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Worli,Balasaheb Runwal zips around Market Yard on a blue motorbike.” said the report.was being investigated. — Ashok Goswami,Mumbai Law is blind Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s march to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s residence along with top party leaders in order to show solidarity with him is touching (‘Congress rallies behind Manmohan’ IE March 13) Manmohan Singh’s integrity is beyond doubt It is unbelievable that he could have misused his authority for personal benefit or conspired in the coal block allotments But he was a rather helpless prime minister and his hands were tied for most of his tenure Number 10 Janpath and that extra-constitutional super cabinet the National Advisory Council played a vital role in decisionmaking The summons to Manmohan Singh seem to have scared the Congress However street marches and protests won’t help — MC Joshi Lucknow Rights and noses This refers to the editorial ‘Tide of illiberalism’ (IE March 13) There can be no two opinions about the necessity of the freedom of expression This is a right that has been given to us by our Constitution is part of its basic structure and cannot be taken away But at the same time this right does not confer on one the freedom to wound the feelings and sentiments of others I have a right to swing my hand But that right expires where your nose starts We have the freedom to express ourselves through art and writing But should we be allowed to draw profane images and hurt the religious sentiments of others — NR Ramachandran Chennai A time for restraint This refers to ‘Media and the accused’ by Anuj Bhuwania (IE March 12) The writer expounded on the rights of the accused to publicise their views through the media I disagree with Bhuwania that the press should act as a channel for a convicted rapist to disseminate his odious opinions It could easily be misused to further a hidden agenda and garner sympathy in the court of public opinion There is no space for public sentiment in the judicial process Discretion and restraint are the need of the hour The media must recognise the damage it can do in today’s times — as we saw in the recent Dimapur lynching — Gurjant Pannu Chandigarh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Parthasarathi Biswas | Pune | Published: January 30 2017 6:06 am Small Farmers Agrobusiness Consortium has contacted the Mahasangh and mandated it to purchase 20000 MT of the produce for the 40000 MT buffer stock planned (Source: Express photo) Top News In January Farmers’ Producer Companies (FPC)s have managed to procure more than 5000 metric tonnes of tur in the 110 procurement centres in the state Yogesh Thorat Managing Director of the Maharashtra FPC Federation claimed procurement centres have stopped the distress sale of the commodity by the farmers in many parts of the state Small Farmers Agrobusiness Consortium (SFAC) has contacted the Mahasangh and mandated it to purchase 20000 metric tonnes (MT) of the produce for the 40000 MT buffer stock planned FPCs had started procurement centres in the tur growing district which they are handing over to the SFAC at regular intervals The procurement centres too have set up cleaning and grading centres which helps them in meeting the set Fair and Average Quality (FAQ) norms Watch What Else Is Making News: In view of the 20 per cent increase in tur acreage in the state prices of the commodity has been volatile Increased arrival has resulted in a slump in prices and the tur has been trading below the minimum support price (MSP) of Rs 5050 in most markets Low prices had in fact led to distress sale as farmers offloaded their stock in fear of further price drop “We have been purchasing the produce at stipulated MSP and the message has gone through In many of the centres the price of tur has increased between Rs 200-300 per quintal at the wholesale markets” he said Thorat said such procurement centres have stopped the distress sale of tur and allowed farmers to stop the distress sale of the commodity The records released by the Indian Pulses and Grain Association (IPGA) for the months of October November and December showed that more than 24 lakh MT of imported daals had arrived in the country MasurMatar and Chana daals constituted the bulk of the imports Also sizable consignments of tur daal had arrived in the country Pravin Dongre Chairman of IPGA said in view of the low prices of the commodity in the market most of the importers would be incurring losses “We expect a sharp price correction in chana daal from February onwards” he said Dongre added that in view of the persistent low prices of the pulses in wholesale markets government intervention was necessary to present free fall of prices “Cultivation of pulses should be incentivised and a mechanism should be set in place to ensure that farmers get the MSP” he added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 15 2017 4:45 am Top News The Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) has put a stay on the retirement of Dr S C Bansal assistant professor of radio diagnosis at the Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) here on Wednesday The stay has come as a major setback for the PGI director Dr Jagat Ram who had issued the retirement order Professor Bansal had mentioned in the application challenging the retirement order that the age of superannuation of an assistant professor was 65 years and he had turned 62 on January 15 this year So he was yet to attain the age of retirement as he had been redesignated assistant professor on September 5 2016 The case is now slated to come up for hearing on July 17 Passing the order the tribunal said that if the competent authority “intends to revert the applicant to the post of lecturer and then retire him in that eventuality it was incumbent upon the authority to issue show-cause notice to provide the applicant an opportunity to be heard in order to observe the principals of natural justice” Professor Bansal had stated in the application that he was abruptly retired on May 31 this year by the director who is not the competent authority He also said that he had joined as lecturer (medical technology) on an ad hoc basis and continued to work as such till November 2 1993Thereafter he was appointed lecturer (medical technology) and given a letter of appointment on November 2 1993 He was then re-designated assistant professor (non-medical) Pronouncing the order the tribunal held “It is not a matter of dispute that on recommendations of the governing body and with the approval of the institute body the post of lecturer (medical technology) held by the applicant was re-designated as assistant professor (non-medical) in the payscale of assistant professor with orders dated September 5 2016 Once the post of the applicant was redesignated by the governing body the approval of the institute body then the director of the institute becomes functus officio and a very brief impunged order passed by him retiring the applicant would become inoperative” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 4 2017 9:36 am Triple H landed in Mumbai on Tuesday evening (Source: Twitter) Related News Paul Levesque popularly known as Triple H arrived in Mumbai on Tuesday amid much pomp and show – as pictures and videos shared by him on social media show His arrival in the country asWWE’s Executive Vice President of Talent Live Events and Creative only added fuel to fire on expected WWE tour of India with the events set to take place in December Reports have said WWE will host two shows – on December 8 and 9 – at the Indira Gandhi Stadium in New Delhi He shared multiple pictures on his arrival in Mumbai on Tuesday evening with the caption “Been awhile since I’ve been in India… immediately remembered why I love it Thanks for the warm reception @WWEIndia” before sharing another multimedia tweet with his entry at the hotel He wrote “Landed in Mumbai and was warmly greeted A beautiful country with wonderful cultures excited for my visit @WWEIndia” The two nights of WWE will be RAW-brand house shows featuring Smackdown Live’s Jinder Mahal Other superstars listed for the shows are Roman Reigns Finn Balor and Mahal Braun Strowman Alexa Bliss Dean Ambrose Seth Rollins The Miz Sasha Banks and Bayley Been awhile since I’ve been in India… immediately remembered why I love itThanks for the warm reception @WWEIndia pictwittercom/JjwDPpNJIp Triple H (@TripleH) October 3 2017 Landed in Mumbai and was warmly greeted A beautiful country with wonderful cultures excited for my visit @WWEIndia pictwittercom/8xKrw2VPoN Triple H (@TripleH) October 3 2017 WWE have had an eye on the Indian market for some time now with a specific show in Hindi to cater to a larger audience The last time WWE was in India was in January 2016 with shows in Delhi Mumbai and Bengaluru Prior to that WWE had landed in India in 2002 – with the show being branded as “RAW tour of India” Before WWE heads to India it is also expected to return to Abu Dhabi in UAE on December 6 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Anuradha Mascarenhas | Pune | Published: February 2 2017 5:42 am Top News While city-based TB survivor Marzia Dalal applauded the government move to finally focus on the dreaded disease and end it doctors are a tad sceptical “Eliminating TB by 2025 is a pipe dream It is just too optimistic” said Dr Zarir Udwadia consulting chest physician who was the first in the country to identify an extremely dangerous form of TB (XDR-TB) “A politician’s slogan — full of sound but lacking meaning and impossible to implement in our country” Udwadia added He however welcomed the budgetary announcement to reduce the cost of drugs and hoped that “prohibitively expensive second-line TB drugs would get cheaper” Udwadia along with other TB activists welcomed the announcement by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to introduce action plans to end TB along with other diseases like leprosy kala azar measles and filariasis Watch What Else Is Making News But eliminating TB by 2025 when the country is faced with 28 million new patients seems impossible at present unless the government steps up programmes to provide proper nutrition for TB patients and prevent the disease said Blessina Kumar CEO of Global Coalition of TB Activists “We need a clear well-thought plan that can be urgently implemented” Kumar added “Eliminating TB should be taken up along the lines of polio eradication Till today people who are diagnosed with TB do not know what to do or where to go” Kumar said According to Pune Municipal Corporation and Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation TB control officers there are 3800-4000 new TB patients every year While a total of 96 multi-drug resistant (MDR) TB patients from Pune are on treatment another 75 MDR TB patients are from PCMC There are a total of 14 XDR-TB patients and officials said the new policy of providing a daily drug regimen has been introduced from today Meanwhile at the Indian Medical Association officials however welcomed the move to widen the availability of essential drugs across India This will ensure the availability of medicines at reasonable prices and give people access to life-saving medicines they said For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Jasjit Singh | Published: February 7 2012 3:29 am Related News The next step for India is to build design and development capacity> The much delayed process of aircraft acquisition and the excruciatingly tough trials to evaluate the six aircraft on offer has finally led to the shortlisting of the French Rafale as the key MMRCA (Medium Multi-Role Combat Aircraft) for the coming years But there are many items on the acquisition chart to be ticked stilland knowing the complex business of the arms marketthe possibilities of unknown roadblocks or at least hiccups may still have to be overcome although the end result may remain unchanged from what today looks like the final choice The process of acquiring the 126 MMRCAoften termed by the media as the mother of all deals (though the India-Russia deal on Sukhois Su-30MKI for over 300 aircraftwith a follow up T-50 fifth generation fighterwould then have to be called the father of all deals)has taken a long time during which ever more combat aircraft have completed their design lifeleading to a continuing drop in the combat force level of the Indian Air Force But this processsystematic and almost scientific even if rather prolongedshould also finally lay the ghost of Bofors that has been the major cause of delays in defence modernisation for the past quarter century to rest Its utility would last only if the principles on which the shortlisting and final contract are signed became a regular procedure even for aircraft designed and produced domestically But this can only happen if the armed forceswho are the most crucial stakeholders in arms acquisitionsbecome an integrated part of the process from the design to the end state The selection of the Rafale as the IAFs next MMRCA still has quite a distance to goalthough professionally it proves that the IAFs expectations of acquiring more of the Mirage 2000since the end of 2000was professionally sound At another levelthough this factor did not play a part in the current procedureFrance has been a reliable partner in Indias quest for self-reliance in combat aircraft except that previous attempts to manufacture them in India had not borne fruit The first lesson in diversifying sources of arms was learnt when India mobilised and deployed its armed forces on the border in early 1951 in response to Pakistans threat of war And the aircraft selected was the Dassaults Ouragon in preference to the British Meteor US arms aid to Pakistan after 1954 led to an expansion of the IAF and the first fighter selected was the Dassaults Mystere IVAthe most heavily armed combat aircraft that the IAF has had till the Su-30MKI joined the fleet Unfortunatelythis process did not lead to licence manufacture even after the Mirage 2000-H was acquired in early 1980s; andmeanwhilethe French preferred to sell the Mirage III and V to Pakistan Dassault acquired great experience with delta-wing fighters and this now showed up in the Rafale There is still a long process ahead in negotiating the terms of the contract where offsets no doubt will constitute a key factor It would be a gross error to think of the offsets only in terms of the financial element in that 50 per cent of the cost would have to be ploughed back into Indian industry and economy We need to understand that the reason we are buying the MMRCA is that we were not able to design and develop it in spite of having manufactured and overhauled thousands of aircraft and engines in our aircraft industry which has grown into a colossus over the past 72 years The offsets process must be seen as a lever to acquire greater capability in design and development of aircraft and its systems After allthe Rafale has already been designed and over 160 aircraft have been manufactured and are in service with the French Air Forcesome of which were employed in the strikes over Libya But it is obvious that with a life of nearly three to four decades (in actual service)the Rafale will require upgrades in technological terms to a large number of its systems and sub-systems like radarECM systemsetc in another 10-15 years from now The research and development of such upgrades (and the prioritisation of such steps) must be planned now in conjunction with Dassault and other manufacturers of such systems The crux of the matter is that such upgrades must be developed and applied in India by the OEM (original equipment manufacturer) in partnership with Indian entitiespreferably in the private sectorwhich would also help raise the technological and design capabilities in aviation and other sectors and in turn energise Indian industry and economy In the first casesuch an approach may require 70:30 partnerships led by the OEMwhich should lead to Indian companies taking on 70 per cent share by the time the aircraft gets ready for the next major upgrades 10-15 years later These joint ventures would form the base for design and development of systems and components for military and civil aviation in India for the future The government must avoid the temptation of accepting offsets in the shape of already designed systems like mission simulatoras has been done in the case of Lockheed C-130 Super Hercules; or that of seeking to do everything in and through HAL Building design and development capacity and capability in a whole range of weapons connected systems and components/ spares is the route that will make any mother of deals productive and cost-effective in the decades ahead The writera retired Air Commodoreis DirectorCentre for Air Power [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News The writer teaches at IIT Delhi [email protected] "With respect to NATO, a tactic adopted by ‘fidayeen’ (suicide attackers) for the first time in the troubled state." a commission? 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