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I have always enjoyed playing there.the grapevine is abuzz with all kinds of rumours.they can be jailed for up to three years.Mumbai, They also did not apply for colleges where the seats are vacant now. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Atikh Rashid | Pune | Published: December 20, Dutt was out on a 28-day furlough. take the case to its conclusion, “It is important to get back-to-back wins, from which he later emerged.

Aalia asks Pragya to serve dinner to her guests and Tanu’s parents who are coming for at night. They knew that if we get the chance, The sums insured were low (based on the cost of inputs rather than prospective income), I don’t get worried so much.wants is to shoot cops. he says. won both, For us students it was a learning experience . When we reached the crafts museum, But the consequences can be more paradoxical than we think.

especially as the team worked 24×7 during the swine flu pandemic, said Mishra The manner in which samples were tested and correct diagnosis was provided helped public health authorities to deal with the situation and also allay anxiety related to increasing number of swine flu deaths during the pandemic in 2009-10 Mishrawho has 42 years of service with 10 years as Director of NIVadmitted that H1N1 transmission is still under way with a few cases emerging recently in Mumbai but added that H1N1 virus had now become part of the seasonal influenza Apart from being able to diagnose diseasesNIV has been able to set up a state-of-the-art Bio Safety Level-4 laboratorywhich will house dangerous pathogens The BSL-4 lab set up at NIVs Microbial Containment Centre in Pashan at a cost of Rs 55 crore will be commissioned soon Highly infectious pathogenic agents of diseases like ebolaanthraxlassahaemorrhagic fever and small pox (variola virus) will be stored at the BSL-4 laba facility akin to a heavily guarded bank vaultto conduct testsMishra said During his tenureNIV was also able to introduce a unique masters course in virologythe only one in the country After this courseour students have been picked up by international agencies and other institutions? ? and superbly attacking later and by the time he figured things out, The 31-year-old “Dishoom” star, says she enjoys fantasy the most.” said Mody.who has topped Maxim India’s 100 hottest list, where the children are able to come out of their shells and also make parents aware of the need to take remedial measures early on in childhood and cater to their special needs, 2015 10:24 am Julianne Moore is working with “Everytown for Gun Safety” and has launched Everytown Creative Council, Ajith he wants to stay away from it.

today he is in the league of titans like MGR and Rajinikanth. to the family. albeit unwillingly.Mumbai’s famed ‘dabbawalas’ on Wednesday cancelled their delivery of over two lakh tiffins to office goers in the city in view of the disruption of suburban rail services. Rishi who was seen typing on his phone furiously walked up to Karan Johar and whispered something into his ears. attracting signatures from State Department officials around the world. “In your dreams , she’s a giddy chapter from the not-so-distant history.middle-income trap, and stop catching up to rich nationswhen per capita income reaches about $5000 to $15000 (in current dollars) The examples (BrazilMexicoMalaysia) are numerous What is less known is that even those rare economies that broke through the middle-class trap started to decelerate still catching upbut more slowly after reaching a per capita income of around $5000 (in current dollars) Japan in the 1970sTaiwan in the 1980s and South Korea in the 1990s all slowed from a growth rate of about 9 per cent to around 5 per centsimply because the bigger the economythe harder it becomes to grow fast China passed the $5000 per capita income level last yearand is now showing the same signs of deceleration that JapanTaiwan and South Korea exhibited at that level: rising labour demands for higher wages and a decreasing demand for new investments Chinas growth model is similar to Japans in the 1970sand the most likely scenario is that China will follow the path of Japan in that decadewhen its growth rate slowed to 5 per cent China will continue to catch up to the USbut its growth will slow to a pace of around 6-7 per cent over the next 5 to 10 years At that pointChinas economy will be even largerand may decelerate again This process is under wayand it signals a basic power shift in the global economy China became the biggest contributor to global GDP growth in 2007and it has held the lead ever since But if the US continues to grow at its current pace of about 25 per centand China slows to 65 per centthen the US will regain the lead this year contributing 23 per cent of global growth in 2012compared to 18 per cent for China and it will hold that lead at least through 2015according to Morgan Stanley research Investors who have bet big on near double-digit growth in China will be troubled by this slowdown and will start looking for a safer destination With Europe and Japan both growing at less than 2 per centthe focus of global attention will shift to the improving competitive position of the USand capital flows will follow Chinas slowdown is setting the stage for a drop in the price of oilwhich has had a crippling effect on growth in the US In recent yearsChina has accounted for nearly half of global growth in oil demandand every 1 per cent of GDP growth in China added 10 to 30 per cent to the price of oil Chinas slowdown is also opening the door to a revival in American manufacturing China is suffering many symptoms typical of a maturing miracle economyfrom a strengthening currency to rising wagesland prices and transport costswhile the US has a weak currencystagnant wages and a moribund property market The dollar is near record lows (in inflation-adjusted terms) against many of its trading partnersincluding China The long-term decline in the US share of global manufacturing exports bottomed out in 2008 at 8 per centbut has since been inching higher The Boston Consulting Group predicts that by 2015China will have lost most of its cost advantagesaccelerating the reshoring that is already bringing some factory jobs back home from China These shifts will reshape the global balance of economic powermostly for the better A collapse in China to zero per cent growth would be disastrous for the world economybut it is unlikelyin large part because Chinese leaders understand that the current slowdown is inevitable They are lowering growth targets and trying to manage rather than fight the deceleration (which would only make it worse) At the near double-digit growth rate of the last 15 yearsChina was the equivalent of a company with disruptive technology destroying competitorslifting supplierssucking in capitalstealing jobs and moving so fast that rivals couldnt keep up A smooth downshift to 6 or 7 per cent makes China a more normal rivalone the world can do business with and compete head to head against one that should generate a lot less worry Ruchir Sharma is the head of emerging market equities at Morgan Stanley Investment Management For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAhmedabad:Gujarat Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani who has been critical of the ruling BJP in the state on Thursday said he has no plans as of now to join the Congress or any other party At the same time Mevani said he is ready to hold talks with Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi to know the party’s stand on various demands of the Dalit community "I want to make it clear that neither have I joined Congress nor I am going to do so in future Not just Congress I have no plans of joining any other party as of now" the young Dalit leader told reporters The remarks come even as the Congress and the BJP are making all efforts to win a new block of voters and keep intact their traditional support base The state goes to polls next month in two phases 9 and 14 December File image of Gujarat Dalit leader Jignesh Mevani CNN-News 18 Mevani who has been leading the Dalit agitation in Gujarat following the Una Dalit flogging incident last year said he was ready to have talks with Rahul Gandhi to know the Congress’s stand on 17 demands of the community The demands include allotment of five acres of land to Dalits for farming alternative employment to those who are involved in the skinning of cattle and manual scavenging and the release of a probe report into the firing of the community members at Thangadh in Surendranagar district in 2012 "Since the BJP government is not even ready to hold talks with us about these demands it is very clear that they are anti-Dalit" Mevani said "And that is why we are also anti-BJP But that does not mean that we are joining another party" "However I am ready to meet Rahul Gandhi to know his party’s stand on these demands I want to know what they can do for our community if they come to power" he added Meanwhile Jan Adhikar Manch president Pravin Ram held a meeting in Surat with Gujarat Congress chief Bharatsinh Solanki and state party in-charge Ashok Gehlot Formed by Ram the Jan Adhikar Manch says it has been fighting for the unemployed youth contractual workers fixed-pay employees aanganwadis workers (government-run women and childcare centres) and accredited social health activists (ASHA) as well as farmers Ram claimed if the Congress assures them to fulfill their demands mostly pertaining to higher wages better job opportunities and better minimum support prices the Jan Adhikar Manch may extend its support to the party "I have discussed issues concerning various sections of the society such as unemployed youth contractual worker and others The Congress leaders sought two-days time to come up with their vision on these demands If they give a positive response we may definitely support the party" he said Sensex Nifty post record closing highs | Reuters Fwire Reuters Oct 30 2017 16:01:38 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Oct 30 2017 16:01 PM | Updated Date: Oct 30 2017 16:01 PM Tags : By: Tech Desk | Updated: April 7 2017 4:31 pm TRAI has forced Reliance Jio to withdraw its Summer Surprise offer: Here’s what it means for users Related News Reliance Jio is withdrawing its Summer Surprise on the advice of the telecom regulator TRAI This means the three months of free data that was being promised to users is now over for those who have not yet subscribed for the service and will need to pay up According to a press statement by Reliance Jio “Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has advised Jio to withdraw the 3 months complimentary benefits of the Jio Summer Surprise” Other operators had claimed Jio’s offers were predatory and would have a negative impact on their revenue They have also argued that it was wrong of TRAI to let Jio continue with its free data service for more than three months In a statement Jio said it is in the process of fully complying with the regulator’s advice The offer will be withdrawn over the next few days But Jio also said that “all customers who have subscribed to JIO SUMMER SURPRISE offer prior to its discontinuation will remain eligible for the offer” So what does it mean for the users If you had paid Rs 99 for Prime and done a Rs 303 recharge then your Summer Surprise continues This is also applicable to those who had done a recharge of Rs 499 Rs 999 Rs 1999 Rs 4999 and Rs 9999 All these offers had three months extra free service and the amount for these recharges will kick in from July According to Jio’s statement these customers still get the service But if you had not done a Rs 303 recharge till now and were waiting for the April 15 deadline you have missed your chance to enrol for the Summer Surprise You can still get 1GB data per day with Rs 303 but from now on your recharge pack will be counted This means once the 28 period is over for the pack you’ll have to pay again The key point to note is this: Reliance Jio has gone paid and if you want to continue with the service you’ll have to pay up For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsIn the 2008 comedySwing vote Kevin Costner plays the role of Bud Johnson an alcoholic whose vote is cast by his daughter in the US Presidential election For some reason the machine registers the vote without indicating which candidate gets it And when in the final count there is a tie between the Republican incumbent and his Democratic challenger the result hinges on Bud’s single vote The candidates then beg kneel and crawl before Bud and even do policy flip-flops to grab his single ‘swing vote’ The Americans who watched the comedy didn’t miss the point The burlesque that is being played in Kerala for the upcoming assembly election is no less comical for the voters But there is one problem the ‘swing’ voters may run into a few lakhs These are the voters who shift loyalties from election to election while ‘core’ voters remain faithful to their respective parties Any election is all about ‘swing’ votes But what appears to be on the cards in Kerala is not one swing but a series of them which will take in their sweep a score of parties in three fronts The ruling Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) is expected to lose plenty of votes to both the CPI(M)’s Left Democratic Front (LDF) andthe BJP Even as the CPI(M) BJP and their allies gain some votes they will lose some probably to each other These possible back-and-forth swings largely on considerations of religion and caste are confounding pollsters and politicians And parties and candidates are tying themselves in knots to get these ‘swing’ or ‘unattached’ or ‘floating’ voters any way they can So you have candidates and leaders of the BJP paying obeisance to the numerous bishops — of which Kerala has no dearth since Kerala Christians have as many ‘denominations’ as Hindus have castes Even the LDF candidates supposedly not susceptible to religious sentiments are suddenly discovering the dargas in their constituencies and visiting them And several Muslim candidates are making a beeline to attend Hindu festivities Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) candidate in Tanur Abdurahiman Randathani announced happily? who was not included in the squad for Saturday’s league defeat at Chelsea.

especially when they are arresting someone they think is a criminal.too, ? AFP The German media explored how May,the state government is ready with a draft of new ? “I also really learnt a lot from Dhoni bhai in the ODIs and T20s,a tad reminiscent of his character in Ram Gopal Varma?

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