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2015 5:01 pm Rahul Dravid said it was lovely to watch Sania Mirza and Leander Paes,Leander to be able to win the US mixed doubles and women’s doubles titles, ?who were not suggested by anyone.The Nepalese domestic help was hired on January 26, said an officer The employers had not filled the mandatory servant verification formhe added The 25-year-old accused was referred to them by one of colonys security guards For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News “It is obvious that we have some differences with the next government of the United States, a posting in armed units would help us tag along with police at such spots without any reservation. who has yet to drop a set, BJP and Modi steamrolling opponents is the answer any poll can throw up and the Lokniti-CSDS-CNN-IBN Election Tracker poll is no exception. BJP’s vote share in Gujarat has been pegged at 55 percent in March and 46 percent of the state’s respondents want Narendra Modi as their Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Kejriwal Agencies However there is a small blip in this cosy picture: Arvind Kejriwal The good news for Modi supporters is that only 5 percent of the respondents in Gujarat want Kejriwal as their Prime Minister But the troubling news for Modi and the fate of his much celebrated development agenda is that there is a sizable amount of criticism against his Gujarat model in Gujarat Many Gujaratis think it has not benefited everybody According to the poll tracker survey 40 percent of the respondents believed that Gujarat has witnessed great leaps in development However 15 percent said that there has been development but not as much as the Modi government has been claiming Twenty-three percent said that only a handful benefited from the government’s development measures and 12 percent trashed the state’s claims saying there has been no significant development As opposed to the 40 percent who appreciate the development in Gujarat 50 percent (an summation of the other criteria) are a bit or more critical of Modi’s ‘development’ claims Add to that another 10 percent who have no opinion on the same – if the development has been indeed as evident and life-altering as the government claims there is little reason for not acknowledging it In fact the rest of the tracker data show a classic class divide – between those who may have benefited from the model and those who may not have In Modi’s column there is solid backing from the upper castes Patels and OBCs – each with over 70 percent backing for Modi Dalits and Muslims appear in the Congress column – representing the havenots with over 70 percent preference for the Congress Adivasis tilt to the Congress with 35 percent against 22 percent for Modi Modi’s support is also solid in urban areas (71 percent) and 48 percent in rural areas (Congress 24 and 34 percent respectively) Once again this shows where development may have reached or not reached Bolstering these findings is another set of findings Asked if as Arvind Kejriwal has alleged that development has remained restricted to the powerful corporate houses in Gujarat 46 percent of the respondents seemed to agree While 29 percent withheld an answer only 25 percent of those who took the survey said that Kejriwal’s claim was not true The findings are unlikely to have any bearing on the local results in Gujarat as is evident from the other poll results But on a national scale the criticism of Modi’s model of development raises a few questions Gujarat is rightly considered as Modi’s fiefdom Despite the 2002 carnage BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate has won three straight terms in the state pointing at the fact that his voters tend to display strong allegiance for him despite shortcomings However the fact that in Gujarat itself nearly 50 percent of the 900 respondents surveyed seemed critical of their government’s lofty declarations might point at the extent to which the Gujarat development model might be received by voters elsewhere And there might be fair chances that not all are willing to buy the so-called ‘Gujarat model’ of development There are more than a few reasons why the BJP should be slightly worried Firstly not many have been apprised of what exactly the Gujarat model of development stands for While Modi keeps harping on ‘development’ neither in his political rallies nor in his speeches at colleges investor meets etc does the Gujarat CM exactly describe what he means by development that he has achieved in Gujarat The only thing he unfailingly and repeatedly harps on is his government’s feat of supplying power to all villages in Gujarat Now to an average rural or even urban voter electricity to all corners of the country is a development idea that is sensible but extremely Utopian in the context of the state of resources in the country and conflicted political landscape Also that’s a promise that appears first in the bible of poll promises in India hence is something that has been exploited to no end Voters outside Gujarat and those who have not taken active academic and political interest in Modi’s politics will find it difficult to take the promise at face value Mostly because they have heard it relentlessly since the beginning of polls in India So what effectively is the development Modi is promising to India Not many including those looking out for him have much of an idea And BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate has precious little to dispel the doubts or answer these questions If in his backyard there are doubts springing it is but natural that the rest of India who have only heard about Ahmedabad’s wide roads and Gujarat’s electrified villages apart from the 2002 communal carnage will also want to question his claims There is little doubt about the fact that Modi has risen on the back of the strong anti-incumbency wave against the Congress and hence in comparison the BJP would like to think he has a admirable economic agenda It’s another thing that not many are aware of what it is and can only look at Gujarat and hope it applies to India On the other hand Arvind Kejriwal’s mighty drama has definitely made some impact in Gujarat And if it has managed to dent Gujarat’s confidence against its own government one can only imagine him having a good chance at deflating BJP’s poll balloon outside Gujarat The reason why Kejriwal’s claims might have hit home is because he chose not to cast aspersions on the development model from afar sending out a feeling of familiar preconceived political bias In fact he stood in the heart of Gujarat and declared that the development was a hogwash and benefited only a handful of corporate houses The sheer audacity of the act and the Gujarat government’s mistake of intercepting him however briefly was enough to send out a message that his accusations might not all be unfounded In a fight between the two Modi will be well-advised to not dismiss Kejriwal anymore The Gujarat CM clearly has to clear the doubts his own voters have about his model This time though it may not matter since the sentiment about sending a fellow Gujarati to Delhi as PM will overwhelm all doubts Much water has flown quite literally under the Cauvery bridge ever since the Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal (CWDT) was formed in 1990 to resolve the issue of water sharing between the two states of Tamil Nadu and Karnataka After more than two decades of its formation the tribunal — that gave its final verdict in 2007 — remains a motionless body As it happened after the tribunal gave its award in 2007 both the state governments of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu moved the apex court via a special leave petition (SLP) which was admitted by the apex court and the tribunal was put to the backburner The Indian Constitution which attaches a special status to interstate water disputes had elaborate provisions that states that such disputes will neither fall under the Supreme Court nor any other court’s jurisdiction These disputes can only be adjudicated by temporary and ad hoc interstate water dispute tribunals Representational image PTI The CWDT is one such tribunal Article 262 of the Constitution provides for adjudication of disputes relating to waters of interstate rivers or river valleys wherein it states that the Parliament may by law provide for the adjudication of any dispute or complaint with respect to the use distribution or control of the waters of or in any inter-state river or river valley Most significantly it adds that notwithstanding anything in this Constitution the Parliament may by law provide that neither the Supreme Court nor any other court shall exercise jurisdiction in respect of any such dispute or complaint as is referred to in clause (1) coordination between the states But this exclusion of Supreme Court and other courts was qualified by the apex court in State Of Tamilnadu vs State Of Karnataka The apex court observed: "Thus we hold that this Court is the ultimate interpreter of the provisions of the interstate water dispute act 1956 and has an authority to decide the limits power and jurisdiction of the tribunal constituted under the act The court has not only the power but the obligation to decide as to whether the tribunal has any jurisdiction or not under the act to entertain any interim application till it finally decides the dispute referred to it After the tribunal passed the interim award the matter found its way to the Supreme Court in Cauvery Presidential Reference and the Supreme Court held that an interim award was an award within the meaning Section 6 of the Act" Hence enters the apex court and as future would tell most of the awards by the tribunals were challenged in the Supreme Court The outcome was ironical The existence of the institution — which owns its genesis directly to the constitution —became irrelevant and in no time it turned into the post-retirement abodes of retired judges While the Tribunal pronounced its verdict in 2007 it was after full six years in 2013 the central government on the instance of the Supreme Court notified the 2007 award But did it lead to the resolution of the problem Obviously not Ramaswamy R Iyer former secretary of ministry of water resources and eminent water policy expert in his very informative and analytical piece on the Cauvery dispute published in Economic and Political Weekly (EPW) in 2013 wrote "The Cauvery dispute has been adjudicated but remains unresolved" Among the various reasons listed by him for the failure to resolve the issue was the fact that "Supreme Court has not been supportive of the Tribunal" Highlighting the chinks in the armour Iyer said that the tribunal had a ‘chequered history’ He wrote that the "tribunal was torn by internal dissensions giving rise to the apprehension that its report might not be unanimous Fortunately it redeemed itself in time and gave a unanimous Final Order —after 17 years of hearings" Representational image CNN-News18 He also criticised the tribunal as it failed to entertain the clarificatory petitions filed by the states "When the parties submitted clarificatory petitions the Tribunal put them on hold on the ground that they had gone to the Supreme Court with SLPs Considering that there was no stay order on its Final Order or on its functioning it could have heard the petitions and issued a supplementary or clarificatory order" Iyer was extremely critical of the apex court as he felt that the "Supreme Court was not markedly supportive of the Tribunal" "When the state governments went to the Supreme Court in 2007 with SLPs against the Tribunal’s Final Order the Supreme Court promptly admitted the SLPs without any discussion of the bar on the jurisdiction of the courts provided for by Article 262 and enacted by the Parliament in the ISWD Act 1956 The questions whether the SLPs should be admitted despite the bar and if so on what grounds and what implications this would have for the ISWD Act and Article 262 were not explicitly raised and answered Ironically having admitted the SLPs and made things difficult for the Tribunal the Supreme Court has not taken them up for hearing in six years’ time" Iyer remarked Indeed it was ironical that CWDT a body with constitutional backing had so many functional flaws and was in many ways extremely toothless in enforcing its order But once the states moved the apex court and with the Supreme Court admitting the SLP the Tribunal’s fate was sealed As in the case of peninsular rivers which are monsoon dependent sharing of the water of Cauvery also becomes a contentious issue and source of conflict between the two states every time monsoon plays truant The present tussle between the two states is resultant of similar circumstances On 6 September the apex court directs Karnataka to release 15000 cusecs a day till 15 September following which massive protests break out inthe state Senior Supreme Court Advocate Harish Salve in his essay on interstate river water disputes published in The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution writes "In recent times scholarly opinion on the value of a judicial settlement over a political settlement for inter-state river disputes have been fraught India’s leading constitutional law scholar HM Seervai in 1991 attempted an evaluation by comparing the period of time required for political negotiations to the period of time for adjudication by tribunals Finding no significant difference he concluded that the proper belief that the political settlement of the river water dispute would be more satisfactorily reached is demonstrably incorrect. Per contra Professor Ramaswamy Iyer while recognising the force of such arguments has suggested that ‘adjudication is an unsatisfactory way of dealing with such dispute; a negotiated settlement is infinitely superior; adjudication is divisive and leads to exaggerated claims by both sides" The Indian Constitution had elaborate provisions that states that such disputes will neither fall under the Supreme Court nor any other court’s jurisdiction Views of both the scholars can be corroborated by the experience of the way water disputes in India have been handled However while political solution has not any favourers experience in respect to judicial settlement through tribunals has not been entirely positive either And CWST is an important case in point CWDT was functioning without a chairman since April 2012 (when Justice NP Singh resigned on health grounds) till January 2014 when Justice BS Chauhan was appointed as chairman of the Tribunal However in March 2016 Justice BS Chauhan resigned as chairman of the Tribunal following his appointment as chairman of the law commission of India The first chairman of the Tribunal also had resigned Currently with only two members’ applications filed by the Centre Tamil Nadu Karnataka and Kerala seeking clarification on the final award of the Tribunal cannot be heard When the Tribunal met on 10 July 2007 the Tribunal headed by Justice NP Singh had refused to hear the applications saying it would be improper to take up clarificatory applications when the Supreme Court had admitted special leave petitions filed by the three states Subsequently Justice Chauhan also could not hear the appeal as there were other appeals that were pending before it According to a report by The Asian Age the central government is not in a hurry to appoint a new chairman as it is contemplating constituting a one five-member Tribunal to take up all the water disputes among the various states Once the Tribunal is set up the Cauvery Tribunal will be wound up An inevitable conclusion perhaps As the water war between the contending parties intensifies there are some questions that needs to be answered Why was the Tribunal left in the lurch for almost two years Why its majority of chairman called it quits What is the utility of such a Tribunal when the final decision will be taken by the court What will be the purpose and functions of the five-member Tribunal How far different will it be from its predecessors These are the questions that need to be asked and answered for any genuine reform in ‘resolution mechanism’ through which we are trying to resolve many water disputes that India has to grapple with Twist and turns continue in the curious case of government formation in Jammu and Kashmir National Conference working president and former chief minister Omar Abdullah today wrote to Governor NN Vohra offering support to the People’s Democratic Front if the latter wishes to form a government Headlines Today reported that Abdullah had written to the Governor but details of the letter are not yet known Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah PTI Only on 9 January the state came under Governor’s Rule after Abdullah approached the state governor seeking to be relieved as caretaker chief minister In the latest Assembly polls the PDP and BJP which ended up in first and second positions respectively have so far not succeeded in forging an alliance Abdullah was earlier asked to continue as caretaker chief minister on 24 December after his resignation in the wake of defeat of his party in the Assembly polls His party could manage only 15 seats in the polls The state must have a new government before 19 January when the term of the current Assembly expires failing which Governor’s Rule was inevitable The letter of support assumes significance because Abdullah had soon after the Assembly results on 23 December last year made a surprise offer on 26 December extending his party’s support to PDP which has 28 MLAs in government formation The party had in fact even reiterated its support to PDP later as well although no formal communication was established between the two This letter is the first official communication announcing support "As stated by our working president Omar Abdullah our offer of unconditional support to the PDP which has emerged as the single largest party in the state stands and this remains unchanged There has been absolutely no change in this" NC spokesman Junaid Azim Mattu had said in Srinagar on 31 December "As far as the premise of the support to PDP is concerned it is based on the fact that PDP has emerged as the single largest party and we want to extend an opportunity to PDP to not have to compromise on its apparent regional agenda" Mattu said ThePDP had not accepted the offer of the National Conference so far although there are fears that the party will risk its political future by aligning with the BJP The PDP has major differences with the BJP on key issues like Article 370 and on the continuation of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act or AFSPA in the strife-torn state The regional outfit is also wary about angering its supporters in the Valley who had made their choice quite clear bynot allowing the BJP to win a single seat in the region in the latest round of polls There has been no response from the PDP on the latest offer by the National Conference but will the fact that Abdullah has presented an official document to the governor condition them to change their minds It has.

2 crore in July, it is a lifestyle, but you don’t always have job security,000 crore. independent filmmaker Sanal Kumar Sasidharan has raised a thought-provoking question on industry’s role in influencing men regarding crime against women. Can these heroes stay away from the hero worshiping movies from now onwards?” he has asked in a Facebook post In the second post he also apparently took on last evening’s protests held by Malayalam film fraternity against the attack on the actress “This is a man designed and man presented world Even protests by women against this man’s design and man’s presentation is designed by man It is very complex to understand Some powerful women also fall into this clever propaganda of man and acts instrumental to the smooth implementation of his design (sic)” he opined More from the world of Entertainment: Sanal is an internationally acclaimed independent filmmaker and his recent work Sexy Durga won the prestigious Hivos Tiger Award at the International Film Festival of Rotterdam It is a very significant accomplishment because it is the first ever Indian film to win big at the big ceremony Read |Malayalam actress molestation case: Mammootty Manju Warrier Dileep and others rally for justice See pics Sexy Durga is a road movie which follows the nightmare experience of an eloping couple at the hands of two men who offer them a ride in their car in the dead of the night The film deals with the masculinity culture that influences violence against women The realistic film sheds light on the hypocrisy of the society where women are worshipped in the form of an idol and abused in the flesh Incidentally there are stark similarities between his latest film and Friday’s assault on the Malayalam actress which also happened in a moving car under the cover of night “I dont understand what I feel when people come and say that ‘today’s incident’ reminded me of your film This had happened last time also when Rohit Vemula committed suicide (One of my friends even advised me to use Rohit’s face in the poster of ODK) This time it is (the survivor’s name) assault Do I feel a strange and inhuman happiness Do I try to pretend that I am not enjoying the art coming true situation I dont understand really But at least for one moment I get a kick from that Sadly I realise that I am as sinful as those who find enjoyment in reading the titillating news shits of the horrible reality” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: June 17 2017 10:32 am Harbhajan Singh had tweeted that the Jet Airways pilot had physically assaulted a lady (Source: BCCI) Related News A former Jet Airways pilot Bernd Hosselin a German accused of making “racist” comments on a Chandigarh-Mumbai flight Friday sent a defamation notice to cricketer Harbhajan Singh and his friends Pooja Gujaral and Jatinder Singh Shah Hosselin has also sent a defamation notice to his former employer Jet Airways said Hosselin’s lawyer Samit Shukla of law firm DSK Legal Hosselin’s legal action follows termination of his employment by the airlines on May 5 which according to him is a result of an altercation with Singh Gujaral and Shah on April 3 The alleged incident aboard a Chandigarh-Mumbai Jet flight came to light on April 26 when the cricketer posted tweets accusing Hosselin of making “racist” comments and assaulting a woman besides abusing a physically challenged man on a domestic flight In a series of tweets the cricketer had condemned the incident as “disgraceful” “So called this Bernd Hoesslin a pilot with @jetairways called my fellow Indian (u bloody Indian get out of my flight) while he is earning here” he wrote “Not only was he a racist but physically assaulted a lady and abused a physically challenged man” Subsequently Jet Airways expressed regret over the incident and said that corrective action would be taken as per company policy after due investigation Hosselin’s lawyer Shukla on Friday denied all the allegations “We believe Jet Airways has terminated my client under pressure Moreover my client is virtually unemployed because of these incorrect allegations” said Shukla Shukla said Hosselin has sent a notice to Jet Airways for sacking him “despite repeated assurances from their senior officials of Jet Airways of not doing anything wrong and acting in accordance with their and DGCA rules” A spokesperson from Jet Airways declined to comment on the matter For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Published: July 15 2017 7:11 pm Cricket – India vs New Zealand – Women’s Cricket World Cup – Derby Britain – July 15 2017 India’s Mithali Raj acknowledges the crowd after scoring 100 runs Action Images via Reuters/Craig Brough Related News Indian captain Mithali Raj got to her sixth ODI century in the ICC Women’s World Cup match against New Zealand India were put to bat first after New Zealand won the toss Mithali came to bat in the fourth over of the match after the dismissal of opener Poonam Raut She has since built strong partnerships with Harmanpreet Kaur and Veda Krishanmurthy to take India to a commanding position in the match India had lost Punam Raut early in their innings Fellow opener Smriti Mandhana was next to go and India found themselves 21/2 before the end of the eighth over with two of their most belligerent batters back in the pavilion But the depth of the batting line up was then on display as Mithali and her deputy Harmanpreet Kaur went about rebuilding the innings The two put up a strong 132-run partnership for the third wicket before Harmanpreet succumbed to Leigh Kasperek Deepti Sharma’s wicket followed suit but Veda Krishnamurthy stuck on with her captain Their partnership has also gone beyond the 100-run mark with Krishnamurthy being the aggressor India need to beat New Zealand to ensure a place in the semi-final and the match is a virtual quarter final for them Mithali had a rather muted celebration upon reaching her hundred not even taking her helmet off Mithali had recently crossed 6000 runs in ODI cricket become the first in the women’s game to do so It also means that she is the all time highest run scorer in women’s ODI cricket Here are a few reactions to the Indian captain’s effort: Mithali ‘Consistent’ Raj has brought her A+ game to the park again…let’s finish strongly from here @BCCIWomen #WWC17 — Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) 15 July 2017 Given importance of match and tournament arguably her finest century Well played @M_Raj03 — Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) 15 July 2017 More @M_Raj03 magic Yet another ODI hundred And what a time to get it In a virtual knockout #WWC17 match @BCCIWomen #INDWvNZW — Gautam Bhimani (@gbhimani) 15 July 2017 Mithali Raj looks fluent and elegant with her drives thru the off side Sounding sweet of the bat #INDvNZ @cricketworldcup @DerbyshireCCC — Anjum Chopra (@chopraanjum) 15 July 2017 This is @M_Raj03‘s first hundred against a top three team ie England Australia or NZ — Snehal Pradhan (@SnehalPradhan) 15 July 2017 Mithali is also India’s top scorer in the tournament so far by some distance and is the third highest run getter overall For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsCanberra: A German executive vying for a lucrative Australian submarine contract hassaid that awarding the contract to Japan could damage Australia’s relationship with China German’s ThysennKrupp Marine Systems Japan’s Mitsubishi and French company DCNS are all in the running to build 12 conventional submarines that the Australian Navy expects will cost at least 56 billion Australian dollars The government expects to award the contract this year with Japan regarded as a favorite early in the bidding process due to its close military relationship with Australia and the Unites States Hans Atzpodien the German company’s chairman described the Japanese bid as a choice for Australia between its relationship with China its biggest trading partner and Japan its second biggest partner Disputed islands in the South China Sea have been a cause of friction between Japan and China File image AFP "Maybe it is an advantage dealing with us not to be in a position where you have to — let’s say — decide between certain heavyweights of the Pacific area" Atzpodien told Australia’s National Press Club Japanese defense officials argue that the military partnership between Japan and Australia will enhance peace and stability especially maritime security in the Asia-Pacific region amid China’s military buildup in the East and South China seas Despite strong economic ties Tokyo’s relations with Beijing are strained divided by antagonisms dating back to before World War II The points of friction are numerous ranging from what China says is a lack of a proper apology from Japan for its invasion and wartime acts while Tokyo sees Beijing’s growing power as a security threat and competition for influence in Asia Relations have been generally calm since violent anti-Japanese riots broke out in several Chinese cities in 2012 after Japan nationalized a chain of uninhabited islands claimed by China The submarine deal would be Japan’s first fully fledged military technology transfer since World War IIAustralian government ministers have expressed no preference for any bidFormer Prime Minister Tony Abbott said during a speech in Tokyo last month that for Japan the deal was strategic while for the others it was of commercial value None of the contenders have ever built a conventional submarine large enough to meet Australia’s long-distance requirements Germany is proposing a variation of its Type 214 submarine made for Australian specifications called a Type 216 France is offering a diesel-electric version of the Barracuda-class nuclear submarine under construction for the French navy Japan proposes a longer version of its Soryu-class diesel-powered propulsion system with advanced stealth capabilities Atspododien said on Thursday that the Germans could build all 12 subs in Australia for AU$20 billion — less than half the cost that Australia is budgeting for Hugh White Australian National University professor of strategic studies warned that Japan’s long-term cooperation in the submarine contract might hinge on Australia forming an alliance that could bring Australia into conflict with China "Tokyo expects that in return for its help to build our submarines it would receive not just many billions of dollars but clear understandings that Australia will support Japan politically strategically and even militarily against China" White wrote in a Fairfax Media column this week The Chinese Embassy in Canberra did not immediately respond to a request for comment AP BJP and Congress workers demonstrated in Kolkata , struck again thanks to the industry of Ramsey, no new damage was reported. 2010 4:29 am Related News ?

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” He can be spiky and provocative with journalists and hardly lacks in self-belief, Schuerrle is cold in front of the goal.S. The United States is the only country among the 35 member states of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) not to provide universal health care,on payment of required consideration.” a group that includes the secretaries of state, 2010 11:48 pm Related News In an attempt to gauge the accuracy of its forecasts, Another senior officer from the IMD said that the survey would equip the department for better forecasts. In fact,” Talking about the unofficial Test that ended in a draw against Australia A.

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