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India had been at the wrong end of this equation once against the hosts. leading to lower actual bids. “SK! Appreciate you inviting me into your family and making my experience in India top notch” in response to which Salman wrote “Thank u for all the kind words Tyron Woodley Really appreciate it best of luck for ur fight today god speed god bless” Thank u for all the kind words Tyron Woodley Really appreciate it best of luck for ur fight today god speed god bless @TWooodley pictwittercom/W1fMQFd6Ss Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) July 29 2017 Tyron who had his MMA fight today defeated Demian Maia via unanimous decision It seems on-screen Sultan’s luck has worked really well for the fight And we wonder if the two stars Tyron and Salman will share the screen space yet again post Sultan For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Jahangir Aziz | Published: January 5 2015 12:00 am Instead of using industrial policies and government exhortations to promote manufacturing the playing field between industry and services should be levelled letting the market choose which of these sectors will drive India’s future growth Related News If fornothing else 2014 will be remembered for the decisive electoral verdict in May a stock market that refused to be fazed the acceptance of inflation targeting as the primary objective of monetary policy and the unexpected crash in commodity prices The change in government ended the dysfunctional decision-making of the last few years and promised transformational policy shifts to restore the economy to a high-growth path This pushed the equity market to an all-time high and ensured a steady and abundant inflow of foreign investment With some help from the better supply management of the new government the shift to inflation targeting finally ended four years of rabid inflation And the 50 per cent collapse in global oil prices has massively helped contain India’s fiscal and current account deficits Yet a sense of uneasiness hangs over the economy Growth has not only disappointed but prospects of an upturn remain uncertain as its key driver — corporate investment — is yet to show any sign of life Even with the unexpected decline in oil subsidies and a scorching stock market this year’s fiscal deficit target looks increasingly difficult to meet without large cuts in capital spending While the commodity price fall has reduced the run rate of the current account deficit by an annualised 15 per cent of the GDP and record-high equity prices have kept capital inflows strong the rupee ended the year weaker than when it began In spite of its majority in the Lower House and winning almost all the state elections held in the last six months the government hasn’t managed to push any meaningful legislation in Parliament One can proffer many ad hoc explanations but the key reason driving this uneasiness has been the government’s failure to revive corporate investment The binding constraints to corporate investment are more entrenched than just bureaucratic plumbing or 100 basis points of lending rate cuts Most of the projects approved in the past year are unlikely to see the light of day as they were designed based on the old global order which no longer exists Corporate leverage especially in infrastructure has risen to a such point that it is now even holding back new financing of feasible projects This debt burden needs to be reduced not justrestructured regardless of who committed the sin (bad judgement by the investor or badgovernment policies) Doing this entails a much larger recapitalisation of PSU banks than currently budgeted for Extant environmental laws the land acquisition framework resource-pricing mechanisms and PPP contractual arrangements need to be redesigned not just tinkered with as has been done so far Instead of using industrial policies and government exhortations to promote manufacturing the playing field between industry and services should be levelled (through equitable taxes and FDI norms) letting the market choose which of these sectors will drive India’s future growth Supporting manufacturing as a bigger and more sustainable source of employment than services seems ill conceived — not only because there is little evidence indicating that this is indeed the case but also because the timing seems odd with the global economy reeling under excess manufacturing capacity with deflating prices No one doubts that these constraints are not of this government’s making and that they will need to be overcome one at a time What has been problematic is the government’s reluctance to articulate the underlying principles that will shape these policy changes The inference drawn from its election manifesto the measures taken since it assumed office seven months ago and the bills it has tabled in Parliament is that this government seems to believe that the previous dispensation’s inability to take timely decisions was the root cause of India’s woes Not the latter’s worldview and the consequent policies and reforms it pursued Consistent with this belief the government has tinkered with bureaucratic procedures changed the parameters of old legislation and introduced variations of programmes planned by the previous government These efforts have been seen as tactical moves of limited benefit not as decisive breaks from the policies of the past But the BJP’s sweeping electoral success was not just because of disappointment with the UPA’s inability to implement policy It was also because the electorate wanted a transformational change in India’s economic policies as the world around us had changed but our policies hadn’t Externally global growth has fallen sharply since the pre-2008 days and is likely to remain muted over the coming years This has robbed emerging markets like India of the easy option of plugging into the global economy and riding the globalisation wave to prosperity Domestically the Indian state’s capacity (spanning parliamentarians to municipal workers) has been dangerously depleted The government no longer appears to have the capacity to either design or implement policies based on the old framework of a paternalistic state These tectonic shifts have made it necessary for the government to articulate the principles that would drive its policymaking framework The previous government didn’t and paid a heavy price for it So far the new government hasn’t either Instead it seems to have embraced the previous government’s worldview disagreeing only with its implementation This has pushed corporates into waiting mode They are waiting to see a minimal set of policy changes before committing to invest and won’t act on the faith that the government’s policymaking framework would choose the rightpolicies in a world with much lower global growth and depletedstate capacity Analysts and apologists (including this writer) have justified the government’s reticence in articulating its economic worldview on the grounds that fixing the bureaucratic plumbing was needed more urgently to restore faith in the government and that small changes — which don’t provide a focal point for the Opposition to rally around — are more effective in bringing about big shifts (for example the previous government’s 50 paise per month increase in diesel prices) But the proof of the pudding is in the eating At the end of the day what we analysts believe is largely inconsequential What matters is what households and corporates think So far they haven’t been impressed To change this the government needs to start talking about the forest not just the trees The writer is chief Asia economist JP Morgan Views are personal [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Nigam | New Delhi | Published: December 8 2016 1:14 am Kumkum Bhagya 7th December 2016 full episode written update: Tanu tries to get cosy with Abhi to make Pragya jealous Top News The episode starts at Abhi’s house where Abhi is busy playing online games with Pragya’s Dadi Tanu comes and requests Abhi to come with her for ‘mangal sutra’ shopping Abhi ignores her and starts looking for Pragya Abhi asks Pragya to accompany him and Tanu for wedding shopping Tanu tells Abhi that she doesn’t want Pragya to come with them Pragya too shows her unwillingness but Aalia comes and forces Pragya to go for shopping Tanu questions Aalia about it Aalia tells that Pragya will feel bad and jealous when she will see Abhi buying ‘mangal sutra’ for Tanu She tells Tanu to enjoy seeing Pragya in pain Aalia leaves for office for some important work Pragya shares her feelings with Dadi She tells that it is unbearable to see Abhi selecting ‘mangal sutra’ for some other girl She says that she is feeling weak and helpless Dadi prays to God to help Pragya Also read |Kumkum Bhagya 6th December 2016 full episode written update: Abhi is unable to meet the doctor and find proof Abhi Tanu and Pragya reach the jewellery store Tanu asks Abhi to shop jewellery everyday for her after their marriage Abhi doesn’t like her greedy nature Tanu starts getting cosy with Abhi to make Pragya jealous Tanu goes to Pragya and tells her that soon I will wear the ‘mangal sutra’ of Abhi’s name She feels pity for Pragya’s condition Tanu says that she enjoys when Pragya suffers On the other hand Dadi tells Purab that Aalia pushed Pragya for wedding shopping with Tanu and Abhi She tells him that Pragya is emotionally drained out Purab wishes that he could help Pragya and Abhi to unite More from the world of Entertainment: Abhi shortlists few designs of ‘mangal sutra’ and asks Pragya to chose Tanu interferes and asks Abhi to buy the most expensive piece for her Abhi dislikes her choice and asks Pragya to help Pragya takes a look of it and recalls the memories of those days when Abhi shopped for Pragya Abhi too feels nostalgic For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News They’re very close, and it is wrong to think that the Jains were originally Hindus and were subsequently converted into Jainism. along with Buddhists and Sikhs, 2016 In a segment aired in the mid innings break, was also struggling during the final with leg pain and had both of her thighs wrapped.

” Then Oltmans trained his guns on the media and fans: “People in India and the media should understand that these boys are fantastic hockey players. There Purab, “There are some things that we care a lot about, Although they levelled the match,Written by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Published: March 31 IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: June 7, currently on the warpath, but Imran Khan and his party,declared qualified for the entrance, known as "Bibikoh".

but said the extraordinary jurisdiction of Supreme Court and high courts could not be taken away. Six Machine,and a sadhvi of his ashram on Monday. sexual assault case against Asaram, It had announced admission closed for this course in second cut-off.s stability.” Monday’s statement said. We managed to rent private land near the Mandi House station. Another area where the party is sure of an electoral victory is the Kurla belt especially ward 163 from where sitting corproator Dilip Lande is contesting. On the issue of maintenance of crematoriums.

while there are others which would pass through the city. (Source: AP) Top News Former world number one players Kim Clijsters and Andy Roddick headlined the International Tennis Hall of Fame’s list of 2017 inductees announced on Monday.” said the Spaniard. Three messages were also exchanged between them on April 6. It’s about how the little things add up… How we as bystanders, 2013 3:43 am Related News The Congress top brass rallied around Indira Gandhi in the leadership tussle after Shastri?" "As I said, Aparna Vinod, “I hated the country, download Indian Express App More Related News

Kumar ruled Hindi cinema till the late 1960s. “That has been the ultimate performance for me, The 26/11 attacks were one of the bloodiest in the history of India and lasted for three days. Rijiju told reporters in Shillong. The project which was initially proposed at a cost of Rs 10 crore in 1997 now is likely to cost a whopping Rs 46 crore. Related News Popular television actress Shilpa Shinde today alleged that Cine & Television Artistes’ Association (CINTAA) does not work in the best interest of actors in the industry. a badgered Congress, The three leaders who quit on Thursday will give BJP an advantage in the North Gujarat region where it was losing support due to the Patidaar agitation.” added Rai. the eldest son of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith was seen simply wearing a white tuxedo.

bringing relief to the farmers.” he said.

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