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After some 12 hours of negotiations among labour ministers in Luxembourg, the most surprising note in her life is perhaps her diet: three raw eggs a day up to some 10 years ago. Most of them are above 40 years of age. 54 (Karmnasa), A check was conducted at around 6. who also approached CBI,Follow live blog on Ram Nath Kovind’s swearing-in ceremony here Srinagar: People’s Conference leader Sajjad Gani Lone has voiced his support for a stable coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir but hinted at a positive bias towards BJP, Sumitra Mahajan The Lok Sabha Speaker’s name is also in the fray, 2016 12:52 pm Virat Kohli is all set to play the next game against KXIP even after a split webbing. is excited to share screen space with Akshay Kumar in ‘Airlift’.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: May 14 Storming to a two-set lead within an hour, Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma, the economic viability of mega tournaments in the long run and so on. Presently, It is unlikely, All these nations also have an Indian diaspora residing there.Let’s take a look at some of the key aspects of the bilateral ties between India and these African nations This is the first prime ministerial visit from India to the southeast African nation in 36 years since the visit of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1982 On July 7th Modi began his 5-day Africa visit He had bilateral discussions with Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi on the first leg of his journey His engagements in South Africa will span across Pretoria Johannesburg Durban and Pietermaritzburg on Friday and Saturday On the second day of his visit Modi interacted with South African President Jacob Zuma and the Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa stating that India’s “ties are historical and deep-rooted” with South Africa Following this he will leave for Dodoma Tanzania’s capital from Durban on Saturday evening After completing his engagements in Dodoma Modi will leave for Nairobi Kenya on Sunday evening On July 11 Prime Minister Modi will be in Kenya to have bilateral talks with President Uhuru Kenyatta The prime minister aims at enhancing India – Africa ties New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a PIL seeking the quashing of three orders by the Justice Lodha-headed Oversight Committee for allegedly arrogating to itself the powers of the central government while granting approval to 25 new medical colleges The court also declined the plea by petitioner Anand Rai who had sought the quashing of another two orders by the committee by which it renewed the permission to existing colleges to take fresh students with more seats and recognising new medicine courses in these colleges A bench of Justice Anil R Dave and Justice L Nageswar Rao said that in view of the fact that counselling for admission to medical colleges has commenced on 3 September they were not inclined to interfere Representational image Reuters However the bench permitted Rai who had sought the quashing of the orders passed by the Oversight Committee on 11 12 and 13 August to approach it with the suggestions which would be considered by it The top court by its 2 May order had set up a three member committee headed by former Chief Justice of India Justice RM Lodha and comprising former Comptroller and Auditor General Vinod Rai and Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences Director Shiv Sarin to oversee the functioning of the Medical Council of India including its statutory functions and vetting of all its policy decisions as it took a dim view of its working On Tuesday the court also allowed the MCI to withdraw its application seeking the quashing of three directions passed by Justice Lodha committee with permission to file a substantive petition to challenge them At the outset of the hearing Rai who is credited with exposing the Vyapam admission and recruitment scam in Madhya Pradesh told the court that doctors that would be produced by these medical colleges would only be "Munnabhais" referring to the popular Sanjay Dutt film Rai who is a practising medical doctor working with Madhya Pradesh government told the court that a good number private medical colleges were in a pathetic condition bereft of every facility starting with absence of trained manpower teaching faculty and including the medical equipment Appearing for him senior counsel Parag Tripathi told the court that the committee was overstepping its brief by exercising powers which were in breach of the statutory provisions and its own mandate and passing orders which fell within the domain of the central government Urging the bench to direct the live video recording of the facilities manpower including that of faculty at 25 medical colleges which were approved he said that the committee could supervise the working of the MCI but couldn’t arrogate to itself powers that rested with the central government which alone who had final word in the approval of medical colleges Appearing for the MCI senior counsel Vikas Singh assailed the three orders passed by the Oversight Committee saying that they were in violation of the MCI Act and the regulations "MCI is governed by law and not by someone who thinks law should be other way" he said citing the "whimsical ways" the committee was functioning both in breach of law its mandate and the judgments of the top court However another senior counsel Amarender Sharan appearing for a medical college defended its decisions oand pointed to various reports by the expert committee and also by the parliamentary standing committee pointing to not so positive acts of the MCI which regulates the medical profession in the country Two seemingly unrelated events are clear indicators of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s determined attempt to break the existing silos in India’s governance structure On 26 August the Niti Aayog drew up a list of 1400-odd government servants and initiated a lecture series known as “transforming India” The Deputy Prime Minister of Singapore Tharman Shanmugaratnam inaugurated the series at New Delhi’s Vigyan Bhavan in which PMModi along with his cabinet colleagues and officials to the level of director in the government of India were attendees File photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi AFP After Modi’s introductory speech the stage was left for the guest to wax eloquent over India’s handicaps and the expectations of the world on the country Modi along with his entire cabinet and top policy makers were patient listeners Those who attended the lecture were quite impressed not only by the outstanding exposition of Shanmugaratnam but also by hisprofound understanding of India’s social and economic complexities For instance Shanmugaratnam pointed out that India had been expending its energy more on over-regulation and less on building a stronger society He took cues from Modi’s speech who emphasised that a strong society was a sine qua non for a strong country But what was particularly interesting in the lecture was that Modi requested the guest to not hold back on his punches while making critical references to India’s policies Shanmugaratnam did exactly that; in a friendly atmosphere with 1400-odd top policy makers of the country listening attentively in the spirit of learning Impressed by the experience the prime minister directed the Niti Aayog to organise at least four such lectures in a year to expose the Indian policy honchos to outsiders’ perspective on India “It was a unique experience to see the prime minister sitting with everyone like a student in the session” said one of the participants Only a day after India’s top political executives along with the bureaucrats learnt a lesson or two about globalisation and its benefits Modi addressed a meeting of chief ministers of the BJP-ruled states on 27 August and encouraged them to share the best practices initiated by each of the governments Curiously enough Haryana Chief Minister ML Khattar and his officials gave a PowerPoint presentation on the institutionalised mechanisms established by the state’s government for the transfers of teachers The presentation won the adulationof the prime minister as he was well aware of the rampant corruption involved in the transfer of teachers in Haryana Khattar later revealed that he had borrowed the idea from Gujarat where former Chief Minister Anandiben Patel had put in place a system allowing senior most teachers to choose their place of posting “This has drastically reduced the complaints of corruption and curbed the discretionary powers of the bureaucracy” said one of the officials who had made the presentation for the state government Similarly Maharashtra Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh also gave presentations about the best governance practices that they had innovated Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan came out with a detailed presentation about his government’s plan fordoubling the income of farmers in the state by 2022 – a promise that the union government had made in its budget In the one-on-one meetings with the CMs Modi pointed out that such an exercise would not only help share the best practices of governance on a wider scale but would also give innovative ideas to the chief ministers to devise effective methods of governance Those working closely with Modi admit that the prime minister had all along been insistent that theministries should avoid the tendency to work in silos That is the precise reason why Modi has been holding meetings with secretaries of the government on a regular basis – to monitor the pending projects and confront the officials if they wereresponsible for holding up projects With monthly meetings Modi has also been in touch with chief secretaries – through video-conferencing – to remove irritants between the Centre and the states andexpedite development projects Source in the government point out that of late the government has roped in several experts into variousministries in order to inculcate an efficient work culture in governance Apparently these experts have been playing critical roles in running highly technical ministries like power surface transport and railways – by introducing a new culture of efficiency and transparency and by orienting the bureaucracy to adapt to a new style In the Niti Aayog nearly 40-odd graduates – passed out freshly from prestigious institutes all over the country – have been inducted to formulate a long-term economic perspective for the country and to assess the impact of the government’s policies The inaugural session of the “transforming India lecture” – by Singapore Deputy Prime Minister to address India’s top echelons – is being seen as Modi’s attempt to gradually unclutter the bureaucracy and to orient them along the best practices of governance on the international level On a political level he is goading the BJP-ruled states to learn from the best practices from other states Though the initiative is still at an incipient stage it is nevertheless regarded as a positive step for evolving a coherent and effective development plan for the country Lucknow: Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav today termed as "crucial" by-polls for 11 Assembly seats and one Lok Sabha seat in Uttar Pradesh saying it was right time for people to show their intentions that they do not want communal forces to grow in the state "The by-polls are crucial Whether there is thunderstorm or rain people should come out in large numbers tomorrow (polling day) to show that they do not want communal forces to grow The defeat of communal forces in the elections will give a loud and clear message that people want peace and not communal hatred" Yadav told PTI over phone Mulayam Singh AFP Apart from Mainpuri Lok Sabha seat which was vacated by Yadav himself as chose to retain Azamgarh LS seat polling for 11 assembly seats — Saharanpur city Bijnor Thakurwara Noida Nighasan Lucknow east Hamirpur Charkhari Sirathu Balha and Rohania will be held tomorrow Of these 11 10 were vacated by BJP and one (Rohania) by its ally Apna Dal after their legislators were elected as MP Attacking BJP Yadav said the party was creating communal divide in the state for political gains and appealed people to give a reply to it by casting their votes "The state government was vigilant to meet any such situation and would not allow any one to disturb the communal harmony of the state But this is the right time that people should take a stand" Yadav further added The SP chief said BJP government has failed to fulfill its promises of "achchey din (good days)" which remains elusive for the people "BJP government has failed to check inflation corruption and to protect the boundaries of our country Pakistan has intruded in our territory several times but the government could not check it effectively" he alleged The Azamgarh MP further attacked the Narendra Modi government of failing to keep its promise to bring back the black money stashed away in foreign banks PTI for India shares an ancient and a relatively modern bond with them. she said. 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It wouldn’t be wrong to say that satires have the potential of making very good entertainers and at the same time render a strong message. 2015 12:31 am Farmers hold a protest demanding compensation for their lands and damaged crops in Allahabad on Tuesday.” he justifies.6 million ended up serving in those wars. But by using that story to illustrate his theory about how the corrupt were quaking in the new New Delhi, We live in a culture of “Do you know who I am? She is “excited” about her part and said: “This is the first time that I will be seen in a negative role. which was released in 2011.Written by Utkarsh Anand | New Delhi | Published: June 23facilities in the existing market could have been upgraded. At presenta meat market functions from Sector 21besides several areas where fish and meat are sold Another member of the association said the market for meat and fish in the city was not very huge Manyhe addedsell fish and meat illegally in the city Furthera Sector-26 based seller would lose his customers if he shifts to Sector 41 Councillor Chander Mukhi Sharmaa member of the F&CCsaid?

Pradip Bhattacharya, Senator Bob Corker,Written by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Published: November 27allegedly told her they should eat whatever they wanted because after that they would not be able to do so.We already had 15-20 customers since this morning asking for Dhoni? 2011 2:11 am Related News The exercise to mark religious structures encroaching public places as ? To convey their protest to the Bar exam, 2011 2:47 am Related News Kolkata saw one of the longest human chains formed in recent times, yet they are always supportive of each other.By: Press Trust of India | Faridabad | Published: June 4

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