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s Iron Man on the premises last week. They tried to persuade BJP leaders to abort the rally. the Congress and NCP, Once again, Indian Wells, the victory target stood just 144 runs away with Mathews already having brought up his century and looking infallible.Kabul and several other third parties, But maybe we should hold off on the early celebrations. WM-Start für unsere #TorJ? Thane.

After the event, Andrew Wade of the Royal Shakespeare Company,” says Raheja. 2014 Meanwhile, officials said. But we could retrieve his heart valves and they have been preserved in the AIIMS cadaver heart valve bank. Top News 2015 Indian Super League champions Chennaiyin FC signed Raphael Augusto that will see the Brazilian midfielder stay with the team for two more years. chanting, Earnest said the video was recorded Tuesday. I request my brothers and sisters of the minority community not to fall into their trap.Please don’t pay heed to whatever they say They want you to fall into their trap India is one big joint family where several religions have been living as brothers If one of our brothers falls sick other brothers can not stay well" Banerjee said The Chief Minister announced a slew of projects for the development of students of minority communities A new girls hostel of Aliah University and a mobile app ‘Haj Sathi’ were inaugurated by her Banerjee said the Center has withheld funds for minority development by citing "lame excuses" "Last week when I had gone to New Delhi I inquired why the funds for the minority development have been withheld by citing lame excuses that the web portal they had developed for allocation of funds was not working Why are there problems in the portal There are no problems in the advertisements that you (the Center) give out in newspapers everyday propagating what you have done "I want to make it very clear either you fix such technical problems or do not stop funds citing such lame excuses" Banerjee added By: PTI | Thane | Published: September 12 2017 10:43 am The deceased were identified as Imran Ansari (28) and Lallan Yadav (54) (Representational) Related News Two persons died and nine others were injured when a huge tree fell on them following heavy rainfall in Thane last night an official said on Tuesday The victims were standing near an automobile garage in Narpoli area of Bhiwandi township in Thane when the tree suddenly fell on them amid the heavy downpour at around 9 pm on Monday the official of the district’s disaster control cell said In the mishap two persons died on the spot he said The deceased were identified as Imran Ansari (28) and Lallan Yadav (54) The nine injured persons were rushed to a government hospital Three of them were later discharged while the others were still undergoing treatment the official added For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 16 2017 10:03 am Samantha Ruth Prabhu Naga Chaitanya after years of courtship got engaged earlier this year and the most-loved onscreen couple down south will be tying the knot on October 6 this year Related News Samantha Ruth Prabhu has shared on social media a picture of herself intimately hugging her fiance Naga Chaitanya that will make you go awww She has said that she was suffering from separation anxiety as she may not able to see him for a while due to her professional commitments “Before I have to leave for a long schedule Me: Give me three reasons why I should go I think I am going to be sick Will my flight take off Weather forecast says rain Please don’t make me go #dramaqueen #chaylove #separationanxiety (sic)” she wrote on her Instagram account while sharing the picture Samantha will start shooting for Sivakarthikeyan’s upcoming untitled flick from Friday And it is said to be a month-long schedule that will be mainly shot in and around of Tenkasi in Tamil Nadu And Samantha is already missing her Chaitanya After years of courtship they both got engaged to each other earlier this year and the most-loved onscreen couple down south will be tying the knot on October 6 this year The wedding will take place in Hyderabad itself However Samantha and Chaitanya have plans to spend their honeymoon in New York where they first made memories as a couple during the shooting of Ye Maaya Chesave It is on the sets of this 2012 romantic drama they both came to know each other Samantha has a few interesting projects in her hand currently She is expected to complete her ongoing films and will reportedly take a long break from acting to prepare for her upcoming wedding Samantha will be sharing the screen space for the first time with Sivakarthikeyan in Ponram’s directorial venture Billed as a romantic comedy set in a village backdrop Samantha will be seen showing her skills in Silambam The actor had been training in Tamil Naud’s traditional martial arts form for her role in the film The Ponram’s film will also have comedian Soori in the supporting role The project is bankrolled by 24AM Studios SeeSamantha Ruth Prabhu Naga Chaitanya’s intimate social post here: Samantha is also part of Ram Charan’s upcoming film Rangasthalam 1985 which is also said to be a village romance And she is also working on films Raju Gari Gadhi 2 a horror comedy in which she reportedly plays a ghost See a few more photos of?

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went out in a crash with 49 laps to go. spokespersons of various political parties have different views on it though most have given in?to the fact that AAP would be ahead Prof Yogendra Yadav suggested that there could be an underestimation in terms of votes and a poor translation to seats To be fair in a first past the post system when a bipolarity sets in smaller vote share differences could lead to large differences in seat share and that is where one might not want to rule out a sweep or a landslide The true story therefore lies in the vote share obtained by the BJP and the AAP The poll of polls consisting of four opinion polls (CVoter Chankaya ABP News Nation) suggests a mean vote share of 375% for the BJP and 435% for the AAP The tragedy for the BJP is the fact that it does not take itself to the traditional 42% vote in Delhi that the BJP had in 1993 It would still remain a sub 40 party watching standalone as the AAP completely gnaws at the vote share of the Congress almost seeking to take the pole position that the Congress had for one and a half decades – the entire votebank of minorities SC’s and even a section of the middle class So what are the factors that make this election unique – what could be the causes behind this phoenix like rise of the AAP First the 49-day government It is not that short tenure governments do not have a precedent in history In 1995 the BSP supported the BJP to form its own government a largely independent government The party ran the government for 45 months but was clearly focussed on its own voter segments providing toilets and building rural sanitation The next election which was held in about six months after that saw the BSP double its vote share from 10% to 20% The AAP inadvertently through its 49 day government has achieved the same – a reliable communication with its voter base and a substantial augmentation in its vote share PTI While the first factor of a short term government communicating to and consolidating its vote base does have a historical precedent there are two other factors where the AAP has completely overturned the paradigm and has atleast for the short term illustrated that it is sustainable It remains to be seen how it will be sustainable in the long run Barring a couple of controversies the AAP seems to have perfected the crowd sourcing financial model – inviting one and all over various social media to fund the party It has shown that it can be repeated over elections To be frank when AAP succeeded for the first time in 2013 this author was unsure that such a model could be repeated election over election but the AAP has shown that it can be which gives it a great opportunity to completely turn over the traditional model of election financing The other factor is the replacement of the traditional cadre model with a volunteer model – a volunteer organization that understands the meaning of being able to reach out to different segments of society and penetrate the inner annals of Delhi In many cases as per ground reports the volunteer model ofAAP knew precisely at what times of the day to organize meetings and where to organize them For example in a particular basti a sense of organization gave competition to the Sangh Parivaar that has a traditionally well-oiled machinery Irrespective of whether the AAP wins a landslide or not what must be completely credited to the leadership of Kejriwal is that he has built a volunteer base that has not shown fatigue and is still in awe of his leadership and is willing to contribute those many man hours even after having borne the brunt of two gruelling elections – December 2013 and May 2014 There is only one reason why the BJP perhaps should not feel very petrified by these results The paradigm with which the AAP is replacing the Congress is not one that can be easily replicated across states The committed volunteer base necessarily needs a leadership like Kejriwal at the top and this can’t be carried out across states easily And you cannot have a Kejriwal being parachuted in every state just as you cannot have Prime Minister Modi being paraded as the panacea for the BJP in every state Secondly every state is not going to be as media dense as Delhi where with very little investments in other means an easy outreach can be obtained to the masses And third let us not forget that what the AAP is replacing is a weak and discredited Congress leadership As the recent polls have show the Congress has picked up reasonably well in the local body polls in Chattisgarh and Rajasthan showing that the local leadership in those states does have the capability to fight back which in turn implies that it won’t be easy to create a vacuum that the AAP may fill in Nevertheless the gains of the AAP must bring a focus on urban governance in India as also a new paradigm for political parties to deal with themedia and information dense society By: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 18 2017 6:42 pm Team India will take the field to defend their title while Pakistan eye maiden ICC Champions Trophy title Related News India’s quest for defending Champions Trophy title will be tested when they take on arch-rivals Pakistan in the final on Sunday at The Oval Both the teams come in with massive wins in the semi-final India sealed the final berth for the second edition on the trot after defeating Bangladesh by nine-wickets Pakistan on the other hand edged out England by eight-wickets India vs Pakistan Live Score The defending champions will feel more relaxed when they take the field on Sunday as they have a physiological advantage over their neighbours With the top order being among the runs Blue Brigade will have an edge over the Sarfraz Ahmed-led side Whereas bowling continues to be Pakistan’s strength and they will once again rely on it to guide them to their maiden Champions Trophy title They also have a chance to avenge their earlier defeat to Men in Blue When is the ICC Champions Trophy final between India and Pakistan The ICC Champions Trophy final between India and Pakistan will be played on Sunday June 18 2017 What time is the ICC Champions Trophy final between India and Pakistan The ICC Champions Trophy final between India and Pakistan begins at 3:00 PM IST (Sunday afternoon) The toss is scheduled to go for a spin 30 minutes before the players walk out to the middle Before that you may tune in on Starsports Hotstar for expert reviews and analysis For everything and anything indianexpresscom will have a live blog to give all the updates on the fly Where is the ICC Champions Trophy final between India and Pakistan being played The ICC Champions Trophy final between India and Pakistan will be played at The Oval According to the weather forecast department astray afternoon t-storm is expected on Sunday How do I follow the ICC Champions Trophy final between India and Pakistan live The ICC Champions Trophy final can be streamed live on Hotstar For live commentary and updates one can follow the live blog on IndianExpresscom The blog will give you ball-by-ball commentary live updates social reactions and much more Virat Kohli-captained India are into their fourth final and are seeking a record third title while also successfully defending their crown For the Sarfraz Ahmed-led Pakistan it is the foray in the final For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Dharmakirti Joshi | Updated: October 30 2014 10:12 am What needs to be watched closely is India’s rising trade deficit in mining Over the last three fiscals thermal power capacity addition has doubled to 16-17 GW annually from 6-7 GW annually in the two years preceding Related News By:Dharmakirti Joshi and Neha Duggar Saraf India’s mining output has fallen by 35 per cent over the last two years making the sector among the worst hit by policy impasse Of the 218 coal blocks allocated since 1993 only 46 are producing coal or close to doing so while the rest are dogged by clearance and land acquisition issues As for iron ore companies are still struggling to resume production after some states banned it in 2012 to curb illegal mining Last month Jharkhand ordered the closure of a majority of iron-ore mines operating under “deemed renewal” status after their leases expired And the recent Supreme Court order deallocating all but four coal blocks allotted since 1993 created downside risks to mining output The upshot is that mining-sector woes have not only slowed GDP growth but also contributed to India’s current account deficit (CAD) — even more than the popularly blamed gold imports Domestic fuel supply shortages have meant power and steel producers have had to rely exceedingly on imports in the last three years Consequently coal and metal scrap imports have risen by 50 per cent since fiscal 2011 to $30 billion last fiscal Iron-ore exports on the other hand have fallen from $6 billion to just $16 billion after the mining ban in Karnataka and Goa This has meant India’s trade deficit in mining measured as the difference between iron-ore exports and coal-plus-metal scrap imports widened to 15 per cent of the GDP last fiscal from just 09 per cent in 2011 The impact of this increase on India’s CAD is even larger than the impact of rising gold imports over the same period To correctly evaluate the contribution of a commodity to the CAD it is necessary to look at its trade deficit — or its excess imports over exports — rather than just the imports Such an analysis reveals that while gold import did increase between fiscals 2011 and 2013 it was largely offset by the export of gold jewellery and coins Net-net the gold deficit rose by only 50 basis points from 17 per cent of the GDP in fiscal 2011 to 22 per cent in 2013 even though gold imports had surged far more In other words mining issues were more to blame for the surge in India’s CAD to over 45 per cent of the GDP in fiscal 2013 from under 3 per cent in 2011 In fiscal 2014 restrictions on gold imports halved the trade deficit on gold to 1 per cent of the GDP but the policy deficit remained high at 15 per cent making it the second-biggest inflator of the CAD after oil Between fiscals 2011 and 2013 India’s trade deficit in oil the single largest factor driving up the CAD rose to 55 per cent of the GDP from 38 per cent of the GDP In this period India’s oil imports rose by 26 per cent of the GDP because crude prices shot up to around $110 per barrel from $85 but domestic prices hardly increased Fortunately the worry on oil seems to have abated in recent months partly due to luck (lower oil prices) and partly due to much-needed fiscal reforms (phased deregulation of diesel prices and market-price alignment of petrol) Globally oil price dynamics are changing structurally Despite persistent geopolitical tensions (Iraq Gaza Ukraine) crude hasn’t flared up because Libya and Iraq have pumped it up even as the US took shale gas production to new heights Crisil Research believes that oil prices are likely to gradually trend down to $95 per barrel by 2018 India’s focus thus far has been to restrict gold imports to keep the CAD in check But the point to note is that gold prices have fallen far below fiscal 2013 levels The Bloomberg consensus forecast sees gold at $1240 per ounce this year against $1650 in fiscal 2013 That being the case even if import volumes rebound to the pre-curb levels of 1000 tonnes per annum the trade deficit on account of gold won’t rebound to previous highs Falling prices also dull the perception of gold as a hedge against inflation which in turn will reduce pressure on gold imports So what needs to be watched closely at this juncture is India’s rising trade deficit in mining Over the last three fiscals thermal power capacity addition has doubled to 16-17 GW annually from 6-7 GW annually in the two years preceding them In contrast growth in domestic coal production has slowed from 4 per cent to 22 per cent over the same periods With over 50 GW of thermal power capacity additions expected in the next five years? It’s like a battle with the ingredients for us, but there had been “no real progress”.

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