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SBOA, Tripura reached 10-0 in three overs with BB Ghosh (1) and UU Bose (0) at the crease at the draw of stumps.

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Instead in the present case, — Emirates airline (@emirates) August 3, could go up to 45 million, Unlike most European terminals.but she fits in perfectly with the Hollywood crowd and I’d love her to become one of us!” she added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Updated: May 27 2017 2:35 pm Rajinikanth will start shooting for Kaala soon Related News Superstar Rajinikanth will start shooting for his upcoming film Kaala from Sunday The film which is directed by Pa Ranjith is said to be his last film too Speculations are rife that the Thalaivar will hang up his boots for good after completing the gangster drama During his five-day meet with his fans in Chennai earlier this month Rajinikanth cleared air about his political aspirations In no uncertain terms he told his fans to be “prepared for the war” saying he will seek out them when the time is right He made a few other explosive remarks during the course of the event which suggested that his much-awaited political plunge is just a matter of time Rajinikanth is expected to become politically very active during the Tamil Nadu state elections which is due in 2019 While the BJP has shown eagerness to draw him into its fold the actor is more likely to float an individual party of his own Rajinikanth’s biggest ever hint about his political entry has drawn mixed reactions in Tamil Nadu Some pro-Tamil outfits termed him as “Kannadiga” and have objected to the idea of him becoming the chief minister of the state and even set his effigies on fire in Chennai In retaliation his fans in Madurai burnt the effigies of the opposers Taking an exception to the incident Rajinikanth put his fans on notice warning them of the expulsion from his fan club He said the members who engage in actions that could bring disrepute to his fan association will be expelled by chief coordinator V M Sudhakar Read |Kamal Haasan on Rajinikanth’s entry into politics: No one should enter politics A significant announcement is expected in the coming days from the official channels of Rajinikanth The actor meanwhile is awaiting the release of his sci-fi movie 20 which is in the post-production stage He will start shooting for his 164th film Kaala from Sunday A big set replicating Mumbai’s Dharavi has been reportedly erected in Chennai where the majority of the shooting will take place The film revolves around a Tamil don living in Mumbai who is a native of Thirunelveli He plays the protector of the weak and the destroyer of the evil and hence the film title Kaala which means Yama the Lord of Death The film which is bankrolled by Dhanush’s Wunderbar Films will be made in Tamil Telugu and Hindi Kollywood Buzz : #Kaala will be the last movie of @superstarrajini sirHe is all set to float an individual party in not more than 5 months — Prashanth Rangaswamy (@itisprashanth) May 27 2017 Actor-director Samuthirakani is also said to be playing an important role Marathi actress Anjali Patil has already confirmed that she is part of the project While the filmmakers are officially expected to make the announcement of the full cast and crew on Sunday For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: March 3 2017 4:42 am Top News Tired of waiting in queues and doing rounds of transport offices to get your driving licence or a copy of your documents This laborious exercise is soon going to be a thing of the past as the transport department is set to begin 10 services online said sources in the government The services include getting driving test dates application for test payment of fees and taxes to the transport department transfer of vehicles applying for duplicate RCs change of address in documents and other services related to vehicle registration etc “There are times when people have to make rounds to get a simple thing like a learners’ licence or getting their address changed in documents This is an attempt to change this and make things simple with every service being provided online” said a government source Sources said while payment online will be made through SBI application transfer of vehicle will also become online and thus easier To get NoCs for vehicles moving outside Delhi application could be processed online Besides sources said the department is planning to go paperless and are talking to central government on the issue as it would require changes in the Motors Vehicles Act While there was a provision to apply for a license online earlier the entire applicaiton has been redeveloped as was not working well The option of e-payment has also been added to the app Further a new software for getting driving licence through Sarthi is being introduced in place of the DIMTS software which is used currently For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Rana Kapoor | Updated: January 29 2016 5:13 am File photo of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Related News India’s domestic macroeconomic situation has improved significantly over the past two years but the banking sector has continued to face challenges due to the lack of any meaningful recovery in asset quality capital constraints and sluggish profitability However I firmly believe that with support from the policy and regulatory environment 2016 will be the inflexion year for the banking and finance sector especially as corporate sector balance sheets improve Revitalising public sector banks (PSBs) has been a key focus area for policymakers The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the Central government have put in place key enabling measures in the Indradhanush scheme and are working in unison for the expeditious resolution of distressed assets improving the overall operational efficiency and ensuring that banks have adequate capital (within the budget constraints) for growth and expansion India’s transition from a state saddled with a crisis of confidence in 2013 to being the bright spot in 2015 is not by chance but by design Going forward the upcoming budget session of Parliament will be very important for creating short- and medium-term wins There is a need to boost savings in the economy in order to enhance the inherent economic strength of the financial sector It will be worthwhile to adopt the Gear (growth efficiency attractiveness reach) approach to augment the savings rate First enhance growth to increase per capita incomes It will be important to increase disposable incomes by raising the personal income tax exemption slab to Rs 5 lakh This could be a one-time correction and the slab could thereafter be linked to inflation and reviewed every three years Two focus on improving the efficiency in financial transactions The use of plastic currency and e-transactions (via the internet and mobile phone) will not only improve the ease of transactions but also enhance the saving propensity among citizens Every 1 per cent reduction in the currency in circulation is likely to add 04 per cent to the savings rate This could also help in curbing the flow of black money Three make financial savings attractive by providing tax incentives For instance the tax exemption limits under Section 80C could be doubled to Rs 3 lakh This will deepen the mutual fund and equity markets Similarly there’s a need to increase inflation-adjusted post-tax returns for bank deposits by reducing the lock-in period eligible for tax rebate to one year from five years Other me-asures could be to enhance the threshold for mandatory tax deduction at source (TDS) on interest income to Rs 50000 a year from the current level of Rs 10000 It will also be useful to roll back TDS on recurring deposits to encourage wider adoption as this is a product that promotes the habit of regular saving Further just like the other pension products like the EPF and PPF even the National Pension Scheme should enjoy “EEE” (exempt exempt exempt) tax status Four expand the financial reach The government could consider converting India Post into the postal bank of India a full-fledged payments and savings bank to leverage its rural penetration for greater financial inclusion Apart from boosting savings India’s top priorities this year should include the passage of the GST bill further rationalising direct taxes tax sops for start-ups and the introduction of key structural reforms in terms of real estate labour and micro small and medium enterprises The farm sector too needs significant focus on irrigation and technological support The bankruptcy bill will also turn out to be a gamechanger for spurring economic activity and confidence The advent of the JAM (Jan Dhan Aadhar Mobile numbers) trinity is a silent revolution that will transform India in the coming years While the Jan Dhan Yojana will further the objective of financial inclusion the Aadhaar platform will furnish the much-needed basic digital intelligence and mobile phones will leverage this through innovative payment systems such as Immediate Payment Service or IMPS Micro measures will help but the banking and finance sector also needs the next generation of reforms to enable it to finance India’s aspiration of 9-10 per cent GDP growth on a sustainable basis I am hopeful that economic clairvoyance will triumph over political myopia in 2016 The writer is MD & CEO Yes Bank and chairman Yes Institute For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sanjaya Baru | Published: July 31 2014 12:32 am The US must address Indian concerns that it may abandon the WTO and pursue a trade agenda inimical to India once it gets the trade facilitation deal through Source: Reuters Related News …isn’t India It is miscast in the role of spoiler Aside from war and migration observed the Nobel prize winning economist Thomas C Schelling “trade is what most of international relations are about For that reason trade policy is national security policy” One of the few economists to take any serious academic interest in national security issues and known for his analysis of nuclear deterrence from a game theoretic perspective Schelling made these observations in 1971 to a United States Congressional Commission on “National Security Considerations Affecting Trade Policy” While economists like to believe that trade policy is defined by rational calculus the wielders of power and policy have always known that trade policy is integral to a nation’s strategic policy The transatlantic powers created a post-war trading regime under the auspices of the General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs (GATT) designed to serve their geoeconomic interests This was sought to be democratised though only partially with the World Trade Organisation (WTO) creating not just a “rules-based” trading system but also a disciplinary mechanism to enforce those rules India correctly took the view that it had a “strategic stake” in such a multilateral rules-based system and successive governments have worked hard with the West through the WTO The current impasse in the WTO has in fact been created by the dilution of Western commitment to that regime and not by developing-country intransigence much less India’s In the current stand-off on India’s stance on its food security policy Western powers are pretending as if they are the upholders of fair play and India the spoiler The fact is that major trading powers have never shied away from being spoilers in multilateral trade talks whenever it has suited their national interest It should be recalled that the US and EU have readily deployed non-economic weapons to threaten their trade partners whenever their economic interests have been threatened When Japan emerged as a competitive global exporter building a huge trade surplus vis-à-vis the transatlantic economies the US deployed domestic laws Special and Super 301 to get Japan to adopt “voluntary export restraints” (VERs) The EU “single market” was created in the early 1990s as a conscious response to Japan’s rise Hence it would be churlish for the West to criticise the Indian government for giving primacy to domestic politics in external trade negotiations The real threat to the WTO-based multilateral trading system has come in recent months from the US initiative to enter into WTO-plus plurilateral agreements namely the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) While a plethora of such agreements around the world has virtually sidelined the WTO the TPP/ TTIP challenge is the biggest threat so far to a rules-based development-oriented multilateralism This assessment came through clearly at a recent conference on “Trade and Flag: Changing Balance of Power in the Multilateral Trading System” organised by the Geoeconomics and Strategy Programme of the International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS) The TPP and the TTIP have been cooked up as a “geoeconomic” response to China’s emergence as a “mega-trader” while being touted as defining a new “gold standard” for international trade While Japan has reluctantly joined the TPP most major emerging economies especially the BRICS economies — Brazil Russia India China and South Africa — remain outside TPP-TTIP It is against this larger “Great Game” in global trade that one must view India’s current stance True the shadow of domestic politics and public concern about food inflation and food security loom large over the Narendra Modi government’s stance which is but a continuation of the view taken by the Manmohan Singh government However it is also clear that this is not the only factor shaping Indian official thinking on trade policy There seems to be an assessment that the transatlantic powers are digging their heels in on market access trade liberalisation and weakening the WTO’s “rules-based” trading system Perhaps India is not the target of their actions and China is But India would suffer collateral damage and so far the US has not provided any assurance that India would not be a victim of the unintended consequences of a US-China trade war Differences over trade come against the background of several other differences that have dogged US-India relations during the tenure of President Barrack Obama These issues ought to be ironed out when US Secretary of State John Kerry meets India’s new political leadership Regrettably Kerry’s remarks on WTO and India on the eve of his arrival in New Delhi are not particularly helpful He said on Tuesday “India must decide where it fits in the global trading system Its commitment to a rules-based trading order and its willingness to fulfil its obligation will be a key indication” It could well be argued that the US too must come clean on its commitment to a “rules-based” system that is fair to developing economies The impasse in Geneva will get sorted out when Washington DC’s intentions behind TPP/ TTIP are better explained and the US wins the confidence of developing countries The US must address Indian concerns that it may abandon the WTO and pursue a trade agenda inimical to India once it gets the trade facilitation deal through For its part India must reform its food security system and its agricultural economy as a whole and ensure they are WTO-compatible For now however the US and India must resist quarrelling on this issue and revive their relationship What can perhaps change the game and revive trust between India and the US is a revival of the larger strategic engagement between the two democracies that was initiated by US Presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush Obama has not been able to retain that trust with India Prime Minister Modi has made a new beginning It remains to be seen whether Kerry is able to win back New Delhi’s trust and affection restoring balance to a wayward relationship The writer is director for geoeconomics and strategy International Institute for Strategic Studies and honorary senior fellow Centre for Policy Research New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News According to information, chasing 273. 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