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Share This Article Related Article Mumbai is the only Indian city that figures in the global list of financial centres.While New Delhi Kolkata and Bengaluru are nowhere in the picture the GFCI survey is yet to take note of Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT) — claimed to be India’s first International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) — near Ahmedabad GIFT City claims that it has crossed the $ 250 million business transactions mark in six months Share This Article Related Article The first mark of $100 million was crossed in early February and in two months business transactions at IFSC have more than doubled it said According to the GFCI survey there are 13 cities in Asia which are ahead of Mumbai in the GFC ranking Singapore is in the third position in the global ranking followed by Hong Kong (4th) London tops the list followed by New York in the second position Many Asian cities have stolen a march over Mumbai as global financial centres Tokyo is in the fifth position followed by Seoul (12th) Dubai (13th) Shenzhen (19th) Osaka (20th) Beijing (23rd) Taipei (24th) Tel Aviv (25th) Abu Dhabi (26th) Doha (35th) and Kuala Lumpur (36th) Gulf cities have showed a major improvement in becoming financial centres in the past 15 years Though the government made some efforts in taking Mumbai to the top of the league nothing much has moved at the ground level India is yet to allow full convertibility on the capital account and the city is yet to get the required infrastructure support to become a global centre on the lines of Singapore or London The report prepared by a committee headed by UK-based Percy Mistry appointed by former finance minister P Chidambaram in 2005 to work on a blueprint for a global financial centre in Mumbai which could compete with London New York and Singapore is gathering dust Mistry had said Mumbai needed a suitable location to be developed as a financial centre “You can consider places like the Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) You need more office space and facilities in BKC You have to house banks law firms accountants etc in the IFC locality Look at Manhattan in New York Though New York is a big city almost the entire IFS business is done in Manhattan a small area which houses all kinds of banks and other allied services” Mistry had told this paper in an earlier interview According to the Mistry report in the first phase Mumbai must connect India’s financial system with the world’s financial markets through international financial services That is what global cities like Frankfurt Paris Sydney Tokyo and a host of smaller financial centres do now in respect of their national economies In its second phase Mumbai must develop the capacity to compete with the three established GFCs for global financial services business that goes beyond meeting India’s needs After 2020 the committee said Mumbai would hold its own in competing with the other GFCs and acquire increasing global market share Going by the current pace of Mumbai’s development this is likely to remain a chimera For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai: Shiv Sena president Uddhav Thackeray launched a scathing attack on the BJP on Saturday asking its ally to refrain from "teaching us patriotism" "Don’t teach us patriotism The day when we need to be taught patriotism hasn’t come yet" Thackeray said addressing the annual Dussehra rally of his party at Shivaji Park in central Mumbai tonight File image of Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray PTI "An atmosphere was created that those who favour demonetisation are patriots and those who oppose it are traitors" he said referring to the central government’s decision to withdraw high-value currency notes from circulation last year Thackeray appealed to Shiv Sena workers to refrain from launching personal attacks on Prime Minister Narendra Modi as was seen during a recent Sena protest against inflation The Sena leader also pointed to the incongruity of the BJP sharing power with the PDP in Jammu and Kashmir "In Kashmir what ideological bond do you (BJP) share with the PDP Why hasn’t special status to Jammu and Kashmir been revoked" he asked "We allied with the BJP for Hindutva when the word ‘Hindutva’ was a taboo If they (BJP leaders) think we are of no use to them we’ll see" Thackeray said "Let us know what is your definition of Hindutva" he asked Expressing staunch opposition to Modi’s pet project Uddhav said "Who wants the bullet train Improve rail infrastructure first" "This government says GST brings uniform taxation Where is the uniformity Even Pakistan has cheaper petrol than us" Thackeray said on high petrol and diesel prices Updated: October 21 2014 11:04 am Dinosaur Pile-Up Related News Dinosaur Pile-Up (DPU) never fails to entice their audiences through their no-holds-barred exclamatory stage presence The three-piece alt-rock outfit from Leeds England is often compared to bands from the Seattle Grunge scene of the early ’90s owing to their driven sound mashed unobtrusively with their eclectic and catchy melodies which can be heard in some of their popular high octane numbers such as Mona Lisa My Rock N Roll and Arizona Waiting In India for the first time the trio will play songs from their latest album Nature Nurture at the Pune and Delhi editions of the Bacardi NH7 Weekender festival in November Guitarist and vocalist Matt Bigland spoke to Suyash Gabriel in an email interview Excerpts: How when and where did your journey as Dinosaur Pile-Up begin Dinosaur Pile-Up originally began as a solo project In 2007 I was in Leeds and had written a bunch of songs which I recorded in my basement The songs got attention from booking agents and DPU started playing shows around England I had friends who played with me and then I met drummer Mike Sheils and bassist Jim Cratchley Mike was in a band that was supporting DPU at a show I really liked his style which reminded me of Dale Crover (drummer for heavy metal band Melvins) who I’m a big fan of We went to a party with him that night and got on really well I’d known Jim for a while and DPU would play alongside his band often When he left his other band it was simple The name of the band embodies your fun quirky nature quite effectively How did you come up with this name The name came to me after watching that stupid re-make of King Kong I think it was produced by Peter Jackson There’s the bit where dinosaurs fall over and roll down a hill forming a dinosaur pile-up at the bottom I thought it was ridiculous and I jokingly said I’d name a band after it And well the rest is history You have a very raw meaty sound accompanied by some powerful riffs and vocal lines Who or what are your influences Are there any themes to your lyrics I think we’re literally one of the loudest bands I’ve ever heard That’s largely because of Mike being one of the loudest drummers ever Honestly sometimes we’re even louder than metal acts like Motorhead and once in a while it even makes me feel sick Our influences are bands such as Smashing Pumpkins Foo Fighters Nirvana Melvins and Rage Against The Machine so I guess it makes sense that we inhabit a loud energetic space But I wouldn’t say there is a specific ‘thing’ that we muse on Our common themes include isolation and just feeling weird I guess This is your first time in India Is there anything you are looking forward to in particular I’m more than sure that it will be crazy We’re so excited about coming to India Our new album Nature Nurture will be available digitally from November 1 We’re looking forward to just being there And the food of course Dinosaur Pile-up will be performing as part of the NH7 Weekender festival at Buddh International Circuit on November 30 Passes available on http://s.wwwbookmyshowcom and at the venue For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsDarjeeling: Several shops remained open in Darjeeling on Thursday as the situation in the hills remained tensed as the indefinite shutdown called by the GJM for a separate state of Gorkhaland entered its 99th day Although no incidents of violence were reported on Wednesday police and security personnel have made special security arrangements in the hills and are maintaining a tight vigil to avoid any untoward incident The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) and other hill parties took out rallies demanding that the Centre should immediately intervene and start the dialogue process considering the sentiments of the people of the hills The Gorkhaland Movement Coordination Committee (GMCC) urged the Centre to initiate a dialogue with all the stakeholders so that normalcy is restored in the Darjeeling hills Representational image Reuters Several shops and markets in the hills remained open braving threats and intimidation by the GJM activists However several shops which opened in Mirik and Kurseong day before Wednesday remained closed fearing the backlash from the GJM supporters For the 12th day in a row police along with the administration appealed to the locals over public address systems to open shops and restore normalcy in the hills Peace rallies were taken out by the residents at Kurseong Darjeeling and Mirik while the GJM supporters took out rallies in support of a separate Gorkhaland and the ongoing shutdown in sections of Darjeeling Sonada and Kalimpong the police said Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had urged the agitators in Darjeeling to withdraw their strike and restore normalcy Internet services remain suspended in the hills since 18 June Written by Agencies | Washington | Published: June 28 2012 3:54 pm Top News Soot particles contained in the exhaust from diesel-fuelled vehicleswood fires and coal-driven power stations is not only a scourge for the climate but also for human health Every time we breathewe inhale these tiny particles in the atmosphere Now researchers have for the first time shown that more than half of all inhaled soot particles gets stuck in the lungs The figure is higher than for most other types of particles For example only 20 per cent of another type of particle from wood smoke and other biomass combustion gets stuck in the lungs One explanation is that diesel soot is made up of smaller particles and can therefore penetrate deeper into the lungswhere it is deposited The study was made on diesel particles (which mainly consist of soot) Ten healthy people volunteered for the study Findings of this kind can be extremely useful both for researchers to determine what doses of soot we get into our lungs out of the amount we are exposed toand to enable public authorities to establish well-founded limits for soot particles in outdoor air?

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