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Indian economy is estimated to have grown 5 per cent in 2012-13 The Economic Survey of 2012-13 has predicted a growth rate of 61-67 per cent for the next fiscal In his meeting with the World Bank chiefChidambaram underlined the need for enhancing the capital base of the World Bank to meet the challenges of poverty reduction and infrastructure development in the developing countries Besidesissues related to global economy and its impact on India were discusseda Finance Ministry statement said India’s share in global economy almost doubled in five years between 2005 and 2010Kim said while lauding efforts of the Finance Minister to ensure high growth rate in future Kim is scheduled to visit Uttar Pradesh tomorrow and meet Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav He would visit Lucknow and Kanpur to see development challenges in the statewhich accounts for the largest number of India’s poor This is Kim’s first visit to India after taking over as President of World Bank Group in July last year For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sweta Dutta | Jaipur | Published: April 15 2015 2:29 am Related News At least 2000 landless tribals have been sitting on a relay hunger strike — with 21 going without food every day — outside the collector’s office in Rajasthan’s Dungarpur district seeking khatedari rights for land they have been tilling and living on for generations The land in question is called ‘chak beelanam’ and is spread over 17402 acres in 21 villages of three tehsils in Dungapur It belonged to the erstwhile king of Dungapur and was acquired by the state government under the Rajasthan Land Reforms and Acquisition of Land Owners Estates Act 1963 While the Act states that the land should be acquired for allotment to landless persons for development of agriculture successive governments have failed to ensure that As a result some occupants are registered only with gair khatedari rights while several others have technically become encroachers Despite requesting elected representatives repeatedly the tribals failed to garner support till a local group Vagad Mazdoor Kisan Sangathan took up their cause and mobilised them The farmers’ dharna started on April 6 Dungarpur collector Indrajit Singh said the khatedari rights have been delayed since the erstwhile king’s family and the state government are fighting a case over the quantum of compensation to be accorded to the family “The case has been pending for long Had there been no conflict over the compensation the matter could have been solved easily We are trying to delink the case from the compensation and the paperwork in this regard has been initiated The law department is positive that a speedy remedy is possible The facts are in favour of the protesting tribals but we will need at least a month to resolve the issue as it calls for changes in the rule book” Singh said Mansingh Sisodia convenor of the Sangathan said “the pending case has no bearing as far as allotment regularisation or conferment of tenancy rights to tribal families is concerned” “The land has been legally acquired by the authority Allotment of this land for hostels schools aangawadis trusts and mining has never been stopped But the farmers have been denied their rights and are being penalised and issued notices under Section 91 of the Rajasthan Land Revenue Act 1956” Sisodia said Between 1987 and 1992 452 farming families were allotted gair khatedari rights but they are yet to get full khatedari rights The issue acquired a new dimension when a large portion of the land came under the urban periphery of Dungarpur Municipal Council Now every time the municipal council plans to undertake a new project the farmers have to worry about whether they might be evicted from the land For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Anil Sasi | Updated: August 11 2015 5:00 am At this point in time there is greater urgency for India to conclude its trade pact with the EU — our largest trade partner — if it has to remain competitive amid a slew of regional and bilateral FTAs being inked across the globe (Illustration: Pradeep Yadav) Related News Less than four months ago on April 14 in Berlin Prime Minister Narendra Modi had made a plea in favour of resuming the final stages of negotiations for wrapping up a free trade agreement between India and the European Union one that has been hanging fire for the last eight years Then just ahead of an impending August 28 meeting of the chief negotiators of India and the EU for resuming talks on the Broad-based Trade and Investment Agreement (BTIA) after a two-year hiatus the commerce ministry on August 5 decided to make an abrupt announcement citing the Indian government’s decision to defer the proposed talks in protest against the EU imposing a legally binding ban on the sale of around 700 generic drugs clinically tested by GVK Biosciences Hyderabad This was in reaction to the EU having imposed the ban citing the alleged manipulation of clinical trials by drug research company GVK Biosciences Share This Article Related Article The legality of the EU action against GVK Biosciences aside India’s latest attempt to delay the BITA talks is broadly consistent with the typical dilly-dallying stance adopted by the country during world trade negotiations with nationalism almost always being used as the alibi for the protectionist stance The sense of urgency to clinch the deal displayed by the Prime Minister in the April joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel appears to have been backed by a measure of rational thinking especially in the wake of the fact that just a month ahead of Modi’s trip to Germany the government had steamrolled a major sticking point in the trade pact negotiations by operationalising increased FDI limit of up to 49 per cent in the insurance sector The commerce ministry’s latest move though has confounded many In terms of sheer timing the postponement of the India-EU trade talks could not have come at a worse point in time considering that the EU has already kick-started trade negotiations with the US and talks on a pact with Japan are on the cards both of which are of considerable importance for the 28-nation bloc and is expected to draw much of the energies of trade negotiators in Brussels For India the shift in priorities for the EU was exemplified as far back as two years ago when Ignacio Garcia Bercero the chief negotiator for the India pact was moved to the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) — the pact planned between the EU and the US At this point in time there is greater urgency for India to conclude its trade pact with the EU — our largest trade partner — if it has to remain competitive amid a slew of regional and bilateral FTAs being inked across the globe Alongside the TTIP a proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) being negotiated by the US and 11 other countries of the Asia-Pacific would cumulatively account for nearly two-thirds of global GDP and over 30 per cent of imports India is not in the reckoning to be a part of either trade bloc Worryingly both pacts signal the shifting of global trade away from the multilateral and MFN (most-favoured nation) model toward the bilateral and regional pact route While China is reported to be weighing in the option of joining the TPP India’s almost indifferent stance on the pact front — exemplified by the pullout from EU talks — could well be counterproductive The EU reacted cautiously to India’s decision to put off talks Cesare Onestini acting head of Delegation of the EU to India said: “The purpose of this meeting at chief negotiators level was to explore the possibility of resuming FTA talks and was not meant to constitute in anyway a full-fledged negotiation round” The EU he said remained “committed to continue working towards conclusion of an agreement” between India and the EU that will be acceptable to both sides “For this reasons the EU hopes that a solution will be found to the current deferral” For India missing out on trade pact with the EU is clearly an opportunity lost The EU-28 is India’s largest trading partner accounting for about 15 per cent of total trade in goods and services and figuring as an important market for India’s export of textiles and apparel pharmaceuticals gems and jewellery and IT services While negotiations on the BTIA has been on since 2007 the EU has during the period wrapped up trade agreements with South Korea Canada and many countries in Latin America While there have been strains on India-EU trade relations the most recent being the ban by Brussels on the import of mangoes from India coming on top of a bevy of tax disputes involving European firms in India the GVK Biosciences issue is an unexpected stumbling block in the larger objective of clinching a trade pact From the commerce ministry’s point of view it is significant enough to put negotiations in deep freeze “for the present” The GVK Biosciences ban centres on allegations of clinical trial manipulations by the drug maker resulting in the largest EU-wide suspension of sales and distribution of generic drugs by Brussels It will come into effect on August 21 and will be applicable to all 28 nations according to Germany’s drug regulator the Federal Institute for Medicines and Medical Products (BfArM) GVK Bio had denied the allegations and is reported to have offered to conduct fresh studies of the medicines involved at its own cost The ban covers a number of medicines for which authorisation in the EU was primarily based on clinical studies conducted at GVK Biosciences in Hyderabad according to the European Medicines Agency (EMA) The EU-wide step came following several country-specific bans in Germany and France among others ANSM the French drug regulatory agency as part of a May 2014 filing had initially flagged concerns about how GVK Biosciences conducted studies at the site on behalf of marketing authorisation holders In January 2015 following an inspection of GVK Biosciences’ site at Hyderabad by the French agency data manipulations of electrocardiograms during the conduct of some studies of generic medicines were flagged which appeared to have taken place over a period of at least five years During the re-examination it was concluded that concerns about reliability of the clinical studies remained and therefore the recommendation of January 2015 to suspend medicines for which no supporting data from other studies were available was retained This is with the exception of one medicine included in the re-examination for which concerns about studies were addressed and this medicine was subsequently removed from the list of medicines recommended for suspension According to the EU’s Onestini the decision concerning a ban on 700 generic drugs was based on “scientific and not trade considerations” and “in accordance with the advice of the scientific Committee of the EMA” From the EU’s perspective the medicines affected by the regulatory action taken are those for which clinical studies had only been done at GVK Biosciences in Hyderabad and deals with issues identified for one particular clinical trial site The actual manufacture of these products occurs in several countries around the world including the EU Local industry body Pharmexcil though pegs India’s business loss arising from the European Union’s ban on 700 generic drugs to be around $12 billion “We have estimated the value of the products banned by the European Union to be between $1 billion and $12 billion” according to Pharmexcil director-general PV Appaji India exported $154 billion worth of drugs in 2014-15 with Europe accounting for 20 per cent or $3 billion Of this formulations or generic drug exports constituted about $1 billion and active pharmaceutical ingredients formed $2 billion according to industry data While the impact of the GVK order may have serious implications for the Indian generics industry what needs to be kept in mind is that the action by the EU regulators are just another red flag amid a bevy of similar concerns raised by foreign regulators – in most cases the US FDA – against data inconsistencies and clinical trial manipulations by domestic pharma manufactures The fate of talks on trade issues though goes far beyond just a sector or a company The decision to unilaterally call off talks therefore warrants a more comprehensive assessment of the pros and cons of this action across sectors and companies and for the country as a whole For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News In another tweet, download Indian Express App More Related News Miles Davis once wrote: ”I loved being in Paris and loved the way I was treated. 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Gagan Infraenergy Ltd (formerly known as GSIPL) Sowbhagya Media Ltd and New Delhi Exim Pvt Ltd were also among those on trial For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by PTI | Washington | Updated: January 9 2014 5:46 pm Related News An Indian-American Sikh man arrested in the US on charges of providing material support to Sikh separatist groups planning terrorist attacks in India has pleaded not guilty in a Nevada court Appearing before the court in RenoBalwinder Singhaka JhajjakaHappyaka Possiaka Baljit Singhsaid that all the charges against him are wrong He claimed that his real name is Baljit and not Balwinder Singh as reported by the US Attorney’s office Singh39was arrested on December 17 has been accused of having links with two terrorist organisationsBabbar Khalsa International (BKI) and Khalistan Zindabad Force (KZF) The indictment charges him with one count of conspiracy to murderkidnapand maim persons in a foreign countryone count of conspiracy to provide material support to terroristsone count of making a false statement on an immigration documenttwo counts of use of an immigration document procured by fraudand one count of unlawful production of an identification document Singha citizen of India who fled to the US and claimed asylumis now a permanent US resident In the indictmentthe FBI alleged that the object of the conspiracy was to advance the goals of BKI and KZF by raising money and obtaining weapons to support acts of terrorism in India His preliminary trial date was set for February 11 If convictedhe faces life in prison For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by E P Unny | Chittur (palakkad) | Updated: April 26 2016 10:32 am More than a soft drink Coke meant jobs and a good life to this backward farming belt where the soft drink major set up a bottling plant in 2002 (Illustration by E P Unny) Related News Long before IPL was pitted against water people here were given a more watery choice — between Coke and water They ended up losing both More than a soft drink Coke meant jobs and a good life to this backward farming belt where the soft drink major set up a bottling plant in 2002 In just four years career dreams were gone with the fizz As for water it is still scarce enough to decide the course of this election It takes sheer genius to drop out of both the industrial and environmental maps at once presided over by two of the state’s most seasoned politicians Both in the fray this time as well are locally rooted -sitting MLA and Congressman K Achuthan into his fifth assembly contest and Janata Dal stalwart and innovative farmer K Krishnankutty three-time MLA in out and now back with the Left Front The two have been very much part of the local lore that played out as a globally televised environment movement to save mother earth from the multinational Medha Patkar to Vandana Shiva visited the thatched shed across the factory where Mayilamma an unknown tribal woman who grew into an icon led a sit-in agitation that clocked a record thousand days They wanted the company to be penalised for environmental damage and shut down which happened in 2006 Share This Article Related Article In 10 years the long back-lit name board of the cola giant’s Indian associate “Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Private Ltd” has vanished and under the mangled arch the factory gate serves as a clamp for party flags and posters Through successive elections the 48-acre factory compound in disuse has grown into inconvenient memory No leader talks about it Certainly not at any length Across the road in the small eatery public memory isn’t fading out so conveniently Why should we bury the truth asks the small gathering sipping nannari a locally brewed herbal soft drink The youngest of the lot an SFI activist grew up with the village’s journey through much limelight and then oblivion He raises more questions than answers: How did the authorities license a water guzzler in a farm belt perennially in need of water for drinking and irrigation He is right It takes 38 litres of water to produce one litre of beverage and it was no secret that six bore-wells were working overtime Every time elections come ‘RBC’ is a recurring promise – the Right Bank irrigation Canal that remains incomplete From where does water come to the several water-intensive units in the vicinity He is right again There are six distilleries two breweries 12 mineral water units in the neighbourhood with approved water sourcing says a 2010 study Then what went wrong here alone He tries to answer this one: “Perhaps parties wanted the job-giving factory to stay with the option to raise the water issue whenever it suited them They hadn’t bargained for the big ecological activism that overtook them Finally no golden egg and no goose” If nothing else the Coke experiment has shaped a sharp political mind However there are signs of a new lazy politics From across the border a mere 5 km away Amma’s party AIADMK has a candidate here N Mayilsamy and he is drawing surprise crowds Having missed out on industrialisation is the village looking at a laid-back freebies model WATCH INDIAN EXPRESS VIDEOS HERE More Related NewsGalaxy J2 Ace is available in gold black and silver colour variants Samsung Galaxy J1 4G can be bough in gold black and white colour options “The response to our affordable 4G J Series has been phenomenal with consumers appreciating the build quality and the shlf1314-centric features that make Samsung’s J Series a compelling offering for our consumers Buoyed by this success we are pleased to expand our portfolio with the addition of Galaxy J2 Ace and Galaxy J1 4G in the under Rs 10000 segment” Manu Sharma Vice President Mobile Business Samsung shlf1314 said The new Samsung smartphones come with company’s Make for shlf1314 features such as the Ultra Data Saving Mode S bike mode and S Power Planning However S Secure and Turbo Speed technology are 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80211 b/g/n Wi-Fi Direct USB 20 GPS and GLONASS Sensors include Accelerometer and Proximity It runs Android 51 Lollipop For all the latest Technology News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News The militants opened fire on the search party and in the ensuing gunbattle,and he said that he will welcome the state president as he has no problem with her attending the programme, said Srivastava The Congress has planned to launch a statewide yatra from Ambedkar Nagar in April to mobilise partyworkers But the party has been consistently facing problem in the district During the Lok Sabha electionsthe Congress had not fielded any candidate in Ambedkar Nagarbut the districts unit decided to support the SP candidate despite the fact that the Congress had decided to go alone Then the Congress leadership had reasoned that since the party did not field any candidate in Ambedkar Nagarand there were no instructions from the high command about lending support to anyonethe district unit had taken its own decision For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Dipti Nagpaul | Mumbai | Published: November 17 2017 4:04 am Ravi Jadhav Top News Ravi Jadhav whose Marathi film Nude has been dropped from the International Film Festival of India has decided to not take legal recourse in the matter for now The National Award-winning filmmaker said he was waiting for the outcome in the case filed by Sanal Sasidharan whose Malayalam film S Durga too has been dropped by the I&B Ministry before taking a call “But now that the hearing has been postponed to Friday it will be too late for me to move court even if the outcome in his case is positive since the festival begins on November 20” he said Jadhav thinks the title of the film has misled some people “The subject throws light on the lives of nude models in art schools The characters are inspired from my conversations with the models at the Sir JJ School of Art during my years there What else could I have called the film” he said Over the last one week since the controversy about the I&B Ministry’s decision to drop the two films from the Indian Panorama section the two have received a fair amount of support Jury chairperson and filmmaker Sujoy Ghosh as well as two other members have resigned after the films were removed from the list selected by the jury Most others on the 13-member panel have voiced displeasure at the ministry’s decision taken without consulting them However sources from the ministry as well as IFFI have said that Nude was disqualified because the film submitted by the director was a work in progress Jury member Hari Viswanath clarified that though some post-production work on the film was pending the festival directorate asked them to view the available copy and told them that if the film is selected the director will be asked for the completed version Jadhav said he was not asked for the final version “I have made five films before each of which has gone to multiple festivals in India and abroad My first Natrang was also at IFFI I know how to submit films for festivals and also to the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) I have a different version of the film for the international festivals with six scenes shot differently from the one for India” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | San Francisco | Published: September 21 2017 1:35 pm That suggests the breach disclosed on Monday was far more serious than initially described by Piriform maker of the infected CCleaner utility and now a part of Prague-based Avast Software (File Photo) Related News The hackers who broke into widely used computer utility software in August also tried to infect machines at Microsoft Intel and other top technology companies according to research by Cisco Systems released late on Wednesday That suggests the breach disclosed on Monday was far more serious than initially described by Piriform maker of the infected CCleaner utility and now a part of Prague-based Avast Software Piriform and more recently Avast said in blog posts this week that no damage had been detected although more than 2 million people had installed tainted versions of CCleaner Even though those versions allowed for remote communication with websites controlled by the hackers Avast said alarm was unwarranted because the company cooperated with researchers and law enforcement and took control of the command sites early on But researchers at Cisco one of the companies that had warned Avast of the attack said Wednesday that a control server seized by US law enforcement showed that the hackers had installed additional malicious software on a selected group of at least 20 machines It is unclear which companies housed those computers but the data showed that the hackers had gone after networks at major technology companies The list included Samsung Sony Akamai and Cisco itself “It’s like the bad guys cast a net and caught all the fish but only wanted to infect the machines that were most interesting” said researcher Craig Williams of Cisco’s Talos unit The attackers could have been using the foothold provided by CCleaner installations to steal technology secrets from those companies Williams said More troubling they could have been looking to get malicious code inside those companies’ products which are used by high-value targets in government and business around the world Avast Chief Technology Officer Ondrej Vlcek confirmed that “a very small minority of the endpoints” had received subsequent infections He said the company had been contacting affected firms quietly “We don’t believe in going public with any of this stuff while investigation is still ongoing” he said “We know that this is also the preference of the law enforcement personnel” Security firm Kaspersky Lab Cisco and others said the attack reused code previously seen in hacks connected to Chinese authorities But the code could have been stolen so the CCleaner hackers might not be from that country Vlcek said consumer CCleaner users still did not need to restore their computers from backups For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Published: April 14 2017 1:39 pm The ‘Vivo Jio Cricket Mania’ offer requires users to start with sending a message with the name of their favourite Indian Premier League (IPL) team Related News Reliance Jio has unveiled a new offer for Vivo smartphone users which gives them a chance to win up to 168GB Jio 4G data The ‘Vivo Jio Cricket Mania’ offer requires users to start with sending a message with the name of their favourite Indian Premier League (IPL) team Jio will give 4G data every time user’s favourite team wins loses or if there is a draw Vivo smartphone users will have to select their favourite team on or before May 10 Jio will reduce its complimentary data to 50 per cent if users register after April 30 The additional data benefits will be credited to user’s account over their next ten recharges as data boosters starting from June 1 to March 31 2018 However users will have to recharge with Rs 303 or more every month to be eligible for this extra data benefit How to get up to 168GB complimentary data First up the offer is strictly for Vivo smartphone users having a Jio connection Users will need to send a SMS declaring their favourite IPL team at 59009 in a format specified by Jio on its website The site has a list of all team names along with their codes Remember the first SMS (with their favourite IPL team name) that users send will be considered final Next Jio will give users 3GB 2GB and 1GB 4G data at every one win draw or loss respectively by user’s favourite team If user’s favourite team reaches Qualifiers Jio will double the complimentary data Users will get triple and quadruple data if their team reaches finals and wins finals respectively At the end of the series users stand a chance to win up to 168GB of 4G data Reliance Jio Prime deadline is April 15 after which Jio will become a paid service The company has launched its ‘Dhan Dhana Dhan’ offer that gives Jio Prime users 84 days of complimentary services at a recharge of Rs 309 or Rs 509 For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Washington | Published: November 1 2012 5:45 pm Related News Your brain has the ability to ‘switch off’ bad habits whenever requiredaccording to a new MIT study The study by Massachusetts Institute of Technology neuroscientists has found that a small region of the brain’s prefrontal cortexwhere most thought and planning occursis responsible for moment-by-moment control of which habits are switched on at a given time Habits are behaviours wired so deeply in our brains that we perform them automatically This allows you to follow the same route to work every day without thinking about it “We’ve always thought and I still do that the value of a habit is you don’t have to think about it It frees up your brain to do other things” says researcher Ann Graybiel “Howeverit doesn’t free up all of it There’s some piece of your cortex that’s still devoted to that control” he said The new study offers hope for those trying to kick bad habitssays Graybielsenior author of the new study It shows that though habits may be deeply ingrainedthe brain’s planning centers can shut them off It also raises the possibility of intervening in that brain region to treat people who suffer from disorders involving overly habitual behavioursuch as obsessive-compulsive disorder Habits often become so ingrained that we keep doing them even though we’re no longer benefiting from them The MIT team experimentally simulated this situation with rats trained to run a T-shaped maze As the rats approached the decision pointthey heard a tone indicating whether they should turn left or right When they chose correctlythey received a reward chocolate milk (for turning left) or sugar water (for turning right) To show that the behaviour was habitualthe researchers eventually stopped giving the trained rats any rewardsand found that they continued running the maze correctly Although the neural pathways that encode habitual behaviour appear to be located in deep brain structures known as the basal gangliait has been shown that the IL cortex is also necessary for such behaviours to develop Researchers suggest that turning off the IL cortex switches the rats’ brains from an “automaticreflexive mode to a mode that’s more cognitive or engaged in the goal processing what exactly it is that they’re running for For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Press Trust of India | Beijing | Updated: April 22 there were 12 student suicides across IITs.but also occurred if they remained in India,according to the study. faculty and staff in the coming week to make “all transactions” in the campus digital. the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) is set to hold workshops for students, he said.

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