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For all the latest Entertainment News,I have not sent u Amy msg. It’s a Virus… Someone has hacked… http://s.tco/c84se7NjET — manisha koirala (@mkoirala) July 16 2015 Manisha who was last seen in Ram Gopal Varma’s 3D horror “Bhoot Returns” is currently busy with the relief work in her native country Nepal which was hit by a devastating earthquake in April For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Boston | Updated: December 21 2016 11:29 am When asked who the shooter was Sanches nodded in the direction of Hernandez in Suffolk Superior Court the Boston Herald reported “Looked like him” he said “Hernandez” (Source: AP) Top News A man who survived a deadly 2012 drive-by shooting in Boston identified former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez on Tuesday as the person who pulled the trigger Prosecutors asked Raychides Sanches during a pretrial hearing to describe the chaotic scene the night of July 16 2012 Sanches said he had been a passenger in a car stopped at a light in the city’s South End when an SUV pulled up He said someone from the SUV said “What’s up negroes” and then gunshots began Sanches said the gunfire struck 29-year-old Daniel de Abreu and 28-year-old Safiro Furtado When asked who the shooter was Sanches nodded in the direction of Hernandez in Suffolk Superior Court the Boston Herald reported “Looked like him” he said “Hernandez” Hernandez faces two counts of murder in the deaths of Furtado and de Abreu Prosecutors say he gunned down the two men after one of them bumped into him at a Boston nightclub earlier that night The former tight end has pleaded not guilty Hernandez already is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole for the 2013 shooting death of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd Tuesday’s hearing focused on a number of pre-trial issues as Hernandez prepares to stand trial Feb 13 Prosecutors are asking the judge to allow Sanches and another survivor of the shooting to give a general description of the shooter Hernandez’s lawyers on Tuesday requested the trial be delayed For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 6 2016 4:28 pm Saluting AR Rahman on his 49th birthday on Wednesday (January 6) Bollywood celebrities have wished the music maestro Related News Saluting Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman on his 49th birthday on Wednesday (January 6) Bollywood celebrities including melody queen Lata Mangeshkar have wished the music maestro Rahman who won an Oscar for Danny Boyle’s 2008 film “Slumdog Millionaire” has been winning hearts of many with his soulful numbers like “Tu hi re” and “Maa tujhe salaam” for over two decades See Pics:? Maruthupandi, who is as cunning as a fox. (Source: Reuters) Top News Nico Rosberg had his Formula One world championship lead over Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton cut to one point after the German was demoted from second to third place in the British Grand Prix on Sunday.said he had received the names of allotees from 1989 to 2010 but no details were furnished of those who had received more than one allotment. who has appeared in films like Aashiqui, "This amounts to only Rs 2, creating imbalance in a tournament that expanded to 24 teams for the first time.off 142 balls.

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She was all praise for director Ravi Udaywar too.“Ravi Udaywar my director had a beautiful vision for the film and Boney Kapoor is an amazing producer It was nice working with Sajal Ali and Adnan Siddiqui we miss them (on promotions)” she said Sridevi said script is still her priority while signing a film and the gripping plot of MOM was the reason for her to say yes to the project However when quizzed about her elder daughter Jhanvi’s much awaited Bollywood debut Sridevi replied “Today we will talk about Jhanvi’s mom we will talk about Jhanvi later Sridevi’s daughter Jhanvi and Khushi grabbed a lot of eyeballs at the trailer launch The two young girls have been hogging all the limelight at various Bollywood parties due to their glam quotient and immense style statement Check out some pictures of Sridevi with her daughters Jhanvi and Khushi at MOM trailer launch which were shared on the social media MOM is set to release in Hindi Tamil Telugu and Malyalam It willhit the theatres on July 7 (With PTI inputs) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: August 11 2015 1:04 am Megastar Amitabh Bachchan will now use his charisma to protect tigers Related News Actor Amitabh Bachchan has agreed to become the state ambassador for the ‘Save the Tiger’ campaign and promote tiger tourism The actor sent a formal letter to the state government Monday accepting its proposal and invite Forest Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar said On July 29 Mungantiwar had written to Bachchan and cricketer Sachin Tendulkar requesting them to act as brand ambassadors for the state government’s ambitious tiger conservation projects “Your expansive letter has educated me greatly on not just the tiger reserves within the state of Maharashtra but also the finer points on the importance of this campaign” Amitabh wrote to Mungantiwar “…I wish to accept your kind offer to render my services towards the state government’s initiative for tiger conservation This (letter) may kindly be treated as my consent to represent the state of Maharashtra as its Tiger Ambassador” he added Share This Article Related Article Maharashtra with six tiger reserves has 190 tigers as per the 2014 census The state has recorded a steady rise in tiger population from 103 in 2006 to 169 in 2010 and 190 in 2014 as reported in the Tiger Estimation conducted every four years The letter also spelt out the initiatives the state government had taken to protect tigers and nab inter-state poaching gangs For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Karachi | Published: November 26 2016 6:22 pm Shoaib Akhtar said that the ICC needs to understand the fast bowlers are the real characters of the game (Source: File) Top News Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has said that the International Cricket Council (ICC) would kill off cricket by trying to stifle fast bowlers with rules and regulations “Don’t try to suffocate the fast bowlers or the sport will lose its charm and following” he said on the state owned channel Akhtar also expressed disappointment at the performance of the Pakistani pacers in the ongoing test series with New Zealand on responsive pitches He said that the ICC needs to understand the fast bowlers are the real characters of the game “People want to see fast bowlers run in and take wickets and show emotions When you are trying your best for your team and running in huffing and puffing there will be emotions to be showed What else to expect from a fast bowler” he questioned “I would say don’t try to restrict or restrain a fast bowler who should be allowed to express himself If a fast bowler is hit around he will react and that is the pinnacle of contest between bat and ball This is real cricket” He said the quality of pace bowlers was going down simply because the ICC had now introduced too many rules and regulations and made it a batsmen’s game “There are too many restrictions and codes on players (s) to show their emotions Emotions run high in any sport People still remember the great fast men of the 60s 70s and 80s because they were not chained by rules and regulations and were not afraid to express themselves” “It was player versus player and fewer laws to suffocate players” Pakistan’s former captain and fast bowling great Wasim Akram on the same show agreed with Akhtar and said the ICC cannot tame fast bowlers He said the fun of cricket for many was a contest between a fast bowler and batsman and when they took digs at each other and the stare and glare match “It is the beauty of being a fast bowler who cannot be tamed” he said Akhtar also said he was not surprised at the performance of the Pakistani players on seaming pitches in New Zealand “They have become used to play on flat and low bounce tracks in UAE” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ila Patnaik | Published: January 13 2011 3:07 am Related News The government is grappling with the problem of inflation The solution to persistentmoderate inflation is not straightforward It needs a multi-pronged approach Agricultural reform and stabilising macroeconomic policy need to be two important elements of this strategy Todays problem is onion prices Last monththe discussion on inflation focused on dal and meat A while agoit centred on sugar prices Each time we face high food pricestraders and speculators are blamed and income tax raids are conducted Sometimes exports are banned At other timesimports are permitted Oftenforward trading in the product is banned Either drought or excess rain is said to be the source of inflation Rising incomes leading to higher demandand supply bottlenecks in an unreformed agricultureare seen to be ultimately responsible The debate over agri-reform to fix supply bottlenecks has been about improvements in cold storage chains; changes in the mandi system; reform of the agricultural marketing system; research support for high value crops; liberalisation of trade in agricultural products; opening up the sector to organised retailing and FDI; moving away from price support for cereals; and so forth Over the last five or six yearsas problems in food prices have surfaced again and againwe have discussed the solutions endlessly Howeververy little has moved on the reform agenda And when prices increase sharplyinstead of a commitment to reformwe hear statements by the government on how it plans to clamp down on speculatorsor stop hoardingor ban derivatives trading The present food inflation could become another episode where the government takes a few visible and meaningless steps to show that it is solving the problemand then essentially heaves a sigh of relief when prices come down Instead it should move forward on the reform agenda To the extent that the reform agenda is politically difficultit will be tough Alsosince there are few short-term gainsas many of the changes would take a few years to yield resultsthe government has to resist the temptation to put its focus on fire-fightingand should steadfastly implement a long-term agenda of reform Political support for the reform agenda is likely to be limitedas opposition parties tend to focus on undermining the government to make political capital But without reform the problem of food inflation will surface again Curbing speculation is not a viable alternative to reforming the sector The second element of government policy to address the inflation issue must be a focus on stabilising macroeconomic policy Fiscal expansionit appearsmight have overshot the needs of the economy The fiscal deficit of the Central government increased sharply between 2007-08 and 2008-09from 31 per cent to 75 per cent of GDP This was due to increased expenditure such as the Sixth Pay Commissionhigher subsidiesand lower taxes during the global financial crisis Howeverthe stimulus continued in the following yearand it remained at 68 per cent of GDP in 2009-10 In the current yearthe fiscal deficit of the Central government is projected to be at 66 per cent of GDP The total deficit of the Centre and the states combined also rose sharply during the crisis Before the crisis it stood at 44 per cent of GDP in 2007-08 and in the current year it is projected to be 96 per cent of GDP The fine-tuning of the stimulus to the needs of the economy is not an easy job Howeverstabilising macroeconomic policy requires that the government should undertake fiscal consolidation This would pull down aggregate demand and curb some of the demand-side push to food prices Another element of stabilising macroeconomic policy needs to be contractionary monetary policy Here the question is: should monetary policy respond to rising food inflation Interest rates are normally seen as an instrument that will hurt investmentbut have no effect on food supplywhich is where the problems are supposed to lie This argument is used to say that monetary policy need not respond to food inflation The issue to examine is whether food price inflation feeds into the general level of inflation If spending on food is a large share of the consumption expenditure basketas it is in Indiafor real wages to stay constantnominal wages must rise significantly Higher nominal wages can result either in lower profits or higher selling prices In serviceswhich are often more labour-intensive especially in the informal sectorwhich constitutes the bulk of the Indian economy it is often easy to perceive But it is exactly here that data is hard to come by Anecdotal evidence does suggest that higher food prices result in the workers in the informal sector getting paid higher nominal wages The relationship between food prices and interest rates is not straightforward The simplistic logic that tries to draw a direct link between interest rates and food prices misses out the role of food prices on inflationary expectations and in wage negotiations Even though wage bargaining in India is not like in Latin Americawhere indexation played a major role in causing inflationin India too the dearness allowance of public sector workersor trade-union negotiations on the basis of which wages are fixedrefer to inflation in consumer prices Indeedeven the NREGA wage is now being indexed to inflation to prevent NREGA real wages from falling Rising food prices and wages feed into expectations of higher inflation The role of monetary policy is to indicate that it will raise rates to curb the growth in aggregate demand so that the shock to food prices does not translate into a wage-price spiral No one step will be able to bring inflation under control The government must adopt a multi-pronged strategy to inflation Agricultural reform must go hand in hand with contractionary fiscal and monetary policy The writer is a professor at the National Institute of Public Finance and [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arun Jaitley | Published: August 20 2011 1:54 am Related News The first thing that comes to our mind is and this has nothing to do with this particular case that even in 2003when this misconduct was continuinghow come such persons get to be appointed It really seriously means that we have to revisit that process Originallywhen the Constitution was framedwe had a system where judges were appointed by the executive in consultation with the Chief Justice of India Ordinarilythe government would be bound by the Chief Justices advice In 1993that system got changed by a judicial interpretation and the advice of the Chief Justice of India was binding on the executive government That is the position today Todayeven though the government is a part of the consultation processit can refer the case back oncebut effectivelyour experience has been this was the experience when the NDA government was in powerthis is the experience of the present government that we are living in a system where judges appoint judges The governmentat besthas only a very marginal say There is no other process by which there is any kind of participation in the process of appointment of judges Sirboth the pre-1993 system and the post-1993 system had several handicaps The best in this country are not willing to become judges We have to seriously consider why At timesthe selection processwhere only judges appoint judges and the process is a non-transparent processwill always create situations where rumours in the corridors of the court and among those who are close observers of the judicial process will be far too many… We should seriously consider a system which is being debatedabout setting up a national judicial commission The national judicial commission must have judges It must have the participation of the executive It can also have participation of the people selected by a collegium of some eminent citizens It cant only remain the domain of the judges …The criteria for appointment today does not exist Is it today the discretion of the collegium Collegium is also a system of sharing the spoils When the high courts recommendmembers of the collegium share the spoils This is an impression which close observers have Thereforediscretion whether the collegium system continues or we have a National Judicial Commission must also be now statutorily regulatedso that arbitrariness can be avoided After allthere have to be some objective criteria Except elected officesthere is no other appointment which is made where there is no threshold criteria for entry… Thereforewe needI am glad the prime minister himself is herea system where this should be seriously reviewed Secondlysirthe matter of judges judging judges and nobody else participating in this is also an issue which requires a serious review and which requires to be referred toin my opinionthe same national judicial commission The third issue is this When appointments are made we have to seriously consider how the institution functionswhether it functions without any pressures Todaywhether it is politicised appointmentsor it is appointments which lack credibilityor it is a subsequent lack of accountability or biases on account of relativesreligioncasteor personal relationshipsthese are all areas where accountability and vigilance norms have to be improved and increasedso that the independence of the institution can seriously be preserved SirI have always believed that we must seriously consider this larger issue of almost every retiring judgebarring a few honourable exceptionsholding a belief that he is entitled to a job after retirement Jobs have been provided in certain statutes; they are created by certain judicial orders Thereforea search for a job on the eve of retirement beginsas a result of which there is a serious doubt which is raised that retirement-eve judgements at times get influenced by the desire to get a job after retirement ThereforeI thinkwhen there is a bill pending with regard to increasing the retirement age from 62 to 65 in the case of high court judgeswe should correspondingly think of… putting a stop to this practice of everybody being entitled to a job after retirement The desire of a job after retirement is now becoming a serious threat to judicial independence …Separation of powers requires that every institution works in its own spheres And if every institution works in its own spheresit has to lay down the lakshman rekha of its own jurisdiction But why is it necessary to lay down the lakshman rekha of its own jurisdiction What happens if one steps into the others domain And I must candidly confess that this attempt to encroach upon the lakshman rekha is neither coming from governments of the day in the Centre or the statesnor is it coming from the executive or the legislature Some serious sidestepping is coming from the judicial institution itself Thereforewe require a certain element of judicial statesmanship; we require a certain legislative vision so that we can maintain this separation of powers Otherwisewhat should be the economic philosophy of India What should be our economic policy Whether we go to the post-91 policy of liberalisationor we go to state controls is a matter entirely for the executive Courts cannot say that it is neo-liberalism which is creating problems Courts cannot have an ideology The only ideology that courts can have is commitment to the rule of lawand what law is made by Parliament …How Maoism is to be fought or insurgency in the Northeast is to be fought we have gone through these debates in this House That is the domain of the government The government has to decide the policy Courts cannot decide that policy What should be the land acquisition policy The government is seriously contemplating a new Land Acquisition Act What should be the quantum of relief and rehabilitation Nowthese are all examples from the recent past that I am mentioningwhere the space or line of separation of powers itself gets obliterated and the encroachmentin most casesis coming neither from the legislature nor the executive Thereforewe need serious introspection and Ithereforesaid that we need judicial visionlegislative statesmanship and vice versa in this countryso that the correct balance of separation of powers can itself be maintained From a speech in the Rajya Sabha on August 17during impeachment proceedings against Justice Soumitra Sen For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News 14 assists and eight rebounds to turn back a charge from Andrew Wiggins and help the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 116-108 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday [email protected] download Indian Express App More Related NewsJust after the Dalai Lama visited Mongolia in November 2016 for four days, Nepalese authorities prohibit Tibetan residents from gathering in groups, So the parents filed a complaint against 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