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the organisation is not getting their replacements, accused of molesting a teenage Bollywood actor onboard a flight,Taking a potshot at Congress over the results, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 29, 2017 10:49 pm Congress accused the Modi government of spreading “lies” and said “people have kept spreading this untruth and disinformation. and demanded its apology.“The BJP stoked conspiracy fires around Netaji’s death It took power of the RTI to reveal the government’s real position” the Congress said on its twitter handle Congress spokesperson Ajoy Kumar said that after the BJP came to power there had been a concerted attempt to denigrate the leaders of the freedom struggle whether it is Jawaharlal Nehru Sardar Patel or Mahatama Gandhi “There has been a concerted orchestrated effort by the BJP to rewrite the history The BJP and RSS’ ‘dirty tricks department’ created a story about Netaji’s death” he said Kumar accused the Modi government of spreading “lies” and said “people have kept spreading this untruth disinformation should apologise to the people of this country” “Today there is the limit of lack of shame where the government of the day gives an RTI reply saying that Netaji died in a plane crash This is in reply to RTI by the government” he said Bose died in an aircrash in 1945 the government has said putting to an end a controversy that refuses to be buried about the freedom fighter having survived the accident The Ministry of Home Affairs said in a reply to an RTI application from a Kolkata resident that the government had come to this conclusion after considering the reports of various committees that probed the death of Bose who many believed had not perished in the crash For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Dehradun | Published: December 2 2017 9:20 pm Congress leader Sachin Munjal from Udham Singh Nagar district’s Rampura localitywas booked on Friday night for allegedly sharing an ‘indecent’ photo of the prime minister on WhatsApp (File Photo) Top News Two weeks after a boy was arrested from Shahpur-Kalyanpur village in Dehradun district for allegedly sharing a morphed photograph of Prime Minister Narendra Modi a local Congress leader Sachin Munjal from Udham Singh Nagar district’s Rampura localitywas booked on Friday night for allegedly sharing an ‘indecent’ photo of the prime minister on WhatsApp Vipin Sharma of the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) from Rampura in Udham Singh Nagar district approached the Rudrapur police station on Friday evening to file a complaint against Munjal for allegedly posting the morphed photograph on WhatsApp where according to Sharma the prime minister was allegedly ‘depicted as a woman’ An FIR was subsequently filed late on Friday night “There’s a ‘Congress Parivar’ group on WhatsApp where Sachin Munjal had posted the indecent photograph against which I had filed a complaint in the Rudrapur police station” Sharma said Tushar Bora SHO of the Rudrapur police station said that a subsequent FIR was filed against Munjal under section 292 (sharing of obscene photograph) of the IPC “The accused [Munjal] was taken into police custody on Friday night and was released on bail [on Saturday] We are yet to seize his mobile phone to check the relevant sections of the IT Act that would apply to Munjal’s case” Bora said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Surjit S Bhalla | Updated: September 30 2017 6:27 am At the time of demonetisation real wages were rising at 2 per cent per annum Top News In a highly personalised attack on Finance Minister Arun Jaitley (‘I need to speak up now’ IE September 27) ex-Finance Minister Yashwant Sinha made the following claims about the Indian economy (under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi) First that the economy was on a downward spiral; second that “demonetisation has proved to be an unmitigated disaster”; third that GST was badly conceived and implemented; fourth extra jobs have been lost under Modi-Jaitley; fifth there was no hope for recovery especially with Jaitley as FM He ends this vitriolic piece with a flourish — “the PM claims that he has seen poverty from close quarters His FM is working over-time to make sure that all Indians also see it from equally close quarters” Sinha raises some serious questions about the economy and as an ex-finance minister his views have to be taken seriously Sinha has also been accorded cult status and some are openly talking about him being the face of the opposition (to Modi) in the 2019 elections What are the economic facts mentioned by Sinha to support his conclusions He mentions that the GDP growth rate was 57 per cent in 2017Q2; in addition that “according to the old method of calculation the growth rate of 57 per cent is actually 37 per cent or less” Sadly the IMF-UN-World Bank mandated national accounts methodology has become something that the political opposition has used to discredit the Modi government But until Sinha’s column the Opposition had refrained from questioning the 57 figure — it was low enough to be critical of government management so why bother But is Sinha right about the 37 per cent The main criticism about the new GDP figures was that the estimates of industrial production (derived from the Ministry of Corporate Affairs data) were at sharp variance with those traditionally derived from IIP data In 2017-Q2 GDP data has industrial production growth at 16 per cent and the IIP figures for the same quarter show a higher average of 19 per cent growth Maybe we should hold the CSO to task for deliberately and maliciously understating GDP growth — as friends of Sinha (like former FM P Chidambaram) accused the CSO for overstating GDP growth earlier Many have claimed like Sinha that demonetisation was an unmitigated disaster but no one has provided any evidence to prove the same As far back as November 19 2016 just 11 days after the announcement of demonetisation (‘Big bang or big thud’IE) I began by stating that: “By the strangest of coincidences those opposing demonetisation are almost 100 per cent of those who have opposed every economic decision of this government since day one” I went on to state that whether demonetisation was a success or not should not be measured by how much cash was returned Over 99 per cent of the cash has been returned and many observers proudly proclaim: There we told you so — demonetisation inflicted pain for no gain And excess pain on the poor poor The poor then because of this pain went and voted for Modi in overwhelming numbers Let us be honest — yes demonetisation was a disaster for those who evade taxes The jury on whether demonetisation would lead to a jump in tax revenues is still out; if demonetisation does not lead to an increase in personal income tax compliance then yes it did not work Tax compliance in India is at low 25 per cent — for every Rs 100 of income tax that the government should collect it collects only Rs 25 Some critics have looked at the confusing set of numbers on those who have filled tax returns this year relative to the pre-demonetisation earlier year This is not the complete or even a quarter of the tax compliance story Look at increase in tax revenues relevant to an increase in income growth for knowledge and inference and conclusion about the efficacy of demonetisation Yet another Sinha complaint is that GST has been a disaster This is very strange — one of the biggest reforms in India is barely two months old and we already have evidence that it was badly implemented and a conceptual failure No doubt there are several problems with GST — the average GST tax rate is too high and tax credits are not being delivered in time And one can add several layers of worthy criticism But to pronounce it a failure for 15 minutes of Warhol time is not well worthy of an ex finance minister Moving on — I have also criticised policies for the slowdown in particular the exorbitantly high real interest rate policy followed by the MPC During Sinha’s FM tenure (1999-2002) the real RBI call rate declined by 200 basis points During Jaitley’s tenure (2014-2017) the real repo rate has increased by 200 bp I don’t see the slowdown as structural — I see it as a self-inflicted cyclical easily reversible wound which might begin to repair as early as next week One further point on the uncompetitive nature of our monetary policy The increase in the real repo rate in India (average increase over 36 months earlier) during the last 21 months is the second highest among major emerging markets Our increase is at 370 bp Russia at 500 bp Brazil at 300 and Indonesia some distance behind at 182 bp I want to end with the following puzzle to several critics and supporters of the government: There is a lot of anecdotal evidence about the poor and not so poor losing their jobs because of demonetisation and other Sinha-articulated bad policies of the government If the poor are really losing out it should show up in the rate of growth of real wages (some political ideologues actually point to slow growth in nominal wages as evidence that the economy is doing badly — even Sinha does not do that) The most unskilled worker in India is the ploughman; with some skills is the carpenter If there are jobs being lost in urban areas (MSMEs etc) the impact should show up in the slowing real wage growth of ploughmen and carpenters But the opposite is happening The chart divides the time-period since December 2015 into two sections — before and post-demonetisation At the time of demonetisation real wages were rising at 2 per cent per annum Post demonetisation in July 2017 the rate of growth has more than doubled to near 5 per cent If these data are correct (maybe the dataratti will now move towards questioning the accuracy of the rural wage data the oldest such series in India) then the incomes of the poorest are rising at a faster pace than any time since January 2015 Maybe that is why Modi has been winning elections; maybe that is why the growth slowdown (with a little help from the RBI) will soon reverse Over the last 20 years I have written close to a thousand op-ed pieces I have presented data with my arguments and when I make data mistakes (thankfully very few) readers have corrected me My plea to my fellow columnists and the media and the economists and to politicians and to everybody — let us get real and debate evidence and debate how to interpret the facts Let us not decline into ideology and worse into personal attacks The economy should not be treated like a gossip column The writer is an Indian citizen who wishes and hopes that the opinionatti would use a minimum of evidence in their expert commentary on the Indian economy He is a member of the PM’s Economic Advisory Council Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Jammu | Updated: August 29 2016 10:30 pm Top News Two Mumbai resident were among the five people arrested as Jammu-Kashmir Police on Monday claimed to have busted an inter-state narcotics racket having direct links between Kashmir Valley and Mumbai Senior Superintendent of Police Jammu Dr Sunil Gupta identified the arrested Maharashtrians as Surya Parkash son of Ram Lal of 162-Shivaji Nagar Mumbai and Altaf Ahmed son of Jaffer Shah of 120-Purani Mumbai They had come to Jammu city to collect the consignment from a party in Kashmir he added A police party on Sunday night intercepted a TATA Sumo and seized 15 packets of high quality charas weighing one kg each The contraband was concealed within a false cavity made inside the vehicle SSP said adding that two other vehicles were also seized including a Tavera and a Maruti Swift The drug peddlers from Valley have been identified as Ghulam Mohammad Bhat of Tanmarg Mohammad Amin Bhat and Mohammad Sultan both residents of Bijbehara The Mumbaikars had been frequent visitors to the state to collect consignment of contraband prepared in Bijbehara or Baramulla The state police have contacted its Mumbai counterpart to nab other members of the racket including its kingpin SSP said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News 2017 12:27 am Virender Sehwag said that teams need time to prepare for away series. incidents of rapes are frequent, meanwhile, “The only struggle in J&K is against Pakistani sponsored terrorism.

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PCR images from previous papers,” he said. IGP (West Zone) K Shankar said, Singh also took a dig at human rights activists who he said “try to ignore the killing of soldiers by terrorists”. and computer science funding, Boman made a grand entry,all new autorickshaws must have an alternative fuel system like CNG.where call would be received and forwarded to the autorickshaw drivers and cabbies. they are giving out salaries on an arbitrary basis and on their own call. Environmental Justice Officer with the Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice who attended the Assembly as an observer,“The Citizens have sent a strong signal to the government that it must engage much more seriously coherently and urgently on the issue The Assembly has recommended that climate change be at the centre of policy making in Ireland To date there are many examples to show that this has not been the case Going forward there must be policy coherence and consensus across all government departments even if difficult political decisions have to be made” The Jesuit Centre for Faith and Justice had made a submission on climate change to the Citizens’ Assembly one of 1200 responses by groups and individuals on the issue of tackling climate change In their submission the JCFJ urged the government to put a workable plan in place to reduce greenhouse emissions Catherine notes that Ireland is already on target to fail the deadline set for us by the EU for 2020 “If government doesn’t act swiftly” she says “it will be a real challenge for us to meet our 2030 targets on harmful emissions as well Climate change is happening right now” she added ” and its effects are most keenly felt in some of the poorest regions of the world We cannot afford a wait-and-see climate policy approach The State has a responsibility to protect its citizens now and future citizens from preventable harm Considerable political leadership is required if the State is to at least make its fair share of the global effort” Commenting on the whole process of submissions and the gathering that took place over two weekends Catherine said that the extent of submissions made to the Assembly and the commitment of the group in engaging on the topic clearly show that Irish society takes climate change very seriously “There is now a strong demand for ambitious political leadership to enable a just and transformative transition to a low carbon society” The recommendations will now form the basis of a report that will be presented to the house of the Oireachtas for debate Earlier this year the Jesuit Centre sent a submission to the Assembly outlining the seriousness of climate change and For further information on this issue you can contact Catherine by phone at (01) 855 6814; or email [email protected] Full details of the Citizens’ Assembly weekends on climate change can be accessed here

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