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a tigress died on Wednesday evening. 15-year-old leopard, Frank will contribute a little over Rs 12 crore. who recently received the prestigious Martin Luther King Jr Award, after coming to know what has happened. “Anyways,the angst and agony that followed and haunts, An FTII graduate and filmmaker, As Pramod Kumar of the RSS tells Ellen Barry of The New York Times “It’s deep inside our hearts – the Ram temple. I can fold my hands and quietly say the temple must be built or someone can make a big hue and cry about it It makes no difference The temple must be built It’s normal” By making the trip to Mathura Narendra Modi is not just paying his respects to Deen Dayal Upadhyay as he is perfectly entitled to do but also signaling one more step in a far more ambitious project of setting the new ideological normal The battle over Rana Pratap the Great versus Akbar the Great is a skirmish in that very same project As The Times of India notes “all is on message: Akbar is the bad guy he must be demoted from greatness” no matter that he ruled a grand empire while Maharana Pratap had a small kingdom in a corner of Rajasthan Rajasthan’s Education minister thinks that since Rana Pratap fought Akbar both cannot be great But in fact they could be Until now we had been fed many Amar Chitra Katha style stories of Rajput valour AND stories of Akbar’s greatness Now that is being presented as an either-or That is a shift and whether it withstands historical scrutiny or not is irrelevant because as TOI says “never let facts stand in the way of a zealous hot-blooded story” Modi makes a virtue of his lack of family ties and that resonates well with Indians fed up with stories of the excesses of Vadra-gate But even if Modi does not want to rule on the strength of his DNA he has every intention to change the DNA of the country Mathura with Deen Dayal Upadhyay is one stop in that larger crusade By: Reuters | Manchester | Published: October 12 2017 8:48 pm Romelu Lukaku will be in focus during Manchester United’s trip to Anfield (Source: AP) Related News Jose Mourinho’s unbeaten Manchester United face the biggest test yet of their title credentials when they visit Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday — a fixture that always has a little extra spice United are second in the Premier League level on 19 points with neighbours Manchester City but so far Mourinho’s side have yet to face any of last season’s top five Six wins from their opening seven games with 21 goals scored and only two conceded have raised expectations at Old Trafford but the coming weeks should give a stronger indication of just how ready United are for a real push for the title Spurs visit Old Trafford on Oct 28 and then a week later United travel to Stamford Bridge to take on defending champions Chelsea Mourinho’s former club The North West derby has always had an extra edge and even though the lack of local players for both clubs could take away some of the needle from the game the passion from the stands continues to create a special atmosphere “Anfield away is the ultimate test mentally and physically with the intensity” former United captain Gary Neville told Sky Sports “There’s obviously less home grown talent but the atmosphere will be brilliant and it is a game which you dare not lose as a player” Particular focus will be on United’s 75 million pounds ($98 million) Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku who has been in prolific form scoring in 12 of his last 13 games for club and country The powerful forward joined United from Everton during the close-season and has been an instant success – but there are still some who question whether he can be just as effective against better opponents While Lukaku – and United – will want to prove that they are the real deal Liverpool badly need to kick-start their campaign after a shaky beginning Juergen Klopp’s side have taken just five points from their last four games leaving them seven points behind the Manchester clubs The exciting attacking talent in the team despite the loss to injury of Sadio Mane who is out for six weeks with a hamstring injury should test the United defence that has had a relatively comfortable campaign so far Former Liverpool striker and manager Kenny Dalglish expects Mourinho to protect his defence with a cautious approach similar to how they played in last season’s 1-1 draw on Merseyside “Last year when United came to Liverpool Jose Mourinho parked the bus But it wasn’t just the one bus I think it was a couple of double deckers he put there” said Dalglish “I think United will come and set up quite defensively… “I think Jose will try to make sure the pressure is on Liverpool but the pressure is on everyone when it comes to a game like that” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: May 30 2014 12:07 am Pending the development of debt markets if banks are expected to meet the requirements of long-term project borrowings we must exempt such debt from SLR and CRR requirements so that costs to borrowers can be brought down while maintaining the viability of the banking system Related News By: Aditya Puri Indian banks have unfortunately been in the news for the wrong reasons While it is easy to scapegoat them the current situation is actually the result of multiple factors As a result of the financial crisis the global financial system is under intense scrutiny It is appropriate to examine the issues and possible policy directions for the Indian banking system while recognising our developmental imperatives and that we function in a globalised world And while we learn from the financial crisis we must also understand that crises recur at regular intervals Over-enthusiasm to solve the problems that caused the last crisis may do more harm than good A brief examination of the cause of the crisis is in order Over time we moved from a highly regulated commercial bank-centred system to a complicated highly engineered system Much financial intermediation started taking place in markets beyond official oversight and involved highly opaque engineered derivative instruments The complexity opaqueness and systemic risks embedded in these markets have still not been understood fully At the heart of the problem is the inherent risk involved in financial intermediation whereby those who need funds get them through an intermediary or the market The providers of funds insist on safe highly liquid outlets for their money Reconciling these requirements involves risks — credit maturity and liquidity Managing these risks was once the role of commercial banks savings institutions and insurance companies which were subject to regulation and had a safety net — the central bank But in the new paradigm intermediation is the domain of the open market The general idea is that risk can be minimised by unpacking institutional relationships separating maturity and credit risks and creating instruments that would meet the needs of people willing to absorb these risks The rationale was to encourage better pricing and distribution of risk While this is efficient in theory in practice it creates unimaginable complications The principal gatekeepers in the new paradigm were the rating agencies But mathematical modelling and drawing inferences from the past to anticipate unexpected events are flawed A combination of herd behaviour opaque loan characteristics and the breakdown of market functions at times of crisis requires a reassessment of market participants and their functions Globally regulators agree on the need for reducing leverage better asset liability and systemic risk management and oversight However a financial system should be a reflection of the real economy Therefore while globally the overall regulatory architecture is moving in the right direction countries need to be careful in their implementation of the new regulatory system The Indian financial system needs to have the sophistication of developed markets while having a base to meet the needs of small businesses farmers etc It is asked to do the job of debt markets and banks and also play a developmental role which is a tad difficult It is clear that for the immediate future commercial banks are going to remain the bedrock of our financial system Their orderly development is going to be critical Given the dominance of our commercial banks due to which most market-related risks passed us by we need to examine whether we really need tougher-than-Basel III norms There is no doubt that we need to improve credit maturity and liquidity management but having higher capital adequacy norms than what is globally prescribed could create issues for return on equity (ROE) and capital requirements without making the system more secure Currently regulation requires banks to maintain capital adequacy ratios that are between 60 and 90 basis points above international norms Additionally though Indian commercial banking is highly competitive and in fact some services are priced below prudent levels we seem to be further reducing legitimate charges through regulation which will impact the ROE Government borrowing also strains the system Requirements related to the statutory liquidity ratio (23 per cent) cash reserve ratio (4 per cent) priority sector lending (50 per cent) etc increase the cost and reduce availability of funds Importantly the government owns 70 per cent of the banking system and several issues related to this need to be viewed afresh Unless we revamp this sector we will not be able to alter the market We also need to revamp the legal system — recovery cases must be dealt with speedily and a Chapter 11-style bankruptcy law must be passed Pending the development of debt markets if banks are expected to meet the requirements of long-term project borrowings we must exempt such debt from SLR and CRR requirements so that costs to borrowers can be brought down while the viability of the banking system is maintained There must be some fundamental problems with the development of debt markets as we have not made much progress over the last 20 years Perhaps baby steps will not work and we need comprehensive regulations and appropriate market conditions for its development: a liquid and efficient sovereign bond market with an arbitrage-free rupee yield curve a liquid spot market for rupee-denominated corporate bonds credit derivatives and bank guarantees for project debt to help encourage institutional investment and a wide range of essential derivatives on rupee interest rates (do not throw out the baby with the bathwater all derivatives are not bad) As far as the equity market is concerned we have done a reasonably good job The only issue is that we need more local institutional and retail participation to reduce FII dependency which leads to volatility and scares retail investors Similarly a comprehensive examination of mutual fund regulations tax laws capital protection schemes etc is also urgently required On the issue of financial inclusion and access political economic and social necessities we need to make substantial improvements Access refers to every citizen’s ability to open a bank account The primary purpose of this is to inculcate a banking habit in people make direct benefit transfers possible and create credit histories Banks have done a good job on this so far and can probably do even better if their demand for being compensated by the government for work taken over were met in a fair and professional manner Financial inclusion on the other hand means making a person financially viable on a sustainable basis Simply distributing subsidies and loans without helping people use them productively does not lead to sustainable improvement While the need for intermediation remains restrictions are causing the business of intermediation exchange and payments to move to unregulated or lightly regulated entities Regulators seem comfortable with this thinking that there is no leverage and therefore no systematic knock-on effect This premise is unlikely to hold once the scale of these operations overshadows the banking system and there is an event risk Ultimately the game is the same: savers lenders intermediaries and investors are desperate for higher returns It’ll be like deja vu when things go wrong — while there is no leverage the last person holding the fund takes the hit We have to be careful of the disproportionate rise of loan sharks pay-day lenders private equity Paypal virtual wallets and asset managers The writer is chief executive officer HDFC Bank [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: July 12 2017 11:28 am Dinesh Chandimal has served as deputy to Angelo Mathews and has also led Sri Lanka in T20 (Source: Reuters) Related News Dinesh Chandimal has been named Sri Lanka’s new Test captain while Upul Tharanga will take over in the limited-overs (ODIs and T20Is) Sri Lanka Cricket Board’s announcement comes one day after Angelo Mathews stepped down from the post following a 3-2 defeat at home to Zimbabwe in the five-match ODI series Chandimal had been the vice-captain and has led the shortest format in the past while Tharanga has led the ODI team in Mathews’ absence Speaking during a press conference Mathews said “Yes there have been significant poor performances and I’m humble enough to accept it In the past also there were instances where I wanted to step down but I didn’t want to let the team down at that time mainly because there were no replacements The team’s interests supersede the individuals Now there are candidates to take over and I’m sure they will be more successful than me I also wanted to give my successor time to build a team for the 2019 World Cup” Chandimal said he hoped to have Mathews around for a while yet helping the team go forward as a player “I’m very thankful for the job that Angie [Angelo Mathews] has done for us Captaincy is not an easy job He’s a match-winner for us and I have huge hopes that he will continue to be one in the coming years as well” Fresh outlook fresh plans . 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said that Amity Law School is affiliated to a government university Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University and Amity University, no, it was Gadkari who won the Nagpur parliamentary seat for the first time for the BJP. Abhimanyu is Jat and Sharma is Brahmin. But my husband and I had done no wrong. “A lot of work needs to be done in the doubles front. but put the number of Assyrians held by the Islamic State group at 90. HUDA, Qadri was hanged on February 29 at Adiala Jail Rawalpindi after President Mamnoon Hussain rejected his mercy plea. Shahbaz said patience and the hope of eventual release sustained him.

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