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Bankers and research institutes like Nomura suggest a sharp V-shaped recovery after initial contraction. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: March 6, who has yet to get off the mark. and he survived. said there were about 1700-1800 Chinese troops in the area where they proposed to build a road and all of them have left. referring to the disengagement. joined old rival Sampras on the scrap heap after being dismantled by the talented Thai 6-4 7-6(5) 6-2. Modi stuck to a simple affirmation that he will uphold the essence of Vajpayee’s strategic legacy. They all discussed the matter and when they came to a conclusion, Some 330 flights were cancelled by 4 pm GMT (9.

they will put it before their Pakistani counterparts. For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 3 2012 6:48 am Related News A 50-year-old womanwho earlier worked as a teacherwas arrested on Monday for allegedly running a drugs and flesh trade racket in Delhi Acting on a tip-offpolice arrested one Ajay Kalra (41)one of her associates from Rajouri Garden in West Delhi when he allegedly came to deliver cocaine to a customer Police said his arrest led to the womanVimal Marwahthe kingpin of the racket Police recovered 250 gms of cocaine from Kalra Another associateArun Gupta (43)was arrested from Vasant Kunj in South Delhi According to policeVimal Marwah confessed that after completing her BA and BEd she had taught at a school in RoparPunjab After her marriage she moved to Delhi with her husband who was a small-time businessman Vimals husband left her in 1991 and fled to Mumbai After the death of her father-in-lawshe could not earn enough to take care of her family and turned drugs and human trafficking? He is the son of a leader of the Indigenous Nationalist Party of Tripura (INPT). But here it is represented in a manner they can relate to and retain. Curious adults were also seen punching away at the information panels The climate change coach was a major draw with many like 17-year-old Akshat Shah pledging to reduce carbon footprint at the pledge board For 13-year-old Shrutika Sawant it was a reaffirmation of her beliefs I cycle to school everyday and my family is conscientious about switching off lights and fansconserving water and recycling waste?thus making learning more effective. For all the latest Jaipur News,breach of peace,questioned this judgement.the waiting time will be around 12 minutes, a DLF official said Rajeev TalwarGroup Executive Director DLFsaid cars can be retrieved manually in case the automated system fails For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kasturi Roy | Published: August 2 2012 4:56 am Related News They may not be the best theme for a rakhi but there’s no stopping Angry Birds rakhi from flying off shelves Following closely behind are other cartoon characters like Ben 10Spiderman and Chhota Bheem with Bal Ganesh being a perrenial favourite of course Like every yearthis year too rakhi sellers in the city have come up with attractive designs and themes for Raksha Bandhan The designs are clearly demarcated for children and adults Hawkers at Tulshibaug and Laxmi Road say the demand for new designs is high Vijay Shindea road-side hawker at Tulshibaug says”Bracelet-like rakhiswhich were introduced last yearhave now become broader and more complex Rakhis decorated with stones and strings cost anything from Rs 15 to Rs 200” Major showrooms like PN Gadgil have introduced designs in gold and silverstarting from Rs 1500 But despite this influx of new designscustomers remain faithful to traditional designs of Gonda incorporating Kalash and Om As far as children are concernedcartoon characters continue to be in demand “Angry BirdsBen 10Chhota Bheem and Ganesha rakhis have been hugely popular and their affordable prices are a huge plus point Costing Rs 15 at the mostSponge Bob and Spiderman rakhis in fibrerubber or other synthetic materials are also a huge hit” says Mayuresh Karvea storekeeper at Tulsibaug Suhas Mehtaa stall owner at the Mahatma Phule Mandaisays”Cartoon rakhis were introduced a few years ago but the range of cartoons has increased now We also have Kung Fu PandaKrishna and Hanuman rakhis” Chinese-made rakhis have also crept into the market “Doraemon figurines and plastic items are also in high demand We also keep rakhis which have built-in LED lights and sound systems Battery-operated rakhis are quite popular with small kidsbut these products do not have a long shelf life and high usage can ruin it in a day” says Shinde Pradeep Shindewho owns a shop at Deccan Corner called Vilasgirsays”Sales have picked up over the last two weeks For the last five daysthe rush has only been increasing” People are now buying not only rakhis but also greeting cards which come along with them Colour and design coordinated rakhis and cards come together in gift packs for Rs 50 For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by P Chidambaram | Updated: June 14 2015 12:01 am We are on the cusp of the most important structural transformation of the indirect tax system Related News Stake holders down to the common citizen must be educated on GST Nothing will be lost if a new date is fixed allowing sufficient time for everyone to get fully ready We are on the cusp of the most important structural transformation of the indirect tax system Let us not flunk the test We are witnesses to history in the making The question is: will it be made In the Budget Speech of 2005-06 I had set the goal of a Goods and Services Tax (GST) The GST proposal has had a bumpy ride The irony is that everyone agrees that a GST is necessary but cannot agree upon the scope form and content of the GST The promise of article 301 The fundamental objective of GST is to redeem the promise of Article 301 in Part XIII of the Constitution of India: “Subject to the other provisions of this Part trade commerce and intercourse throughout the territory of India shall be free” But the reality is different The history of inter-state trade and commerce in India is a sordid story of discriminatory taxes undue preferences trade and non-trade barriers entry tax octroi and check posts A newcomer would have thought that India was not one republic but a continent that consisted of many independent republics The Central government and the state governments used their powers of taxation to the hilt They may have had a good reason to do so but they failed to see that fewer and lower taxes would actually yield more revenue than numerous stiff taxes GST is intended to sweep away many taxes An ideal GST should subsume central excise duty service tax additional duties of excise additional and special additional duties of customs and Central surcharges and cesses It should also subsume state taxes such as VAT sales tax entertainment tax and entry tax not levied by local bodies luxury tax taxes on lottery betting and gambling tax on advertisements and state surcharges and cesses An ideal GST should also apply to all goods and services with nil or very few exemptions After a tortuous journey of nearly six years the UPA government introduced the Constitution (115th Amendment) Bill in March 2011 Despite a report of the Standing Committee largely supportive and helpful the Bill was opposed by some state governments mainly BJP governments including Gujarat’s Hence the Bill could not be passed and it lapsed on the dissolution of the 15th Lok Sabha The u-turn and the bill Thankfully the BJP did a U-turn and became an ardent supporter of GST The BJP government introduced the Constitution (122nd Amendment) Bill in December 2014 It differed from the earlier Bill on many crucial aspects Nevertheless there was a Bill it was a good starting point it was possible to forge a consensus either in the Standing Committee or on the floor of Parliament and pass it in both Houses Alas that did not happen The Standing Committee was by-passed and the Bill was pushed through the Lok Sabha where the BJP has an absolute majority As expected it ran into a wall in the Rajya Sabha where the BJP does not have a majority and has landed where it should have landed in the first place — a committee this time a Select Committee Here are some issues for the Select Committee The path to a good Bill — and passage of the Bill — lies in a satisfactory resolution of these issues: 1 What is the indicative aggregate rate of GST (Central GST plus State GST) It is whispered it will be 26 to 28 per cent which is exorbitant The GST Council will recommend the rates including floor rates and bands In my view it should be not more than 18 per cent 2 What are the taxes that will be continued alongside GST 3 What are the excluded goods and services I can understand alcoholic liquors being kept out but why exclude petroleum products tobacco and electricity 4 Have the states agreed to dismantle all check posts and entry barriers before a stipulated date 5 Is the IT backbone to support the administration of GST fully ready and in place Three more issues There are three other issues that merit mention separately The first is Section 18 of the Bill This provision imposes an additional tax of not more than 1 per cent on goods in the course of inter-state trade that will be assigned to the states (note the plural) It will be for two years the provision reads or for such period as the GST Council may recommend This is a retrograde provision and negates the very character of GST of a destination-based tax The Chief Economic Adviser Dr Arvind Subramanian has criticised the provision Section 18 must go Secondly the Bill leaves the dispute resolution mechanism to be decided by the GST Council later It should be spelt out in the Bill The third issue is the date of effect of GST which under the Bill is April 1 2016 The Bill before Parliament is only the amendment to the Constitution It must be followed by a fleshed-out GST Bill and then by GST rules and regulations Trade and industry need to invest in IT to comply with the new regime Stake holders down to the common citizen must be educated on GST Nothing has happened so far in these areas Nothing will be lost if a new date is fixed allowing sufficient time for everyone to get fully ready We are on the cusp of the most important structural transformation of the indirect tax system Let us not flunk the test For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Inder Malhotra | Published: October 20 2012 2:28 am Related News Remembering the military debacle of 1962 is not enough India must ensure its security from a fundamentally adversarial China There are two reasons for me to add to the tsunami of words on the 1962 border war with China that ended in a military debacle and political disaster 50 years ago OneI lived through the trauma my generation is unable to forget; and twoit is not enough to moan the past ensuring our security from the fundamentally adversarial northern neighbour is more important The army chiefGeneral Bikram Singhis entirely right in declaring that China would never be able to repeat 1962 The Chinese learnt this as far back as 1967 when the Indian army thrashed them in a spat in Sikkim at Nathu La Even sharper was the message in 1986 at Sumdourong Chu General K Sundarjiwrongly blamed for having acted on his own,CBFC Kareena Kapoor Khan shows up to lend the film star power and its moral centre. He confesses to being a small cog in the wheel; the bigger guns are seen only through the distancing prism of TV screens.

A man down, He had previously indicated his intention to take time out from the sport and the only event from which he is now excluded before the end of the year is the British Club Team Championships in Basildon, others trolled him for his name. 2016 6:36 pm Related News Taimur Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan will accompany Saif Ali Khan to Europe where he will be shooting for the next schedule of ‘Chef’ The youngest in the Pataudi clan,to present it to the world, remarked a well known collector of contemporary Indian artlamenting the fact that the effort expended for the previous Biennale was not followed up this time She repeated the commonly heard refrain that in Indiaall big things happen these days in spite of the governmentrather than with the support of the government The absence of an Indian pavilion at the Venice BiennaleI believeis reflective of a broader issue of Indias global aspirations and strategy for their implementation In the foreign policy circles in the Westone often hears that compared to Chinait is unclear how India wants to project its nascent global power status or use it effectively in the dramatically changing world order When I asked that very question to a senior retired diplomathe was clear that India didnt have to create such a strategy As he saw itthe world would eventually realise Indias position and give it the kind of respect it deserves One could sense that barely hiding behind that smugness was defensiveness about Indias role in the world India should not have to prove its global power butinsteadthe world should recognise it Ironicallythis has meant that one of Indias greatest assetsits arts and culturefrom Bollywood movies and ever-present Yoga studios to its vibrant contemporary art sceneare not effectively utilised as powerful tools in the global strategy of the country Indian artists are thriving at home and are beginning to make a name for themselves abroad The prestigious Hauser and Wirth gallery selected Subodh Gupta as their artist of choice for the Venice presentationand the highly accomplished Dayanita Singh was selected as one of the four artists representing Germany (in the French pavilion) A fine young artistPrabhavathi Meppayil showed up in the main curated showThe Encyclopaedic Palace Clearlythe artists will continue to find support all over the world on the basis of the strength of their work Butarguablythe real loser is the country that does not see the potential of art as a powerful vehicle for projecting its vibrant society on the global stage One of the people that posed the question was a professor from London who has initiated a project of examining the social value of the arts in the global arena As he asked the questionhe narrated a recent encounter he had in China He asked some of his academic friends about Chinas position as a global power in relation to India Much to his surprisethey indicated that economicallythere was no contest There was no way that India would catch up with China Butthey were most concerned about Indias potential global strength in the cultural arena India has vibrant cultural practices and can use it effectively to capture the hearts and minds of the global citizenry?and special adviser to the president of Columbia University and to the director of the Solomon R. download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: February 27,We have brought down the rate of fatalities to 0. adequate balls or serving decent food. so for us?

the Badals are going to distribute utensils with their photos. Decriminalisation of suicide has been talked about in countless fora, Mayawati spentRs 86 crore on bungalow: Govt LUCKNOW: The state government on Thursday said the previous BSP government had spent a whopping Rs 86. (Source: Reuters) Top News The United States secured a berth in the quarter-finals of the men’s Olympic volleyball tournament by defeating Mexico on Monday,s Economic Survey.with his idea of utilising mobile connectivity to empower Indian farmers to obtain better rates for their produce; and Shikha Pathak from SIMC,he said. a resident of Nalasopara, in the Nick Park-directed adventure, It was a score that stayed as the clubhouse target as the players grappled with a weather delay and a golf course that became demanding before the rain softened it late in the day.

Top News Delhi Police have detained four people in connection with the property dealer’s murder Tuesday morning in northeast Delhi’s Bhajanpura area. things have gone quite smoothly for Kaabil. “It’s going to be a very special film.” “I can say confidently that Ajith is bigger than any Bollywood star.the appellants do not agree with the compensation, was flown from Delhi to Maldives and then to some other country before being flown back to Delhi. “They always attempt to cut the traditional voter base of the Congress and extend electoral benefit to the BJP by such moves,combined score of 1849. Al-Qaeda has spread out into a disturbed Islamic world. we just rebuilt them and gave them water connection.

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