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Mohali SP (Traffic) S S Bains said that they had written to the administration about all the black spots and requested them to install the traffic lights or reflectors so that the number of accidents could be reduced. There will also be at least one compulsory annual training linked to increment and promotion, in white and black, In this he resembles our prime minister. Moreover.

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She said Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa wanted to make Tamil Nadu as the top tourist destination in the country An estimate was being prepared for a world class bus stand in Mamallapuram for which Central funds had also been sought For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | London | Published: June 23 2017 7:48 pm Chris Froome has said he was not aware of other riders in the British outfit taking it (Source: Reuters) Top News Three-times Tour de France winner Chris Froome has said he was never offered or administered the powerful corticosteroid triamcinolone by Team Sky and was not aware of other riders in the British outfit taking it His former team mate and fellow Briton Bradley Wiggins who won the Tour in 2012 was legally given triamcinolone shortly before the 2011 and 2012 Tours and the 2013 Giro d’Italia to treat pollen allergies that aggravated asthma Wiggins was allowed to take triamcinolone after being cleared by cycling’s world governing body (UCI) under a therapeutic use exemption (TUE) which allows athletes to take otherwise banned substances to treat medical conditions During an ongoing investigation by UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) into allegations of possible wrongdoing by the British team it was disclosed earlier this year that 55 doses of triamcinolone had been ordered by Team Sky between 2010 and 2013 However Froome who like Wiggins had his medical records including the use of TUEs made public by Russian cyber hackers Fancy Bears last year said he had never used triamcinolone “I can only speak about my experiences in the team at the time” Froome who is focused on trying to win a fourth Tour de France at next month’s race told The Guardian “I certainly haven’t been offered triamcinolone in the team” Team Sky has been under a cloud over the contents of a ‘jiffy bag’ delivered to the team’s then doctor Richard Freeman at the 2011 Criterium du Dauphine A newspaper report alleged it was triamcinolone although team principal Dave Brailsford said the package contained the legal flu treatment Fluimucil Brailsford told a parliamentary committee in December that “mistakes were made” in Team Sky’s record-keeping but he has always denied that the team was involved in any wrongdoing The saga is likely to drag on throughout the Tour de France and 32-year-old Froome who is negotiating a new deal with Sky where he is under contract until the end of next year said it was an unnecessary distraction “Honestly I haven’t given it much thought” he said “It’s not something I’ve gone and done my own investigation on I’ve been so focused on getting ready for (the Tour in) July “I can only speak about my experience in the team It hasn’t been my experience that triamcinolone has been handed out freely as has been suggested” Team Sky have said that only a small amount of the triamcinolone was administered to riders under TUEs with the rest being used to treat staff members For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: June 7 2017 1:22 am Related News AFTER RECEIVING a directive from Calcutta High Court on Tuesday doctors performed postmortem on the body of a CPM worker who received injuries during Left Front’s march to Nabanna last month and later died at RG Kar hospital on Sunday The family of the deceased Salil Basu (60) and the CPM leadership had alleged that he died after he was hit on head by policemen on May 22 Basu’s family has been demanding a postmortem since his death on June 4 Sabita Basu’s sister prayed for the postmortem before Justice Joymalyo Bagchi at Calcutta High Court on Tuesday Petitioner’s counsel Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharya submitted before Justice Bagchi that a postmortem was required to find out the reason behind Basu’s haemorrhagic stroke which was stated as a cause of his death in his death certificate Justice Bagchi after hearing Bhattacharya and state counsel directed the surgeon superintendent of SSKM Hospital to conduct the postmortem and make a video of the procedure The court also directed the Kolkata Police Commissioner to depute an officer not below the rank of assistant commissioner of police to take possession of the body from the family and produce the same before the surgeon superintendent of the hospital “The court directed the superintendent of SSKM Hospital to set up a three-member team of doctors and the postmortem will be conducted under the supervision of that team” Bhattacharya told The Indian Express after the court gave the directive The postmortem was conducted and the body has been handed over to the family Basu was cremated in the evening The court directed the state government to submit a report before it on June 12 The CPM worker who took part in the ‘March to Nabanna’ had returned home with head injuries and next day participated in a protest rally during which he fell unconscious He was taken to RG Kar hospital where he died Police however denied the allegation and said that Basu had suffered head injuries after he fell in his bathroom For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsFrom almost all states opposing the Goods and Services Tax (GST) on some grounds or the other till two years ago apparently only Tamil Nadu is still holding out At least that’s what Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely informs the country According to him “virtually” all states have agreed to GST except Tamil Nadu There was no word on Jammu and Kashmir which had said even last year that it was unlikely to comply with the GST regime because it would take away the state’s exclusive authority on tax legislation For J&K it’s about the unwillingness to give up its special powers; or in simple terms its autonomy as a state File photo of J Jayalalithaa PTI That’s the problem with Tamil Nadu too Its reasons for resisting a uniform countrywide tax system that will subsume a host of national and state taxes is this fear It may appear economic — or rather its manifestations might be economic — but the real reason is political When J&K flags special powers and suggests resource-sharing instead of revenue sharing for effective “cooperative federalism” than “coercive federalism” Tamil Nadu’s apparent fear is the loss of autonomy than loss of revenue when the country steamrolls uniform systems on an un-uniform country The Union Government has been insisting that it would compensate for the loss of revenues in the states for five years (100 percent for the first three years and 75 percent and 50 percent in the fourth and fifth years respectively) by which time the GST would have been established That may be fine with the consuming states which obviously would only gain from its share of a uniform tax but Tamil Nadu is a manufacturing state and hence losing the power of collecting taxes at origin is a loss of an upper hand that it had assiduously built over the years Compensation of losses cannot replace that sense of autonomy In fact Chief Minister Jayalalithaa’s explainer on Tuesday on why the state is not happy with the GST betrays this apprehension Among her concerns the foremost seems to be about the GST council the constitutional body that will be set up to govern the new regime And it’s political According to her the Council would jeopardise the autonomy of the state in fiscal matters and would also impinge on the legislative sovereignty of the state because the decision-making and voting weight give the Centre the upper hand and “an effective veto” More over there is no distinction among the states in weight which she feels should be based on their respective representation in Rajya Sabha As the chief minister of the country’s second largest economy and the second most industrialised state where the industrial growth far exceeds the national average she is justified in being protective about her political and economic autonomy There is no need for federal parity at the cost of the state’s interests As she says the GST has different implications on different states based on the size and reliance on tax-revenues Some have nothing to lose and only to gain and hence easily accede to a uniform system while others which are origins of wealth fear a justifiable sense of loss “It is quite clear that a manufacturing state like Tamil Nadu will permanently lose substantial revenue if GST is implemented due to the shift of the levy from the point of origin to the point of destination and also due to the phasing out of central sales tax and the transfer of input tax credit on inter-state sales and inter-state stock transfers to the destination states Due to the difficulty in fixing even nominally high revenue-neutral rates it is expected that the extent of revenue loss under GST would be around Rs 9270 crore for Tamil Nadu” Jayalalithaa said On the demand of keeping petroleum and petroleum products out of the ambit of GST permanently Jayalalithaa is not alone For TN along with Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh it’s a huge earner It accounts for about 20 percent of the sales tax collections in these states which in fact top the list The scale and relevance of this sector was noted in TN’s interim budget presented in February which said the loss from Petroleum taxes because of falling prices and poor realisation alone set the state’s revenue back by Rs 4000 crore TN’s consent without a hard bargain will be a compromise on whatever autonomy even if it’s psychological it can retain Similarly its position on tobacco is also well placed because states should be allowed to tax tobacco and liquor freely – even punitively GST may or may not work the way it has done elsewhere in the world particularly in rich countries It may widen the tax base and reduce the overall tax burden may spur economic growth and lead to more tax revenues; but the fear of TN with its hard-earned political and economic autonomy is not misplaced because India is not Australia or Canada It’s the state and local administrations that deliver services to the people of India and not the Centre and hence TN cannot give up even part of its autonomy without a debate It’s a state that always stood up to attempts of socio-political homogenisation Resistance to GST is a reflection of this awareness and an assertion of its multi-faceted autonomy Eighteen injured in bomb attack on police vehicle in Turkey’s Mersin province | Reuters India Reuters Oct 17 2017 23:45:09 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Oct 17 2017 23:45 PM | Updated Date: Oct 17 2017 23:45 PM Tags : By: Express News Service | Updated: March 22 2015 11:34 pm SC ruling on Jat reservation calls for a broader understanding of social backwardness Related News The Supreme Court’s decision to cancel the inclusion of Jats in the central OBC (Other Backward Classes) list in nine states underscores the need to understand affirmative action as an instrument to address social backwardness in a broader framework of deprivation and not merely in terms of historical injustice determined only by caste This intervention is timely since the reservation policy has increasingly become hostage to electoral politics with numerically — and politically — influential middle castes insisting on climbing down the caste hierarchy to claim social backwardness and corner benefits provided under the OBC quota In the case of the Jat reservation the advice of the National Commission for Backward Classes the body meant to approve the claim for backwardness was overruled by the Manmohan Singh government with the justification that the move was in the public interest But the timing was unfortunate leaving the government open to the charge of caving in to the demands of the Jat community in order to reap electoral benefits in the Lok Sabha polls As the SC points out “self-proclaimed” social backwardness can’t be a basis for government policy: accurate and current data must be provided to substantiate the claim The apex court’s observations also frame social backwardness as a fluid and evolving category with caste as one of the markers of discrimination Gender culture purchasing power and so on could also influence capabilities and any one of these or a combination of these could be the cause of deprivation and social backwardness Moreover the notion of social backwardness itself could change as the political economy transforms from a caste-mediated closed system to a more open-ended globally integrated and market-determined matrix marked by high mobility and urbanisation This transformation is already unfolding in many parts of India and the impact is visible in the economic social and political empowerment of many castes earlier deemed to be backward and oppressed However it must be remembered that addressing historical injustice has been the cornerstone of affirmative action and caste has been the pre-eminent source of historical discrimination in the Indian context Empirical and anecdotal evidence suggests that it remains the most prevalent pervasive factor holding up the development of an inclusive society It is a social identity ascribed at birth and a marker of hierarchy that continues to forcefully influence the public imagination Public policy cannot ignore this essential reality of the Indian condition even as it embraces a broader and evolving meaning of social backwardness and inclusiveness For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bhanwar Meghwanshi Janani Sridharan | Updated: July 25 2015 5:33 am The clash between a Dalit caste and the Jat community left over a dozen injured Top News On July 11 a Dalit RTI activist Baburam Chauhan of Jaisalmer was brutally attacked and humiliated for allegedly exposing land grabs by the dominant Rajputs of the area The same week marked two months since the Dangawas killings of Dalits Both incidents are reminders of how the continued denial of land rights to Dalits strengthens the oppression of lower castes While the CBI has begun its inquiry into the Dangawas killings and the police have been fairly prompt and active in Jaisalmer such attacks are likely to continue These incidents are growing signs of Dalit assertion as well as the extremely sharp reaction to it Baburam a government schoolteacher posted at Ranau village was using the RTI since 2008 to expose illegal encroachments and allotments by non-Dalits on large tracts of canal-irrigated lands reserved for the landless poor SCs and STs His exposés provoked the dominant castes Baburam was not only beaten up but deliberately humiliated with exemplary cruelty After being waylaid on the road when he was returning from school he was allegedly abducted in a Jeep mercilessly beaten his hair was cut and shaved he was forced to consume urine iron rods were driven through his legs before he was tossed towards the canal It was chance that he did not fall into the canal and lay inert at its side where he was found by a search party of family members While Baburam managed to survive the attack the Dangawas victims were less lucky Two months after the killings Dalit families in Dangawas village in Nagaur district are still haunted by the happenings of May 14 — a bloody war that raged on for an hour resulting in the deaths of six people with 11 hospitalised Dangawas has 600 Jat families and 120 Dalit Meghwal families The attack by a predominantly Jat mob on the Dalit families was allegedly triggered by an attempt on the part of Ratnaram Meghwal’s family to start living on land that was legally theirs by evicting the family of Chimnaram Jat who had apparently illegally occupied their land for nearly half a century A court order in March 2015 had ruled in favour of Ratnaram Meghwal after which he built a house and began living on this land with his family But on April 20 barely a month after the court’s ruling the two sons of Chimnaram Jat allegedly began constructing a water reservoir on this land and cut down a few khejri trees When Ratnaram objected to this the two left but they returned the next day and allegedly sexually assaulted a young Dalit widow sleeping alone in a hut The police reportedly refused to register an FIR Tensions grew The Jats set the date of May 14 for a caste panchayat to discuss the issue of Ratnaram’s land Sensing danger the Dalits wrote to the police seeking protection But as the caste panchayat concluded hundreds of Jats reportedly went to surround the Dalit homes armed with sticks iron rods and other weapons Tractors were allegedly used to crush three unarmed Dalits many were mercilessly beaten up the women had sticks inserted in their private parts Two Dalits succumbed to their injuries in hospital later Many among those attacked are seriously injured and battling for survival some have lost their limbs and others are under treatment One non-Dalit bystander reportedly died of bullet injuries Shockingly this attack was later allegedly celebrated on social media by some of the Jats Their comments state that after the SC/ST atrocities act and reservation policies Dalits had become so bold that they needed to be reminded of their place Not surprisingly perhaps the sarpanch sachiv patwari and many others in administrative posts are Jats Nagaur district has seen at least four other instances of atrocities on Dalits in the last year Both the Jaisalmer attack and the Dangawas killings are examples of the reality of caste oppression As Dalits assert their basic rights it is the state’s responsibility to implement laws relating to land and human rights Baburam Chauhan and Ratnaram Meghwal should have had the state machinery standing by them as they took on their land battles and faced upper-caste reaction Despite grave threats in both Baburam and Ratnaram’s cases written appeals for police and administrative protection went unheeded The sequence of events in both Jaisalmer and Dangawas confirms how caste-ridden our politics and administration are While swift and exemplary action is crucial those who failed to prevent the attacks must also be punished Policies must be in place to proactively support Dalit communities In the 15th Lok Sabha an ordinance was passed to strengthen the SC/ST atrocities act Why did this “ordinance raj” Central government allow this ordinance to lapse The Central and state governments must carry out a proactive drive to protect and restore Dalit land strengthen the SC/ST atrocities act and its implementation Land encroachments constitute a continuum of violence against Dalits We need to stop looking the other way when we see the obvious injustice perpetuated The writers are activists with the MKSS and TISS For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsMaharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) managing director and vice chairman Radheshyam Mopalwar has been removed from his post over allegations of corruption and an inquiry initiated Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis informed the Maharashtra State Assembly on Thursday The chief minister also said that the inquiry will be concluded within a month after careful consideration of the corruption charges against Mopalwar Fadnavis addressed the House on Thursday two days after an audio clip of Mopalwar where he allegedly told a middleman about the functioning and dealings in the Mantralaya became viral on social media Mopalwar is allegedly also heard discussing under-table cash transactions in the Mantralaya in the audio clip File image of Devendra Fadnavis and Radheshyam Mopalwar The interesting thing however isthat the state government and Chief Secretary’s office were seeminglyaware ofthe corruption allegations against Mopalwar well in advance The various central agencies includingthe Income Tax Department Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Central Vigilance Department and the Prime Minister’s office (PMO) have 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