teck 1. BNP Paribas Mutual Fund. now there is double-digit inflation in the prices of potato and sugar as well.brushes are imported from all over the world to indulge the artistic inclinations of the neo-rich.This will greatly affect the already reeling MSMEs in this adverse economic scenario, they pointed out Howeverthe PSPCL authorities are surprised at the industry associations statement Officials said that an average tariff hike of 45 per cent has been proposed but no decision has been taken to implement it as of now Sources confirmed that the government has delayed this announcementkeeping the municipal corporation elections in mind Any decision to hike power tariffs would be taken only after the elections because it may damage the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD)-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) alliances poll prospects HoweverCICU members maintained that they have received this information – that a power tariff hike is to be implemented for sure from November 2012 and that the entire power price increase of the seven months before that (April to October 2012) will have to be paid at one go They further stated that the Chamber has brought to PSPCLs notice that instead of hiking the power tariffemphasis should be given on reducing the transit loss of coaltransmission and distribution (T&D) losses and menace of energy theft Power theft should be made a punishable offencestressed the Chamber On the one handPSPCL has not been able to provide uninterrupted power supply to industry for the last four-five years On the other handthe Punjab government first hiked the electricity duty from 10 to 13 per centthen imposed an entry tax of 125 per cent on diesel generating sets and then further imposed a 5 per cent electricity duty on captive consumption from any source To make matters worsePSPCL has hiked the power tariff almost every year With all these taxes and duties in placeit is beyond imagination how Punjab industry will survive and compete in the national and international marketsthe industrialists said Upkar Singh has urged Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal to review the planned hike in power tariffs (effective from April 12012but to be announced in November 2012) and direct the PSPCL chairman to revise the planif necessaryfrom November 12012 For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 14 2012 4:19 am Related News A two-day-old baby boy was allegedly stolen from Sane Guruji Hospital in Hadapsar early on Monday The Hadapsar police have lodged an offence against a woman in the case Police said video footage obtained from CCTV cameras installed in the hospital shows that a woman has picked up the baby The babys mother Vidya Nilesh Sutar has lodged a police complaint Police said Vidya lives in Ahmednagar and had come to her maternal home in KalepadalHadapsaras she was pregnant She was admitted to the hospital on Saturday and gave birth to the baby on Sunday Senior police inspector Ragunath Jadhav said?

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Or is he?” Also read |?Reema Lagoo dead after suffering cardiac arrest she was 59 The duo collaborated on several projects and with their growing professional affiliation deepened their personal ties “Reema was family She was not actor Reema for me I went to her house for dinners meetings I had a personal bond with her She was a fantastic human being always warm She came from theatre which has no place for hierarchy She was a product of that space so she treated everyone same She never had any airs about herself” It was perhaps this friendship that assured Mahesh she would be a part of his Natsamrat Reema was Mahesh’s first choice for the role of Natsamrat’s wife which was eventually played by his spouse Medha Manjrekar “I wanted her to play that role but she didn’t agree She thought the role didn’t have anything for her I really wanted her in the film but when an actor is reluctant you can’t help But for me it was like… I have known her for long and I thought she would say yes… That was the last time we spoke” The director however didn’t hold any grudge against her and in fact was meaning to sign her again “Just two days ago I came across a picture of her from our show Tu Maza Jamena Someone had posted that photo on Facebook I started thinking about her and felt I should get a role for her and do a movie with her again It had been long we hadn’t worked together And today I got this news It is very sad and a huge loss to all of us” Reema Lagoo died on Thursday after a heart attack She was 59 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsNew Delhi: The Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) workers on Monday staged a protest against the Congress party for allegedly accepting a donation from Zakir Naik’s NGO through the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation A file photo of Zakir Naik Reuters It also sought clarification from the party on its relation with Naik’s NGO — Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) Hundreds of supporters of BJYM the youth wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) protested outside the office of the Rajiv Gandhi Foundation (RGF) for it allegedly receiving Rs 50 lakh donation from IRF in 2011 The supporters were detained by the Delhi Police and taken to the Parliament Street Police Station BJYM Delhi unit’s Vice President Impreet Singh Bakshi told IANS: "The Congress leaders must clear their stand why the party received money from Naik’s NGO" "Congress President (Sonia Gandhi) Vice President (Rahul Gandhi) and Priyanka Gandhi must explain what they did with the money from 2011 till July 2016" he added The BJYM protesters asked Sonia to clarify her "party’s relation with Naik" On Saturday Union Minister of Law and Justice Ravi Shankar Prasad had alleged that RGF chaired by Sonia had taken the donation and termed it a "bribe" Meanwhile Congress spokesman Randeep Singh Surjewala had countered the allegations saying that the money was not given to the RGF but to the Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust (RGCT) By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 3 2017 8:19 am OnePlus 5T could launch on November 16: Here’s a look at everything we know about the device (Image source: Evan Blass @evleaks on Twitter) OnePlus 5T is launching for sure and the company has written a detailed blog post explaining why this smartphone will retain the 35 mm headphone jack OnePlus has been posting a number of promotions on its social media channels all hinting at the launch of the upcoming device OnePlus 5T will be a mid-cycle upgrade to the OnePlus 5 just like the OnePlus 3T was to the OnePlus 3 So what will OnePlus 5T offer Here’s everything we know so far OnePlus 5T: When is it launching when will it come to India According to leaks OnePlus 5T could launch on November 16 A leaked image from GizChina indicated the launch date for the 5T The image was from a presentation slide and likely from Amazon India given it said OnePlus 5T will be Amazon exclusive and the launch event would start on November 16 The OnePlus 5T smartphone could go on sale in India by November itself if one goes by the leaked image The previous OnePlus 3T went on sale in December in India OnePlus 5T: Display and 18:9 aspect ratio The one major change to the OnePlus 5T will be around the display Like the Mi Mix 2 S8 series etc OnePlus 5T’s display could be bigger with an 18:9 aspect ratio An image leaked by Evan Blass who runs @evleaks on Twitter indicated a wider taller display though it does have a top bezel for the front camera Earlier leaks have indicated a bigger 6-inch display with the 18:9 aspect ratio which means the phone will retain a more compact size thanks to the reduced bezels The new display could also mean the end of the home button on the front of the OnePlus 5T and no fingerprint scanner on the front of the device OnePlus 5T and 35mm headphone jack It looks like OnePlus 5T will retain the 35mm headphone jack OnePlus CEO Pete Lau wrote a detailed blogpost explaining why they will continue with this feature though he admitted getting rid of it would help them reduce the overall size of their phones The blogpost reads “Nearly 80% of our users use in-jack headphones At one point we thought about using another USB-C port to replace the 35 mm audio port The advantage to USB-C is that it would have let us further slim down our flagships” OnePlus 5 will retain the 35 mm headphone jack (Image: OnePlus blogpost) It notes in the end “We prioritize the user and make good technology accessible Sometimes industry trends go against our core beliefs This is one of those times when we respectfully disagree on what it means to be courageous That’s why we’re proud to announce that we’re keeping the headphone jack for the OnePlus 5T…” Other Chinese players like Xiaomi have gotten rid of the headphone jack on the Mi Mix 2 and the Mi 6 series OnePlus 5T other specifications Other than the display change the specifications of OnePlus 5T will likely remain the same as the previous OnePlus 5 The processor will be the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 one given there’s no 836 coming this year It will likely have 6GB RAM and 8GB RAM options though OnePlus could surprise on the storage front The rear camera will likely come with the 16MP+ 20MP combination and the front camera will remain at 16MP OnePlus 5T will likely sport a more expensive price tag and we saw this trend with the OnePlus 3T as well For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt LtdBy: Express Web Desk | Published: August 16 2017 5:45 pm Serena Williams plans to defend her Australian Open title in 2018 (Source: AP File) Related News Serena Williams won the Australian Open this past year while she was pregnant So expecting her to make a comeback within months of giving birth shouldn’t be a massive ask for a superhuman that she is And yet the entire idea of such a comeback is an outrageous plan – the now dethroned World No 1 admits “It’s the most outrageous plan” she said in an interview to Vogue “I just want to put that out there That’s like three months after I give birth I’m not walking anything back but I’m just saying it’s pretty intense” Serena is expected to give birth at the end of the year and add to her already impressive tally of 23 Grand Slam titles But with a year away from the sport Serena knows it will be a difficult ask with voices expected to grow louder if she doesn’t win outright “In this game you can go dark fast” she said “If I lose and I lose again it’s like she’s done Especially since I’m not 20 years old I’ll tell you this much: I won’t win less Either I win or I don’t play” Serena isn’t the first tennis player looking to make a successful return to the court Belgium’s Kim Clijsters retired at 23 having won a US Open but after a 28-month layoff she returned having given birth to once again win at Flushing Meadows Serena Williams also featured on the cover of Vanity Fair (Source: Cover Junkie Serena Williams/Instagram) Another level of criticism that has been aimed at Serena has been her unorthodox style of play Known to obliterate her opponents with sheer power on serve and in her groundstrokes while grunting her way around her style isn’t known to attract fans But the American thinks a lot of that expectation may have to do with her race “Not only me but women in general sometimes feel that power is a bad word” said the 35-year-old “As I’ve gotten older I’ve started to feel differently about it Power is beauty Strength is beauty So now on the court I want people to think that I’m powerful But I also want them to be shocked at how I play I want people to expect something then get something different” “I feel like people think I’m mean” she said “Really tough and really mean and really street I believe that the other girls in the locker room will say ‘Serena’s really nice’ But Maria Sharapova who might not talk to anybody might be perceived by the public as nicer Why is that Because I’m black and so I look mean That’s the society we live in That’s life They say African Americans have to be twice as good especially women I’m perfectly OK with having to be twice as good” Appearing on the cover of Vogue for a third time Serena said her inclusion was a positive step for African American women “Being black and being on the cover was really important to me” she said “The success of one woman should be the inspiration to another and I’m always trying to inspire and motivate the black girls out there I’m not a model I’m not the girl next door But I’m not hiding Actually I look like a lot of women out there The American woman is many women and I think it’s important to speak to American women at a time when they need encouragement I’m not political but I think everyone is worried to a degree” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sandeep Ashar | Mumbai | Published: June 11 2017 1:25 am The city is already the fifth densest in the world according to a recent report by the United States-based Demographia which points out that an average of 25984 people share 1 square kilometre in Mumbai Express Photo by Ashish Shankar Mumbai 20/01/2008″ Related News Builders will get additional construction rights for redevelopment of low-rise slums and old buildings in the suburbs of Mumbai with the Devendra Fadnavis government set to introduce the policy for cluster redevelopment in these parts But a study commissioned by the Mumbai municipality to assess the move’s impact has cautioned that the extension of the cluster redevelopment model to the suburbs will further densify the city and may impact its overall liveability index The city is already the fifth densest in the world according to a recent report by the United States-based Demographia which points out that an average of 25984 people share 1 square kilometre in Mumbai The cluster redevelopment model also known as the Urban Renewal Scheme (URS) involves reconstruction or redevelopment of buildings on extensive areas using an incentive floor space index (FSI) model The FSI is a development tool that defines the extent of construction permissible on a plot It is a ratio of built-up area to total plot area The Congress-Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) government had introduced the model for the revival of old and dilapidated cessed structures in the island city of Mumbai in 2009 In 2013 the government incentivised the policy providing developers 4 FSI The plan to extend a similar model to the suburbs and satellite towns was first attempted by the previous government ahead of the Assembly polls in 2014 But the Bombay High Court had then prohibited it from implementing the plan in these areas without a detailed study on its ramifications On Friday after the HC finally lifted the stay Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis indicated that his government intends to roll out the model for the suburbs “This will pave way for planned development with availability of more public amenities Buildings over 30 years will be covered in the scheme A cluster scheme can have up to 50 per cent slum area” he said The CM added that his government will soon issue a notification for implementing the model in these parts In January 2016 the Mumbai municipality acting on Fadnavis’s directives ordered an impact assessment study for the measure The National Environment Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) a premier research organisation was appointed for the task The findings were submitted to the government last September While Fadnavis said that the HC had taken the assessment study into account while passing the order the report has also cautioned that Mumbai’s urban gridlock might worsen after implementation of the model in the suburbs “The suburbs of Mumbai do not fit in the classical model of suburbs and are fairly dense habitations The additional FSI and the mode of its application (under URS) mean that the URS areas will increase in density There is a considerable debate on the impact of densification and overcrowding on the social and mental life” the report reads Pointing out that the current FSI levels in the suburbs ranged from 133 to 2 the report has indicated that incentive FSI under URS may lead to significant verticalisation It further cautions that “high incentives given for the URS may encourage a trend to abolish repairs as a possibility and encourage demolition of existing constructions regardless of their age and structural condition Additionally the scale of new construction has implications for affordability of housing and rental prices in proximate areas Thus it can affect the liveability of the city and may lead to long term unsustainability” While the Fadnavis government had initially planned to replicate the model in the island city (offering 4 FSI to builders) sources said the FSI will now be capped at 3 on the basis of NEERI’s findings Also the minimum size of a cluster for suburbs will be 6000 square metre said sources Incidentally the NEERI report has also recommended lowering of FSI incentives to builders It has asked the government to ensure that the new occupancy in the additional living space is restricted to 40 per cent It has further suggested that the government should moderate the process for identifying and defining a cluster For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MS Menon | Published: March 13 2012 3:33 am Related News After Supreme Courts nudgeCentre should expedite river-linking The Indian River Linking (IRL) Project is back in the news after the Supreme Court asked the Centre and state governments to participate in planning its implementation The court has also directed the Union government to set up a committeecomprising representatives from various government departments and ministries as well as experts and social activiststo chart out a plan For decadesseveral proposals for the project were discussed and studied by a number of high-powered committees They all recommended early implementation to mitigate the havoc created by recurring floods and droughts Howevernot even a single link has been constructed so far The project is limping from pre-feasibility to feasibility studies and from preliminary to detailed investigationswith the stage of implementation nowhere in sight The reasons for this state of affairs are not far to seek While states are busy quarrelling with each other on their water rightsthe Centre makes the plea that water is a state subject under the Constitution and hence it would not be able to suo motu intervene in such disputes Though many high-powered bodies had advised the Centre that Entry 56List 1 of the Seventh Schedule of the Constitution gives ample powers to the Union government to regulate interstate rivers which contribute more than 80 per cent to the annual water resources of the countrythe Centre has not taken any initiative to use these provisions to promote projects to generate benefits The main objection from some water-rich states is that they do not have any surplus water to spare They insist that it will be possible for them to utilise all their waters and do not agree to the basic philosophy of inter-basin water transfer as a method for correcting the natural imbalance of inequitable distribution of the resource Water is also not high enough in the political agenda to demand instant attention and henceeven though billions of cubic metres of water flow into the sea unutilised every yearno concrete action is taken to mitigate the devastation and suffering caused to the people by frequent floods and droughts The powers that be appear to be happy taking ad hoc decisions to survive a situationignoring long-term needs The apex courts intervention should compel them to do the needful Some have objected to the IRL project by raising the bogey of environmental impacts while transferring water from wet to dry areasconveniently ignoring the benefits accrued by such projects within the country and abroad Prophets of doom have condemned the projectstating that the IRL canal systems would prove to be an open sewer crisscrossing the country Similar forecasts had been made earlier on the Golden Quadrilateral road project that the national highways would turn into conveyor belts of noxious emissions A few others meanwhile stand up for minor damssaying small is beautiful The concept is finebut not fully reliable for harnessing water resourceswhen monsoons play with the fortunes of farmers and shortage of drinking water becomes a reality The proposals for the interlinking of rivers represent a great challenge and opportunity as they form part of a better tomorrow to free millions from miseries resulting from both harmful abundance and acute scarcity of water The country cannot afford to go slow on these well-studied proposalsconsidering waters role as an engine for development Now that the apex court has sought a committee to be set up for facilitating the implementation of the projectsome progress could be expected One of the main issues for the committee will be to make water-endowed states agree to release surplus water to deficit ones If a provision can be introduced in the proposals to compensate donor states for the economic cost of surplus water given to the projectthey may agree to a transfer as they can use the compensation to meet their needs The compensation can be decided on the basis of an agreed criterioneither in cash or in sharing the power that is generatedagricultural produceetc As both donor and donee states will benefit from this provisionit will be a win-win situation Furtherit will ensure that both states use water only to meet their requirements and not waste the resource The committee will also be confronted by issues of environmental impact and rehabilitation of people affected by the project Since the apex court will be monitoring thesetransparency and justice can be expected in the implementation Long-distance transfer of water is not an end in itself; it is a means to a greater end that people are no longer at the mercy of floods and droughts So farwe have indulged in too much analysis and done too little It is time to act so that the project becomes a reality in the near future The writer is former member secretaryIndian National Committee on Irrigation and Drainageexpress@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News| Ludhiana | Published: April 9 2017 3:06 am Top News The Jamalpur police have arrested and booked a 61-year-old man for allegedly chopping the nose of his friend late Friday evening The suspect identified as Baldev Singh of Khasi Kalan village was having liquor with the victim when incident happened In his compliant to the police the victim Jang Singh (62) of village Sahibana said he was returning home from work when he saw Baldev Singh having liquor and joined him following his invitation After the liquor in their bottle was finished Baldev forced him to buy another bottle Jang Singh alleged that since he had no money he refused following which Baldev Singh started thrashing him He then picked an axe and chopped his nose For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPrime Minister Narendra Modi who is known for treading the unconventional path and taking unexpected tough measures chose not to utter a single word on the upcoming Gujarat Assembly election much against audiences’ anticipation during his inaugural address at the Hindustan Times Leadership Summit (HTLS) in New Delhi on 30 November Instead of political rhetoric he chose to tell the audience why Indians voted the BJP led by him to power The underlying theme of his address was to showcase how government’s tough decisions and pro-poor policies and schemes have initiated an irreversible change for a new India A nation about which Indians living abroad could be proud of — “with their heads held high” — on a global platform “People voted us to power in 2014 not only to change the then government in power (UPA) but also in order to change the existing system which should be permanent and irreversible In the earlier system there had been several roadblocks People especially the poor and the common man had to struggle every day to avail every single facility whether it was to get a gas cylinder railway reservation telephone connection income tax refund or a passport They wanted an end to it The country was deprived of justice After coming to power we focused on building a corruption-free and transparent ecosystem through our policies schemes and initiatives — right from Jan Dhan scheme for the poor to Ujjwala yojna which has benefited more than three crore rural women” said Modi Narendra Modi at HTLS 2017 did not say anything about the Gujarat polls PTI As the theme of the two-day HTLS 2017 is ‘The Irreversible Rise of India’ the prime minister delved on NDA government’s schemes and initiatives and how these have helped in bringing an irreversible change in the country in the last three years “In the past crores of people from marginalised section of our society had no access to banking system but today more than 30 crore people are using RuPay debit card and the poor have their own bank accounts The poor are able to get accident coverage and life insurance by paying Re 1 per month and 90 paise per day respectively Rs 1800 crore claim amount has already been paid to the poor No other government in the past did this; and had they done so they would have claimed themselves to be the messiah of the poor” the prime minister pointed out On black money Coming down heavily on black money hoarders Modi said that prior to 2014 black money hoarders had been controlling almost every aspect of daily life “In 2014 we decided to uproot this menace and bring a permanent remedy in our system because the electorate voted us to change the system Demonetisation brought a behavioural change and for the first time after Independence a sense of fear has germinated amongst the corrupts involved in black money transactions” he said Referring to the cash that has got back into the banking channel during note ban Modi said “Knowingly or unknowingly along with cash we’ve got information about illegal accounts The data mine shows 400 to 500 companies had a single address While it’s immensely difficult for a poor to open a single bank account these corrupt people had hundreds of accounts Government has de-registered 225 lakh companies” Talking about the fiscal measures the prime minister said that these have led to a clean transparent and healthy system “GST has opened a new chapter of transparency” Speaking on the benefits of Aadhaar card Modi said “It’s helping to bring an irreversible change by extending subsidies to poor Aadhaar has played a vital role in strengthening our economy and provide benefits to the marginalised section” He cautioned that the government would use Aadhaar numbers to track down and curb benami properties On digital initiatives The prime minister mentioned that several digital and online initiatives have helped farmers to sell their produce in an effective and non-hassle manner “Mandis have been connected online Government’s e-market place called GEM is a platform where online tendering and procurement can be done and artisans from cottage industries can sell and supply handicrafts both to public and government Digitisation has created an ecosystem due to which the level of organised corruption has declined” he asserted On India’s global branding Emphasising on India’s progress on the international arena and repositioning the nation as a global brand Modi said "Today where globally India stands countries large or small want to work with India India is constantly increasing its influence on the international stage It has to keep moving ahead Today Indians living abroad are able to take pride of this nation with their heads held high” On how government policies are empowering people From Swachch Bharat Abhiyan to GST Modi presented an account of the benefits that various policies and schemes have helped in empowering people Referring to Gita Jayanti which is being celebrated today the prime minister said “Bhagvad Gita asks people to get rid of negativity and uplift oneself through self-enlightenment" Before signing off the prime minister observed that he might have to pay a heavy price for the strong measures and unconventional steps taken by him “I know I have to pay a heavy political price for the strong measures I have initiated But I’m able to do all this due to my conviction This has made crores of people of this country to have faith on us and voted us to power We want an irreversible change in their lives” Speaking to Firstpost on the sidelines of the Day 1 of the summit image management expert and group chairman of Perfect Relations Dilip Cherian said “Most crucial thing is that the people won’t want the benefits they received in this regime to roll back They want it to be permanent The PM has been able to deliver change with conviction and courage He has taken risk with conviction which has appealed the masses and they are having faith on him” Dasna Ghaziabad: Dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar who have been acquitted in the murders of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj are likely to walk free from the jail after the prison authorities receive the court order the jailer said on Friday The Talwars have been lodged in Dasna jail since November 2013 in connection with the twin murders "We have not received the court order as yet We will release them once we get it" Dasna Jail Superintendent Dadhiram Maurya told reporters File image of Rajesh Talwar PTI He said there were two methods to complete the process of releasing a prisoner from jail "Either the Allahabad High Court sends its order copy directly to jail authorities or it is sent through the CBI court concerned which awarded them life sentence" he said The Allahabad High Court had on Thursday acquitted the Talwars in the case saying neither the circumstances nor the evidence was enough to hold them guilty The verdict ends at least for now the nine-year ordeal of the Noida couple who were sentenced to life by a Ghaziabad CBI court on 28 November 2013 for the double murders that not only transfixed but also shook the nation with its element of filicide With the acquittal the central question in the bizarre mystery resurfaces— who killed the 14-year-old girl and the 45-year-old man "There is a strong possibility that (the) incident was caused by some outsider" a bench comprising Justices BK Narayana and AK Mishra had said upholding the Talwars’ appeal against the CBI court verdict Click here for LIVE updates on the Talwar case

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