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McCullum went for Lara at No. I hardly have any expenses,damads (sons-in-law)?Muslims constitute less than 6 per cent of the staff strength in the Central government Recent NSS data reveals that the recruitment of minorities in government jobsincluding PSUsparamilitary forces and public sector bankshas actually dropped from 728 per cent in 2009-10 to 624 per cent in 2011-12 There is enough evidence to suggest that the state has failed to foster an effectiveunbiased and inclusive system that could facilitate an adequate presence of Muslims in educationalprofessional and vocational institutions Muslims want to bridge the distance between communitiesnot exacerbate it They are sick of the politics that uses secularism as a cloak of convenience Rather than being given nominal group privilegesthey want a level playing field in education and the job marketwhen looking for accommodationor when an act of terrorism takes place To modify what Martin Luther King Jr said in the American contextMuslims hope that they will not be unfairly judged by their religious identitybut truly judged by the content of their character The writera former civil servantis secretary general of Lok Janshakti Party Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nikhil Menon | Updated: July 15 2014 8:05 am The BJP election manifesto of 1998 declared that it “opposed senseless central planning” But it was only under UPA 2 that the commission came under serious reformatory scrutiny Related News It might be the end of the road for the Planning Commission Despite having been in power for more than a month the BJP government has chosen not to appoint new members to the commission a decision viewed as portentous The political consensus appears to be that the Planning Commission is now a zombie — well past its natural life and surviving only as a nuisance The Planning Commission began its career in March 1950 Its mandate was to study the economy allocate resources between sectors and states and chart the course for long-term economic development It was the culmination of efforts by Indian nationalists to institute a planning body at the heart of government In 1938 the Indian National Congress had established the national planning committee By 1944 the British Indian government had its own planning and development department There was also a profusion of “paper plans” — S N Agarwal’s Gandhian Plan MN Roy’s People’s Plan and even one drawn up by India’s leading industrialists dubbed the Bombay Plan Planning was seen as deliverance and India was primed for planning The Planning Commission grew into a power centre within independent India’s government Its prestige owed much to the significance Nehru attached to its work During these years it became the institutional face of the Indian development story at home and abroad Not satisfied with authoring the economic agenda the commission believed that the idea of planning had to win popular support Along with other arms of government it embarked on nationwide “plan-publicity” campaigns to stoke enthusiasm for planning The aim in celebrating “Plan Day” and “Plan Week” was to make all Indians “plan-conscious” participants in the project of national advancement During the commission’s halcyon years Yojana Bhawan its headquarters in central Delhi attracted economists from near and far India’s situation as a poor newly sovereign country that had fused democracy and planning made it a laboratory for testing the theories and techniques of development economics a field then in its infancy India’s policy of non-alignment found expression in the commission’s openness to conversing with economists from both sides of the Iron Curtain India wasn’t just a recipient of expertise from abroad Its successes in the 1950s especially in industrial production drew the attention of developing nations such as Ghana Egypt Yugoslavia and Indonesia In addition to soliciting experts from India these countries sent teams to examine the work of the Planning Commission in the fields of science and technology industry and community development The questions raised today about the Planning Commission’s remit echo an infamous episode in its history In the summer of 1950 the government was forced to accept the resignation of its finance minister The minister in question John Matthai had only recently formally introduced the Planning Commission to the nation in a speech in Parliament In a series of angry interviews Matthai revealed that his resignation was precipitated by the disquieting escalation of the commission’s powers It had begun encroaching on ministerial prerogatives he said by participating in cabinet meetings and involving itself in day-to-day administration Further the hierarchy within the commission designated the finance minister as simply an ordinary member — on par with the civil servants who formed the majority and outranked by the deputy chairman In effect he warned it was becoming a “parallel cabinet” Not only would this “weaken” the finance ministry it could also he feared gradually erode the cabinet’s powers Today in contrast to 1950 the commission is on the wane A jostle between ministries and the commission is likely to yield in favour of the former Since Nehru’s time the commission’s stock has dwindled as it progressively receded from public view It was embarrassed when in the mid-1980s the then prime minister Rajiv Gandhi referred to its members (including former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh) as a “bunch of jokers” The BJP election manifesto of 1998 declared that it “opposed senseless central planning” But it was only under UPA 2 that the commission came under serious reformatory scrutiny Noting its changed role in the Indian economy over the past few decades the commission’s website concedes that it has moved from “highly centralised planning” to “indicative planning” Downsizing the Planning Commission would be consistent with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent moves to fulfil his campaign chant of “maximum governance minimum government” It should come as no surprise then if in doing so he invoked Sardar Patel’s reservations about the commission It would underscore his allegiance to Patel’s muscular style of leadership put a distance between him and the policies of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty and perhaps even offer a wistful vision of what might have been had India trodden a different path The scepticism about the utility of a Planning Commission reflects how far opinion has shifted over the last six decades In an altered polity and economy centralised planning — an idea that had once gripped the minds of many Indian freedom fighters and nation-builders — has lost traction Once capable of dethroning ministers it finds itself today in unfamiliar abeyance nervously waiting on news of its own survival The writer is a research scholar in history at Princeton University US [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Bengaluru | Published: June 13 2017 6:02 pm In 2014 when she was a barely 14-year-old school girl Rinku Rajguru was auditioned and selected for the plum role in Sairat by director Nagraj Manjule Related News The results of the Maharashtra State Board were declared on Tuesday June 13 Prerana M Rajguru alias Rinku who won the 2015 National Awards Special Mention for her role in the Marathi blockbuster Sairat on Tuesday passed her SSC examinations scoring 6640 per cent marks The 17-year-old Rinku as she is famously known across the state and in film circles scored highest in Hindi (87) followed by her mother tongue Marathi (83) and English (59) She scored lowest in Science and Technology (42) preceded by Maths (48) and Social Sciences (50) making it 6640 per cent out of a total 500 marks from the Pune Division of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary & Higher Secondary Education (MSBSHSE) In 2014 when she was a barely 14-year-old school girl Rinku was auditioned and selected for the plum role in Sairat by director Nagraj Manjule The film tells the riveting story of a rich strong-willed but spoilt girl Archie (Rinku) who falls in love with a low-caste academic and sports star Akash Thosar (Parshya) Both elope to get married and have a child but ultimately they fall victim to honour killing The film went on to create history as the biggest blockbuster in Marathi crossing the Rs 100-crore collections-mark urging the makers to reward both Rinku and Thosar with a Rs 5 crore bonus “Sairat” is now being remade in several Indian languages including Hindi (by Karan Johar) Punjabi Telugu Tamil and Malayalam Rinku is expected to portray the role in some of these remakes of which the Kannada version “Manasu Malligey’ released in February 2017 Burdened with superstardom at a very tender age Rinku couldn’t attend the Jijamata Kanya Prashala School in Akluj Solapur and reportedly appeared for SSCE as a private candidate As the SSCE 2017 results were announced on Tuesday afternoon the entire state waited with bated breath to know Rinku’s academic performance which turned out be ‘first-class’ Of the around 17 lakh students who appeared the pass percentage was 8874 and 193 students hit the bull’s eye — scoring full 100 per cent — at the SSCE this year For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 20 2016 1:11 pm Kareena Kapoor Khan and husband Saif Ali Khan confirmed the birth of their son and also shared the name they have decided to give him: Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi Related News Kareena Kapoor Khan and husband Saif Ali Khan confirmed the birth of their son and also shared the name they have decided to give him: Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi In a statement released shortly after their baby’s birth the couple said: “We are very pleased to share with you all the wonderful news about the birth of our son: Taimur Ali Khan Pataudi on the 20th of December 2016 We would like to thank the media for the understanding and support they have given us over the last 9 months and of course especially our fans and well wishers for their continued affection Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you all…With love Saif & Kareena” Kareena Kapoor gave birth to the couple’s first child together on Tuesday morning Both the Khan and Kapoor family members were present at the Breach Candy Hospital when Kareena was wheeled in for the delivery Despite the speed at which Saif and Kareena shared the statement they lost out to Karan Johar The filmmaker shared the baby’s name before anyone else In a tweet Karan wrote on Twitter “My Bebo had a baby boy!!! Am so so happy!!! #TaimurAliKhan”\ My Bebo had a baby boy!!! Am so so happy!!! #TaimurAliKhan ?????” said Ross.3 million, ? ? While the state?000 crore that she inherited from the Left. Mumbai heads to Lonavala.

t respond to advt,The CBI has conducted raids on many front companies of Raja, Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, I did it after I got documented proof. “Agarwal had been on our radar for long. “Each of the areas is at least 5000-10000 square feet and the plant can be used for biomethanisation, which will include setting up the plant as well as operation and maintenance for a period of five years, The scheme was meant to benefit 89 lakh farmers in the state, has also thrown her support behind better child facilities.performed in Delhi last night.

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