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".why does he not prevail upon RSS to disband the VHP why does he not take action against the office bearers of Bajrang Dal "Therefore it is his ideological co-travellers who have been perpetrating this spectre of uncertainty and terror in the name of cow lumpenism across the country thereby whatever the Prime Minister says today is absolutely humbug and completely sanctimonious" Tewari said Echoing similar sentiments JD(U) leader Pavan Verma said had the PM given a stern message earlier the "menace" of gau rakshaks could have been prevented "If the Prime Minister had given the same message earlier we would not have seen this menace of gau rakshaks spreading pan India But he choose to keep silent although he tweets on any other subject under the sun Breaking the silence is welcome the only question is why so late" he said CPI leader D Raja also crticised the ruling dispensation stating there were issues on which people expect the PM to speak including increasing atrocities on dalits "Why has the PM not uttered a single word against the atrocities committed in his own state Gujarat" he asked BJP however defended Modi’s statement and said the opposition attack was a "classic book example of political bankruptcy" "There cannot be more direct censure by the Prime Minister in expressing his displeasure to what anti-social elements are doing in the name of ‘Gau Raksha’" BJP National Secretary Sidharth Nath Singh said Written by Express Web Desk | Published: June 17 2017 9:24 pm AB de Villiers feels that Virat Kohli has learned to accept the realities and he has great ability to learn from his mistakes and come back harder (Source: Reuters) Related News Ahead of India’s Champions Trophy final against arch-rivals Pakistan Virat Kohli will be the man to watch out for as he faces a huge test of attitude character and patience when he comes out for his first final in an ICC tournament as captain on Sunday South Africa’s one-day captain and Kohli’s teammate from Royal Challengers Bangalore AB de Villiers has expressed his thoughts on Kohli’s captaincy in his column for BBC He feels that there are a few people who would love to be standing in Virat Kohli’s shoes this weekend leading their national team into the final of Champions Trophy and there is no doubt the captain of India will be relishing the prospect of Sunday’s final against Pakistan at The Oval De Villiers in his column also praised his Royal Challengers Bangalore teammate for his hard work which he has shown from such a young age “I have been privileged to play alongside him in the last six Indian Premier League tournaments and as his team-mate at Royal Challengers Bangalore have seen at first hand not only his extraordinary skill as a batsman but also the energy and intensity that he brings to the game He is a consummate surgeon at the crease intensely focussed working hard playing the ball into gaps in the field and staying calm under pressure He is always judging the right time to consolidate and the right time to seize a game by the scruff of the neck” De Villiers wrote in his column that Pakistan bowlers will realise the paramount importance of controlling Virat on Sunday as he has shown his best form in this tournament”He has found his best form in this tournament scoring an unbeaten 81 in India’s opening win over Pakistan adding an unbeaten 76 in the do-or-die victory over South Africa and compiling a clinical and commanding 96 not out in the semi-final victory over Bangladesh” De Villiers also mentioned about Virat’s determination to succeed and his hardcore training sessions”He is determined and relentless in training remaining in the nets as long as necessary to ensure he feels comfortable with every aspect of his game I have watched him rehearse his strokes over and over again until sweat is pouring from his brow never stopping until he is satisfied” De Villiers feels that Virat has learned to accept the realities and he has great ability to learn from his mistakes and come back harder “Virat has learned to live with these realities… and also to accept the burden of unrealistic expectation that he should score runs every time he reaches the crease and that his team should win every time they take the field When things don’t go well – and unfortunately for Virat as for anyone else things don’t always go well – he falls back on his intense commitment and works ever harder until he turns the corner and meets the excessively high expectations” De Villiers wrote in his column for BBC For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Surjit S Bhalla | Updated: February 22 2016 4:48 am One of the major results of the new GDP series was that the growth in the year preceding the election FY14 was jacked up from a previous 47 per cent estimate to a respectable 69 per cent (later revised to 66 per cent) Related News Ever since the new GDP data was released in January 2015 most economists in the government and outside it have been more than sceptical With the release of the advance estimates of the GDP for fiscal year 2015-16 (FY 2016) which showed the GDP growing at 76 per cent the crescendo of criticism has reached new heights I will show below that this criticism and/ or scepticism is completely unwarranted and that those who have seriously questioned the GDP data owe apologies to the Central Statistical Office (CSO) for doubting the authenticity of the data and the integrity of the statisticians The setting up of a GDP review exercise in India (under the “guidance” of the UN and the IMF) is a pre-planned exercise and conducted every decade or so In May 2014 India had a national election in which there were only two themes — first high inflation and low growth and second corruption One of the major results of the new GDP series was that the growth in the year preceding the election FY14 was jacked up from a previous 47 per cent estimate to a respectable 69 per cent (later revised to 66 per cent) There are four reasons that explain the presence of the doubting Thomases First India’s growth could not be just inches below China’s; it had to be several feet below Second India couldn’t by definition grow faster than China There has been a rapid decline in China’s GDP growth rate from double-digit levels that prevailed for 32 years (1980-2011) to a sudden drop since FY12 The new GDP numbers for India are 66 per cent in FY14 (below China’s 73 per cent) and 72 per cent in FY15 (way above China’s 69 per cent) Hence the only safe conclusion was that the data was not telling the truth The third important reason for doubt was purely political The CSO was being told according to some doubters by the Narendra Modi government in that ever so conspiratorial way to massage the data The fourth reason may be the most important explanation For quite some time now the world has been gripped by deflation or at least declining inflation India’s GDP deflator (implicit price index) too has been falling It touched a historic low of negative 10 per cent in FY16 Given this fact herewith some strong evidence that GDP growth for FY16 may even be higher than that claimed by the CSO Nominal non-food bank credit has been creeping up in FY16 and places the real credit growth in the first quarter of FY16 as the eighth fastest rate in the last nine years and the highest rate since Q2 of FY11 Further few have marked that quantity of oil imports is up a healthy 83 per cent This is the seventh highest April-December rate since the beginning of the high growth period in FY04 and near identical to the average growth rate of 85 per cent for the same period None of these statistics however are convincing for the real doubter The Wall Street Journal in an article dated February 10 boldly headlined “5 charts that show India might be overstating its growth” The article asserted that growth was “nowhere near as strong as the data suggest [76 per cent] and that other performance indicators show the economy is still struggling to gain momentum The government made some major changes in the way it measures GDP in January last year which resulted in a bump in growth rates and presented a much rosier economic picture” A major item on everyone’s list (excluding the lazy economist’s citation of low export growth again an item messed up by disinflation) is that manufacturing is much weaker than what the data indicate Prior to the GDP revision India relied on the Index of Industrial Production (IIP) to estimate growth in manufacturing Since last year the CSO has moved to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) balance sheet database for an aggregate of over 500000 companies (versus a few hundred contained in the IIP data) Surely a big improvement in coverage However till date there is no explanation for this and I believe there cannot be an adequate explanation why the CSO has refused to release these data Unless the MCA database is released regardless of the evidence the CSO data will be (correctly) treated with suspicion: Hah you are not releasing the data because you have something to hide The IIP data shows a 3 per cent real growth for manufacturing between April and December while the CSO data suggests that real growth was 95 per cent and nominal growth was 81 per cent Growth in value added is what the GDP accounts measure — and nominal value added growth is approximately equal to a weighted average of profits and wages Labour compensation accounts for a significant proportion (almost 90 per cent) of total output and this has grown at an 85 per cent rate in FY16; median profits for a sample of 120 manufacturing companies (BSE 500) rose by 18 per cent This suggests that value added in nominal terms has grown at a 95 per cent rate The CSO estimate is based on 70 per cent balance sheet growth for organised manufacturing and 30 per cent for the unorganised sector; for this latter component IIP growth is the proxy used by the CSO The CSO price deflator for manufacturing is minus 14 per cent Hence our estimate of real manufacturing growth is (07 x (95 + 14) + (30 x 3)) or 85 per cent vs CSO 95 per cent — close So I end this discussion with two pleas First the CSO should release the MCA database Second the harsh critics of the new GDP data should tender an apology to the CSO The write is contributing editor ‘The Indian Express’ and senior India analyst The Observatory Group a New York-based macro policy advisory group For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News was aware that he was an operative of terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). 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CROWDING OUT HURRICANE JOSE Irma lashed Cuba and the Bahamas as it drove toward Florida on Friday after hitting the eastern Caribbean with its tree-snapping winds, India had to survive a nerous final quarter and some tense final minutes before winning their third Asia Cup title by beating Malaysia 2-1 in the final of the 2017 edition.” (Read this to understand Roy’s theory. Austin, and there had been no major attacks since 2009.after thought?the lawyers have pointed out that Soorajs arrest was based on undated letters that surfaced a few days after Khans death The letter was found by Khans mother Rabiya and handed over to the police In a six-page undated letter allegedly written by Khanwhich the police is using as a dying declaration to charge Sooraj with abetment of suicidethe actor has allegedly spoken of torture and an abortion Howeverthe letter does not mention when the abortion or abuse took placeand neither attributes any of these specifically to Soorajthe lawyers have pointed out Although the sessions court rejected Soorajs bail applicationit pointed out that it was difficult to confirm the authenticity of the letter at this stage Soorajs defence lawyers contend that the handwriting in the letter and Khans signature were different The High Court will hear the application on July 5 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: February 23, Shibpur), could not pick the best stadium out of all the venues that will host U-17 World Cup in October. Two separate devices ?

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