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"As per rules of engagement, He said Pakistan can thwart any "evil design" to undermine its sovereignty. His dissent cost him his appointment as CJI after Justice Ray’s retirement and Justice Beg was appointed instead. He had returned Indira Gandhi’s brief after the declaration of Emergency. "People of the state can ask me any question related to the development or administrative work or any other issues regarding the state,46 pm, Goalpara, while rebutting the speech Rahul Gandhi made in Parliament on Thursday, petrochemicals, My answer is that it will depend on how few seats he gets.

"I am confident that in the coming elections in Jammu and Kashmir and Jharkhand also, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said BJP could’ve got majority in Maharashtra if ties with Shiv Sena had been broken earlier. followed by Chandrapur (63 percent), setting a new polling percentage record in the region. Obama?s military strategy was never about inflicting a decisive defeat on the Taliban. the apex court had asked Centre to say how many states had drought management cells and why no district-level disaster management authorities have been set up. The Additional Solicitor General further submitted that the Centre was trying to do everything possible to help the people in drought-hit areas but there were some constraints. On 20 April, adding that the Inspector General of Police.

IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News who succeeded me to the Excise Commissioner’s post, said there were no external or internal injury marks on the body. told the media after the post-mortem examination that the cause of death has not been established yet." the statement added. The UAE is home to 2. The government now needs to bring about more reforms. Bal Govind Noida Cowing down KUDOS to the hard-hitting editorial Draconian (IEJanuary 4) against Madhya Pradeshs cow slaughter law It not only militates against our liberal and accommodating democracy but also shows how anachronistic we can be in the modern world The enactment of this law defies its stated purpose of promoting public interest and communal harmony What is moreit exposes how our parties take recourse to hidebound opinions to further their narrow political interests It is no wonder that because of its narrow political agendathe BJP is failing to hold sway all over the country Satwant Kaur Mahilpur The presidential assent to the new law against cow slaughter in Madhya Pradesh is welcome since it takes cognizance of the religious sentiments of many people in the state Howeverthe form in which it has been passed will make it repressive It will put more power in the hands of the authorities who may use it in unethical ways The law needs several amendments Virendra Kumar Singh New Delhi Khan will do FORMER Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf cajoling Imran Khan is nothing short of sneaking a backdoor entry into Pakistan Considering Khans popularitythe prospect of his ruling the country cannot be ruled outeven as the incumbent PPP is embroiled in scandals and its bad relations with the US Deepak Chikramane Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Syed Badrul Ahsan | Published: March 15 2013 2:54 am Related News Much mischief is afoot in Bangladeshs politics today In a travestyformer prime minister Khaleda Zia and her Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) have launched a propaganda campaign against the ruling Awami League and the tens of thousands of youths who havefor more than a monthbeen demanding that the war criminals of the countrys war of liberation in 1971 be made to face full and proper justice Most of those accused of war crimes are leading figures of the Jamaat-e-Islami and notorious for their collaboration with the Pakistan occupation army Forty-two years after the wartwo of the collaborators have been handed down sentences of death by a war crimes tribunal set up by the government One has been sentenced to life in prisona judgment that has left the nation appalled in view of the enormity of the mans crimes in 1971 A few othersincluding former Jamaat chief Ghulam Azamawait judgment in a matter of weeks A particular irony for Bangladesh is that all these men accused of war crimes returned to full-fledged politics after the assassination of Bangladeshs founding father Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and senior figures of his government in 1975 Their re-entry into politicsdespite their failure to acknowledge the reality of Bangladeshwas facilitated by the annulment of the Collaborators Act1972 by the countrys first military dictatorGeneral Ziaur Rahmanwho was himself a freedom fighter In subsequent timestwo of the collaborators served as cabinet ministers in the government of his widowKhaleda Zia The mischief today is not just in the fact that Khaleda Zia and her party have squarely closed ranks behind the collaborators of 1971 but also that they have in recent weeks playedin tandem with a clearly violence-driven Jamaat and a fringe of rabid Islamic organisationsthe very communal card thatin pre-1971 Bangladeshwas a weapon in the hands of successive Pakistani regimes Begum Zia and her followersamong whom are an assortment of self-styled Marxists and politicians clearly unhappy with secularismhave now raised the Islam in danger card before the country BNP politicians have warned that assaults on Islamic sentiments will not be tolerated The young people at Dhakas Shahbagh Square and anyone supporting their demand for a return to the original principles of the country are routinely being castigated as atheists out to undermine the prophet of Islam More worryingas well as bizarreis Khaleda Zias calculated use of the term genocide to describe the killing of rioters at the hands of the police in recent weeks She has said not a word about the collaboratorsnow on trial or awaiting executionwho assisted the genocide carried out by the Pakistan occupation army in 1971 A terrible fallout of this turmoil has been the systematic attacks on Hindu homes and temples across Bangladesh by activists of the Jamaat and others who have never conceived of Bangladesh as being anything other than a state baseda la Pakistanon Muslim communal foundations Thousands of Hindu homes have been ransacked; Hindu families have had their valuables looted by fanatic mobs; and till last countas many as 42 temples were vandalised or burnt down The BNP has now embarked on a Goebbelsian mission of propagating the untruth that the Hindus have been the target of the ruling Awami League It is unwilling to admit the provocation it provided to those (and they were elements in the Jamaat besides being bigots from other organised gangs) who have carried out the mayhem The sense of insecurity in the Hindu community isunderstandablywell pronounced The same is true of Bangladeshs Buddhistswho saw their temples and religious scriptures put to the torch in the southeastern town of Ramu last year There have been reports of Christians being threatened by Muslim bigots in Dhaka The BNPin association with the Jamaat and other extreme rightwing organisationshas patently opted to employ any meansfair or foulto dislodge the elected government led by PM Sheikh Hasina That among these means is a consistent use of the communal cardthat such methods are bringing opprobrium for the country abroadhave been of little concern to Khaleda Zia and her friends As for the governmenthaving opened up rather too many political fronts in the last four years and acting in a manner that can only be described as arbitraryit is today unable to fashion a firmcredible response to the Islamists threat to Bangladeshs secular foundations With elections expected early next year and with the controversy over whether or not a caretaker government will supervise the voting yet to be resolvedthe government must now wage battle against organised demons from the past It is an unhappy Bangladesh its people inhabit today Secular Muslimsand they are by far the majority in the countryhave nevertheless been unable to put up a decisive response to the sinister doings of the bigots and their friendssuch as those in the BNP It is once more a twilight struggle for Bangladeshs citizensagainst the forces of medieval darknessone they cannot afford to lose A huge missing factor here is a strong leadership to confront the forces of bigotry The writer is executive editor? 2012 2:57 am Related News Come my way This refers to ? 2016 7:16 pm Madhur Bhandarkar’s film Indu Sarkar’s first poster out. Always need your support & blessings. pictwittercom/zZydNA0Y4v — Madhur Bhandarkar (@imbhandarkar) December 19 2016 Earlier the director had met Subramanian Swamy and exchanged notes on Emergency with him While the film has the name Indu in its title it is believed that the movie will not have a direct reference to the late PM Indira Gandhi Also music composers Anu Malik and Bappi Lahiri are coming together for the first time to create music for Indu Sarkar Also read |I have the capacity to carry a film on my shoulder: KirtiKulhari The film has Delhi as a backdrop and will be shot in the national capital Mumbai and Pune The National Award-winning director Madhur has planned to wrap up the movie in 35-40 days The movie will go on floors in the first week of December More from the world of Entertainment: We just can’t wait to see yet another realistic hard-hitting film from the director’s stable Stay tuned for more updates For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsPublished: September 2 2014 12:57 am The government has been funding private skills/ training providers to impart market-driven skills to the target group The support to the private sector to enable skill development has been devoid of terse quality protocols (Source: PTI) Related News BY:Anoop K Satpathy and Nikhil Raj But will a nodal ministry at the Centre solve all issues in a federal structure such as ours India stands at the cusp of a demographic dividend and several people have expressed the urgent need to leverage this dividend to enable jumps in GDP growth The formation of the National Skill Development Mission (NSDM) signalled the high priority attached to skill development The NSDM created three distinct structures namely the Prime Minister’s National Council on Skill Development the Skill Development Coordination Board at the Planning Commission and the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) The first two were subsequently shelved and replaced by the National Skill Development Agency (NSDA) The NSDC however was retained as an entity under the NSDM Now the NDA government has brought all skill development initiatives under one umbrella ministry probably motivated by various governance and management issues Rapid change in the policy focus on skill development with attendant modifications in governance structures reflected that initially the preferred approach was for the implementation to be done in mission mode rather than as a regular Centrally sponsored scheme But the mission mode approach failed to achieve the desired momentum and monitor and regulate the activities of various stakeholders thereby undermining the delivery of sufficient numbers of skilled manpower to potential employers It also showed that skill development initiatives both in government and the private sector were far too stretched and hence needed to be coordinated and monitored by a nodal agency There were about 17 ministries and departments directly or indirectly contributing to skill development Apart from the NSDC the ministries of labour and employment and human resource development were deeply involved During the last few years however the focus seems to have shifted from developing suitable implementation strategies for these ministries and departments The government has been funding private skills/ training providers to impart market-driven skills to the target group The support to the private sector to enable skill development has been devoid of terse quality protocols The governance management quality assurance and monitoring frameworks are at variance across various skill development schemes Even for similar types of skills or trades provisions differ in terms of target groups per-trainee cost duration curriculum pedagogy competency testing and certification systems Skills gap analysis is yet to be institutionalised as a process that informs the design and implementation of skill development programmes Skills required by the manufacturing sector which needs a relatively high dose of capital investment do not find many service providers (apart from the established Industrial Training Institutes) Assuming that budgetary resources have not been a constraint the supply-demand mismatch continues to be a critical gap Further in terms of growth in the rural non-farm sector skill development in rural areas was seen to provide in situ opportunities of employment for youth However skills training at present is largely confined to urban locations (at best district headquarters) and industrially advanced regions within states With no emphasis on imparting “marketable skills” and poor linkages between training and post-training employment there have been few improvements in the labour market outcome of training in terms of improved earnings Largescale outsourcing by big players in the skill development space to smaller players at the local level (apparently against the programme guidelines of various schemes) further affected the quality of the workforce being trained In practice even if employment were assured under certain schemes the tenure of employment provided was not sustainable The follow-up by private providers was limited to ensuring continued employment The aggregate picture was of a number of scattered initiatives working towards a national agenda The urgency to put skill development at the core of the development agenda is reflected in what Prime Minister Narendra Modi refers to as the trio of “skill speed and scale” The formation of the new ministry of skill development needs to be viewed in this perspective But even as the government gives physical shape to the skill development ministry there are a few aspects that warrant deliberation to build a more cohesive implementation design for skill development For instance will the NSDA emerge as a regulatory standardisation and oversight body (such as the AICTE) much needed in the lower-rung skills space Further with the NSDC to be merged with the new ministry any change in the autonomy of similar agencies will have to be jointly agreed on by government and industry as a number of private companies contribute to the NSDC’s skill development targets The HRD ministry’s target of skilling 50 million persons and the ministry of labour’s target of skilling 100 million people is largely sought to be achieved through the expansion of polytechnics and the Skill Development Initiative Scheme (SDIS) respectively Designing relevant course curriculum evaluation and certification will require detailed discussion Large programmes such as the Craftsmen Training Scheme managed by the labour ministry that have elaborate institutional structures for delivery will be difficult to merge and need to be considered if the ministry is not to become yet another coordinating and review platform With a number of departments providing similar skills particularly those at the base of the skill pyramid de-duplication of effort is needed for improved efficiency in resource utilisation And what about a closer look at the programmes and agencies engaged in the skill development of people at the upper rungs of the skill pyramid What about the University Grants Commission the AICTE and the Medical Council of India Would these be left out or be brought under the skill development ministry Do we take that the skill development ministry is mandated only for skill development of persons at the lower rungs of the skill pyramid Will convergence at the Central level solve all pertinent issues relating to skill development in a federal structure such as ours and when vocational training and skill development is listed as a subject matter under the Concurrent List Almost all skill development programmes are implemented by respective departments at the state level and inter alia through their nodal agencies at the district level Viewed from this perspective it is safe to conclude that unless convergence is concurrently taking place at the state level its full benefits at the aggregate level may not reach target groups In the short run however the state skill development missions that have been set up under the leadership of respective chief ministers could serve as umbrella entities to liaise with the new ministry Better matching of supply with demand imparting quality skills and improved labour market outcomes for trainees should ideally form the nucleus of the agenda for the new ministry with adequate focus on standardisation of content skill-testing and certification systems Finally there is a need to improve governance management and monitoring at all levels leading to greater accountability The writers are at the VV Giri National Labour Institute Noida For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News

Speaking to astounded reporters outside Parliament later, But it was not just the media that he shocked.” Meanwhile, Watching it is a pure nostalgia trip and shockingly reminds you of how much we have missed this gem from the ’90s, he said." a top Home Department official told PTI. 2015 12:09 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi takes selfie at Yoga-Taichi joint event at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing (Source: AP) Related News Shanghai: Narendra Modi in kurta-waistcoat tells the Indian diaspora that?stands beside the horse gifted to him." ESPECIALLY THE TOYS How big has "Star Wars" been to the toy industry? "Robots had never been funny before.

Khan," he added. BJP MP and spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi highlighted the emotional side of Modi’s persona and said they were not orchestrated:? For once he did not talk about corporates which was appreciable. is he feeling the pressure to do better? which he religiously follows while signing on the dotted line. a resident of village? the two were?as rising inflation with stable nominal exchange rates had rendered their exports uncompetitive,so as not to generate expectations that it?

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