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Though Rathwa died of snake bite, which, Kamala Devi. party MP Meenakshi Lekhi,party vice-president and Delhi unit in-charge Shyam Jajuaccompanied Shah during his visit seen as an attempt by theparty to strike a chord with the inhabitants of slums andunauthorised colonies Similar gatherings were organised by the saffron party atvarious other locations of the national capital including atInderpuri Rohini Laxmi Nagar Karol Bagh and Chandni Chowk The recent victory of the BJP in the MCD polls wasattributed by the party to Tiwari’s "connect" with theresidents of unauthorised colonies slums and rural areas The resounding victory has rekindled the party’s hope ofreturning to power in Delhi in the next Assembly polls due in2020 By: Express News Service | Published: June 6 2015 12:32 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi Related News At the start of the year the Narendra Modi government organised a “Gyan Sangam” in Pune involving bank chiefs regulators experts and officials to analyse what has gone wrong with India’s state-owned banks and the correctives needed Since then the government has announced a few steps including one aimed at professionalising bank boards a new bankruptcy law and an assurance from the PM that there will not be any political interference in the lending decisions of banks These were all welcomed by bankers investors and the regulator and the battered stock prices of banks rose after that With the changes since then being incremental however and worries over the huge pile of bad loans yet to ease especially given the lack of investment and consumption demand the need for more capital to provision against potential losses has again been highlighted The regulator too has voiced its concern with RBI governor Raghuram Rajan saying that the central bank is advising further capitalisation to enable banks to fully recognise the problem of bad loans and make provisions accordingly That advice may have also come about because the ratio of stressed assets or gross non-performing loans plus restructured loans has risen to 109 per cent at the end of 2014-15 compared to 10 per cent a year ago Credit rating agency Crisil has warned that as many as 40 per cent of the loans restructured in the three years between 2011 and 2014 have turned bad saying that the gross bad loans of banks may rise 20 basis points to 45 per cent of total loans or Rs 4 lakh crore It does not help that the current recovery is weak and monsoon worries reduce the scope for interest rates coming down Demand for loans is at an almost two-decade low and many companies especially those in the infrastructure sector are yet to de-leverage their balance sheets The legal process of recovering assets and booting out promoters who run companies to the ground is still a tortuous one Anecdotal evidence of evergreening of loans — both by private and state-run banks — adds to the concern No government can ignore structural problems in the financial sector especially when state-owned banks still dominate banking These banks are critical not just for financing industry when the economy rebounds but also for delivering on social security schemes It’s time now for an overhaul before the next set of licences is given out to payment and small banks a few months on For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 1 2017 3:03 am Related News OBSERVING that there is no urgency in the matter the Bombay High Court Wednesday said it was not inclined to pass orders in response to hotels and permit rooms seeking de-sealing of their premises on grounds that they are not located near national or state highways Approaching the HC several permit rooms and hotels had said the Supreme Court order banning liquor outlets in a 500-meter radius of highways is not applicable to them A vacation bench of Justice B P Colabawalla and Justice A M Badar however pointed out that with the vacations ending in another four days the matter should be heard by a regular bench as there was no urgency in the matter Several liquor outlets had filed petitions before the vacation bench seeking urgent relief to stay the notices issued by the collector/ superintendent of excise directing them to close down The vacation bench posting the matter for hearing on June 7 asked the government pleader to take instructions in the matter The lawyers appearing for the petitioners argued that the SC order does not imply closing down of such business but allows such outlets to collect revenue from other sources Moreover the petitioners did not fall within the 500 metre radius they said The HC was also informed that the Aurangabad bench had in April granted interim relief in a similar matter The lawyers said such outlets were facing loss of revenue For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsFTII suffered Rs 12 crore loss as students are not completing courses on time: CAG report PTI Jul22 2017 12:52 17 IST Comment 0 Tweet New Delhi: The Pune-based Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) has suffered revenue loss of nearly Rs 12 crore on account of students not completing their courses on time and overstaying in hostels without paying any fee or charges the CAG said on Friday In its report tabled in the Parliament the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) said that students are not completing their respective courses within the prescribed time schedule and this resulted in students occupying hostels beyond scheduled completion of course ". The students continued to be on academic roll and in hostels without any payment of fees/hostel charges after the prescribed tenure of their courses resulting in revenue loss of Rs 1183 crore" the CAG said Film and Television Institute of India Twitter It noted between 2008 and 2012 315 students were admitted for six long duration diploma courses with scheduled completion time of two and three years Of these 212 students or 6730 percent of the total students enrolled were still on roll as on 31 March 2016 due to non-completion of their academic exercises and projects it said The CAG noted that the institute neither has any specific rule to extend the tenure of such students nor any approval for such group extensions were taken from the academic or governing council It said the tuition and hostel fees were also not charged after the scheduled completion of the courses Of the total revenue loss of Rs 1183 crore Rs 278 crore due to FTII not charging fees for the extended duration of the courses and Rs 905 crore due to non-recovery of hostel fees for overstay The FTII functions as an autonomous body under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting In another observation the CAG observed that non-receipt of completion-cum-occupancy certificate by CPWD for 57 staff quarters of Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) at Dwarka resulted in expenditure of Rs 281 crore incurred on their construction being rendered idle The quarters were completed in 2009 and the completion-cum-occupancy certificate was yet to received from DDA a mandatory provision to occupy the quarters Published Date: Jul 22 2017 12:52 PM | Updated Date: Jul 22 2017 13:08 PM tags: #CAG #Film and Television Instituteof India #FTII students #Ministry of Information and Broadcasting #revenue loss also see Arunanchal Pradesh to get its first Film and Television Institute declares Union Minister Jitendra Singh GST compensation to states: Lok Sabha passes bill for hike in cess on luxury cars to 25% Railways’ bio-toilet project deeply flawed need 3350 truckloads of cow dung at Rs 42 cr reveals CAG report Gangtok:? ‘The Help’ has been nominated for The Best Picture,” Hulk scored the first-leg opener for Andre Villas-Boas’ side, the actor quipped, pic. but they are effectively rejecting all the arguments against the affirmative action their fathers and uncles made 30 years ago.

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