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The wedding will be a two-day function that will be held on October 6 and October 7 in West Goa after which a grand reception would take place in Hyderabad. including Solan.The students belonging to SFI and ABVP –both rival student bodies boycotted the classes in the colleges and took over procession on the Mall road and later held a dharna at the Ridge to show their solidarity with family of the victim – which protesters have nicked named as ‘Gudia’ on the lines of Delhi’s ‘Nirbhaya’ Normally the processions and dharnas are not permitted on the Mall road and The Ridge because of prohibitory orders but today student activists marched on the Mall road with placardsbanners and posters while they also raised anti-police slogans “The police have bungled-up investigations The real culprits are still roaming free and they were being shielded by the police since they belong to well-to-do families Only some labourers from Nepal and Uttrakhand have been booked by fabricating a false story Till the family of the victim is not satisfied with investigations the protests will continue” said Latika one of the protesters The student unions alleged that the government was forced to hand over probe to the CBI following massive public outcry and protests at Theog and other towns but until the police arrests the real culprits and the CBI starts investigations in a fair manner the students will not give up their demands Meanwhile Shimla Nagrik Sabha –a Left wing organisation also organised protests in Shimla which was joined by several locals to seek justice for the victim Vijendra Mehra a Nagrik Sabha leader accused the state government and police of cover-up and attempt to shield the people involved “There is complete deterioration of the law and order situation The government has not been able to do justice with the family of the victim Everyday some new cases of murder come to light and police fail to arrest the culprits He claimed that growing anger in the public and massive protests happening everyday reflect the amount of disillusionment that prevails over the masses after the shocking case of rape and murder thereafter by the accused Such offenders did not deserve leniency of any sort They should be prosecuted in a fast track manner so that maximum punishment could be awarded Meanwhile PCC president Sukhwinder Sukhu admitted that the police have not done its job satisfactorily “ There has been some glaring laxity on the part of the police which has resulted in anger in the masses The state government has acted as par citizens’ aspirations after reading the underlining message about dissatisfaction and mistrust to give the case to the CBI The congress wants the accused whosoever high they maybe to be sent to the jail for committing such a gruesome crime” he said The SIT which was investigating the case has arrested six persons including son of a leading orchardist and driver -cum-munshi (Manager) of another Kotkhai orchardist Rest all four are labourers two each from Nepal and Garahwal For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Priyanka Sharma | Mumbai | Updated: September 25 2017 1:54 pm Nawazuddin Siddiqui will be seen alongside Kriti Sanon in a romantic comedy by Vishal Bhar Related News Actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui and filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj two of the finest talents in the Hindi film industry are collaborating for the first time on a romantic comedy which will be helmed by a debutante director While Vishal will produce the film one of his assistants will take the director’s chair There have been reports of Nawazuddin and actor Kriti Sanon being signed for Vishal’s next While Nawazuddin confirmed his involvement with the yet-untitled project he maintained he was not aware of the actor cast opposite him “I am doing a film with Vishal Bhardwaj But I don’t know who is being cast opposite me It hasn’t been decided yet But this is official that we are working with each other I always wanted to work with Vishal ji” Nawazuddin told media persons on Sunday evening on the sidelines of the 8th Jagran Film Festival Currently the actor is doing reading sessions for the film as there is some time left for the movie to go on floors Besides this project Nawazuddin has already begun shooting for Anurag Kashyap’s web series Sacred Games which is a Netflix original The series also stars Saif Ali Khan Radhika Apte and Shahana Goswami The series is an adaptation of Vikram Chandra’s novel of the same name While Saif will be seen as Sartaj Singh Nawazuddin will play gangster Ganesh Gaitonde Radhika is playing as RAW analyst Anjali Mathur The series will consist of eight episodes four each directed by Kashyap and Vikramaditya Motwane The latter will also serve as the showrunner For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Soumya Kanti Ghosh Ajit Ranade | Updated: September 26 2017 6:36 am Fiscal expansion got a bad name because in India it has been largely pro-cyclical (Illustration: C R Sasikumar) Related News Any talk of a fiscal stimulus is sure to make the purist amongst economists raise a red flag Even policy-makers begin to sound defensive when pushing fiscal expansion However historically this term has been quoted out of context in India and the current debate is no different Even as there is talk that the government is planning a fiscal push to support growth strong dissenting voices are suggesting that all hell will break loose Comparisons are being made with the 2008 stimulus and dire warnings are being issued We believe that there must be an impartial assessment of the current situation and a fair comparison between 2008 and the current situation is required It is our conviction that a counter-cyclical fiscal policy push is the need of the hour and it should not be misconstrued as similar to the misguided fiscal policy of the past First let’s put the numbers in context The total size of the discretionary fiscal stimulus that India provided during 2008-2010 was 18 per cent of the GDP much lower than its Asian counterparts and several other countries — Korea 94 per cent US 49 per cent and China 62 per cent and South Africa 68 per cent among others The stimulus per se was then not the main culprit behind runaway inflation and rupee panic as some critics would have us believe There were additional measures including the debt waiver amounting to 09 per cent of the GDP the Pay Commission’s recommendations around 08 per cent of the GDP and a staggering 22 per cent increase in the MSP during FY09-FY11 which together were responsible for the macro deterioration not just the fiscal stimulus Second there are important differences between then and now even though the loan waivers (by various states not the Centre) and the Pay Commission awards are common elements The situation now is quite different First the Pay Commission’s recommendations as a percentage of the incremental PFCE (private final capital expenditure) are down to 9 per cent in FY17 from 22 per cent in FY09 This implies a less frothy boom in consumption Second unlike the earlier years there are no arrears that have to be paid Third the loan waivers are unlikely to fuel inflation as inflation has structurally corrected from double digits to low single digits in the last three years and rural demand is now at multi-year lows Fourth procurement price increases in the last three years have been moderate and do not threaten inflation Fiscal expansion got a bad name because in India it has been largely pro-cyclical This means that fiscal policy is expansionary (increasing spending/reducing taxes) in boom times and contractionary in recession The opposite is true for counter-cyclical policy which is more effective Ever since the East Asian crisis of the mid-1990s institutions like the IMF pushed fiscal austerity for the developing countries especially when the debt situation worsened or fiscal deficit exceeded targets Rating agencies too joined the chorus asking for austerity to combat rising debts and deficits Such advice was quickly abandoned during the European debt crisis The IMF even apologised that its earlier austerity advice was wrong Malaysia which had defied the IMF in 1997 had the last laugh So obviously an effective policy calls for a classical Keynesian approach that is countercyclical fiscal policy This means that deficits should decline when the economy is expanding and increase during economic downturns The expert committee on Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management in its report recommended numerical targets for debt and deficits But it also provided an escape clause for deviating from the deficit target by up to 05 per cent of the GDP One of the triggers for the escape clause was far-reaching structural reforms in the economy with unanticipated fiscal implications Surely demonetisation GST and RERA in quick succession should qualify for this criteria They have created much short-term fiscal uncertainty It is hence imperative that we believe the government must go for a fiscal push This is different from 2009 Policy should now focus on structural bottlenecks and not on putting money in the hands of consumers The first of these is to recapitalise public sector banks through widely-discussed recapitalisation bonds that have precedence not only in India but also in many other countries (Korea and Malaysia for example) The obvious advantages of such bonds are that they do not alter the fiscal maths The government need not raise immediate tax revenues and by borrowing directly from the banking system instead of the markets the Centre can avoid crowding out private borrowings or distorting market yields The fiscal package could also include sector-specific measures such as on sectors like exports telecom construction and power Last year’s textile package of support for wage costs and interest subvention could be expanded Some successful state-level initiatives as in the garment sector in Odisha can be expanded nationally Affordable housing offers another big opportunity It has a big multiplier effect It helps the construction sector and has the maximum employment elasticity Another area is the resolution of stressed assets It is high on the agenda of the government and hence the National Company Law Tribunal infrastructure needs further ramping up Structural and deep reforms like GST RERA monetary policy framework and move to less-cash and digital economy will all pay back over the longer term However they have created short-term uncertainties and disruption This needs deft policy and perception management The earlier NDA government took bold decisions like radically revamping the telecom policy (from fixed fee to revenue share) and launching the golden quadrilateral project all of which have borne fruit in the longer term leading to sustained growth of over 9 per cent The short-term fiscal measures will also bear fruit in the medium term Bigger reform in land and labour await us Bigger spending also awaits us in urban infrastructure India needs to correct imbalances in regional growth and the urban-rural divide and addressing the woes of the farm sector There is much work to do but for this year we need a definite fiscal push Ranade is chief economist Aditya Birla Group and Ghosh is group chief economic advisor State Bank of India Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News Muzaffar Wani, Top News Himachal Pradesh government on?board. 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This is what I said in my constituency. The proposed legislation would ensure that the police are not obstructed from dealing with gangsters with an iron hand, All India Judicial Employees Association General Secretary B Lakshma Reddy said the employees in all the 10 districts held demonstrations. Preneet Kaur won seat by 17,Apparently,political gimmick? Gurwant Singh, 2009 6:42 pm Related News Actor Irrfan Khan has decided to continue shooting of his upcoming film and declined to use a body double for the remaining sequence despite sustaining a bad leg injury during one of the takes. When you diet, run-down buildings that line its either side.

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