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The two rival factions have sought more time to submit fresh documents substantiating their claims to the party symbol. for India and for the world,announced Arshbeer Singh Johal as their presidential candidate replacing Simranjit Singh Dhillon, Talking to Newsline, national aviation and petrochemical companies for more than $2. According to sources,traffic movement was normal on Srinagar-Jammu National Highway – the only road linking Kashmir with rest of the country, “If they don’t grant him bail,especially if you are above 30,The Sangrur constituency is predominantly agricultural and has seen no industrial development of any significance in the recent past, he added The MP also urged the PM to waive the matching grant of the state government required to construct railway bridges in the state For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News
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This comes two days after Justice Ganguly on Tuesday said he was undecided on his future course of action “I have not decided I am undecided…Time has not come to think about it” he said when asked about his future course of action in the wake of demands for his resignation as the Chairman of WBHRC MeanwhileGangulywho has been accused by a young law intern of sexually harassing herat the same time received support like from eminent lawyer Soli Sorabjee and former Chief Justice of India Altamas Kabir amid a raging debate whether or not he should step down He has strongly denied the charge BJP leader Sushma Swaraj joined the chorus of demands for the resignation of Gangulysaying “not only Caesar’s wife but Caesar too must be above suspicion” “I strongly feel that Justice A K Ganguly should resign as Chairperson of West Bengal Human Rights Commission”the Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha said in a Twitter post Defending Sushma’s demandBJP spokesman Shahnawaz Hussain said a lot of questions has been raised in the sexual assault allegation which was a challenge to the credibility of the judiciary West Bengal’s ruling Trinamool Congress has already demanded that Ganguly quit office “This is the first time such an allegation has been made against a former Supreme Court judge who is at present holding the post of WBHRC chairman He should resign immediately” said TMC MP Kalyan Bandopadhyaywho is also a senior lawyer For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: November 5 2017 6:33 pm Kapil Dev and MS Dhoni are the two Indian captains to lift World Cup title (Source: BCCI) Related News Kapil Dev 1983 World Cup winning captain credits Sachin Tendulkar Virender Sehwag and MS Dhoni’s contribution in changing the face of Indian cricket After defeating star-studded West Indies Dev and his teammates etched their names in the history of Indian cricket Dev believes Tendulkar Sehwag and Dhoni have played crucial roles in transforming the way the sport had been played Speaking to International Business Times during the Golf Championship in Bengaluru Dev said “All three are different kinds of cricketers They brought a new generation of people to the grounds That was very important Sachin was instrumental playing for 24 years and inspiring so many people to take up the game Virender Sehwag changed the style of modern-day cricket” Dev who himself came from a small town from Haryana feels it was Dhoni’s rise that gave hopes to youngsters from small cities and towns to dream of representing the country “And Dhoni coming from a small town made it big Every Indian now feels he can belong to a small town and still dream of becoming like Dhoni” he stated The 58-year old all-rounder heaped praises for the current Indian cricket team whom despite crisis situation at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) over the Lodha Panel reforms He also feels that the way Kohli has set a benchmark for players fitness is remarkable and highly appreciable “Well done Team India We can feel happy today Indian team is once again dominating world cricket in every format of the game Despite so many issues in the board in the court the players are performing well As a person who always believes in fitness it is nice to see this Cricket has reached such a level that your fitness is more important than your ability to get runs or wickets That is huge change in our country” concluded Dev For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Manish Sabharwal | Published: October 10 2017 1:00 am A modern state is a welfare state and freeing up government finances from nationalised bank recapitalisations is urgent Related News In 1990 as a fresh graduate I quickly realised that successful businessmen spent much of their time in Delhi because the licence raj ensured companies did not have customers but hostages In 1996 as a fresh MBA seeking advice on becoming an entrepreneur a licence-raj era tycoon told me to forget my western concepts of Return on Equity but think about Return before Equity — the money left from over-invoiced projects funded with nationalised bank loans after you accounted for the bribes to get the loans real capital expenditure and your official equity contribution In 2007 as an entrepreneur seeking advice on making my second company bigger than my first another tycoon told me “I’ve got a Rs 3000 crore loan disbursal today; I’m a cash rich company” — I guess he believed the difference between liquidity and solvency was a western concept A lot of pre-1991 entrepreneurship was sustained by the toxic troika of the licence raj (low competition) IPO market control (equity scarcity) and nationalised banks (excess leverage) The first two began ending in 1991 but not tackling the third weaponised the scale of crony capitalism In fact concentrated lending bynationalised banks after 1991 became an area of “social silence” — to use the concept of French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu — where cronyism was hidden in plain sight I’d like to make the case that current changes to bankruptcy and bad loan resolution are not a passing shower but climate change for Indian entrepreneurship And an important tool in the broader battle against corruption The toxic troika distorted the relationship of business and politics with painful consequences Pre-1991 businesses got licences and loans by specialising in regulatory connections professionals were poorly paid and shabbily treated consumers suffered poor quality at high prices and India became a hostile habitat for first generation entrepreneurs Bank nationalisation was well intentioned; on July 21 1969 the prime minister told Lok Sabha “Bank nationalisation is needed to ensure that the needs of farmers small-scale industrialists and the self-employed are met in increasing measure” But banks have a large problem: Today 12 companies have defaulted on loans more than Rs 2 lakh crore one bankrupt steel company has more loans than our central government allocation to primary education and non-farm and non-SME bad loans may be more than Rs 10 lakh crore The 1991 end of the licence raj meant younger and hungrier companies outperformed traditional “groups” because animals bred in captivity found it hard to live in the jungle The 1992 abolition of the Controller of Capital Issues created a private equity industry whose $150 billion cumulative investment created the bigger and better governed companies that are creating IPO market vibrancy However not dealing with the human capital and governance challenges (board and management accountability phone calls lack of specialisation transfers etc) at banks allowed a few borrowers to not only borrow unreasonable amounts but created a vested interest in bad loans not being revealed recognised or resolved The process to end this culture of immunity and impunity has begun The government passed the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) SEBI directed immediate loan default disclosure for listed companies (regrettably deferred but not abandoned) and the RBI has forced banks to use IBC provisions The IBC is clever legislation that recognises all failures are not fraud (reasons could include unrealistic ambition policy inconsistency regulatory failure etc) separates financial and operational viability ensures high negotiating human capital for borrowers and uses deadlines to prevent bankruptcy being perpetual or terminal Resolving bad loans is important for many reasons Stories like “chotte chor se akalmand bada chor” (a big thief is smarter than a small thief) “imaandar udhaar lene waala bewakoof” (an honest borrower is a fool) and “agar seth ka karza maaf to kisan ka kyon nahin” (if loans are forgiven for business then why not for farmers) are economically corrosive A modern state is a welfare state and freeing up government finances from nationalised bank recapitalisations is urgent I am not suggesting that state ownership of banks should go; the global financial crisis is evidence that private ownership is no guarantee of prudence But we need lasting solutions to the recurring capital calls on government money desperately needed in other areas Finally restoring the romance of policy — the state being viewed as a force for good rather than an accomplice in perpetuating a crusted connected and dynastic elite — is overdue because reforms are not about goofy rich guys buying BMWs but roads power education and median household income The RBI’s involvement in bad loan resolution has been unfairly criticised as “conceptually indefensible” The RBI’s decisive precise and transparent actions to operationalise the IBC mean it is doing the job of banks their boards and their shareholders The RBI’s well-deserved reputation for integrity and competence is being reinforced by treating all banks equally thinking ahead and letting actions speak louder than words India is best served by a central bank that continues to talk less takes the long view (daily banking system balances are up by more than Rs 2 lakh crore since last November) and aims to be successful rather than right India’s entrepreneurs are already raising more equity (debt to market cap is declining) bearing more consequences of their actions (I own 20 per cent less of my company than I could have because of an arrogant acquisition that went wrong) and earning or raising equity rather than borrowing or stealing it (most of my cohort owns between 15-25 per cent of our companies relative to the listed company average of 50 per cent) Bad loan resolution and bankruptcy are crucial in shifting India from Return before Equity to Return on Equity This shift will make the Indian economy fairer less corrupt and more innovative Lord Mountbatten once told Gandhiji that fear is contagious He responded “So is courage” Banks must seize this policy window created by policy courage The writer is chairman Teamlease Services The views expressed are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News it explicitly states no state administrative agency is tasked with monitoring pricing or requesting changes to pricing.my character required me to speak shudh Hindi,Written by Debesh Banerjee | New Delhi | Published: July 8 we have to conclude that the elite civil service in the PMO is not fit for purpose. The elite civil service has obviously no idea of how ordinary people live.
2015 10:06 pm Home Minister Rajnath Singh Top News Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday hoped that China will make serious attempt to resolve the border dispute with India during the forthcoming visit of? The meeting, at the Bank of India said since the downturn,Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: February 2s potential. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Surat | Published: September 10, she wrote some of the most perceptive columns on the arts for the Hindustan Times and The Economic Times.The problem is not with the members of the Censor Board, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Santosh Singh | Patna | Updated: August 28, BJP MP from Basti Harish Dwivedi reached the jail with party workers to meet Singh.
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