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Describing her work as ? The Olympic qualification time for the 100 m was 11.it has never been experimented with in civil as well as the industrial segment. He says,A large number of companies from foreign as well as India have been visiting us and we have already started upgrading business Large number of industries from Chennai and in and around Chandigarh are doing a good job for us? For all the latest Chandigarh News,4 million every year. The need of the hour is to look at processes that can put an end to corruption. South Africa’s lead meant India would need a record fourth-innings score to win. In his paintings, Judwaa 2 will see Varun Dhawan reprising Salman’s roles.

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(IE, Shane Watson, He said it is disappointing that he is not getting a chance, nominations for the upcoming campus elections were filed in colleges on Friday. the tentative list of candidates was released.DAV College Sector 10 has topped the list of getting the highest number of nominations for the posts of president and vice-president with 38 students in fray for both There are 19 candidates for the post of president 19 for vice-president 20 for secretary and 15 for joint secretary College officials said some nominations were cancelled as the candidates did not have the required qualifications While most of them had low attendance some of them had compartments in some subjects while a few had left the forms incomplete Members of the Hindustan Student Association were not allowed to file nominations as their presidential candidate had low attendance Alleging bias the HAS members said since Friday was the day for filing nominations the college authorities without giving a valid reason cancelled the nomination of their presidential candidate Vikas despite having fulfilled the norms “The college administration has intentionally done this and the reason is best known to them We are told that our candidate can’t file the nomination because his attendance is short However the attendance records show that he has 90 per cent attendance much higher than required” said HAS president Parveen Khatkar adding that as per the Lyngdoh Committee rules the attendance percentage is counted from the date of admission but the college authorities said that attendance would be counted from the day college started Later the college authorities called the police and asked the HSA to leave the premises An outsider was also caught protesting with the students After DAV Sri Guru Gobind Singh College Sector 26 had the highest number of nominations for the post of president As many as 19 candidates have applied for the post of president 16 for vice-president 21 for secretary and 15 for joint secretary The dominating parties at the college are PUSU SOI SOPU and GGSU For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Published: August 2 2017 10:50 am Kamal Haasan claims his fans exposed the supply of rotten eggs in Perambalur Related News Stepping up attack on the AIADMK (Amma) government over alleged corruption actor Kamal Haasan today claimed his fans have “exposed” the supply of “rotten eggs” to daycare centres in Perambalur district in Tamil Nadu Haasan’s claim comes days after state Finance Minister D Jayakumar’s poser to the actor who had levelled allegations of corruption against the Tamil Nadu government on what welfare measure he had taken for the people of the state through his fan clubs “Perambalur expose of rotten eggs given to children deserves praise Pls consult our in house lawyers be4 exposing crime Dont break laws (sic)” the national award-winning actor tweeted The actor’s fans had in July reportedly made visits to some ‘anganwadi’ centres and found ‘rotten’ eggs being supplied there Meanwhile the district administration has said an inquiry will be conducted into the matter District Collector V Santha told PTI that strict quality control rules were in place for supply of eggs along with a replacement mechanism where it warranted Ever since Kamal Haasan had made allegations of corruption in the government he has been targeted by the ruling dispensation with Chief Minister K Palaniswami himself asking the national award winning actor to take the political plunge to get proper response Perambaloor expose’ of rotten eggs given to children deserves praise Pls consult our in house lawyers be4 exposing crime Dont break laws — Kamal Haasan (@ikamalhaasan) August 1 2017 Jayakumar a senior leader in the AIADMK (Amma) camp had on July 30 sought to know what welfare activities the actor had taken up for the people of the state during the 2004 tsunami tragedy and the devastating floods of 2015 The actor had last month asked his fans to use social media to lodge complaints about corruption Local Administration Minister SP Velumani had sought proof of Haasan’s allegations and had asked if the actor was ready to furnish tax details of his films The opposition parties including DMK have backed Haasan and urged the government to respond to his charges of corruption rather than ‘targeting’ him For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kshitij Rawat | New Delhi | Published: July 20 2017 2:23 pm On Naseeruddin Shah’s 67th birthday here are five films that the millenials thank him for Related News Naseeruddin Shah one of the most well-known actors in India turns 67 today But we know this man is not limited to being a mere parallel cinema actor A 25-year-old youngster who started his career as a nobody in Nishant Shah has over the years proved that he can straddle both the worlds simultaneously – parallel and commercial cinema With his onscreen personas as varied as a menace-exuding shayar in Sarfarosh a lovable lech in The Dirty Picture and a nameless representative of the common people in A Wednesday Naseeruddin Shah is nothing if not versatile As a means of celebrating the birthday of this great artiste here’s what he means to the millennials and his five films from recent years which remain in our minds Sarfarosh Naseeruddin Shah seems to have a way with Urdu poetry The way he recites it is music to ears In Sarfarosh Shah played a poet and a terrorist in hiding He was eerily compelling in mixing charm and malice together Aamir Khan might have been the lead in Sarfarosh but it was Naseeruddin who actually stole the show Parzaania An important film set in the backdrop of 2002 Gujarat riots Naseeruddin Shah played the head of a Parsi family who finds itself embroiled in the heinous communal violence Shah did a stellar job in depicting the pain of a father looking for his missing son It is an underrated performance of Shah and deserves to be seen by any fan Maqbool In Vishal Bhardwaj’s Maqbool based on Shakespeare’s tragedy Macbeth Naseeruddin Shah played one of the corrupt cop duo along with his old friend Om Puri and absolutely nailed it Shah is not known as a comedy actor but like almost everything else he does it pretty well too Om Puri and Shah were the only comic relief in this very dark film Dedh Ishqiya Shah reprised his Ishqiya role in this film and delivered one of the best performances in recent times It was a delight to hear the elegant poetic couplets coming out of his paan stained mouth and his sardonic smile made the experience all the more pleasing A Wednesday In this film Naseeruddin Shah voiced the concern of common people who were terrified of constant terrorist attacks in the country Shah epitomised in this gritty performance what a common man can do if he loses his patience It was Shah alone who carried this film on his shoulders and sent artistes like Anupam Kher on sidelines For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Gulzar Natarajan | Updated: May 29 2014 12:00 am Related News One of the biggest challenges for the new government is to reverse the declining trend in private investments Gross fixed capital formation in the private sector has fallen precipitously from 1426 per cent of the GDP in 2007-08 to 846 per cent by 2012-13 This should come as no surprise given that India is one of the toughest places to run a business with the problems of recent years exacerbating it It ranks near the bottom 134 among 189 countries in 2014 of the World Bank’s Doing Business (DB) survey and has been slipping down Apart from boosting private investment a focused campaign to dramatically improve this ranking could be instrumental to reviving growth and creating jobs The “revolution of rising expectations” that has accompanied the dramatic electoral success of the BJP demands that the new government create adequate productive jobs to absorb the millions underemployed as well as the nearly 12 million youth entering the workforce each year The manufacturing sector has historically been the job-creating engine for countries moving up the development escalator But it has been stagnant at about 15 per cent of India’s GDP for nearly three decades far smaller than similar emerging economies and has been eclipsed by construction as the second largest employer after agriculture Further several studies from around the world have shown that both manufacturing value addition and job creation come not so much from the big firms but from small start-ups as they grow into medium-scale enterprises Further while informal firms generally stay informal small and unproductive it is the formal firms that expand and drive job creation and value addition But for a variety of reasons India’s manufacturing landscape is characterised by the “missing middle” among firms and a disproportionately low share of formal start-ups Addressing this should be central to any serious effort to create productive jobs In this context the DB rankings provide a useful starting point Consider seven generic transactions involving the government that an entrepreneur faces when doing any kind of business — registration of the business purchase and registration of property obtaining construction permits getting power supply accessing credit payment of taxes and contract enforcement Much of the discussion on improving our business environment focuses on macro reforms To be sure there are significant macro reforms that are essential to increase the ease of doing business Infrastructure constraints amplify the cost of doing business Labour market regulations like the Industrial Disputes Act place onerous conditions for hiring labour Poor property titling systems make land transactions a nightmare Long-drawn judicial proceedings render contracts incomplete All these reforms pose formidable challenges involve state and Central government regulations need political consensus and even in the most optimistic scenarios will take several years to materialise But even if these constraints are eased it is unlikely to dramatically alter the business environment That would require a transformation of the manner in which the Indian state interacts with business and delivers on its commitments It is of course possible to mitigate transactional problems by minimising and simplifying regulatory layers outsourcing public service delivery to eliminate interface with officials and putting in place mechanisms like single-window clearances But even with such re-engineering practical realities make it impossible for an entrepreneur to avoid contact with local officials from revenue municipal police commercial taxes industries and so on These interfaces are often repeated games which go beyond one-time permits and provide officials even in the most deregulated environments with considerable continuing leverage over businesses in their jurisdiction An oft-repeated anecdote is that apart from paying wages to their own employees businessmen also pay periodic often monthly rents to keep local officials satisfied This additional cost of preventing whimsical action and harassment adversely affects business competitiveness especially of start-ups and smaller firms A truant official can easily harass a business by issuing a notice by disingenuously interpreting one of the several provisions of any law Even if the business finally manages to successfully contest the notice the time effort and resources expended would have been prohibitive especially for a small firm There is a two-fold governance challenge One is to create an environment where such harassment corruption is minimised The second involves strengthening state capability so that it can effectively deliver on its commitments Both require action by state governments Reforms however dramatic and transformational cannot be a substitute for simple good governance As proof one only needs to compare the performance of various states in the economic freedom index calculated by the Cato Institute The most business-friendly states are also those which are widely acknowledged as the best governed In fact underlying Gujarat’s strong business-friendly environment was its strong commitment to plain good governance ensuring that the state delivered business transactional services to a reasonable degree of satisfaction Improving general governance is part of a larger agenda But a more limited agenda confined to business transactional services is more realistic It is also the least the Central government can do to encourage entrepreneurs In fact most developing countries which have improved their business environment dramatically with beneficial effects on growth have been those where national leaders made it a top priority The new government should initiate a campaign to make India a top-20 business environment destination as reflected in the DB rankings over its five years While it pursues macro-reforms the Central government should proactively encourage states to focus on a handful of transactions that most adversely affect businesses Chief ministers and heads of departments should be encouraged to review them as vigorously as with various national programmes Hand-holding support for small businesses to overcome these challenges should become an administrative priority for district governments A national portal that captures the workflow for these transactions could facilitate monitoring The Centre should also foster competition among states for the best business environment The positive multiplier from the creation of a welcoming business environment could be the foundation for the government’s ambitious growth agenda The writer is an IAS officerbatch of 1999and a graduate student at the Harvard Kennedy School US (Views are personal) express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: The changing demographics of the US does not support the views of the Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump a former senior US official said on Thursday even as he termed "restraint" as the leitmotif of President’s Obama policy Ashley Tellis a senior advisor to the Ambassador at the US embassy said the policies of President Obama has "definitely" helped India "The trajectory of India-US relationship is set and has seen a steady progress irrespective of whichever President has come to power in Washington It is also unlikley to change" he said delivering a lecture on ‘America and the World: Obama’s Strategic Legacy’ organised by Carnegie India Tellis who is believed to have played a crucial role during the Indo-US nuclear cooperation agreement said New Delhi recognises that the US is important to aid India’s rise in power He however admitted that the US "failed" to gauge the genesis of the Islamic State but once it did a fair amount of success was achieved in destroying the terror group A file photo of Barrack Obama AP Noting that restraint has been the leitmotif of Obama’s grand strategy Tellis said the success of American engagement will not come from greater restraint but from assertiveness and any successes arising from Obama’s policies are only transitory and not permanent He said Obama successfully avoided entry into major wars not succumb to temptation of military intervention especially in the Middle east and successfully put a "break" on the Iranian nuclear programme Tellis however added that Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton will be more assertive if voted to power as she deeply believes that if the US leadership is not forthcoming then even the collective actions or solutions will fail "She is more comfortable to use the American power than President Obama" said Tellis who served on the National Security Council staff as special assistant to the president and senior director for strategic planning and Southwest Asia Asked about the impact on the Republican party if Trump loses he said if that happens marginally then the party will gravitate to the view held by Trump and if he is defeated resoundingly then it will have to rethink on its ideology "Whatever views are presented by Trump the changing demography of America simply does not support that ideology It’s after all the arithmetic that will kill the party" Tellis said The former senior US official said Obama believes that an exercise of American power does not include "nation building" He said despite the rise of other powers including India and China the US will remain the sole superpower and it will remain for sometime and added "assertiveness" which is missing in the Obama’s foreign policy will make a return with the change of regime London:Liverpool celebrated Virgil van Dijk’s arrival at Anfield by coming from behind to beat Leicester City 2-1 thanks to Mohamed Salah’s brace while Danny Drinkwater scored his first Chelsea goal in a 5-0 rout of Stoke City Van Dijk signed from Southampton for a world record fee for a defender of 75 million ($100 million) isn’t able to play for Liverpool until January but the flaws the Dutch centre-back will be asked to fix were on display as Leicester took a third minute lead at Anfield on Saturday With Van Dijk watching from the stands Liverpool defender Joel Matip carelessly conceded possession and Riyad Mahrez set up Jamie Vardy to slot past goalkeeper Loris Karius selected in place of the dropped Simon Mignolet for his 10th goal of the season Chelsea recorded their biggest win of the Premier League season with a 5-0thumping of Stoke City at Stamford Bridge AFP Liverpool couldn’t find a first-half equaliser despite having 12 shots but they were level seven minutes after the interval Egypt winger Salah took Sadio Mane’s brilliant pass and showed good footwork before drilling past Kasper Schmeichel for his 22nd club goal of an incredible debut season following his move from Roma Salah wasn’t finished yet and he won it for Liverpool in the 76th minute turning away from Leicester defender Harry Maguire and firing in at the Kop end Liverpool unbeaten in 12 league games remain fourth and now hold a four-point advantage over fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur in the race to qualify for the Champions League At Stamford Bridge Chelsea climbed into second place above Manchester United who host Southampton later on Saturday Antonio Conte’s side made the perfect start when German defender Antonio Rudiger rose above three Stoke defenders to head home from Willian’s free-kick in the third minute Eden Hazard was rested on the Chelsea bench but his replacement Drinkwater did a passable impression of the brilliant Belgian the midfielder bagging his first goal for the Blues with a blistering strike from the edge of the area in the ninth minute Stoke boss Mark Hughes’ decision to field a severely weakened team in the midst of the hectic festive fixture list was backfiring badly The visitors were three down by the 23rd minute when Pedro finished off Willian’s pass to put Chelsea on course for a fourth win in their last five league games Willian got on the scoresheet himself in the 73rd minute stroking home a penalty awarded for a foul on the Brazilian before wing-back Davide Zappacosta grabbed his first Premier League goal with two minutes remaining Carvalhal makes his mark Carlos Carvalhal made an immediate impact at Swansea City as his new club climbed off the bottom of the table with a dramatic 2-1 win at Watford Carvalhal was the surprise choice to replaced the sacked Paul Clement just days after he’d been dismissed by second-tier Sheffield Wednesday The Portuguese coach’s first game got off to a bad start when Andre Carrillo nodded home in the 11th minute But Carvalhal was heard lambasting his players at half-time and they responded to his words with four minutes when left Ghana striker Jordan Ayew equalised In a remarkable finale Luciano Narsingh won it for Swansea in the 90th minute with a close-range finish Swansea are two points from safety after their first win in five games Ryan Fraser’s last-gasp goal clinched Bournemouth’s first win in nine matches as the struggling hosts beat Everton 2-1 at Dean Court to move out of the relegation zone Fraser side-footed Bournemouth ahead in the 33rd minute only for Idrissa Gueye to equalise for Everton in the 57th minute Everton boss Sam Allardyce was unbeaten in seven games in all competitions since replacing Ronald Koeman but Fraser ended that run with his 89th-minute strike Newcastle United are only one point above the bottom three after a dour 0-0 draw at home to Brighton and Hove Albion left them with just one win in 12 games Huddersfield Town and Burnley shared a goalless draw at the John Smith’s Stadium Disneyland in California hit by power outage | Reuters World Reuters Dec 28 2017 04:15:14 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Dec 28 2017 04:15 AM | Updated Date: Dec 28 2017 04:15 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See By: Reuters | Pune | Published: February 23 2017 6:37 pm Umesh needed just two deliveries to break the opening stand when Warner dragged the ball onto his stumps (Source: PTI) Top News Paceman Umesh Yadav claimed four wickets on a pitch that offered big turn to help India restrict Australia to 256 for nine after the touring side had made a solid start on the opening day of the four-match series on Thursday Paceman Mitchell Starc who would be expected by Australia to play a role similar to that of Umesh with the ball smashed an unbeaten 57 to frustrate the hosts and take his team past 250 Earlier David Warner made 38 and added 82 for the first wicket with Matt Renshaw after captain Steve Smith won the toss and opted to bat against a spin-heavy India Smith said he expected turn from the very first ball on the dry pitch at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in the Western Indian city of Pune a venue making its debut as a test centre India captain Virat Kohli appeared to agree with his counterpart bringing on spin spearhead Ravichandran Ashwin the top-ranked test bowler in just the second over of the day After four overs from paceman Ishant Sharma Kohli opted to utilise spin from both ends when he brought on Jayant Yadav against the left-handed duo The sparse crowd thought Jayant had bowled Warner around his legs for 20 but the off-spinner had overstepped the crease and it was called a no-ball UMESH STRIKES Warner and Renshaw were able to put loose balls away before Kohli brought on his other paceman Umesh in the 28th over Umesh needed just two deliveries to break the opening stand when Warner dragged the ball onto his stumps Australia then took an ultra-defensive approach against a side unbeaten in their last 19 tests but more chances eventually came India’s way Smith and Shaun Marsh added 37 for their stand in almost 20 overs before the latter was caught down the leg side attempting to sweep Jayant The hosts struck two quick blows when left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja dismissed Peter Handscomb (22) leg before after the right-handed batsman had added 30 runs with Smith In the next over Ashwin lured Smith into a drive taken by Kohli at midwicket to dismiss the world’s top-ranked test batsman for 27 All-rounder Mitchell Marsh did not last long either out leg before to Jadeja for four Renshaw who had to leave the field in the morning with an upset stomach returned to the crease to hit 68 before he was caught out at slip off Ashwin Umesh dismissed Matthew Wade for eight before taking the wickets of Steve O’Keefe and Nathan Lyon in successive deliveries Australia were boosted by Starc late on as the left-hander smashed five fours and three sixes to add 51 for the unbroken final wicket with number 11 batsman Josh Hazlewood not out on one For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: April 12 2016 12:50 pm Filmmaker Steven Spielberg will start his long-in-the-works religious drama “The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara” after he wraps “Ready Player One” Related News Filmmaker Steven Spielberg will start his long-in-the-works religious drama “The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara” after he wraps “Ready Player One” Mark Rylance who won the best supporting Oscar for Spielberg’s “Bridge Of Spies” will star as Pope Pius IX in the Amblin Entertainment project reported Entertainment Weekly Tony Kushner who worked on Spielberg’s “Lincoln” and “Munich” wrote the script adapting the David Kertzer novel which has been in development with the filmmaker since 2008 The true story revolves around a six-year-old Jewish boy in Bologna Italy in 1858 who was seized by the police and removed from his parents’ home He was subsequently raised as a Catholic and became a priest in the Augustinian order Spielberg Marc Platt and Kristie Macosko Krieger who produced “Bridge of Spies” will back the project For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News Specifications of the? Bankura 78. tujhe bhi kha dalega (Run away, and his batting abilities on this kind of track.

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