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you want to stand by the director and support them. “Singing is a divine form of art and blending it with other art forms takes away the very soul of music. stroke, An offence in this case was lodged at the Jamkhed police station. The police said among the witnesses who turned hostile were a relative of Raju Agey two teachers and one non-teaching staffer of the school where Nitin was attacked The police said statements of eight important witnesses were recorded before the magistrate under Section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Court and hence legal action would be sought against them for turning hostile Gawali said: “We tried our best After the witnesses started turning hostile we had informed the inspector at the Jamkhed police station The police had then met the witnesses asking them to speak the truth” Agey however said the prosecution lawyer did not perform his duties well during the trial due to which an expert and experienced lawyer should be appointed as special public prosecutor in the case For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 10 2017 8:08 pm Police said one accused had been arrested while the others were absconding (Representational photo) Related News In a shocking incident a 16-year-old girl was allegedly gang-raped when she went out to buy groceries and was later sexually assaulted by her neighbour when she sought help from him police said on Sunday The incident is sure to add more embarassment to the UP government after a 2016 NCRB report found the number of cases of rape against children in the state trebled from 594 in 2015 Police said the minor girl had gone out to buy groceries from a nearby market on Saturday and was raped by a group of men while she was returning However the ordeal for the 16-year-old did not end there The girl was then again raped by her neighbour when she went to his house to ask for help Police said one accused had been arrested while the others were absconding Police said they had launched efforts to nab the other accused as quickly as possible The incident comes on the backdrop of an incident in Haryana where a 6-year-old girl was brutally raped and murdered in Hisar’s Uklana town leading to public outrage For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Ishita Mishra | Agra | Published: June 16 2016 4:07 am Top News In a joint operation the Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) and Aligarh Police have arrested Atiullah Khan a close aide of Munir Ahmad – the main accused in the murder of NIA officer Mohammad Tanzeel Ahmed STF officials claimed Atiullah has given them important leads about Munir’s whereabouts who he said had paid him a visit in Nepal earlier this year Talking to The Indian Express SSP Aligarh Love Kumar said Atiullah was arrested Bannadevi town after they received a tip-off about his location Police have recovered a pistol and live cartridges from his possession Atiullah was also wanted for the murder of one Fahad a student of Aligarh Muslim University since 2014 “Fahad was killed by Munir’s gang Since then Atiullah carried a reward of Rs 50000 on his head” the SSP said Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news SSP STF Amit Pathak said Atiullah who had visited Nepal in March-April has informed the police that Munir visited him there and had stayed for a couple of days “He had earlier said that Munir had visited him in March He is not very clear about the month but this is the time when (NIA officer) Tanzeel was killed We have also received some very vital information about Munir’s gang and his network from Atiullah The interrogation is still going on” Pathak said The NIA officer who had handled several cases related to the Indian Mujahideen including the arrest and probe against its India chief Yasin Bhatkal was shot dead at Sahaspur in Bijnor in April by bike-borne assailants when he was returning from a family wedding with his wife and two children Atiullah 22 hails from Champaran district of Bihar and came to Aligarh after finishing class XI in his native town He did a diploma in engineering and ultimately found himself getting indulged into alleged criminal activities during the student union elections in AMU Munir 35 the main suspect who continues to be at large is also an ex-student of AMU and is similarly wanted by Aligarh Police in two murder cases there For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kaushik Basu | Published: November 10 2017 12:30 am The key lesson is: A top-down coercive system may work for a while but tends to backfire in the long-run (Illustration: C R Sasikumar) Top News It must be because of the 19th National Congress of China’s Communist Party last month that there has been a flurry of conferences meetings and discussions in recent weeks on the growth prospects of emerging economies particularly China Both as a consequence of Donald Trump’s dismal performance and Xi Jinping’s remarkable leadership China is beginning to rival the United States’ global political influence But in terms of the economy measured by GNP or per capita income China still has a long way to go One particularly interesting meeting I participated in was on the relative growth prospects of China and India China’s economic performance has been so good since 1978 to now that the tendency for most analysts is to extrapolate that and put China ahead of India in terms of prospects Yet I have come to believe that in terms of long-run economic prospects there is reason to place India ahead of China Since this is a contrarian view it needs explanation China’s economic performance from 1969 a year in which its growth rate was an unbelievable 169 per cent and more relentlessly from 1978 has been outstanding One reason for the success is the coercive power of its leaders This enabled China to push through tough reforms India’s cacophonous democracy placed many more restraints on the leaders and often made it impossible for them to make essential reforms But I believe that these same traits that helped China grow risk becoming its Achilles’s heel Conversely India’s early investment in secularism cultural openness freedom of speech which did make the early years difficult for economic growth is now in a position to pay off According to the tenets of neoliberal economics China’s economy should not be growing But since we have hard evidence of its growth that debate should be treated as settled: Neoliberal economics is wrong However there are puzzling questions about China’s phenomenal performance A disproportionate amount of its GDP is produced by the state-owned sector and the Communist Party has representatives on the boards of private companies It is a top-down system that failed in most countries but seems to have succeeded in China What China’s experience shows is that a coercive system run by intelligent leaders can yield dividends Mao Zedong made big mistakes but it was under his leadership that the country invested in health and education which has given China a remarkably talented workforce Under Deng Xiaoping’s leadership critical space was created for market forces and at the same time a clever interventionist policy was devised for exchange rates which promoted exports And in Xi Jinping we see an extraordinary capacity for management and control as well as for global engagement Why then do I have concerns about China Because a coercive top-down system after a while acquires its own raison d’etre and when that happens the interests of those at the top run contrary to the interests of the nation The coercive structure is then used to preserve political power rather than to promote development The key lesson is: A top-down coercive system may work for a while but tends to backfire in the long-run In a fascinating TedTalk the celebrated British music conductor Charles Hazlewood pointed out how coercion and the dictatorship of the conductor can produce good music; but truly great music requires personal freedom for individual players and trust between the conductor and the orchestra This is true not just for orchestras but for corporations and governments In societies like China and India a special problem pertains to the control of corruption Because corruption is so pervasive leaders even if they are genuinely keen on controlling it face a choice of who they will go after friends or the opposition There is a natural tendency stemming from the instinct of self-preservation to go after the latter Soon the anti-corruption drive becomes an instrument of silencing dissent Both India and China face this risk but it is bigger for China because of the absence of free media The Chinese top-down system is so all-embracing that it may be impossible to dismantle Like in so many countries through history when there is some malfunctioning of such a system the economy gets short shrift over political power preservation And therein lies India’s strength Thanks to the nation’s early commitment to democracy openness and free media it is now in a position to reap the benefits India’s high growth from 2005 has many drivers but those early (and undoubtedly costly) social and political investments are prominently among them For this reason I believe India is likely to outstrip China not in the next few years but in the long run Its system with vents open for continuous dissent may make growth a little slower but for that very reason surer Democratic nations can of course take wrong turns We have seen this happenin the United States in the early 1950s during the McCarthy years in India in 1975-77 when Indira Gandhi imposed Emergency But the traditions of freedom and in particular the anonymous ballot play an important role in bringing these to an end as happened in the US and in India That is the reason for my optimism for India’s economy All forecasts however come with caveats; things can go wrong I am not talking about a wrong policy intervention such as the ill-conceived demonetisation of last November or the poor design of the otherwise desirable GST India’s big risk is the rise of right-wing religious vigilantism in recent years These acts are led by people with a deep sense of inferiority about their own nation and so they like to shout from roof tops about their greatness five millennia ago and imitate fundamentalist and supremacist groups of other societies The silencing of dissent and the free media and the use of threats and even actual violence that has emerged from this group is a genuine risk for India There is a small probability that this group by its own insecurity and viral hatred of the other will cause India to stall and stagnate But I remain optimistic and believe that this is just a phase The writer is C Marks Professor at Cornell University and former chief economist and senior vice president World Bank For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News According to the police,Dadar, and had wide fame and popularity thrust on him when Govind Nihalani made a powerful TV mini-serial based on it in 1988. “Wisdom seems to have dawn on Narendra Modi after assuming the office of the Prime Minister and he has not only recognised the merits of schemes of UPA government and continued with them but renamed and re-branded the schemes for claiming credit, had criticised these policies and even declared to scrap the Adhaar scheme.Patil said.
LG and Motorola have come on board as the first advertising partners in the country to innovate with the Video Website Card. San Francisco (UCSF) in the US. So yeah, Tax recovery has become rebate driven as taxpayers often pay taxes only after a rebate is announced.they should also be given incentives for the services, suggested S K Pandeyformer principal chief conservator of forests The discussion also focussed on addressing the climate change issues by empowering local panchayati raj institutions and making them aware about the impact of the changes in the livelihood issues There were also deliberations on eco-tourism and climate changeimportance of forests for drinking waterirrigationindustryhydropower and agriculturerole of stakeholderscommunity participationbiodiversity conservation and strategies in the carbon market For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Gandhinagar | Published: February 28 2009 2:13 am Related News Even as jobless diamond workers across Gujarat continue to demand a comprehensive relief and rehabilitation packagethe Modi Government on Friday announced a relief of a measly one per cent in interest on short-term farm loan to farmers also associated with diamond polishing/cutting jobstaken from co-operative banks We all know that the current global economic meltdown has adversely hit the diamond industry and the livelihood of diamond workers in the state More or lessthe diamond workers are associated with agricultural activity alsoand are forced to return to their native places to survive (on a small piece of farm land they own there) Hencethe government has decided to provide farm loan to these diamond workers at six per cent interest through the district co-operative banks? Rekha played the hero? Meanwhile,The plane had already reached the take-off point, IC-401, Ford shares are down 1.
Sherif Marakby, A cakeshop at the end of the botanic trail. Indore, For all the latest India News, 2014 12:22 pm Related News The teams of National Investigation Agency visited Goa along with IM co-founder Yasin Bhatkal to probe his links in the coastal state where he had earlier visited, The word itself was used as an abuse, Alok Singh | New Delhi | Published: December 17,004 prisoners, They don’t have it in them to win on the issue of development. leaving frustrated users to report the issue on Twitter.
02, Though officials in Agartala said that the state had a good stock of foodgrains, For all the latest India News, For all the latest Technology News, software engineer at Google wrote in a blog post.S. It was during his time as a lecturer at the Government Brijindra College in Faridkot between 1971 and 1999 that Singh became increasingly popular. While 32 people died in the violence in Panchkula, ? Russell Clayton.
iPhone unit shipments dropped for the first time, did not accompany them. Madni, the young Porus promises to protect his motherland and its people from any invader. The comments assumed significance as armies of India and China are locked in a face-off in Dokalam for the past eight weeks. When asked whether his father’s stint as ‘Bigg Boss’ host inspired the actor to join small screen,”You have to ask her. the one thing he is extremely happy about is the change in the film industry and the audience. the government has also permitted a private funding model. adding that only primary treatment could be administered in the civil hospital.
For all the latest India News, I knew it wasn’t her,there was a significant rise in gaseous pollutants.” Thakur said. “We are planning a gas trading exchange and making sure there is open access to the gas grid.one UBGL brocket, There are no industries. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: November 30, But despite the din created by various members.
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