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He said only the BJP parliamentary board was empowered to announce the chief ministerial candidate and he would not like to comment on it. Rubel Hossain, So could this be the moment for the long-delayed debate on the economic direction — that has been averted so far,at least in part, We have not asked for additional personnel from the State Reserve Police Force so far. Traffic police have also come out with a plan for spectators DCP (Traffic- Headquarters) Namdeo Chavanwho currently holds additional charge of the South Traffic Divisionsaid the police have classified many roads as one-ways The N S Road in Marine Drive and all other roads in the vicinity will be one-way from 1 pm to 9 pm for afternoon matches The same roads will also be one-way from 5 pm to 12 am for evening matches? download Indian Express App More Related News and the whole team were fabulous throughout,as proposed in the new pricing policy for the medicines,000.for fear of disturbance? Though the courts intervention now looks inevitableit is high time that the Union government too acts effectively to end the mess Manipur has so far been given only the tiniest toehold on Indias consciousness Ramesh Sinha Delhi For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: December 20 2016 7:02 pm The Chepauk crowd was treated to a masterclass performance from India (Source: Instagram) Top News It was shrouded in doubt a few days before the match began because of the destruction caused by Cyclone Vardah Regardless the fifth Test between India and England did happen at the Chepauk stadium in Chennai and it went through without any hurdles Moreover good crowds turned up in the stands throughout the five days Virat Kohli’s team hence decided to do a lap of honour around the ground thanking the ground staff along the way and applauding the crowd for their support Although it did look like England would be able to wrestle a draw from the final day Ravindra Jadeja confounded them into collapsing after lunch England lost their last five wickets for a mere 15 runs thus suffering an innings defeat despite posting a total of 477 runs when they batted first #TeamIndia take a lap of honour after winning the Chennai Test and winning the series 4-0 #INDvENG A video posted by Team India (@indiancricketteam) on Dec 20 2016 at 2:45am PST The Chepauk crowd was treated to three spectacles through the course of the five days The first was KL Rahul’s knock that took him within touching distance of his first Test double hundred The crowd also fell silent when he got dismissed at 199 but slowly picked up the noise to give him a rapturous applause as he walked off The second was Karun Nair’s incredible triple century He was wearing only his third Indian Test cap but managed to not just convert his Test hundred into a double century but upstage that and become only the second Indian to get a triple century His partnership with Ravindra Jadeja gave India nearly 140 runs in under 20 overs and helped them post 759 runs before declaring the highest total India has ever got to in Test matches The third was Ravindra Jadeja who managed left England on their knees despite bowling on a track that was not offering a lot of spin He took seven wickets in addition to taking a brilliant catch to dismiss Jonny Bairstow Karun Nair was declared man of the match while skipper Virat Kohli was man of the series For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | Mumbai | Published: May 29 2015 3:11 pm Writer-director Saurabh Varma has denied reports he is working on a prequel to “Mickey Virus” Related News Writer-director Saurabh Varma has denied reports he is working on a prequel to “Mickey Virus” “It’s not true” Varma told IANS when asked about the rumours “I keep getting offers to direct films based on Delhi but nothing interesting has come across as yet I don’t want to just make a film for the sake of making it Recently a prominent producer approached me to direct a film based on hackers in Delhi But if I make something on the subject the idea has to be 10 times slicker sexier and younger than whatever I have made in the past” he added “Mickey Virus” released in 2013 features Manish Paul Varma says “the plan obviously will be to build a thriller with franchise potential keeping the audience at the edge of their seat throughout” Share This Article Related Article “I’m still toying with the idea as technology has evolved manifolds and you cannot make anything which is less than extra-ordinary in this space” he added In the meantime he has finished shooting two of films — “Solid Patels” and “7 Hours To Go” Both projects are now under post-production For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 6 2016 8:52 pm Henrikh Mkhitaryan is joining Manchester United becoming Jose Mourinho’s third signing as manager (Source: AP) Top News Midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan has joined Manchester United from German club Borussia Dortmund on a four-year contract the Premier League club announced on Wednesday The 27-year-old scored 41 goals in 140 appearances during his three-year spell at Dortmund “I am very proud to join Manchester United this move is a dream come true for me I am excited to play for a club with such an illustrious history and hope to be part of it for a long time” Mkhitaryan told the club’s website After defender Eric Bailly and forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic Mkhitaryan becomes new manager Jose Mourinho’s third signing as the Portuguese looks to build on last season’s FA Cup win For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 22 2016 1:38 pm The initial excitement of knowing Brazil would host both the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics turned bittersweet at best (Source: Reuters) Top News The Olympics ended with Brazil having shown twice in two years that it is capable of hosting the world’s biggest sporting events But was the effort worth the trouble The initial excitement of knowing Brazil would host both the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics turned bittersweet at best There were mass protests in 2013 against corruption and white elephant stadiums for the football Then this year Brazil hit a perfect storm of political crisis historic recession runaway unemployment and a huge corruption scandal in the flagship national company Petrobras How did Rio de Janeiro and the country as a whole come out in the end “The main legacy of the Games was the party for Rio’s people who will never forget these days” said leading Brazilian sports analyst Juca Kfouri “But the bill to pay will be very high” “Hopefully the Games have also provided a bit of a lesson for Brazilian fans although I doubt it” Kfouri added referring to the loud booing at foreign athletes in everything from tennis to pole vaulting and even during national anthems and medal ceremonies Bitter aftertaste The glorious days of 2009 when the Olympics were awarded to Rio are a distant memory Back then thousands of Cariocas — as Rio natives are called — celebrated on Copacabana beach watching the decision live on a huge television screen Then president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva cried on screen and hugged football legend Pele at the Copenhagen meeting where Rio had been named as South America’s first ever Olympic host He had started as an illiterate boy who shined shoes became a metal worker and union leader an opponent of the military dictatorship and finally president after three failed attempts The Olympics were to be his crowning achievement But today it is pessimism that rules Lula faces a corruption prosecution his chosen successor Dilma Rousseff faces imminent removal from office in an impeachment trial and her replacement Michel Temer is considered by many Brazilians to be illegitimate “For us Brazilians it is an honor to be hosting the Olympics but this is a very sad moment in history that will always stay with us” said Fernanda Corezola a government cemployee who came from Porto Alegre to watch the Games On the move In 2017 some 63 percent of Rio will be able to use public transport against only 17 percent in 2009 thanks to the Olympic projects to extend the metro build a light railway and set up a cross-city dedicated bus lane network “Transport is the biggest legacy of the Games in terms of the amount of investment and the amount of people benefiting” deputy mayor Rafael Picciani told AFP Residents aren’t all happy saying the buses are too few and too full and that little has been done to address generalized problems in the poorest areas A big letdown has been the failure to improve the massive pollution in the Bay of Guanabara which was used for sailing contests The cost of the Games is also controversial in a city with significant economic difficulties and a huge gap between rich and poor Although the authorities say that 60 percent of the bill was accounted for through private investors Guilherme Dias a school teacher in a poor neighborhood says: “This party… was not done for the people The events are far from where poor people live” The city center which had been badly run down is one area where big improvements have been made A modern tramway now runs from the domestic airport and a former dock area has been converted into a pedestrian zone with two new museums “The sporting and educational legacies are immense The transport infrastructure is a great benefit that will remain for future generations” said Thomas Bach head of the International Olympic Committee But many Cariocas including the almost one in three living in favelas fear little has changed Violent crime remains high with shootings by criminals or by police a daily occurrence On average almost five people a day suffer violent death For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsKolkata: Raising concern on the mechanism for GST refund to exporters West Bengal Finance Minister and GST Council’s member Amit Mitra said a parliamentary panel pointed out "no interface" among the GST Network (GSTN) and Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) electronic data interchange (EDI) systems He said delayed refund to exporters in GST regime would lead to job loss in the labour intensive export sectors Citing the parliamentary committee’s report he said: "It has been noticed that there is no interface amongst GSTN and DGFT EDI systems Even the training given to the officers on ground on issues like Letter of Undertaking (LUT) and related matters has not been adequate. it has been experienced that it is easy to pay tax but it is very difficult to get a refund" According to him the problem lies in the refund delivery mechanism because of "manual" processing of refund application and the system becomes more "primitive" "I am deeply concerned on the GST matters vis-a-vis exports" he said while addressing the Export Excellence Awards ceremony organised by the Federation of India Export Organisations on Thursday evening According to the report — Impact of Goods and Services Tax (GST) on Exports — by the parliamentary committee headed by Naresh Gujral the refund of IGST paid on export goods and refund of Input Tax Credit (ITC) on goods exported under Letter of Undertaking (LUT)/ Bond in the month of July August and September 2017 still remain pending As a result huge amount of working capital has been reportedly locked up thereby severely hurting the businesses of exporters and affecting their ability to be competitive in international markets The Committee notes that a sharp liquidity crunch has gripped the majority of exporters due to the blocking of funds the report said "It (the delay in disbursing refund) means your capital is blocked The committee’s report said the (quantum of) blocked capital (stuck up with the government for refunds) could be between 15-20 percent of the working capital Declining of the working capital would lead to losing of jobs by the workers" he said Again citing the report Mitra said the Committee notes that in the month of October there is an overall decline in the merchandise exports by negative 112 percent vis-a-vis exports of October last year The Committee notes that during the period July-October there has been a drop in the exports in the sectors like readymade garments of all textiles fruits and vegetables carpets handicrafts gems and jewellery and there has been some stagnation in the sectors like leather According to the report the labour intensive sectors appear to have been adversely impacted in this brief period he said Mitra said the GSTN is supposed to process 300 crore of invoices per month and the software system has to undergo a change Along the Porbandar coast we met a youth who had just finishedoffering namaz at Mehboob Shah mosque Yakub Menon is working in Porbandar nowadays but lives inKeshod in Junagadh district of Gujarat When I talked to Menon about the upcoming Gujarat Assembly polls he was very clear and crisp in his response "The Muslim community does not trust (Narendra) Modi" he said He added that the government is interfering with their religious affairs and the way in which the government is takingup the triple talaq issue is not justified Menon also said "at present the Muslim community in Gujarat has the highest poverty rate and the backwardness and education level is also quite low However the government does not pay any attention to it So much so that the government which talksabout ‘Digital India’ cannot even provide us the basic facilities" Standing along with Menon Nawaz Khan said that the government should do what it promises but the Modi government has failed to do what he promised Although Khanhas not yet reached the eligible voting age he said "there will be achange this time RahulGandhi and Manmohan Singh had done a better job" After visiting several areas of Saurashtra region we wanted to know what the Muslimcommunitywas thinking about this upcoming election To know this we went to Mehboob Shah mosque where Khan and Menon rejected the development model of the present government Muslims leaving the Mehboob Shah mosque after prayers Image procured by the author Amin who runs a medical shop in Porbandar said that the biggest problem of the Muslim community at present is backwardness and illiteracy However no work ever happens in Muslim areas he said "The MPs the legislators and municipal corporations are all BJP but still our work never gets done" he added Salim Bhai Nagori who takes care of his family by running an autorickshaw also raisedquestionsabout the cleanliness and other issues in Muslim areas While talkingabout supporting a particular party in the Assembly elections he said "I won’t tell you which party I will support but in the area BJP is more prominent" However Hassan Bhai Parmar standingnext to Salim Bhai said that he will vote for the Congress When we talked to the people coming outof the mosque after prayers there were a lot of complaints about the development and the condition of the Muslim community We then visited the area dominated by Muslims Muslim area is untouched by development Sheetla Chowk is just 400 meters away from Kirti temple the birthplace of Mahatma Gandhi It was named Sheetla Chowk because of Sheetla mata temple Just next to the chowk is Memanwad area which is dominated by Muslims As soon as we entered the area we saw broken roads and drain water flowing on these roads Situation got worse as we went further Only a short distance from the Kirti temple people were quarelling about the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan It became impossible to pass through the area because of the dirt on the roads The Memanwad area is covered with potholes and broken roads Image procured by the author Abdul gafar who runs a computer class in the area said "there is no work in our area" His description of development as ‘madness’ was enough to reflect the mood ofthe entire Muslim community Why are the Muslims in Porbandar angry Azim Modi who works in the fishing business said that when in 2002 there were riots in other areas of Gujarat there was no difference here "This area adjacent to the Kirti temple is a symbol of Hindu-Muslim unity Yet we don’t get any justice" he added His complaint was that Muslims are discriminated against and there are no facilities in his area Just a few months ago there was resentment among the Muslims over the controversial statement of Rajkot’s Lady Don Sonu Dangar They were upset because the BJP did not take any action against her We talked to a number of other people in the Memanwad area but everyone had the same complaint Abdul Gafar blamed the BJP for their poor education facilities He said that education in schools has gone astray "All government school and colleges do not give good education Education is being privatised" he said His complaint was that only the BJP legislators were reaping the benefit of privatisation because most of the private colleges are in their name Muslims feel they are discriminated against and there are no facilities in their area Image procured by the author In Gujarat the Muslim population is around 9 percent andthey are only influential in about 25-30 seats Despite that Muslim legislators could only manage two out of the 182 seats This is also troubling the Muslim community of Porbandar Amin said thatsome people will vote for the BJP even this time because for their self-interest?

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