000 people have “not” been made accused in the case.” the IG said.
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principal of Government Senior Secondary School in Sector 45 said,We floated the tenders in the first week of September but havent got any bid yet We will be floating another tender now We have to distribute around 3000 uniforms for the students of Classes I-VIII The supplier is likely to ask for 60 days and naturally the uniforms will come in December Our responsibility is to float the tender once the education department directs us In the last week of Augustwe got the letter from the department and the next week we floated the tenders Sukneer Sekhonprincipal of Government Model Senior Secondary School in Sector 19 said? "The game was scheduled to be played on a pitch which would have played similar to the one that was used for the Pakistan-Australia match. regarding our last meeting, We are also looking for one more person who is suspected to be his partner, After the 1st Amendment to the Constitution in 1951, But it placed an important limitation on the state: the scheme of special treatment, Top News To save his unit from standing in lines for hours to get cash, the first traveller known to have carried the Ebola virus into the US, It’s music,the mirror I know who I am.
s global trade, The same sentiment of non-reciprocity in benefits rules with regard to the EU?the world tour of Xi Jinping seems to have succeeded in introducing the new leader and,000-10, but you will have to live in the area with peace. He says he is confused whether he should marry her or not.Pragya is upset but she cannot show her real emotions she had plans not to attend the ceremony But after hearing Abhi she agrees and decides to be with Abhi in all ups and downs She asks Sarla to come along but Sarla refuses Pragya is on her way to Abhi’s house her cab driver stops the car and goons forcefully enter the car They kidnap Pragya The function has started in Abhi’s house Abhi is desperately waiting for Pragya Aalia comes to him and asks him to join the party Tanu and her mother are very happy they engage Abhi in welcoming the guests On the other hand Pragya is in danger the goons threaten her with acid attack For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: August 23 2016 12:02 am Narendra Modi Top News For some decades now India’s strategic opportunities have been mostly in the east Yet for the all the talk of “looking east” and “acting east” Delhi is easily distracted by the endless provocations on its west The renewed diplomatic engagement with Nepal last week following the recent regime change in Kathmandu and this week’s outreach to Burma’s first democratically elected government in many decades underline the expansive possibilities in the east Delhi can’t let its obsession with the west come in the way of realising the full potential of the east (Before you object to the use of the term “Burma” do note that Aung San Suu Kyi who is the foreign minister state counsellor and the dominant figure in the new democratic government prefers this name to describe her nation But she also added that she will not object to the use of “Myanmar” “You are free to use either” she told the diplomats in the Burmese capital Yangon in April this year) If there is one factor that is common to both the fronts it is China Modi’s remarks on Balochistan Gilgit-Baltistan and Pakistan occupied Kashmir highlighted China’s deeper involvement in India’s unending squabbles with Pakistan Beijing figures prominently in the great game to the east; China has exercised influence there for long Consider the following: The new prime minister of Nepal Prachanda whose return to power was seen as a big political gain for India insists on a “balanced policy” towards Delhi and Beijing Soon after he took charge Prachanda dispatched his two deputy prime ministers as special envoys to Delhi and Beijing In Burma Suu Kyi chose Beijing as the first port of call among the major powers despite the fact that China was the strongest supporter of the military regime in the last three decades Barely a day after her return from her five-day visit to Beijing Suu Kyi was receiving India’s External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj Unlike in the west where Delhi does not have much room to alter the dynamics of the deepening Sino-Pak alliance it remains the most important external actor in Nepal It also has considerable potential to emerge as an influential force in Burma But it has to contend with China’s power in both the countries Objective observers of Nepal will be aware that Delhi no longer has a free hand in Kathmandu and Beijing’s capacity to influence the internal politics of Nepal has significantly increased in recent years China has always had a larger influence in Burma’s domestic politics Given the salience of geography the downturn in Indo-Nepal relations during the tenure of the KP Oli-led government was not likely to be permanent The same holds true for China’s relations with Burma Since 2011 ties between Beijing and Yangon were on a downhill as the military government suspended the Myitsone dam project that Beijing was preparing to build on the Irrawaddy river As the military government prepared for a democratic transition and to diversify its external relations — away from its dependence on Beijing — the US moved quickly to lift some of the sanctions it had imposed on Burma Following the US lead Japan and European powers checked into Yangon If Beijing seemed to have a free run in Burma from the late-1980s to the turn of the 2010s it now faced severe competition But as with Delhi in Nepal geography guarantees an enduring role for Beijing in Burma One of the major outcomes of Suu Kyi’s Beijing trip was China’s commitment to bring three rebel groups in northern Burma that have long had ties to Beijing to the peace process Settling the conflict with the minority groups is at the top of Suu Kyi’s political agenda She has set up a commission to review the Chinese dam projects supported Beijing’s Silk Road initiatives and chosen to be silent on the South China Sea dispute This does not mean Suu Kyi is taking Burma back into Beijing’s fold China has to work hard in Burma to retain its influence as Suu Kyi seeks a balanced relationship with all major powers The next stop on Suu Kyi’s travel schedule is Washington Her talks with Swaraj this week are part of the same process Although geography gives India many advantages in both Nepal and Burma Delhi has been unable to reinforce it with other instruments such as economic diplomacy China’s ability to deliver large quantities of aid and implement major infrastructure projects on short order makes it an attractive partner for both Kathmandu and Yangon India in contrast has acquired an unenviable reputation in both Nepal and Burma for “all talk and no action”s As Delhi prepares for an intensive round of high level political engagement with Nepal and Burma — President Pranab Mukherjee is likely to travel to Kathmandu soon and Delhi will host the Burmese president Htin Kyaw — it needs a plan for vigorous commercial engagement with both neighbours The writer is director Carnegie India and contributing editor on foreign affairs for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: June 24 2017 5:05 am Jason Roy is only the third English player to be dismissed in this fashion in any format of the game and the seventh overall in ODI cricket (Source: Reuters) Top News Jason Roy became one of the few batsmen in the history of the game to be dismissed due to obstructing the field in the second of the three-match T20I series being played between England and South Africa Roy was rushing back after his partner Liam Livingston refused a run In the process he turned and ran across the pitch and the ball struck his boot as he made his way back He is only the third English player to be dismissed in this fashion and the first ever in Twenty20 Internationals The incident occurred in the 15th over of the game and Chris Morris was the bowler with England chasing a total of 175 Livingston dabbed a shortish ball to point and Roy ran for the single from the non-striker’s end Livingston refused it and Roy had to race back to his crease In the process he ran across the pitch and thus brought himself in the path of the ball He was looking at the fielder when he made the move but had his back to ball when it struck him WICKET Roy out obstructing the field for 67 off 45 balls 133-3 in the 16th #ENGvSA Follow: http://tco/JxdwNtG5cv pictwittercom/3yF7vRayDe — England Cricket (@englandcricket) 23 June 2017 The Proteas appealed straightaway and the umpires went upstairs after a brief conversation The third umpire decided that Roy was at fault and has to go The England opener who was struggling for form coming into the series was leading the hosts’ chase He had made 67 off 45 balls and England were in a strong position when he was in the middle His wicket proved to be a turning point as England lost control of the chase and South Africa clawed their way back It led to a dramatic finale in which England needed 12 runs off the last over Andile Phehlukwayo held his nerve to ensure that the hosts fell three runs short of the target For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Sandip Sukhtankar | Published: November 14 2014 12:36 am The level of intervention is such that anyone looking at the sugar market may well believe she has been transported to the pre-1991 control raj Related News There were two recent significant events in the world of sugar First the Supreme Court upheld the Allahabad High Court’s order to force sugar mills in Uttar Pradesh to sell sugar stocks to pay arrears to sugarcane farmers Second the results of the Maharashtra assembly elections and the new BJP government threaten to shake up state politics which are firmly linked to the sugar industry While the two are seemingly unrelated a deeper analysis shows how both are important in the context of the complicated web that is the sugar industry in India It is difficult not to sympathise with the situation of cane farmers and the subsequent high court and Supreme Court decisions But this is hardly a simple story in which capricious mill owners and greedy banks are exploiting poor farmers The real culprit lies farther afield having to do with perverse government policies in setting excessive sugarcane prices along with prohibitive controls on sales of sugar To understand this mess let us start with sugarcane pricing Pricing cane is far from straightforward given characteristics peculiar to growing harvesting and processing sugarcane First since cane takes a long time to grow before it can be harvested production cannot adjust quickly to demand Second after it is harvested and cut it must be crushed to extract juice within a day or else it dries out and loses value This means farmers cannot just cut cane and shop around for the best prices Finally there are economies of scale in cane crushing which means large factories need to optimise the harvest transport and crushing of cane and can’t just rely on buying it in spot markets Because of this and in order to incentivise investment in sugar mills governments have historically given mills local monopsony power through a system of command areas under which farmers were only allowed to sell cane to mills in their area Even though this system has since been abolished in many places new mills still cannot be located within 15 km of current ones and farmers remain beholden to the mills in their area In order to protect them Central and state governments set MSPs for cane Under such conditions most economists would agree that some state intervention is warranted Economic theory however clashes with the reality of Indian politics Populist governments face the constant temptation to raise support prices particularly in election years and state advisory prices for cane are often much higher than even the Central statutory minimum price Overall India has some of the world’s highest sugarcane prices At the same time India is the largest consumer of sugar in the world So how does the government meet the need for sugar while keeping cane prices high Controls on the sale of sugar The level of intervention is such that anyone looking at the sugar market may well believe she has been transported to the pre-1991 control raj: the government regulates monthly quantities of sugar that can be sold by mills; it controls exports and imports; it forces mills to sell a certain proportion of their sugar stocks at a loss to the PDS It even mandates that sugar only be sold in jute sacks At this point you would be right to believe that something doesn’t add up with high input but low output prices You would be wrong however to feel too sorry for sugar mills In order to support this untenable situation the Central and state governments direct an impressive array of sops towards sugar mills through subsidised credit and other inputs forgiven loans loan guarantees bailouts etc Such policies contribute to boom and bust cycles in the sugar market So why do they continue This is where elections and politics come in It is an open secret that in the major sugar-producing states in India control of sugar mills — set up as cooperatives — allows one to control rural politics A recent article in this newspaper described how this “gives political leaders control over economic activity and an opportunity to provide patronage to people” Hence it is the importance of sugar mills in politics that has been responsible for confused policy This is exemplified by the political manoeuvring following the election results in Maharashtra: a BJP MLA openly admitted that the party was considering “its strategy to get power in this [sugar] sector” This is not necessarily limited to Maharashtra Reports suggest that UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav wants to open a sugar mill in Azamgarh an area where previous mills have failed Yet there are some signs of change After decades of propping up failing cooperatives Maharashtra was slowly retracting subsidies leading to the gradual acquisition of these mills by private companies Private sugar mills now produce almost 30 per cent of the sugar in Maharashtra a scenario inconceivable 10 years ago Meanwhile the Supreme Court verdict could make banks more cautious about lending to sugar mills making it harder for governments to keep financing unviable ones Of course private mills could also be captured by politicians Credit from state-owned banks could still be directed to sugar mills Ultimately as long as the dual interference by governments on both sides — unreasonably high minimum cane prices and unreasonable limits on sugar sales — continues so will the volatility and unpredictability The writer is assistantprofessor of economics atDartmouth College US express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsSrinagar: Authorities on Sundayrestored mobile Internet services in Kashmir two days after the facility was snapped in view of apprehensions of law and order problems on the first death anniversary of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani However only 2G services were working an official said "Mobile Internet services have been restored in Kashmir" the official said adding the facility was restored during the night "The high speed network is still suspended while BSNL’s broadband service also remains suspended" the official said Representational image AFP He said the decision to restore the broadband and other high speed Internet services would be taken after assessing the situation on Sunday Internet services across the Valley were snapped on Thursday night as precautionary measure to maintain law an order in view of Wani’s anniversary Wani was killed in an encounter with security forces in south Kashmir’s Anantnag district on 8 July 2016who sustained a bullet in his leg,Written by SUCHET ATTRI | Chandigarh | Published: April 18 Guddu Rangeela and Sultan, It was the seventh win for Aces in eight matches.
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000 people have “not” been made accused in the case.” the IG said.