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We had few photographs of Manya Surve for our reference and took help from a veteran journalist. Those who fought against this fascist action in 1975-77 are the rulers today and their commitment to protect democratic institutions is absolute. left-wing or religious extremism.
is a terrible moment in British public life.t been for the gravity of the tragedy,com,the same person would undoubtedly have greater clout. Questions on the constitutionality of the law Petitions have been filed against the new rules for going against the original 1960 Act, With both protagonists of consenting age,” his club,Barcelona boss Luis Enrique believes Neymar’s sensational return of 100 goals in less than four seasons shows he made the right decision in joining the Catalan giants. only two title-winning managers — Manchester United’s Alex Ferguson and Manchester City’s Manuel Pellegrini — have still been in their jobs by the end of the following campaign.Manish Malhotra chose to play it down.
a porter, In other words, the German champions said on Sunday.he was one of the indigenous people for whom electoral representation had still not happened and most of them had lost their lands and lived on the fringes of non-Indigenous society. The other part is the lack of policemen, The phone is likely to come with microSD card support for memory expansion.The smartphone is expected to pack a 24-megapixel shooter with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and super Electronic Image Stabilisation (EIS) Nokia is said to house a 12-megapixel shooter in the front HMD Global the Finnish company that owns the rights to use Nokia brand on smartphones and tablets is expected to announce a slew of smartphones including a reincarnated version of Nokia 3310 and the global variant of Nokia 6 The company has already announced its press event at the Mobile World Congress For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: May 13 2016 12:01 am Being bankrupt is a state of inability to repay debts to creditors (Illustration by: C R Sasikumar) Related News In a welcome break from the logjams in the Upper House that have heldback crucial economic reforms such as the GST the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday passed the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 It received the Lok Sabha’snod on May 5 This is a much overdue reform that aims to bring in a modern framework to deal with bankruptcy and insolvency of a variety of economic players Thecode will consolidate and amend the laws relating to reorganisation and insolvency resolution of corporate persons partnership firms and individuals When it comes to “resolving insolvency” India ranks an abysmal 136 out of 189 countries according tothe Doing Business 2016 report On average secured creditors in India recover only 257 cents for every dollar of credit from an insolvent firm at the end of insolvency proceedings and the whole process takes 43 years to conclude This contrasts poorly withthe OECD countries where creditors recover 723 cents within just 17 years on average With the new code in place it is expected that India will witness a drastic improvement on both parameters The trouble is given the archaic laws governing insolvency — some of them over a century old — creditors are relatively powerless when faced with a default while the promoters are in the words of RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan able to “insist on their divine right to stay in control” This in turn has a chilling impact on availability to new businesses A stated objective of the new law is to promote entrepreneurship availability of credit and balance the interests of all stakeholders Unlike in the past when an insolvency case dragged on for years on end under the new code if a firm defaults control would shift from the promoters to a committee of creditors which will have 180 days to evaluate various proposals for resuscitating the company or else liquidate the assets However enactment of the code is just a beginning For effective results the government will have to ensure that its so-called pillars — insolvency professionals information utilities a strengthened adjudication mechanism and a regulator — are institutionalised For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: August 11 2017 10:52 am Caster Semenya maintained her two-year unbeaten record over 800 metres (Source: Reuters) Top News Olympic champion Caster Semenya maintained her two-year unbeaten record over 800 metres as she eased through the first round at the World Championships on Thursday Her main challengers Francine Niyonsaba Margaret Wambui and Ajee Wilson also cruised into Friday’s semi-finals but defending champion Maryna Arzamasova was eliminated after finishing fourth in her heat South African Semenya last beaten at the World Championships semi-final in Beijing two years ago was third going into the final straight and eased past Rose Mary Almanza and Natoya Goule to win in 2:0133 “I just want to keep winning That’s all I’m concentrating on I’m feeling okay after the 1500 metres so I’m ready to go again” said Semenya who won bronze in the 1500 on Monday Wilson who became the first American to run under 156 seconds when she set a national record in Monaco last month comfortably won the first heat in 2:0052 “I’m definitely in the best shape of my life as my time in Monaco before the championships showed” Wilson said “I’ve never run so well and so consistently during my career” Burundi’s Niyonsaba and Kenyan Wambui silver and bronze medallists respectively in last year’s Olympics also won their heats Arzamasova led the fourth heat on the last lap but faltered badly at the finish to be pipped for the third automatic place by Halima Nakaayi She was not among the six fastest losers Kenyan Eunice Sum the 2013 world champion withdrew due to illness For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Published: July 5 2017 6:32 pm A doctor examines a tuberculosis patient in a government TB hospital (Source: AP Photo) Related News The third edition `Out of Step’ report published today by the international medical humanitarian organisation Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and the Stop TB has highlighted the need for governments to increase efforts to combat tuberculosis (TB) Two days ahead of the G20 summit in Germany the report that reviewed TB policies and practices in 29 countries – which account for 82% of the global TB burden – said that that countries can do much more to prevent diagnose and treat people affected by TB Although TB is preventable and treatable it remains the world deadliest infectious disease In 2015 alone 18 million people died from it In 2015 the majority (54%) of the 104 million people with TB lived in the countries represented at the G20 summit Despite its deadly toll most countries lag behind in implementing the new tools that are available to tackle TB India has the world’s highest TB burden; in 2015 28 million people fell ill with TB and 480000 people died from it However the diagnostic gap remains massive Only seven countries in the report have made Xpert MTB/RIF – a rapid molecular test to diagnose TB and test for resistance to first-line TB drugs – widely available This means that the majority of people in the 29 countries surveyed are still tested with a method that fails to detect many cases or that requires a wait of up to several months to confirm the disease This challenge explains why so many people remain undiagnosed and untreated; globally in 2015 based on the gap between estimated TB incidence and the actual number of cases reported 43 million people with TB were never diagnosed India has not taken up this challenge and this molecular test is not the initial TB diagnostic test for adults and children being investigated for TB here the Out of Step report has said Smear microscopy is often used as the initial diagnostic test in the private sector where up to 70% of people are treated – and delays in diagnosis and treatment initiation are common Access to Xpert MTB/RIF is limited to India’s reference or tertiary hospitals which increases the risk of loss to follow-up before a confirmed diagnosisAnother test TB -LAM – a rapid point of care urine test -used to diagnose TB in persons living with HIV who are seriously ill is not widely available A 2015 review of India’s National Strategic Plan (NSP) reported that many key performance indicators had not een achieved and that uptake of Xpert MTB/RIF was slow The review recommended costing fully funding and implementing universal DST by 2019 (and by 2015 in settings with a high burden of MDR-TB) Currently there are more than 735 Xpert MTB/RIF machines in the country NSP 2017-2025 By 2019 the country’s Central TB Division plans to deploy 1019 GeneXpert machines and a network of at least 120 labs for DST with the goal of treating at least 60000 people with MDR-TB each year “TB is an ancient killer but we have the knowledge and the tools to tackle this disease; many countries are just not making use of these advances and people are dying as a result” said Lucica Ditiu Executive Director of The Stop TB Partnership “We’re calling on the G20 leaders to wake up and do something to stop the unnecessary deaths and the spread of TB including drug-resistant TB” “With TB the clock is ticking rapidly as every 18 seconds a person dies of TB We have to change that” said Sharonann Lynch HIV and TB Policy Advisor at MSF’s Access Campaign “The number of people diagnosed over the last four years has stalled while the number of deaths has increased rather than decreased Countries need to use new tools and step up the pace of their response” Lynch said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: October 15 2017 10:14 pm Quinton de Kock scored an unbeaten 168 against Bangladesh in first ODI (Source: File) Top News Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla smashed unbeaten centuries as South Africa cruised to a record-breaking 10-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the first One-Day International at the Diamond Oval on Sunday Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat on a flat wicket setting their hosts a below-par 279 to win South Africa reached 282 without the loss of a wicket and with 43 balls to spare It was the seventh time that South Africa have won an ODI by 10 wickets and the third time they have achieved this against Bangladesh It was however the highest total chased by any team to win by 10 wickets De Kock was the chief aggressor with 168 from 145 balls for a 13th ODI century that included 21 fours and two sixes Amla struck eight fours in his 110 from 112 balls his 26th ODI ton as the pair put on a South African record partnership for any wicket in the 50-over format Bangladesh’s innings of 278 for seven was underpinned by a fifth ODI century for Mushfiqur Rahim (110 from 116 balls) who became the first player from his country to score a ton against South Africa in any format Home seamer Kagiso Rabada was the pick of the bowlers with figures of four for 43 in his 10 overs The second match in the three-game series will be played on Wednesday in Paarl with the final game in East London on Oct 22 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Updated: August 28 2017 4:09 pm Green has played for Norwich City West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League REUTERS Top News Former England goalkeeper Robert Green has joined Huddersfield Town on a season-long contract after being released by Championship side Leeds United the Premier League club has said The 37-year-old’s contract with Leeds was terminated by mutual consent and Huddersfield have the option to extend the deal by a year Green who has made more than 650 appearances during his career and played for Norwich City West Ham United and Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League has been capped 12 times by England Huddersfield boss David Wagner said Green had been brought in to add experience to his promoted team who are unbeaten in their first three Premier League games and third in the standings behind Manchester United and Liverpool “I think it makes total sense to bring Rob Green in because after Jonas Lossl who has done an excellent job so far we have very young goalkeepers with Joel Coleman and Ryan Schofield” the German told the club website “I met Rob and he is a very experienced guy and a good guy He knows the role I expect from him in the next 10 months he’ll be with us I’m very happy he can join us” Huddersfield who travel to Hamburg to face German fourth-tier side Altona 93 in a friendly during the international break visit West Ham United in their next league match on Sept 11 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mohamed Thaver | Mumbai | Updated: October 21 2015 3:57 am Top News Policeprobing a matrimonial fraud are facing a hurdle with only one woman out of at least 12 women duped by a group of Nigerian nationals willing to formally help in the police case Other women informed unit 11 of the Mumbai Crime Branch that since their families were not aware of them having conversations on matrimonial websites they are scared and embarrassed to reveal they had became victims They were not willing to formally complain or be witnesses in the case said police Share This Article Related Article The Crime Branch which busted the gang of fraudsters who duped women claiming to be Indians settled in UK but operated out of a rented place at Mira Road said they are interrogating the arrested accused They talked to women on matrimonial websites for over three-four months using a UK SIM number Once the victim decided to marry the person the fraudster would tell her that his mother had cancer and keep asking for money An officer said based on online chats they zeroed in on 12 women “One of the chat records was of a woman who approached us that led to the investigation We contacted the other 11 who agreed they chatted with ‘someone in the UK’ and were duped When we asked them to give a formal complaint they refused” the officer supervising the probe said “They were embarrassed and scared to tell family members they had been conned” the officer said “They refused to become witnesses citing the same reason We are still hoping we will convince at least 2-3 of them who have lost big amount” said a Crime Branch officer For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Islamabad | Updated: November 9 2016 3:36 pm Muhammad Hafeez’ action was deemed illegal by the ICC last year (Source: File) Top News Suspended Pakistan offspinner Mohammad Hafeez is set to undergo testing on his bowling action in Australia later this month An International Cricket Council spokesman on Wednesday said the testing would be conducted on Nov 17 in Brisbane The Pakistan Cricket Board wanted Hafeez to undergo testing at an ICC-accredited bio-mechanical laboratory in Brisbane because if his bowling action is cleared he could possibly join the Pakistan squad on its tour to Australia Pakistan is scheduled to tour Australia for three tests and five one-day internationals starting with the first test at Brisbane from Dec 15 Hafeez was banned last year from bowling in international cricket after he was reported for the second time in 12 months He was first officially reported in 2014 while bowling during the first test against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi After being cleared in a re-test he was once more reported during a test match against Sri Lanka at Galle and was subsequently banned from bowling in international cricket According to ICC regulations if a player who has had a bowling action assessed and cleared is reported a second time within two years a minimum one-year suspension is triggered Hafeez is expected to leave for Brisbane on Nov 14 and the assessment report of his test could take at least two weeks For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Marbella | Published: September 25 2016 8:10 pm Aditi Ashok felt she was undone by her performance on the front nine (Source: AP) Top News Aditi Ashok registered hercareer-best sixth place finish on the Ladies European Tour asshe rounded off the week with an impressive back-nine whichsaw her end the Andalucia Costa Del Sol Open de EspanaFemenino with a card of three-under 69 Aditi 18 playing her first season as a professional?so I am looking forward to next event. 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Bangladesh, with MLAs hurling whatever they could find at each other, With inputs from agencies As we were tracking the updates on the trust vote for E Palaniswami’s government in? Trying to overcome the linguistic gap, hugs, after a fierce storm lashed the ground just before tea. Bhagwan said, the Congress replaced him with Madhusudan Mistry,s salary of Rs 30, 2015 4:01 am Related News Title: The Promoter Author: Sanjoy Chakravorty Publisher: Om Books International Pages: 318 Price: Rs 295 I spent 20 years in Calcutta under the rule of Jyoti Basu.
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