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and the establishment of the state of Palestine on the basis of the June 4, Five new countries have come in — Angola, The number of deaths in tiger,1B; Larisa Latynina (URS)-9G," Kyte said. RK Nagar seat is vacant and Karunanidhi is not scheduled to vote and the rest of 232 legislators voted. Not to be outdone, The group members claimed they had submitted a written complaint to Pune Police Commissioner last January,action will be initiated against the concerned officers, Gulabrao Pol said On August 24the court of Principal District and Sessions Judge Anant Badar acquitted Sunil Suresh Boudh (24) and Chandar Shivalal Sharma (23)the accused in the murder of 66-year-old Dr Ghaisas because of lack of substantive evidence as cops and prosecution failed to prove the motive behind the murder He was found murdered on June 162008 at his bungalow in Prabhat Road area Badar had observed that investigating officer Jaywant Deshmukhthe then in- charge of Deccan Gymkhana police station and PI Vijaysinh Gaikwadwho was with the crime branchwere not telling the truth He added that the prosecution had failed to prove the motive behind the murder For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: September 20 2012 2:34 am Related News To check the rising cases of eve-teasing in Barasat townpolice have decided to install close circuit TVs in the town On Tuesdaytop district police officers held a meeting with the headmistress of all the girls school in the town to discuss methods to check cases of eve-teasing In the meeting it was decided to install CCTVs in the town especially near girls schools It was also decided to increased police patrolling both on foot and also on motorcycle Police also decided to paste the mobile numbers of all the senior police officers in the girls school so that if anybody face any problem they can ring them up For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 22 2017 3:08 am (Source: Express File Photo/Amit Chakravarty) Related News Services on the Harbour Line of the Central Railway (CR) were delayed by around 30 minutes after a rail roko was organised near Chembur station at 954 am on Thursday Commuters staged a protest against cancellation of the 911 am Chembur local to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) “The local was cancelled the previous day as well and the commuters got enraged and started arguing with railway authorities By around 930 am a group of 35-40 people stepped on the tracks preventing movement of trains” a senior Railway Protection Force (RPF) official said “Initially they tried to stop a Belapur-bound local and later they asked for an empty rake to be arranged from Chembur By around 1015 am as many as 17 staff members from the Government Railway Police Wadala and five local police personnel reached the spot to clear the crowd After the commuters’ demand was met the protesters moved from the tracks” he said Two protesters were held by the RPF Mankhurd division for trying to block the tracks repeatedly A case has been registered against them under Sections 174 (a) and 174 (c) of the Railway Act for tampering with signal gear and obstructing running of train They were set free after payment of Rs 4000 each For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: June 26 2017 7:15 am India walked to a 105-run win over West Indies in the second ODI giving them a 1-0 lead in the series after the first match was washed out (Source: AP) Related News Indian captain Virat Kohli hinted at experimenting with his squad when they travel to Antigua to play West Indies in the third of the five-match ODI series This includes giving Rishabh Pant a run “We’ll sit down and decide as a team about changes that can be made We’ll go to Antigua and regroup and that’s a possibility as well give a few guys an opportunity” said Kohli in the post-match interview India walked to a 105-run win over West Indies in the second ODI giving them a 1-0 lead in the series after the first match was washed out It was India’s highest margin of victory against West Indies in the latter’s own stomping ground Ajinkya Rahane had scored a century while Kohli made 87 off 66 balls “It was a complete performance again The partnership between Ajinkya and Shikhar was outstanding and myself at the back end with Yuvi MS and Kedar chipping in” said Kohli India started the defence of the 311-run target on a high with Bhuvneshwar Kumar dismissing Kieran Powell for a duck and then following it up with the wicket of Jason Mohammed in the third over West Indies never really got going after that and had seemingly given up on the chase even before they were halfway through the innings with the batsmen looking to preserve their wickets rather than score runs Kuldeep Yadav picked three wickets in his first spell with the ball in Indian colours in ODI cricket “Early wickets for Bhuvi and really happy for Kuldeep as well bowling for the first time and taking three wickets The bench strength has always been right up there for us” said the Indian skipper Kohli also commended Ajinkya Rahane for stepping in perfectly for Rohit Sharma “Jinks couldn’t get a game in the Champions Trophy unfortunately but shows his mental strength steps in and scores runs” said Kohli For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by P Chidambaram | Updated: March 1 2015 4:42 am Finance Minister Arun Jaitley arrives in Parliament to present the annual budget 2015-16 in New Delhi on Saturday Related News Dissent is the soul of debate Justice Felix Frankfurter of the United States Supreme Court and Justice K Subba Rao of the Supreme Court of India wrote many famous dissenting judgements The most celebrated dissenting judgement in the history of Indian courts was authored by Justice H R Khanna in the case of ADM Jabalpur According to Chief Justice Hughes of the US Supreme Court “a dissent in the court of last resort is an appeal to the brooding spirit of the law to the intelligence of a future day when a later decision may possibly correct the error…” Mr Abhijit Sen can take heart that he may not be alone when he wrote his four-page dissent to the Report of the Fourteenth Finance Commission (FFC) It deserved a more reasoned response than the rather dismissive one-paragraph reply appended by the Chairman and the other members of the FFC Be that as it may let us examine the issue objectively Transfer of funds to States Should the Central government transfer more resources to the State Governments My view is yes a resounding yes Resource transfers fall under four heads They are: 1 States’ share of taxes and duties (mandatory under Article 270 of the Constitution); 2 Non-Plan grants and loans (discretionary based on the discretion of line Ministries and Departments); 3 Central Assistance to States’ Plans (hitherto based on agreement between the Planning Commission and the State concerned); and 4 Central Assistance for Central government schemes (discretionary but governed by principles of burden-sharing) I have long held the view that States’ share of taxes and duties collected by the Centre must be significantly increased I have also long held the view that Central government schemes must be very few and must be fully funded by the Centre If matters had stopped there there would be no dispute The States would have to do with their share of taxes and duties transferred to them and their own resource mobilisation Matters did not stop there The Centre wanted States to implement its Plan; it also wanted States to draw up State Plans States asked for money Gross Budgetary Support (GBS) came into being and the Planning Commission became the arbiter Besides just as the Centre had its non-Plan schemes so did the States have their non-Plan schemes and wanted money for those schemes too Article 275 of the Constitution came in handy Instead of co-operative federalism the Centre and the States began to quarrel over transfer of funds under Article 275 UPA set the ball rolling On January 2 2013 the UPA government constituted the FFC as required under Article 280 of the Constitution One of the terms of reference was to recommend “the principles which should govern the grants-in-aid of the revenues of the States” Further on February 17 2014 while presenting the Interim Budget for 2014-15 I announced that the Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) had been restructured into 66 progammes and funds for the schemes would be released as Central assistance to State plans Consequently Central assistance to State plans rose dramatically from Rs 136254 crore in 2013-14 to Rs 338562 crore in 2014-15 The UPA government had set the ball rolling Mr Jaitley maintained the same numbers when he presented the regular Budget in July 2014 The FFC has kicked the ball further In major shifts from the past it has increased the States’ share of taxes and duties from 32 per cent to 42 per cent It has also recommended only grants for revenue deficit disaster relief and local bodies All other grants have been axed Instead the FFC has recommended a separate institutional arrangement for grants to sectors such as health education drinking water and sanitation The result: more untied funds to the States The expectation: more financial responsibility on the part of the States Sen’s agreement and dissent Mr Abhijit Sen does not disagree with the core recommendations of the FFC His main concern is that major shifts from past practice will “disrupt existing plan transfers with likely very serious effects in the first year of the award period” He has therefore recommended that the States’ share of taxes be kept at 38 per cent in the first year and maintained at that level until there is agreement on the separate institutional arrangement Post agreement he supports States’ share being raised to 42 per cent The Chairman and other members have responded that it is “for the authorities to determine the transition path and make arrangements as are appropriate” The Government characteristically has played safe It has accepted that the States’ share of taxes and duties will be 42 per cent but in respect of grants-in-aid of revenue and Revenue Deficit grant it has accepted the recommendations only “in principle” Government has also promised to put in place an appropriate institutional arrangement All this may seem arcane Not if you believe that Normal Central Assistance (to the Plan) Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana and Backward Region Grant Fund specifically referred to by Mr Sen are important interventions Mr Sen has appealed to the “intelligence of a future day” That day was yesterday and when you read this column on Sunday you will know if the Government has found a satisfactory solution For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sweta Dutta | New Delhi | Published: April 4 2017 2:58 am Chief Minister Kejriwal at a rally in Badli Praveen Khanna Top News As Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal finds himself pitted against political heavyweights from the BJP and the Congress in the upcoming municipal polls he seems to be falling back on the strategy he used in the Assembly polls in Punjab and Goa — to list out “achievements” of his “two-year corruption-free governance” in the capital Kejriwal in his fourth public rally on Monday sounded increasingly like he did during the days of his whirlwind Punjab tours Just that his targets have changed from the Badals and Captain Amarinder Singh to former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit While the upcoming municipal polls slated for April 23 will have little to do with Dikshit Kejriwal is pitting his two years of governance against Dikshit’s rule in an attempt to draw out his own “achievements” In his fourth rally since Friday when he kicked off his campaign from Burari Kejriwal reached out to a gathering of roughly over 3000 locals and party workers in Swaroop Nagar — part of the Badli Assembly constituency Despite arriving over 90 minutes behind schedule Kejriwal managed to hold his audience’s attention throughout his 25-minute speech “In two years the amount of work that we have done by far exceeds what the BJP and the Congress have achieved in other states where they have been in power for 10 or 15 years Ek ek kaam ginwaunga Saare ginwaye toh raat beet jaegi Chaar paanch bataunga (I will spell out each achievement If I enumerate all of them it will take the entire night So I will tell you about four or five)” Kejriwal told the crowd He reeled off his pet projects implemented since February 2015 — power and water tariff subsidies mohalla clinics and free diagnostic tests and medicines qualitative changes in government schools flyovers being built at lower costs He repeatedly tried driving home the point that a ‘corruption-free government can make things possible’ and that unlike his predecessor the Kejriwal government is ‘not short of funds’ Amid hard-selling Delhi government’s work he also put out his two sops for the polls — the promise of house tax waiver and water and power subsidies for tenants Badli Assembly constituency — which has five municipal wards and is a rural seat with a dominant lower middle class and also a sizeable migrant votebase — has backed Kejriwal earlier and the new largesse seemed to strike the right chord as the audience applauded noisily The party is also banking heavily on its local MLA Ajesh Yadav who is funding some of the municipal poll candidates Despite the party’s stand on one ticket per family Yadav’s relative Anil Kumari has been fielded from Swaroop Nagar “He is my uncle Not a very close relative but yes we are from the same family” said Kumari’s husband Paras Yadav who also works for the MLA “We are a political family My relatives have also been in the Congress and the BJP and my uncle is doing great work in this constituency People are very happy with AAP’s performance” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top News 2013 3:29 am Related News Rahul With the scorching summer heat.

co/55sqUDiC0s — Donald J. The clatter of wickets again revived painful memories of recent catastrophic batting collapses which have plagued the team under Lehmann’s reign as coach.

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