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Barbara Winton’s late father,end of it, nobody knew what the hell he was talking about.Nobody knew He’s trying to justify why he won’t use it and hesaid radical Islam because he didn’t want to use the wordterrorism" he said "Why he won’t use that term or why he doesn’t use it andhow it doesn’t make difference but it does make adifference" Trump argued and alleged that his Democraticrival Hillary Clinton is blindly following the US President "Then crooked Hillary Clinton gets up the other day andshe wouldn’t use the term She wouldn’t use it But I washitting her hard on it Very hard And finally she gets upand she said ‘I would use it’ And by the way the pressdidn’t report this They said she used the term They didn’tsay about Trump" he said "Clinton gets up and she sort of acted like no problemusing the term And she said ‘I would use the term’ But shedidn’t use it But she didn’t call it radical Islamicterrorism She said radical Islamism And I’m not sayingthat’s wrong Let’s see how much she uses it" he said "She’ll basically do whatever Obama wants her to do Youunderstand why because that whole thing is just ridiculouswhat is going on there That’s just ridiculous How that canhappen in our country today is absolutely one of the greatinsults to law enforcement And let’s see what happens Butshe’s being totally protected She is being 100 per centprotected" Trump said By: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: April 17 2017 2:48 am Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Top News Trinamool Congress secretary general Partha Chatterjee on Sunday brushed aside speculations that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was going to Bhubaneswar on April 18 to hold a rally Chatterjee said Mamata was going to Bhubaneswar to meet party MP Sudip Bandyopadhyay who has been admitted to a private hospital there following his arrest by the CBI in the Rose Valley chit fund scam Mamata will leave for Bhubaneswar on Tuesday and offer prayers at the Jagannath Temple in Puri the same day She will reportedly stay there till April 20 “A handful of electronic and print media after quoting sources said that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is going to Bhubaneswar to hold a political rally I am clearly saying that Mamata Banerjee who is also the chief of All-India Trinamool Congress is going there to meet our party MP Sudip Bandyopdhyay who is ill and currently admitted at a hospital Earlier our party leader Subrata Bakshi and I had paid a visit to him He had requested that the CM should also meet him” Chatterjee said “Due to her busy schedule to inaugurate government projects across all districts she did not get time to visit him till now She has decided to pay him a visit now to enquire about his health However the media has reported that she is going there to hold political rally but neither Odisha Trinamool Congress nor All-India Trinamool Congress has any plan to organise such a rally in Bhubaneswar” he added Chatterjee went on to criticise BJP national president Amit Shah’s remark that “golden age for BJP would arrive if they ruled all states” “Before reaching the golden age first they have to go through Bronze Age Silver Age and Iron Age To do that they must have a history of organised movement Before challenging Mamata Banerjee and her party they must understand the psyche of the people of West Bengal I would once again remind the Union government that it must release funds for the development projects in the state to help the people” he said For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: March 3 2017 4:33 am Top News The work on the Sardar Sarovar Dam on Narmada river will be completed by March 31 2017 said deputy CM Nitin Patel in the Gujarat Assembly on Thursday “The construction work of the dam bridge and installation of the (radial) gates have been completed Supplementary work involving installation of a submersible pump in the dam’s gallery lighting installation of gantry cranes on the dam are under progress” said Patel in his reply to a question raised by BJP MLA Motilal Vasava during the Question Hour WATCH WHAT ELSE IS IN THE NEWS “I am happy to tell the House that the total height of the dam 13868 meters (full reservoir level) has been completed during the reign of our BJP government… It was Narendra Modi who after becoming the PM gave the permission to raise the height of the dam” Patel said as the Congress members started protesting Nitin Patel pointed out that the UPA government headed by Manmohan Singh did not give the necessary permission even though all relief and rehabilitation work was completed in 2010 The Leader of the Opposition Shankersinh Vaghela objected to the reply and said that deputy CM should give “pointed” replies The members of the Congress party continued to protest till the end of the Question Hour Later while addressing mediapersons Congress leader Shaktisinh Gohil said “They do not have the permission to close the radial gates on top of the dam By April 1 they should get this permission in the interest of the people of Gujarat” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Aditya Puri | Published: May 29 2013 2:42 am Related News Softer commodity prices may help growthwiden the window for policy response The crack in gold prices that appeared over the last few weeks could well be the decisive end of the super-cycle in the yellow metal This was perhaps inevitable Over the last 10 yearsthe price of gold has risen from $312 per ounce (average price in 2002) to $1675 per ounce (average price in 2012)that isan annualised return of 18 per cent over the period No asset classat least in recorded financial historyhas sustained this kind of return over such a long period Thusa sharp correction seemed to be overdue The reasons why gold prices are unlikely to stage a dramatic recoveryat least in the foreseeable futureare to be found in the very factors that led to the surge in its prices in the first place Gold has historically been held as a hedge against economic uncertainty and inflation The 2008 financial crisis and the turmoil that followed sent investors scurrying for the safety that gold offeredbidding prices up sharply in the process For economies like Indiawhich incidentally was a major contributor to global gold demand (in 2011-12 it imported 800 tonnes)it was the spectre of rising inflation that tilted household portfolios in favour of gold Both these risks have dissipated It is true that pockets of potential financial stress remainparticularly in the eurozones periphery The Cyprus imbroglio was perhaps a wake-up call that reminded us that risks still linger in the global financial system That saidthe possibility of a full-blown crisis has certainly waned This is partly the result of structural improvements in these economies (current account deficits have improved for instance) and risk-mitigation policies like the European Central Banks Open Market Transactions (OMT) policy If the risk of financial implosion has waneda moderation in the demand for a safe-haven asset should naturally follow The correction in gold prices is a reflection of this Global and domestic inflation is also softening Aggregate global inflation is likely to be 38 per centa tad lower than last year In Indiawhere the inflation-gold demand link has been the strongestthere are the initial signs of what could be a sustained decline in inflation Thusthe appetite for gold as an inflation hedge is also diminishing There are a couple of other specific risks Cyprus had to sell 400 million euros from its gold reserves to tide over its crisisraising fears that gold reserve sales by central banks would be part of the banking/fiscal crisis resolution mechanism This could entail a large quantum of gold supply from European central banks if larger economies like Italy and Spain were to face stress Alsothere is an increasing risk of the US Fed winding down its quantitative easing programme in the second half of 2013 As fewer dollars are printedthis would be positive for the US dollar and negative for gold Howevergold is not the only commodity whose prices have come under pressure The CRB metals indexa composite index of traded metalsshowed a decline of 9 per cent between February and April this year Unlike goldmetals are not a store of value but reflect expectations of economic conditions These markets are now coming around to the view that going forwardglobal growth is likely to remain tepid and liquidity infusion alone cannot justify the kind of valuations they fetched The fact that Europe is stuck in the doldrums has been recognised by the markets for a while now What seems to have spooked the markets now is the fact that after showing tentative signs of revival in the last quarter of 2012China seems to be faltering again Its growth in the first quarter of 2013 was a disappointing 77 per cent and there is a risk of further deceleration India would be lucky to get to 6 per cent For the emerging markets as a wholegrowth is likely to be a paltry 51-53 per cent this year To put things in perspectivein 2007emerging markets grew by 88 per cent The upshot is that emerging market demand is unlikely to pick up the slack from Europe and other developed markets While the prospect of subdued global growth has kept commodity prices under a lid there is an additional development that could keep energy prices especially soft going ahead Better extraction technology through means such as fracking and horizontal drilling in the US has expanded the supply of shale gas and oiland has reduced their cost of production Increased supply of shale has pushed global gas prices lower and has meant that the contribution of shale gas to the total natural gas requirement of the US has gone up from a mere 1 per cent in 2000 to 25 per cent in 2012 Together with increased shale oil productionthis has meant greater energy self-sufficiency for the USwhich has helped the country meet 84 per cent of its energy needs in 2012 While increased shale oil production has had only a modest impact on global oil pricesgiven its small share in global oil supplythe real drag on oil prices is likely to come from the increasing substitution of relatively more expensive crude oil with shale gas as a primary energy source Some of this shift in the energy mix is already visible in the US with shale gas slowly replacing oil as an energy source in several areas such as petrochemicals manufacturingheat generation and railways With the development of technologyit is likely that this shift in the energy mix of the US could be replicated across the worldtaking the pressure off global oil demand and pushing oil prices lower The salutary impact of falling global commodity prices has been the most apparent in countries that are large net importers of commodities like India Falling gold prices and reduced investment for gold could mean a substantial reduction in the gold import billeven if lower prices were to encourage some rise in jewellery demand It is quite possible that the import bill settles in the $40 billion ballpark in 2013-14 instead of $50 billion for 2012-13 Thats a straight reduction of 05 per cent of GDP in the current account deficit There are also other effects that could sustain With the commodity intensity of the manufactured goods basket of the WPI at 40 per centthe global commodity price moderation has (along with weak domestic demand) pulled manufactured goods inflation lower from 64 per cent in August 2012 to 41per cent in March 2013 There could be a further reduction going forward Taking the effects of softer industrial commodityoil and gold pricesit is possible to forecast the current account gap at a good 07-12 per cent of GDP lower for 2013-14 than its level of 5 per cent that is estimated for 2012-13 Needless to saylower commodity pricesoil in particularare likely to mean that the pressure on the subsidy bill and the fisc could also abate While these developments could themselves support domestic growth in the year aheadthe prospect of narrower macro imbalances and lower inflation as a result of softer global commodity prices could also enhance the window for policy responses by the RBI and the government to address current growth concerns The writer is chief executive officer of HDFC Bank [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by P Chidambaram | Updated: May 1 2016 10:57 am Chief Justice of India TS Thakur Top News The subject cannot be dealt with in a single column nevertheless I think I should make a beginning The break down of the justice-delivery system is happening before our eyes Ask any judge of any court or ask any lawyer and they will tell you that it is only pretence that is keeping a smile on the faces of judges The numbers tell the story Against 1065 approved posts of judges in the High Courts only 633 judges are in place In the subordinate courts there are 4432 vacancies (in 20502 posts) Pendency of cases at different levels was: > Subordinate courts: 26488405 (Dec 2014) > High Courts: 4153957 (Dec 2014) > Supreme Court: 59468 (Feb 2016) Insufficient judges unwilling lawyers The problems of the justice-delivery system have been discussed debated and dissected so many times and in so many reports that if any one suggests another “study” before some obvious reforms are done he deserves to be shot The core of the problem is that we have too few judges: just 12 judges per million population We need more judges The demand is there but where is the supply On top of that we have a system of judges appointing judges that in the view of some has turned the Constitutional provision on its head The result: there is vehement disagreement between the Judiciary on the one hand and the Executive/Parliament on the other on the manner of appointment of judges Few able and successful lawyers are ready to accept judgeship The only sure source of recruitment to the High Court is from the rank of District Judge but long years in the lower judiciary leave very few unscathed by truth or allegations In desperation a certain number of judges have been appointed from time to time but the quality of appointments has been uneven The justice-delivery system requires a root and branch reform We can start anywhere but if we want quick and visible results it is better to start at the top That is why the proposal for a National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) and the new proposal for a National Court of Appeal (a level between the High Courts and the Supreme Court) have gained traction Appellate jurisdiction Why a Court of Appeal For a number of reasons — insufficient number of judges workload proliferation of laws complex disputes new jurisdictions etc — the quality of judgements delivered by the High Courts is not high or even More and more judgements and orders are appealed against In the case of new jurisdictions conferred on the High Courts there is a genuine need to provide one court of appeal both on facts and law Today appeals from the High Courts as well as from various Appellate Tribunals land up in the Supreme Court The earlier restraints of seeking a certificate or leave to appeal from the High Court have been done away with Article 136 of the Constitution which is strictly a provision to seek special leave to appeal has virtually become a regular provision for appeal The only gatekeeper is the Supreme Court which dismisses most SLPs at the stage of admission but it has to hear the case before it dismisses it Nevertheless the docket keeps growing; so does the backlog; and the Supreme Court has become a court of correction The judges have no choice but to sit in benches of two judges If the status of the Supreme Court must be restored to that of a truly Constitutional Court it must shed most of the work it does now — and create another competent forum that will take over that work Hence the case for a Court of Appeal Nearly 80 per cent of the SLPs now heard by the Supreme Court — pleas for bail for eviction or protection from eviction for appointment of arbitrators for interim orders; appeals from criminal cases or civil suits or interim orders; Service labour matrimonial and land acquisition cases etc — can be heard by the Court of Appeal and the outcome will be just as satisfactory as a judgement rendered by the Supreme Court We have enough distinguished judges in the High Courts who can be appointed to the Court of Appeal until they attain the age of 65 — same as a Supreme Court judge Five regional benches of the Court of Appeal will require about 40 judges and they will be happy and proud to serve for three more years Restore constitutional court This will also pave the way for reform of the Supreme Court A smaller court with no more than 20 outstanding jurist-judges; deeper selection from among judges jurists and senior lawyers; benches of not less than three judges; the Constitution Bench as a regular feature; more time devoted to a case; quicker disposal; and well-considered judgements that will declare the law for the whole country will be some of the benefits that will accrue thanks to the reform Concurrently the issue of NJAC should be resolved paving the way for appointment of the best available talent to the higher judiciary The Chief Justice of India proposed the idea of a Court of Appeal but I was dismayed when the Government too quickly and abruptly shot it down I hope the idea is still alive and will be debated In addressing the complex matter of delivery of justice the idea would be a beginning of the end of an over-burdened and choked Supreme Court and the restoration of a true Constitutional Court Other reforms should follow quickly Website: pchidambaramin | Twitter: @Pchidambaram_IN For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top News

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