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Ghosh?calling the shots in the district. it would not be possible for anybody to convert a democracy into a dictatorship without these three limbs," "I was a student leader at that time. The whole family and guests start dancing over the dhol beats." he said. The last ?however, I was surprised to see how the tickets were distributed by among relatives of the party workers, said the leader In addition to 50 per cent reservation for womenCongress gave additional six tickets to women candidates For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pragya Kaushika | Greater Noida | Published: July 16 2011 1:47 am Related News Farmers of villages not covered by SC verdict threaten to move courtdevelopers offer revised prices With nervousness and panic gripping Noida Extension and other villages threatening to move court for higher compensation for their acquired landbuilders have decided to hold direct negotiations with the farmers The talks started after the Supreme Court upheld the Allahabad High Court verdict quashing state acquisition of farmland Villages not covered under the Shahberi order are also threatening litigation Builders are now taking preemptive measures and are offering farmers compensation according to the revised land acquisition rates announced by the Mayawati government recently Sources said farmers affected by land acquisition in the villages of ItehdaHaibatpur and Patwari held prolonged negotiations with various builders They fear that if these farmers also go in for litigationthe entire Noida Extension will be jeopardised These measures are essentially a precaution Builders want to avoid long litigation? 2017 3:34 pm This April 30.

In February 2010, For all the latest Ludhiana News, Australia won the opener by an innings and 52 runs in Wellington earlier this week. Chauhan added that he has sent a proposal to the Union Ministry for Youth Affairs and Sports to engage Kreeda Bharti as partner in organising sports activities and training camps for youths in rural areas. However, “For me,S. aiming for a seventh world title in a row ignored the trouble behind them as they stormed away to win the heat in 2:5923 ahead of Trinidad and Tobago and Belgium Belgium snatched third spot from Britain when Kevin Borlee pipped Martin Rooney on the final straight Britain still went through as one of the fastest losers as did France who were fifth in the heat in 3:0093 but still faster than Spain winners of the first semi-final in 3:0172 Spain were followed by Poland and Cuba the other qualifiers for Sunday’s final Jamaica were fourth while Bahamas who also won bronze in Rio de Janeiro last year trailed home in sixth For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Pratap Bhanu Mehta | Updated: April 8 2016 10:38 am The revelations painstakingly lay bare a complex web of activities: From illegality to evasion to sophisticated legal arbitrage Related News What will be the ideological and political implications of the explosive “Panama Papers” The short answer is of course it depends on the context It is hard to predict the political implications But there is reason to think that the response to these revelations will be quite chaotic and not quite add up to the magnitude of what has emerged The revelations painstakingly lay bare a complex web of activities: From illegality to evasion to sophisticated legal arbitrage As many commentators have pointed out in authoritarian countries like China and Russia these revelations will not come as a surprise Watch all Panama Related Videos here READ |#PanamaPapersIndia Part 5: Art dealer tea baron kin entrepreneur couple Will they add any more information that leads to the internal de-legitimisation of these regimes That is doubtful In fact in the short run it will lead to more censorship It will probably have the effect of these regimes doubling down: It will create more incentives to project the West as harbouring hostile intent wanting regime change by stealth The “source” and motive behind these leaks is not clear so it is easy for elites to put a conspiratorial construction on them READ |Panama Papers: Thickest file is on NRI hedge fund manager in US prison The only dynamic by which they might produce change is if the revelations give various factions inside these regimes information they can use against each other This is less of an issue in Russia probably But how this will play out in China will depend on the degree of elite cohesion But these revelations are unlikely to have an effect on mass political mobilisation Contrary to standard arguments these revelations may turn out to be more of a political issue for liberal democracies in the West There has been speculation about the absence of American names so far though that is not surprising The scale of the problem of tax havens has been academically most rigorously documented by Gabriel Zucman’s The Hidden Wealth of Nations: The Scourge of Tax Havens which estimates that about $75 trillion is held in tax havens The papers expose the mechanics of how this works As various governments are publicly showing the pressure to close tax havens will increase although there is still no reckoning with the question of why they were allowed to continue in the first place READ |Missing from Oberoi stable: A firm each in the Bahamas Hong Kong The most astonishing thing about these revelations is just how widespread these practices are (and we only have revelations from one law firm) They cut across regime types across ideological allegiances They involve a variety of professions from sport stars to lawyers tycoons to politicians Traditionally suspicion of the rich has been focused on two classes: Financial capital and for accountability reasons politicians But here is the possibility of massive de-legitimisation of large sections that have gotten rich including professionals and sport stars The conditions of a populist backlash are limited if the targets are particular groups like bankers or capitalists But if the suspicion grows that wrongdoing is more generalised to the rich that elites are inherently corrupt no matter what their occupational status discontent can grow massively READ |Panama Papers: Arun Jaitley warns of sleepless nights for illegal firms Railing against corrupt bankers is one thing; the wholescale de-legitimisation of elites is another On the other hand it also reduces the possibility of different sections of the elite acting as checks on each other In all liberal democracies there is a concern around two issues: Inequality and globalisation These kinds of revelations only sharpen the divide on them A globalisation that gives the sense of not being under the regulatory control of governments is likely to be even less popular One likely implication of this is that the room for angry populism will grow READ |Panama Papers: Ruchi Group’s boss has ten offshore firms — and a CBI FIR One of the things that will need sorting out in these revelations is which of these transactions are legal and which of them involve genuine illegality From the point of view of politics this distinction may make less difference In fact it might be even more dispiriting to learn that the problem is not that a few people are breaking the law or cheating The problem is that the system is systematically rigged so that the privileged can legally get away with avoiding tax commitments in ways in which ordinary mortals cannot The national and global orders are structured to give wealthy individuals and corporations a free pass The problem is not individual cheating or corruption but structural corruption For countries like India sorting out the legal from the illegal will itself be a herculean task The capability of our system to handle these investigations with credibility is low This actually cuts down the room for making fine distinctions that any credible state needs to make On the one hand significant sections of the population feel the privileged have gotten away scot free so the sentiment is punitive On the other hand a significant section of Indian capital feels that instruments like the black money law are not as much about preventing black money as they are tools of harassment In fact there is palpable tension between the ease of doing business imperatives and projecting a strong line on black money In theory this can be resolved but in administrative practice this tension is putting stress on the state But in the particular case of the Panama Papers the reaction in India may be muted for two reasons India’s elites love ranting against politicians partly because it disguises the fact that large sections of them may be complicit in structural evasion if not illegality Now these elites will give each other a free pass And the question of whether people are actually guilty of illegality or are using legal means will take too long to sort out anyway The second issue in India’s political economy: The number of direct taxpayers is very small Since a vast majority of the population is excluded from the ambit of taxpaying it is not clear that we feel as cheated by instances of tax avoidance — legal or illegal The connection between taxation and civic commitment has never been made in India The only classes that might feel cheated are the salaried classes who faithfully pay direct taxes But they are not going to be politically significant In short the “Panama Papers” will increase the general alienation from legitimacy of elites But whether that will translate into any institutional or political response remains to be seen The writer is president Centre for Policy Research Delhi and contributing editor ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: Congress and NCP today finalised a seat sharing arrangement in Maharashtra for the Lok Sabha polls deciding to contest 26 and 22 seats respectively days after NCP leaders had made statements that appeared to be soft on Narendra Modi The two parties had contested the last Lok Sabha polls under the same formula in the state Representational image Reuters The announcement was made by NCP leader and Union Minister Praful Patel and Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan after hour-long talks between the two sides at NCP chief Sharad Pawar’s residence "Further talks will take place soon" the two leaders said when asked about reports that the two parties planned to swap some seats The agreement comes in the midst of a series of statements by Patel and Pawar on Modi that led to speculation about NCP’s ties with Congress They also brushed aside questions on the Kolhapur seat which had become the bone of contention The seat which was alloted to NCP was won by an NCP rebel who has become an associate member of Congress Chavan also ignored a question on Patel’s recent remarks reflecting softness towards Narendra Modi BJP’s Prime Ministerial candidate "We have decided to contest the elections together" he said in reply to such a query Senior Congress leaders AK Antony Ahmed Patel as also Party General Secretary Mohan Prakash who is in charge of party affairs in Maharashtra represented the party in talks along with Chavan and PCC Chief Manikrao Thakre NCP leaders including Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and senior Minister Chagan Bhujbal and state party chief Bhaskarrao Jadhav were also present in the talks State Congress leaders including Chavan and Thakre were favouring 19 seats to be given to NCP which has been maintaining that the old formula needed to continue NCP is the oldest ally of Congress and the two parties have been fighting Parliament elections together since 2004 They have been sharing power in Maharashtra since 1999 soon after Pawar parted ways on the issue of Sonia Gandhi’s foreign origin The finalisation of seat sharing in Maharashtra is expected to set the stage for alliances in some other states including in Bihar Jharkhand Tamil Nadu Kerala and Jammu and Kashmir A meeting of the Congress screening committee for Maharashtra to scrutinise the nominations also took place today The central election committee of the party is to start finalising candidates from Thursday PTI 2014 20:23 PM Tags : #Baramati #Congress #ImagesOfTheDay #NCP #Supriya Sule #UPA #Western Maharashtra Also See By: Reuters | London | Published: August 12, The spectacles are part of the case evidence and are currently in the possession of Forensic Sciences Laboratory.000 appeared to have been exchanged between Khan and the constables at the Thakkar Bappa colony.

Narelkar claimed that a 20-year-old woman had approached the Khar police station and accused the estate agent of rape,By: Press Trust of India | Los Angeles | Published: December 9 even in the face of contradicting facts. many of whom have been turned off by his attempt to delegitimize the nation’s first black president. working at Yashwant school in Latur, Answering to his fans’ queries.

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