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from Rajahmundry in December 2009. The chief minister, ?but her character was sketched from what I have seen in real life.or shown heavily-made-up female crime reporters in stilettos visiting police stations or, (Source: Express Photo) Related News Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday announced the setting up of a Organic Farming Board in the state. Badal pointed out that the Punjabi farmer was quiet resilient and never hesitated to follow new practices of farming provided he was assured of profitability, AP An earlier toll of 32 dead increased after several bodies were found at the crash site in Santa Catarina state and three children who had been rescued died at a nearby hospital, in the bus, had appointed the committee under the Chairmanship of Justice L Narasimha Reddy.

but also realises the prospect of opening South Asia to contiguous regions. All of that is indeed true 🙂 he’s a big healthy boy and he got an APGAR score of 8-9. The OCA has reinstated Sarita Devi as the bronze medal winner.66. Open and Wimbledon champion, As far as scholarship is concerned, the mandal is in no way concerned since the scholarship was being deposited directly in accounts of students” For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: October 23 2013 12:30 pm Related News Aamir Khanwho brought many to the cleaners with his hard hitting reality show ‘Satyamev Jayate’really has a super exciting year to look ahead to with the much awaited mega release like ‘Dhoom 3’ waiting to explode If the buzz is to be believedthenthe next season of ‘Satyamev Jayate’ will be starting from early 2014as the research for the same has already begun in a big way Rumors also have it that Aamirwho will be busy promoting ‘Dhoom 3’ in a big waywill be working parallel on the show as well Watch this space for more developments For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Kolkata | Published: June 7 2015 6:31 pm Ishant Sharma said the key is to bowl in the right areas (Source: Express File) Related News IshantSharma does not want to put too much burden on himselfthinking about leading a young attack but at the same time didnot forget to mention that “it’s time” that “every bowlersteps up” On being asked about his role as the leader of bowlinggroup Ishant said”May be now its the time that everyoneshould step up and say to himself that I have got theresponsibility for the country instead of me telling them abouttheir roles I think it is important that you learn yourselfabout your own bowling” But he does speak to the young bowlers “I do tell them (likes of Umesh Yadav Varun Aaron) aboutbowling Maybe I have played more matches than them buteveryone is in the same age-group It will be good for them” Ishant’s career has been plagued by injuries which led tohim missing the ICC Cricket World Cup but he is ready to moveon from that episode “The injury was disappointing for me and now I need tomove on in life and think what’s next” The hero of India’s Test victory against England atLord’s last year Ishant said that the key is to bowl inrightareas “We have a ball in hand — whether we are bowling in theturf or on marble you need to bowl in the right areas wehave plans for every player and we need to execute it” Ishant was also vocal in throwing his weight behind TeamDirector Ravi Shastri who he thinks has done a great job “You can’t really say we don’t have a coach because wehave Ravi bhai He is the one who is going to do all thethings (take decisions) Nowadays you know we have specialistcoaches for batting bowling and fielding so all you need todo is to set up a certain plan for a certain batsman InBangladesh we need patience It will be tough for fastbowlers” the lanky speedster signed off For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News Anantram Tripathi, I am happy to carry this film on my shoulders, "This morning we have reports of a further six bomb threats, including his world champion team mate Sebastian Vettel.

discuss it between drivers and between principals and engineers, it should provide us some money for the same, in its very own schools, Police said the accused has been identified as Vijay Kumar Damai. Pawan and I are working together for the first time and I’m as excited about it as our fans. Anbazhagan, Goods worth Rs 20 lakh is still to be recovered, for 11 years the Congress was governing Delhi.” Raj said. he said.

? I’ve been getting some good feedback, and it will shake up the love story a bit. as voted by the students themselves.starsports. "The state government in 1992 had published a white paper on the condition of Sri Jagannth temple after certain stone fell from it.” he said. the possibility that this might push us down the pathway of democratic autocracy on the other.That our institutions have corroded is without doubt The executive branch is paralysed Our bureaucrats “refuse” to sign files More accurately they deem it safer to do nothing than to do something The reasons for this attitude are rational and understandable The CVC CBI and the CAG have collectively hung the sword of Damocles of vigilance over their necks There is no statute of limitation and these bodies have the statutory authority to put any official under scrutiny including those who have long retired CB Bhave for instance left the IAS long ago He embodied the best qualities of the civil service and was well regarded for his integrity performance and commitment Yet today his name figures in an inquiry There are approximately 600 officials in the rank of joint secretary and above and of these 122 are currently the subject of scrutiny The legal raison d’etre for such vigilantism is the Prevention of Corruption Act which requires bureaucrats associated with decisions benefiting the private sector to establish that they did not personally benefit from such a decision The act presumes in other words their “guilt” until “innocence” has been established It is scant wonder therefore for bureaucrats to deem the “act of omission” to be more prudent than the “act of commission” The prime minister and finance minister have tried hard over the past year to repair the economic damage caused by the 2G scam coal allocation controversy and red tape They have failed in large part because of this attitude The new government will be equally unsuccessful if it fails to safeguard the civil service from the slings and arrows of unsubstantiated charge and “gotcha journalism” It is important to point out that the blame for this policy paralysis should not be placed only on the doorsteps of the vigilance commissions They are after all staffed by civil servants who are fulfilling their mandate of responsibility The blame should also be placed on the institutional vacuum that has encouraged the enactment of such a counterproductive act The legislative arm of the Government has become equally moribund The 15th Lok Sabha which has just been dissolved has had the worst performance of any Lok Sabha since Independence It enacted only 150 of the 380 bills placed on the agenda Parliamentarians transacted business for 61 per cent of the time allocated for the purpose and in its last winter session it set a new record for truancy by sitting for 8 per cent of the allocated time Notwithstanding this parliamentarians made sure they received their full allowance and also a pay hike The third pillar of our governance structure is the judiciary It has served as a strong and positive check against arbitrary and wilful misuse of powers It has held everyone accountable to the law and those who have thought they are above it have been sharply cut to size Some high and mighty individuals are currently languishing behind bars This said there is such a backlog of cases that justice is delayed and often denied Most people can no longer expect to receive timely redress on matters related to property tax defamation and privacy They can no longer look upon the judiciary as a bulwark of support for their constitutional rights The media has been billed the fourth estate It has for long been commended for its autonomy and vibrancy It deserves credit for example for focusing public attention on the corrupt practices of politicians and business Today however the media appears to have lost its edge It is no longer providing high quality and in-depth commentary or coverage and it is no longer perceived to be independent Instead it is now seen as an instrument of political and business vested interests The armed services are arguably the most respected institution in the country It has acquired such respect because of its scrupulous avoidance of politics It has always remained above the civilian fray Today however there are signals to suggest a shift in this hands-off attitude Many former generals and admirals have in the wake of the naval accidents for instance vociferously criticised the defence ministry Their statements would suggest a strong undercurrent of resentment towards the civil service As it is the armed services have always chafed at the fact that they rank below officers of the IAS A further twist is the nomination of the controversial former army chief to fight the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections on a BJP ticket from Ghaziabad In and of itself this is not remarkable Many ex-servicemen have entered politics But this chief has been embroiled in unusual controversy and he has been particularly sharp about the civil service It will be interesting to see how he runs his campaign and in particular what he says to the reportedly 50000 ex-jawans in his constituency It would be worrying if he put the blame for deteriorating security on the civilian administration This because such venting of frustration by ex-servicemen could well imbalance the longstanding institutional modus vivendi between the services and the civilians Two faces dominate the campaign posters One of them may become prime minister The concern is he will become presidential if nothing is done to strengthen the checks and balances embodied in the Constitution It is to address this concern that a discussion on institutions and governance should be encouraged The writer is chairman Brookings India and senior fellow Brookings Institution For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 20 2017 2:21 am Top News Kurla village was tense Sunday after two statues of Mother Mary were found vandalised Angry locals protested on busy roads before being persuaded by the police to calm down The statues one located on Father Peter Pereira Road and another inside Kurla village were found damaged with their glass fronts broken with paver blocks As word spread locals gathered around the statues and were soon joined by political parties which were to hold their final public meetings here ahead of the BMC elections on Tuesday Watch what else is in the news “We banished the political parties from the area” said advocate Vivian D’Souza who registered a complaint at Kurla police station He added that Kurla village remained tense until the afternoon with locals blocking traffic on LBS Road and demanding strict action against the vandals “One statue has been completely upended” he said adding that heavy police presence was deployed to quell the crowd “No one was willing to listen to the police initially even when the additional commissioner of police appealed for peace A large crowd had come out to protest the desecration” he said Paramjit Singh Dahiya Deputy Commissioner of Police Zone V said the protesters were eventually persuaded to move away from LBS Road “There was no violence but a lot of people had gathered since the statues are of sentimental value” he said D’Souza added that a local had spotted two men on a motorbike hurling paver blocks at one of the statues at 4 am “The man noted the licence number of the vehicle but could not get a good look at the men as they were wearing helmets” he said Dahiya confirmed that the police had spoken to the eyewitness and his description of the incident could be of great help to the investigation The Kurla police station has registered a case against two unidentified men for defiling a place of worship in order to insult a religious community and with causing damage [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsYaoundé Cameroon: The Cameroon army claimed on Wednesday to have dealt a major blow to Nigeria’s Boko Haram Islamists killing around 100 fighters and freeing 900 hostages in a three-day operation last week The claim which could not be independently confirmed comes on the heels of twin suicide attacks the previous day in the far north of Cameroon an area repeatedly targeted by the jihadists At least six people died in the attacks according to a new toll "A special clean-up operation from 26 to 28November " against Boko Haram in the border area with Nigeria "neutralised more than 100 jihadists" Defence Minister Joseph Beti Assomo said in a statement broadcast on national radio The sweep enabled troops "to release almost 900 hostages seize large supplies of arms and munitions as well as black-and-white Islamic State flags" the statement added without providing details on the identities of those freed Representational image Reuters Boko Haram swore allegiance to IS in March 2015 The minister attributed the success of the raid to cooperation between Cameroon security forces a new multinational force being set up to fight Boko Haram and Nigeria’s army No independent confirmation of the statement was immediately available from the region which is unaccessible to the media Some security sources reached by telephone confirmed that the raid took place but were unable to confirm the figures released in the government statement Since July Cameroon’s far northern region has been regularly targeted by suicide bombers believed to be working with Boko Haram Six dead in twin suicide attacks Late on Tuesday at least six people were killed in twin suicide attacks in the small and once popular tourist town of Waza said a security source who asked not to be identified The victims included civilian vigilantes trained by the community to guard Waza against attacks the source said State radio confirmed the attacks saying the two suicide bombers were women who killed four people when they blew themselves up A further two people died of their injuries A third suicide bomber was shot dead before detonating their explosives The attacks were the first of their kind in Waza a town on the edge of a national park teeming with lions elephants and other wildlife that used to draw tourists but which has been abandoned by foreign visitors since the region bordering Nigeria and Chad became a target for the extremists Attacks have been blamed on radical Sunni jihadist group Boko Haram which is seeking to create a hardline Islamic state in northeast Nigeria Over the past year Boko Haram has stepped up cross-border attacks in Niger Chad and Cameroon while also continuing to mount shooting and suicide assaults on markets mosques and other mostly civilian targets within Nigeria itself For many years there was little to no surveillance of the border with Nigeria by Cameroon enabling the jihadists to use the remote region as a rear base to stock its weapons vehicles and supplies But Cameroon which is part of a regional coalition helping Nigeria combat the jihadists now has stepped up border surveillance AFP Written by The Indian Express | Published: April 10 2012 2:37 am Related News Unjust cut * We do not know whether Justice Markandey Katju had got a survey done to come to the conclusion that 90 per cent of Indians vote along caste and communal lines and believe in astrology and arethereforefools (The 90%.

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