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I realised that all the things I’d heard about the drugs and the partying were a lie, the Mirror quoted him as telling Radaronlinecom “I meanshe knows I’m Christian and there are certain things I don’t agree with Maybe she was afraid that I would look at their relationship in the wrong way But that’s not for me to judge If my daughter’s healthy and happy and in a good relationshipI’m happy for her? “We are positive that Uwe Hohn will come to India to coach the javelin team.000 security personnel to stop the non-existent VHP yatra but failed to recognise the need to provide adequate forces to the region that has been witnessing continued tension and violence. Things came to such a pass that we told boys who were with us to not venture out of the campus without reason. It is clear that the Maoists are trying to reorganise their movement in Bengal before the Panchayat elections.including peons and drivers. “I think the IFFA gag was in bad taste and people are right in condemning it. Now if Ranveer and I are in this film, had 22 cases against him lodged in different police stations of Allahabad and Ambedkar Nagar districts of UP.

“Bangistan Now Releases On 7th August”. The Squash Rackets Federation of India (SRFI) made a proposal in this regard which had been accepted by the SAI, which will benefit consumers, This is why our show is loved by people, Pankaj Singh not out 7, with its 11 members in Parliament, The Article is responsible for keeping the settled issue of Jammu and Kashmir alive,motivated and encourages the separatists and external forces to interfere in the internal matters of India and challenge the integrity of the country he added He said that Article 370 has led to increasing alienation of the people of the Valley from India and in taking them away from the national mainstream The Kashmiri leadership for its own vested political interests always indulged in a competitive game to exploit the people in the name of Article 370 he alleged The BJP spokesperson said that in spite of large scale funding from the Government of India Jammu and Kashmir has not been able to develop its own sustainable economy and has remained underdeveloped and backward in many fields Industrialists and business houses from outside hesitate to open ventures in the state and as a result it is facing the crisis of unemployment and migration of skilled and talented youth to the rest of the country he added "Academicians and experts from the rest of the country are discouraged because of the Article to contribute in the educational growth of the state" he claimed Gupta alleged that Article 370 is also responsible for widening the mistrust and alienation between the people of the Valley and those of Jammu and Ladakh regions He called upon the people of Jammu and Kashmir to also look into the utility of Article 35A claiming it was "most discriminatory" and differentiated between men and women with regard to their rights as citizen of the state The BJP is a part of the ruling alliance in Jammu and Kashmir where it has partnered the PDP Written by Jahangir Aziz | Published: December 17 2015 12:05 am We need fiscal policy to boost consumption The out-of-pocket expenses on health and education for Indian households are exorbitantly high driving a significant part of the high household savings (Reuters) Top News Emerging market (EM) economies will deliver in 2015 their lowest growth rate since the crisis of 2009 and Asia its lowest since 2001 More importantly this will occur when developed market (DM) growth has recovered from an average of -03 per cent over 2008-10 to 17 per cent over 2011-15 with the UK and US in the sixth year of expansion In contrast to this two percentage pointincrease growth in EMs has fallen three percentage points So it isn’t that DM economies haven’t recovered they have It is just that EMs can no longer depend on the generosity of strangers — DM imports — to drive their economies This decoupling is reflected in the stagnation in global trade since 2011 Manufacturing export — the pride of Asia — has been slowing every quarter for the last four years The venerated Asian supply chain that linked the region to the world via China lies broken The reason for this stagnation isn’t clear but it is likely to be a combination of the shift in DM consumption towards services as its population ages weak investment in DMs with the sharp decline in productivity growth after the crisis and the policy-driven rebalancing in China which is not only slowing down the economy but is also making it less resource-intensive This stagnation in global trade has fractured EM Asia’s export-led growth model And the story in India is much the same In the golden years of 2003-08 when growth in India averaged almost 9 per cent much of it was driven by corporate investment which tripled from 6 per cent of the GDP to 18 per cent Who consumed most of the goods produced by the increased investment Not residents as domestic consumption fell from 61 per cent of the GDP to 58 per cent Instead much of the newly created capacity was absorbed by foreigners with exports surging from 15 per cent of the GDP to 24 per cent With foreign demand accounting for more than 50 per cent of India’s manufacturing in the pre-crisis year the relentless decline in exports since 2011 has more than anything else driven the weak industrial growth and languishing corporate investment Sadly the stagnation in global trade and the high likelihood that none of the underlying factors are likely to reverse hasn’t pushed EMs to look for new engines of growth Instead policies and reforms are still shaped by the hope that export growth will return Policy support has focused on monetary easing as if the growth slowdown is temporary and the limited reforms undertaken have largely been aimed at easing supply constraints and further expanding manufacturing in most countries barring China But not every EM can be only raising investment Somebody has to raise consumption as the traditional consumers of EM manufacturing — DM households and corporations — are no longer obliging So it is with India For sure cheaper funding easier land acquisition less cumbersome regulations better infrastructure and more flexible labour laws will help But that’s not holding back investment By now it should be obvious that it is the absence of demand To get out of this morass one of two things needs to happen: Either corporations reorient their product lines to serve what the ageing DM (and Chinese) households want; or policies reforms and infrastructure need to be redesigned to boost domestic consumption compensating for the loss of exports Shifting the focus of policies reforms and infrastructure to support domestic consumption is easier said than done In fact it is almost heresy For decades India’s policy framework has focused on increasing savings and investment Consumption-driven growth is still derided for being low quality and dangerous for macroeconomic stability Many will argue that we tried this in 2008-09 with disastrous results in 2013 I will argue that that was because we used the wrong instruments and kept using them way past their shelf life over 2010-12 In terms of macroeconomic policies there isn’t much exchange rates can do given that all EMs are in the same boat and a devaluation by one country will be followed by others negating the impact Monetary easing has been tried with limited success At best policy rates can be anchored to a lower real interest rate reflecting lower medium-term growth Fiscal policy has a big role to play There is no doubt India needs more infrastructure but ramping up public investment to “pull in” corporate investment doesn’t work when there is a shortage of demand Public investment was increased this year but corporations shrugged it off Instead we need fiscal policy to boost consumption Obviously cutting income tax will help but given the narrow tax base it is unwise A low-rated goods and services tax would have helped but that seems to be tangled in political gridlock But there are other ways fiscal policy can help The out-of-pocket expenses on health and education for Indian households are exorbitantly high driving a significant part of the high household savings Making public health and education more accessible and reliable will provide the needed assurance to lower savings Obviously this requires much more budgetary spending raising the fiscal deficit But any rise can be limited by accelerating privatisation or lowering other capital expenditures Clearly reforms have a big role to play and they span from capital markets to insurance For example strange as it may sound health insurance products in India limit the liability of insurance companies This reduces the risks of insurance companies but raises that of households forcing them to increase precautionary savings Instead regulations should be changed to limit households’ out-of-pocket expenses and make the insurance companies bear the residual risk This would not only improve risk-sharing but also help to bring down savings Even the design of infrastructure matters For example if consumption and not exports is going to drive future growth infrastructure investment needs to focus more on highway systems that connect the interior of the country not just the metropolitans and much less on ports In any event the government needs to articulate a policy and reform agenda that reflects the realities of 2016 So far we seem to be stuck addressing problems of 2013 The writer is chief Asia economist JP Morgan Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 11 2017 8:43 pm Brand PeeCee is so much more today than just a Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra is also a singer and a producer Related News There is no stopping Priyanka Chopra when it comes to success and writing about her The girl started without a godfather in Bollywood had faced days when she was rejected from a film because of nepotism but despite facing all kinds of barriers she is now one of the leading ladies of Bollywood who is now also leading in the West From Golden Globes to Oscar the actor is practically everywhere She was the first Indian actor to grab a leading role in an American television series Throughout her career span in Bollywood Priyanka Chopra has proved that she can pull off any act Be it as a dutiful wife in Bajirao Mastani a seductress in Goliyon Ki Raas Leela Ram Leela or a cop in Jai Gangajaal and recently a villain in her Hollywood debut Baywatch she can do it all Brand PeeCee is so much more today than just a Bollywood star Padma Shri Priyanka Chopra is also a songwriter and singer who’s recorded songs with WillIAm and Pitbull she even turned into a producer It wouldn’t be completely wrong to say that Miss World 2000 has taken over the world by a storm Priyanka Chopra is also a multi tasker She shuttled between countries to simultaneously film for Quantico in US and Bajirao Mastani and Jai Gangajal in India Even during her short trips to India she manages to earn as much as Rs 100 crore since she shoots for various advertisements The girl hardly takes rest no wonder she has reached the epitome of success Pinga| Full Video Song | Bajirao Mastani Ram Chahe Leela – Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-leela ft Priyanka Chopra Asalaam-e-Ishqum | Gunday | Ranveer Singh | Arjun Kapoor | Priyanka Chopra You Get Me Rockin & Reeling [Full Song] Billu Dostana – Desi Girl Video | Priyanka Chopra Priyanka Chopra – In My City ft william Priyanka Chopra – Thamizhan – Ullathai Killathe Preminchaa Full Video Song | Thoofan |Ram CharanPriyanka Chopra | Telugu Songs We sincerely hope she makes us more proud For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sahoo | Mumbai | Published: July 3 2017 4:24 am This year 284 lakh engineering aspirants applied for the state Common Entrance Test for admissions to engineering colleges but only 119 lakh actually took the exam (Representational Image) Top News OVER 30000 seats in engineering colleges across the state have been slashed in the past two years hinting at a significant drop in demand for engineering courses While last year around 17000 seats were reduced this year the total seat count has been brought down by another 13000 This year 284 lakh engineering aspirants applied for the state Common Entrance Test for admissions to engineering colleges but only 119 lakh actually took the exam They are now eligible for admission to around 131 lakh seats in colleges across Maharashtra Last year the total seat count was 144 lakh of which over 44 per cent found no takers — yet another indicator of the dipping demand This year five engineering colleges in the state were granted permission to close operation by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Amit Dutta Director Western region AICTE said “We grant permission for staggered closure The students already admitted will be allowed to complete their course but no new admission will be allowed” Dutta said that the dip in enrolment and seats was an indicator of self-regulation of colleges “In the past two decades owing to demand for engineers technical colleges mushroomed across the state Some of them did not have basic infrastructure and teachers and were producing substandard or unemployable engineers But today students are smart and they only choose good colleges forcing the rest to shut down” said Dutta In 2014 the state government had commissioned an analysis of the drop in demand GD Yadav Vice Chancellor of the Institute of Chemical Technology Mumbai then presented a report suggesting “an appropriate criteria to reduce the intake and closure of some of the programmes including mergers of branches with fancy nomenclature into mainstream” “The report was almost prophetic The AICTE adopted the measures suggested and allowed colleges to close down Colleges with good infrastructure and teachers have remained unaffected by the drop in demand” said Yadav Some experts said the nation-wide job cuts in Information Technology (IT) sector will further affect the enrolment this year With the global technology industry moving towards automation machine learning and robotics demand for coders and software maintenance has dropped leading to job cuts across the country “Given the fear of job-cuts in the IT sector there is a possibility of students not choosing courses in Computer Sciences and IT The picture will be clear once the entire admission process is complete” said Dayanand Meshram joint director of the state Directorate of Technical Education which conducts the admission process However academicians said that upskilling was the way forward “Given the focus on automation we need to improve the skill of students in robotics machine learning and data analytics These should be taught to students at high-school levels” said Yadav Dutta also said that colleges must focus on encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: September 12 2017 6:30 pm Denis Shapovalov will lead Canada’s singles campaign against India (Source: Reuters) Related News Davis Cup captain Mahesh Bhupathi believes the current Canadian team is far superior than the Czech Republic team that beat India 4-1 in New Delhi in play-offs 2015 The Canadians with upcoming star Denis Shapovalov in the squad are strong favourites to win the tie in Edmonton which begins on Friday This will be India’s fourth consecutive attempt at climbing into the World Group having lost to Serbia Czech Republic and Spain in the three years The Indian side spent a week in New York after the US Open in order to prepare for the tie having dominated the Asia/Oceania Zone “Canada is a quality team but of course we are here because we earned the chance to play them I personally think they are a stronger team than the Czechs when they came to India” said Bhupathi to PTI The Canadian squad will be spearheaded byWorld number 51 Shapovalov who reached the US Open fourth round Vasek Pospisil (82) along with seasoned Daniel Nestor (43 in doubles) and Brayden Schnur (202) for the play-off tie Shapovalov was one of the candidates to lift the trophy at the US Open after an injury plagued tour left the bottom half of the draw without any star names He reached the fourth round at Flushing Meadows as a qualifier just weeks after beating Rafael Nadal in Montreal Bhupathi said the camp at the University of Columbia has helped the team to prepare better for the indoor tie on hard courts? 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