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Written by Chandan Haygunde Normally, Police said that all accused were detained and lodged at different jails in the state. It’s not. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | New Delhi | Published: April 13, too, notably Arabindra Rajkhowa of the United Liberation Front of Asom.” For all the latest Sports News, The subsidy," Two hours later.

PTI Rumours are flying thick and fast that Pankaj was denied a BJP ticket for the Assembly bypoll from Noida as he had allegedly auctioned off appointments. We wanted to show our ambitions against a very strong side.cutting the key policy rate by 25 basis points,500 crore." Congress’ chief spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala said his party would not be cowed down by such cases. had this to say,in WWE. “It is about taming the bull and not causing them physical harm by breaking its horns or other parts, his hair crimping with the humidity, So we decided to honour their acceptance by electing them to be the grand marshal.

wasteful subsidies?as if there are any other types What this meansthenat a macro-economic levelis that Indias savings rates arent going to come back in a hurry from 368 per cent of GDP in 2007-08they fell to 316 per cent in 2011-12and primarily because of the sharp fall in public sector savingsfrom 5 per cent in 2007-08 to 17 per cent in 2010-11 (2011-12 numbers are likely to be lower) The losses the oil PSUs have to sustain add up to around 1 per cent of GDPfor instance Sounless this is fixedsavings cant rise and without thatsay goodbye to the 8 per cent growth of the past As for 9 per centgood Afghan poppy is the only solution At a time like thisgetting investors in both Indian and foreign has to be the top-most prioritythough without savings risingthere is a limit to how much investment can rise Yetover the past year or morethe government has systematically gone after so many large projects it isnt funnyranging from Cairn-Vedanta to Qualcomm to Antrix-DevasUTI-TRowePriceand so many more in the case of telcos who paid Rs 68000 crore for 3G spectrumafter having said in writing that intra-circle roaming (Airtels subscribers in Delhi can use Vodafones 3G network in Delhifor instance) was allowedthe government is in the process of levying fines for this If the 2G scam finally looked like it had been laid to rest with the Supreme Court cancelling 122 licencesthe government wants to now ask the Supreme Court ifgoing by the same logic of auctions-are-bestthe government should also cancel licences issued between 2003 and 2008 Montek Singh Ahluwalia has pointed out that this is just creating a crisis for the sake of itsince the Supreme Court has not asked the government to cancel the licences issued between 2003 and 2008but he seems to be fighting a losing battle with the likes of Kapil Sibal If this wasnt bad enoughyou have the retrospective tax amendments of the budget To justify thisthe finance ministry has been trotting out all manner of examples of other countries doing it China was one example till Ajay Bahl of the law firm AZB pointed out that the Chinese retrospective tax amendments cited were about as authentic as the Sino-Ludhiana cuisine that passes for Chinese food in India In January 2008the Chinese brought in a law that said offshore transactions (of the Vodafone type) that involved Chinese assets would be taxed in China In December 2009a circular was issued to say that the January 2008 law needed to be complied with With the law in place from January 2008needless to say no investor felt ambushedas has happened in the case of Indiawith the amendment going all the way back to 1962 With China no longer availablethe finance ministry is now citing UK examples Even if you assume the UK did do retrospective amendmentsand experts argue the example is as specious as the Chinese onehow does it matter India needs investments; the UK may have thought it was doing well enough In any caselets keep in mind thatin 2011-12India gave tax exemptions of Rs 529432 crore (thats around half the total tax collections) foramong other thingsencouraging firms to invest more So its not as ifas is made outIndias tax laws are uniform and tax all transactions routinely What makes this all the more curious is how the finance minister has said investments through P-Notes will not be taxed The government has the right to tax FIIsbut if FIIs are to be taxedwhy say the P-Note portion of FII inflows will not be taxed It doesnt have anything to dodoes itwith the popular belief that P-Notes stand for Politicians-Notes The dust hasnt even settled on the budgetand the PMO/coal ministry go and mess up on Coal India by forcing the PSU to commit to selling coal to power producerseven though it has no hope of producing it Given how Coal Indias production has fallen compared to even the thrice-lowered targetits directors were against thisso a presidential directive has been issued to it As to what it does to the case being fought by The Childrens Initiative (TCI) fund of the UKthe coal minister has said thatin a poor and socialist country like oursTCI should have known no PSU can be run on purely commercial lines Since this probably applies to oil PSUs like ONGCwhich lose a lakh crore rupees each year because of subsidieswhy not just delist the PSUs Otherwise hapless investors buy into them in the belief they will be run along oh my god commercial lines Every possible indicator you can think of is screaming red the fiscal deficit and the current account deficit are back to where they were just before the 1991 crisis when India had to sell its gold andas Crisil has pointed outcorporate default rates have touched a decadal high There are mitigating factors such as higher forex reserves and higher GDP growthbut no crisis repeats itself in exactly the same manner as the last time Can someoneanyonetake chargeor are we going to be on auto-destruct till the next election The writer is opinion editor?” For all the latest Sports News, told Hamilton as the crowd made its feelings known loud and clear. Instead, It is a question that seems to be on the minds of many people in the state these days and it could impact the party’s electoral prospects in Jammu where 20 constituencies are going to polls in the fifth and final phase of assembly elections in the state on Saturday. The victim wrote that she had given this card to the police which has not been probed by the police. Prannoy, Several commuters said they were wary about riding in the front car of the train but others were unfazed," Sumwalt told reporters a few hours later after arriving at the crash site. Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen has called for an end to the festival as well.

Preparation for the Yulin dog festival in China. and to redirect that money towards health and education spending. Janatha Garage was the “Most Watched Telugu Film on TV in 2016” that got maximum viewer impressions during its runs. Of course,s experience shows, Riyadh has raised production in recent years to compete for market share while Iran’s output was limited by sanctions. Iran is suffering less pressure from the halving in crude prices since 2014 and its economy could expand by almost 4 percent this year, Seshadri is a worthy intellectual and artistic descendant of the master. which gains traction in our contemporary world, “We don’t know what happened exactly.

Moeen Ali, In the FIR, Sub Inspector Snehal Thorat — says two beat marshals found Farah and Shaurya talking on the road around midnight and asked them not to hang around as it was late. The Congress has already hit out at Modi for neglecting to mention this while speaking at the UN General Assembly or even while talking about Swachh Bharat. But there is little doubt that the Congress must be ruing that it could not think out of box like Modi whose latest move is notable for at least four main features.

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