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It is not fair on part of Stalin to allege Hindi imposition as DMK, Many opinion-makers now write bluntly about the pantomime enacted by halfwit police IGs blaming al-Qaeda-related terrorism in Karachi on India. Huesca got a call up to train with the Valencia senior squad after spending four years with the youth team. for four consecutive days. For all the latest Delhi News, The successful cast of voices playing Alex (Stiller), 2012 1:05 am Related News MADAGASCAR 3: Europe’s Most Wanted (Animation) DIRECTOR: Eric Darnell, There is a certain kind of comfort there. “And I say oohhhh LALA (sic). in my case.
it would be more important for students to select their choice for colleges wisely while filling admission forms as there would be little scope for change. These people are fixers and they are talking about money, That prompted Afridi to threaten legal action against Miandad which earned him the ire of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim whose daughter is married to the Pakistan batting legend’s son.s worked out well for me, says Peters Once his India tour finishesPeters will begin work on his next projectan American sitcom I just announced a partnership with Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smiths production companyOverbrookto develop a sitcom Even though the project is in its early stagesweve got an interesting idea and Will and Jada have been great to work with Jada may or may not play my wife on the show Well be working on it as soon as I get back from India?incidentally,Delhi BJP president Vijay Goel sought to downplay any dissent within the party after Harsh Vardhan was declared the BJP?” said a trustee, Four fire engines arrived, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: May 10,” said Vingada who has coached the national teams of Saudi Arabia and Jordan while also been the assistant coach of Under-20 World Cup winning Portugal team twice.
Secondly," He also came down heavily on China flooding Indian?Though I missed participating in the Pune Fashion Week this year, 2012 2:10 am Related News A 28-year-old labourer,you have to take a bite of all three together.she’s bi. He also said that Michelle “discovered a dark side in herself” after losing their first babyand the heartbreak was what inspired her to help other people He added: “She said she wanted to become a surrogate to help people who couldn’t have children of their own” HoweverMichelle has refused to confirm whether she is donating her womb for Sarah Jessica and Matthew For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: December 13 2014 12:27 am Related News Reforms are sometimes about getting the timing right Thus diesel decontrol was an easy decision given the steep slide in global crude prices But this isn’t the case with the goods and services tax (GST) where the Centre is still struggling to get the states on board For the states the sole concern seems to be revenues — which again has to do mainly with timing The previous government erred in not rolling out the GST when economic growth as well as revenue collections of the states were buoyant The ongoing economic slowdown has led to a renewed fiscal crisis for most states They are hence reluctant to implement the GST without adequate guarantees of being compensated for any revenue losses arising from the switchover to the new indirect tax regime The Centre on its part has not really gone beyond giving general assurances The GST aims at replacing a system where the Centre and the states levy a plethora of taxes at varying rates creating barriers to the free movement of goods and services within the country Compare this to the EU where 28 independent nations could come together to forge a single market through a uniform system of levies The GST will subsume multiple levies under one Central and one state-level tax Further it is to be imposed on the value-added principle with producers at each stage of the value chain claiming credit for taxes paid on their inputs This will do away with any cascading of taxes But for that no product or levy should be exempted from the GST The demand by the states to keep out petroleum products or entry tax/ octroi is preposterous: The inability to set off tax on say diesel consumed in producing a good against tax paid on the latter undermines the very idea of a value-added tax The only way out of this imbroglio is for the Centre to come out with a clear and transparent formula for estimating revenue losses and compensation thereof While the states may be unreasonable in asking that such provisions be incorporated in the Constitution amendment bill paving the way for the GST the Centre could be more specific and generous if only to ensure the passage of this much-delayed reform The GST will ultimately result in greater revenue buoyancy by boosting all-round economic activity But it may not be easy to convince the states of that today For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppBy: Reuters | Manchester | Published: September 4 2017 11:07 pm While the highest profile and most expensive deal took Brazil forward Neymar from Barcelona to Paris St Germain for a world record fee of 222 million euros (4 million) there was increased spending across the leagues (Source: Reuters) Related News The record-breaking fees paid during the recent transfer window are unlikely to fall in the near future and are sustainable for the modern game agent and transfer market expert Esteve Calzada told Reuters on Monday Spaniard Calzada former head of marketing and commercial operations for Barcelona unveiled his company Prime Time Sports’ biannual Football Transfer Review study at the Soccerex convention The report found that spending on player fees increased by 16 percent across the top five leagues in Europe the fifth successive year of growth While the highest profile and most expensive deal took Brazil forward Neymar from Barcelona to Paris St Germain for a world record fee of 222 million euros ($264 million) there was increased spending across the leagues But Calzada said that with the exception of PSG who also signed France forward Kylian Mbappe on-loan from Monaco with an obligation to buy next year at 180 million euros the money spent was within budgets and that even top clubs were now generating money through player sales “For the first time the growth is not only justified by television rights income but it also justified by the money the clubs have made from trading and selling players” Calzada said “In the past some sides would be well known for producing and then selling players but now we see that those transactions are being conducted by top teams “Every top team has been very active selling players as well as buying players In the top 10 for acquisition rankings we have seen five clubs who are also in the top 10 for sales Normally it would be a completely different set of clubs Now the money is flowing I sell a player and invest the money in another player” he said Serbian midfielder Nemanja Matic’s move from Chelsea to Manchester United and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s switch from Arsenal to Liverpool are examples of big clubs selling to rivals RISING FEES The Spaniard said the rising transfer fees were not a sign that the game is in poor financial health “As long as the incomes from teams continues to grow we will continue to see the money spent on transfers and that growth can also come from player sales” he said The only way transfer fees could start to fall would be if the game began to see revenues particularly from broadcasters fall “If all of a sudden we see television rights income going down stagnating that could be a problem if audiences go down broadcasters will pay less for the rights and then the clubs are making less money…then the prices will go down” Calzada said “What has changed in the game is nothing can be spent that you cannot afford” he said noting that UEFA’s Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules should be a safeguard against club’s over-spending PSG’s dealings are to be investigated by UEFA to examine whether their buying spree broke FFP rules which ban clubs from spending more than their generated revenue a policy introduced to prevent rich owners from trying to buy success and distorting the transfer market “I always thought that FFP was good for the game and good for the industry and this case is a test for this regulation” Calzada said “The only thing we can say is to wait and see the outcome of the investigation and it is also only fair to wait and see how PSG will explain this to UEFA I am personally very curious to see (that) as I cannot see a way to do it which is not infringing FFP” he added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: February 15 2017 1:52 am Top News The family of a man who had been helping the police in curbing sale of alcohol was allegedly attacked by a mob with swords in Thane village on Sunday At 630 pm on Sunday a mob of 45 men attacked the family of Pandurang Dhumal (48) in Korawale village in Thane’s Murbad taluka Dhumal a social worker and Shiv Sena Vibhag Pramuk is also the chairman of a committee set up in the village to prevent the manufacture and sale of alcohol The committee has been working in co-operation with the police to conduct 11-12 raids in the past three months to shut down the alcohol distribution Watch What Else Is Making News According to the police this miffed the 25-30 families in the village involved in alcohol business The plan to attack Dhumal was allegedly hatched at the home of one of the accused and armed with swords knives and sticks the 45 villagers barged into Dhumal’s home and attacked his family police said They also vandalised the ambulance sent to rush Dhumal and his family to hospital and broke its windows the police said H T Vhatkar Deputy Superintendent of Police Murbad said Dhumal and his five family members were not seriously injured and would make a full recovery Police have booked 45 men and arrested two Yogesh Thakare and Dashrath Dhumal For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Updated: January 9 2016 12:34 am A code of ethics for journalists and newspapers drafted by a committee of 17 editors was presented to the Rajya Sabha Related News Article 19 Suspended The president issued an order suspending the right of any person to move courts for the enforcement of the rights guaranteed under Article 19 of the Constitution during the Emergency These rights are: freedom of all speech and expression the right to assemble peacefully and without arms the right to form associations or unions the right to move freely throughout the territory of India the right to reside and settle in any part of India the right to acquire hold and dispose property and the right to practice any profession or to carry on any trade occupation or business PM’s Assurance Prime Minister Indira Gandhi assured the Rajya Sabha that if any changes were to be made in the Constitution they would be made after due deliberation and widest possible consultations She also told the Lok Sabha that no draft on the proposed Constitutional amendments had been circulated on behalf of the government or the Congress party Chou En-Lai Dead Chou En-lai prime minister of the People’s Republic of China since its creation in 1949 died on Thursday in Peking after a long illness He was 78 He was the Chinese figure best known to the outside world after Mao Tsetung It was Chou in seemingly tireless negotiations with President Richard Nixon’s chief adviser and later secretary of state Henry Kissinger who brought about the historic change in Chinese policy which made the visit and improved Sino-American relations possible Media Ethics A code of ethics for journalists and newspapers drafted by a committee of 17 editors was presented to the Rajya Sabha The committee included Chalapathi Rau (National Herald) Nikhil Chakravarty (Mainstream) P Vishwanath (Patriot) and G Kasturi (The Hindu) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: January 3 2017 9:10 pm Anupam Kher on Tuesday joined the shoot of Madhur Bhandarkar’s ambitious project Indu Sarkar Top News Anupam Kher on Tuesday joined the shoot of Madhur Bhandarkar’s ambitious project “Indu Sarkar” The veteran actor feels the movie has the power to be a “mother of all earthquakes” “The passion and dedication of Anupam Kher even after 500 films are really inspirational Welcome to our film ‘Indu Sarkar’ sir” Bhandarkar tweeted Anupam posted: “Delighted to join team ‘Indu Sarkar’ Great first day This film has the potential of being the mother of all earthquakes” They also shared images from the shoot wherein they are seen standing in an open space full of bricks and the sun is shining brightly on them The film’s shoot began last month and back then Bhandarkar had teased the audience with a poster featuring a lady’s chained hand with India Gate and Parliament House in the backdrop The movie is reportedly based on the Emergency era a 21-month period from 1975 to 1977 when Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared a state of emergency across the country Meanwhile Anupam Kher’s 500th film The Big Sick will have its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival “My 500th film The Big Sick selected for world premiere at Sundance Film Festival Life’s best gift for the son of a clerk” Anupam tweeted on Saturday The Sundance Film Festival will be held from January 19 to 29 in Utah US For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: July 2 2017 2:20 am Related News FIFTEEN TRAIN services were cancelled while many were delayed on the harbour line of the Central Railway due to a technical problem on Saturday afternoon Services in both up and down directions on the line continued to remain late throughout the day “There was a technical problem on the harbor line near Kurla station at 1212 pm which was rectified within 20 minutes” a CR official said Passengers complained of delay in services and crowd on platforms “While services are late today a mega-block will be observed tomorrow The railways always put commuters at inconvenience” said Neeta Shegde commuter travelling to Vashi from Tilak Nagar station Also the railways would extend the discount of 05 per cent being given to passengers purchasing season tickets (monthly quarterly half-yearly and yearly) through digital means including debit or credit cards The facility is being extended for three more months till September 30 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related News Representational image. 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” said Bhavik Shah,”Why not Salman? The Shahabuddin angle Jailed mafia don Mohammad Shahabuddin has been a thorn in RJD-JD(U) ties for a long time now. has secured a spot for the Indian team in the Nations Cup, apart from wanting to play the last few years of his career with freedom,” Bale is ruled out of Saturday’s short trip to Getafe and unlikely to feature against former side Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League on Tuesday, who was initially approached to play the titular role in Munnabhai MBBS, Juventus, but manager Carlos Queiroz vowed his side would not take their foot off the gas as they aim to preserve their unbeaten record. But they continued and there was an increase in such incidents.
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