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He was later apprehended. While her former landing was a pike body double somersault, Dabholkar’s family members, For all the latest Lucknow News, "In protecting the rights to free speech,S.the editorial reasons that they have suffered enough and it should not be allowed any longer.s Azad Maidan calling it a ? the government may be willing to amend? And there is little chance of him getting a Kejriwal-like welcome at Hazare’s protest. When asked about possible Congress participation in the Jantar Mantar agitation Hazare icily said "If Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi wants to join the agitation he can come and sit among the public" By: Express News Service | Published: September 26 2014 12:27 am Related News In his speech at the ceremonial unveiling of the ambitious “Make in India” programme aimed at encouraging foreign investment and exports Prime Minister Narendra Modi articulated a significant reorientation of the contract between the entrepreneur and the state and a shift in the way business is perceived He underscored the need for trust to be the default setting rather than oppressive scrutiny and oversight and for government as facilitator to step in less frequently This marks a paradigm shift from the rote contempt for and suspicion of business that has marked the dominant sarkari culture for decades It is in this context that a seemingly small policy alteration like the acceptance of self-certified documents — that the PM also mentioned in his speech — becomes the signal for a pivotal and much-needed change But the launch of a programme aimed at boosting manufacturing was shadowed by the Supreme Court judgment of the previous day cancelling all but four coal block allocations made since 1993 Without enough coal to sustain the power and steel industries and a healthy banking system — it is currently staring at the possibility of Rs 1 lakh crore of debt going bad in the power sector alone — the manufacturing sector seems imperilled In his speech the PM also talked of businessmen wanting to quit India because of policy flip flops and uncertainty and of the prerequisite for attracting firms: ensuring security of investment Given the bitter aftertaste of the SC judgment or of the CBI’s selective exhumations of long-ago decisions for instance the PM’s assurances will not be enough to reassure investors The PM has reiterated the promise of change that won him his mandate but the follow through will require more than catchy phrases and alliterations The fact is there won’t be any FDI unless we “first develop India” as a hospitable business destination This entails revisiting among other things the country’s restrictive labour legislation the land acquisition act and the corporate tax rate among the highest in Asia In the immediate term the government must do what it can to make reparations for the coal block cancellations — an auction should be held as soon as possible and earlier allottees given a right of first refusal Manufacturing growth is a sine non qua for employment growth and development The PM’s promises will now be tested by the capacity of his government to dig in its heels bring in the deeper change For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANJALI MARAR | Pune | Published: February 10 2017 1:46 am Top News THE CITY will be witnessing hotter days ahead said the India Meteorology Department (IMD) adding that this leads to end of the winter season from major parts of central and peninsular India including Maharashtra The minimum temperatures recorded across Madhya Maharashtra Vidarbha and Konkan on Wednesday remained on the higher side of normal at least by two degree Celsius The minimum temperature recorded in Pune on the day was 15 degree Celsius which was up by 36 degrees City was hotter in the day by nearly degrees with the maximum temperature touching 33 degree mark Watch What Else is Making News “Under the influence of moisture laden easterly winds the nights have become warmer” said AK Srivastava head of climate monitoring and analysis group at IMD Otherwise dry weather conditions prevailed over most parts of the state on the day making it another hot day over several places in Madhya Maharashtra and Vidarbha Some of the cities which remained hot on the day were Solapur (353 degree Celsius) Sangli (35 degrees Celsius) and Akola (347 degrees Celsius) Warming trend over the same regions was also observed as the night temperature recorded was appreciably above normal Buldhana (194 degrees Celsius) experienced the warmest night in the state on the day followed by Aurangabad (187 degrees) Nanded (187 degrees) Though chill would continue to prevail over north India with fresh western disturbances expected to pass by Jammu Kashmir and neighbouring regions there would not any significant effect for central India informed another official at IMD For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsAs French President Francois Hollande began his three-day visit to India that could push through the multibillion-dollar deal for Rafale combat airplanes the French media said that India might have to be a bit patient with the Rafale deal In an interview with PTI Hollande hinted it might take some more time to sign the deal "Agreeing on the technicalities of this arrangement obviously takes time but we are on the right track" PTI quoted Hollande as saying French President Francois Hollande (left) with PM Narendra Modi PTI While an article onLe Huffington Post said that Hollande’s visit to India was "a rare honour for a Western leader and (a) brand of good relations between Paris and New Delhi (is) just waiting to grow" it also said that patience was "the key word" with respect to the Rafale deal in light of Hollande saying that it might take some time to sign the deal The report also said that because of "obsolescence that threatens the (Indian) Air Force" and the growing demand for the Rafale planes after its sale in Egypt and Qatar the policymakers in India were keen to diversify India’s weapon sources "The geopolitical context of the Indian subcontinent is another argument in favor of an early conclusion of negotiations" said the report further saying that India’s tense relations with Pakistan and "the repeated intrusions of China strategic ally of Islamabad" were also important reasons for the deal to be concluded early Focussing on the economic impact of Hollande’s visit French daily Le Figaro stressed on the fact that French companies will be involved int he development of Chandigarh Nagpur and Pondicherry "The Indian Prime Minister has made himself the champion of ‘Make in India’ (Manufacturing in India) to attract investors and rebalance the fundamentals of an economy where services are carving the lion’s share (52 percent) compared to industry (30 percent)" said the report It also said that Hollande remembered that Modi had played a "decisive and central" role in the international climate conference in Paris Modi had first announced India’s desire to buy 36 Rafale combat planes for its air force back in April last year during his visit to Paris Hollande had landed in the northern city of Chandigarh where Modi joined him at official engagements and lauded France’s decision to invest $1 billion every year in India in various sectors Chandigarh was designed in the 1950s by Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier and is one of three places France has pledged to help develop as so-called "smart cities" — with clean water supplies efficient sewage disposal and public transportation Hollande and French business leaders met with their Indian counterparts to boost bilateral trade which in 2014 was $86 billion New Delhi is also trying to encourage French companies to tap into India’s economic boom Modi in his speech said India was looking forward to French expertise in defense production developing railways and waterways and fighting global warming and terrorism Hollande is accompanied by the ministers of defence foreign affairs economy and culture and dozens of top corporate leaders With inputs from AP

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