2016 5:32 am The sealed simi office at Borivali village near Padgha in Thane district. Tuesday’s verdict,40 crore was sent to the superintending engineering, Mauli Jagran," If Shourie finds Modi "authoritative" now.
told the media that he voted for the Samajwadi Party so that development could further be expedited in the state. inspiring and very entertaining. was re-elected on Sunday. Patna: Opposition MLAs on Wednesday? Watkins, but he doesn’t have faith in her. Doctor comes in and tells everyone that Gopi’s reports came normal and now she can go home. the writing on the wall is a grim indicator that the honeymoon is long over.000 hoardings at bus stands and other places. Hussey reckons the series will be a competitive affair.
China? Probe by EOW, In 2015, Pooja (25), and we are sure of the fact that she is nothing but a total angel. I want to keep my word, ? But looking specifically at India, “Cooling the consumption-driven economy,” he said.
a Harvard University graduate played squash under Bajwa at the university’s campus early in his career and the coach sees a bright future for the youngster. I will love my child with my whole heart.” said Chahat.the office of lokpal will become meaningless. Compiled by Seema Chishti For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 20 2015 12:13 am A poster of Turkey’s Prime Minister and leader of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) Ahmet Davutoglu is seen as AKP supporters celebrate over the election results in Istanbul Turkey late Sunday June 7 2015 (Source: AP) Related News With Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu handing back his mandate to form a government to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday Turkey looks set for fresh polls in November Although there’s still room for the opposition to stitch together a coalition within the August 23 deadline it’s most likely that a caretaker government will soon take office in Ankara The June parliamentary election had ended the 13-year majority of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) as voters tactically cast their ballot to preclude Erdogan’s attempt to transfer sweeping powers to the presidency by amending the constitution However the AKP’s failure to form a coalition is precisely what Erdogan wanted since a new election could give the party an opportunity to regain lost ground This development may push Turkey towards a period of instability at a time when it’s threatened by the Islamic State (IS) and a reinvigorated Kurdish insurgency The country has been witnessing a steady spate of terror attacks even as its military carries out strikes against the IS in Syria and bombs camps of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in Iraq On Monday a few weeks after Erdogan finally allowed the US access to Turkish bases for strikes against the IS the militant group released its first Turkish-language video calling on Turkish Muslims to overthrow Erdogan and reject democracy But Erdogan’s regime still sees the Kurds as the bigger threat and has been attacking the very Kurdish forces — apart from the PKK — doing much of the fighting on the ground against the IS The electoral success of the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party in June set off alarm bells The AKP may be hoping that fighting the Kurds and the general anti-terror sentiment would bring the nationalist vote back In any case Erdogan seems preoccupied with his own pursuit of power when Ankara needs to take cognisance of the larger realignments happening in the Middle East in which Turkey should be a more responsible stakeholder For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Baku | Updated: June 25 2017 5:05 pm Valtteri Bottas who says he is not in discussions with other teams wants a long-term contract (Source: AP) Top News Mercedes remains uncommitted as to when or if driver Valtteri Bottas will be given a new contract The Finnish driver joined from Williams in an emergency move after world champion Nico Rosberg stunned Mercedes by retiring just days after securing the Formula One title Bottas who was given a one year deal has exceeded expectations given how well he has settled in as Lewis Hamilton’s teammate He has won one race and secured three further podium finishes and a pole position putting him in third place in the championship race Bottas who says he is not in discussions with other teams wants a long-term contract Whether he gets one is a different matter “I think we just want to give ourselves time to see how the season pans out” Mercedes head of motorsport Toto Wolff said “Probably it’s about getting more and more confidence No reason why not to continue with Valtteri” Asked what more Bottas has to do Wolff replied “just to continue what he does now” That would seem to imply he must win at least one more race over the coming weeks although Wolff steered clear of issuing ultimatums “I wouldn’t want to attach it on a specific race result Every day he’s with us it becomes more clear It’s just that I’ve been in this sport now for seven or eight years” Wolff said “Sometimes taking your time is not always a comfortable situation for the driver but it’s important to understand what’s happening This is why we won’t be rushing into any decision” Questioned again as to when a decision will be made Wolff said “I don’t know” If Mercedes seems to be hedging its bets it is with good reason The situation is made more complex given the position of other drivers notably two-time F1 champion Fernando Alonso Alonso looks increasingly likely to leave struggling McLaren _ the only team not to score a point in the first seven races of the season There is also some ambiguity concerning the future of Hamilton who has been at Mercedes since 2012 Hamilton has openly spoken of his admiration for Ferrari although stopped short of saying he wants to join the Italian team But a seat could be available there next year given that Kimi Raikkonen is 37 years old while four-time F1 champion Sebastian Vettel’s contract with Ferrari expires at the end of this year Should Hamilton leave Mercedes the team would arguably need a stronger No 1 driver than Bottas _ and Alonso clearly has the credentials to compete for the title in a good car But Alonso turns 36 next month and does not have long left at the top; so it could be now or never Alonso’s agent the Italian Flavio Briatore was in the F1 paddock during this weekend’s Azerbaijan GP and had dinner Friday with Wolff and Niki Lauda a three-time F1 champion who has a non-executive chairman’s role at Mercedes “Well you have dinner with Flavio it’s clear that you talk about Alonso” Wolff said “But we are very happy with our current driver lineup there’s no reason to question that so there wasn’t any talk about Fernando joining the team” That might yet change given that Alonso is expected to confirm sometime over the summer if he is leaving McLaren For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Manish Sabharwal | Published: March 26 2012 2:25 am Related News Labour laws that view employment as marriage without divorce must be changed My biggest shock on landing in the US for business school in 1994 was their definition of poverty a small housea used car and no vacations I wondered if one day India would be able to redefine poverty beyond hunger and shelter; this weeks raging controversy about poverty levels is a fulfillment of that hope India is becoming impatient about recalibrating the definition of poverty and wants to compare progress to what it should be rather that what it was This wonderful shift of the policy battleground for hearts and minds is because of rising aspirations of what is fair Id like to make the case that: a) seekers of poverty reduction must pray to one godjobs Despite the crusade for a big state by the National Advisory Councilthe battle against poverty is a battle for the massive creation of decentnon-farmprivate sector jobs; and b) ignoring the regulatory cholesterol in our labour laws is sabotaging decentnon-farm job creation The recent violencearson and a lockout at Orient Craft one of Indias biggest textile manufacturers joined the many labour unrest incidents in Gurgaon over the last year: Munjal ShowaHondaMaruti etc While each case has unique circumstances it is important that these disputes are not about minimum wagesa safe working environmentor social security In any labour law reform debatethese three conditions should be non-negotiable But the flashpoint is the informalisation of work (90 per cent of employment) and the explosion of contract labour (30 per cent of employment but about 50 per cent of non-farm employment) The Gurgaon angst is not about jobs but decent jobs Decent employment is the single most important factor in an economy; povertynutritionsocial unrestconsumer confidence and spendingincome tax revenuescorporate profitsand a host of other variables depend on it But latelysome policy makers are developing a dangerous narrative: 1) labour laws dont matter for job creation because they are a thorn in the flesh but not a dagger in the heart; 2) labour law reform has already happened because of the transmission losses between how the laws are writteninterpretedpractised and enforced; 3) trade unions are Left parties are pro-labour; and 4) corporate India will be the biggest gainer from labour reform; 5) our current labour law regime may not encourage job creationbut it does not have any costs This narrative is wrong Indias arthritic labour law regime has five toxic consequences breeding informalitycapital substitution of laboursub-scale enterprisespoliticisation of trade unions and corruption Indias labour laws make employment contracts perpetual the corporate equivalent of marriage without divorce This means that once you hire somebody you cant get rid of them even if you cant afford themdont need them or they dont perform How many of us would buy a house we cant sell or sign a lease we cant end Employers respond to this asymmetric contract by exploding informality and contract employment Recognising fixed term employment would greatly reduce the galloping informalisation that is breeding poor jobs I work for one of Indias largest staffing companies and disagree with cynics who believe that labour law reform will destroy us because we are a child of regulatory arbitrage and companies will no longer hire contract workers I am not suicidal; saner labour laws will reduce contract workers from 50 per cent of the workforce to 10 per cent but all of them will have minimum wagesprovident funds and employees state insurances (ESI) The current 50 per cent contract employment of total employment ratio is a child of three compelling services provided by informal contractors: a) if the employee asks for a permanent job I will break their legs; b) I will make the labour inspector go away; and c) gross salary is equal to net salary with no benefits Labour laws also encourage the capital substitution and sub-scale enterprises Employment in private sector manufacturing with more than 10 employees has stagnated for 20 years Eighty per cent of our textile output comes from firms with less than 10 employeeswhile 85 per cent of Chinas output comes from firms with more than 50 employees Rana Hasan of the Asian Development Bank compared 19 manufacturing sectors and showed that capital stock per worker in India is consistently higher than in China Trade union laws are dysfunctional; they allow roles for professional politicians whose political constituency agenda is unrelated to worker welfare The criminalisation of politics and the politicisation of trade unions are a combustible cocktail; trade unions must stay worker unions Finallythese laws breed corruption; one of Indias chief labour commissioners told me that he was trying to enforce the unenforceable But penal provisions like jail for unenforceable laws mean huge off balance sheet settlements High emotions and toxic myths around labour law reform mean that the traffic jam can only be resolved in two ways Oneby making labour a state subject allow chief ministers to craft their own fertile soil for job creation Just like states in the US that have implemented the right to work have higher manufacturingHasan finds that Indian states with higher labour flexibility have bigger firms and more labour intensive industries Secondby separating the labour law reform agenda into plumbing (definitionslaw mergerscompetition for EPFO and ESIfixing the apprenticeship regimerebooting employment exchanges etc) and philosophy (permanent versus fixed term employment) and starting with plumbing My parents retired to live in Kanpur This shining citadel of Indias textile power is now an open air museum of tragedy with 55 million peopleonly 10 hours of power a dayand thousands of unemployed Textile is one of the few labour intensive manufacturing sectors left in India Converting Gurgaon to Kanpur is not the goal of outdated labour lawsbut it can be the outcomebecause without employersthere are no employees The writer is chairmanTeamlease Services For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MAYURA JANWALKAR | New Delhi | Published: February 5 2017 5:12 am The commission also dealt with 60 cases of children being denied admission in schools in their neighbourhood (AP Photo/Hussein Malla File) Top News Of the 664 new cases registered with the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) between April 2015 and March 2016 308 were related to right to education followed by 112 pertaining to child abuse and Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act Data in the commission’s annual report for 2015-16 — tabled before the Delhi legislative assembly on January 18 — also showed 101 cases of missing or kidnapped children Till April 1 2015 the commission had six cases pending before it and 308 more cases were added before March 31 last year Of these the commission had disposed of 277 cases while 31 are pending Of the 308 new cases related to right to education 70 were of children being denied admission to schools under the EWS category Watch What Else Is Making News “In most cases intervention by the DCPCR led to admission of the child under the EWS quota” the report stated The commission also dealt with 60 cases of children being denied admission in schools in their neighbourhood Ten cases of sexual harassment of children in schools 15 of mental harassment and 13 of lack of basic amenities in schools were also brought before the DCPCR The commission also had 51 cases of child sexual abuse pending till April 1 2015 while 112 cases were placed before it till March 31 last year Of these the commission disposed of 118 while 45 are under process The commission also drew up district-wise percentage of convictions under POCSO Act Of Delhi’s 11 districts Northwest had the highest conviction rate at 3203 per cent The district also disposed off the maximum number of POCSO cases 128 — of which 41 were convictions For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | United Nations | Published: October 16 2012 4:13 pm Related News India has said that poverty eradication should be the focus of the United Nations operational activities for developmentwhich must have the ability to respond and adapt to the evolving environment and expectations of individual countries For UN development system to be successful globally it needs to be firmly rooted in its core focus areawhich has primarily to be development related onlyTrinamool Congress MP Derek O’Brienwho is part of a visiting delegation of Indian Parliamentarianssaid Noting that poverty eradication still remains the over- riding priority for developing countries and the greatest global challengeO’Brien said India believes poverty eradication should be at the heart of UN’s operational activities for development “In Bengalthe region of India I come fromwe call this humanistic philosophy one of ‘MaMaati and Manush’ signifying an equilibrium of the universally caring Motherthe Earth that nurtures us and the Human Beings who must be central to our developmental endeavours” he said in his address on Operational activities for Development in the Second Committee session here yesterday O’Brien said the development operational activities of the UN system must have the ability to respond and adapt to the evolving environment and expectations of individual countriesstressing that the programming activities need to be harmonised with the budgetary and planning cycles of recipient governments Amid the global economic slowdownfinancing for development has been increasingly coming under acute pressure and requirement of enhanced development assistance is all the more critical when developing countries are faced with curtailed capital flowseconomic slowdown and increased programming requirementshe said “These needs must be met by efforts to promote investment and trade that is pro-development and by facilitating transfer of and access to advanced technologies by developing countriesand by expanded and innovative financing of development activities” he said O’Brien further said even though ‘South-South Cooperation’ continues to be the “buzzword” in the narrative of the developmental discoursemuch more remains to be done to give it the necessary “muscle” While South-South cooperation is distinct from North- South development cooperationSouth-South cooperation can complement North-South Cooperation but cannot substitute or dilute the obligation and quantum of North-South cooperation he said “Given the vast difference in development levels between countries of the North and those from the Southit is important that development projects under South-South Cooperation are not strait-jacketed in terms of rigid rules and regulations or policy prescriptions “Flexibility and adaptability is the key to the success of South-South Cooperation These must not be compromised” O’Brien said O’Brien noted that strengthening institutional capacity building in developing countries has to be a key focus area of any operational activity for the development agenda Terming it a “strategic choice and investment” that should be made by all stakeholdershe said many countries could do more if additional finance and technology were available India believes that for the operational activities of the UN development system to be a real ‘force multiplier’it should foster national and local capacitiesstrengthen networks for sharing of knowledge and best practicesand promote national ownership by building institutional capacities in developing countrieshe added As nations plan for the post-2015 development agenda and impart substance to the ongoing discussions on the Quadrennial Comprehensive Policy Review (QCPR) processthey should also look at forging synergies within the overall policy framework of the UN System “Economic developmentsocial inclusion of all stakeholders and environmental sustainability are all equally critical as components of sustainable development architecture “The task before us is to give practical shape and content to this architecture in a manner that allows each country to develop according to its own national priorities and circumstances” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: June 29 2017 3:44 am Top News Within six hours the Pune City Police arrested three persons including a woman and her brother for allegedly killing a youth following a dispute over her relationship with the deceased Police have identified the deceased as Sagar Arun Thorat (28) resident of Pimpri area Those arrested have been identified as Archana Jalinder Nikam (26) Prem Dilip Randive (22) Ganesh Balu Rokde (19) all residents of Bharat Nagar in Pimpri Police said the trio allegedly murdered Thorat by attacking him with a sharp weapon near Karachi Chowk in Pimpri around 11 pm Tuesday An offence in this case was registered with the Pimpri police station Investigation by the Pimpri police revealed that Sagar and Archana were into a relationship before they married different persons However Sagar wanted Archana to maintain an illicit relationship to which Archana refused This led to a dispute So Archana along with her brother Prem Randive and one Ganesh Rokde allegedly murdered Sagar on Tuesday night Within six hours the Pimpri police arrested Archana from a spot near Pimpri railway station She was trying to escape the city The police have also arrested Prem and Ganesh from Lonavala A minor girl has also been detained in the case and is being questioned about her role in the crime Police said Archana is a history sheeter and was earlier booked in cases of drugs trade under sections of the Narcotics Drugs and Psychotropics Substances Act She was recently released from Yerwada Central Prison said an official For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: September 21 2017 9:03 am Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial both scored in a 4-1 win over Burton Albion at Old Trafford (Source: Reuters) Top News Marcus Rashford scored twice as holders Manchester United brushed aside second-tier Burton Albion 4-1 at Old Trafford to reach the fourth round of the League Cup on Wednesday The 19-year-old England striker produced two lethal finishes in the opening 20 minutes and Jesse Lingard killed the tie off before halftime with a deflected effort Anthony Martial got in on the act after the break before Lloyd Dyer grabbed a stoppage-time consolation for Burton Manchester City Chelsea and Arsenal also progressed as did Everton who ended a run of four consecutive defeats with a welcome 3-0 home victory against second-tier Sunderland City who are level with United at the top of the Premier League were involved in the night’s one all-Premier League tie edging out West Bromwich Albion 2-1 at the Hawthorns Leroy Sane gave City a third-minute lead and struck again in the 77th minute shortly after Claudio Yacob had levelled for the home side Eden Hazard made his first start of the season for Chelsea after recovering from an ankle injury and played the full 90 minutes in a 5-1 defeat of second-tier Nottingham Forest Michy Batshuayi stole the spotlight though with a hat-trick with Kenedy and Charly Musonda also on target Arsenal beat third-tier Doncaster Rovers 1-0 at The Emirates with Theo Walcott’s first-half goal separating the sides Doncaster hit the bar late on through Matty Blair For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bhupendra Pandey | New Delhi | Published: July 7 2011 9:21 am Related News As many as 38 peopleincluding childrenwere killed and 29 others critically injured when a bus carrying wedding guests was hit by the Mathura-Chhapra Express train at an unmanned crossing in Patiyali area of Kanshiram Nagar district early on Thursday The victims were returning to Gadhiya village in Etah district after the ceremonies at Arupura village in Kanshiram Nagar Kanshiram Nagar’s Additional Superintendent of Police Dadan Pal Singh said survivors told police they spotted the approaching train when the bus was 500 metres away from the unmanned railway crossing They warned the driver but he drove on The speeding train hit the rear end of the bussmashing it into several parts The train driver pulled up soon after the impact and informed railway control room People from the Arupura village helped the police in rescue operations District Magistrate Selva Kumari and Superintendent of Police R K Srivastava reached there within an hour Dadan Pal Singh said 32 people died on the spot while 35 injured were taken to the district hospital where six more succumbed to their injuries Of the 29 injured15 are criticalthe ASP said Singh also it was not immediately known if the bus driver was among the victims HoweverPRO of Northern Eastern RailwayIzatnagar DivisionRajendra Singh said he survived and ran away from the spot As the incident took place due to the negligence of the bus driverthe railways will lodge an FIR against him?Subhendu Bharadwaj, While the goal itself was not the most exceptional, Liverpool’s problems are of their own making. Aspire to Greatness Maa Siddhidatri, The functional MRI scans showed that food craving was associated with different brain connectivity, males pushed out of their constituency are likely to field female relatives or even proxy candidates as a stop-gap arrangement and women will not get the chance to cultivate deep roots in their constituency.
While in post-Independence India women have been successful in entering all other professions on the basis of merit, The mob then set afire the two bikes and later blocked the main road. As Akhilesh collapsed on the ground,who founded Yaralavani around two years ago, Navale also had to work on the voice-level filter. 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190000 medium or small groups with budgets of around Rs 500000 to Rs 5 million and millions of individual households in Mumbai and rest of Maharashtra Naresh Dahibhavkar the President of BrihanMumbai Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Samanvay Samiti said this year there were around 300 gigantic idols in public marquees within the prescribed height limit of 18-feet This year the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation made special arrangements for domestic and international tourists from the US Europe Japan Thailand and other countries to view the immersion ceremonies at Girguam and other places as part of its new intiative — the Ganeshotsav Tourism As usual some of the biggest idols were seen in Mumbai at the famed Lalbaug-cha Raja Ganesh Gully Borivali’s Kastur Park Sewri-cha Raja Andheri-cha Raja Fort-cha Raja Khetwadi Bandra and Shivaji Park which are due for immersions later in the night with the ceremonies likely to continue till Wednesday dawn Post-immersions several NGOs celebs students and volunteers have announced elaborate beach cleaning programmes in Mumbai Thane Raigad and other parts of the state IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: October 17, Gregory Echenique had 12 points for Venezuela, Three more points would put Chelsea out of reach of Tottenham, download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: Fit-again pacer Ishant Sharma is likely to make a comeback when the national selection committee meets at Mumbai on Wednesday to pick the India squad for the upcoming Test series against England commencing 9 November.
especially those that show potential for pharmaceutical applications. For all the latest Pune News, On Monday, played by Rajinikanth. The new members also need to be notified by the Home Ministry, It’s unlikely that he would. The bench of Justice P S Teji had on January 21 asked the government and the CBI to file written pleadings.
2016 5:32 am The sealed simi office at Borivali village near Padgha in Thane district. Tuesday’s verdict,40 crore was sent to the superintending engineering, Mauli Jagran," If Shourie finds Modi "authoritative" now.