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” The Prime Minister also drew attention towards growing challenges of policing in metropolitan areas in view of rapid urbanisation being witnessed in the past few decades which will further accelerate in the future. was arrested and later released on bail, For all the latest India News,Each of these treatment plants cost Rs 500 crore, he added SEL is a Vedanta group companywhich is a major player in power sector TSPL was incorporated as a special purpose vehicle by the erstwhile Punjab State Electricity Board to construct a 1980-MW plant in three units of 660 MW each The first unit was to begin by August 312012 but the deadline was revised For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: August 5 2017 8:34 pm Vice PresidentVenkaiah Naidu (PTI Photo) Related News Former Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu was on Saturday elected as the 13th Vice-President of India by defeating opposition candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi with a huge margin Naidu has secured 516 votes while Gandhi got only 244 votes “I am very humbled I am also thankful to the Prime Minister and all party leaders for their support” Naidu said “Coming from an agricultural background I never imagined I would be here Agriculture has no proper voice in Indian polity” said Naidu “I will seek to utilise the vice presidential institution to strengthen the hands of the president and secondly uphold the dignity of the Upper House” he added 771 parliamentarians has casted their vote on Saturday which turned out as a record of 98 percent voting in the vice-presidential election However 11 votes were found to be invalid said Assistant returning officer Mukul Pandey Know about the 13th Vice-President of IndiaVenkaiah Naidu With a bachelor degree in politics as well as law Naidu became a member of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh at a very young age He joined ABVP in 1973 as a student leader He was later elected as the student president of the Andhra University Colleges During the Jai Andhra movement in 1972 Naidu emerged as a leader taking charge of the agitation in Nellore He also actively participated in the movementagainst the emergency in 1975 for which he was imprisoned Naidu also became the President of the Youth Wing of Janata Party in Andhra Pradesh from 1977 to 1980 Known to be one of the most popular leaders from Andra Pradesh Naidu was elected as an MLA to the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly for two consecutive times He was also the President of Andhra Pradesh State Unit of BJP from 1988 to 1993 Naidu rose to ranks by becoming the General Secretary of All India BJP from 1993 to September 2000 In April 1988 he was elected as the Member of Rajya Sabha from Karnataka He was also BJP’s spokesperson from 1996 to 2000 In the Parliament he was a member of committees that covered subjects like home affairs agriculture finance rural development external affairs In 1999 under the Atal Bihari Vajpayee cabinet Naidu was elected as the Union Cabinet Minister for Rural Development Later he became the National President of BJP in 2002 He was selected for a second term in 2004 but resigned after BJP’s loss in the 2004 general elections He was re-elected to Rajya Sabha again from Karnataka in 2004 and 2010 In 2006 Venkaiah Naidu became a member of the Parliamentary Board of BJP and Central Election Committee In 2016 he was elected for the fourth term in Rajya Sabha from Rajasthan Venkaiah Naidu is also well known for his oratory skills in the political circles It is through him that BJP was able to form an alliance with the Telugu Desam Party in Andhra Pradesh He was also actively involved in the discussions related to bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and formation of Telangana Venkaiah Naidu will file his nomination papers on Tuesday He is pitted against Opposition’s Vice-president candidate Gopal Krishna Gandhi The elections are scheduled to take place on August 5 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News “It is a tried and failed front, We will not accept it, "There’s still time, For all the latest Lifestyle News,By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: December 18 the purpose of rolling out the Aadhaar was to ensure that the government schemes would reach the targeted people.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: March 29 the Hindu tradition has a history and without studying this history one cannot begin to understand why the tradition is what it is today. Siva and Yama — but that’s not’s Holiday Fun Event. There are many others–all associated with winter and/or the December holidays Please stop by-and see what piques your interestBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: April 14 2017 7:54 pm Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi (File Photo) Top News A law on the practice of ‘triple talaq’ among Muslims would be formulated only after there is a consensus among the stakeholders Union Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said in Mumbai on Friday “Triple talaq is a serious issue Non-serious players should not destroy the positive constructive debate over it Reforms should start from within the community not from outside” Naqvi who was in the city to attend a programme at the Haj House told PTI He said suggestions on ‘triple talaq’ were pouring in from different sections of the society and discussions were underway with all the stakeholders “Some people are supporting while some are opposing It is all part of a healthy democracy As far as the government is concerned we will wait for a consensus before forming any law on triple talaq It (the law) will not be sudden The process is on” Naqvi said “Whatever the government does will be done within the framework of the Constitution but a consensus on triple talaq remains a priority for us” he added The Centre had earlier this week told the Supreme Court that the practices of ‘triple talaq’ ‘nikah halala’ and polygamy had an adverse impact on the social status and dignity of Muslim women and denied them the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution In a fresh written submission filed before the apex court the government has reiterated its earlier stand that these practices render Muslim women “unequal and vulnerable” as compared to the men in the community as well as women from other communities For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 16 2016 1:22 am On Wednesday the state said was not in a position to file a reply in compliance with the HC order as it was not able to ascertain which department dealt with this matter Top News The Bombay High Court Wednesday issued a showcause notice to the chief secretary of the state government asking why the government should not be held in contempt for having failed to file a reply in relation to a matter pertaining to the validity of Darul Qazas (personal law courts) that operate as parallel courts and dispense justice in civil and matrimonial disputes within the Muslim community The court had in April given the state a last chance to file its reply which was not done by the state On Wednesday the state said was not in a position to file a reply in compliance with the HC order as it was not able to ascertain which department dealt with this matter Taking note of this the court asked for the advocate general to appear in the matter However the public prosecutor said she would argue the matter Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news The court then issued a showcause notice to the chief secretary and asked him to file an affidavit explaining why contempt action should not be initiated for not complying with its April 1 orders The PIL filed by social worker Nazir Noor Ali says the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) exceeded its memorandum of association and rules when it set up without legal authority parallel courts (Darul Qazas) to adjudicate on disputes in the community The PIL says the Darul Qazas across Maharashtra should be made to shut down and declared “unconstitutional” It seeks that orders passed by these be declared void and without legal sanctity The AIMPLB was constituted to adopt suitable strategies to protect and apply Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application Act the PIL says adding “However it constituted these parallel Islamic courts which are totally against its main aim and object” [email protected] For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sandeep Singh Sharmistha Mukherjee | Updated: August 12 2015 5:53 am A look into the year-on-year monthly credit growth data for the infrastructure sector over the last two years shows a consistent decline in credit demand from banks which more-than-halved during the period Related News Infrastructure development slated to lead the investment-led recovery of the economy seems to have missed the expectations that the Narendra Modi-led government had brought with it While on one hand the corporate performance for the quarter ended June 2015 reflects a drag in the economy the declining credit growth of banks — as per recently released Reserve Bank of India data —suggests weak investment sentiments across several infrastructure sectors In line with non-food credit growth which hit a two-decade low of 84 per cent in the month ended June 2015 the infrastructure sector too witnessed a sharp decline in credit demand for development of road power and other infra projects over the last two years A look into the year-on-year monthly credit growth data for the infrastructure sector over the last two years shows a consistent decline in credit demand from banks which more-than-halved during the period While credit growth for the overall infrastructure sector hovered around 20 per cent in June 2013 it declined to around 11 per cent in June 2014 And in June 2015 even after more than 14 months have elapsed since the new government — which had brought in hopes of a spectacular revival — took charge signs of any improvement in the sector still remains elusive The month witnessed infrastructure credit growth dipping to around 9 per cent Though the demand from the power sector is still growing in double digits and stood at 131 per cent in June 2015 it has come down sharply from 298 per cent in June 2013 and 144 per cent in June 2014 The road sector however seems to be the worst hit and the credit demand in the sector slowed down to 34 per cent in June 2015 It stood at 215 per cent in June 2013 and had come down to 146 per cent in June 2014 Economists say that the government needs to put in a lot more effort to kick-off the stalled projects in order to improve the borrowing ability of the handful of promoters who are involved in executing these projects While the Centre is rolling out new concessions they say that it alone won’t help and the government needs to look at ways to revive old projects in order to enthuse the banks to lend “The legacy of stalled projects is very high and non-performing assets (NPAs) of the infrastructure sector account for almost 50 per cent of the total NPAs in the banking system Only if the stalled projects are revived the borrowing ability of the companies within the system will improve and banks will get encouraged to lend more” said a former senior RBI official who did not wish to be named There are others who raise similar concern A leading sectoral expert pointed out that while NPAs will have to be taken-off the books of the banks the government will also have to sort out the issue of limited number of promoters operating in this segment “The bandwidth and the capacity of the existing few players is a serious issue that the government needs to fix Also if the NPAs continue to be on the banks’ books they won’t offer credit to them” said the expert There is however a silver lining with the road sector has witnessed pick-up in activity in revival of stalled projects over the last few months In first three months of 2015-16 government has managed to either award or is in advanced stage of finalising 1000 km projects worth around Rs 13500 crore on a build operate transfer (BOT-Toll) basis This is in sharp contrast to the 734 km of roads projects valued at Rs 6300 crore awarded on this mode in the whole of last financial year While the government is aiming at awarding about 2000 km of highway development projects on public-private partnership basis out of its total target of 10000 km for the current financial year the remaining projects will be awarded on engineering procurement construction (EPC) basis and under the newly conceived hybrid annuity model But experts feel that it will take some time before the demand for credit starts trickling in “Credit demand has not picked up because not many new projects have been awarded The pace of execution of old projects is also slow While the ministry has been trying to revive private interest by coming up with new models and participatory structures it will take another three to six months for these to get approvals award bids and see real action happening on-ground” said Vishwas Udgirkar senior director (infrastructure) Deloitte The government however seems enthused with the developments A senior official in the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH) said “We have already awarded two projects in the first three months of this fiscal year; another six are in the pipeline They have all received strong and multiple bids” The government has allocated Rs 42913 crore for the highways sector in the Union Budget 2015-16 for the current fiscal up from Rs 28881 crore in 2014-15 to ensure greater participation in road building in absence of private investment But with such mega projects in the pipeline the government has also been exploring different terms of engagement to lure in the private sector in investing in road infrastructure development projects But this alone won’t help While credit growth reflects the economic activity on the ground experts say that bank’s have to be comfortable lending to the players within these sectors (roads and power) who are stressed with high levels of NPAs An expert said that the formation of National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) will also help as it will help financing in the sector The finance ministry is already in the process of finalising the contours of the proposed NIIF Announced as part of the Budget the NIIF will have an allocation of Rs 20000 crore half of which is expected to come from blue chip public sector units As a means to get long-term funding for core sector projects finance minister Arun Jaitley had said that the NIIF would raise debt and in turn invest as equity in infrastructure finance companies such as the Indian Railway Finance Corporation (IRFC) and National Housing Board (NHB) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News The sensor tracked GPS locations every five minutes. director of the Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. former MLA B Mastan Rao, memorial gurdwara), Inspector General (Prisons) Sulkhan Singh has issued circular to all the jail authorities making it mandatory for them to provide such details. 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