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Chris Gayle took to Twitter to expressed his condolences to the young cricketer’s family. 2016 12:22 am Related News A few days after 40 odd students of a school in Yerawada missed their HSC geography exam because the private coaching centre they were enrolled in issued them the wrong date and time schedule of the paper, Taramani follows Altheya and Prabhu capturing the multi-edged intricacies in contemporary romance through their stories. For all the latest Kolkata News, Pandey has played for Uttar Pradesh in 117 first-class matches bsides 2 ODIs.5 crore on a conservative basis,t give office the miss. Unsurprisingly,31 are decoy and 219 are regarding non-maintenance of records. more possession and was winning more tackles than the visiting side.

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It was one of the great contributions he made to the country, 2016.Nine police officers were killed The Myanmar government believes the attack was coordinated by the Rohingya Myanmar security forces responded by unleashing a torrent of violence on the Rohingya Such was their brutality that more than a dozen Nobel laureates were moved to write an open letter to theUnited Nations Security Council urging it to intervene and end the "ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity" On 25 August a similar attack on police posts in Myanmar claimed the lives of 12 police officers Which led to yet another crackdown forcing 3 lakh refugees to flee the country Most of them ended up in Bangladesh In refugee camps perhaps Alive but not really living Safeena Wani is a Srinagar -based freelance writer and a member of 101Reporterscom a pan-India network of grassroots reporters By: Express Web Desk | Published: July 22 2017 7:41 pm Hemang Amin has been appointed as COO of IPL (Source: BCCI) Related News The Board of Control for Cricket in India on Saturday appointed Hemang Amin as the new Chief Operating Officer of the Indian Premier League Amin who has been attached to BCCI for 7 years was was most recently Assistant General Manager (Finance Commercial and Events) at the board The BCCIthough in a statement said that Amin will continue to report to BCCI CEO Rahul Johri “Amin will continue to report to Mr Rahul Johri – CEO BCCI” the BCCI said in a statement Acting Honourary Secretary Amitabh Choudhary said that Amin’s way of working would be helpful in elevating the IPL and growing its engagement “Mr Amin’s experience strong leadership and inclusive managementstyle will further elevate the Indian Premier League and grow engagement among fans around the world”Choudhary said IPL Chairman Rajeev Shukla too congratulated Amin on his appointment as the COO “Mr Hemang Amin is a wonderful executive with an incredible breadth of experience and relationships across a variety of markets and our stakeholders Having worked with him firsthand I know he will be a fine leader for the IPL and will bring unmatched innovation passion and vision to the role”said Shukla Earlier Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals also made a return to Indian Premier League after ending their two-year ban For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Rana Kapoor | Published: July 2 2016 12:33 am The decision is a strong endorsement of the sustainability of the market-driven approach in improving the food supply chain efficiency as well as increasing farm incomes Top News The Union Government’s decision to allow 100 per cent foreign direct investment (FDI) in food retail is a bold move It is also a historic move one that will contribute towards enabling higher rural incomes sprucing up farm infrastructure and creating world class last mile distribution and retail infrastructure in the country The decision is a strong endorsement of the sustainability of the market-driven approach in improving the food supply chain efficiency as well as increasing farm incomes Over the past two decades India has rapidly transitioned from a low value to a high value agricultural economy Two-thirds of the country’s agricultural and allied produce today consists of perishables like milk horticultural produce fishery poultry and meat However the value capture for the farmer is still sub-optimal Increased processing coupled with a robust distribution and retail chain will bring in much-needed technology infusion result in capital deployment and lead to infrastructure creation for fully leveraging value addition in perishable commodities This is of course true for secondary and tertiary processed food products But increasing processing will also enable farmers to realise a higher value for fresh farm produce which will be a sizable portion of retail trade The announcement assumes much significance in view of the fact that only 10 per cent of perishables in the country undergo processing today — in fact the figure for fruits and vegetables is an abysmal 2 per cent Besides giving a boost to food processing FDI in retail is going to incentivise creation of back-end infrastructure reduce wastage control food inflation create employment opportunities and increase farm incomes The move also complements the government’s aggressive promotion of large-scale food parks and cold chain infrastructure in the country’s rural interiors The announcement is also in consonance with the government’s larger move to make the farm supply chain an efficient transparent and robust one It has to be seen together with the National Agri Market initiative The initiative has the potential to create the world’s largest integrated spot market for agricultural produce with the advantages of significantly enlarged market access for the farmer FDI in food retail has the potential to leverage ‘Make in India’ and ‘Produce in India’ themes for the larger benefit of the farmer It will enable the small farmer to leverage IT and e- commerce for market access and provide economies of scale to the smallest among them There are already instances where back end farm production and front end consumer activity have combined to enhance efficiency in the overall agricultural value chain The landmark announcement in a sense completes a trilogy that holds the key to government’s intent to shore up the agricultural value chain A strong back end (National Agri Market) a vibrant middle (Make in India) will now acquire a robust front end — FDI in retail This will help create a world class integrated agricultural supply chain infrastructure in the country and in turn boost the Indian farmer’s income The writer is managing director and CEO Yes Bank For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Amrita Dutta | Updated: June 3 2015 1:43 pm Amitav Ghosh (Source: Emilio Madrid-Kuser) Related News Author Amitav Ghosh’s ambitious Ibis trilogy has made landfall The last of the novels The Flood of Fire speaks to the present like an oracle from the past — about empire economics and the heroism of ordinary people He talked to Amrita Dutta: The First Opium War (1839-42) between Britain and China was fought in the name of “free trade” but in a sense was about one country (Britain) forcing another to buy opium Absolutely I don’t think there is any other way to put it It was the war that really inaugurated the era of what you can call free-trade imperialism And that era is not over The baton has been handed over from England to the United States And it is the same project The rhetoric that accompanied the first Opium War was eerily reminiscent of that of the Iraq War: that this was a fight for freedom that the Chinese would welcome the British with open arms when they overthrew the tyranny of the Manchu despots Share This Article Related Article Your books seem to be a critique of the capitalist project that flowed from imperialism about the idea of endless growth Clearly that whole idea of that kind of capitalism is of wanting more and more It is about creating this desire to grow Within the world of capitalism to stand still is to die That is true micro-economically in the case of companies and macro-economically of states You could say this cycle of endless growth has worked for some countries But it is increasingly clear that it is no longer a sustainable thing There are limits and they are imposed by nature In India there is a renewed emphasis on growth But there is also the worry that environmental safeguards are not a priority Do you share that concern I do I think it will lead to catastrophe India is incredibly vulnerable to climate change As we speak we are in the middle of an epic heat wave This is just a small aspect of things that climate change will do I am particularly aware of this because I come from Bengal which is most vulnerable to climate change I have spent a lot of time in the Sunderbans and I have seen with my own eyes: the saline incursions the rise in sea levels More generally speaking we are heading for a catastrophic water situation Where was this growth ideology most significant In California Everyone must have 10 cars a big house green lawn And now it has hit the limit Their water is running out they have started water rations And that is absolutely the opposite of free market ideology So in its natural home it has hit the limit And at a time when these limits are becoming apparent we are hurtling towards the precipice All the agriculture of north India is based upon withdrawing water from aquifers When and not if the upper Ganga aquifer collapses we are facing disaster I just don’t know how you can repeat the mantra of growth without recognising the nature of this problem hurtling towards us Did the war change India’s relationship with China We have forgotten the Opium Wars if ever we remembered it But China has not They are a civilisation with great historical consciousness it is something they pay great attention to The war is extensively memorialised in China And they are intensely aware that Indians participated in the war and against them How different is a novelist’s approach from that of a historian What kind of gaps in historical records did you find If a historian sits down to write about the Opium War they’d take 100 years and say this is what happened and that is what happened. 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however,designer and teacher Shiv Singh; painter Malkit Singh; Balwinder, Sandeep gave only seven runs from the 19th over which left Mohit to defend 15 off the final over with Kieron Pollard on strike and batting on 42 off 18 balls.could take only eight runs off the six balls he faced in the over to finish with unbeaten 50 off 24 balls Mohit kept his linewide outside-off and length full to make sure Mumbai do not reach the target Before this Mumbai were off to fantastic start thanks to openers Lendl Simmons andParthiv Patel Simmons wasthe destroyer-in-chief for Mumbai as he scored 44 of the 68 runs scored in the powerplay by Mumbai?Pandya’s innings as Saha took a sensational catch behind the stumps.

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