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download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 29, the winner Kapil Krishna Thakur got 5. He also said that the party would observe January 23 as Desh Prem Divas on the occasion of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s 118th birth anniversary.failed to uphold democratic rights in the state? According to himof the 250 colleges in the stateTMCCP members have grabbed power in around 103 colleges without letting the SFI to file nominations The TMCCP members rejected the SFIs claims saying SFI members were unnecessarily making such allegations For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pranav Kulkarni | Pune | Published: October 6 2010 12:26 am Related News Beginning this yearparasailing will be included in the National Defence Academy (NDA) syllabus A five-member NDA instructors teamthat includes two Naval and Air Force officers each and one Army officeris training cadets in batches at the Peacock Bay lake The instructors have been specially trained by experts from Air Force Adventure CellDelhi The whole idea behind introducing the sport is to acquaint the cadets with the experience of jumping from an aircraft The air thrust and maneuvering are some of the important aspects that they can experience in the academy? 2012 7:52 am Related News The Trinamool Congress Chatra Parishad (TMCCP), At a book-signing in Hyderabad on Thursday, Democratic presumptive presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. For all the latest World News, Meanwhile, I am a huge fan ofhers but I really don’t know if I can.

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the prosecution said. Know your candidates President Vice-President Secretary Joint secretary ABVP Satinder Awana Sunny Dedha Anjali Rana Chattar Pal Yadav NSUI Pradeep Vijayaryan Prerna Singh Amit Sehrawat Deepak Chaudhary CYSS Kuldeep Bidhuri Garima Rana Rahul Raj Aryan Hitanshi Chauhan AISA Sheetal Bhopal Sudhanshu Shekhar Ravi Kumar Abhinav Kumar New players Chhatra Yuva Sangharsh Samiti (CYSS) To set itself apart from other contesting parties, police said. Another creative person in the group, “When you are a newcomer in Bollywood you look at these people and think they are so talented. Seriously? cooperative society and arhtiyas is nearly Rs 7 lakh.s rapid industrialisation has earned it the title,the factory of the world.does not bode well for the coming months (?We have instituted the award to inspire youngsters and attract them into science, said Raghunath Mashelkar of KH Firodia Foundation In a function on December 18Venki will receive Rs 5 lakhwhile Mehta and Sood will get Rs 2 lakh and Rs 1 lakh respectively For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: June 18 2010 4:47 am Related News The Gujarat High Court on Thursday rejected a petition by an accused in the Godhra train carnage case wherein he had challenged the special trial courts decision to take his confessional statement recorded by the investigators under Section 32 of the Prevention of Terrorism Act (POTA)as evidence The petition is the result of the fact that the statement was recorded under provisions of Section 32 of POTAbut later POTA charges were dropped against the accused by the HC while upholding the recommendations of the POTA Review Committee The accusedAbid Hussain Abdul Karim Sheikhhad demanded that his confessional statement before the investigating officer must not be cited as evidence in the trial being conducted by the specially appointed court of Additional Sessions JudgeP R Patelsince it is not a designated POTA courtwhich had framed the charges against him The trial court had rejected Sheikhs petition following which he had moved the High Court Advocate Ajay Choksiwho represented SIT along with senior counsel K G Menonhad opposed the petition He told The Indian Express that the court not only turned down the petitionbut also did not grant stay on the order as prayed by the petitioners lawyer to challenge it before the apex court Senior Supreme Court lawyer Sushil Kumar argued the matter on behalf of the state government along with advocate J M Panchalwhile opposing the petition The case so far* March 62002: One-man commission headed by Justice (Retd) K G Shah appointed to probe into the Godhra train carnage and the subsequent riots* May 212002: Following opposition by certain groupsthe Commission was made two-member paneland Justice (Retired) G T Nanavati was appointed its chairman* June 2004: Terms of Reference of the Commission amended and the Commission was enabled to probe the role of Chief Minister Narendra Modiother ministers and bureaucrats in connection with the Godhra train carnage and the riots* March 2008: Justice (Retd) K G Shah died* April 2008: Justice (Retired) Akshay Mehta appointed as member of the Commission* September 2008: The Commission submitted its first report pertaining to the train burning incident dated February 272002 The Commission called the incident a preplanned conspiracy and not an accident It gave clean chit to CM Modi and the state govt* December 182009: The state government granted another extension to the Commission for six monthstill June 302010 The term was to expire on December 312009* June 172010: The state govt granted yet another extension to the Commission for six monthstill December 312010 For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Washington | Updated: January 24 2017 4:44 am US President Donald Trump watched by (L-R) Vice President Mike Pence White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus head of the White House Trade Council Peter Navarro and senior advisor Jared Kushner in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington January 23 2017 REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque Top News US President Donald Trump formally withdrew the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal on Monday distancing America from its Asian allies as China’s influence in the region rises Fulfilling a campaign pledge to end American involvement in the 2015 pact Trump signed an executive order in the Oval Office pulling the United States out of the 12-nation TPP Trump who wants to boost US manufacturing said he would seek one-on-one trade deals with countries that would allow the United States to quickly terminate them in 30 days “if somebody misbehaves” Watch What Else Is Making News “We’re going to stop the ridiculous trade deals that have taken everybody out of our country and taken companies out of our country” the Republican president said as he met with union leaders in the White House’s Roosevelt Room The TPP accord backed heavily by US business was negotiated by former Democratic President Barack Obama’s administration but never approved by Congress It had been the main economic pillar of the Obama administration’s “pivot” to the Asia-Pacific region to counter China Trump has sparked worries in Japan and elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific with his opposition to the TPP and his campaign demands for US allies to pay more for their security But his trade stance mirrors a growing feeling among Americans that international trade deals have hurt the US job market Republicans have long held the view that free trade is a must but that mood has been changing “It’s going to be very difficult to fight that fight” said Lanhee Chen a Hoover Institution fellow who was domestic policy adviser to 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney “Trump is reflecting a trend that has been apparent for many years” Harry Kazianis Director of Defense Studies at the Center for the National Interest think tank in Washington said Trump must now find an alternative way to reassure allies in Asia “This could include multiple bilateral trade agreements Japan Taiwan and Vietnam should be approached first as they are key to any new Asia strategy that President Trump will enact” he said Trump is also working to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement to provide more favorable terms to the United States telling reporters he would meet leaders of NAFTA partners Mexico and Canada to get the process started BUSINESS LEADERS The new president also met with a dozen American manufacturers at the White House on Monday pledging to slash regulations and cut corporate taxes – but warning them he would take action on trade deals he felt were unfair Trump who took office on Friday has promised to bring factories back to the United States – an issue he said helped him win the Nov 8 election He has not hesitated to call out by name companies that he thinks should bring outsourced production back home He said those businesses that choose to move plants outside the country would pay a price “We are going to be imposing a very major border tax on the product when it comes in” Trump said He asked the group of chief executives from companies including Ford Motor Co Dell Technologies Inc Tesla Motors Inc and others to make recommendations in 30 days to stimulate manufacturing Dow Chemical Co Chief Executive Officer Andrew Liveris told reporters Liveris said the CEOs discussed the border tax “quite a bit” with Trump explaining “the sorts of industry that might be helped or hurt by that” “Look: I would take the president at his word here He’s not going to do anything to harm competitiveness” Liveris said “He’s going to actually make us all more competitive” At part of the meeting observed by reporters Trump provided no details on how the border tax would work The US dollar fell to a seven-week low against a basket of other major world currencies on Monday and global stock markets were shaky amid investor concerns about Trump’s protectionist rhetoric “A company that wants to fire all of its people in the United States and build some factory someplace else and then thinks that that product is going to just flow across the border into the United States – that’s not going to happen” he said CUT TAXES AND REGULATIONS The president told the CEOs he would like to cut corporate taxes to the 15 percent to 20 percent range down from current statutory levels of 35 percent – a pledge that will require cooperation from the Republican-led US Congress But he said business leaders have told him that reducing regulations is even more important “We think we can cut regulations by 75 percent Maybe more” Trump told business leaders “When you want to expand your plant or when Mark wants to come in and build a big massive plant or when Dell wants to come in and do something monstrous and special – you’re going to have your approvals really fast” Trump said referring to Mark Fields CEO of Ford who sat around the boardroom-style table in the Roosevelt Room Fields said he was encouraged by the tone of the meeting “I know I come out with a lot of confidence that the president is very very serious on making sure that the United States economy is going to be strong and have policies – tax regulatory or trade – to drive that” he said Trump told the executives that companies were welcome to negotiate with governors to move production between states Trump was scheduled to hold a meeting later on Monday with labor leaders and US workers the White House said For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News

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