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keep a constant eye on their parked cycles. PTI Photo by Nand Kumar (PTI10_8_2015_000117B) Related News Accusing the Centre of playing politics over the drought in Uttar Pradesh, for which the required steps are being taken. R-Ala. has raised the threat as part of his GOP primary campaign against appointed Sen Luther Strange threatening to filibuster any funding bill that fails to include money for the wall project And Trump himself reacted to news reports suggesting Democrats had bested him on the earlier catchall spending bill by taking to Twitter to complain about Senate filibuster rules and declaring that: "Our country needs a good ‘shutdown’ in September to fix mess" Democrats quickly signalled they’re eager for the fight "Once again Republicans are trying to put American taxpayers on the hook for the multi-billion dollar boondoggle President Trump swore Mexico would pay for" said House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi D-Calif "Trump’s immoral ineffective and expensive wall is strongly opposed by Democrats and by many Republicans as well A wall of bipartisan opposition is the only thing House Republicans are trying to build here" By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: January 6 2016 10:23 am Reliance Entertainment will bring Telugu film ‘Naanaku Prematho’ to the Hindi market Related News Reliance Entertainment will bring Telugu film “Naanaku Prematho” which is set to release on January 13 to the Hindi market “Nannaku Prematho” touted as one of the big-ticket projects down south will mark the second release of Reliance Entertainment in the Hindi market in January “Wazir” being the first read a statement Reliance Entertainment is presenting the film in the southern market as well The film directed by Sukumar stars Junior NTR in the lead role along with Rakul Preet Singh Jagapathi Babu and Rajendra Prasad in important roles The music has been given by Devi Sri Prasad who has also enjoyed a fair share of popularity in Bollywood Produced by BVSN Prasad the film was predominantly shot in Britain besides Hyderabad and a few other places “Nannaku Prematho” is said to delve on the bond shared between father and son For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: July 15 2016 4:41 am Top News A senior peon working with Deputy Director of Education (DyDE) put an acidic substance on himself after an argument with his senior over reducing official leaves According to officials at DYDE peon Dhruva Gosavi had not reported to work for two days Tuesday and Wednesday without any explanation He resumed duty on Thursday They alleged that the peon then learnt that his leave was marked as casual leave and he was not happy “I came to office at 915 am and he (Gosavi) came to my office as usual and gave me some papers Till I left office for some work he did not have any complaint At around 1030 am I got a call saying he had thrown bathroom cleaning acid on himself after an argument with our administrative officer Bharat Bornare Even the latter got splattered with the acidic substance while trying to save Gosavi from injuring himself I asked that the injured be rushed to the hospital and immediately came to office” said Dinkar Temkar Deputy Director of Education Pune Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news According to Temkar what he learnt was that Gosavi and Bornare had an argument after the former learnt about the marking of the casual leave However Bornare claimed that the fight was over another peon “He suspected that I did not mark him but the other peon did But before I got time to analyse the situation he started pouring the liquid on his head I tried to stop him The substance ran down my shirt sleeve and my arm started burning I washed it off with water and later had to throw away my shirt I do not know whether he was attempting suicide or wanted to hurt me as everything happened too fast” said Bornare Gosavi wasn’t available for comment He was first admitted to Sassoon Hospital and later to a private hospital near his home However Temkar said that a departmental inquiry would be instituted after he returned to work Authorities at Sassoon Hospital said that Gosavi had suffered an eyelid edema and discharged after outpatient treatment For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMumbai: The Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) in deep debt has decided to felicitate its past cricketers and also splurge on district representatives’ stay during the first-ever Test match in Pune between India and Australia from 23 February Consequent to this a senior member Madhav Ranade has written to the Cricket Board’s (BCCI) Committee of Administrators’ (COA) head Vinod Rai objecting to these expenditures that includes hospitality passes to be distributed to the district representatives to watch the match as "wasteful" according to sources Representative photo Getty Images He has also charged that these decisions were taken at the MCA’s managing committee meeting called by its secretary which itself was not as per rules as all those members who had been disqualified by the Supreme Court’s judgment based on Justice Lodha reforms were present Saying that MCA was "disregarding the Lodha reforms" and was also "Not ready to follow the Supreme Court’s order" Ranade has expressed his hope that there would be some clarity after the COA’s meeting on Friday He has also asked for an administrator to be appointed for the conduct of the match as he fears costs for the Test match will spiral uncontrollably He has also stated that the current members listen only to disqualified former BCCI secretary and MCA president Ajay Shirke He has asked for the appointment of an administrator by SC BCCI or COA "to oversee all the contracts for this match as well as examine all the expenses as the current committee which takes directions only from Mr Ajay Shirke will really go totally out of control as they know this the last chance for them to enjoy at the association’s expense" Ranade has charged "The members of the districts have all been promised 25 passes each to oblige their district members for the match They will enjoy hospitality at the association’s expense for 10 days I feel this is a wasteful expenditure and the committee needs to be controlled by the COA or the BCCI" the letter from Ranade to Rai stated "Our association is in debt to the tune of more than Rs 300 crore and in spite of this money is wasted for unplanned meetings Further the association plans to felicitate Test players who have represented Maharashtra before the inaugural Test match without any sanction for the expenses likely to be incurred "Besides they plan to felicitate Mr Shirke as well It really is surprising that the members still feel the need to do so when the association is in such a huge debt under his leadership" Ranade has written By: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: May 25 2015 4:17 pm Jande Fonda: Men are very visual they want young women So for us it’s all about trying to stay young (Source: Reuters) Related News Veteran actress Jane Fonda says ageism is “alive and well” in Hollywood The 77-year-old star said older women are finding it increasingly hard to get work in the film industry because of age discrimination reported Contactmusic “Ageism is alive and well It is OK for men to get older because men become more desirable by being powerful With women it’s all about how we look Men are very visual they want young women So for us it’s all about trying to stay young” she said The “Barbarella” star also admitted she turned to cosmetic surgery to look younger and whilst she doesn’t believe it is “essential” for older women in Hollywood she thinks it gave her ten more years of work For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: March 20 2016 6:44 pm Amitabh Bachchan who was present at the Eden Gardens to cheer the Indian team says the spirit of patriotism has climbed across the entire nation after the match Related News Megastar Amitabh Bachchan is all soaked in the patriotism spirit after Indian cricket team won the crucial World Cup Twenty20 match against Pakistan The 73-year-old actor who was present at the Eden Gardens to cheer the Indian team says the spirit of patriotism has climbed across the entire nation after thematch “The World Cup T20 tournament that decorate our days and nights these past few days has just within that historic cauldron Eden Gardens with a resounding win over arch rivals Pakistan… The spirit of patriotism has climbed the barometer of an entire nation and suddenly nothing else in the world matter” Bachchan wrote on his blog The “Piku” star also beautifully sang the National Anthem before the match begun Bachchan said he was honoured to get the opportunity “I was honoured and was privileged to have been given this opportunity… And honoured and privileged to have been given an opportunity to demonstrate my excessive joy on waving our National Flag to no end…” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Published: July 29 2017 10:48 am Cristie Kerr played the first 11 holes in 4 over (Source: Reuters) Top News Cristie Kerr birdied three of the last six holes in strong wind Friday at Dundonald Links for a 1-over 73 and a one-stroke lead over Hall of Famer Karrie Webb in the Ladies Scottish Open Kerr played the first 11 holes in 4 over with a double bogey on the par-5 third and bogeys on Nos 6 and 11 The 39-year-old American had a 5-under 139 total “It was tough” Kerr said “I didn’t hit it that great today but I still managed My caddie and I managed the golf course well and we made the recovery shots when we needed to I’m just going to go hit a few balls and try to find the feel It’s hard when you play back-to-back in heavy wind with the swing but we’ll work on it” She won the LOTTE Championship in April in Hawaii for her 19th LPGA Tour title “You never know with the weather I’m trying not to get ahead of myself in this weather” Kerr said “Just try to hit it pretty well and make some putts and get up-and-down sometimes and we’ll see what happens” Webb a stroke ahead of Kerr after a first-round 65 shot a 75 to drop behind The 42-year-old Australian star had a double bogey four bogeys and three pars “Well disappointing because I bogeyed the last two” Webb said “I fought really hard to be 1 over with two to go Just a couple of bad swings and a couple of bad tee shots really that made it difficult to hit the greens Disappointed with that but obviously if you’d have told me before I teed off yesterday that I would be 4 under probably would have taken it” South Koreans Sun Young Yoo (69) and Sei Young Kim (72) were tied for third at 3 under “I’m very pleased” Yoo said “It wasn’t easy out there It was windy Tried to make par every hole Didn’t try too hard I think that worked really good” Michelle Wie was tied for 11th at 1 over after a 73 Lydia Ko missed the cut with rounds of 74 and 79 She has gone a full year without winning on the LPGA Tour “I missed like three 1-yard putts in a row” Ko said “I just couldn’t stroke the putt” She played her first 11 holes in 8 over Starting play on No 10 Ko bogeyed five of the first seven and made a double bogey on No 1 and a bogey on No 2 Her lone birdie came on No 8 “I think this is one of the windiest conditions I’ve played in” Ko said “Especially because it is so wide open from like 10 to 13 there’s no trees covering it and normally when I played the British Opens or even here a couple years ago there was rain and that kind of softens up everything It just makes it a touch easier than what it could be playing But I think today was probably one of the most difficult rounds I’ve played in my career and I think just physically mentally” The Ricoh Women’s British Open is next week at Kingsbarns For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vikram S Mehta | Updated: May 5 2014 9:49 am Related News It is a matter of confidence credibility and trust Whatever be the political hue of the next government and whoever its leader the challenge will be to reinvigorate investor confidence in the political stewardship of the economy restore the credibility of the executive and rebuild trust in the sanctity of policy and contracts Else the much-needed investment in infrastructure and manufacturing will not be forthcoming and the numbers of un- and underemployed will continue to mount The social consequences will most likely limit the new government to one term Corruption scandals have hogged the headlines but arguably the most damaging effect on investor sentiment over the past several years has been the activism of the tax authorities and the twists and turns in the interpretation of policies and contracts A fly on the wall of the board rooms of Vodafone Nokia Microsoft BP Shell Posco Tesco Walmart and many more would be struck by the paradoxical tenor of conversation The directors would be in agreement about the potential of the country All would accept that notwithstanding the slowdown in growth and the lacklustre leadership over the past three years the fundamentals remain intact and India remains on track to be an economic giant They would endorse the view that relative to opportunities elsewhere India is an attractive destination and that it would be imprudent to push it off their agenda That said they would collectively hesitate to put their signature on further new investments other than perhaps for amounts required to sustain existing activities They would substantiate their hesitation by allusions to the arbitrariness of the tax charges on MNCs the announcement by the BJP to reverse the UPA government’s policy on multi-brand retail the unilateral tightening of contractual conditions that assured petroleum companies market-related prices for gas and the right to market it freely the labyrinthine approval procedures that have bogged down major mining and power sector projects the reluctance of the bureaucracy to take decisions for fear of attracting a vigilance enquiry and the long lead times in judicial decisions The thread linking all such conversations would be the loss of confidence and trust in public institutions Cornell Professor Eswar Prasad’s wonderfully written book The Dollar Trap: How the US Dollar Tightened its Grip on Global Finance brings into sharp relief the positive impact that confidence and trust in public institutions has had on the direction of capital flows in our globalised and connected world And by implication the negative consequences of loss of confidence and trust Prasad writes that notwithstanding recurring bouts of financial crisis in America that should have led to an outflow of capital rising interest rates and a falling dollar US treasury securities and dollar denominated assets have continued to be a favourite haven for investors In September 2008 for instance following the collapse of Lehman Brothers US financial markets went into a downward spiral the credit markets froze and Dow Jones was on the skids Economic fundamentals suggested there would be a run on the dollar What happened was just the opposite There was a net inflow of half a trillion dollars into US treasury securities nearly all of it from private investors and the dollar rose in value against all other currencies In July 2011 the government came within a day of declaring a technical default on its debt The credit rating agency Standard and Poors did in fact downgrade US government debt from AAA to AA+ on August 2 There should have been a flight of capital away from dollar assets Instead there was an inflow of nearly $180 billion in August and September and again mostly from the private sector In December 2012 the economy once more headed towards a “fiscal cliff” The US Congress was at an impasse over the government’s borrowing limits Economists wondered whether this would push the dollar off its perch and deliberated on the extent of the spike in interest rates The dollar remained steady and the yield on US treasury bills continued to range around 2 per cent Prasad’s message is that economic logic and fundamentals are not the only determinants of capital flows There are “softer” factors with strong explanatory force Investors moved money into dollar assets even though they at times received a negative real return because they had confidence and trust in the fairness and transparency of US public institutions and because the dollar was the safest relative bet As he put it “if not the dollar what else” in a market roiled by volatility, the media reported. 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