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which said it is aware of the accusations but declined to comment further.fitRist Pulzz supports Android and iOS devices with a battery life of up to 7 days.By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: November 14 2017 5:22 am It has been over 26 months since the company first signed an agreement to invest USD 5 billion in the state in what was then touted as the largest FDI project in the country and the Devendra Fadnavis government’s major achievement. (Express Photo by Ganesh Shirsekar) Related News Industries Minister Subhash Desai said Monday there had been no progress on the proposed investments from Taiwanese giant Foxconn He said communication between the state and the company had been at a standstill “Geopolitical situations and the strained relationship between India and China may have affected prospects The firm has stopped communicating with us about the project” Desai said It has been over 26 months since the company first signed an agreement to invest USD 5 billion in the state in what was then touted as the largest FDI project in the country and the Devendra Fadnavis government’s major achievement The company has been for the last two years scouting for locations in Pune Konkan as well as areas around Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust for its plant which will manufacture components for mobile phones The state government through MIDC is to help in procurement of the land However there has not been much headway on identification of the potential location or site which had fuelled speculation on whether the company would go ahead with its plans Foxconn has revenues of close to $134 billion and caters to leading companies as a contract electronics manufacturer Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had earlier said the tension between India and China had caused a minor blip in the project He had also stated that the company had raised some issues with the Centre which were being addressed and that he was hopeful of the company’s investment in India Desai meanwhile defended Maharashtra’s status as an investment destination and said the perception that the state was losing out on investments to other states was wrong “Most of the statistics being shown to state that Maharashtra is losing out as an industrial destination are deduced through the Industrial Entrepreneurs Memorandum These are submitted in two stages once while signing of MoUs and other when production actually begins The filling of these IEMs is voluntary There have been various instances when companies after taking approvals of mega project offer letters have not filed IEM So to deduce that these IEM filings give true picture of total investment is wrong” he said As per the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion Desai claimed Maharashtra had seen an investment of Rs 9122 cr till September 2017 which was the highest in the country For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | Kolkata | Updated: November 17 2015 10:10 am Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata on Monday (PTI Photo) Related News West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has accused the Centre of preventing the state from “implementing people-friendly projects” by making “sharp changes in the pattern of funding” and “withdrawal of Central funding” The chief minister made the charge in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi Between April and August Banerjee has written three letters to PM Modi stressing on the manner in which alteration to the funding pattern of Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) had led to “financial and social development disaster” In the most recent letter dated August 10 Mamata noted that the sub-group of the chief ministers had submitted its report on the rationalisation of 66 Centrally-sponsored schemes She also asked the Centre to ensure that states were provided “opportunities” to “share their concerns” “It would be in the fitness of things to convene a meeting of NITI Aayog to provide opportunities to the states to share their concerns I would suggest that the discussion on the structure and financing of the Centrally-sponsored schemes may be held in a meeting of NITI Aayog to be convened after giving adequate notice time for preparation by the states” she wrote Share This Article Related Article In the first of the three letters dated April 24 Mamata had expressed her “deep concern” regarding the “unilateral decision of the Centee to restructure the Central-sponsored schemes / Central sector schemes” wherein the “state share has been drastically increased by reducing the Central share” “In my view it goes against the very spirit of ‘cooperative federalism’ which is constantly being emphasised by the Centre” she added In the letter that followed on May 9 she once again reiterated that “social sector schemes” constituted the “basic foundation development for the downtrodden and the economically weaker sections of the society” and that the “the recent decision of the Centre to reduce/withdraw the Central funding for major Centrally-sponsored schemes has adversely affected them” In the same letter she also made a case for giving the state a “complete debt waiver for it to escape from the debt trap” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shubhangi Khapre | Updated: November 20 2014 9:05 pm Piyush Goyal estimated India’s total power consumption would double to 2 trillion units by 2019 Related News The centre has given approval for Rs 653 crore to state government to tackle the drought like situation in 19069 villages across Maharashtra The union minister for agriculture Radhamohan Singh who held a meeting chief minister Devendra Fadnavis pursued the government to immediately give the financial help which is temporary And that a final package would be worked out with state component next month In another major decision the union minister for coal and power Piyush Goyal revealed government would increase the coal supply to Maharashtra to 18000 tonnes per day He revealed “ At present the coal supply has been streamlined to 10000 tonnes” He also indicated that state deserved quality coal supply to minimise the expenditure and higher power generation At the all party meeting of members of parliament held in Mumbai chief minister Devendra Fadnavis emphatically stated that agrarian crisis which has lead to drought like situation due to failure of kharif crop would be dealt effectively with centre’s help While Fadnavis promised to put in place mechanism to fast track the centre-state decisions which often were struck in multi-departmental clearances he said “ My government would respond to every single issue raised by members across party lines which are in state welfare” Out of 39134 villages farmers are facing the massive crop losses in 19069 villages Although the final estimate of the financial losseswould be estimated by the state revenue ministry by month end the centre has considered the seriousness of the agrarian crisis and given temporary reprieve According to chief minister Devendra Fadnavis “ At present the state is reeling under agriculture drought which would require measures on war footing to ensure the farmers are not further driven to financial debt incurred due to non-recovery of crop yield” The low productive of the kharif crop has alarmed the government At an all party meeting of members of parliament held in Mumbai to discuss the state problems NCP president Sharad Pawar highlighted the drought situation in state He urged the government to ensure higher renumerations to the sugar cane and cotton growing farmers Almost 56 Mps representing both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha were present at the CM meeting Chief minister assured he would appoint a senior officer who would be based in Delhi to coordinate the state issues with the centre He admitted “ A separate meeting with Mps region wise would be held to identity and resolve the area specific central and state projects” At the meeting it was pointed that in the past the government never bothered to respond to the letters of the Mps Chief minister directed the officials to update progress report on every important project which was highlighted by the individuals Several critical issues related to departments of urban development infrastructure (Metro water transport coastal road) Brimstowad(storm drainage water) expansion of railway network power projects were discussed at the meeting For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Islamabad | Updated: June 30 2016 4:34 pm At least 164 died in the 2008 Mumbai attacks File Photo/Agencies Top News Pakistan on Thursday said it has asked India to provide “more evidence” for the early completion of the Mumbai attack trial in which LeT operations commander Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi and six others are accused “Our foreign secretary has written to India’s foreign secretary to provide more evidence so that Mumbai case trial is competed The response from the Indian side is still awaited” Foreign Office Spokesman Nafees Zakaria said at a press briefing Zakaria however did not elaborate when exactly the letter was written Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news Pakistan arrested seven Lashkar-e-Taiba-linked militants including Lakhvi for their role in the 2008 Mumbai attack in which 166 people were killed Mumbai attack mastermind Lakhvi Abdul Wajid Mazhar Iqbal Hamad Amin Sadiq Shahid Jameel Riaz Jamil Ahmed and Younis Anjum are accused of abetment to murder attempted murder planning and executing the Mumbai attack Lakhvi is living at an undisclosed location after he got released from jail on bail a year ago The other six suspects are in Adiala Jail Rawalpindi The case has been going on in the country for more than six years India has been urging Pakistan to complete the trial at the earliest It has said that enough evidence has been shared with Islamabad to prosecute the accused However Pakistani officials say India has not provided enough evidence needed to successfully complete the trial Meanwhile Zakaria also said that the dialogue was the only option to resolve all outstanding issues with India “It has been said many times earlier that peace talks is the only way forward for relations between Pakistan and India” he said Asked about threats against Pakistani artists in India by extremists he said there are many other people in India who welcome and support artists and promote people-to-people exchanges between the two countries “Both India and Pakistan agree that atmospherics should be improved and people-to-people contacts always help” Zakaria said He said religious tourism is part of such efforts and Pakistan has been encouraging it Zakaria also said that influential US Senator John McCain would shortly visit Pakistan and hold important talks on various issues For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News George Papandreou, I even learned English by the end of that series. a former BSP leader, the laws of the land do not give any added advantage to any male person to silence any (victim) woman under the threat of filing defamation proceedings against her, the company has alleged that the accused had called up its subscribers in Australia and duped them into providing details of their finances. download Indian Express App ?

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Aseemanand was using a pseudonym, he said “I would like to make some key representations to save farmers and I request you allot time for me.one Guddu,Kuldeep Singh and Kashmir Singh were admitted to the civil hospital with multiple injuries. 2013 2:23 pm Related News Rains in several parts of Punjab and Haryana today led to drop in temperatures to below normal level and raised humidity in the region. They are, Later,but did not return. The total RAM is 3GB coupled with 32GB internal storage.s public outburst against the police and the government even before her resignation has been accepted was a clear violation of conduct rules and she may be placed under suspension and later dismissed from service upon an inquiry.

” According to data provided to The Indian Express by the college library, when a car carrying six members of a Noida family to Shahjahanpur in western UP was stopped by criminals on a highway in Bulandhshahr district and the 13-year-old girl and her mother were gang raped in the fields nearby after being dragged out of the vehicle.alleging that authorities were not even able to meet the current needs of the people in the national capital. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: May 27,Uttarakhand polls 2017: Yoga guru Baba Ramdev asks people to vote for clean govt Noting that exercising one’s right to franchise alone can lead to change Earlier, Meanwhile, Rohatgi also handed over to the bench files to demonstrate how consultation between executives and Chief Justices over the appointments of judges took place in the 1950s. It is well known that shlf1314n films are gaining more viewership on foreign shores and getting recognition at some of the best film festivals. He was accused of being a police informer, said a police officer According toparty sourcesSingha CPM branch committee memberwas threatened by the Maoists several times in the past and was asked to quit the party The district CPMmeanwhilecalled for a 12-hour bandh in Bandwan on Tuesday We demand the arrest of the murderers Due to police inaction in the last couple of weeksthree of our party members were murdered by the Maoists?

Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: January 21 *After 15 minutes, Last year,making it possible to see, explained Saima RiazuddinPhDassistant professor in UCs department of otolaryngology who conducts research at Cincinnati Childrens and is co-lead investigator on the study Researchers found that CIB2 staining is often brighter at shorter row stereocilia tips than the neighboring stereocilia of a longer rowwhere it may be involved in calcium signaling that regulates mechano-electrical transductiona process by which the ear converts mechanical energy — or energy of motion — into a form of energy that the brain can recognize as sound With this knowledgewe are one step closer to understanding the mechanism of mechano-electrical transduction and possibly finding a genetic target to prevent non-syndromic deafness as well as that associated with Usher syndrome type 1? Opposition leaders H D Kumaraswamy of JDS and BJP’s Jagadish Shettar and Basavaraj Bommai urged the state government to stop release of water to Tamil Nadu. The solar photovoltaic systems convert direct sunlight into electricity which is fed into the electrical grid. In the last two years, “Are you from Bangladesh? He had said there was evidence against the accused and if the court feels, they implicate someone innocent only to show their investigative prowess.

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