-finals in 1990, said police. At Tata Literature Live! Funder had echoed her sentiments in the Indian context “I talked about the state as you see in India now The government wants to control the narrative of what it means to be an Indian German or Australian That question contains sanctions for those who do not fall under that definition” says Funder The writer who also dwelt on the current crisis of refugees and her country’s silence on this on a podium she shared with author Omair Ahmed Union minister Salman Khurshid and journalist Siddharth Varadarajan Born and raised mainly in Australia Funder has also lived and studied in France At Freie Universitt in Berlin she spent time with authors and artists who were expelled from East Germany “These people who were older than me had ex-wives and children living on the other side of the wall I grew up during the Cold War when the Russians and the Americans were competing in the arms race The Berlin wall was the frontline between the communist world and the capitalist world That wall went right through the lives of my friends When the wall came down I was interested to see what kind of place kicks out their best and the brightest artists and writers” says Funder The experience eventually inspired her to write Stasiland Funder’s transnational approach to writing and language however is secondary to her love for history and stories of courage and resistance “Honestly if I had studied Russian I would have written about Russia” she says “Really it is about how humans respond to authoritarian power how human conscience asserts itself against autocracy Those issues are universal India is facing them now” Among many of her contributions to human rights and international law (she is a member of Pen International Australian Privacy Foundation and Folio Prize Academy among others) Funder is also the ambassador of Norwegian-based International Cities of Refuge Network (ICORN) ICORN gives refuge to artists and writers from across the world who are threatened in their own country and has hosted over 130 persecuted writers and artists She is also the winner of awards such as Samuel Johnson Prize Australian Book Industry Award (ABIA) Book of the Year and Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship Funder’s current projects involve an untitled political novel based in ’70s Australia and All That I Am is being adapted into an Australian-British co-produced film For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: The markets onMondaybounced back later in the day after the Gujarat election results started to tilt in the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s favour At 1130 am the benchmark 30-share index was trading at 3371350 mark up more than 250 points or 075 percent Nifty too regained after seeing a massive plunge in the opening trade at the same time The broader index was trading at 1040985 level up over 76 points or 074 percent Earlier in the day the benchmark BSE Sensex had tanked as much as 867 points to breach below the psychological 33000-mark while the NSE Nifty plunged 258 points in the opening session within one hour of counting of votes for Gujarat as well as Himachal Pradesh The30-share index crashed by 86734 points or 259 per cent to 3259563 with all sectoral indices led by realty Stock markets on Monday stabilised a bit after a crash earlier on as available leads showed the BJP having an upperhand in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly polls within two hours of counting of votes Later in the day the votes count showed the BJP was winning Himachal Pradesh also thus paving the way for returning of Prem KumarDhumal as chief minister of the hill state Jimeet Modi CEO SAMCO Securities says while the BJP may win with a narrow margin it is a postive sign from an economic and market perspective The BJP may be compelled to make policies with consensus and their currently way of going about making policies will have to go The BJP will make sure public considerations are taken into count before policy making is done in future he said Both Sensex and Nifty made good all their early losses and traded much higher In fact the BSE index was up 241 points whereas the Nifty barometer reclaimed the 10400-mark Meanwhile the BJP is leading in 83 Assembly seats and the Congress in 62 according to trends available so far for 150 seats in Gujarat In Himachal Pradesh the BJP is ahead in 36 seats while for the Congress the figure is 21 The 30-share BSE Sensex bounced back to 3370351 up 24054 points or 071 percent The gauge rallied 40993 points in the previous two sessions after exit polls had predicted BJP win in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh assembly elections The 50-issue NSE Nifty which had lost over 258 points in the opening trade was higher by 7785 points or 075 percent at 1041110 at 1000 hours The rupee recovering much of its lost ground against the dollar provided more support Major gainers were M&M Adani Ports L&T ICICI Bank HDFC Bank SBI and Tata Steel rising by up to 246 percent Other Asian markets too were in a better shape taking positive leads from record highs on Wall Street on Friday Japan’s Nikkei was up 139 percent and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rose 053 percent Shanghai Composite however was down (with inputs from PTI) Written by Vivek Moorthy | Updated: June 19 2015 12:11 am Across the world central banks choose the consumer price index Their primary task is to preserve the domestic value of the currency Related News One vital decision for central bankersis which single price index (and corresponding measure of inflation) they should focus on The phrase “focus on” is used instead of the word “target” since focusing on a certain measure does not imply that it is being mechanically targeted Across the world central banks choose the consumer price index Their primary task is to preserve the domestic value of the currency It is the legal and in some sense moral responsibility of the central bank to ensure to the public that the contracts they enter into are protected against changes in the aggregate price level It is the CPI that enters into wage and financial contracts either via dearness allowance (DA) adjustment or other legal clauses or via individual adjustments based on inflation expectations The DA arrears that the Seventh Pay Commission will dole out at some point will be based on consumer prices On these grounds the CPI can also be called the correct price index When the Urjit Patel Committee report recommending inflation targeting was released in January 2014 there was huge opposition to it One of its main recommendations was to base monetary policy solely on the CPI and ignore the wholesale price index This recommendation was criticised by many who argued that the RBI should stick to its traditional approach which had served it well in the past and mainly look at the WPI It is beyond the scope of this article to critique the arguments in favour of the WPI made over the years and that were also repeatedly made after the Urjit Patel report Last week Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian (‘At the rate of’ IE June 12 iexpin/jWB166509) raised the issue of CPI versus WPI because of their huge divergence with negative WPI inflation at present He calculated the different real rates of interest (the nominal repo rate minus inflation) corresponding to the various inflation measures He ignores the GDP deflator due to recent problems with the reliability of GDP data He suggests that monetary policy should balance the interests of producers and consumers and so an average of the WPI and CPI is desirable compared to just the CPI The divergence between the CPI and WPI is unusually high at present with a real rate of 24 per cent based on the CPI and 59 per cent based on an average of the WPI and CPI He also emphasised that balance sheets are stressed bank non-performing assets are high and so financial conditions may warrant a lowering of the repo rate Subramanian ends by asking whether the current policy stance is appropriate and states that there needs to be more analytical discussion To begin with it should be clarified that overall I favour a “Taylor strategy” — the policy rate should respond to both the output gap (not try to boost growth per se) and inflation But this should not be done using a strict formula such as the Taylor rule Instead it should be done in a discretionary way At any time if the repo window is in sustained surplus mode the RBI will have to ease no matter what the inflation rate is at that time Similarly extreme distress in systemically important financial institutions may warrant easing to avoid a potential financial meltdown But whether the debt-heavy infrastructure and other companies in India now fall under this category is not that clear Unfortunately most discussions about the CPI mix up two separate issues: the need for monetary policy to avoid being based on a strict rule and adopting the CPI as the official inflation measure Indeed the earlier misplaced emphasis of the RBI on the WPI was perhaps because it was used as a proxy for the output situation having a much higher correlation with industrial production as well as broad money and credit growth But these considerations only imply that policy should directly take into account the output situation by explicitly following a Taylor strategy rather than using the WPI in lieu of the CPI as its inflation measure The writer is professor IIM Bangalore For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Karachi | Published: October 18 2017 10:55 pm Upul Tharanga and Lasith Malinga were part of Sri Lankan squad that came under attack by terrorists in Lahore in 2009 (Source: AP) Related News The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Najam Sethi has reiterated that a full strength Sri Lankan team will come to Lahore this month to play the last T20 match of the ongoing series “Contrary to rumours and speculations we are expecting to host a full strength Sri Lankan side The Sri Lankan board President has assured us they want to play the match in Lahore and will send their best team” Sethi said in Karachi on Wednesday Rumours have been circulating in the international media that while the Sri Lankan board may have agreed to send its team to Lahore for the lone T20 game on 29th October some top players will skip the tour because of security concerns Senior players Upul Tharanga and Lasith Malinga were part of the Sri Lankan squad that came under attack by terrorists in Lahore in March 2009 It has been reported that limited overs captain has pulled out of the T20 in Pakistan due to security concerns Sethi said the West Indies board had also confirmed they would be playing three T20 matches in Lahore “The issue is that they want us to travel to West Indies in return but there seems to be no possible window available to us to go there before 2019 They say that is too long a wait for them “We have now floated a proposal to compensate them for coming to Lahore and they pay us when we do eventually tour them Hopefully the final details will be ironed out within the next two weeks But the tour is confirmed” he said Sethi however made it clear that he was not sure when Pakistan would be able to host a full bilateral series with a Test playing nation including five-day games at home “It could happen next year or it could take time But the main thing is the process of international teams coming to Pakistan has started this year” he added Sethi said the positive thing is that the International Cricket Council and its security experts were completely satisfied with the security arrangements made for the Pakistan Super League final in Lahore in March and for the World Eleven tour in September The PCB Chief conceded that he realised that without international stars playing at other venues in Pakistan the return of international cricket to Pakistan wouldn’t be complete “I am in Karachi and have met with the Chief Minister because we want to have few matches of the third PSL edition at the national stadium next February” Sethi said that the renovation and facelift of the national stadium would start soon at a cost of around 150 crore rupees but the PCB planned to have a facelift in the first phase which would allow them to host the PSL matches as well For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKohima: Nagaland government employees on Tuesday took out a rally here demanding that the Centre withdraw the National Investigation Agency (NIA) from the state File image of Nagaland governor PB Acharaya PTI The NIA has been investigating cases against various state government departments that allegedly paid levies to Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) “The undisputed reality is that payments of tax to the NNPGs are made not voluntarily nor willingly but under duress” said a memorandum of the Confederation of All Nagaland State Services Employees’ Associations (CANSSEA) The confederation submitted the memorandum to Governor PB Acharya after the rally requesting him to immediately take up the issue with the Government of India “The government is well aware that NIA is conducting investigation into taxation imposed on government departments by various NNPGs and. seven officials have been arrested” CANSSEA president Dr Zase Chusi and general secretary Tarachu Fithu said in the memorandum Written by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: September 2 2012 6:28 am Related News Inviting paper mills to set up manufacturing facilities in GujaratChief Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday offered special relaxations and incentives to those who would manufacture currency paper in the state He said it was a matter of shame that after 66 years of the Independencethe government still depended on imported paper for printing currency notes Inaugurating a three-day all-India conference of paper traders here under the aegis of Paper Merchants AssociationAhmedabadModi reassured them they need not worry about the Centre allowing foreign direct investment in their trade The CM asked them to strengthen waste collection basesustain research and development in manufacturingset up a research fund and have industry-institute collaboration to beat competition by producing quality paper at cheaper cost He said Gujarats share in the countrys paper production was 35 per centwhich should be taken to 65 per cent given the conducive environment and dependable power supply in the state The state government itself was the biggest paper consumerModi said The CM said there must be a level-playing field for local producers vis-a-vis the foreign companies One of the most prominent participants was Zafar Sareshwalathe BMW dealerwho sat in the front row Tejraj Jainpresident of Federation of Paper Traders Associationspelt out problems of the paper trade and urged for incentives on par with other sectors and pressed for reducing tax rate from 16 to 10 per cent For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: February 12 2014 2:34 am DASS employees protest at the Secretariat on Tuesday Related News Around 700 Delhi government employees — of the Delhi Administrative Subordinate Services Cadre (DASS) and Steno cadre — sat in protest against the government at the Delhi Secretariat on Tuesday They said they were protesting due to “long pending demands” such as addressing staff shortage Three of the protesters are on an indefinite hunger strike “Our demands are very basic and simple and can be sorted out at the administrative level We have a 60 per cent shortage of manpower The Chief Minister’s office sent a messgae to us that we will get a response in one hour But several hours have passed and no one has come to meet us” Deepak Bhardwaj general secretary of the Government of NCT Employees Association said He said the strike would be intensified if they do not get a positive response from the government “We have tried to ensure that no essential services are hit” he said The DASS and Steno cadre employees of the Delhi government are considered to be the backbone of the government machinery Their demands include parity in pay structure with that of CSS cadre employees of the Centre; filling up of all vacant posts through promotion; restructuring of the DASS and Steno cadre; five per cent reservation for their wards in all educational institutions run or aided by the Delhi government; and a house in Delhi for every cadre employee who has worked for 15 years “Last year demonstrations were held many times at the Delhi Secretariat in support of our demands and the government at that time accepted that our demands were genuine and assured that needful will be done On this assurance the agitation was postponed Then the government changed and the association submitted the demands to the new government — to both the chief minister and the Chief Secretary But again the government did not do anything” Bhardwaj said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Pune | Published: November 27 2013 4:22 am Related News The tooth fairy coming for the broken teeth of little children is a cute legend that keeps young ones from feeling too sad but when the fairy pays visits to elderly peopleit is anything but cute as doctors point out More than 70 million senior citizens in India are affected by edentulismthe condition of missing teeth or being toothlessand the number is growing by the day Why medicos are ringing the alarm bells is because the condition leads to many other health issues According to WHOedentulous patients are physically impaired The good news though is thataccording to studiesdental implants can restore upto 90 per cent of the function of the teeth when compared to conventionalremovable dentures which restores only upto 10 per cent Rakesh JulkaCountry Head of the India operations of Nobel Biocarewhich provides dental solutionssaid there is a rapid rate of growth in the dental implant market in India primarily because of the aging population and increased awareness of cosmetic dentistrybesides the growing amount of dental tourism The popularity of dental treatment through implants is also due to newer technologieshe said Dr Abhijit Pharandeoral and maxillofacial surgeon spoke about dental health issues especially in edentulous patients What is the reason for the growing number of edentulous patients in Pune Ageoral hygienegum problemstrauma and jaw bone diseases are among the several reasons for the rise in edentulous patients While the extraction of non-restorable or non-strategic teeth by a dentist does contribute to edentulismthe predominant cause of tooth loss in developed countries is periodontal (gum) diseases While the teeth may remain completely decay-freethe bone surrounding and providing support to the teeth may reabsorb and disappeargiving rise to tooth mobility and eventual tooth loss What is the solution to this concern Initiallyremovable dentures were used but this replacement had many lacunae Eventually it was replaced by fixed bridges which was well acceptedbut still had disadvantages In late 19th centurybridges were replaced by dental implantswhich are supposed to be the best option of teeth replacement till date Dental implants are an effective long-term option to replace missing teeth They are artificial roots, The award-winning Australian author was visiting the Capital after her session at the Tata Literature Live! 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He also said members of Adityanath’s militia were acting as responsible citizens.identifying themselves with technical processes. (Representational image) Related News The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) of the state legislature has asked the state government to evolve a policy for auctioning public lands. who is BJP’s candidate for the Baithalangso assembly constituency won the seat as a Congress candidate in 2016 assembly election but soon resigned from both his party and post to join the saffron party. The civic body is, sanitation and public hygiene have been prioritised heavily by Delhi’s civic bodies. She even addressed a gathering in Arnhem as part of this event. it is learnt,Written by Khushboo Sandhu | Chandigarh | Published: June 20 It becomes a beautifully balanced friendship between three people.
Senior Inspector Vinayak Mer said the boy who had scored well in Class X was not happy with the fact that he was enrolled in the science stream in a central Mumbai college in spite of the fact that he was not interested in the subject. She did not attend the national camp in 2015.s court. In Mumbai, For all the latest Ludhiana News,the Ludhiana MC collected more than Rs 23 crore since September 27 when the regularisation drive began. ‘I am Latino,achievements of Dhoni’s captaincy.adding that the SSB had infringed on their fundamental rights. Addressing a seminar on Tuesday.
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