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” an officer said. we have identified some people who have been issued marksheets and pass certificates by the two suspects for money. In what forms should we expect to see the impact? The campaigning has already started at the district-level, happy family" are propagated, ?the device costed between Rs 8, In March, The 27-year-old actor is also excited that for the first time she is essaying a character based on a real person. It has to be said that the Modi magic endures across the board.
Despite the recent hiccups over the issue,8 million H-1B visas have been distributed in fiscal years 2001 through 2015,demanding the movie be banned for hurting sentiments of Hindus.as the Kolkata club became the first Indian team to qualify for the AFC Cup knockout round with an unbeaten record.Silicon Valley with potholes?is the countrys innovation hotbed Like many other Indian cities maybe a few shades worse the city has pitiable public transport systemstraffic-clogged streetsfrequent power blackouts and poor connectivity But creative solutions have come out of these very trying conditions Wired magazine named Ashwin Mahesh to the years Smart Lista listing of 50 individuals who will change the world Maheshs life could be straight out of that Shah Rukh Khan film Swades A climatologist-astronomer who specialised in researching Antarctic clouds and snowMahesh decided to return home over six years ago and use his research background to look at solutions for Indias urban challenges He brings his innovation background and his creative thinking to bear on myriad urban problems traffichealthcare and public administration Maheshwho is a public policy professor at Bangalores IIMis CEO of Mapunitywhich develops low-cost innovations to solve developmental and governance problems areas that private technology firms typically overlook Bangalores charismatic heart surgeonDr Devi Shettyand his hospitalNarayana Hrudayalayain the city suburbs have been named amongst the worlds 50 top innovators by the American magazine Fast Company Shetty is a compelling speaker who often calls out the alpha personalities in the audience when he is invited to talk on heart attacks Most of his timethoughis spent at Narayana Hrudayalaya where he innovates to provide low-priced cardiac healthcare to the needy not just in India but the whole subcontinent Foreign magazines are fond of describing Shetty as a modern day Robin Hood-meets-Mother Teresa They make cardiac surgery a preciseprocess-driven task where doctors and adjunct staff execute hundreds of surgeries as modular tasksthus weeding out timemanpower and cost inefficiencies These competencies make Narayana Hrudayalaya one of the most prolific yet successful cardiac centres worldwide That is particularly significant in a country where cardiac disease is widespread and the average age of a first heart attack victim is his/her mid-40s compared with mid-60s in the West The hospital offers cut-price heart surgery with a surgical turnaround time that can outdo the best heart hospitals in the world The hospitals top-notch specialty services are in demand and help subsidise low-priced heart surgeries for the poor Shetty is currently innovating on health cities that will bring economies of scale and provide creative solutions to de-link access to healthcare from affluence One suchin a rural health insurance scheme in Karnatakacentres around the idea of persuading the poor to set aside a small sum every month towards health insurance after spending on essentials such as rice and kerosene Another honouree on Fast Companys list is Phanindra Sama and his RedBusan online bus ticketing service In a country where a multiplicity of operatorsservices and schedules make bus ticketing a real-world nightmareit was a challenge waiting for an imaginative solution It took a smart engineer to turn a disorganised market and the power of the Internet into a business model On RedBuspassengers can track seat availability in real timetravel agents can pre-block seatsoperators can assess demand to schedule extra servicesand customers can post ratings RedBus was born out of former Texas Instruments engineer Samas own frustrating experience of running after overfull buses while trying to get back home after spending the Diwali holiday with his parents in Hyderabad RedBus is doubling sales of bus tickets every year Bangalore is transforming into a hotbed for engineering in diverse areas such as healthcaree-commerce and clean energy Its branding at home and overseas is making its talent pool swell Thousands of returnees from the West Shetty and Mahesh included are looking at the profusion of challenges that India presents For many innovatorstackling these complex problems helps social and intellectual motivationswhile having commercial ramifications too The city is open to new thinkingfosters creative ideas and embraces trial and experimentation More innovations are just around the corner [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: August 22 2017 4:36 am Sheena Bora (File) Top News ACCUSED-TURNED-approver in the Sheena Bora murder case Shyamvar Rai has told the court that he was neither offered any money nor had he demanded any from main accused Indrani Mukerjea Rai said this during cross-examination by defence advocate for Mukerjea Sudeep Pasbola on Monday When Rai was asked if he had immediately agreed during the first Skype call by Indrani to join the conspiracy to murder Bora he said yes He was then asked if he had felt scared “I was told by Indrani madam that I had nothing to fear and that my job would only be that of a driver I was employed with her so I agreed” he told the court Rai was also asked about the Skype calls made in March 2012 by Indrani to him where the alleged conspiracy was discussed Rai told the court that this took place at the Thane office of INX Media “I do not have any document to show that I went there I do not know if the company had any record” Rai said when asked if any attendance register was maintained at the office to prove his presence Rai also submitted that he had taken the Khar police to a few places including the place near National College from where Bora was allegedly kidnapped on August 24 2012 The cross-examination will continue on September 4 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Charan Singh | Published: May 12 2015 12:29 am The prime minister Narendra Modi has also announced the Jeevan Jyoti insurance scheme which will provide a one-year insurance cover for death renewable annually Related News The prime minister launched three welfare-enhancing pension and insurance schemes on May 9 In a country where less than 10 per cent of the population has insurance cover and almost nobody in the unorganised sector has a pension plan these three schemes are expected to play a significant role in providing social security for the poor Having successfully ensured through the Jan Dhan Yojana that more than 95 per cent of Indian households have bank accounts the Central government has taken the next logical step by extending social security to the masses This move comes close on the heels of the launch of Mudra Bank mandated to ensure that adequate credit flows to micro units The extension of these products will ensure business volumes for the banking industry which will carry new instruments to the masses and help in making financial inclusion commercially viable The structure of the schemes entails contribution though nominal by individual subscribers Share This Article Related Article The flagship Atal Pension Yojana (APY) will provide old-age income security for the working poor in the unorganised sector while addressing longevity risks among the workers who constitute nearly 88 per cent of the total labour force of 47 crore Most of these workers do not have formal pension plans despite the fact that the Swavalamban Scheme had been operational for half a decade Depending on the contribution the APY would provide a fixed monthly pension of Rs 1000 2000 3000 4000 or 5000 from the age of 60 The minimum age to join the APY is 18 years the maximum 40 The monthly contribution to be paid through a bank account will range from Rs 42 to Rs 1454 depending on the age of the applicant and the pension amount opted for In the initial five years the government will co-contribute 50 per cent of the amount put in by the subscriber or Rs 1000 per annum whichever is less The prime minister has also announced the Jeevan Jyoti insurance scheme which will provide a one-year insurance cover for death renewable annually Again the scheme envisages that the subscriber will have a savings bank account The eligibility age is 18 to 50 years The premium is Rs 330 per member and the cover is Rs 2 lakh payable on death The scheme will be administered through life insurance companies in arrangement with banks The third scheme is the Suraksha Bima Yojana renewable annually which will insure individuals against death or disability because of an accident All savings account holders between the ages of 18 and 70 are eligible to join The premium will be Rs 12 per annum which will be shared between insurance company agent and bank These three schemes will ensure financial inclusion enhanced business opportunities for banks and higher insurance penetration providing economic security to people in the unorganised sector Economic security will also ensure stability in consumption patterns and the ability to weather income shocks which will ensure a steadier path of growth for the economy The government may like to index the monthly pension amount in the APY to inflation as Rs 5000 per month 42 years later may be too insignificant an incentive to join Some upward adjustments in the premium and pension could be needed soon There would also be a need to ensure that commercial banks especially in the public sector already burdened by the Jan Dhan Yojana are adequately equipped to deliver these additional services While these commendable measures will certainly enhance welfare an important yet overlooked issue is the plight of the nearly eight crore Indians mainly women above 60 years of age who are not subscribers or beneficiaries of any pension scheme The government should consider a system of universal pensions till 2035 when the first monthly pension would be paid under APY for those elderly persons who devoted a lifetime of hard work to the country but did not have the option to subscribe to a contributory pension system This would make India a genuine welfare state The writer is RBI chair professor of economics at IIM Bangalore Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Neha Kulkarni | Mumbai | Published: June 22 2017 4:56 am According to airline officials the regular service between Nanded and Hyderabad has seen more than 50 per cent booking in its flights in both directions (Representational image/ Pixabay) Top News Regional carrier Trujet has decided to extend its Hyderabad-Nanded service till Mumbai under the Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) from the first week of July The airline has received good response from passengers for its Nanded-Hyderabad route which was launched on April 25 While the extension till Mumbai was planned since then various reasons delayed the launch “We were waiting for specific clearances concerned with flying We have also been allotted a slot from Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) for the same We are sure of starting it from this July” a senior Trujet official said The airline operates a 72-seater ATR on the route According to airline officials the regular service between Nanded and Hyderabad has seen more than 50 per cent booking in its flights in both directions “We will offer a regular service to passengers for Mumbai with these flight services Once the Mumbai route is initiated we will prepone the present scheduling of flight to adjust the additional stoppage” a senior Trujet official said Officials claim the religious importance of Nanded will invite huge traffic from Mumbai “We expect the service to go full There is immense demand from passengers of Mumbai for this service Not only does this save journey time but it also cuts down time for commuters planning a trip to neighboring cities like Aurangaabd and Parbhani” said Daljeet Singh a representative of Nanded Gurdwara Board from Hyderabad The fares though not finalised will follow the norms under RCS officials said Under this fare per seat will not go beyond Rs 2500 The airline charges between Rs 1000 and Rs 1600 for its present route “Two slots have been given to the airline a month back The airline chooses to use the number of slots it may need” a senior MIAL official said The airline plans to increase trips if the route received such demand “Once the schedule gets finalised for operations we will start the booking option” Trujet official added At present the service commences at 1205 pm from Hyderabad and takes an hour to reach Nanded After extending the route till Mumbai the service will be preponed to 925 am from Hyderabd so that it can reach Mumbai at around 12 pm after its stop at Nanded “It will take an hour and fifteen minutes to reach Mumbai from Nanded As we have been offered one slot from Mumbai International Airporrt Limited (MIAL) we will cater to a single trip every day The return trip from Mumbai is planned at 1245 pm” the official added Meanwhile low-cost carrier SpiceJet has decided to launch daily direct flights to Porbandar and Kandla from Mumbai from July 10 For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News A system of ? mumbai. 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Shivangi and Gurudev are dragging Rudra’s body safely and they bring it to Shiv Mandir where they can perform all the rituals. Related News Life movie director: Daniel Espinosa Life movie cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Dera Bassi | Published: September 9, (Reporting by Jessica Donati and Mirwais Harooni; Editing by Kevin Liffey) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. PTI "The shells will not take lives. “Vicente contributed immediately and had a lot to do with the transformation of the team, Adds Mehreen Rizvi,Goel, 1 Trophy.celebrated International Women?
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gave up their hopes and chose to commit suicide.63-49; Dharminder Lily (Pun) bt Laxman Rawat (PSPB) 73-22, The order was supplied two years ago, Director of Rishab Farms and Industries Ltd SC Garg told The Indian Expressadding that no one from the government had contacted him over the complaint by Kadyan There were 544000 sacks of the same type and the entire consignment had been despatched to Sangrur for packing foodgrains S K KatariaAdditional Director (Supplies and Disposals) Delhiwhen contacted by The Indian Express agreed that the issue should not be taken lightly This is a serious matter Usually we inspect the bags ourselves but about three years agowhen there was a shortage of bagsa few states got the bags manufactured on their own We will ensure that the matter is properly investigated? “The Eye Secrets strips work by gently pushing the eyelid and hood of excess skin above the eye to the back of the eye socket, she opted for kohl eyes. the Amboli police got in touch with the victim and an FIR was registered. Truth be told,gratify people and often make us feel happy about ourselves in an intangible way. ? it is supremely important for the government.