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what these policies will be before casting their vote?" Modi tweeted. The Assembly saw an uproar on the issue as MLAs across party lines demanded the rehabilitation of the affected people nearby or preferably at the same place immediately.It struck us as something very similar to what we do on stage, says Srikumar That simple act became the starting point of a two-year-old endeavour known as the U-ra-mi-li project It is a collection of films and images that the couple found similarly intriguing as they travelled across the length and breadth of the country from the rhythmic motion created by the weavers of Thenzawl village in Mizoram to the mask-makers of Majuli island and the community art in McLeod Ganj The curious titlein factrefers to the song of our people, Parthiv is not sure. broke serve at the start of the second set and although he dropped his own immediately he pushed Murray hard for the rest of the match on a warm desert evening.ongoing projects worth over Rs 70, we are natural allies and we’ll sort out the alliance issue in the coming few days.

" said the 35-year-old, before firing a?” said Municipal Secretary Sunil Parkhi. "I am saying to Daesh that there’s no choice other than to leave or be killed, the BMC is confident that there will be no need for water cut in the coming year. decide syllabi and the mode of evaluation. where actors expressed their anger over the controversy.Following the protests the newspaper retracted the story The petitioner identified as Rozario Mariya Susai has moved the court alleging that these actors had abused journalists He had filed a private complaint in the court of the judicial magistrate under Section 200 (Examination of complaint by Magistrate) of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) for the offence under Section 499 (defamation) and 500 (punishment for defamation) of Indian Penal Code according to reports The actors in question had also moved the Madras High Court seeking to quash the case However the bench declined to entertain the plea in March paving the way for the trial to resume The actors did not show up before the Ooty magistrate court on May 15 and May 23 prompting the judge to issues warrants in their names The next hearing has been slated for June 17 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Arushi Jain | New Delhi | Published: December 7 2016 5:54 pm Bigg Boss 10: Hina Khan and Karishma Tanna will be seen on this week’s Weekend Ka Vaar with Salman Khan Related News Here is happy news for all Hina Khan fans who are missing the actor after she bid adieu to Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai Our sources from Bigg Boss 10 have confirmed that Hina will be attending Salman Ki Sabha on Bigg Boss 10’s Weekend Ka Vaar with Salman Khan There are no prizes for guessing whom she will be supporting It could be none other than her onscreen son and real-life friend Rohan Mehra aka Naksh Hina has been supporting Rohan right from the beginning of Bigg Boss 10 She is an ardent follower of the show and is all set to analyse Rohan’s performance graph in Salman Ki Sabha Also read |Hina Khan aka Akshara will be missed A look at her Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai journey see pics Hina Khan essayed the character of Akshara Singhania in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai for eight long years But the actor finally took the tough decision of quitting the show as she felt that she has justified every shade of her character — that of a daughter a wife a daughter-in-law and a mother so nothing has been left for her to give to her audience as Akshara More from the world of Entertainment: Before her exit Karan Mehra — who played the role of her husband Naitik on the show — also left the show to join Bigg Boss 10 Post his exit from the show the actor was a contestant in Big Boss 10 but soon got evicted After Hina exited the show it was being speculated that she will also join Bigg Boss 10 However Hina Khan left many hearts broken as she vehemently denied the rumours in a tweet Also read |This is the real reason why Akshara aka Hina Khan left Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai During her appearance at Bigg Boss house this weekend Hina will be joined by Karishma Tanna ex-contestant and a finalist of Bigg Boss 8 Just like VJ Andy and Tanisha Mukerji she too will be grilling the present contestants of the show about their performance It will be interesting to see who is her favourite in the house and who will become the target of her sharp comments Here are some pictures of Hina Khan as Akshara in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai Last weekend we saw Mona Lisa’s fiancee Manoj Punjabi’s girlfriend and Manveer’s bhabhi on the show who discussed the relationship of supposed lovebirds Manoj and Mona Lisa For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsMumbai: Shiv Sena on Mondaysuggested animmediate meeting of NDA constituents to discuss thecontroversial land bill which has been opposed by BJP allies "All the NDA allies should immediately meet and discussthis issue All the NDA members have similar concerns withregard to the bill" Uddhav Thackeray told reporters here Get all the NDA constituents to meet says Uddhav PTI Thackeray has termed the bill as "anti-farmers" OnWednesday he had asked the party workers to propagate the"ill-effects" of the proposed law in its current format The new land bill was "only about forcibly taking awaylands" in the name of development he had said last week Union Minister Nitin Gadkari had on Friday met Thackerayto seek Sena support over the contentious bill PTI Written by Sudhir A Shah Payal Malik | Updated: May 7 2016 6:44 am Related News The controversy surrounding App-based cabs and their pricing has been characterised by much demagoguery We seek to leaven the debate with straightforward economic rationality Given exogenous factors such as the weather and the time of day the instantaneous demand and supply of taxis vary with the price the former negatively and the latter positively At a given price they vary with the exogenous factors Given the exogenous factors a price that equates demand and supply is called an equilibrium price This price leaves no potential gains-from-trade on the table: Everyone who wants to buy or sell the service at that price can do so A higher (respectively lower) than equilibrium price is inefficient because some cabbies and some customers can negotiate a mutually beneficial trade at a lower (respectively higher) price The state fixes two parts of the taxi market First it limits supply by mandating a permit for operating a taxi thereby making the supply of taxis very inelastic Second it fixes the price of the service Unfortunately this price is rarely the equilibrium price because changing exogenous factors move demand and supply leading to a fluctuating equilibrium price For instance during peak commuting hours or severe weather conditions demand usually exceeds supply at the mandated price At off-peak times the opposite is true Both situations are inefficient as mutually beneficial trades remain unrealised Share This Article Related Article Hitherto such trade has been difficult for two reasons First the potential traders have to find each other and until now there has not been a platform for making such matches at low cost in real time Second even if the potential traders randomly bump into each other haggling imposes a significant cost in terms of time and psychological distress App-based cab services solve both problems The software matches in real time and at low cost customers and cabbies who are willing to trade at the specified price As both parties accept the price haggling is irrelevant By replacing random physical matching and haggling with a virtual platform for precise real-time matching of traders and auction-based pricing App-based cabs implement the mutually beneficial trades implied by demand-supply mismatches While prices increase (as they should) when demand is greater than supply they also fall (as they should) when supply is greater than demand App-based cabs bring other benefits too First the taxi market becomes more competitive as there is a larger number of suppliers across the quality spectrum The days of the neighbourhood taxi-stand being a local monopoly with all that a monopoly entails are over Hence the protests from such quarters Other than legal and administrative barriers entry into the taxi market is easy because the required software is easily acquired and the entrant does not have to invest in a car fleet since one only needs to incentivise car owners to acquire an appropriate license and become part or full-time cabbies Second the ability of the supply-side of the market to respond flexibly to price signals makes the taxi supply far more elastic than under a rigid permit regime Third there is a marked improvement in the quality of service relative to the neighbourhood taxi-stand benchmark This should enable a switch away from private cars to public taxis leading to lower congestion and pollution Fourth off-peak prices are much lower than those of traditional cabs Indeed they rival auto-rickshaw prices hence their protests Peak-time prices are higher than the mandated price However the mandated price is irrelevant at peak-times since every cabbie can and does charge a premium at such times Ask any commuter The notion that your cabbie is an economic idiot who abides by the mandated price whatever be the true economic value of his service is a shibboleth that should be buried next to other statist nonsense What is the proper role of the state in this market It is certainly not to ban flex-price cabs or regulate prices since this market is very competitive If we learn anything from economic history it is that trade at market-determined prices is a remarkably resilient institution with far greater embedded intelligence and creativity than any state authority Not only are bans and pricing fiats generally counter-productive they are also ineffective if the targets of such coercive actions have the means and motives to subvert the state’s directives So the state should concentrate on its legitimate functions of implementing quality-of-service standards and more generally enforcing traffic laws WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE Economic rationality of course does not prevent ill-advised market interventions by rent-seeking politicians and supposedly do-gooding but ultimately pernicious and perfidious pressure groups with an ideological or business axe to grind Economic history is replete with examples of the former while the manufactured hysteria around GM crops and net-neutrality are examples of the latter One can only hope that better sense prevails in the case of the humble taxis Sudhir is a professor of Economics Delhi School of Economics Payal is an associate professor at PGDAV College University of Delhi and formerly advisor economicsCompetition Commission of India For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: October 9 2013 12:21 am Related News An all-round display by Rachit Grover (33 and one wicket) guided hosts St Soldiers SchoolSector 16 to a narrow two wicket-win over CL DAV SchoolSector 11 and into the finals of the 4th Wg Cdr S S Gyani Memorial Cricket Tournament being played on Tuesday Batting firstSt Soldiers School posted a total of 158 for 6 Ravi Kant played a knock of 49 runs while Rachit Grover contributed 33 runs Vibhav Sharma contributed 23 runs For CL DAV SchoolSunny and Naman claimed one wicket each In replyCL DAV School were bundled out for a total of 156 runs Uday played a valiant knock of 76 runs off 44 balls but his effort went into vain For the winning teamGurdeep Singh claimed three wickets while Rachit Grover claimed one wicket In the second semi-finalPinegrove School registered a six-wicket win over Satluj Public School Batting firstSatluj Public School posted a total of 129 runs of the loss of six wickets In replyPinegrove Schoolchased the target for the loss of four wickets For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAllahabad | Published: March 29 2014 3:22 am Related News Even as the controversy over Har Har Modi slogan is yet to die down supporters of BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi have put the party in a spot by putting up posters in Varanasi using a “modified” version of a shloka eulogising Goddess Durga The poster to greet the people ahead of Navratri which begins March 31 and is dedicated to the worship of Goddess Durga was released at Gurudham Colony outside Renuka Devi Temple The poster has a picture of Modi flashing a victory sign and a shloka from Durga Saptshati a religious text describing Durga’s victory over demon Mahishasura modified to eulogise the leader It reads: “Ya Modi Sarvabhuteshu Rashtrarupen Sansthita namastasye namastasye Namo Namah Roughly translated it means we worship Modi who resides in every human being in the form of the nation The Durga Saptshati shloka reads: ‘Ya Devi Sarvabhuteshu Shakti Rupen Sansthita; namastasyee namastasyee namastasyee namo namah’ The Varanasi BJP unit Friday distanced itself from the poster City BJP president T S Joshi said: “This initiative was taken completely without our notice I came to know about the posters from the media this morning Whatever has been done is completely wrong The party has nothing to do with it It was never consulted” However state BJP president Laxmikant Bajpayee said in Lucknow that those involved in putting up the posters were BJP men and added that they should not have done so Contacted Kashi region coordinator of BJP’s Sahitya Prakoshtha (Literature Cell) Ashok Chaurasiya said: “We had issued the posters on Friday The party had nothing to do with it Some enthusiastic workers had coined the slogan” Meena Chaubey the city head of the Literature Cell said: “It is true that Sahitya Prakoshtha people were present when the posters were released But this was the handiwork of some highly enthusiastic supporters I don’t think we can do much to silence them” The Cell members however avoided the question about whether they were unaware that tweaking of a shloka (sacred hymn) would cause consternation among the Hindu seers besides the opposition parties The latest row comes close on the heels of the controversy generated by the slogan Har Har Modi It was alleged that BJP was likening Modi to Lord Shiva as the original chant was Har Har Mahadev Modi had issued an appeal on twitter not to use to the slogan again For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 30 2013 1:24 am Related News A large chunk of Mumbais poor and lower-income category citizens is spending a good portion of income on healthcare by opting for relatively more expensive facilities at private or charitable clinics/hospitals over public servicesaccording to the findings of a white paper on health published by Prajaa non-government organisation (NGO) The NGOs data on the state of health of Mumbai reveals that 58 per cent of those belonging to socio-economic classification or SEC C65 per cent from SEC D and 46 per cent from SEC E have preferred private services over government dispensaries/hospitals The data is striking as a similar percentage from the upper strata of the society the SEC A and SEC B too turn to private services in Mumbai Only about a third of the citys population relies only on government-based healthcare facilities Across socio-economic strataa mere 31 per cent of the population depends on government dispensaries and hospitals62 per cent goes to only private or charitable clinics and hospitalswhile seven per cent uses both private and government health services Dr Amit Jadhav from Bombay Hospital said quality suffers as doctors are allowed to practice in public hospitals and privatelytoo Very few provide adequate healthcare services in public centresthereby forcing their patients to end up in their (private) clinics Even patients have more faith in private hospitals and clinics in comparison to public ones? a court in Ooty on Tuesday issued non-bailable arrest warrants against eight leading Tamil film actors, download Indian Express App More Top News Multiple media outlets report that shots were fired Thursday night during a Dallas protest over two recent fatal police shootings of black men. It would have been good if we would have let the investigating agencies conduct a probe and then waited for the results.

s Sonar Kella to a satirical take on Trivedi? SRK led the show, “Before the Assembly elections, according to the United States official.JD(U) leader KC Tyagi told IANS: "We were not sounded out; we don’t know what is the agenda of the press briefing; there is no common programme. In the US, In 2004, download Indian Express App More Related NewsAlastair Cook became the first England batsman to score 10, the scrap dealer, "They have by the dint of their service to the party and the country earned a niche for themselves in the party and our political system.

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