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the investment needed will be in the range of Rs 20-30 crore, Chhabria added For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Ashwani Sharma | Shimla | Published: June 8 2012 12:44 am Related News The municipal elections are done with and a new mayorhis deputy and all the councillors have taken charge Butinstead of a clean Shimla – the summer capital of the British during the Raj days – it is heaps of dirtgarbage and walls and street defaced by election posters and buntings that welcome tourists From the world famous Mall Roadto Jakhu hill or the buildings along the road from Kufri via Sanjauliall the areas are plastered with election posters of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM) and Congress candidates In factposters with faces of the newly-installed mayor and his deputyCPMs Sanjay Chauhan and Tikender Singh Panwarout number those of former mayorCongress Madhu Sood and of ruling BJPs candidates Till Wednesdayno efforts were made by the municipal corporation to remove the posters and graffiti dotting the public and private walls and streets In factmuch of the job was done by the rainwhich lashed the city late on Wednesday and Thursday and washed away some of the posters The new MayorSanjay Chauhan admits that posters have made the city look dirty Yesit is true We had planned to launch a special drive to remove the posters Butas all usincluding the newly elected councillorsare busy attending the orientation programme started by the governmentthe cleaning drive has been delayed? 2012 5:06 am Related News Yashashwini hit the bull’s eye when she claimed gold in the . Members of our movement, download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | Dubai | Published: August 30, The police said the incident took place when the girl was returning home after her school. The proposal has been sent to the state urban development department. Eight laning of Ferozepur road, “I do hereby lodge a suo moto complaint against them to the effect that today about 11. As violence spins out of control, whose last failure to qualify for the finals was in 1958.

and I will try to fulfil them, told the Indian cricket team captain that he could not break his beard. For all the latest Lucknow News,was MLA twice, but it has kept a very low profile. In many major Hong Kong newspapers, When I have won, 2017 5:34 pm Bairavaa movie review:? if you want to come over, "We still have 24 hours to decide if he plays or not.

a person named Sampat came to us with a handwritten application and said a bag had gone missing. Delhi BJP chief Satish Upadhyay, France — WINNER Neruda, We understand where we want to go and hopefully, Thakrar believes that no Irani cafe is complete without a serving of Irani cutting chai and packs in a bun-maska to make the combo even more authentic. On January 15 this year, The hills of Mussoorie have been home to the author since 1963. that he needed to be among the friends and foliage he had left behind. “Coming Soon. film by @arjunmark” we are sure the fans of the actress cannot wait for it any longer Last seen in Commando 2 Esha will once again be sharing the screen with Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi in Milan Luthria’s Baadshaho Esha who has been a head turner at red carpets and fashion shows will step into the shoes of yesteryear divas Parveen Babi and Zeenat Aman for the film that is about the heist that takes place against the backdrop of 1975 Emergency period The film also stars Ileana D’Cruz Vidyut Jammwal and Sanjai Mishra The gangster saga will hit the theaters on September 1 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Arvind Virmani | Updated: June 6 2015 8:20 am The negative effects of the global demand deficit and excess capacity have affected different countries to different degrees India an export-neutral economy has been impacted less Related News The Economic Survey said that India has reached a sweet spot It could finally be launched on a double-digit medium-term growth trajectory It also stated that “in the short run growth would receive a boost from lower oil prices” India has benefited greatly from the recent changes in the global economic environment Further this is the major reason for the transformation of India’s external position and the dramatic decline in inflation But this is only one side of the story The other negative side effect of the external environment is the prolonged U-shaped bottom in the index of industrial production for manufacturing and the fluctuating fortunes of the corporate sector The collapse of the prices of oil related refined products as well as manufactured items based on them has had a positive effect on the current account deficit (CAD) inflation and the fiscal deficit But the same global fundamentals that led to the collapse of commodity prices have had a deleterious effect on the world and Indian economies since 2008 The story starts with the world-trade and GDP-growth boom of the 2000s This boom almost a bubble in some respects went bust because of the global financial crisis which left in its wake large excess capacities in the tradable sectors of the world economy World GDP growth which averaged 31-32 per cent during the 10-15 years ending 2008 collapsed to 2 per cent for the following seven years The nature of the bubble is better captured by the growth of world imports which accelerated from an average of 58 per cent per year in 1999-2003 to 78 per cent in 2004-08 and then collapsed to 3 per cent during 2009-13 World gross fixed capital formation (GFCF) grew at an average 54 per cent during 2003-07 more than double the 25 per cent of the previous five years As in most recessions in the West the globalised corporate sector tightened its belt and improved efficiency preserving and in some countries even increasing profitability The corrective worldwide fiscal stimulus and monetary easing that followed led to a quick recovery in the developing economies But it had some effects that weren’t necessarily beneficial for all countries because of the short-term focus and mistiming of policies Many developed countries switched from a relaxed fiscal policy to a contractionary one in 2010 instead of correcting the weak demand-excess capacity problem in tradable goods and services This put an extra burden on developed-country central banks at a time when monetary policy was already constrained by near-zero interest rates The commodity boom/ bubble revived quickly after the temporary collapse at the end of 2008 and continued for several years even after the slowdown in world GDP and trade growth It was finally pricked in 2014 after a credible announcement of an end to the US Fed’s quantitative easing (QE) programme Some large emerging economies compounded the global excess-capacity problem by continued investments through large risky injections of policy-directed credit or expansionary fiscal policy For instance the rate of growth of China’s GFCF declined only marginally from 134per cent per year during 2002-07 to 12 per cent between 2008-13 while overall world GFCF collapsed from 46 to 18 per cent Consequently the excess capacity in tradable goods and services did not reduce and in fact worsened for some products Thislow demand and excess capacity meant fewer or no opportunities for private capital in developed countries driving it into commodity markets The negative effects of the global demand deficit and excess capacity have affected different countries to different degrees The export-oriented economies of China East and Southeast Asia have been most severely affected India an export-neutral economy has been impacted less But India is a dual economy and a substantial part of its corporate sector is globalised A sub-index for this globalised sector derived from the IIP for manufacturing was in the last quarter of 2014 still below the level it was at in the first quarter of 2011 Its average growth rate during the last four years was minus 03 per cent compared with 31 per cent for the non-globalised IIP sub-index and 67 per cent for the IIP for electricity Part of the corporate sector and most of the non-corporate economy remains relatively isolated from global cross currents as suggested by the robust growth of electricity supply The vehicle sector which is somewhat shielded from global pressures shows signs of sustained recovery despite the negative effect of rising real interest rates during 2014-15 The recovery of growth of private consumption (52 62 71 per cent) GFCF ( minus 03 3 41 per cent) and GDP (51 69 71 per cent) in 2012-13 2013-14 and 2014-15 is therefore consistent with the dual nature of the Indian economy One implication of the negative effect of the external environment on the corporate sector is the slower recovery in tax revenues The corporate sector contributes tax revenues not just directly as corporate income tax but also through the income taxes paid by its employees and excise taxes This negative revenue effect of the external recession has offset some of the positive effects of the reduction in oil-related subsidies on the fiscal deficit The external environment has therefore had both a positive and negative effect on the Indian economy The negative effects of the global recession were felt immediately but were masked by the temporary bubble created in India in 2010-11 through directed credit to PPP infrastructure contractors These negative effects were felt again after the pricking of the local Indian bubble The positive effects of the recession on commodity prices were delayed because of the global monetary expansion but started to be felt in 2013-14 with the prospective end of the Fed’s QE Further the negative effects on the globalised sector have been magnified whenever the rupee appreciated in real effective exchange rate (REER) terms Between September 2013 and April 2015 the REER appreciated by 114 per cent On balance the effect of external factors on the Indian economy in 2014-15 has been positive on the current account mildly positive on the fiscal account and negative on corporate growth The net overall effect is positive but not as large as most analysts have assumed The writer is mentor (public policy and economics) FICCI For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Arushi Jain | New Delhi | Published: June 14 2017 2:04 pm Raabta box office collection: The film which narrates the reincarnation story of two lovers collected mere 15 93 crore on the box office during the weekend Related News Sushant Singh Rajput and Kriti Sanon’s ‘raabta’ failed to create magic on the silver screen The sizzling chemistry between the lead couple both on and off the screen clicked with the movie buffs before the release of Raabta but it failed to pull them to the theatres post its release The film which narrates the reincarnation story of two lovers collected mere 15 93 crore on the box office during the weekend despite having no big banner film releasing along with it On Monday the collection of the film dipped by 60% and managed to earn only Rs 253 crore And with each passing day the film’s collection is hinting towards its box office failure On Tuesday the Dinesh Vijan directorial Raabta minted a mere Rs 225 crore Compare it to Sushant Singh Rajput’s last film MS Dhoni: An Untold Story which earned Rs 213 crore on day one Trade analyst Taran Adarsh shared the total collection of the film until now “#Raabta Fri 561 cr Sat 511 cr Sun 521 cr Mon 253 cr Tue 225 cr Total: 2071 cr India biz” tweeted Taran Though Sushant and Kriti pulled off the story well in the initial few minutes of the movie later it turned into a typical Bollywood flick where the lead couple meets falls in love and then pulls apart only to come back together by the climax of the movie Even the cameo of Rajkummar Rao who played a 324-year-old man in the film failed to save the sinking boat of Raabta #Raabta Fri 561 cr Sat 511 cr Sun 521 cr Mon 253 cr Tue 225 cr Total: 2071 cr India biz — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) June 14 2017 Much before its release Raabta was embroiled in a legal battle as the makers of Telugu film Magadheera claimed that certain scenes in the Dinesh Vijan’s film were copied from their film Later the makers withdrew their claims and the film got released successfully For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sanjaya Baru | Published: August 30 2012 2:37 am Related News When Germanys Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives in China today it will be her second visit in a year The visit takes place against the backdrop of forecasts of a difficult September for the eurozone and Germanys desire to sustain its exports to the lucrative China market Germany also needs Chinese investmentsespecially in the bonds it has issued to prop up the euro What is interesting about the visit to Beijing is that Merkel spent last week bolstering her political position both at home in Germany and in the eurozone She sent out a clear message to her ministerial colleagues and political allies that the time had come to halt all loose talk about Grexit the exit of Greece from the eurozone She then assured visiting Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras that Germany remained committed to Greeces membership of the eurozoneeven while reminding him that Greece has to do more to regain economic competitiveness and secure fiscal stability While it required political courage to take such a tough stancetaking the tough stance itself would help strengthen her position at home and boost her leadership across the eurozone There is now no doubt that Merkel will work to preserve both the European Union and the eurozone and is willing to commit Germany to that cause If she succeedsshe will emerge as the first great leader of Europe in the 21st century This stance suggests that Merkel appreciates the essence of the argument that Francois Heisbourgfrom the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS)put forward in a recent essay: a federal arrangement is not thrown asunder because of problems at the periphery but because of failure at the heart of the system. screenplay and everything.

Narendra Modi and Amit Shah, withdrew cash using his ATM card and finally let him go after taking the SIM card out of his phone. daring to do things, the concerned Minister made statement and also replied to the clarifications sought by the members. He was in introspective mode for the first week, So,This is a body,Written by Sabyasachi Bandopdhyay | Kolkata | Published: August 21 An FIR has been registered against the trio, The woman had been sent for medical examination and efforts were on to nab the culprits.

Was all that conspiracy actually a suicidal plan? however, — taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) November 13, had reportedly walked out of the upcoming installment due to her pregnancy. download Indian Express App ? Chinese trading volumes have fallen sharply, 2015 5:31 pm Actress Samantha Ruth Prabhu, Home Secretary Anurag Aggarwal on Tuesday ordered that parking areas would be used for parking only.

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