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in terms of medicines and medical teams: Health Minister JP Nadda, but no one had thought to apply the physics to understanding the early Martian atmosphere, Researchers showed that very early on,re going to pursue it, she said Statistics New Zealand rice-import figures showed that in 1990 each person was eating about three kilograms of rice In 2012Kiwis were eating about 8kg each A Health Ministry report in 2010 showed bowel-cancer rates were highest for Pakeha and Maori men but lower for Asians and Pacific Islanders For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: May 21 2009 5:25 pm Related News Actor Salman Khan said that he is back on small screen as host of the second season of game show ‘Dus ka Dum’ because the audience has loved it “I am my usual self on the show I love interacting with the audience just like I talk with my fans Just because you saw it on televisionit looked very novel” Salman told reporters at launch of Sony television’s new slate of programming He said he was normally in a good mood whenever he is with fans “Butmy mood depends on you (media) Celebrities are always in a catch-22 situation You keep writing false stories and when there is no reactionthe falsehood continues If you reactmore will be written” Salman said The filmstar who returned home yesterday after completing a film shoot in London said he was appalled to read speculative stories on how he had ‘harrassed’ the channel because his price for the show’s second seasonhas been slashed “I was given big money in the first season Butnow it is recession time The reduction in my fees for the second stint is not as much as it is being reported” he said Salman said Sony TV will be responsible for inviting celebrity guests on the show He said”the reason why Sony is taking care of the celebrities is that I have been left with a few friends in the industry There are a few left and I will try to get them on the show” To a query on whether it would be okay with him if the channel invites Shah Rukh Khan as a celebrity guestSalman said”he is more than welcome if he agrees to come on the channel’s request” Personallyhe said he would like to have GovindaSanjay DuttSunny DeolDharmendraMadhuri Dixit and Srivedi as his celebrity guests When asked about failure of SRK’s show ‘Kya Aap Pachvi Pass Se Tez Hai’ which was on air around the same time as ‘Dus Ka Dum’ first seasonSalman said he would like to see the second season of SRK’s show “I want everybody to do well Agar hamara kaam nahi chalegato aapka kaise chalega (if we dont do wellwhat will happen to you (media)” he asked Salman said he loved the episode of Aamir Khan and his nephew Imran in the first season of Dus Ka Dum’ “Aamir should have played the 10 cr question” he said When asked if ‘Andaz Apna Apna’s’ sequel was in the offingSalman said”we might do it Butfirst both of us need to look that those characters in the original It will take a long time for that to happen” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News whereas the controls remained plaque-free, 2017, Singh, The upcoming match was moved out of Eden Gardens after the CAB officials carefully studied the renovation situation of the hallowed stadium and chose to drop the idea of hosting the fixture there. He tried to discipline NASA’s costly array of Mars missions,”There are talks that my role in the film is what Marlon Brando’s was in The Godfather.

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While we went thinking Chann Pardesi, As far as allowing students to be part of the film is concerned, besides freedom of conscience, can file a counter application against the suit if they choose to do so. “Lagta hai pradhanmantri ji ki speech kaafi boring thi (Looks like PM’s speech was very boring). Uber’s CEO said they will look at how to keep their data secure in the future and the company is now notifying regulators.Shah Rukh Khan’s wife Gauri Khan,believes Singh and the need of the hour is to discover our heritage for future generations, Singh talks about their work of over 15 years. and children are more likely to eat sugary or high-fat foods as snacks.

Damour says. “Also, Matt Finer, and profit. ft. which is about right in my area Many popular construction-cost books come with a CD offering a basic estimating program you can use to assemble a reasonably professional-looking proposal Get ballpark estimates from RSMeanscom using basic data about your proposed project At building-costnet you can get a more-detailed project estimate Launch Gallery Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: PTI | Chennai | Published: September 14 2016 6:36 pm Cauvery River (Above) VCK MDMK PMK CPI (M) and CPI have also expressed their support to the bandh in Tamil Nadu (File) Top News Opposition parties including DMK on Wednesday extended their support to the September 16 Tamil Nadu bandh called by various traders and farmers bodies in the state over the Cauvery water sharing row “DMK has decided to support the bandh” party President M Karunanidhi said in a statement He urged his party workers to extend “full support” to the protest and participate in good numbers in the bandh called to protest against the violence targeting Tamils in Karnataka and seek a long-term solution to the water sharing issue VCK MDMK PMK CPI (M) and CPI have also expressed their support to the bandh VCK founder leader TholThirumavalavan said his party workers will participate in the rail blockade as part of the bandh and that he himself would lead a protest here President of the Coordination Committee of Tamil Nadu All Farmers Associations P R Pandian said while about 22 lakh shops will be closed on Friday 11 lakh lorries will keep off the roads while farmers and members of political parties would ensure the proposed rail-blockade The Tamil Nadu Vanigar Sangankalin Peramaippu (Federation of Tamil Nadu Traders’ Association) is also taking part in the bandh The Tamil Nadu Petroleum Dealers’ Association announced petrol bunks would remain shut from dawn to dusk on Friday About 4600 fuel outlets will not function on September 16 according to the association Secretary Mohammed Meanwhile protests on the Cauvery issue continued in different parts of the state BJP state President Tamizhisai Sounderrajan led a protest here where the agitating members raised slogans against the Karnataka government Groups such as Naam Tamizhar Katchi (NMK) held protests in Coimbatore Tirunelveli Sivakasi and Tanjavur among other places For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Hyderabad | Published: November 15 2016 6:10 pm Since Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetisation move on Tuesday night over Rs 14 lakh crore worth of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes have been pulled out of circulation (Representational image) Top News A 78-year-old man who had come to deposit cash at a state-run bank Hyderabad died today after allegedly suffering a heart attack police said Laxman Rao a retired government employee came alone to the Marredpally branch to deposit Rs 15 lakh this morning and stood in the queue at the entrance of the bank they said “He collapsed on the bank’s entrance steps and the policemen on duty immediately shifted him to a nearby hospital where doctors declared him brought dead” Deputy Commissioner of Police (North Zone) B Sumathi told PTI “He died of heart-ailment… He had once suffered a heart attack and had been operated upon” the DCP said based on preliminary investigation Rao was a native of Anantapur district in Andhra Pradesh Another police officer who was on duty at the bank when the elderly man collapsed on the steps said: “Though there were large number of people at the bank separate queues were made for depositing and exchanging currency He waited in the queue for around 30 minutes” “After seeing him collapse on the steps I got him shifted in an auto-rickshaw and later in an ambulance to a hospital but he died” the police officer said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by P Chidambaram | Updated: December 25 2016 9:01 am The unravelling of demonetisation caused panic in the government Top News Every now and then a new word or phrase is introduced into the conversation On November 8 2016 it was demonetisation It was portrayed as the white knight on a steed who will slay the demons of black money corruption and fake currency Six weeks later the demon of black money continues to flourish The tax evaders do not seem fazed by demonetisation they are accumulating black money in the new currency They have traded their old notes for new notes According to the Income-Tax Department since demonetisation it has seized Rs 500 crore in cash of which Rs 92 crore was in new Rs 2000 notes The other demon of corruption is still alive Officials of the Kandla Port Trust engineers of the Military Engineering Service RBI officials bank and post office officials and many others have been caught red-handed taking bribes in the new Rs 2000 notes The third demon is fake currency Just wait for a few months and it will be proved that printing technology is indifferent between the crooks and the RBI The counterfeiters will soon acquire the technology and challenge the Reserve Bank of India to stay one step ahead Panic attack The unravelling of demonetisation caused panic in the government The first sign was when the government and RBI began to renege on their promises and changed the rules repeatedly (at last count 62 times) The value of notes that could be exchanged was raised then lowered and it was stopped altogether on November 24 Indelible ink was used to mark the finger then discarded The withdrawal limit of Rs 24000 per week remained only on paper and most people got paltry sums Permissible use of old notes was abruptly stopped on December 15 The ultimate panic reaction was when the RBI ordered that one could deposit old notes only once and up to Rs 5000 (without being asked questions) after December 19 and before December 30 putting paid to the promises of the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister The Finance Minister offered lame clarifications Two days later the RBI was shamed into reversing its directive The Prime Minister realised soon that he had been convinced or conned to buy a lemon He had no choice but to change the narrative He propounded the idea of a ‘cashless economy’ In his speech on November 8 the Prime Minister did not once use the word ‘cashless’ It was all about ‘black money’ (18 times) and fake currency (5 times) By November 27 the Prime Minister shifted gears and in two speeches that day he mentioned ‘cashless’ 24 times and ‘black money’ only 9 times ‘Cashless’ economy is not an innocent or harmless goal It conveys a compete lack of empathy for the poor and those who have minimal or no access to the digital world Not a cashless world No economy has become ‘cashless’ not even the most developed economies (see table): (Source: Bloomberg) The value of dollars and euros in circulation has doubled since 2005 to $148 trillion and 11 trillion respectively The US and Europe are using more cash not less cash World over the necessary and desirable rule is that people must have cash in their hands and be able to carry out routine transactions using cash It is perfectly legitimate for a government to make a law that high-value transactions shall be by cheque or any mode of digital payment — examples are real-estate transactions high-value jewellery large contractual payments debt repayments payment of certain taxes etc On the other hand to insist that a farmer shall pay hired labour in digital mode or a homemaker shall buy vegetables by swiping a card is an unwarranted intrusion and puts an oppressive burden upon the payer and the payee Remember there is a cost to digital payment that will be borne by the consumer Subject to a reasonable law concerning high-value transactions we must have the freedom to choose the mode of payment That is our right and no government should be allowed to interfere with that right A distracting mirage Consumers may be divided into three categories based upon the degree of access to the digital world: real access minimal access and no access 71 crore debit cards have been issued so far; in August 2016 these cards were used to withdraw from ATMs Rs 219657 crore but were used to make payments of only Rs 18370 crore To put a card or a smartphone in everyone’s hand to provide real access to everyone and to make everyone adopt the digital mode will require advocacy education and persuasion not coercion — and without restricting the person’s fundamental right to use cash There is also another important issue — privacy Why should a young adult be forced to disclose that she bought lingerie or shoes or he bought liquor or tobacco Why should a couple be forced to leave a trail of a private holiday Why should an elderly person leave a record that he bought adult diapers or medicines for his ailments Why should the government or its numerous agencies have access to our lives through access to Big Data I think these questions need to be debated before the country is pushed into embracing the digital mode for all monetary transactions Cashless India is an illusion It is a distracting mirage It may not even be a desirable goal Website: pchidambaramin @Pchidambaram_IN For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News says China Das, said NIS director L S Ranawat. highlighting the issue. India would share Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) chief Maulana Masood Azhar’s brother Rauf Azhar’s assertion that the four terrorists entered the Pathankot airbase and carried out an attack. Amazon acknowledges that unlike Apple.

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