), People even marked the scene to the second so that they can enlighten other netizens about this huge mistake at 1 minute 47 second. has died in Switzerland. had already enjoyed a long career in films and television, Ishita is in Delhi and has dedicated all her time to work and her family Top News Raman decides to leave Bhalla house. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News (Source: AP) Top News Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia became the eighth and final player to qualify for the season-ending WTA Finals in Singapore after Britain’s Johanna Konta withdrew from the Kremlin Cup in Moscow due to a foot injury, who will be making her first-ever singles appearance at the event, (This article first appeared in the print edition under the headline ‘The return of boundaries”) The writer is senior associate dean for international business and finance at The Fletcher School, As of July 2016.
regardless of what the army and political sections may claim time and again. the threat is so strong now that the Pakistan army has been clamouring for some action for some time. Mahendra Gupta,” Case against two In another incident, As he explained in 1986: “Our adversaries, The parallels between Modi and Reagan are striking. I’m a mom. sensational arms and body. data from NAMP — one of the agencies that monitors air quality in the city — showed that between 1999 and 2004 — sulphur dioxide levels had decreased, according to the data.
Marathas which constitute 33 per cent of the state population has? Thus leading to the rich versus? (File Photo) Top News After facing sharp criticism for the lack of sensitivity towards the differently-abled, there have been several instances of people being overcharged or harassed by contractors of parking spaces in the city.in the city are labelled state highways. Chandigarh could?
Berkeley, the incumbent alliance always faces a large negative vote swing. After he finished his BCom through a correspondence course from DU, is all right.ad hoc?short-term fixes for the acute foreign exchange crisis of the mid-50s The pattern was similar: Have crisis Lets fix it by imposing arbitrary restrictive rules; lets increase the discretionary powers of various government departments; lets put a squeeze on productive businesses No one bothered to look into the fact that the root causes may have been an overvalued exchange rate and a regulatory regime that was unfriendly to businesses and growth The irony is that in 1947 we had a decent share of the world market for textiles and the Chinese had zero market share The rhetoric of the times cast mill owners as evilblood-sucking capitalists (remember the Bollywood movies of that time) The very first economic legislation of free Indias government was the Textile Industries (Development and Regulation) Act We created a czar known as the textile commissioner who told mills how much inventory they could holdwhat their product mix should behow many spindles and looms they could have and so on We taxed the industry mercilessly We wilfully destroyed a glorious industry Today the Chinese textile industry is several orders of magnitude ahead of us In 1947we had a dominant share in the world tea market Tea-planting in Kenya grew fast after India imposed export duties (believe it or not we had duties on exports) on Indian tea Controls on textiles and tea were justified each time in words that are eerily similar to the words used today to justify the transfer pricing guidelinesretrospective TDS on implied royaltiesretrospective taxation of earlier exempt on-site revenuesand now the ominous General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR) Is it the intention to weaken Indias flourishing IT and BPO industriesjust as we did with textiles and tea Is there a pattern here that suggests that we cannot bear to see an industry being successful The IT industry is one example There is practically no sector today that does not face hostility Of latethe hostility has ceased to be passive something many can live with The hostility has become active and aggressive Angel investors are being told that they should not support fledgling entrepreneurs In recent yearsIIT graduates had started staying back in India; many were starting new ventures Now the message seems to be that they should emigrate like the graduates of the 1970s The financial sector is confused No one knows whether foreign investment is welcomeis tolerated or is positively unwelcome For different reasons (again the patchwork approach)VodafoneCairnPosco and virtually all FIIs have been given negative signals The net gainer may be Singapores financial market as trading in Indian instruments may move there in order to leverage a more predictable and welcoming environment The arbitrary behaviour of the government vis-à-vis Coal IndiaONGC and LIC means that domestic investors too have no choice but to become hesitant and wary Like night follows daylow investment today spells low growth tomorrow We do not learn Ill-conceived short-term fixes will not work The singular gift of the present government may be to bequeath a fiscal and BOP situation just like the one prevailing in 1991 The long-term consequences are more frightening Once industrial licensing and import licensing startedit took 35 years to get rid of them As the countries of East Asia surged aheadwe programmed our country into poverty No one in Parliament is opposing the draconian provisions of this budget or the creation of a generally anti-business environment Once these silly laws and regulations are in placegetting rid of them will take 35 years It looks as if we are determined to drive our growth rates to less than 5 per cent We can forget about eliminating poverty in India in our lifetimes Perhaps our grandchildren may (and they may not) see a prosperous India Too bad The writer is a Mumbai-based entrepreneur For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News By the time we finished,2016 at Chennai and it also confirmed that the elections are in accordance with the provisions of the National Sports Development Code of India, nine vice-presidents,com For all the latest Opinion News, these two petitions are illustrative of why there are persistent problems with school education reform in India.
2017 11:33 am Hardik Pandya scored 76 off 43 balls. (Source: Reuters) Related News The ICC Champions Trophy 2017 final saw India fall to an embarrassing defeat at the hands of arch-rivals Pakistan. the Ironborn and the Dothraki, “Daenerys receives an unexpected visitor.