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Before the floodlights came up,MSEDCL awarded a contract for bill collection service through any time payment machines (ATP) to M/s ADD Technologies (India) Limited which further gave a sub-contract to M/s Smart Detective and Allied Service (India) Pvt Ltd for amount collection through cash and cheques.420 (cheating) and 34 (common intention) of the Indian Penal Code. There are after all few more powerful beacons of hope for the millions of disenfranchised around the world than the sight of poor,achievement? It could legitimately be the latter for Obamas successful presidential campaign did pull America back from the path of militant adventurismand to that extent it has contributed to peace It might however be the former as the Obama presidency cannot take credit for any tangible peace achievement If indeed it is the former then some one might wish to test the Nobel Committees definition of hope by proposing the Indian electorate for next years award • I spent Diwali with my father in Udaipur It was a celebration no different in essence from the way millions of other families brought in the New Year There were diyaspujas and the house was filled with the sounds of ritual and tradition Across the gate of the house however I heard a very different noise It was the cacophony of modernity the clamour of shopkeepers and shoppers; the din of traffic; the tumult of restaurantsinternet cafes and chaotic consumerism Sitting in the verandah of our old houseI wondered at the consequence of the interplay of two worlds one rooted in tradition and moulded by the prismatic heterogeneity of our diverse traditions and multiple identities and the other driven by the monochromatic homogeneity of the forces of globalisation and technology I wondered how these two worlds could coexist It seemed to me there was a fundamental disjunct between them Those who sought material fulfillment in todays competitive world would perforce have to leave behind their local identities And yet this was precisely what people did not want to do They wanted somehow to live within the circles of economic well-being and growth and those of familyrootsculture and tradition The thought ran through my mind that the essential challenge of sustainable development was to find a way of balancing the quadruple demands of economic growthsocial justiceenvironmental protection and local identity And that if even one of these planks of development were out of synch with the othersprogress would be qualitatively and directionally compromised Whenever I am within the four walls of our old home I feel comforted by the sense of belonging and identity that it imparts Whenever I leave it I am alarmed and impressed at the freneticism of aspiration I wonder then how the interplay of these two worlds will shape the future • Are we back to the future Barely 12 months ago the global economy was reeling There was worldwide concern of another great depression Today however most people see green shoots of recovery I wonder: what has fundamentally changed over the past year Have the banks cleansed their balance sheets of toxicity; have consumers fully deleveraged their debt; are the financial imbalances between creditor (China) and debtor (the US) headed towards correction; is growth creating new jobsetc I am no expert but from all that I have read I do not think the underlying triggers of last years crisis have been sustainably defused I know that the massive injection of liquidity by governments has pulled the world economy back from the brink but I remain unconvinced that it has pushed them onto a pathway that does not allow for a retracing of steps Greenpans phrase irrational exuberence hasalascrept back into my mind The writer is chairmanShell Group of Companies in India Views expressed are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | London | Published: April 20 2016 3:56 pm Oscar-winning singer Adele’s biggest hits have been converted into lullabies Related News Oscar-winning singer Adele’s biggest hits have been converted into lullabies The Rockabye Baby brand has reworked 27-year-old British singer’s songs like “Chasing Pavements” “Someone Like You” “Make You Feel My Love” and “Skyfall” reported Digital Spy In the past the company has converted the music of more than 70 artists to infant-friendly nighttime tunes from the likes of U2 Coldplay Foo Fighters Maroon 5 Rihanna and Taylor Swift “Lullaby Renditions of Adele” will be out on April 29 Entertainment Videos by Indian Express For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsColombo: Sri Lanka’s test opener Kaushal Silva was taken to hospital on Sunday after being hit on the head by a cricket ball while fielding in a domestic match File photo of Kaushal Silva AFP Sri Lanka Cricket said that Silva was struck during a match in Pallekele His scans were clear but he was flown to a hospital in the capital Colombo for further tests and observation the cricket body added Silva has played 24 test matches for Sri Lanka and scored 1404 runs at an average of 31 "Kaushal was fielding at short leg when he got hit" espncricinfocom quoted national team manager Charith Senanayake as saying According to Senanayake Sri Lanka vice-captain Dinesh Chandimal "swept right onto the back of Kaushal’s head He did take evasive action but still the ball hit him" The website said Silva was wearing a helmet with additional padding a design introduced for player safety after the death of Australia batsman Phillip Hughes after being struck by a ball on the head in November 2014 Sunday’s match was part of Sri Lanka’s preparations for its tour of England next month with the first of three tests starting at Headingley on 19 May Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: September 11 2013 12:20 am Related News Students of MBACIT second semester of Master Tara Singh Memorial College for Women secured top ranks in final examination May 2013 conducted by the Panjab UniversityChandigarh MBACIT offers combination of three disciplines Commerce Management & IT Shilpa Rani stood first scoring 7892 per cent marks Harpreet Kasur and Neha Dhir ranked second and third by scoring 7559 per cent and 7508 per cent marks respectively For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Published: March 15 2014 1:11 am Students celebrate Holi in the capital on Friday PRAVEEN KHANNA Related News With fractures and head injury cases in Delhi showing a sharp spike every year around Holi hospitals are preparing for the long festival weekend this year Teams have been appointed to look after emergency cases from Saturday Doctors say such cases are first seen a day or two ahead of the festival peaking on the festival date with sporadic cases continuing a day or two after the festival “People tend to play Holi on rooftops and throw water balloons In many cases people get inebriated and many tend to fall from heights resulting in fractures and head injuries Last year we got around 70-80 such cases” a senior consultant in orthopaedics from Lok Nayak Hospital said AIIMS Trauma Centre is usually assisted by a decontamination team from the National Disaster Response Force on Holi with jet showers and tankers to “cleanse” patients of colours many of which may contain contaminated materials that could cause infection in doctors In 2012 AIIMS Trauma Centre treated 347 patients on Holi — 232 of them being medico-legal cases Of the 25 admitted on Holi 11 underwent neurosurgery five orthopaedic surgeries and nine general surgeries In 2013 312 patients were seen at the emergency For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sonal Gera | New Delhi | Updated: June 9 2015 12:51 pm The anticipation will surely build the stakes up Watch the making of the teaser here Related News What is ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ Salman Khan’s fans would define it as another Eid release and a blockbuster trade experts “BLOCK BUSTER” and the media – a movie that brought the Khan trinity back together as it was Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan who unveiled the movie’s teaser Also read – Salman Khan’s ‘simple funda’: Don’t put my friends colleagues down But for the makers of the movie it is – a magnum opus a cinematic landmark and an emotional journey And a lot of inspiration and perspiration must have gone into making such a movie To showcase the journey of ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ the makers have decided to present the “making” of the movie but for that there’s a teaser again The anticipation will surely build the stakes up Watch the making of the teaser here: For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Updated: September 18 2015 2:45 am Suspected dengue patients at Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital Related News Two superspecialty hospitals of the Delhi government at Tahirpur and Janakpuri will get 400 new beds by Sunday as part of the health department’s efforts to ensure that no dengue patient is turned away due to lack of beds amid the worst outbreak of the disease in years As the government’s existing hospitals run out of space these two hospitals — meant for specialised fields like gastroenterology nephrology and cardiology — have been roped in to manage the new beds for dengue patients Incidentally indoor facilities are yet to start in the two superspecialty hospitals and a majority of their existing 950 beds remain unoccupied seven years after they were constructed at a cost of nearly Rs 200 crore Till date out-patient department (OPD) services and day-care dialysis procedures are the only facilities available at the hospitals built in an area of around 22 acres Share This Article Related Article “They are bringing in new beds when we are unable to utilise three times the existing number of beds Superspecialists will be treating dengue patients because they could not make those departments — which we were meant to work in — functional” said a senior nephrologist at the Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital in Tahirpur Over the years a series of proposals were put forward to make the two superspecialty hospitals functional including two Request for Proposals (RFPs) for PPP projects companies were shortlisted and then rejected and discussions were held with the central government Before the 2014 elections the then administration formed two autonomous bodies to take charge of the hospitals in a bid to expedite the hiring of doctors and staff and the purchase of equipments But several months later indoor facilities are yet to start in these hospitals Another 200 beds of the 1000 new beds purchased by the health department to deal with the outbreak will be deputed to the Ashok Vihar hospital according to government officials However many experts welcomed the decision to make the superspecialty hospitals functional “Public money has been spent to construct them…For so many years they have been lying virtually unused They should have started using them for dengue patients sooner maybe even the existing beds” said Dr K K Aggarwal of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) Other government hospitals like Lok Nayak Hospital have also started creating space for additional beds which are expected to arrive by Sunday Meanwhile the central government’s Safdarjung hospital which has faced flak over shortage of beds and its inability to accommodate the influx of patients has started using its high-dependency units for those suffering from dengue The units equipped with monitors and other equipments is usually meant for patients who have just been discharged from the ICU and need regular monitoring “Ideally they are meant for post-surgical critical patients in departments like cardiology and neurology but now even this set-up is being used to make space for dengue and fever patients” said sources For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKolkata: A 21-year-old Mohun Bagan supporter met with a tragic end while returning from the I-League football derby match in Siliguri where he died of an accident at Baranagar Road Railway Station on Monday Representational image AFP Soumya Mukherjee of 41 D D Mondal Ghat Road Dakshineswar met with an accident while disembarking from the train on his return from Siliguri after watching yesterday’s derby Mohun Bagan stated in a release He was rushed to R G Kar Medical College and Hospital at 8:30 am under critical condition and he succumbed to his injuries around 11:15 am The club management and members deeply mourn his death and extend their heartfelt condolences to the grieving family Mohun Bagan said The much hyped I-League football derby between East Bengal and Mohun Bagan at Kanchenjunga Stadium in Siliguri ended in a goalless draw with both teams goalkeepers returning heroes None of their ace marksmen failed to fire a goal as East Bengal’s TP Rehenesh was adjudged man-of-the-match with his resolute display under the bar in the first-half Mohun Bagan’s Debjit Majumder stole the show in the last period with an equally dazzling display as in the end the crowd returned dejected without witnessing a goal from high-profile derby By: IANS | Mumbai | Published: October 21 2016 8:59 pm Remo D’souza who received the mixed response for his last directorial venture A Flying Jatt says he would love to make a sequel to the superhero film Top News Ace choreographer-filmmaker Remo D’souza who received a mixed response for his last directorial venture A Flying Jatt says he would love to make a sequel to the superhero film “I made this film with a lot of hard-work and devotion and yes I would love to make a sequel But I am aware of the fact that a lot of people did not enjoy A Flying Jatt’ so we will put in more dedication in the sequel for everyone to love and appreciate it” Remo told IANS ahead of the film’s premiere on Saturday on Zee Cinema “The prime reason behind making ‘A Flying Jatt’ was that there are barely any ‘desi’ superhero films in Bollywood which Indians can relate to I wanted to exhibit that a superhero is more than just superpowers and leads a normal life like the others do I wanted to attach a human factor to a superhero” he added This was the first time Remo worked with Tiger Shroff in a film Talking about the “Heropanti” actor Remo said: “I had a great time with Tiger on the sets of ‘A Flying Jatt’ He is very passionate and dedicated when it comes to his work I know his sincerity and definitely would love to work with him again” Remo was last seen on the small screen as the super judge on “Dance+ Season 2” He feels that today’s youth is more keen on choosing dance as a career option “Youngsters are selecting dance as a profession and are aiming for an aspiring career in the field of dance I am happy to see that we brought about that change and encouraged young people to opt for dance as their path” Remo said On the career front Remo is currently working on another script with actors Ajay Devgn and Sooraj Pancholi Watch:Beat Pe Booty – A Flying Jatt | Tiger S Jacqueline F | Sachin Jigar Vayu & Kanika Kapoor He will also return with the third part of “ABCD” which he said will “commence somewhere around mid-2017” “For me ‘ABCD’ cast is a family we move together and no one leaves The spectacular cast of ‘ABCD’ was seen in the second part and would be seen in the third part also We plan to continue that way for the ‘ABCD’ franchise” he said For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 20 2016 8:36 pm Rio Games organisers have had to get advance payments from the IOC while also asking for public funds to complete preparations (Source: Reuters) Top News The Rio de Janeiro Olympics which come to an end on Sunday were an iconic Games despite a long list of problems and a lack of cash International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach said on Saturday A day before the closing ceremony of the first Olympics on the South American continent Bach said: “These were and still are iconic Olympic Games in many respects We have seen iconic athletes across all sports seen athletes who were icons and even strengthened their positions like Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt And others who became icons here “We all saw the level of competition over all sports was extremely high with stunning performances from the athletes This really is the spirit of the Games” he told reporters in his closing news conference Rio organisers struggled with transportation security empty stands and a shortage of funds as Brazil was gripped by its worst recession since the 1930s with political turmoil further hampering preparations Rio won the right to host the Games in 2009 amid a booming economy but due to a severe economic crisis over the past few years organisers have had to get advance payments from the IOC while also asking for public funds to complete preparations For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: May 3 2013 4:28 am Related News The Gujarat High Court (HC) amicus curiae has moved an application before the court to initiate contempt proceedings against the state government for not complying with the courts directionsgiven in connection with poor infrastructure and implementation of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act in February this year Following the applicationthe state government on Thursday sought time to file an affidavit on the steps taken by it The court has kept the matter for further hearing on June 13 In spite of the courts order to comply with the directions and to file a compliance report in that regardthe state government did nothing It didnt even file an application to seek more time to comply with the directions Following thiswe have moved an application to initiate contempt proceedings against the state government? it doesn’t concern because if you look at statistics, "At this stage no decision has been made on a replacement. the reigning Wimbledon singles champion, Job burnout is debilitating psychological condition which has serious repercussion on individual health as also on the organisational effectiveness,In the international market.

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