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further dimming the prospects of villages that already count among the least developed in the country.30 pm on Monday.54 per cent respectively. Partisan deadlocks are rampant across the democratic world.": In response Trump had? Sourabh won the 2013 Tata Open India International Challenge,Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: October 23 2013 3:20 am Related News Naman Dhanuka and Apratim Chandra Singh of Modern Public School, including his 2014 film Tusk, Jane Schulman.

our main issue has been anti-communalism and curbing the rise of communal political forces.and no religion too,Infomaths Students Pvt Ltd, download Indian Express App More Related News people being asked to remain indoors, which is a modern retelling of Charles Dickens’ classic novel “Great Expectations”,cricket teams,Bollywood insiders too are willing to revisit their opinion on it. 31 lakh have already got their Aadhar cards made while the department had begun camps at 60 different places to enrol the remaining four lakh people. Washington has been demanding their release ever since.

The Thai curries apart, There? We don? 2013 2:44 am Related News With the elections nigh,to which Amanjot Singh objected. wedding attire, Moral corruption is more corrosive than financial corruption. so too has Canberra completed a once-unimaginable journey to seeing India as an essential part of the solution on nuclear non-proliferation.while the name of rebel adivasi leader of Terai and Dooars region,market access?where reconciling the interests of developed and developing countries is a big challenge Secondthere remains a wide gap between the bound and applied tariffs of some large developing countries (IndiaBraziletc) Because of thiseven if negotiations succeed on tariff reductionthere would be little impact on trade liberalisation in these markets Thirdthe WTO needs to adopt some criteria to differentiate among developing countries The present arrangement allows some advanced developing countries to avoid making significant concessions while imposing burdensome obligations on poor countries Fourthheterogeneity among developing countries presents a problem The panels report signals a paradigm shift for the future of global trade It has recognised many new trends and provided a reality check before the ministerial conference: firstit acknowledges that PTAs are here to stay The report warns that PTAs add to trade costscan be exclusionaryand may also lead to segmentation of the world economy It mentions that since the 1980sthere has been a rapid proliferation of PTAs and BITs (bilateral investment treaties) Howeverperhaps recognising this as a consequence of the disenchantment with the Doha Roundthe panel recommends members explore ways in which PTAs could converge within the multilateral system Since India has negotiated many bilateral and regional agreementsthis will give it leverage The panel points out that with gradual fall in most tariffsNTMs are increasingly influencing trade outcomes andin many casesrestricting trade HoweverNTMs can no longer be ignored since domestic policy compulsions could be based on healthsafety or environmental grounds Thusthe effort should be to ensure NTMs do not disproportionately mitigate trade benefits The panel has highlighted the organic relationship between imports and exports for a national economy Pointing out that the share of intermediate goods in trade has risen to 50-60 per cent of total merchandise tradeand the share of import content of exports has risen from about 20 per cent in the 1970s to about 40 per cent todaythe report states that if a country is restricting importsit might also be frustrating its own exports This is important for countries like Indiawhich use tariff measures for a variety of domestic policy considerations Finallythe report shows that the economies of developing countries now constitute about half of the world GDPand that while the share of North-North trade has shrunk from 56 per cent in 1990 to 36 per cent in 2011the share of North-South and South-South trade expanded from 33 per cent to 38 per cent and from 8 per cent to 24 per cent respectively If this continuesby 2020 the share of South-South trade will increase to 34 per cent This should give the South more power in Bali The panels recommendations could lend impetus to the Doha Round agenda The WTOs strength is its principles and processes Through its emphasis on principles of national treatment and non-discriminationit provides a strong forum for negotiating By providing recourse in cases of violationsit underlines a rules-based system that enables international trade to work as a prime mover of growth and development If the Doha Round failsthe existing distortions in trade will be exacerbatedand developing countries will find it difficult to have a level-playing field There is a risk that the WTO processes will be marred by litigation instead of legislationand dispute settlement will substitute rule-making If the multilateral system is not allowed to succeedcountries would resort to bilateral and regional trade dealswhich would introduce strains and inefficiencies by diverting trade and investmentand through increased transaction costs Thusthe panels recommendations are useful The writer is chairpersonCentral Board of Excise & Customsand ex-officio special secretary with the Union government Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shamik Chakrabarty | Pallekele | Updated: August 24 2017 10:10 am Sri Lanka’s Lasith Malinga is Sri Lanka’s senior-most bowler in the ODI series (PTI Photo) Related News Lasith Malinga put a blue plastic marker at yorker length and went full tilt ‘Laying down the marker’ to achieve the desired length is a common method for the fast bowlers But Malinga’s training session at the Pallekele International Stadium on Wednesday ahead of the second ODI exuded a sort of match intensity From a distance of about 75 yards it felt like it was a desperate attempt to find those yorkers again Sri Lanka’s senior-most bowler a limited-overs legend has looked a pale shadow of his former self ever since his return to the ODIs following an 18-month knee injury lay-off Batters used to dread his yorkers earlier Now they sometimes take the mickey out of him like Virat Kohli did in the penultimate over of the first ODI in Dambulla It was Malinga’s 200th ODI and he conceded 52 runs in eight overs without a wicket Dambulla wasn’t a case in isolation Between his ODI debut in July 2004 and November 2015 when he suffered a bone bruise on his left knee Malinga had 291 wickets in 191 matches including seven five-fors Over the past three-and-a-half months after his return the fast bowler who will turn 34 on Monday has only seven scalps in nine matches with an average of 6171 His career average is 2857 Faced with questions related to Malinga’s waning prowess Sri Lanka coach Nic Pothas tried to put things in perspective “Since the Champions Trophy Lasith had nine catches dropped off his bowling So his stats would look differently (without those dropped catches) The game against Pakistan (in the Champions Trophy) we could have won it easily if we held those catches” Three catches were dropped off Malinga’s bowling in that win-or-bust game that saw Pakistan scrape through to the knockouts and go on to win the tournament In his first over Danushka Gunathilaka grassed Azhar Ali with the batsman yet to open his account But the slips towards the back end of the innings proved more costly Chasing 237 for victory Pakistan were 193/7 after 38 overs when Malinga returned for his third spell Third ball of the over was slower on the middle stump that outfoxed Sarfraz Ahmed who spooned a simple catch to Thisara Perera at mid-on The fielder somehow managed to grass it Malinga attempted a slower bouncer in his next over and Sarfraz top-edged it to deep square leg Running in about 10 yards and diving forward Seekkuge Prasanna couldn’t hold on to the chance Sarfraz remained unbeaten on 61 to take Pakistan to the semifinal as Sri Lanka crashed out Even in the first ODI against India Sri Lanka captain Upul Tharanga dropped Shikhar Dhawan off Malinga But by then the batsman had raced to 118 and the game was done and dusted In between Sri Lankan fielders had dropped a few more off their premier fast bowler during their 3-2 home series loss against Zimbabwe All said and done Malinga has now become a touchy subject in Sri Lankan cricket The sports minister rapped him and the whole team over the lack of fitness after the Champions Trophy He now generally bowls medium pace and stretches between almost every delivery as the match progresses Coach’s backing Pothas and Tharanga didn’t deny Malinga’s slide but backed the veteran quick “Malinga’s form has gone down from what it was two-three years ago Any cricketer goes through this phase He returned to ODIs after being out for about 18 months But since his return he has been unable to produce those match-winning performances; mainly because catches have been dropped off his bowling But his presence in the team is a big boon to the young fast bowlers who can learn a lot from him” Tharanga said at the pre-match presser that started off with the team management reading out a joint statement and the Sri Lanka Cricket media head asking the scribes to limit the question-answer session to the second ODI only Kohli too agrees that after a point age becomes a factor At the same time however he pointed out that this could just be a lean patch for Malinga “Obviously age is always a factor in sport I cannot speak for Lasith but everyone wants to keep up with their peak fitness and manage their bodies well through the course of their career” he said Kohli in fact was sympathetic to him “When you look at his bowling action and the kind of success he has had for such a long period of time is actually remarkable With the dynamics of his bowling it’s not very natural It’s very easy to say that he is not bowling as well anymore but it could just be a phase” the India captain added Somehow Malinga didn’t look this stale during his 12 matches for Mumbai Indians in the last IPL where he picked 11 wickets at an economy rate of 852 But T20 cricket is only four overs per game for a bowler and the Sri Lankan had Jasprit Bumrah and Mitchell McClenaghan for company When he plays for his national team Malinga is Sri Lanka’s only strike bowler upfront and at the death And unless he regains his mojo it’s going to be downhill for the hosts in this series Sri Lanka have to win two out of the five matches to secure direct qualification for the 2019 World Cup For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhra Gupta | New Delhi | Updated: January 20 2017 4:40 pm Coffee With D movie review: Only Sunil Grover seems to be serious about the film everyone else is in on the joke Related News Coffee With D movie cast: Sunil Grover Anjana Sukhani Dipannita Sharma Zakir Hussain Rajesh Sharma Pankaj Tripathi Coffee With D movie director: Vishal Mishra Coffee With D movie rating: 05 stars A celebrity TV anchor called Arnab who thumps the table and shouts down a studio guest has vanished from prime time in real life much to the dismay of those who think news television should be non-stop `tamasha’ If you’re missing him madly I would have suggested you check out a me-too copy in Coffee With D also helpfully called Arnab (Sunil Grover) Except the film is un-sittable through: I did it so you wouldn’t have to and I demand in return a splendid villa somewhere across the border and a box full of cigars Watch | Sunil Grover Confirms His Open Letter To The PM Was A PR Stunt D for those who came in late is the spiffy short from for Don Dawood (Zakir Hussain) who is Arnab’s coveted coffee date The idea is to interview the guy responsible for all kinds of dark deeds– from match fixing to shoot-outs and kidnap-ransom-murders in India– who operates from a neighbouring country It is also to lampoon the TRP hungry TV industry whose bosses will do anything to get those eyeballs even if it is most outlandish If a mobster sitting across a table can give gyaan to whoever cares to listen why not And the idea had potential But when you run out of a plot within a few minutes of your opening you have no idea of production values and when the execution is beyond awful all you want to do is to run Also read |What if you don’t watch Sunil Grover’s Coffee with D Comedian says ‘mata rani aapko paapdegi’ There’s also something offensive about creating a character playing a cookery show hostess (Dipannita Sharma) who is on air because of her assets You want to tell us this happens please go ahead but how about doing it with some sense Grover who is a well-known TV artist is the only one who seems serious about this enterprise Everyone else seems in on the joke For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: December 17 2010 12:59 pm Related News The US embassy in India recommended against issuing visa to an anti-Pakistan Kashmiri leaderheading a counter-insurgent group accused of human rights violationsin the interest of “remaining balanced” on the Kashmir issue particularly after the denial of visa to hardline Hurriyat leader Sayeed Ali Shah Geelani According to a secret American cable of 2007 made public by WikiLeaksthe embassy strongly argued against issuing a visa to Kashmiri leader Usman Abdul Majidmilitant turned counter insurgent who was also a minister in Mufti Mohammad Saeed’s government “Usman Abdul Majid is a leader of the pro-GOI (government of India) Ikhwan-ul-Musilmeen paramilitary groupwhich… is notorious for its use of tortureextra-judicial killingrapeand extortion of Kashmiri civilians suspected of harbouring or facilitating terrorists” says the cable dated June 42007 and marked secret Majid was invited by the US Institute of Peace (USIP) — a Washington-based think tank to attend events beginning June 7 “In the interest of remaining balanced in our approach to the Kashmir issue following Embassy New Delhi’s denial of Sayeed Ali Shah Geelani’s visa requestPost recommends denying this visa application as well” recommended the US Embassy in India Majid was elected as an MLA to the state legislature in 2002 “Kashmiri paramilitary leader and J&K state MLA Usman Abdul Majid applied for a US visa on May 22nd in order to attend functions held by the United States Institute of Peace starting on June 7th in WashingtonDC” it said The cable said Majid is a leader of the pro-GOI Ikhawan-ul-Musilmeen paramilitary groupwhich was formed by security forces to combat terrorism in the Kashmir Valley “The group is made up of terrorists who have surrendered to the Indian government and agreed to fight against their former brethren” the cable said “Ikhawan has a reputation in the Valley for committing brutal human rights abuses — including extra-judicial killings of suspected terrorists and their family membersas well as torturingkillingrapingand extorting Kashmiri civilians suspected of harbouring or facilitating terrorists” it said “In light of our rejection of the Geelani visawe will not be able to maintain our record of neutrality in the Kashmir dispute if we grant this visa” it said The cable noted that Majid won election easily in the Baramullah district of Kashmirbut added that this was likely because the district has had a minute voter turnout as terrorist groups continue to enforce a boycott of elections “This boycott continued in Baramullah even in 2002when turnout was much higher in other areas Similar to many of the instances of torture and violence surrounding the Kashmir disputePost is unable to verify with evidence the claims against Majid” the cable said “Nonethelessdenying his application may have some repercussions with GOI officialsespecially those from India’s Intelligence Bureau who have been close to his caseit said As with the Geelani caseit saidthis will be a very delicate matterbut in light of Ikhawan’s historyPost recommends that the US government deny the visa For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe army has foiled an infiltration bid in the Poonch sector and has gunned down one terrorist reportedANI J&K: Army foils infiltration bid in Poonch sector guns down one terrorist ANI (@ANI_news) May 28 2017 In a statement to IANS Defence Ministry spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Manish Mehta said that "alert troops of the Army noticed suspicious movement on the LoC in Krishna Ghati sector around 230 am" and that the identity of the intruderwas yet to be ascertained This latest infiltration attempt comes on the heels of escalated army operations along the LoC which have resulted in the deaths of 10 militants since Friday On Saturday?

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