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The department officials said anti larval activity was done for both permanent and temporary points and focal fogging was done in Sector 19Sector 18Sector 16Sector 37(Consumer Court) and Sector 36 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata | Published: April 1 2014 6:05 am Related News Launching her party’s Lok Sabha campaign in West Bengal Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati Monday raked up the 2002 Gujarat riots and said communal violence across the country would be “inevitable” if Narendra Modi became PM “It was during the BJP reign in 2002 that the Godhra incident took place If Modi is made the prime minister communal riots across the country would be inevitable We will have to stop him He assures that the country’s fate would change if BJP comes to power Why didn’t the BJP do it when they were at the helm of things for six years” Mayawati said addressing a party rally at the Saheed Minar Ground here She said that post-Independence the country had been ruled by Congress BJP and conglomeration of other regional parties and alleged that none of them lived up to the expectation of the people Justifying the decision to field candidates in almost all the Lok Sabha constituencies in Bengal the former UP chief minister said “We have decided to nominate candidates from places where we have even 3-4 per cent supporters Who else will they vote for If we don’t have our candidates here at least 50 per cent of ours supporters will vote for either Congress or BJP” she said She said the BSP has not come out with any manifesto because “it is the work which is counted and not assurances” She also claimed that BSP’s election campaign was funded by the party workers and not by contributions from industrialists “Parties like Congress BJP and others which use money from corporate houses frame their policies in favour of these houses These anti-people policies increase poverty and unemployment We don’t have any such obligations” Mayawati said Mayawati also took potshots at the Trinamool Congress regime in Bengal saying the new government had promised a lot of ‘change’ but not much had changed in the state “The CPM government was ousted after a rule of 34 years but it seems as if nothing has changed” she said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsCoimbatore:Chennai City FC will take on NEROCA FC in their I-League match on Tuesday seeking to improve on their showing in the first leg Chennai City were dealt a painful 1-2 blow earlier this season File image of Chennai City FC Image courtesy: Twitter @ChennaiCityFC Ngangom Ronald’s injury-time winner meant Soundarajan’s boys went home without a point despite Jean-Michel Joachim cancelling out Kallon Kiatamba’s first-half strike Chennai City will now seek to rectify their errors and take all three points from their newly-shifted home ground "We have a specific strategy for the opposition team and we have the support of playing on our home ground In Imphal we lost the match as we missed many chances and a penalty kick Now we know our mistakes and we will go all out tomorrow" said V Soundararajan the head coach of Chennai City Chennai City are eighth in the standings with two wins and two draws to their name Striker Jean-Michel Joachim will be the man to mark for NEROCA as the Frenchman has already notched five goals so far in the campaign equalling Katsumi Yusa and Aser Dipanda Dicka at the top of the goalscoring charts Playmaker Soosairaj is responsible for the majority of Chennai’s forays forward The local lad who is a mainstay in midfield for Chennai will look to feed Jean Joachim with early balls to get the better of the NEROCA defence who alongside Mohun Bagan have only let in a league-best five goals in the campaign so far Singam Subhash Singh is in supreme form for NEROCAand the forward will once again spearhead the Gift Raikhan-led team’s attack With three goals to his name Subash has managed to catch the eye of the Indian football audience with his impressive performances up front for NEROCA Written by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Published: September 22 2011 12:16 am Related News Is the Indian economy becoming ungovernable The increasing confusion over inflationthe increasing pessimism over the governments ability to ease supply and cost constraints on the economyshould prompt us to ponder this question seriously Ungovernability is manifest in three different signs Firstthe economy becomes increasingly resistant to any conscious goals set by the state In a general senseof coursethe state cannot set goals for the economy as a whole But it does make sector-specific interventionsoften to enable the economy to function The states ability to make these interventions is in serious question The protests over the nuclear plants in Tamil Nadu can be seen at two levels It is certainly about nuclear safety But it is also part of a wider pattern of resistance to the statewhether it is on issues like mining or land A few years agothe state might have got away on these issues by the simple fiat of its power But now it cannot Resolving these issues requires structures of negotiation or reservoirs of legitimacy the state does not have So in sector after sectorwhere purposeful intervention by the state is requiredthere is a sense of stasis Indias looming energy crisiswhich may turn out to be the single biggest drag on the Indian economyis entirely a product of our ungovernability It could be arguedwith some meritthat ungovernability varies across states Gujarat is clocking breath-taking growth Bihar and Orissaadmittedly from a low basehave been doing well But the overall picture is not as rosy as it should be The ability of the state in three powerhouse statesKarnatakaAndhra Pradesh and Maharashtranow hangs in the balance Bihar has restored basic governance But its growth is largely due to public expenditure It isto put it mildlyby no means clear that the state has the negotiation capacity to create an urban or industrial powerhouse GujaratTamil Nadu and Haryana cannot sustain growth momentum And they may also face crucial governability challenges In Gujaratit is likely to be environment-related issuesin Haryana labour It would be foolish to assume that the states will have the wherewithal to negotiate challenges to their purposes The second and subtler sign of ungovernability is this An economy is governable where there is a common set of signs whose meaning most of the actors can agree upon There is always a degree of uncertainty in the basic workings of an economy But sometimes the information base of an economy and interpretation of signals breaks down immeasurably It is almost like a breakdown in languagewhere a speaker intends a compliment but it is heard as an insult The disarray in economic policy reflects a breakdown of any common canons of interpreting signals If consumer spending does not slow down as expected when interest rates risewhat does this reflect Raising interest rates is supposed to temper inflation But can itunder some circumstancescontribute to a self-fulfilling spiral of expectations about inflation Most economic relationships are premised on the ceteris paribus clause What if you dont know what the ceteris paribus is Unclarity over a common frame of interpretation is probably exacerbated in rapidly transitioning economies Take just two examples Is it the caseas some have allegedthat India now has two new rigidities that make cost adjustments of the kind we were used to more difficult The first is greater school enrolment which has an impact on labour prices The second isincreasing regulatory requirements of all sorts are making it more difficult for different actors to enter the economy at lower price points Both these outcomes may be desirable But tackling inflation in an economy where you did not have these rigiditiesversus one in which you domight be a different cup of tea The point is that there is no common understanding of the scale or significance of these rigidities Economic actors act on causal beliefs Often these causal beliefs are self-fulfilling: things happen because we think they will happen But there are moments in an economy when these causal beliefs unravel If you talk to a wide range of actorsyou will get the impression that India is in this limbo But when a sense of causality becomes even more tenuousan economy can become ungovernable The government has not realised that it needs credible structures of negotiation But it has also not realised that effectiveclear and consistent communication is a central element in restoring a sense of common meaning The third sign of ungovernability is the increasing salience of the exit option It is no secret that Indias major companies are looking overseasnot simply as strategic investments or enhancing technological capabilities They are now self-consciously hedging against political risk In factmedium and small business in India has exactly this legitimate complaint against government Big business is shielded by its ability to exit: it is hedged against currency fluctuations because it can diversifyit can generate captive power and is hedged against energy crisisand it can even tap into cheap credit abroad But when the sum total of a governments efforts for creating an enabling environment is focused on big businessit is a sign that it does not quite know how to govern an economy that can create a level playing field for all actors These signs of ungovernability do not suggest an impending implosion Far from it At least two of these signs can be a source of hope In the short runsocial mobilisation will induce paralysis But in the medium run it will put more pressure on the state to be trustworthy The uncertainty in interpreting economic signals is a consequence of the fact that there is a multifaceted transition underway We are not grasping these complex relationships But the greatest risk in both these cases is presumptuousness: the state cannot wish away new forms of social resistance It will have to learn new strategies for negotiating genuine concerns But the state should also not presume that old platitudes about how the economy works still hold Old platitudes can do harm This current moment can be an opportunity It allows a conversation from new premises But politics is increasingly distracted by its own theatrics India is at a great historical moment But the most disquieting sign of ungovernability is that there is little political discussion of what this moment means or the urgency it should represent The writer is presidentCentre for Policy [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Chennai | Published: January 1 2017 9:22 pm Yuki Bhambriwill play compatriot and Davis Cup teammate Ramkumar Ramanathan (Source: PTI) Top News Yuki Bhambri making a comeback from an elbow injury today qualified for the singles main draw of the Chennai Open with fluent 6-3 6-1 win over Argentine Nicolas Kicker world No 110 in the second round even as Prajnesh Gunneswaran was ousted It took Yuki just 59 minutes to end the challenge of Kicker as he saved three of the four breakpoints he faced and broke his rival five times in the match Yuki will play compatriot and Davis Cup teammate Ramkumar Ramanathan Prajnesh lost 6-7 (2) 2-6 to Slovakia’s Jozef Kovalik in his final qualifying round There are three Indians now in the singles draw with third being Saketh Myneni who is drawn to play seasoned Russia Mikhail Youzhny For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsRajkot: England captain Alastair Cook has heaped high praise on Ravichandran Ashwin saying India’s premier off-spinner has become a world-class bowler and compared his rapid rise to that of Graeme Swann "One of his obvious strengths at the moment is his confidence is sky high (that’s natural) if you have taken the number of wickets that he has done over last year or so in Indian conditions Cricket is a funny game and a lot of it is played in the mind He obviously must be flying (high)" said Cook on the eve of the five-Test series opener here on Wednesday File image of Alastair Cook (R) and Graeme Swann AFP India’s premier spin bowler grabbed 27 wickets in a fantastic return in three Tests against New Zealand to grab the man of the series award for the fourth time in his short career Cook who is one batsman who has played the lanky Indian off spinner with a lot of confidence in the sub continent and at home said it probably was because the Tamil Nadu bowler had grown as a bowler since 2012 in a case similar to his one-time teammate Graeme Swann who became a better bowler after being ignored for close to a decade since he made his debut "Probably he knows his game better than in 2012 Four years down the line of experience and craft (from 2012) You don’t just become a world class spinner overnight it takes time to do that Graeme Swann was probably the prime example for an Englishman who made his debut early and was probably 8-9 years in the wilderness and he said it helped him develop his spin bowling and probably Ashwin is the same" said Cook Ashwin was outperformed by Swann in the 2012 four-match rubber in which England bounced back to defeat India 2-1 Cook said while the England playing eleven was not finalized the tour management had decided to give a Test cap to young opening batsman Haseeb Hameed by sitting down Gary Balance and moving Ben Duckett to the number four spot "We don’t have a team I have not had a look at the wicket It can change in six hours I can say Haseeb Hameed will play and Ben (Duckett) will bat at four" said Cook thus helping the 19-year-old youngster from Lancashire all set to become the youngest opening batsman and the fifth-youngest Test debutant for England "He’s incredibly unflappable looks a very good player of spin looks like he picks length very well uses his crease going back or forward well He’s actually superb you would not know he’s 19 He has scored runs at every level he has played I was nowhere near the player he was (at that age) "Unfortunate decision on Gary (Balance) six Test matches and unfortunately not scored the runs and it has given someone else (Hameed) the opportunity These are very exciting days for a young guy who has impressed everyone on this trip You wonder whether a 19 year old will be overawed but he has not been He has been one of those natural scorers He has developed quickly He should be very proud" Cook said Looking ahead at the Test and the series overall Cook felt it was a biggie and his side has lived beyond expectations of late "It’s a big series against India They have played some good cricket This England side has always exceeded expectations and hope it does so over next six to seven weeks" Asked about the collapse in the second innings against Bangladesh at Dhaka that helped the hosts score their first ever Test win over England Cook side it was obviously an eye-opener to quite a few in the team on how things can change so quickly in the sub continent with fielders around the bat against the spinning ball "It’s a challenge we have got in these conditions Those ten wickets (that England lost) in a session was like a real eye-opener for those who have not played in the sub continent or India Things could change very quickly Dealing with that pressure with men hovering around the bat when you first go in as a batter is tough "It’s different for us from having three slips and two gullies and short leg and starting your innings against pace as compared to spin That’s what the challenge we had in Bangladesh and we have got it here" Talking about the Decision Review System to be used for the first time in a series hosted by India Cook said the best thing was because of DRS the best side in the contest won as it takes away umpiring howlers "I think the best thing about DRS is you end up talking about the cricket and not about decisions that affect the game If there’s a bad decision that can be overturned normally the best side wins rather than umpiring error becoming the big story There were some wrong (on-field umpiring) decisions in Bangladesh and DRS took them out and the best side won in both games" He said spinners have benefited by DRS as the batsmen need to play with the bat rather than offer the pad as the first form of contact "The change the DRS has done is you have to play with the bat more than the pad it has brought orthodox spinners back into the game you have to use the bat umpires are now brave to give people out It’s better cricket" he added By: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: October 21 2015 10:54 am Singer Gwen Stefani has cancelled the album she worked on with “Happy” hitmaker Pharrell Williams Related News Singer Gwen Stefani has cancelled the album she worked on with “Happy” hitmaker Pharrell Williams The 46-year-old No Doubt frontwoman said the album “didn’t feel right” to her but she has started working on a new one reported Entertainment Weekly Last year Stefani promised a new solo album and had even previewed it with the singles “Baby Don’t Lie” and “Spark the Fire” She had hired longtime collaborator Williams to produce the album but she still didn’t like where it was going “It didn’t feel right I didn’t feel fulfilled” Her fans are lucky because a new album to replace the one she had scrapped is now underway There is no word on when the yet-to- be-titled record will arrive For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: September 19 2016 4:34 pm Dele Ali’s dazzling performances at Spurs also earned him a place in England’s Euro 2016 squad (Source: Reuters) Top News Midfielder Dele Alli has signed a new deal with Tottenham Hotspur which will keep him at the north London club till 2022 the Premier League side said on Monday The 20-year-old who had also signed a contract extension in January enjoyed an excellent season last campaign scoring 10 goals and providing 11 assists in 46 matches The former Milton Keynes Dons midfielder picked up the Professional Footballers’ Association Young Player of the Year award and was also named in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year last season Alli’s dazzling performances at Spurs also earned the midfielder his England cap last October and he was part of the country’s Euro 2016 squad For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News (But) they will find it tough in India unless they turn things around pretty quickly, Besides, Kisan Kalyan Panchayat,“I think there are people who are speaking up adequately on that. Unsurprisingly,adding that Amarinder should remain party chief at least till 2014 elections and ?

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