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but RSS does not have any role in execution.. 2); Peter Svidler (RUS, Pune and Dempo player is the only outfield player in the squad who is not from North East. winning their first three matches.extensions.Retold, what sort of prime minister will Modi be? who needs??? enemies) Modi had marginalised the VHP in Gujarat in the 2012 elections Is this the VHP’s revenge on Modi Can Modi be the PM for all Indians as he aspires to be Modi is the first prospective PM who has never been in Delhi His perspective is state-oriented and he is likely to be more federalist than any previous PM The Congress historically has been a centralist party This is the legacy of the Independence struggle and also the Nehru-Gandhi penchant for socialism which requires central direction and control The Constitution was said to be ‘unitary in spirit but federal in letter’ in the ’50s Now we know especially after P Chidambaram’s bruising experience of trying to establish a national anti-terrorist authority that the states will not kowtow to the Centre Modi knows this and even approves of states’ rights The expectations are extravagant on the economic front as the Sensex has shown But remember in economics there are not only no free lunches but no fast food either Things take time to fructify It would take any new government however competent one year before inflation will come down on a sustained basis below 5 per cent Hence any quick hope of interest rate cuts must be abandoned The budget deficit left behind by UPA-II is too large for comfort and that has to be brought down Expenditure will have to be brought under control and the tax system rationalised Growth will have to come from private investment A chief minister can be a dictator but not a prime minister (Indira Gandhi apart) The BJP/NDA cabinet will be crucial for Modi The BJP is full of talented senior people as are some of the NDA partners The crucial appointments will be Home and Finance Prime ministers are their own foreign ministers The Home Ministry is the most important because of to put it absolutely bluntly the fear about the safety of Muslims Law and order is a state subject so riots are really the responsibility of state governments But as we saw in the Muzaffarnagar riots even a ‘secular’ government does not guarantee safety for victims of riots — Hindus or Muslims It is most important to notice that a BJP government will not condone any riots ABM people have been rebranding other BJP leaders such as L K Advani Rajnath Singh as secular meaning anyone else is better than Modi So the home minister should be ABM The Finance Ministry requires a decisive person who will have the PM’s full backing just as Manmohan Singh had with Narasimha Rao In foreign affairs all Modi has to do is to reproduce the good record of NDA-I The one area where he must not follow the previous BJP team is in losing the next election The only task of any newly elected government is to get re-elected For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsINLD chief Om Prakash Chautala on Sunday attacked the ruling Congress in Haryana for taking the state "backward" and said he was not power hungry but wanted to fulfil the dreams of Devi Lal who had "sacrificed" prime minister’s post for VP Singh INLD is out of power in Haryana for a decade now The 79-year-old leader who is out on bail on health grounds addressed several rallies in the state on Sunday PTI "I want to make one thing clear that we (INLD) are not power hungry We do not want to grab power Our mission is to fulfil the dreams and vision of Devi Lal We are also seeking votes for the performance of our government when we were in power" Chautala said in Hodal He said that Devi Lal who served as country’s Deputy Prime Minister also had "sacrificed the post of PM for the sake of (former PM) V P Singh History shows that all the greats– be it Lord Ram Krishna Mahaveera Buddha.all of them made sacrifices "History has shown that whoever makes sacrifice his name is written in golden letters and long after he is gone he continues to earn love and respect of the people" "Devi Lal was one such person who did not think twice and handed over the reins to V P Singh (1989)" Chautala said "People still love and support us because we have done good work in the past We will do even better in the future We seek your support" he said even as the INLD chief hit out at the Congress for "taking the state backward" He also took a dig at the BJP saying the party was dreaming of forming its own government Chautala also said that his party candidates may not have "money power" to woo the voters but they will put in sincere efforts to take the state on the path of progress if voted to power PTI Written by Yoginder K Alagh | Published: March 16 2015 12:06 am When it comes to an opportunity for the farming community to make money from scarcity rents the government which swears by market reform goes out of its way to deny them the economic benefit of leveraging such scarcities Related News There seems to be emerging a fair consensus across the political spectrum that it is not prudent to tamper with the ongoing process of land market reform that began a decade ago The earlier “revenue laws” that governed the registration of titles came from a century-old colonial legislation The imperial government of India kept almost complete control over land title and use — in order to dispense this finite resource as “inams” to a dependent class In large measure the freedom movement was created around changing that Additionally there emerged the problem of benami transfers of land which became widespread after we effected land reforms particularly land ceiling legislation in the second half of the last century In many cases while on paper the land was in the name of the tenant effective control remained with the landlord A new kind of problem emerged in the 1970s — small peasants started giving up their land to middle and large peasants because they found it easier and more productive to work as landless labourers rather than live off their share of the income from their meagre holdings This phenomenon was described as “reverse tenancy” and in many northern and western states up to a third or two-fifths of the land farmed by middle farmers was leased from small farmers The land legislation brought in by the UPA government retained the “eminent domain” powers of the state — but only at the margin By and large the legislation made a bold effort to create a land market and was an adjunct to the larger process of reform in the economy The powers of the state were curtailed If it acquired land for public purposes like the construction of roads hospitals as well as other social and infrastructural facilities it would have to acquire 70 per cent of the land with the consent of the land owner The state could however use its powers of “eminent domain” to acquire the rest This was sensible since it eliminated the possibility of one or two people holding up the acquisition of land for social purposes and delaying the construction of a highway or a hospital and so on In particular defence- and security-related projects were subjected to a lower standard of procedural rigour But the UPA legislation also covered the acquisition of land to meet the requirements of manufacturing enterprises Some experts were critical of this — I was one of them It is true that land costs are rising and the procurement of land for industrial projects is difficult and can be problematic However this is a reflection of the basic scarcity and finite nature of the resource endowments of the country India is short of water energy and prime agricultural land In addition manufacturing enterprises prefer to be located around metropolises even if land there has a high opportunity cost in terms of agricultural or rural needs They don’t like to set up shop on barren land elsewhere To be fair we don’t practise land-use planning by building infrastructure for such alternative locations on a large enough scale But the manufacturing sector needs to learn to live with the real scarcities of the economy In a sense it is being argued that Indian industry has the benefit of low labour costs and a certain kind of technological expertise — but not that of scarce land near the metropolises Long-lasting reform would require policymakers to look into the real problems rather than regress back to the colonial mindset that the state knows better whom to endow with land It is interesting that no one has raised the issue that the land ordinance and now the bill are inconsistent with economic reform Reform means that different economic agents pay the market price or opportunity costs of the resources they need rather than rely on the state’s allocative powers It is strange that when it has come to an opportunity for the farming community to make money from scarcity rents the government which swears by market reform goes out of its way to deny them the economic benefit of leveraging such scarcities It can be argued that non-market methods are needed to handle scarcities But that is not the logic put forth for other commodities So why discriminate against the farmer when at long last he has a chance to make some money Land-use planning may not be possible since planning itself seems to have been abolished But the authorities could ask their policy commission to examine this problem instead of follow the ordinance route The writer is professor emeritus Sardar Patel Institute Ahmedabad [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppWritten by Swati Mahajan | Chandigarh | Published: March 12 2017 2:21 am Top News UT police has been unable to solve 25 per cent of accidents (both fatal and non-fatal) in the last three years Of the 1245 cases which the UT police had registered in the last three years the police has been unable to solve 300 cases There are 189 untraced cases as well On the other hand the conviction rate of orders pronounced by the district courts Sector 43 in the last three years is a mere 33 per cent Watch What Else Is Making News Speaking to Chandigarh Newsline advocate SPS Bhullar said “In accident cases usually the witness turns hostile as the parties involved in the case reach a compromise When a man dies in an accident the family has to file an accidental claim case to seek money from the insurance company So if the witness turns hostile in the criminal case the accused person (offender) accepts before the accidental claim tribunal that the accident took place due to his negligence and the family gets the claim easily” On the police being unable to solve the accidental claim cases the senior superintendent of police (SSP) Eish Singhal said “The police is able to solve the accident cases where the victim or the public or an eyewitness or bystander notes down the registration number of the offending vehicle” The police has registered 1245 accident cases in years spanning from 2014 to 2016 which includes 307 fatal accident cases while 938 cases are non-fatal Moreover the city has witnessed an increase in the number of fatal accidents from 89 in 2014 to 126 in 2016 On the increase in the number of accident cases advocate TTP Singh said “The city has witnessed an increase in accidents as the need to educate people to drive the vehicles carefully Moreover there need to be stringent laws to curb the menace of drunken driving which is another reason for accidents on city roads” The district courts has convicted 99 persons for negligent driving in three years while 294 persons were acquitted There are 211-odd accidental cases which are still under investigation by the police Advocate Ashish Gupta said “There are CCTV cameras installed on the light points so the people can trace the accident cases which take place on the main road but no cameras are installed inside sectors due to which solving accidents which take place in these areas is difficult” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsVaranasi: Black ink was thrown at AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal during a road show here Tuesday after he reached Varanasi to take on BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi The ink-splattered vehicle Twitter Kejriwal was proceeding slowly in an open vehicle to the ground where he is to address a rally accompanied by hundreds of supporters when he was targeted The ink stained his face and clothes and the clothes of senior party leaders Manish Sisodia and Sanjay Singh The man who threw the ink was identified as Ambrish said to be a member of the Hindu Vahini Sena informed sources said Police whisked him away to an unknown destination All through the route many people seemingly Modi supporters waved black flags and raised slogans against the Aam Aadmi Party PTI The State Department is already overwhelmed with nearly 11.

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