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e. by raising funds from the market But this plan didn’t work well since there were hardly any takers in the market to invest in these weak banks Till date the government hasn’t come up with an alternative plan to find an answer to the capital dilemma of banks A weak banking system out of which government owns 70 percent of banks in terms of their assets doesn’t augur well for the economy Right now on account of huge NPAs and poor demand banks are unable to lend in a big way to productive sectors This is a major hurdle for growth recovery Secondly the government needs to work on land and labour reforms that are politically sensitive hence put in the back-burner by successive governments On account of the difficulty across states to acquire land and labour large companies still think twice before planning their India ventures In fact making land available to industries especially foreigners who want to set up factories in India is key to Modi’s Make in India program But this continues to be a problem even after three years of this government’s rule Another weak area is lack of new jobs This has emerged as a major headache for the Modi-government Speaking at his book launch recently former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan flagged this problem (read a report here) "Remember that we have what we call the population dividend A million new people entering the labor force every month" Rajan said "If we don’t provide these jobs that are required you have a million dissatisfied entrants And that could create a lot of social mischief" Rajan said Acknowledging the problem While the solutions are well-known it is important to acknowledge the problems first This government and its cheerleaders have been largely reluctant to do that By now it is more than clear that the Indian economy was not in good health when demonetisation was launched in November last year contrary to what Modi and Jaitley claimed “Since the economy was in strong condition the timing of demonetisation was the best" Modi had said in Lok Sabha during his reply to the motion of thanks on President Pranab Mukherjee’s address (read a report here) "When can you have an operation When the body is healthy The economy was doing well and thus our decision was taken at the right time" Modi had said Jaitley too painted a rosy picture of the economy during the post-demonetisation days It takes a few quarters before an economic trend sustains It is quite evident now that economy was not in good health at the point when 86 percent of the currency in circulation was withdrawn in November last year and things have only worsened since then After three quarters post the note ban all macro-economic indicators tell us that a slowdown is a reality now The government should have preserved the strengths of the economy to navigate it to a steady course instead of shocking it with a massively disruptive move The demonetisation operation was performed on a body that lacked even minimum health The results are what we see now Modi’s big challenge now is to acknowledge the mistakes the current sad state of the economy and handhold it to recover the lost momentum Written by ANI | New Delhi | Published: June 9 2009 4:35 pm Related News She may be only two film old in Bollywood but actress Sonam Kapoor is already creating waves globally as she is the only Indian to be featured in The Hollywood Reporter’s special issue devoted to Asia “Next Generation: Asia Class of 2009”a journal by the trade bible which is featuring Asia’s new generation in filmmaking for the first time has selected Sonam as the only Indian representative Sonamwho celebrates her 24th birthday on Tuesday is thrilled with the news “Yesit is pleasing to be recognised by Hollywood so early in my careerbut my success is due to the enormous faith that the Indian film industry has placed in me and the great love that I have been lucky to get from my audiences” Sonam said in a statement The article about “the next generation of leaders in the rapidly evolving Asian entertainment sector” prominently features Sonam and the actress has also been presented with a certificate signed by Eric Mikathe publisher of Hollywood Reporter But Sonam is in no hurry migrate to Hollywood “My heart is in Indiaand the films we make here can stand comparison with those made anywhere in the worldincluding Hollywood” the actress said “So if and when there is an offer from the WestI will judge it on the same criteria that I choose scripts whether I believe in the storythe project and the people involved or not and not just because it has come from Hollywood” Sonam added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: December 3 2010 4:55 pm Related News ‘Life Goes On’the film which sees Sharmila Tagore share the screen with daughter Soha Ali Khan for the very first timewill hit theatres in North America before its release in India Besides the unique distinction of casting the mother-daughter duothe film boasts of the finest talent from Bollywood including veteransGirish Karnad and Om Puri ‘Life Goes On’ is our very first English Language film which is slated for mainstream release all over North America The Indian Diaspora living here will be able to immediately identify with this film” said Oney Sealchairman of the Databazaar group which is releasing the film here Sharmila Tagore said that working with Soha was a significant decision and she thoroughly enjoyed it ‘Life Goes On’ is my first British film and I very much liked the process of working with a British crewwith Om Puri and with my daughter Soha for the first time” Tagore said in a statement ‘Life Goes On’ is a original filmit is non-formulaicand I am so happy that it is getting released now and Databazaar Media Ventures is taking it to the large market in North America even before its release in India” said Soha Director Sangeeta Dutta wrote ‘Life Goes On’ as she grew up in the British Asian community of London “Here is a multicultural society and people have made long journeys to reach where they are here Identity is about historyabout the present and where you look for the future I found it quite compelling to rework the King Lear story in a British-Asian Diaspora family” she said “I found it most compelling to tell the story of a man who gets over his prejudice and fear and learns to look at a more hopefulinclusive world Working with some of my favorite actors from India as with a bunch of young talent from London was very rewarding- a great learning curve” Dutta added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sunanda Mehta | Updated: June 11 2017 10:40 am A new bloom: Vidya Liselotte was three months old when she left India with her Swedish adoptive parents At 39 she met her mother for the first time (Source: Sandeep Daundkar) Related News As a jazz singer Vidya Liselotte had worked with voices all her life She understood their breathiness the pitches and vibrations that made up the tonal quality Deep down she had always wondered about her own Where did it come from Because it did not sound like any other women singers in Sweden where she lived and worked as a freelance musician teaching music to children The answer came in May this year Over a FaceTime call As her phone connected with another thousands of miles away in Nashik in India she heard a woman say: “Vidya” She heard the voice before she saw a face swim up on the screen “That’s my voice that’s me” she thought with a gasp For the first time in her life she had heard a voice that sounded exactly like her For the first time in her life the 39-year-old had heard her mother’s voice Liselotte was three months old when she left India with her Swedish adoptive parents Growing up in Gavle Sweden with an adopted sibling and her parents’ biological child (born later) she had a normal childhood even if she always knew she was different “I don’t remember not knowing that I was adopted at any point of my life It was apparent right from the beginning” says the tall affable woman When she was about 10 the questions began to surface “That was the time when my parents divorced When you are from an already vulnerable background and something makes you more vulnerable emotionally it triggers new thoughts That was perhaps when I started to consciously think about who my biological mother was And I felt that I would meet her one day” says Liselotte After the divorce she stayed on with her mother a receptionist at a magazine office but would visit her father a musician on weekends From him she found her love for music and jazz When she was about 15 she was given a letter which her biological mother had left for her to be opened when she was that age “Suddenly I knew where I came from it was my history I read it a couple of times and then just knew every word by heart I knew there is a life beyond where I am now” says Liselotte The letter she says talked about her mother’s warm feelings for her and indicated that she was a strong woman determined to make the best of her life “This made a big impact on me as I could recognise myself in this thought” she adds As she finished her studies and moved out of home depression started to gnaw at her While her other friends chose higher studies she opted for volunteer work with children in Nepal “I knew Nepal was close to India and there was a trip to India at the end of it I wasn’t willing to admit that was the draw though” says Liselotte On that visit she made her way to Pune and the Mahila Sevagram the orphanage she had been taken from It was she says as though she knew the place “I had no visual memories but the body can remember a lot” she says In 2015 she returned wanting answers to many questions It was an emotionally draining experience talking to the women who ran the ashram who answered her questions but refused to give her the file that contained details about her mother “I came back to Jarlasa in Sweden made more music but something had gone missing from my life” says Liselotte She moved back to Gothenberg where she had gone for higher studies earlier simply because it had specialised counsellors for adopted children “I went to one for four years We talked of everything from relationships to work but finally the real thing came up The letter that was my real identity” she says A couple of more trips to India yielded little except bureaucratic hurdles Five years ago she had a child from her partner It was a difficult pregnancy and it consumed her entirely for a while But two years ago the longing for meeting her mother came back even stronger “That’s when I met Anjali Pawar a consultant with Against Child Trafficking (ACT) a Dutch organisation that helps adopted children search for their roots Immediately I knew that something is going to click now I have very strong intuition — a trait from my biological mum now I know” she says with a smile In the last few months things moved in quick succession — first the surname of her mother was unearthed and conveyed to her then Pawar traced an email containing pictures of her mother Then came the FaceTime call and finally the meeting in Nashik last month “The first thing I wanted to tell her was that I understand I understand her circumstances and why she had to give me up Then I wanted to let her know that I was fine Finally I wanted to thank her for giving me the gift of life despite her adverse circumstances I managed to do all of that — and more” says Liselotte of her first meeting with her mother in May this year “I hugged her and felt her bone structure As we spoke I spotted our similarities — both of us are very sure of what we want and don’t want and have very well-tuned antennas These are not traits I share with my adoptive parents though they are wonderful people” says Liselotte Did they understand her need for this search “They were very supportive and very happy I found my biological mother As for understanding the need I don’t know how many adoptive parents are able to do that For most it’s very difficult to connect to the adopted child’s deepest need The child is left alone to solve this existential question by her/himself” says Liselotte She watched and could relate acutely to the Oscar-nominated film Lion (2016) about an Indian adopted child Sheru’s search for his biological family The story is about hundreds of such children who make this attempt ACT itself has had 40 successes in the last eight years of its existence “See the man in the movie didn’t tell his parents about his search until the entire family broke down He had been playing a ‘role’ too long and not been listened to and asked about what he needed deep inside I could relate to the loneliness — how adoptive parents have little understanding of what it means to have another history in the background other than the one they give” says Liselotte Finding her mother has healed her and given her a deep sense of fulfillment “I have been given three deeply desired gifts: my son my music and and now this — meeting my biological mother” she says She is back in Sweden now She is regularly in touch with her biological mother and all set to learn Hindi “It is as if the most important piece of the jigsaw puzzle of my life has been found” says the singer who has also noticed since that her music has changed “Her songs always had a question in them now she sings as though she has the answers” says Pawar For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Published: December 20 2016 3:24 pm Related News Ranbir Kapoor is happy that his film Jagga Jasoos is finally gearing up for its big release The first trailer of the film which has just been released has the Kapoor scion all excited Talking about the film Ranbir said “It’s a dream of 15 years that is now getting fulfilled Anurag Basu Pritam Katrina Kaif and I have worked very hard on this film We have made it with a lot of heart This is a family film for kids too and we wish people really like it” Ranbir also made an appeal to the media and said”I hope the media will take this word ahead positively” The film reunites former lovers Ranbir and Katrina on screen after long While there is a whole lot of buzz surrounding the film spotlight will also be thrust on Katrina and Ranbir and it would be interesting to see if the duo will keep their differences aside and join hands to promote their film together Look at some recent pictures of Ranbir Kapoor: Speaking at Stardust Awards last evening Ranbir was modest enough to admit that his performance in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil was not superior to some other performances delivered by other superstars of Bollywood Talking to Indian Expresscom Ranbir said “Honestly I don’t think I deserve the award There are superior performances There is Amitabh Bachchan Salman Khan Sushant Singh Rajput Plus my father is winning an award for Kapoor and Sons so I am looking forward to that” Watch | Jagga Jasoos Trailer starring Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif Jagga Jasoos trailer: Ranbir Kapoor Katrina Kaif to appear in the film after their alleged breakup Also read |Jagga Jasoos trailer: Ranbir Kapoor Katrina Kaif’s world is nothing less than a Disneyadventure The actor who has just moved into his new house said he was happy in his new space “”Ghar ghar hota hai As long as you are at home comfortable and at peace That is what you call home” More from the world of Entertainment: Ranbir also refused to comment on Pakistan opening their theatres to Bollywood films “I don’t know much about it right now I will read about it and then comment” said Ranbir For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: PTI | Hyderabad | Published: July 28 2017 8:18 pm Ravi Teja appeared before the Telangana Prohibition and Excise Department’s special investigation team (SIT) Top News Popular Telugu film actor Ravi Teja today appeared before the Telangana Prohibition and Excise Department’s special investigation team (SIT) in connection with a high-end online drug racket busted by it Teja is among the 12 personalities including directors and actors from the Telugu film industry summoned by the SIT which is questioning several people as part of cases registered in connection with the racket The actor who is popularly called as Mass Maharaja by his fans has featured in many films including Amma Naana O Tamila Ammayi Dubai Seenu Kick and Don Seenu His family members earlier said he does not take drugs Teja has acted in several movies directed by Puri Jagannadh who was the first person from the film industry to be questioned recently During the investigation into the drug racket that was busted here on July 2 names of some members of the Telugu film industry had cropped up the SIT earlier said Since July 19 the SIT has questioned filmmaker Puri Jagannadh cinematographer Shyam K Naidu actors P Subba Raju Tarun Kumar and P Navdeep actresses Charmi Kaur and Mumaith Khan and art director Dharma Rao alias Chinna The SIT had two days back arrested a Dutch national Mike Kamminga (33) in connection with the ongoing investigation into a case of drugs being supplied in Hyderabad and claimed to have seized psychotropic substances from him The SIT sleuths yesterday conducted raids in different parts of the city The Excise officials have so far arrested 20 people including US citizen Dundu Anish a former aerospace engineer who has worked with the NASA and seven BTech degree-holders employed with multi-national companies in Hyderabad As a part of the racket high-end drugs like lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) and methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA) were being supplied The investigators suspect that film personalities employees of MNCs school and college students were among the clients The racketeers placed orders through ‘Darknet’ (a restricted online network frequently used in illegal activities) and the drugs were delivered by couriers including from overseas the officials said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: June 15 2017 4:15 pm Salman Khan’s Tubelight becomes first film to have hoardings at Times Square New York Related News Salman Khan’s Tubelight is ensuring that the news of its release spreads like fire In fact the flames have reached New York where the makers have installed huge hoardings of Tubelight at Times Square It seems the makers of the film are leaving no stone upturned to keep Indian fans of Salman excited about the film but also arouse curiosity among his international fans Salman is now among a small group of Bollywood celebs who had their face plastered across Times Square While the film is just eight days away from its release it was being rumoured that the Kabir Khan directorial might not make it to the theatres in Pakistan However COO of Salman Khan Films Amar Bhutala confirmed that Tubelight will definitely release in Pakistan however he could not confirm a release date for the film Apart from being a Salman Khan film what makes the audience impatient about Tubelight is the fact that after a long time the film gets Shah Rukh Khan and Salman the Karan-Arjun of Bollywood together to share the screen space Talking about SRK’s role significance Salman told Bollywoodlifecom “I am very happy that Shah Rukh Khan worked in my film His entry in the film is a significant turning point in this movie” New York Laxman yakeen laaya hai #Tubelight releasing worldwide on the 23rd of June 2017 #[email protected] @SohailKhan pictwittercom/Ggmukiqom7 — Tubelight (@TubelightKiEid) June 15 2017 Tubelight which releases on June 23 marks Salman’s third venture with director Kabir Khan after Ek Tha Tiger and Bajrangi Bhaijaan Later this year Salman Khan will also be seen in Tiger Zinda Hai directed by Ali Abbas Zafar in which the actor would be reuniting with his ex-flame Katrina Kaif For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Jyoti Sharma Bawa | New Delhi | Published: March 3 2017 11:19 am Hollywood can always go one-up on Bollywood and the flying crocodile has met his match in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ ghost sharks Top News When Hrithik Roshan’s Mohenjo Daro’s trailer landed all the spotlight went to… yes the flying crocodile But guess Hollywood can always go one-up on Bollywood and the flying crocodile has met his match in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ ghost sharks So you would ask what makes this Hollywood shark better than our desi crocodile The answer is it is a ghost shark An undead shark is always cooler and hell Hollywood got more buck to spend on CGI So we had only one magarmach (Bollywood got only so much budget) but they’ve much sharks We are so impressed with the flying undead sea monsters that we are giving them pride of place in a trailer filled with creepy moments including — wait for it — Johnny Depp’s new face The franchise’s Captain Jack Sparrow just got a facelift thanks to CG There is an undead Javier Bardem too busy chewing the scenery as Captain Salazer So impressive is this villain that the film’s British title will be Pirates of Caribbean: Captain Salazer’s Revenge Watch | Pirates of Caribbean 5 Trailer# 3 (2017) Dead Men Tell No Tales Disney Movie And post this seePirates of Caribbean 5’sMohenjo Daro’s flying crocodile connect: Directed by Joachim Rnning and Espen Sandberg the film stars Johnny Depp Orlando Bloom Javier Bardem and Geoffrey Rush The film finds Sparrow again down on his luck And for once Jack Sparrow has done something far worse than just stealing the bad guy’s ship He destroyed Salazer’s world and left him for dead But knowing the Pirates universe people have a habit of coming back to life So when the ghost sailors led by the terrifying Captain Salazer escape from the Devil’s Triangle bent on killing every pirate they are actually looking for just one — Jack Sparrow Also watch |Pirates of Caribbean 5 Trailer# 1 (2017) Dead Men Tell No Tales Also watch |Pirates of Caribbean 5 Trailer# 2 (2017) Dead Men Tell No Tales Jack’s only hope of survival lies in the legendary Trident of Poseidon To get his hands on it he forges an alliance with Pirates newbie Carina Smyth (Kaya Scodelario) a brilliant and beautiful astronomer and Henry (Brenton Thwaites) a Royal Navy sailor Now that never ends well for our indomitable pirate Pirates of Caribbean 5 will release in May We bet this one will have a bite For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News “A serious matter has arisen, I’ve had a long association with Sa Re Ga Ma Pa and for me, sugarcane, piled floor upon floor randomly, For all the latest Kolkata 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