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They will do it (withdraw support) on any pretext. what is most striking about RD Burman’s music is that no matter which genre he attempted,Caravan? she says,a cousin brother of Dipak, Both Viktor Axelsen and Jan O Jorgensen have dropped a place each.have been an outpouring of concern from every Arab capital on the Valley.More significant has been the cooperation of both Saudi Arabia and the UAE in getting terror suspectsback from these countries Thiruvananthapuram:The Communist Party of India-Marxist’s district office in Thiruvananthapuram was stoned on Sunday evening a day after city mayor VK Prasanth suffered injuries in a scuffle between CPM and BJP councillors Windowpanes of the CPM office were broken and other property damaged in the stone-throwing incident Skirmishes were also reported between CPMand Bharatiya Janata Party/Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh workers near the Thiruvananthapuram airport and in Kannur district While two CPMyouth wing activists were attacked near the airport a local party leader was attacked at Iritty in Kannur The CPM has called for a protest in the district on Monday Representational image PTI Tourism minister Kadakampally Surendran and Thiruvananthapuram district CPM secretary Anavoor Nagappan blamed police of failing to act in time "The BJP and RSS are trying to create unrest and acting in a violent manner especially in the state capital It was a planned attack and the mayor was lucky to escape It was an attack on his life The police is yet to arrest anyone" said Surendran Former mayor and senior CPM leader V Sivankutty said the attack was planned by the BJP to create unrest Prasanth is convalescing at the Medical College Hospital in Thiruvananthapuram and nursing an injury on the forehead apart from having a leg in plaster "The attack was a planned one and it included not just BJP councillors but also others who came from outside" Prasanth claimed on Sunday Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and other senior Left leaders visited the mayor in the hospital "The RSS stage managed this attack and had the mayor not been given timely medical care things would have been very bad" said Vijayan Thiruvananthapuram district BJP President S Suresh said the statements by Left leaders and police are "nothing but a joke" "What happened in the council on Saturday was the attack unleashed by the CPM councillors and the mayor himself There are visuals in our support The mayor is faking injuries If he were injured how could he walk away from the spot where he fell The mayor is trying to create a smoke screen by weaving baseless stories on the attack" Suresh told the media Police has registered a case against 20 persons for the ruckus at the council hall on Saturday In the 100-member Thiruvananthapuram Municipal Corporation the BJP is the principal opposition party Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Saturday urged the Centre to take immediate steps to ban the online Blue Whale game in the country "to save precious lives" "In view of the threat which is already at our doorstep I would request that immediate action may be initiated to ban this game all over India so that we can save precious lives" Vijayan said in a letter to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi a copy of which was released to the media in Thiruvananthapuram "There is an Internet trend growing in popularity that encourages its participants to hurt themselves in real life – called Blue Whale" said the letter File image of Pinarayi Vijayan PTI "This is not a video game but the participants are required to receive instructions from an anonymous administrator and their final task is to commit suicide" Vijayan said in the letter Media reports reveal that the game has taken a few lives in India and its popularity was growing he said "The Blue Whale game is a challenge to the whole society and comprehensive action against this from all responsible agencies is of utmost importance" he said The cyber wing of the police department in Kerala is striving to make people aware about the game through social media and other effective channels he said Vijayansaid the state government by itself can do very little in the matter The only solution to arrest the menace was to ban the game and this can be done only with the help of the various Union ministries including electronics and information technology and home ministry he said The issue had been raised in the state Assembly also and the chief minister had assured the members that the state police had already issued necessary alerts to make parents vigilant about the game and ensure that children do not get addicted According to media reports over 4000 children are said to have committed suicide worldwide due to this game There were reports that a 14-year-old boy recently ended his life in Mumbai due to the influence of Blue Whale game the chief minister had said in the assembly The Blue Whale game also called "Blue Whale Challenge" is an Internet ‘game’ allegedly consisting of a series of tasks assigned to players by administrators during a 50-day period with the final challenge reportedly requiring the player to commit suicide As journalists who have constantly tracked live-blogged and live-tweeted countless sessions of both the Houses of Parliament we know that one of the best ways to see what absolute chaos looks like is to witness a Lok Sabha or Rajya Sabha session Shouting sloganeering walkouts mud-slinging MPs storming the Well and frequent adjournments are such common sights in the Parliament that we journalists have unofficially accepted them as part of the Parliament proceedings There have even been rare incidents of violence Presiding over Parliament proceedings is definitely a tough job PTI With such pandemonium and uproar taking place almost on a daily basis it does not take much to figure out that the job of the person presiding over the proceedings of either House is an extremely tough one Whether it is Smriti Irani talking about cutting off her head if her claims are proven wrong or Rahul Gandhi alleging that the Lok Sabha Speaker is biased presiding over Parliament proceedings is a painful task and everyone has their own way of dealing with it And now either NDA’s vice-presidential candidate Venkaiah Naidu or the Opposition’s candidate Gopalkrishna Gandhi will get this job Before we talk about them let’s take a look at how other leaders have dealt with the Parliament Sumitra Mahajan There is perhaps no person better than Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan to teach you how to be calm and firm in extremely tense situations Her best quality as a Speaker has to be the calm determination with which she presides over the House Out of all the people conducting House proceedings Mahajan has remained the most unfazed by ruckus raised in the House For example we have seen Mahajan conduct Lok Sabha proceedings calmly (well as calmly as you can act in such a situation) even as one MP kept shouting ‘We want special status’ in the House (over the demand for special status for Andhra Pradesh) continuously for at least an hour If that doesn’t convince you of the fact that Mahajan can be unbelievably calm consider the fact that Mahajan remained completely unnerved even when Samajwadi Party MP Akshay Yadav threw paper at her Hamid Ansari If there was ever a gamma ray burst heading towards the earth it would be travelling so fast that you won’t see it coming until it destroys everything on the planet Rajya Sabha Chairman Hamid Ansari’s temper is a lot like a gamma ray burst: You just won’t see it coming A relatively calm Ansari has suddenly lost his temper many times in the Rajya Sabha In fact there was a time when Ansari got so angry with repeated disruptions that he proposed abolishing the Question Hour altogether adjourned the House for half an hour and then walked away leaving all the stunned MPs speechless and looking as if they had been hit by a — you guessed it — gamma ray burst Witnessing a temper so bad it can leave rowdy shouting MPs speechless is always scary For example the way in which Ansari suspended a TMC MP for a day was so scary that while watching him do that you’ll feel like he’s suspending you PJ Kurien Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman PJ Kurien is to Hamid Ansari what Bruce Banner is to The Hulk.. “She claims to have tied him rakhis for the last three years but Ambre’s wife was unhappy with their relationship.

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‘We’re going to stick, De-fense! which turned out to be? the system creates warped incentives. There are risks to taking a bold decision It may or may not work When I know that vigilance offices are always watching me I won’t take a bold decision Why Because if I do and it does not work and somebody gains as a result of the decision not working then there will be an ostensible case as if I took the decision deliberately to profit that man Whereas if I take the non-risky but low-payoff decision the company doesn’t gain much but I save my skin which one will I take This obsession with affixing blame is part of the problem of why say public sector enterprises are inefficient We don’t incentivise bureaucrats to make bold decisions This is in contrast to China where the local official’s promotion depends on certain well-specified criteria One is the economic performance of the district you are in charge of Suppose I am a corrupt local official I will still steal but not too much because if I do that then my district’s performance suffers And I won’t get promoted So it is in my self-interest to ensure the district does well Indian district collectors have no such incentive If the district goes to the dogs it doesn’t matter he’ll be transferred in two years anyway The Chinese system is non-democratic but they think in terms of incentives we are not Q: You mentioned earlier that there are no jobs being created But the jobs that are created go unfilled because of a skills deficit How can that be addressed A: For me the skill-formation question is a major issue one that goes to the much larger issue of how to restructure the education system No government seems to have given enough thought to this They announce more universities more IITs and IIMs but that’s not the way to address this very real problem I have suggested that we borrow ideas from Germany and the US In Germany after you leave school or even Grade 8 this whole population is streamed towards vocational training acquiring specialised skills These vocational training centres collaborate with firms that are potential employers who also fund them By getting involved in vocational training they can catch good workers early so these students are like trainees in the company That is a model that is highly imitable in India In the US the overwhelming majority of high school graduates go to community colleges which are local They are funded entirely by local taxes are almost free and extremely accessible The tiny percentage of people who do very well can transfer to universities That’s how it should be How many people are really cut out for good university education Most people go into jobs for which you don’t need a bachelors or a masters degree We need to adapt these models to our circumstances and restructure our education system to encourage skill formation It’s also important to link up to potential job-givers and involve them in the process We should be setting up skills-training centres in villages and small towns rather than expanding universities Q: There have reports that growth rates in China are coming down and that we don’t know what’s going on there A: There is no doubt that China’s growth rates are slowing For one it is ageing I expect the growth rate to decline over time but not that much because its savings rate is very high and with that kind of savings rate you cannot do too badly Indeed the reason I think India’s growth rate will also rebound is that the savings rate is reasonably high The other reason for China’s growth rate to remain high is that they are spending a large part of the GDP on R&D which will lead to innovation and growth China is already beating the US on green technology and they’re looking for sectors they can enter Q: There’s a perception that we can’t trust Chinese data A: That’s true but there are indirect ways of checking on industrial growth like electricity consumption etc So those checks largely show that there is only a little gap between official statistics and independent estimates Either way Chinese growth rate is very high Having said that India’s service sector growth is very badly recorded and India’s data are only slightly better than Chinese data Q: But the sense is that the poor quality of Indian data is due to incompetence while Chinese data is political A: Sure But Indian data can also be political State government may change their data because of the criteria of fund allocation So I would not be surprised if there were corresponding manipulations in Indian data also No doubt it’s much more in China though I expect that by 2020 their growth rate will come down to 6-7 per cent Q: Do you think a lower growth rate will stress the political system and force the communist party to make political concessions A: Well 6-7 per cent is not all that low I think the political unrest will come from other reasons As a result of growth property prices have gone up and as a result even the middle class cannot afford houses That is a source of resentment Secondly eventually the middle class will start questioning the government’s actions as is already happening on microblogs But it’s difficult to predict The government knows socialism doesn’t hold the country together It is trying to substitute — the glue now is nationalism Every Chinese learns in school of a century of humiliation — that 19th century on from the Opium War they’ve been humiliated And now is the time to reclaim their position in the world So they’ve cleverly used nationalism I wouldn’t be surprised if things explode but if I were to bet the party will probably manage to control things for some time to come For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shalini Langer | New Delhi | Published: December 25 2010 12:10 am Related News DIRECTOR: Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck CAST: Johnny DeppAngelina Jolie Rating: ** Donnersmarck’s debut film The Lives of Others is ranked by some as one of the best films of all time How does one go from that to The Tourist From a story of love and courage in an oppressive Communist East Germany to a Venice canal ride that masquerades as a mystery romance Wellthats the risk you take when you get Jolieput her on a boatcast her as a wanted gangsters mollendow that gangster with a chutzpah worth $2 billion and set it in Venice Then you turn around and cast Depp as the commoner whom she picks to fool the police Now both are charismatic starscapable of making a film such as this work if they get it right The reverse can be equally true: here are two talented stars who do little but show upone in her trademark pout and the other in his trademark strangly hairwithout any of the edginess normally associated with their personas The result is a film with a thinly stretched out plot and two bored stars Jolie gets a message from her gangster lover to board a train to Venice and befriend a stranger who looks like him and to make them believe its me. On economic governance,” mumbai. If the government insists on running it, who endeared himself to the country’s snooker fans by winning the Indian Open in 2015, Yes, "Increased cooperation in Mumbai and London for public transport.

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