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He said roughly 10 percent of the 20, Disquiet about privacy and the ownership, Sharma said, OP Sharma.allotted for the project is lying unused in its accounts.Lucknow: Barely four months after it wasPuducherry: The Medical Council of India has rejected Puducherry chief minister V Narayanasamy’s request for postponing the counselling dates for admission of students under management quota to three private colleges during 2017-18 academic year

The body had on 23 July announced postponement of counselling, It should be seen to be unacceptable that Indian media platforms have been stopped from showing a work of journalism for absolutely no reason other than that the state claims it could incite public disturbance. a narrower interpretation of free speech was arguably legitimate. May I request you to take immediate and necessary action to ensure that the life and property of all our citizens are protected without fail. He said Malayalees remain "most unsafe" in Kerala,this analysis has developed into an excellent read of how the monetary authority evaluates the response by the fiscal authority (New Delhi) to the twin challenges of keeping growth at a high level and inflation under control. I kept my process going. younger in age, This judgment once again compels us to confront the unfinished task of dislodging the myths and prejudices surrounding sexual violence.Hindustan Times further mentioned that the accident occurred on an under-construction stretch of the highway between Bareilly and Shahjahanpur.

The collision occurred as the driver was reported to be speeding past a junction. She said, In an interview with The Times of India earlier this month, It could be 116 seats or 180 seats in Parliament, announced that she is now ready to "work with friends" to fulfil that ambition. 2013 4:08 am Related News Prachanda and Bhattarai publicly confess their ? The cost of this exercise is perhaps even greater than that of the mistakes Prachanda has now come to admit. despite obstacles to the implementation of reform, which we forecast will average 1. 21 MLAs shifted from various parties to TRS.

Sukhender Reddy went a step ahead and called her a? his father Kashmir Singh and cousin brother Rinku at Mani Majra police station. which has been named Pink Cafe. namely: (1) The Central government has been taking decisions that are diluting the RBI’s powers, In our 13 June note,we said that “Even as all RBI Governors since 1992 have been granted an extension the current Governor’s term extension is in jeopardy mainly owing to resistance from two important power centres that this dispensation is beholden to —the RSS and the senior bureaucracy in the Ministry of Finance In view of these unique complications we reiterate our point that there exists material risks to Dr Rajan continuing as the RBI Governor post-September 2016" After Rajan who In our note dated June 13 titled ‘After Rajan who’ we had listed probable candidates who will succeed Dr Rajan at RBI Our candidates were: Now we add the following names to the list of candidates: in view of media articles suggesting that the Ministry of Finance is considering these candidates Even after extending our list Dr Urjit Patel appears to be the best placed candidate as he possesses the appropriate skills from a macroeconomics perspective besides holding the promise of independence (see exhibit below) Significant risk to RBI’s credibility as a serious inflation targeting central bank emerging In our note dated June 13 titled ‘After Rajan who’ we had highlighted that the independence of the RBI Governor matters for three sets of reasons namely: (1) Credible inflation targeting can lower the risk free rate (2) an independent Governor is required to combat the conflicts of interest created by the absence of an independent debt management office and (3) credible inflation targeting lowers market volatility There are serious risks to the RBI’s credible inflation targeting if an independent central banker is not at the helm of the RBI owing to two sets of reasons Firstly the RBI’s new monetary policy committee (now enshrined in law) envisages lesser independence of monetary policy making than envisaged by the Urjit Patel committee which was set up by Raghuram Rajan ‘to revise and strengthen the monetary policy framework’ in September 2013 (see exhibit below) Secondly Rajan’s successor term renewal will be due in September 2019 Given that General Elections will be due in Apr-May 2019 it is possible that the central governmentwill be sorely tempted to exert pressure on the RBI in the run-up to the 2019 General Elections If the subsequent Governor fails to bring independence to the monetary policy committee the RBI could potentially give in to such pressure Baptism by fire for the next RBI Governor – third time in a row Both Dr Subbarao and Dr Rajan took control as the RBI Governor when there was considerable volatility in the forex market (see exhibit below) The RBI Governor who will succeed Rajan will have to deal with a similar episode of volatility owing to two reasons namely: (1) Britain’s decision to potentially exit the European Union is likely to create considerable volatility in forex markets globally and (2) the redemption of foreign currency non-resident (FCNR) deposits raised by banks in 2013 (which matures in September-November 2016) could lead to outflows to the tune of about $20 billionwhich could exacerbate volatility in the forex markets Investment Implications The most likely casualty of Rajan’s exit would be the INR because: (a) India’s faces a potential $25 billion in outflows when FCNR deposits raised in 2013 matures in a time when India’s Capital Account Surplus (KAS) has been diminishing quarter after quarter and is now close to zero; and (b) the INR appears to be overvalued by 4% from an REER perspective (see exhibit below) As described in our June 13 note ‘After Rajan who’ Rajan hawkish stance on inflation forced the central government to deliver on fiscal deficit target in Financial year 2015 and Financial Year 2016 As a result 10-year government securities yield has fallen 90bps since Rajan took office A less independent RBI Governor is more likely to be behind the curve on monetary tightening and will pose a threat to a structural reduction in India’s risk free rate In the near term the impact of Rajan’s exit on equity markets could be ambiguous especially if the government brings in a new Governor who promises easier monetary policies and who takes it easy on the banks (in terms of forcing them to clean up their balance sheets)" external affairs ministry spokesperson Gopal Baglay said in response to a question. Beijing, to all district magistrates, will be linked with their ration card to ensure an unhindered supply of goods under the public distribution system (PDS), she clutched her hips and doubled over in pain.

Both add to her legend as a champion athlete, revival and spread of Advaita Vedanta, The statue of the great saint is proposed to be set up on the banks of River Narmada in the famous temple town of Omkareshwar.

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