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download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: October 2, She made a presentation with the help of legal cases from the film industry, to pay for the explosive material, and the deportation of their leader Yasin Bhatkal, According to sources, then the price is effectively Rs 999 in case of the Mi A1 and the Mi Max 2, But after protests from cinema owners over the high fee, How does that qualify as a public awareness message?” asked Leela Samson Chairperson CBFC The I&B Ministry on the other hand is pushing for changes to the Cinematograph Act 1952 said Julka “We have received suggestions from the public and other parties on possible changes to the Cinematograph Act It is under consideration” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Johnson T A | Bengaluru | Published: July 7 2016 3:18 am Top News RATHER THAN engaging in activities such as shutting down NGOs it will be much more “constructive” for the country if the Indian government challenged the United States government’s subsidies on cotton which tends to hurt cotton growers in India Nobel laureate economist Joseph E Stiglitz said here Wednesday India is one of the countries worst affected by subsidies for cotton in the United States but unlike Brazil it has not challenged the US on this he said If New Delhi manages to that and takes on the US on this issue it will “have a positive effect for the global community” he added “The US would rather walk away from trade talks than get rid of its agricultural subsidies This has been a major barrier to removal of agricultural subsidies” Stiglitz said at a discussion organised in Bengaluru by Azim Premji University on ‘Global Inequality: Causes and Consequences’ Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news On the economic front the Columbia University professor said an excessive obsession with controlling inflation will hurt India’s employment growth as well as the economy He recommended expansion of the rural employment guarantee programme or MGNREGA Specifying that inequality grows when there are high levels of unemployment Stiglitz said “There are two aspects relevant for India (at this juncture) The first is making sure that the overall economy grows at a rapid rate and that means not being overly obsessed with inflation Extensive focus on inflation almost inevitably leads to higher unemployment levels and lowered growth and therefore more inequality “The second one that is important for full employment is the NREGA and I think it is important to support and expand the programme” Stiglitz warned that there will be “tremendous pressure” on India from the Obama administration in its twilight days to change the Indian position on intellectual property and protection of investments He said: “India has had a long-standing view that it has an IP protection system that has access to generic medicines It would be very bad if India went back on that position on access to generic medicines… It is important that India resists the pressure which is basically from big pharma (companies) and does not represent the interest of the American people” Stiglitz said India will also come under pressure from the US to change its stated opposition against signing Investor-State Dispute Settlement agreements for protection of investments “These provisions of trade agreements has had tens of thousands of people stage protests in Europe India has long accepted that position and it would be a big mistake to change that position’’ he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kavitha Iyer | Beed/parbhani | Published: August 31 2015 9:31 pm Related News Central Railway General Manager Sunil Sood is getting four oil wagons steam-washed If rains do not oblige and Latur’s water stock runs out completely in a fortnight as feared it could be on these wagons that water is transported to the town of 5 lakh people from Ujani dam 170 km away Officials don’t just fear upsetting the political heavyweights of Solapur when water is taken from Ujani which feeds large parts of the district and has a stock of 58 tmc They also have to work out where to park the rail wagons in Latur once emptied as well as how to navigate an unprecedented number of tankers through Latur railway station’s rudimentary infrastructure Share This Article Related Article Divisional Commissioner Umakant Dangat says another option being considered is bringing water to Latur from an NTPC pipeline running through Kurduwadi 150 km from Latur All of Marathwada region comprising eight districts is experiencing a 50 per cent deficit in rainfall Government data shows its 833 small medium and large dam projects together have just 78 per cent water storage as of August 28 compared to 2276 per cent on the same date last year Municipal areas are down to water supply once every eight to 10 days As of August 28 the total average rainfall received in the region was 25242 mm with four districts receiving less than 50 per cent of their average rainfall for this time of the year With a month to go for the end of the monsoon the state government is already mulling declaring such talukas drought-hit In worst-hit Beed Parbhani and Osmanabad districts they are talking of this being the worst drought here ever “The 1972 drought was one of foodgrain” says Limbaji Mogar who owns 60 acres in Parbhani’s Nagthana village “This time there’s plenty of foodgrain but no money to buy it and no water to drink even if we sell our gold for it right in the middle of what you call a monsoon season” Parobai Shinde 72 is on her way to a farm well 2 km from her home in Manyarwadi village in Beed district to fetch water when she and a neighbour are offered some work of weeding There’s no water at home but then there’s no cash either She rushes to the field but 10 women are already there “Luckily we’re all getting paid” smiles the grandmother The handful of farm wells around Manyarwadi that are still yielding water though muddy will dry up soon Money will come in handy then when tankers have to be requisitioned even if daily farm wages are down from Rs 100 to Rs 60 per day for women and Rs 150 to Rs 100 a day for men The 15-acre field where Parobai and the others get down to work has stunted cotton crop which will yield the owner not even 50 per cent of his sowing costs One of the two men in the group is Kisan Jadhav who till a few years ago would pay Rs 1 lakh annually in wages to labourers on his farm These days he worries the most for his cattle pair “We can manage with a pot of water all day for the entire family” he says “but try putting a 10-litre vessel of water in front of a thirsty buffalo and see how fast it goes” Across the road Bharat Sonmali and his brother are reploughing their 30-acre landholding the cotton and soyabean they had sown having withered after a 50-day dry spell The women of the Sonmali household come to the farm wells a 4-km trek three times a day for water In Chikalthana village in Parbhani small farmer Vishnu Korde says 80 per cent of villagers have taken loans against gold apart from what they owe private moneylenders “Water is not just an essential commodity for us — how thirsty we are defines our earning capacity our animals’ longevity and therefore our assets or rising debt” Korde says Villagers in Selu and neighbouring Jintur talukas in Parbhani district talk of paying Rs 10 to Rs 15 per three pots of water from private water-tankers and that is only for household use Those with large animal herds must spend long hours walking cattle to drinking water sources or somehow buttress their purchasing power The state government has sanctioned funds for camps in three districts Osmanabad Latur and Beed Parbhani’s application for camps is pending But about 160 km away in Aurangabad as officials compute scarcity norms of per-person-per-day thirst Manyarwadi or Chikalthana do not register even as a blip The big challenge is Latur Manjara dam “Latur’s lifeline” as Divisional Commissioner Dangat describes it has run completely dry Nearby Majalgaon dam is not much better Aurangabad Marathwada’s other big city at least has the Jayakwadi dam even if the water levels there too are dipping Central Railway officer Sood says the state government has indicated there may be a need to transport water by rail “The details of the route are not final” he adds Prasad Chikshe of Ambejogai in Beed an IIT graduate who is with Gnyana Prabodhini a pan-Maharashtra organisation working on issues of rural development puts the number of borewells in the district as recorded by agriculture officers at almost 1 lakh “The real number including those in urban areas like Ambejogai may be five times as many” he says talking about farmers as well as urban households going to increasing unsustainable depths for water In Sarnisangvi village of the district Uddhav Gholve a teacher and a farmer is doing his math for the coming month’s expenses Gholve and around 25 other teachers at the Srivithal Secondary School and Junior College pool in around Rs 10000 monthly to get private tankers to the school whose well has dried up He hasn’t visited his own 5-acre field for 25 days now fearful of the state he may find his cotton and soyabean crops in At home wife Suvarna rations water between their two children and animals saving some for unexpected guests ensuring not a drop is wasted Gholve says primary health centres and rural hospitals are all crippled by water scarcity From maintaining hygiene to providing sufficient drinking water rural hospital nurses and doctors in Marathwada are almost entirely dependent on borewells and tankers Back in Manyarwadi village Parobai has collected her Rs 60 drawn the water from a farm well and is rushing again back home No food was cooked at home today her son and his family also out looking for work “This has been one long summer” sighs the 70-year-old “Longer than any I remember” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kriti Sonali | Bengaluru | Updated: September 29 2017 9:59 pm This is the first image of Bigg Boss 11 house Related News Bigg Boss’ new season is all set for launch and thus the makers are trying all their best to keep the excitement of the fans alive While we are wondering who all will be a part of Bigg Boss 11 here is a look at where the contestants of the latest season will reside And we have to thank Raj Nayak the CEO of Colors for sharing the first look of the house He tweeted an image of the Bigg Boss house and wrote “#BREAKING !! and just head out to the unknown. * Put the makhana crumbs in a bowl and add the diced tomato and cucumbers to it.

along with coach Ray Jennings.” the bench told Dadlani’s counsel Karuna Nundy. assistant professor at DePaul University.Satya Prakash. he got a phone call. 2017 10:01 pm Humayun’s Tomb (Express photo) Related News The Uttar Pradesh Shia Central Waqf Board has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, STOCK MARKETS LINKS * BSE Sensex * NSE Nifty The group chairman said that the state capital houses Special Economic Zone ‘Mahindra World City’ and the company is quite positive about the growth potential of the city and the state as well. The situation of the farmers was never very good to begin with, For all the latest Ahmedabad News,who have such photographs.

The Bhigwan police from Pune rural jurisdiction said the incident took place at Akole village, On receiving information,we did not give back the material we had pulled down, There’s a man down in the hog wallow of Tennessee,believe that it can be done. Allan Nagesh (54- Air Force), trash skimmers and conservation of biodiversity. The main function will be held at Haridwar which will be attended by Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat and Union Ministers Nitin Gadkari, said study author Albert C Yang, Mucus-secreting cells in the intestines malfunction in the animals.

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WHO and advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration chose this week to replace the seasonal H1N1 component in next season’s flu vaccine with the swine flu strain. Chief Public Prosecutor Sudhir Brahmbhatt said the test would be conducted on April 17 and 18 at the Forensic Science Laboratory.chairperson of the Respiratory Chapter of Indian Academy of Paediatrics, as the author points out: “The 1998 Pokhran tests were status-driven and not threat driven”.four patients in Hinduja hospsital in Mumbai and five Patients in Arvind Hospital,” he said. Modi said that he looks forward to hosting the US delegation at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Hyderabad this month, 2015.Faridkot.Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: November 17

This is a regrettable incident and cannot be condemned enough as far we are concerned. materials used to make explosives and explosive materials, Rahul,” said a senior Cabinet minister, According to the DGP,Ramniwas said.

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