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It turns out, smiles the singer, 2009 1:46 am Top News A couple in Haripur village, 2013 4:24 pm Related News Bollywood mega star Amitabh Bachchan has said that he wants to be a journalist in his next life for the freedom of expression that scribes enjoy. You won’t believe how easy it is to style your hair yourself at home with the right tools like blow dryers,” Can there be only one true love in a lifetime? As the layers vibrate, The EC had used provisions of the existing legal framework in the past to end violent acts like booth capturing. the EC has countermanded three assembly elections in Tamil Nadu — in the R. president of Chamber of Commerce and Industry while addressing a largely attended meeting of local traders.

state Congress vice-president and former health minister Sham Lal Sharma slammed the BJP for selling out the cause of Jammu to stay in power in coalition with the PDP. Sharma said they have no objection to Valley and Ladakh also getting an AIIMS each but Jammu shall not be deprived of the one specifically announced for it by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in his budget The traders’ group also slammed the state government for its budget and questioned the BJP’s silence over the setting up of a toll plaza on Jammu-Udhampur highway near Nagrota For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: March 30 2016 12:02 pm JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar Related News Facing criticism for his remarks suggesting that there was a difference between the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and the 2002 Gujarat riots JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar was forced to clarify his stand now saying: “both 1984 and 2002 were indeed state led pogroms for which justice is still awaited” Kanhaiya during a panel discussion on “Voices of Azaadi” at the “Jashne-e-azaadi” festival said: “there’s a difference between Emergency and fascism During Emergency goons of only one party were engaged into goondaism in this (fascism) entire state machinery is resorting to goondaism There is a difference between riots of 2002 and 1984 Sikh riots Share This Article Related Article A day later his colleagues in the Left movement refused to back his remarks saying one must not draw comparisons between the two events “Why should a left leader try to defend the Congress government’s role in the anti-Sikh riots something that even Rahul Gandhi and his party cannot defend” AISA president Sucheta De said Also read: ‘Sorry Kanhaiya can’t agree’ Shehla Rashid also of AISA chose to steer clear of Kanhaiya’s remarks saying that while she wasn’t present at the event where the remarks were made “both 1984 and 2002 were acts of state sponsored violence and we must not draw contrasts between two human tragedies” This is what Kanhaiya had to say: I have been misinterpreted and misrepresented yet again There isn’t an iota of doubt that Emergency represents one of the darkest periods of Indian democracy My organization AISF strongly opposed and fought against the state repression during Emergency Both 1984 and 2002 were indeed state led pogroms for which justice is still awaited The current central government is relentlessly carrying forward its fascist agenda using state power as visible in the recent authoritarian actions against students and all voices of dissent across the country What we now witness is unprecedented – a form of undeclared emergency For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsThe 25th Belvedere College Annual Sleep-Out and Fast will take place on 22-24 December outside the Bank of Ireland College Green Dublin 2 and at the GPO O’Connell Street Dublin 1 First established in 1985 the ‘Sleep-Out’ involves past and present pupils and teachers sleeping on the streets to raise awareness of the problem of homelessness and raise funds for a number of charities including the Peter McVerry Trust Focus Ireland and Home Again Society Last Christmas the ‘Annual Sleep-Out and Fast’ raised 139000 and since the Sleep-Out first began they have raised one million euro “Although students of the Sleep-Out will experience only a fraction of the suffering of Dublin’s homeless with the help of the public we hope to be able to raise enough money to supply the basic human rights to these people” says Manus Carlisle a 6th year studentWritten by Sanjiv Misra | Published: December 23 2016 12:02 am The economic crisis of 2008 and the collapse of the “Washington Consensus” provided to the Chinese leadership a vindication of its model of economic development (Representational image) Top News The spectacular growth of China’s economic and military power generated ripples of anxiety across the world necessitating statements from the Chinese leadership affirming the country’s commitment to a peaceful path of development While some recent Chinese actions particularly those concerning the South China Sea territorial dispute as well as the country’s aggressive drive to expand its sphere of strategic and economic influence do not allay the fears about China’s stance the narrative on China has also shifted There are growing anxieties about the sustainability of the Chinese development model and fears of a precipitous economic decline that would almost certainly push an already enfeebled world economy into a recession The economic crisis of 2008 and the collapse of the “Washington Consensus” provided to the Chinese leadership a vindication of its model of economic development This model relied majorly on state intervention and oversight in the management of the economy to avoid the cycles of high unemployment and low growth that western capitalism seemed to be periodically afflicted with But the 2008 global crisis sharply underscored the fact that the investment and export-led growth model which China had so successfully followed would yield diminishing returns in the future The Chinese economy therefore needed to be significantly restructured or “rebalanced” towards domestic consumption and services for sustainable future growth While the Chinese leadership has been cognisant of the immensity of the task of restructuring a giant economy they have also been daunted by the economic disruption and pain this would entail Soon after taking over as president Xi Jinping had declared his commitment to comprehensive economic reform and a “decisive role” for the markets to rebalance the economy However growth has continued to be driven by debt-financed investment — the debt to GDP ratio has risen from around 150 per cent before 2008 to over 250 per cent currently making China the highest leveraged large economy in the world Data released by the Bank for International Settlements reveal that Chinese companies are saddled with debts of $18 trillion (around 170 per cent of the country’s GDP) loaned mainly from state-owned banks Although officially only two per cent of the loans are non-performing the IMF’s estimates that around 15 per cent of the loans are stressed There is thus a clear and escalating danger of a “full-blown banking crisis” if these concerns are not quickly mitigated However there is a strong reluctance to deviating from a path that has delivered stable rates of growth Although aware that an economy as complex and globally integrated as China cannot continue to be primarily managed through the levers of the state Chinese policymakers have been deeply uncomfortable towards ceding economic control to market forces and accepting the increased volatility that this implies Such apprehensions were exacerbated by the turmoil in the stock markets and the exchange rate volatility witnessed in China in August 2015 which rattled the Chinese leadership and raised serious doubts about the competence of Chinese economic management Such risks appear unacceptable to the party leadership and the Chinese economy remains trapped in the uncertain terrain between state control and the market Declining economic muscle has not deterred Xi from aggressively pursuing his hugely ambitious One Belt One Road(OBOR) initiative which aims to significantly augment Chinese strategic and economic influence across the globe through the creation of a vast network of infrastructure projects The primary rationale of these projects is strategic not economic and the large external commitments that they potentially entail conservatively estimated at $1trillion sans escalation costs pose an added risk to an already overextended economy Outbound investments by Chinese companies has been rising rapidly — they reached $150 billion in the first 10 months of 2016 surpassing $121 billion in the previous year Rising capital outflows have put pressure on the yuan which has depreciated by almost six per cent this year against an appreciating dollar despite aggressive official interventions in the currency market To stem the drain of foreign exchange reserves which have declined by 25 per cent this year and ease the downward pressure on the yuan the government has imposed capital controls on outbound flows revealing rising internal anxieties about capital flight The dashboard on the state of the Chinese economy is flashing red signals on several fronts However Xi seems mainly focussed on consolidating his hold over the party The anti-corruption drive has been a useful instrument in dealing with political opponents but it has also transgressed an implicit compact between the party and the government — that the latter would not be unduly prying on the financial dealings of party members Given that corruption is deeply entrenched the drive has generated fear and resentment in the party ranks Politically risky reforms are therefore on the backburner at least till the party plenum next year when Xi comes up for re-election Till such time stable growth is the prime goal no matter how it is achieved Minxin Pei a doyen among Sinologists has termed the situation in China as a “state of trapped transition” — a state of partial economic and political reform in which the party leadership is unable to deviate from a path of unsustainable development path for fear of losing economic and political control Analysts are divided on the future of the Chinese economy with those predicting a smooth landing presently in a minority China has several times in the past proved the Cassandras wrong But this time a turbulent transition seems unavoidable The writer is a former secretary to Government of India and member Finance Commission For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News The service had been introduced by the Vasundhara Raje government in 2008. called for fresh tenders and roped in a new contractor." Schweitzer didn’t want to tell anyone, called the paper "a milestone.” he said. present was V K Malhotra. 2017 8:42 pm “I had a discussion with the representatives of various Akharas. Former RJD MP Mohammad Shahabuddin is currently lodged in Delhi’s Tihar Jail Siwan acid attack case: Patna High Court upholds life sentence of Mohammad Shahabuddin The Patna High Court on Wednesday dismissed the petition of Mohammad Shahabuddin, growth of industry and expansion of urban areas.

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