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without a strong and motivated civil service, “It’s going to be a really cool day for someone tomorrow,we partnered with the corporation to reach out to the consumers and educate them about the disposal process. The Ewaste (Management and Handling) Rules 2010drafted by the Environment Ministry and notified in 2011came into effect from May 1 this year The Delhi government officials said the ruled were framed to regularise the large unorganised sector that is engaged in disposing off hazardous materials The guildelines also envisaged taking the producers into account Welcoming the corporations initiative Dr Sandeep Misramember secretary of Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC)said: The rules say the manufacturers must contribute towards disposal of ewaste We are trying to convince the large multinational companies and this process is likely to take at least another year Indiscriminate prosecutions will not serve the purpose We want a long-term system? There is Exynos 8890 chipset in India,the abolition of Article 370 of the Constitution granting some autonomy to Jammu and Kashmir, 2014 2:51 am College students play Holi in the capital. 2016 12:00 am While the two teachers could not be contacted for comment.

Happy birth anniversary dad! And happy to see my brothers next movie being announced today #Befikre #TodayIsAGoodDay pictwittercom/CcJU9XCTDY — Uday Chopra (@udaychopra) September 27 2015 Ali Abbas Zafar who directed YRF’s “Gunday” and is gearing for the beanner’s next “Sultan” starring Salman Khan posted on Twitter “Happy birthday Yash ji one filmmaker that inspired me the most and what a special gift by Adi to him ‘Befikre’” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Perth | Published: February 17play and match play are different but it is great to play two formats in same event. whose works aim to explore the sanctums of stone, will bring back the original six-member cast. IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsName: Narsingh Yadav Age: 26 Discipline: Wrestling Category:?” he said.7 percent), only 13620 passed.The pass percentage for SSC exams stands at 277 percent Steps to check the result: Fantastic for a young cricketer to come in and score a triple hundred.

download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Radhika Singh | Published: November 10, Voting was first held between 9.he was diploma student of Electronics Engineering. corporate firms and senior citizens forums. The worst part of my life is totally in the past, here.they said. suspected of killing Mahal’s father. ‘Singh is Bliing’ will release on October 2.after which we registered a case and arrested him under Sections 7 and 13 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, a police source said The inquirypolice saidalso revealed that Chopra is not new to controversy The probe revealed that when Chopra was posted as Superintendent of Lease Administration Branchin Rohinidisciplinary proceedings had been initiated against him for alleged misconductpolice said Choprawho was responsible for verifying the signature of two allotees for a Rohini plothad verified the signature of a man who had died three years ago The disciplinary committeeon completion of its inquiryhad reportedly withheld his increment for two years after he was chargesheeted For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: May 3 2012 2:59 am Related News CHANDIGARH: The new UT Superintendent of Police(Traffic) Maneesh Chaudhary is likely to join office on Thursday He will be joining the post that has been lying vacant since HS Doon left At presentDIG Alok Kumar has been holding charge of SP (traffic) Chaudhary is currently serving as the Deputy Commissioner of Police(DCP)Panchkula Mohali resident charged with cheating & fraud CHANDIGARH: The Chandigarh Police has registered a case of cheating and fraud against a Mohali residentwho allegedly submitted fake documents as surety in a cheque bounce case According to the policeMunish Kumara resident of Phase 1 Mohalihad submitted a fake driving license and registration certificate in the court of Parinder SinghJMIC in a cheque bounce case involving a private firm The case has been registered against the accused at the Sector 17 police station For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by C Raja Mohan | Published: August 8 2009 10:42 am Top News The fact that India has signed a trade liberalization pact with South Korea this week might be more important than the specific contents of the agreement Indias Asian well-wishers hope that in acting quickly on the Korean dealthe UPA government is signalling a strong commitment to East Asian regionalism Amidst the prolonged and tortuous negotiations on the free trade agreement with the ASEANthere has been a growing perception in East and Southeast Asia that India is not serious about building a sustainable economic partnership with the region While our Foreign Office drafts fine speeches on Indias ancient civilizational links with Asiaand our chattering classes talk incessantly about Delhis central role in modern Asiamuch of the region thinks India has only words to offer Even those who backed Indias entry into Pacific Asian forums earlier in this decade now feel despondent For exampleduring 2004-05JapanSingapore Indonesia insisted on the Indian membership of the East Asia Summit (EAS) and overcame Beijings stiff opposition to Delhis membership of the Asian project of regional integration In retrospect Chinas anxieties about Indias rising profile in East Asia seem excessive There was no reason for Beijing to stop India if Delhi was determined to trip itself up in Asia Although Delhi has joined the East Asian processdomestic political considerations have prevented it from seizing the opportunities that have come its way India is now is the only major regional power that has not signed a free trade agreement with the ASEAN Indian political classes are vehement in their declamations on Asian unity and solidarity; those sentiments clearly dont apply to market opening and commercial cooperation with fellow Asian nations Although Prime Minister Manmohan Singh says his government will sign the ASEAN FTA this monthAsia keeps its fingers crossed Their scepticism is rooted in the recent memory of India walking backso very oftenfrom its commitments on regional economic cooperation All Asian capitals understand that domestic politics is an important factor in free trade negotiations But they have been puzzled by the UPA governments easy surrender of national interest to the smallest of the coalition partners and the doubting Thomases in the Congress party Asia is certainly surprised at the rapid pace (speed as you know is a relative measure) at which Indias trade talks with Korea have been brought to a closure They compare it with the Indian twists and turns on the ASEAN FTA and the stalled trade negotiations with China and Japan Optimists would want to believe that Indias trade pact with Korea marks a breakthrough in Indias engagement with Asia Pessimistshoweverfear that the UPA government which has taken one step forward in Korea will now take two back (C Raja Mohan is a Professor at the S Rajaratnam School of International StudiesNanyang Technological UniversitySingapore) For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Bibek Debroy | Published: July 3 2010 3:07 am Related News In the quarter-final lineupweve had Brazil/NetherlandsUruguay/GhanaArgentina/ Germany and Spain/ Paraguay FIFA rankings were last updated on May 26 and will be updated again on July 14 There is an understandable lag between World Cup performances and FIFA rankings In existing rankingsBrazil is 1stNetherlands 4thUruguay 16thGhana 32ndArgentina 7thGermany 6thSpain 2nd and Paraguay 31st In the top 10 of FIFA rankingsPortugal (3rd)Italy (5th)England (8th)France (9th) and Croatia (10th) have been eliminated Just so we know where we are in the rankingswe are 133rdbetween Fiji and Bermuda If everything went according to expectationsfootballand all sportwould be frightfully boring We wouldnt have needed Paul If you dont know who Paul isyou havent been following the game Paul is a German astrologer HoweverEurope has a labour shortage and immigration laws dont allow cross-borders movement of astrologers Besidesastrologers are in great demand at home and emigration clearances are also required for them ConsequentlyPaul is an octopus based in OberhausenGermany and being Germanonly predicts Germanys matches His track record has been perfect so farincluding games against Serbia and England In the latter casethere was an identity crisisbecause Paul was originally born in England He also picked Germany over Argentina Two mussels are offered to Paulone named after each team By accepting the more attractive musselPaul exhibits his preferences While accepting requirement of uncertainty in sportthe quarter-final lineup was completely unexpected Europe has under-performedLatin America has over-performed and from Africafew people would have predicted Ghana In addition to the quarter-final lineupgroup matches illustrated the reduced gap between teams If globalisation is interpreted as players playing in leagues in other countriesand thereby improving standards thanks to competitionthis is an outcome of globalisation That argument also applies to tacticsstrategy and coaching Globalisation is positively correlated with economic performance If globalisation is positively correlated with football performancethere should be correlation between economic performance and football performance On the face of itif we restrict ourselves to the quarter-final lineupthere is no obvious correlation The range of official exchange rate per capita incomes is from $48223 in the Netherlands to $671 in Ghana PPP (purchasing power parity) conversions dont alter the picture Netherlands moves to $39938 and Ghana to $1551 But the key is definition of economic performance Is it absolute level or increment For instancetake the five European countries in the top 10 of FIFA rankings that have been eliminated In the four years from 2005 to 2008before the financial crisisPortugals real GDP growth rate ranged between 0 per cent and 19 per centItalys between -1 per cent and 2 per centEnglands (UKs) between 07 per cent and 3 per centFrances between 04 per cent and 23 per cent and Croatias between 24 per cent and 55 per cent Paraguay and Ghana may be regarded as unexpected qualifiers Paraguays real GDP growth ranged between 29 per cent and 68 per cent and Ghanas between 57 per cent and 73 per cent There is suggestion of some correlationwith Croatia an exception Howeverone shouldnt generate empirical hypotheses through isolated examples Even if one correlates football performance with increments to GDP growthwhere is Asia in FIFA rankings or World Cup performancethe two Koreas and Japan notwithstanding Where are China and India Despite the World Cup being held in South Africa and African growth rates picking upeven in sub-Saharan Africawhere is AfricaCameroonGhana and South Africa notwithstanding But these counter-questions also beg the question An empirical hypothesis is on an average Outliers dont negate the hypothesis There is a Goldman Sachs study undertaken in May 2010 that did this systematically Others arent terribly interesting This one correlated gross environment scores (GES) with FIFA rankings Gross environment is fundamentally economic and includes variables like rule of lawcorruptionpolitical stabilitylife expectancyinflationexternal debtgovernment debtgross fixed capital formationschoolingopennesscomputersmobiles and Internet This is a broader canvas than GDP or its growth The study found a correlation between improvements in GES scores and improvements in FIFA rankings and the correlation is stronger for new entrants into global competitive footballthan existing strong players With Latin America a heterogeneous entityBrazil and Argentina dont quite fit the picture Neither does North Korea And correlations are stronger if these are excluded Actuallythis is more than correlationbecause causal relationships can also be ascribed Factors that improve GES also enhance sport infrastructuretraining and health conditions and provide opportunities and competition What of the futurenot just 2010 After allGoldman Sachs has always been fascinated with BRIC (BrazilRussiaIndiaChina) Goldman Sachs doesnt quite stick its neck outexcept raising questions about whether Russias present footballing status will continue Insteadit quotes another study to the effect that we should watch out for Japanthe US and Chinaother than Africa That makes eminent senseincluding Indias exclusion from the potential list Cross-country performance is a broader issue Europes limited decline is a narrower question and economic decline is even more marked post-financial crisis and this isnt about Iceland or Greece alone In no futuristic projection is Europes relative economic drop contested Individual reasons can be ascribed for the exits of PortugalItalyEnglandFrance and Croatia from the final eight But there is a case that Europe is relatively declining in football too Other countries are catching upeven if league football is still Europe-centric Is FIFA catching up We know it isnt catching up in use of technology Since 1998there have been 32 final spots Other than the host country slotEuropes share in these 32 has only declined from 14 in 1998 to 13 in 2010 Africa remains at 5 Asia has increased from 35 to 45 NorthCentral America and Caribbean has increased from 3 to 35 and South America remains at 45 This is disproportionately out of line with what we have seen in 2010 and what we are likely to witness in the future The continental quota is itself subject to question Even if continental quotas are acceptedthe allocation of slots is unrealistic Ostensiblythese are progressively adjusted over timeto reflect playing strengths of member associations Howeverpast World Cup performances and the results of continental championships are not factored into this re-evaluation and there are inordinate time-lags Ad revenues are still Europe-centric and Europe is reluctant to let go of FIFAjust as it is reluctant to let go of the IMF Perhaps Spain will lose to Paraguay and we will have a Chinese as managing director of the IMF The writer is a Delhi-based economist [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | New Delhi | Published: April 16 2012 3:06 am Related News A few who turned up at polling booths to exercise their right to reject candidates returned unhappy as presiding officers at the polling booths denied them Form 11(A) Vaishali Saraswatwho works with an MNCsaid she was denied the form by the presiding officer They behaved as if we were committing a crime I said it was my right to have Form 11(A)but the official refused to acknowledge that there is any such provision?

” said the police official. Kajal said the times are changing and it? However,” he added. in second place and grant them automatic passage to Russia. We are thinking of doing that sometime after the festival.our culture has been quite close to each other. My disillusionment actually began back in 2009. A 58-year-old commerce graduate Jajmera is the son of a primary schoolteacher and hails from Thordi village in Savarkundla taluka of Amreli district. Kannada.

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