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Baramulla 29-11-2016: Corps HQ, The expected ‘gain’ was huge: apart from putting an end to black money etc. the government expected to get a bonanza of Rs 300000 crore in the form of a special dividend from the Reserve Bank of India As it turns out the surgical strike on cash has unravelled faster — in less than a month The queues outside banks and ATMs are still long banks run out of cash within a few hours of opening and most ATMs are dry and non-functional All major markets remain closed or severely crippled Retail business is down by as much as 80 per cent Farmers have no cash to buy seeds or fertilisers or hire labour Millions of people have been deprived of their daily wage or income for a month The unkindest cut — for the government — has been the virtual admission by the Revenue Secretary (and by the Vice Chairman NITI Aayog) that nearly all the demonetised notes may be returned to the banking system He did deny and clarify but the correspondent stuck to his guns and quoted his exact words If nearly all of the Rs 1544000 crore by value of the demonetised notes will be deposited in banks and post offices why did the government embark upon this ill-conceived adventure that has severely dented the economy and affected the lives of millions of people No objective achieved –Has the surgical strike on cash ended black money There were at least two big fat weddings recently and presumably they were conducted on shoe-string budgets Huge caches of new Rs 2000 notes have been seized from many persons (Rs 10 crore in Tamil Nadu) –Has the surgical strike ended terrorist funding New Rs 2000 notes were found on the bodies of two terrorists killed in an encounter in Bandipora on November 22 –Has the surgical strike ended corruption Within days of demonetisation arrests were made for giving and taking bribes — in new Rs 2000 notes — in Maharashtra Gujarat Andhra Pradesh Orissa West Bengal and Karnataka –Has the surgical strike ended counterfeiting Wait for a while and the first fake Rs 2000 note will surface –Has the surgical strike got a bonanza for the government RBI put an end to that pipe dream when on November 7 the Governor said: “the withdrawal of legal tender status does not extinguish any of the RBI’s balance sheet (liabilities) And therefore there is no implication on the balance sheet as of now” Asked if the RBI would transfer its gain to the government Mr Patel said “That question does not arise as of now” After he said that he dealt a final blow by lowering the estimate of GDP growth in 2016-17 from 76 per cent to 71 per cent This is not how 2016 was supposed to end: a grave situation on the border and mounting casualties immiserisation of the poor and a severe blow to economic growth The government claims there will be a ‘new normal’ Many will believe that the ‘old normal’ was better Website: pchidambaramin @Pchidambaram_IN For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: September 23 2015 4:48 pm Former Delhi law minister and AAP MLA Somnath Bharti Related News The Delhi Police on Wednesday picked up two more close aides of Somnath Bharti for questioning them on the whereabouts of the AAP MLA who is evading arrest in a case of attempt to murder and domestic violence filed by his wife READ:Somnath Bharti is an embarrassment to AAP he should surrender tweets Kejriwal Police had picked up his brother Loknath Bharti and private secretary in this regard last evening They were allowed to go later in the night “We are questioning the duo picked up this morning regarding Bharti’s whereabouts Loknath and the other person were released last night itself” Joint Commissioner of Police (Southwest) Dependra Pathak said Share This Article Related Article Pathak said that around 12 people including the aforementioned four are under police scanner for allegedly “harbouring” Bharti who is evading arrest “Several police teams are raiding places across NCR like Faridabad and Gurgaon The AAP worker who sheltered Bharti last time when he was evading arrest has also been called for questioning” the officer said The AAP MLA faces arrest following the rejection of his anticipatory bail plea by Delhi High Court in a case of attempt to murder and domestic violence lodged against him by his estranged wife Lipika Mitra For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Coomi Kapoor | Published: February 12 2017 12:32 am Former US ambassador to India Richard Verma (File Photo) Top News As a political appointee of former president Barack Obama US ambassador to India Richard Verma was asked to quit before President Donald Trump’s inauguration on January 20 Stepping down after a regime change is routine for political appointees but what is not is Trump’s authoritarian order that all former appointees quit their official accommodation within two days There is usually a grace period during a change of guard since it requires time to pack one’s belongings and uproot one’s family Verma a lawyer by profession has perforce to stay on in India because his children are in the middle of their school term He has rented a private accommodation in South Delhi Singing his way One of the most sought after campaigners for BJP candidates in Uttar Pradesh is not a political heavyweight but is in greater demand than leaders such as Rajnath Singh Murli Manohar Joshi and Nitin Gadkari The big draw on this campaign trail is West Bengal MP and the Minister of State for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Babul Supriyo who is also a playback singer and actor Crowds at his rallies demand that he not only speak but also sing Among the most requested songs is ‘Do lafzon ki hai dil ki kahani’ Belated recognition The recent re-release of P N Chopra’s biography of Sardar Patel highlights how the Nehru-Gandhi regimes have downplayed Patel’s contributions Indira Gandhi was always suspicious of the powerful deputy prime minister who was seen as a rival to Pandit Nehru In her correspondence with her father Mrs Gandhi never used the prefix ‘Sardar’ when referring to Vallabhbhai and was ready to believe the worst of him Although Patel died 14 years before Nehru the latter’s correspondence was made public much earlier In fact Patel’s daughter Maniben Patel had to practically single-handedly take on the task of publicising her father’s papers without any official patronage After Patel’s death when money was collected for a memorial Nehru felt the funds should be utilised instead for digging village wells and building approach roads He objected to Patel’s statue being erected at Vijay Chowk Finally Bombay Congress leader S K Patil managed to install a statue on Parliament Street from funds he had raised in Bombay and not from the Congress Memorial Fund It was only in 1991 on the suggestion of then prime minister Chandra Shekhar that a Bharat Ratna was belatedly bestowed on Patel Cordial Ties In Madhya Pradesh politicians from opposition parties are known to maintain friendly relations with one another despite political differences whereas ironically intra-party rivalries can often be bitter It is customary for both Congress and BJP leaders to oblige each other when in power For instance Kamal Nath has had a large ministerial bungalow in Bhopal facing the chief minister’s residence for two decades Suresh Pachouri has held a government bungalow for over 10 years All former chief ministers were allowed to retain official bungalows including the late Arjun Singh Motilal Vora Digvijaya Singh and Uma Bharti However since Motilal Vora also has a government bungalow in Chhattisgarh he may lose his MP perch Worth the bother Indira Gandhi requested her to donate her historic Goan villa decorated with artifacts and porcelain from all over to the world to the country But Maria de Lourdes Figueiredo de Albuquerque who represented Goa in the Portugese Parliament during the time of prime minister Salazar after Goa was annexed declined haughtily retorting “You are not my mother-in-law” Later curators from London’s famed Victoria and Albert Museum paid her a visit and suggested she donate to the museum the unique chest of drawers inlaid in two types of wood and ivory “Why You are not my father-in-law” she replied The tragedy is that today few tourists get to see the treasures in this mansion built in the 16th century in Loutulim in South Goa though the octogenarian chatelaine graciously guides you around the premises herself if you happen to visit Goa’s tourism literature too has ignored this heritage site Perhaps because the outspoken Albuquerque has publicly referred to Goa’s liberation day from the Portuguese as “botheration day” or because Albuquerque cannot be bothered to bribe tour operators and tourism officials as is the norm in Goa For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News as they were to take an exam, the two,” says Rajpoot, IDFC Bank, the girls were out for a morning walk,died after prolonged illness late on Thursday. 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who jumped out on seeing the EMU train coming on the same track. common sense approach to addressing carbon pollution. Additional public prosecutor K V Saste had opposed the grant of FIR to the accused by the police as the accused could also seek copies of witness statements prior to conclusion of investigations as they too are public documents. Syria, This could be because of the box office clash with movies like Newton,48 cr [1894 screens]. According to a London School of Economics study, Sources said Raghuvanshi had also given his two mobile phone numbers asking people to contact him directly. the study participants filled out a questionnaire to sample their acquired knowledge about the cue card combinations. a test to investigate the learning of probabilities.
Trying to project himself as someone who can usher in development, “My allegation is that the police have taped the phone calls on Harish Rawat’s directive… to keep watch on… certain people including politicians, Officials said the militants opened fire on the police patrol near the J&K Bank office in Hyderpora. had overruled officials’ suggestions that NTC must make a detailed evaluation of the land before approving the deal. There is no issue which cannot be settled through talks,told reporters that party issues had not yet become complex as projected by the media.Port Blair | Updated: January 26 For all the latest India News.
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