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In this case, 2011 2:14 am Related News Following the altercation on Thursday between a Metro commuter and staff at the Karkardooma Metro station, 2017 Half Girlfriend is an adaptation of a novel written by Chetan Bhagat by the same name, was paraded on Chinese state television in January, The dispute pertains to the sale of a residential house located in Sector 19, 2010 3:18 am Related News With the increase in fees of private engineering colleges, 2017 9:54 pm Kumkum Bhagya 20th July 2017 full episode written update: Abhi asks them what they did to Pragya but Dadi asks him to calm down and let the media leave.5) and BYD Shenzhen is the largest marketer of electric vehicles in the world.India cannot read from the same script as the US or China Our developmental model is different But it can draw appropriate lessons Sustainable growth will require the catalytic impetus of government for investments in clean energy and innovation The Niti Aayog’s movement for change requires a laser focus on weakening if not breaking the connect between energy demand and environmental degradation It must now develop the roadmap for doing so WATCH THE INDIAN EXPRESS NEWS PLAY LIST The writer is chairman of Brookings India and senior fellow Brookings Institution For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPanaji: Dropping of Gandhi Jayanti from a list of government-endorsed holidays for commercial and industrial establishments in Goa sparked a nationwide controversy forcing a reluctant BJP to call it a mistake even as the Congress demanded an explanation from the union home ministry for the gaffe The notification dropping Gandhi Jayanti (2 October) from the list of holidays for "commercial and industrial" establishments was issued in September last year but it suddenly became a subject of controversy on Saturday with the Congress accusing the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party of insulting Mahatma Gandhi and sullying his image Mahatma Gandhi Getty Images "This clearly shows the hidden agenda of the BJP government This seems like it is just the beginning Hope the government does not have holidays on Nathuram Godse’s birth anniversary in the future" Congress spokesperson Durgadas Kamat told IANS Incidentally while dropping Gandhi Jayanti as a holiday the notification adds an additional holiday on occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi on 18 September making it two holidays in a row for the religious occasion "We want a probe into how this happened and want the holiday restored" Kamat said adding that the Gandhi Jayanti holiday had been a permanent feature in the list of "commercial and industrial" holidays up to 2014 It wasn’t the opposition party alone which was demanding an explanation over the issue BJP’s own MLA and North Goa district president Michael Lobo too expressed dissent and disappointment with the decision to drop the Gandhi Jayanti holiday "I am shocked by this You cannot disrespect the Father of the Nation ignoring all his contributions for India This move is not fair I will complain to the chief minister and deputy chief minister about this and demand restoration (of the holiday)" Lobo said Even as both the government and BJP’s official spokespersons dodged media persons for a major part of the day on Sunday evening Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar broke his silence on the issue calling the content of the notification erroneous and blaming the Congress party for mischief "The government has no intention of dropping Gandhi Jayanti as a holiday If it has happened it was either by mistake or mischief by the Congress There is an election (zilla panchayat) election in Goa the Congress will go to any level to create a controversy" Parsekar told reporters Narendra Savoikar BJP MP from South Goa also tried to clear the air taking to the social media to comment on the issue "The government of Goa’s official calendar for the year 2015 published in January shows October 2 as public holiday Unnecessary unsubstantiated controversy" Savoikar said on Facebook even uploading an image of the Goa government’s official calendar for October on his timeline The department for Information and Publicity too issued a statement after the chief minister’s interaction with the media "The government of Goa has today (Sunday) clarified that Gandhi Jayanti holiday (2 October 2015) has not been cancelled The official calendars of the government have already listed Gandhi Jayanti as a holiday" the statement said But the Congress has rejected this defence "What we are claiming is that Gandhi Jayanti has been dropped from the "commercial and industrial" holidays not from the list of government holidays" Kamat said The Congress has also threatened to take the issue to parliament now with Congress Rajya Sabha MP Shantaram Naik demanding an explanation from union Home Minister Rajnath Singh "The BJP has insulted the Father of the Nation Since the it is a question which involves Mahatma Gandhi Home Minister Rajnath Singh should make a statement" Naik said adding that he would raise the issue in parliament on Monday IANS New Delhi: The third edition of the Raisina Dialogue kicked off on Tuesday with a triple-whammy featuring Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj The theme of this year’s iteration is “Managing Disruptive Transitions: Ideas Institutions and Idioms” and it began on something of a disruptive note Benjamin Netanyahu at the Raisina Dialogue 2018 Twitter/ @orfonline On one hand the trio arrived 15 minutes late into its hour-long engagement and departed 10 minutes early As Swaraj later pointed out this was a ‘rare’ occasion that Netanyahu was on the stage and “Modi was in the crowd” And on the other perhaps more pertinently it was the content of Netanyahu’s speech that acted as the true disruptive element He took the time to underline elements of the energised and most importantly overt India-Israel relationship — after the Modi government — while lavishing praise on how far it has come along in “3000 years” Netanyahu noted that he was ‘astounded to know’ that Modi had brought India’s Ease of Doing Business ranking up 42 places in the past three years He added “If you want to have economic power you must reduce and simplify taxes” There’s a pretty thin veil covering that acknowledgment of the Modi government’s Goods and Services Tax (GST) rollout It would be nave to imagine Netanyahu isn’t aware that India’s Lok Sabha elections are due in 2019 Taking to a platform such as this — crafted ostensibly to facilitate discussion about issues that affect the world — and sounding a ringing endorsement of the host country’s prime minister a year ahead of general elections could be construed as somewhat disruptive Perhaps that was his brief: To disrupt It’s hard to find any other way to describe the opening statements of his short speech in which he went turbo-realist stating “The weak don’t survive The strong survive You make peace with the strong You ally with the strong” Coming moments after ORF chairman Sunjoy Joshi’s opening remark that extolled the virtues of the Raisina Dialogue — which brings together people from different countries to basically have a discussion Netanyahu’s remarks seemed to go somewhat in the opposite direction A year ago the central theme of Narendra Modi’s inaugural address at the 2017 avatar of the Raisina Dialogue appeared to be that of vasudev kutumbakam as he spoke of how countries can only progress if they do so together Tuesday’s differentiation between how the weak and strong must be treated flew completely in the face of that speech Elsewhere over the course of his brief and hit-or-miss speech Netanyahu spoke of the four types of power a country must possess in order to be strong: Military power economic power political power and the power of values The most striking part of his entire little sub-section on power was the line: "I like soft power Hard power is often better" No other line could sum up the tone of his speech as succinctly Perhaps that’s why Modi didn’t take the stage to speak – caught between having to contradict himself and having to contradict his host Or perhaps he just didn’t fancy it Regardless it will be interesting to see what sort of rub if any Netanyahu’s endorsement gives Modi in 2019 2010 6:10 am Related News Saibal Mukherjee, No deaths were reported.

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What was Gandhi’s dream? The economy that puts a premium on non-manual work is not at all likely to bring about that dignity.

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