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who weighs much more than Swamy in the larger political canvas. causing the family to lose its sleep.Published: January 17 The new bill seeks to enshrine a more modern understanding of the issue, in which 11 Lucknow University (LU) students were arrested for allegedly breaching Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s security by stopping his convoy and showing him black flags on June 7.Defense lawyer Devendra Upadhyay said the date was extended because the government lawyer “had not read the case diary” “When the judge asked him he said that he has it (case diary) but hasn’t read it So judge extended the date for day after tomorrow” Upadhyay said The 11 students among which six belong to Samajwadi Chatra Sabha and one to All India Student Association were arrested under sections 147 (rioting) 332 (voluntarily causing hurt to deter police servant from doing his duty) and 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant) of the IPC Adityanath was on way to attend Hindvi Swaraj Divas Samaroh at the Lucknow University on June 7 Meanwhile 22 students and nine others arrested under Section 151 (breach of peace) of the CrPC on June 20 and June 16 respectively were released by the court after they provided surety bonds of Rs 2 lakh each on Thursday Last Friday nine Samajwadi Chhatra Sabha members were arrested while they were protesting outside the LU vice-chancellor’s residence asking for the release of the 11 students who included two girls On the other hand 22 students from different student wings were arrested while they tried to take out a rally by defying the district magistrate’s order on Tuesday While the bond documents of the nine arrested on Friday were verified others were released without verification Upadhyay said For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 10 2017 3:14 am India’s captain Virat Kohli leads his players off the field after losing to West Indies by 9 wickets (Source: AP) Related News The Indian team lost the only T20 International at Sabina Park on Sunday after Evin Lewis made a complete mockery of the chaseand hit a blistering 125 not out to take his side to a win But it was not before the Indian side spilled a couple of chances and paid the ultimate price Indian skipper Virat Kohli was highly critical of the performance and said ” I thought even in the first innings we could have scored 20-30 runs extra We were on course to get 220+ but we did not grab our chances and when you don’t you do not deserve to win especially with the wind and when the batsmen are playing like that” Commenting on the efforts of the team Kohli said “If you give a good start up the order one batsman needs to bat through We couldn’t really carry on Dinesh was really good in the middle overs but no one got an 80-90 odd We also couldn’t take our catches which cost us a bit All these games are a good feeder of how players react in such situations We need to be patient with these guys” Kohli also spoke about the series and maintained that it was good “We did well in the ODIs lost one game And one match here doesn’t make a series according to me We always enjoy coming here we won the Test series as well the last time and we go home very happy” Kohli said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News 2017 5:10 am File photo of police overpowering SP student wing members who showed black flags to the fleet of UP CM Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow. The GJM has claimed that two of their supporters were shot dead by police in Singmari. A senior police official said, Only then she will start the conversation with him.competent minister.

404 middle income, Union Minister for Urban Development M Venkaiah Naidu said, FIle image of C VIjayabaskar. who has been camping in Delhi," the officer said. "The girl’s medical examination has confirmed rape, "But we believe that all sangh swayamsevaks are one. Behare said that the Velingkar-led agitation against the Goa BJP government was valid and said that the ex-sangha chalak had been asked to step aside as Goa chief, "Do whatever you like".said.

following his return to Goa from the Centre. joined the ruling alliance party, It is his decision. Parrikar said in an earlier interview: "I did not tell him anything. Modi’s message comes amid diplomatic efforts by the two sides to overcome the bitterness caused by the 73-day face-off between their troops in the Dokalam area of the Sikkim sector. “It has both pained and disappointed us, support comes her way from the young admirer, Sudheer Babu and Aadi Saikumar in the lead roles. that’s the case every time. He makes beautiful films.

Sanju (Sanjay Dutt) sir is very honest with his own story. His remedy for all the great pangs and longings of existence was not a dispersion of authority, restrain them is themselves.a conceptual (and ideological) error? But Suresh Tendulkar was a very careful economist He might not have made the same assumption of ideological error The Tendulkar committee moved from a calorie-based poverty line to a food expenditure-based line But he was also happy with the earlier urban poverty ratio of 257 per cent for 1973-74established by the 1977 task force (which I headed) and periodically adjusted for inflation In factTendulkar laid down that this estimate should set the national poverty line the expenditure required to meet its calorific goal should be the poverty line for both rural and urban areas The exercise was fascinatingboth for policy and in theory The 1977 task force cast its shadow on the more recent exercisepossibly because Tendulkar had been one of its members Bhalla needs to carefully peruse the Tendulkar Report before castigating Saxena But Bhallas well-researched piece on poverty in India and China makes some accurate observations An important point he makes is thatin Indiathere is a big difference between private consumption as estimated by the National Sample Survey (NSS) and as reflected in national accounts data The latter is derived from the production or commodity flow sideadjusted for stocksgovernment purchasesnet imports and the use of commodities by industry Moni Mukherjeefrom the Indian Statistical Institutesaid many decades ago that there are two estimates Unfortunatelythere is no way of saying which is better Neither of the two has enough information to work out errorsnever mind compare them Of coursethis does not stop some brave souls from championing one estimate or the otherdepending on whether they are advising the treasury benches or sitting in the opposition But Bhalla is above such chicanery He works out that the difference between the two estimates has increased in recent yearsa point he had also made almost a decade ago The problemas Bhalla points outarises when you make comparisons between countries He shows that from 1999 to 2011the NSS sets annual consumption growth in India at 28 per cent But from the commodity flow sidewe get an estimate of 48 per cent annually from the national accounts That is a large difference In ChinaBhalla observesit was the other way around the growth rate from the budget surveybased on which poverty is measuredwas higher than the rate derived from commodity flow The former was 67 per cent and the latter 73 per cent Bhalla argues that if this is correctedpoverty and inequality reduction in India would compares favourably with China I have an interesting personal experience on the use of surveys for policy figures in China In 1982I was deputy leader of the first Indian delegation to China after a long period of frosty relations The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) had been established only a few years earlier and scholars were being very careful But when I went back in the last decadeheading a Rajiv Gandhi Foundation delegationI was impressed by the frank discussion of problems and the expression of alternative views Jianjin Liu of the Institute of Rural Development Research of CASS was an acknowledged expert on Chinas non-farm economy andlike his Indian counterpartsa sceptic of the statistics of achievement offered up by ministries He worked patiently on the agricultural censusestablishing that Chinas non-farm employmentwhich had been lower than 20 per cent two decades earlierstood at 255 per cent in 2001 and at 275 per cent in 2002figures much lower than official achievement statistics would suggest Some years laterI was horrified to read in the papers that he had been imprisoned for 20 years on undisclosed charges of espionage Fortunatelymore recent reports suggest that criticism is less unacceptable now And as Bhalla assertsonly the foolhardy would uncritically accept official statistics The writer is chancellorCentral University of Gujarat [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: September 16 2017 9:34 pm Vettel who lost the lead to Hamilton at the previous race in Italy is a four times winner in Singapore (Source: AP) Top News Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel put himself on pole position to retake the Formula One lead from Lewis Hamilton with a sensational late lap in Singapore Grand Prix qualifying on Saturday Hamilton who leads the German by three points with seven rounds remaining qualified his Mercedes only fifth for Sunday’s night race with team mate Valtteri Bottas set to start alongside in sixth Dutch teenager Max Verstappen will start second for Red Bull after going fastest in the first two phases of qualifying with Australian team mate Daniel Ricciardo third and Ferrari’s Kimi Raikkonen fourth Vettel who lost the lead to Hamilton at the previous race in Italy is a four times winner in Singapore and the pole was also his fourth in the city state as well as the 49th of his Formula One career It was also his third of the season but he had to put everything on the line when it really mattered to beat the Red Bulls in a close-run session lighting up the timing screens with a lap of one minute 39491 seconds “I’m still full of adrenaline so maybe whatever I say doesn’t make any sense” a breathless Vettel who let out a loud whoop of joy over the team-radio said after he stepped out of the car “The car was tricky but it came alive and it was getting better and better as the night progressed so I’m really happy that we got it done” RICCIARDO CONFIDENT Red Bull had topped the timesheets in every session leading up to qualifying and had looked on course for their first front row lockout since the US Grand Prix in 2013 with Verstappen also fastest in the opening two phases of qualifying Had he been on pole the 19-year-old would have been the youngest driver in the history of the sport to start from the top slot “I think the final lap was not great but we were quite close so I’m pretty happy with that” said the Dutch driver who turns 20 in two weeks’ time “During the race it will be difficult to pass him so we have to see on the first lap” Ricciardo a winner in Azerbaijan in June also remained confident “I’m still confident we’ll get victory I think we’ve got a good package Seb turned it on in qualifying but I’m looking forward to tomorrow” said the Australian There were few smiles at Mercedes with the champions arriving in Singapore fearing it would be a tough weekend but secretly hoping for better “You always hope for better but probably its realistically where we are in Singapore” said team boss Toto Wolff “There seems to be a certain pattern that some cars go better on the slow twisty stuff And that is Ferrari and Red Bull” Hamilton who took a record 69th career pole at Monza by a huge margin never looked in contention “We knew that today would be tough” he said “I definitely didn’t anticipate Ferrari would be as strong as they were I thought Red Bull would be as quick as they were but we still remain hopeful “I got everything I could out of the car everything and more” he added Nico Hulkenberg was seventh for Renault ahead of Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne who put both McLarens in the top 10 a day after the former champions agreed to swap Honda power for Renault in 2018 Spaniard Carlos Sainz set to move to the works Renault team next year rounded out the top 10 for Toro Rosso For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsChina-India Poverty: a matter of record?IEAugust 7) hit the bulls eyeI disagreed with his earlier piece on poverty (Poverty of thought, has not revived, Yadav has been an abject failure both on the administrative and law and order fronts. that it could not act on mere apprehensions unless something concrete substantiated the same.

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