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the modern bar sector?the celebrated drinks specialist and beverage consultantwho is based in Londonsays he is looking at India seriously To start withhes putting together the first edition of The India Bar Showa two-day event that aims to provide hoteliersbartenders and suppliers an opportunity to explore new tastes and techniques The show is open to connoisseursprofessionals and amateurs It will premiere in October this year at The Leela Kempinski Hotel in Gurgaon For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: April 25 2012 3:42 am Related News On a dismal daywhen the Chandigarh boys lost their respective matchesNandini Sharma and Nikita Bishnoi kept the Chandigarh flag high with respective wins in the girls’ U-14 and U-16 singles’ categories to move into the quarter-finals in the CLTA-AITA Super Series Tennis Tournament being played at CLTA on Tuesday While Nandini Sharma registered a 6-36-2 win over Aarushi Kakkar of Chandigarh to book her berth in the girls’ U-14 quartersNikita scored a 6-06-1 win over Aastha Dargude of Maharashtra in the U-16 category Playing a controlled gameSharma claimed the first set with a 6-3 margin before winning the second set with a 6-2 margin to stay alive in the girls’ U-14 category It was also easy going for Nikita Bishnoi as she won the first set easily with a 6-0 margin before claiming the second set with a6-1 margin to march ahead into the quarters It was all curtains for Chandigarh’s Param Pun as he lost 3-66-44-6 to Sunil Jagtani of West Bengal in the boys’ U-14 category Pun lost the first set with a 3-6 margin before claiming the second set with a 6-4 margin But Pun lost the steam in the final set and lost the set 4-6 In another match in the same categorySagar Bains of Chandigarh lost with a 6-26-3 to Jammu and Kashmir Sumit Pal Singh Yugneek stars in Satluj win Panchkula: Riding high on a fine half-century by Yugneek Kamdhela (53)hosts Satluj Public SchoolSector 4 scored a 43-run win over DPS Cricket Academy in a match of the Satluj Panchkula Premier League played on Tuesday Batting firstSatluj Public School posted a total of 187 for 6 in the allotted 25 overs Yugneek Kandhela played a knock of 53 runs while Jatin Sandhir made 33 runs Karamveer Brar contributed 31 runs In replyDPS Cricket AcademyChandigarh could only manage a total of 144 for 8 in 25 overs Nahar made 30 runs For the winning teamShivanshu Sharma claimed three wickets for 17 runs In the second match of the daySt Stephen’s SchoolChandigarh scored a nine-wicket win over Sports AcademySector 4Panchkula Brief scores: Satluj Public School : 187 for 6 in 25 overs (Yugneek Kandhela 53Jatin Sandhir 33Uday 2 for 43)DPS Cricket Academy : 144 for 8 in 25 overs (Nahar 30Shivanshu Sharma 3 for 17); Sports AcademySector 4Panchkula : 89 for 8 in 25 overs (Shubham 19Saurav 3 for 8)St Stephen’s SchoolSector 45Chandigarh : 91 for 1 in 92 overs (Akshay 48 noRahees no) For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: The Union home ministry has warned over 1900 non-government organisations (NGOs) of penal action for their failure to validate their foreign contribution designated bank accounts All eligible NGOs should receive donations from abroad in a single designated bank account according to the rules Voluntary organisations have to be registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act or FCRA to receive financial aid from abroad On 7 June the ministry asked 2025 NGOs to validate their accounts within the fortnight A file photo of Home Minister Rajnath Singh Reuters "It is however seen that a large number of associations have still not validated their foreign contribution designated bank accounts" the home ministry said this week in its notice to defaulting NGOs Asking NGOs to validate their bank accounts immediately the notice added "Please note that non-compliance may lead to penal action as per the FCRA rules" A total of 1927 NGOs have not yet verified their bank accounts according to the ministry In another order all NGOs receiving foreign grants have been asked to give audited statements of their accounts including income and expenditure statements with the government Such NGOs are mandated to give the details for every financial year beginning 1 April within nine months of closure of the financial year Over 20000 voluntary organisations are registered with the government for getting foreign aid The home ministry is mulling the future course of action against more than 10000 NGOs who have failed to give annual statements of their accounts A total of 18523 NGOs were in May 2017given a one-time opportunity to provide details of their income and expenses for five years —2010-11 to 2014-15 —by 14 June However only 8267 NGOs filed returns for all the five years The remaining 10256 NGOs have still not filed all the returns and may lose their registration official sources have said Mumbai: Human trafficking especially of children is a big menace for the society and the Maharashtra government has taken a slew of steps to deal with the issue Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Thursday said File image of Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis PTI The cases of child trafficking have come down drastically in the state where special cells have been set up in vulnerable districts to curb the menace he said "I must say that human trafficking especially of children is a big menace The Maharashtra government has acted strictly due to which the cases of child trafficking have come down drastically" he said Fadnavis was speaking at the inaugural session of a two-day international conference on women trafficking that began in Mumbai "The state government has constituted special cells in 12 vulnerable districts and set up special courts for speedy trial of trafficking cases The conviction rate in such cases is 50 per cent (in Maharashtra) which is very good compared to the other states of the country" he said The chief minister hailed the efforts of police in rescuing children from the clutches of traffickers Fadnavis who also holds the home portfolio said 10000 children have been freed by police under a special initiative called ‘Operation Muskan’ He appealed to the international community to come forward and forge an alliance to curb trafficking of women which has cross-border implications Over 300 delegates from 20 countries are attending the conference Addressing the delegates Fadnavis said "I would like to assure you all that whatever is the outcome of the conference whatever strategy you devise we will be a part of it and implement it" The Maharashtra State Commission for Women (MSCW) in partnership with an NGO the International Justice Mission India chapter has organised the seminar During the meet the speakers will deliberate on various aspects of the trade of humans and discuss strategies on preventing and combating it Reactions to India’s so-called “slowing” economy are flowing thick and fast Some are in mainstream broadsheets More often than not they are relying on and echo chamber of quotes in expert reports and more elaborate thinkers’ pieces online India Story going sour is the new fetish Blaming PM Moi’s economics is easier than bemoaning his politics For example "India’s economy in ‘downward spiral’ What did Modi get wrong is the headline of a CNNMoney story that’s popping up unfailingly on Google search results The story (also) quotes from an SBI Research report which said almost a month before the Government admission of a lull that the slowdown in not a near term crinkle – “We certainly believe that we are in a slowdown mode since September 2016 and a slowdown that has been prolonged to Q1 of this fiscal year is technically not short-term in nature or even transient” India was the fastest growing major economy in the world last year clocking 71 percent GDP growth during the first quarter Exactly the same time last year when Finance Minister Arun Jaitley was in Washington DC for the IMF Fall meetings he told Firstpost how a low interest low GDP rate world looks in awe at India Prime Minister Narendra Modi/ PIB Some of that still holds because the rest of the world’s GDP outlook on balance is still in the under-5s But the point of the latest “vigorous debate” as RBI Deputy Governor Viral Acharya describes the noise surrounding the “slowdown” is not about the numbers per se but the elephant that may be hidden within the stats Kaushik Basu former Chief Economist of the World Bank and Professor of Economics at Cornell University minces no words in his commentary for Project Syndicate “Not long ago India was a poster child for political stability and economic growth among emerging economies Though the country had a long way to go to eradicate poverty and extreme inequality when it came to steady GDP growth it was among the world’s strongest and most consistent performers Not anymore” Basu a former chief economic advisor of government of India who was appointed by Modi’s predecessor government compares the 57% number to neighbouring economies’ India he says is now tied with Pakistan and behind China Malaysia and the Philippines while Bangladesh is now growing at over 7% per annum The numbers quoted by Basu are from The Economist Former TRAI chairman Rahul Khullar says stand by for more “bad news” in his column "A hard rain’s gonna fall" for Business Standard: "We should brace ourselves for more bad news in the coming quarters – on economic output and growth strains on the fiscal deficit export slowdown small and micro enterprises in distress and further accumulation of NPAs in the banking sector We are in a bad place; but it looks like it is going to get worse I desperately hope that I am wrong but that’s what it looks like" Khullar was allowed to serve his full term at RAI by Moi and his bureaucrat wife Sindhushree became the first CEO of Niti Aayog when staff was transferred from its predecessor organisation the Planning Commission “How did we come to this pass First was the demonetization (DeMo) disaster It did not achieve any of the objectives announced by the Prime Minister and it wreaked economic havoc (Articles in this paper dated 7 and 26 December 2016 and 27 June 2017) DeMo led to the foreseeable collapse of economic activity Worst hit were construction the entire informal sector and of course agriculture The lagged effects have resulted in the continuing bad economic news” writes Khullar "The projection of real GVA growth for 2017-18 has been revised down to 67 per cent from the August 2017 projection of 73 per cent" RBI Governor Urjit Patel said GVA is different from GDP the measure typically used to show a country’s economic growth Put simply it is a measure of total output and income in the economy It provides the rupee value for the amount of goods and services produced in an economy after deducting the cost of inputs and raw materials that have gone into the production of those goods and services It also gives sector-specific picture like what is the growth in an area industry or sector of an economy GVA is indicative of how the GDP could move although not by the same amount Speaking at the World Economic Forum India Summit in New Delhi newly minted Railways Minister Piyush Goyal said the RBI should help “reignite stalled projects” “The stalled projects need funding and I think if we can get the support of RBI to help create a framework by which this stalled project can be restarted we would love to start them yesterday" he said Goyal was speaking on the sidelines of the India Economic Summit of the World Economic Forum (WEF) He did not elaborate however what help the government wants from the Reserve Bank of India On inflation YES bank Group President Shubhada Rao tells Bloomberg Markets “Four to four and a half is the band of inflation that we are looking at That’s why food disinflation becomes critical so the upside risk on inflation gets contained How inflation behaves over the next couple of months will determine that” Picking up from where Rao left off on food disinflation – onions are selling anywhere from Rs 40 to Rs 60 a kilo but it’s debatable whether high growth or low inflation wins votes in an election Same with no rate cut – “no political gains there although we are unhappy” say business leaders on background “Most likely his strategy will be to push for growth in 2018 before the next election cycle warms up His speech was agressive GST issues will be addressed next week” they say Prime Minister Modi is already past the half way mark after a historic electoral sweep in 2014 Onions for now are not more eye watering than the GST Related links: Future of jobs driving agenda converge of leaders at WEF IMF huddles Jaitley to speak on India’s tax reform at Harvard Univ Written by Dipanita Nath | Published: August 26 2017 1:54 am Sohail Hashmi Top News It is fitting that concert also means harmony On Sunday a citizen’s movement titled “Nafrat Ke Khilaaf Dilli Ki Awaaz” a part of the Not In My Name campaign against hate crimes will unfold via works of art from poetry to painting dance to Dastangoi Parks neighbourhoods community centres metro trains and platforms university campuses and workers’ colonies are set to turn into eclectic performance venues More than 100 performance pieces have been planned from early morning to late evening making Not In My Name one of the largest single cultural events to take place in Delhi Say No to Hatred Sunday’s initiative continues from a protest at Jantar Mantar in July in the wake of the lynching of 15-year-old Junaid who was stabbed to death on a Delhi-Mathura train in June “The fact is that one protest is not enough to address the climate of hatred that is taking root in our country Since many of us are artists our natural language is through performances We feel that culture can reach people in subliminal ways and bring them together” says Saba Dewan who is part of the core committee with fellow filmmakers Rahul Roy and Sanjay Kak United We Move One of the initiatives involves two groups of dancers who will travel by metro from the south of Delhi to the north on the yellow line and from the east to the west through the day “They are going to take 12 hours to make this journey and what we are looking at is about 40 stops when we come out of the metro station to a park mall crossroad roundabout or a marketplace to perform a dance We meet at Rajiv Chowk at 1 pm perform together and then continue our journeys” says Mandeep Raikhy a dancer and choreographer In the piece performers hold hands arms interlocked until “it becomes an interdependent structure that also begins to pull in viewers” Fouzia Dastango Big Guns Blazing Maya Krishna Rao Rabbi Shergill Navtej Johar and Madan Gopal Singh are among those who will headline stage shows in Jamia Nagar and Leisure Valley in Gurgaon Other addresses are a community hall at Turkman Gate and Madanpur Khadar where performances include M Syed Sahil Agha’s Dastan Tughlaq Nama Lokesh Jain’s play on Aamir Khusrau and Askari Naqvi’s Soz Khwaani that recalls the deaths in Karbala “When we quote statistics of death whether in Amarnath or in Delhi do we feel what death means What happens in a dead person’s home What happens to a mother whose child has died Soz Khwaani or the poems of Karbala from 1400 years back is about personal tragedies” says Naqvi Home Ground One of the emphasis is on people in small spaces such as neighbourhoods expressing their voices Performances will take place in localities such as Vasant Kunj RK Puram Dwarka Noida and Sheikh Sarai One of the shows is Fouzia Dastango’s Broadcast a dramatised and musical rendition of a collection of 28 short stories of Manto which is directed by Udayan Chakravarty and set to live music by Arman Dehelvi and Shivam Bhardwaj on instruments ranging from the didgeridoo to temple bells At Khirki which is home to several ethnicities and religions there is an art session for teenagers and a screening of Garam Hawa among others A candlelight vigil on Saturday will lead the way for a kavi sammelan and a mushaira in Mehrauli on Sunday M Syed Sahil Agha Revisit the Revolt Sohail Hashmi one of the best heritage walk leaders in Delhi will take a group through the history of the first war of Independence on Sunday morning “One basic thing about 1857 was that it very clearly establishes that till the mid 19th century there was no communal divide in the country For India Against Hate campaign we thought we would do this walk” he says The group will visit sites of the mutiny such as Flagstaff Tower Ajitgarh Nicholson Cemetery Kashmere Gate (which was the last major battle of Delhi) and St James Church The Day Before and After History Rewind The protest will arrive at JJ Colony in Bawana on Saturday Pankaj Srivastava and Mrityunjay’s poetry and music by Shephali Frost and the band Folka Dots are in the roster alongside Dastan Tughlaq Nama by M Syed Sahil Agha “My piece is about a king who was famous for his orders that appear to have an uncanny similarity with those passed by the current hukumat from laws on currency to food restrictions from making an expensive suit to instituting an anti- Romeo squad-like body called Jamaat E Ashikaana Let us hear these stories for those who forget history are doomed to repeat it” says Agha Askari Naqvi Campus Call Sunday being a holiday in education institutions the university chapter of the protest will be held on August 28 at a few Delhi University colleges Jindal University Ambedkar University and Ashoka University The timeline includes talks by students and members of the faculty poetry readings and songs with the thrust being on spontaneous participation Banajyotsana Lahiri who is in charge of the performances in universities says that student leaders would be present “but no one can come with banners” For more information log 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