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They reckon the twice World Cup champ could form the enduring image of this Olympics, three women,500 for all classes. to join us, Bose said District leaders will be asked to identify former Left farmer leaders who still have significant command over the areas They will be requested to join the Trinamools farmer wing To ensure thiswe need to keep in mind that persons with vested interest do not find a place in the organisation So this job has to be done with utmost care? even if Italy gave them a few scares. For all the latest Pune News, Residents say settling down so ‘far away’ will be difficult. download Indian Express App More Related NewsPune | Published: January 2, And The Hero. The injured have been identified as autorickshaw driver Ram Gadekar.
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State water resources minister Rajib Lochan Pegu admits a major portion is old and weak If there were 234 breaches in 1988floods led to 354 breaches in 2004195 in 2007 and 60 in 2012 For oncethe problem isnt lack of funds Between 2008-12Assam received Rs 113874 crore from the Centre for flood-related schemesover and above the Rs 83264 crore it got on the recommendations of a task force on floods constituted by the PM in 2004 In Julythe PM promised Rs 500 crore more The writer is a Special Correspondent based in Guwahati [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe GST Council has fixed the tax rate moving a step ahead in materialising the dream to make India a single market from 1 April 2017 Finance minister Arun Jaitley said at a press conference that GST Council has fixed the four-tier structure of 5 percent 12 percent 18 percent and 28 percent Reuters The Centre had earlier proposed the tiers at 6 12 18 and 26 percent the peak rate being for FMCG and consumer durables The Council comprising state finance ministers and headed by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has opted for a lower rate of 5 percent instead of the proposed 6 percent The members have agreed to raise the higher slab to 28 percent rate from the proposed 26 percent The middle slabs of 12 percent and 18 percent for certain categories have been retained The finance minister said 50 percent of the goods comprising the CPI basket will attract no tax The five percent tax rate is applicable on items for mass consumption There are two standard rates of 12 percent and 18 percent Most of the white goods will be taxed at 28 percent with riders under GST as against the present 30-31 percent The finance minister also said that several items will be transferred to 18 percent bracket from 28 percent now The cess on sin and energy cess will be added to state compensation pool The Centre has agreed to to pay Rs 50000 crore as compensation in the first year of GST to make good the revenue loss incurred by states GST Council has approved cess on tobacco products and sin items Aerated drinks pan masala luxury cars and tobacco will be taxed higher than 28 percent The decision on rate for gold is yet to be taken Tax rate was considered one of the most contentious issue With a resolution arrived at for this Parliament can now go ahead with the legislations of the Central GST (CGST) and Integrated GST (IGST) in the Winter Session beginning November 16 and pave the way for rollout of the new indirect tax regime from April 1 next year Commenting on the development Abhishek Jain partner Ernst and Young said with the GST Council arriving at a decision on tax rates and slabs one of the fundamental issues regarding the tax reform has been resolved "Now the committee of secretaries need to decide on what products will fall under each tax bracket The industry will be keenly awaiting these decisions since that is likely to have impact on their businesses" he said However the council may be able to take a decision on taking up required legislations in the coming Winter Session now he said With PTI By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: July 10 2017 3:43 pm The continued rise of popular fiction in India is a story of optimism against an elitist point of view (Source: Goodreads) Top News Brutally sidelined by critics made fun of by several headline authors and even rejected for its “average and below-average” standard of writing the continued rise of popular fiction in India is a story of optimism against an elitist point of view While there can be no denying the fact that all books particularly fiction must maintain a high literary standard it is also true that the Indian readership in English is in its infancy With a 7404 per cent literacy rate on paper a large chunk of the population cannot read and write and for even those who can read and understand English books of high literary standard are not always the first choice The role of popular fiction is thus very significant in the Indian context The rise of authors like Chetan Bhagat and Durjoy Dutta are case studies which provide sufficient reasons to believe that there is a much greater demand for such books than those of high literary standards Another significant aspect of popular fiction is the fact that it helps create first-time readers A larger portion of the hundreds of thousands of readers of Chetan Bhagat studies have shown were first-time readers who gradually moved on to read the next level of books “It is a continuing process you see” says bestselling thriller writer Ravi Subramanian “Once a first-time reader finishes a simply written romantic or you know a story that he can relate to he is elevated to the next level It is not going to be the end but a mere beginning of his tryst with reading” As monsoon sets in it’s raining romances for readers of popular fiction as four promising titles that may soon land up in the bestseller lists have already hit the stands The protagonist of the first novel “What Kitty Did” (HarperCollins/ Rs 299/ 306 pages) by Trisha Bora has more troubles than she can count on her fingers “Her love life is wonky her paycheck is shit She has badly behaved hair and struggles with a sugar addiction To top it off her pushy mother has set her up with a gorgeous but stuck-up guy who is sending her mixed signals” mentions the summary of the book When a diplomat’s celebrity wife Roxy Merchant falls dead during dinner at their posh central Delhi bungalow Kitty’s boss gives her a chance to write a profile piece and the hint of a promotion She’s on to something big and it can perhaps change her current life forever But Kitty also has a knack for bungling things up The second novel “No Strings Attached” by Sheila Kumar (Harlequin/ Rs 199/ 182 pages) is about Samar Pratap Singh and Nina Sabharwal who can’t seem to keep their hands off each other Yet they don’t quite trust each other either: He thinks she’s eyeing bigger fish; she’s convinced he’s a heart-breaker Both of them have decided that falling in love is simply not an option — no strings attached is how they roll Only the fact that they have to see each other at work every day makes situations stickier and the more their lives become intertwined the more they realise that love — a real and lasting love — is just a leap of faith away And then there is “Man of Her Match” by Sakshama Puri Dhariwal (Penguin/ Rs 299/ 254 pages) Kicked off the team for a series of misdemeanours Indian cricket’s bad boy Vikram Walia finally has a chance at redemption The only problem: It involves collaborating with his childhood best friend-turned-sworn enemy Nidhi Marwah Once a tomboy now a gorgeous self-assured marketing professional Nidhi must put aside her personal dislike of Vikram and leverage his unparalleled fame and poster-boy good looks for her latest campaign But the ensuing battle of sardonic jibes and veiled slurs only heightens their blazing chemistry Soon memories of their past fill their present pulling them back to that fateful day when a heartless act destroyed their friendship Can Vikram and Nidhi put their stormy history behind them Will their partnership have a second innings Find out the answers in the book The last novel “When Dimple Met Rishi” by Sandhya Menon (Hachette India/ Rs 399/ 380 pages) is the most promising of all and even though it is branded as popular fiction it falls somewhere between popular and literary fiction The two main characters of the book Dimple and Rishi may think they have figured out each other But sometimes when opposites clash love works even harder to prove itself in the most unexpected ways For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: February 21 2017 6:25 pm Ind vs Aus: Nathan Lyon has been under pressure with inconsistent performances (Source: AP) Top News If Australia are looking to cause an upset by defeating India who are favourites in the upcoming four-match Test series then a lot will depend on how their frontline spinner Nathan Lyon performs Aware of the responsibility on his shoulders Lyon has been practising on his bowling skills extensively during the Australians’ pre-tour training camp in Dubai prior to arriving in India To further harness his skills Lyon revealed that he has been studying counterpart R Ashwin’s craft of spin “I’ve watched a lot of Ashwin” Lyon was quoted saying in a recent interview by cricketcomau “Obviously he’s the number one bowler in the world and there’s a reason for that He’s playing over in these conditions a lot so I’ve spent a lot of time studying how he goes about it so hopefully I can keep learning off him and watch him closely and try and put a few things into place” he added Lyon will be eager to formulate a bowling strategy so that he can get success on the Indian wickets and he is leaving no stone unturned to achieve it This is probably why he is looking upto Ashwin’s variations and style of bowling off-spinners Lyon is Australia’s premier spin bowler as shown by his record But in the 0-3 series defeat in Sri Lanka his impact was limited Hello Pune Hot and how All set for a hard day’s training #INDvAUS #TeamIndia pictwittercom/3hXHUPyUKf — BCCI (@BCCI) 21 February 2017 So this time around he will be looking to change his method a little bit and attack the stumps more often like Ashwin He will also look to vary his angles and create doubt in the minds of opposition “I’m not going to tell you what I have been working on I definitely changed my approach to the subcontinent conditions as compared to four years ago We have to wait and see how it comes out I guess” “I have been watching a lot of footage of Ashwin the way he goes about it his different release points He is a world-class spinner the best at the moment in the world there is a reason for it Been studying him a lot hopefully I can put that in play” he added “I am aware you need to change a few things here and there But it’s a game of cricket We are playing on the same wickets as they are So there are no excuses There is going to be different challenge lying ahead for us on this tour We have a really good squad together Wickets are going to turn going to reverse the big quicks are going to play a role It’s a good challenge for the whole team” he said at an open media session In the recentthree-day tour match against a young India A at Mumbai Lyon did try out a couple of his new variations he has introduced and bagged two wickets as well So if he can replicate his opening spell in Pune and be consistent then things will be looking up for the visitors (With inputs from PTI) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Published: June 19 2011 2:17 am Related News 24×7 call response Civil Aviation Minister Vayalar Ravis mobile phone number is freely available on the net and he receives all sorts of phone calls at all hours of day and night The plus side to this inconvenience is that he is better informed than most of his Cabinet colleagues For instanceRavi was practically the first to know about the plight of Indians in Libya since he received a telephone call at midnight from Rosemarya Keralite nursepleading for government help in getting her and her colleagues out of the war-torn country Recentlyan unknown caller telephoned Ravi and asked him whether he was aware that the Fly Dubai airlines had been granted landing rights for Hyderabad and Ahmedabad Ravi was ignorant about the deal and when the Director Civil Aviation was summoned hetooclaimed he was unaware of any such contract Ravi promptly cancelled the permission for the UAE airlinesleading to a diplomatic incident The UAE foreign minister protested and brandished a letter of clearance signed by a junior official in the directorate It was only after much to-ing and fro-ing between the MEA and the Civil Aviation Ministry that Fly Dubai was permitted to resume services on these routes Lost in translation The Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs (CCPA) was the key decision making body in the face off between the government and Baba Ramdev Howeverwhen the CCPA was forwarded the letter written by Ramdevs aide Acharya Balakrishnan at the Claridges hotel promising the yoga guru would not undertake his hunger fastnone of the members could read the letter Dr Manmohan SinghPranab MukherjeeP ChidambaramS M KrishnaA K AntonyDayanidhi Maran and Farooq Abdullah could not follow the highly Sanskritised Hindi used by the acharya and had to rely on Kapil Sibal and Subodh Kant Sahay to translate what he had scribbled Only lead role Seven months agoJ Jayalalithaa urged the Congress to ditch the DMK and align with her Now the new chief minister of Tamil Nadu is no longer interested in joining the UPA She calculates that after the next parliamentary pollthe AIADMK will win a large chunk of the states 39 parliamentary seats and her support will be essential for any formation that wants to form the government at the centre This time aroundJayalalithaa does not want to be in the supporting cast but play the lead role Her coy response with an appreciative smile when asked about the possibilities of her becoming prime minister at the recent Delhi press conference was a clear give-away Jayalalithaa now talks of transforming Tamil Nadu into Singapore Learning from past experienceJayalalithaa has also become more accessible to the media and holds a weekly press conference During her recent visit to DelhiJayalalithaas fans bought space in leading newspapers to invite the Tamil Nadus czarina to Lead IndiaSave IndiaSave Indians?this round of floods has already hit close to eight lakh, An unlucky dismissal and against the run of play. Hasan Ali 11:09 pm: WICKET! The taxation system will make trading easier.told New Scientist.the Gujarat Education Department has created 225 new posts of Taluka Primary Education Officers (TPEOs). Confirming the move by the state government, added that Brazil would draw on the experiences of hosting similar large-scale events in the past. Anand Katti could not bat due to injury and PCC won the match by 163 runs.
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