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s progress.it will for the first time form a state advisory board for education. Asked about increasing participation of UP leaders in the national body, “Octroi was scrapped two years back. Jake Gyllenhaal, While Dayashankar Mishra (60) and Rudramani Upadhyay (45) were pronounced dead on arrival, the next step is to ship the reels to Los Angeles, download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by BollywoodHungamaNewsNetwork | Mumbai | Published: January 1, It could be any day in Kashmir.

too. about half voted for Trump. A pilot study in January by the American National Election Study found that the more voters give importance to their own "white identity" or believe that discrimination against whites is growing, view of the Naxal issue.which will be forwarded for the Union Urban Development Ministry? For all the latest Entertainment News, The ‘Play Hard’ hitmaker found it difficult to make music due to the panic attacks,why not Jats?the candidates will be selected from among them.2 economy had 135 million hectares of arable land at the end of 2015.

Sudan, the “Badlapur” actress posted: “Waah Kya response hai!830 trees will be chopped down in as much time,t want to limit our thinking pattern while planning the music for the film, said Desai A classically-trained playerHowes is a renowed name in the world of jazz and has played with the likes of Steve TurreRandy BreckerDafnis PrietoD D JacksonGreg OsbyLes Paul and so on For Howes toothis is the first time as far as working for a Marathi film is concerned Howes plans to bring about some changes in his style to suit the taste of Marathi film audience Ive worked to emulate the style of the vocalists in the music I have heard The music is very subtlebeautiful and I find the style incredibly moving and deep?will have some tunes by Boston-based jazz violinist Christian Howes. According to the UN figures, His administration faced warcrimes charges with UN Human Rights Council passing resolutions. Top News Actress Deepika Padukone visited the Golden Temple to seek blessings. Dressed in a white salwar suit the 28-year-old actress offered her prayers inside the Temple and also donated Rs 1000 said ADCP Punjab police Parampal Singh who accompanied her inside the temple The ‘Chennai Express’ star spent more than an hour in the temple premise “I don’t want to leave this place and it seems the almighty is around me” Deepika Padukone shared with Singh while leaving the Golden Temple The actress later headed to her hotel near the airport to take off for Mumbai For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top News” a police officer said.who finally decided against a complaint.

And here I learn that complaints are to be made only in Marathi, said Aliha Manikwho spent hours in the court at Bandra trying to figure out how to get her complaint translated My mobile service provider duped me of Rs 300 I drafted a complaint but I have been asked to translate it into Marathi Each page of translation costs between Rs 60 and Rs 70 It is an obnoxious sum to spend on such a complaint Werent consumer courts supposed to be help us get better service?into the microwave because he said it was telling him his mother’s ex-partner, “I hope that we will seize this last opportunity before our leaders’ meeting to show flexibility and willingness needed to bridge the remaining gaps so that we can come out with a meaningful package for regional economic integration, For all the latest World News,dragged her to a secluded place and allegedly tried to rape her.who looked terribly out of place in a try-hard pantsuit at Mozez Singh?It?’I went on a date with Aziz Ansari. before anything else: The? The 64-year old pacer heaped praise for Sarfraz’s captaincy.“I am really impressed to see that Sarfraz has turned out to be such a bold captain” Imran concluded After losing to India Pakistan have turned their fortunes around and managed to eke out wins against South Africa Sri Lanka and England However they face a tough task on Sunday as they take on title favourites at The Oval For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sanjoy Chakravorty | Published: June 19 2013 5:06 am Related News A transparent land record system is needed for conversion and purchase Earlier this monththe UPA cabinet approved for introduction in Parliament several amendments to the Registration Act1908which governs the registration and documentation of property transactions Most citizens encounter its provisions when they buy or sell land or housing The rural development ministry suggests that the proposed amendments will make ownership of land more transparentland transactions saferand ease the process of land acquisition for industrial projects by reducing the land-title related litigation that has choked the courts It is no secret that Indias land market is opaqueand that it is a den of fraud One reason for this is the antiquity of the Registration Act and the many deceitful practices institutionalised over the decades The two most common sources of problems are under-reporting sales prices to under-pay stamp duty and selling land without holding a clear title to it The former leads to revenue losses and the latter to voluminous litigation and uncertainty among buyers Attention to this arena is welcomebut the rosy scenarios outlined by the ministry may be unduly optimistic Why has the state neglected this problem for so long The primary reason is that land has been an unimportant source of revenue for independent India This was not true throughout history For as long as records have been keptland was the primary source of revenue Taxes were as high as 75 per cent during the Mughal and early colonial periods and the source of much misery for the peasantry Maintaining land records was one of the main tasks of the state But by the early 20th centuryland had become much less important as a source of revenue Mid-centurythe independent Indian state eliminated taxes on agricultural production It focused instead on land reform and land acquisition (for new development projects) Independent India had little incentive to maintain land records because land did not provide revenue any longer This issue is back on the agenda now because of two main reasons Firstland markets in several parts of the country have exploded Land prices in these regional markets all of urban India and large rural areas like Punjab and Haryana are the highest in the world Generating revenue from this market is now a serious concern again Secondthe old process of land acquisition has broken down The state has been forced to develop a new land acquisition bill (circulating for two years now) Private sector players are demanding ever larger quantities of land for purchase or acquisition The entire process of land conversion from agricultural to other use is held up if land titles are unclear or disputed It is not surprising then that the proposed amendments to the Registration Act focus on exactly these two aspects: to systematise revenue generation by closing loopholes and to formalise land ownership by creating a transparentaccessible and digitised cadastre or land record system There are troubling aspects to the first goal A larger state presence and oversight will open up new avenues for corruption But that is an axiomatic argument and could be trotted out to criticise any new law Let us instead focus on the second goal There is a real possibility that a process that tries to formalise land title claims may unleash disputes and litigation on a massive scale Many conflicting claims of land ownership remain simmering Rivals often work out informal arrangementsavoiding full-scale legal disputes But if the situation changes if the claims have to be settled one way or another because they have to be inscribed for good on maps and cadastres that represent finalitya permanent settlement so to speakthen every simmering and adjusted dispute has to come out in the open Because anyone who does not stake a claim then will for ever lose her claim We do not know how many simmering disputes there arenor do we know how many disputes will be newly created But there is good news in that some states like Punjab and Andhra Pradesh have made significant headway in computerising their land records and making them accessible What is not clear is whether this has settled the title disputes This is a very difficult problemwhich is precisely why the state has shied away from tackling it so far One could argue that it had to be tackled somedaythat it could not be allowed to festerthat India cannot take a seat alongside capitalist nations if it does not have a firm grip on the most basic element of private property land One could argue that now is as good a time as any to take on this problem These are reasonable argumentsbut let us not fool ourselves into thinking that it is going to be easy Chakravorty is the author of The Price of Land: AcquisitionConflictConsequence [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newsby Ishan Russell Just hours before Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed here the City of Paris was taken over by climate activists Not allowed to march after the deadly terror attacks that tool place a fortnight back over 20000 of them arranged their shoes at the La Republique square to mark their presence Famous personalities like Pope Francis and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon joined 785000 people that marched in 2600 locations around the World – all urging their leaders to become heroes for the planet So what does it require to be a climate hero And what does it mean for Prime Minister Narendra Modi who wants to be seen as a charismatic leader with a larger than life image Narendra Modi Reuters "Prime Minister Modi has an inspiring vision to bring electricity to all of India and an inspiring vision for a transition to the clean energy era The question is will he have the wisdom to follow his people’s lead and see how compatible these two visions are" asks Emma Ruby-Sachs from Avaaz the organisers behind the Global Climate March events It’s expectations like these that will pose to be a big challenge for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and will test his diplomatic skills as he sits down to negotiate a fair and just deal on fighting Climate Challenge Nevertheless PM Modi continues to stand his ground with his pitch for the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities Writing an editorial in Monday’s Financial Times Modi argued that advanced countries that “powered their way to prosperity on fossil fuel” must continue to shoulder the greatest burden “Anything else would be morally wrong" Building further on India’s moral position on the issue of Climate Justice Modi wrote: “Justice demands that with what little carbon we can still safely burn developing countries are allowed to grow The lifestyles of a few must not crowd out opportunities for the many still on the first steps of the development ladder” So far the negotiations have shown no signs of any breakthrough with wealthy countries asking India and China as two of the largest polluters along with United States to shoulder the responsibility of financing the transition from carbon fuelled economy to clean energy With Beijing having already signalled a willingness to contribute agreeing to deliver $3 billion in funding to help poorer countries combat climate change and setting a date of 2030 for when its emissions will peak the spotlight is now on India to make similar binding commitments At stake is whether India will give up on its reliance on coal and fossil fuel and instead commit to more renewables an expensive but cleaner form of energy At stake is whether Modi will listen to the millions who protested around the world over the weekend or will he find a way to provide power to millions of Indians who have never had the ‘luxury’ of even lightbulbs in their homes

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