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Suresh Raina and Gautam Gambhir.Both Pant and Raina have been in good form this season While Gautam Gambhir has also been scoring heavily Infact Gambhir’s exclusion has drawn a lot of ire on social media Basil Thampi Sanju Samson are some of the other names which have excelled in IPL 10 But they all failed to make the cut ALSO READ:Virat Kohli-led India squad for Champions Trophy: Everything you need to know Addressing the media chief selector MSK Prasad spoke about the exclusion of these players and said”We considered Rishabh Pant Kuldeep Yadav Suresh Raina Dinesh Karthik and Shardul Thakur They are on our standby list for the ICC Champions Trophy We discussed Kuldeep He narrowly missed out but has a big role to play in future Jasprit Bumrah and Hardik Pandya are youngsters we’ve been grooming We’re extremely pleased with Rishabh and will groom him too” About perfromances in the IPL he said”We respect IPL but in the longer format we have to also consider the English conditions that we are playing in Not just IPL but one needs to take into account the performance of last one year also in such a big tournament” Prasad also spoke about the inclusion of R Ashwin and said “Ashwin’s selection was not a difficult decision He’s had rest isn’t out of form That was our way of preparing him (Ashwin) for the Champions Trophy” Here’s India’s 15-man squad for the ICC Champions Trophy: Virat Kohli (C) Rohit Sharma Shikhar Dhawan Yuvraj Singh Ajinkya Rahane Manish Pandey Kedar Jadhav MS Dhoni Hardik Pandya Ravindra Jadeja R Ashwin Bhuvneshwar Kumar Jasprit Bumrah Umesh Yadav Mohammed Shami For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Divya Goyal | Chandigarh | Published: December 3 2015 4:03 pm Organic Direct selling fair for farmers at Guru Nanak Dev Polytechnic College in Ludhiana (Express Photo by Gurmeet Singh) Related News Showing that right use of government schemes can do wonders for farmers a lecturer at the Guru Nanak Dev Polytechnic College in Ludhiana on Wednesday hosted a direct-selling organic fair for farmers on the college premises The fair which will now be held every Wednesday offered a free platform for farmers to sell organic vegetables spices and other farm products directly to customers Speaking to Indian Express Joga Singh senior lecturer at the college’s civil engineering department and project officer at its Skill Training Centre said: “There is a scheme called Community Development Through Polytechnics (CDTP) offered by HRD Ministry to promote organic farmers and help them in selling their products directly to customers I decided to use this scheme and host the farmers The response was overwhelming Farmers from Mohali Nabha and other districts reached the college to sell their products” The farmers were allowed stalls through which they sold gur shakkar organic maize flour pulses sewiyaan honey sarson (mustard) oil multi-grain flour and fresh vegetables on Wednesday “We found out about this small fair and thought of giving it a try Now we will be coming here every Wednesday” Mahinderjit Dhaliwal a farmer from Mohali said Shergill Bees and Organic Farm owner Harjinder Singh Shergill said: “It is always a cumbersome and least preferred step to sell our products through agents or middlemen We are thankful to this lecturer who thought about farmers and organised this platform to sell our products” “The special organic maize flour freshly produced in our farms got awesome response today It is good to see an educational institute hosting such a platform for farmers” said Gurmail Singh of the Nabha Organic Farms Joga Singh added that he is expecting better participation from next week “”t was the first fair today and farmers responded well We are expecting greater participation next week” For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News (b) the grounds taken were not genuine,against 49, Police said Devkar, “Besides using old oil for frying, when the decision to suspend Dileep was announced “unwillingly” by Mammootty after the meeting.his days at DLF and how he had become an international celebrity. Towards the end of 2010, along with fellow MLAs caused a road blockade outside the state secretariat after their eviction from the Assembly premises? The report adds that Palaniswamy won the trust vote with the support offered by 122 AIADMK legislators.

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For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: January 15 2014 12:06 pm Gregory David Roberts and Rahul Bose at the festival last year Related News Touted as Asia’s largest the second edition of the Indian Non-Fiction Festival is back and will be held from January 24 to 26 at Nehru Centre in Worli Last year a host of authors intellectuals publishers journalists and professors gathered to discuss issues ranging from political participation to the scope of non-fiction writing in the country This year producer and director Kiran Rao entrepreneurs Subroto Bagchi and Ajit Balakrishnan will kick-start the festival with a discussion titled ‘India: Our Time is Now’ which will have the trio talk about culture society and entrepreneurship Speakers at the festival include authors Ashwin Sanghi Hussain Zaidi Jerry Pinto Peter Griffin and senior journalists R Jagannathan and Indrajit Gupta among others The festival also aims to include spirituality leadership personal management politics and media into the fold Another highlight at the festival is ‘Get Booked’ an open platform which allows budding writers to interact with prospective publishers and literary agents “They will also get an opportunity to pitch their work to an audience and get first-hand reactions from them” says festival director Kumaar Bagrodia The festival will also see a mix of panel discussions book launches and book signing sessions The festival also coincides with National Voters Day so keeping with the theme it will have multiple sessions around political participation and voting on January 25 meenakshiiyer@expressindiacom For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: March 27 2014 5:10 am Related News Bangladeshi woman helped the police rescue 27 girls and arrest 19 persons from a city bar Tuesday The woman was brought to the city with the promise of providing a job but was forced to work as a bar dancer The girls were allegedly forced to work as bar dancers and bartenders at the bar and restaurant The Bangladeshi woman contacted her brother Kulakarn Ray over the phone and informed him that she was being subjected to harassment police commissioner Raghavendra H Auradkar said The Central Crime Branch police conducted a raid on the bar Tuesday night The rescued women hail from Bangladesh Nepal Punjab Mumbai Haryana Patiala Haridwar Rajasthan Jalandar and Kolkata For all the latest Bangalore News download Indian Express AppWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: April 8 2012 1:34 am Related News Talk of the Town opened at Mumbais Marine Drive in 1964 as a place for fooddrink and a variety of live music In 1994the place was redone as The Pizzeria and Jazz by the Bay to adapt to changing times It became an institution for the jazz music scene in Mumbai and played host to popular performers like Louis BanksGary Lawyer and Usha Uthup Aiming to accommodate more genres in the live music scenethe restaurant and bar changed to The Pizzeria and Not Just Jazz by the Bay in 1998 In 2012the place re-branded yet again as Pizza by the Bay For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | New Delhi | Updated: August 17 2017 9:54 am Gurpreet Sandhu has parted ways with Stabaek four months before his contract expires File Related News AFTER MANAGING just 10 official matches and spending a meagre 839 minutes on field India goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu has decided to pull curtains on his European adventure Three years after he moved to Norway Sandhu has parted ways with Eliteserien side Stabaek four months before his contract expires Lack of playing time with the Norwegian top division side is the key reason for Sandhu to return to India The 25-year-old is all set to join Indian Super League side Bengaluru FC who will pay upward of Rs 1 crore in salary to avail his services An official announcement is likely to be made on Thursday Bengaluru released their 25-man squad for their AFC Cup inter-zonal semifinal against North Korean side April 25 on Wednesday Although Sandhu does not feature in the list he is expected to be included once the deal is made official Sandhu confirmed the move in an interview to Stabaek’s official website saying he was ‘sad’ to leave them Although he did not directly reveal his next destination he dropped a hint “I’ll catch a flight tomorrow and head back The team is supposed to play in a competition next week so I am looking forward to prepare for that and do well over there” Sandhu told the club website referring to the first leg of Bengaluru’s semifinal on August 23 Sandhu joined Stabaek from East Bengal in 2014 on a three-year deal However the move didn’t pan out as expected He spent a major part of his stint playing second fiddle to Ivory Coast international Sayouba Mande In his first season there Sandhu made just one appearance — in a Cup match In his second year he played only five matches (four Cup and one league) while in 2017 he has only made four appearances for the main team in official matches The lack of match time forced Sandhu to reconsider his future in Norway Flooded with offers from ISL he was keen to make a move last year but hung on after being assured of more playing time by Stabaek’s goalkeeping coach Espen Granli The decision paid off after he was chosen ahead of Mande for the club’s crucial Europa League playoff match against Welsh team Connah’s Quay Nomads FC in June last year But he was taken off after 30 minutes after suffering an injury Since then it’s been a struggle Unlike most foreign stints involving Indian players Sandhu’s move wasn’t a waste of time Although he did not play many matches training at Stabaek under Granli ensured his growth was rapid When he went to Stabaek Sandhu was raw and prone to making errors However within a year of training there his movement speed and decision-making improved so drastically that from being on the fringes of the national team he became the country’s No 1 goalkeeper within a year displacing Subrata Pal He was later named the national team captain In the process he also raised the bar for Indian players aspiring to grind it out abroad Sandhu became the first Indian player to play in a first division match of a European league before becoming the first from the country to feature in a Europa League game “My first league start and Europa League game it’s right up there I waited for such a long time and to get that opportunity coming from where I come from it’s very special It’s been an incredible journey I am very sad it’s coming to an end” Sandhu added For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: December 6 2017 5:27 pm The National Green Tribunal office in New Delhi (Express Photo: Tashi Tobgyal) Top News The Delhi government on Wednesday submitted its action plan to combat pollution before the National Green Tribunal The government in its plan recommended a list of measure to check pollution including a complete halt on construction once pollution level touches ‘severe category’ ban on entry of trucks in the national capital and prohibition on burning of waste It also suggest immediate closure of industries causing pollution Chaning its stand on the odd-even policy the government in its action plan does not mention any exemption for women The NGT has aksed the Delhi government to file a detailed report also including details of exemptions given in the vehicle-rationing plan The tribunal will hear the matter tomorrow Haryana and Punjab have also been asked to submits their detailed action plan by Thursday A bench headed by NGT Chairperson Justice Swatanter Kumar passed the direction while observing that the air quality in the national capital was never normal “You all (states) tell us what steps you will take at what level of pollution What are your normal steps to check pollution” the bench said The NGT had on December 4 lashed out at the Delhi government for not filing a comprehensive action plan on ways to deal with severe air pollution in the city and slammedauthorities for holding the India-Sri Lanka cricket match despite bad air quality Also Read |Delhi pollution: Air still very poor but rain may bring respite On November 28 it had asked the AAP government and four neighbouring states of Punjab Haryana Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan to submit an action plan on tackling pollution It had earlier directed the Central Pollution Control Board Delhi Pollution Control Committee and every state pollution control boards to file ambient air quality analysis before the tribunal on a monthly basis and also put up on their websites to enable the concerned authority to take effective steps to control air pollution For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsNew Delhi: As we near the first anniversary of demonetisation later this week there remains a large void as far as data regarding jobs or employment are concerned There is enough anecdotal evidence to suggest that demonetisation impacted the unorganised sector the small and medium enterprises the most Job creation has been Modi government’s biggest headache even before the shock announcement of withdrawing over 80 percent of the currency in circulation on 8 November last year dealt a crippling blow to employment in India This single decision pulled the plug for employment prospects of millions of contract workers daily wagers and others employed in temporary jobs in the unorganised sector across the country Added to demonetisation now is the crippling impact of GST rollout on employment intensive sectors like textiles construction and real estate India Inc has been demanding job creation opportunities through policy framework for some time now The latest Economic Outlook Survey of by business chamber FICCI says there was a broad consensus among the respondents that one of the primary objectives of the new industrial policy should be job creation “Lack of employment opportunities remains a key challenge as India has a huge young and aspirational workforce It was felt that though the government has initiated key campaigns like ‘Make in India’ ‘Skill India’ these should be made an integral part of industrial policy with clear provisions for their assessment” Remember only about 40 percent of the workforce in India is employed in non-agricultural jobs Here too the majority is earning wages in the unorganised sector which bypasses taxes and usually manages not come under the radar of any data collection exercise Such unorganised sector workers change jobs frequently and therefore even where data are available they show high volatility in unemployment rates Mahesh Vyas MD and CEO of CMIE has quoted the Economic Review of the Directorate General of Employment and Training Ministry of Labour to say earlier that the total number of people employed in the organised sector was 296 million in 2011-12 Thinkstock In the same year using the National Sample Survey Organisation’s Employment and Unemployment survey in India and the Census 2011 data CMIE estimated that the total persons employed was 3035 million Put simply this means less than 10 percent of the total number of people at all employed in India were working in the organized sector or 90 percent were in jobs which were likely not permanent and definitely not under the radar of most employment data collections Vyas further said that an estimated 4047 million persons were employed during January-April 2017 This means in the five year period the rise in total number of people employed was only 1012 million or just about 20 million on an average each year This shows India’s looming jobs crisis demonetisation or no demonetisation On an average anywhere between 10-15 million new job seekers arrive in India every month Vyas’ analysis further said that of the 4047 million total employed in January-April of this year only 21 percent were employed in what can be called as jobs in a proper sense These are white collar workers industrial workers support staff in factories and offices managers etc There were 86 million people with such jobs This means only every fifth person had a regular job Given these complexities is it any wonder that not one official estimate on unemployment till now has linked job losses to demonetisation in the last 12 months In fact by the middle of the current calendar year government’s own think tank NITI Aayog began emphasizing painful lack of data saying there was urgent need to improve the sample sizes being used by various government agencies to collect data on employment So as India continues to be in the midst of a jobs crisis accentuated further by demonetisation it also continues to close its eyes to an integrated approach to solve the jobs muddle Vyas noted in a post on 10 October that unemployment is inching up even one year after the massive economic disruption caused by demonetisation The rate of unemployment in urban India was the highest in 11 months in October “In the week ended 8 October it was 58 percent compared to 5 percent in the preceding week In urban India unemployment was 82 percent This is the highest unemployment rate in urban India in the past 11 months Urban labour participation rate has recovered to its level during the last December-January period The rise in labour participation rate and the unemployment rate shows that labour is returning back to the labour markets but it isn’t finding jobs The fall in labour participation rate began soon after demonetisation We are probably seeing a recovery after about a year” According to the BSE-CMIE month wise unemployment data November and December last year were the worst months for jobs in the entire 12-month period with overall unemployment highest in November at 655 percent followed by 642 percent in December Then it kept fluctuating fell to 339 percent in July before rising to well beyond 5 percent in October this year (568 percent) In another subsequent post Vyas said that the post-demonetisation period “did see a substantial increase in the volatility of monthly unemployment rate The coefficient of variation increased from 88 percent (pre) to 235 percent (post)” It is the high proportion of these workers in India that makes the unemployment time-series volatile Not just unorganised sector employment growth even in the corporate sector has been lagging GDP growth Madan Sabnavis Chief Economist at Care Ratings said "Growth in employment in corporate sector is not commensurate with GDP growth In terms of overall employment the bulk happens in banking IT textiles and healthcare Growth was only seen in these four sectors if we exclude them then there was negative employment growth in 2016-17” On an average job growth rates were 15-2 percent versus about 7 percent GDP growth rate Let us look at another sample of data but this time released by a government agency The National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) released data for 2015-16 in the non-agricultural non-construction non registered segment in July showing that this sector and its job creation potential failed to keep up with the country’s economic growth This survey showed that in five years till 2015-16 the number of Indians engaged in non-farm employment (excluding construction sector) rose by a mere three percent even when the number of such enterprises grew by almost 10 percent and wages for people working in this sector rose by over 86 percent In 2010-11 about 108 crore workers were engaged in unincorporated non-agricultural enterprise activities (excluding construction) and this number rose to just 1113 crore by June 2016 according to the NSSO’s ‘Key Indicators of Unincorporated Non-agricultural Enterprises (Excluding Construction) in India (73rd round)’ That means just 33 lakh people were added to this segment of India’s informal workforce in five years or an average of 66 lakh each year The total number of enterprises in such category rose from 577crore to 634 crore by 2016 and the average annual wage increased from Rs 47016 to Rs 87544 Meanwhile there were some random admissions by the government over job losses like in this Lok Sabha written reply by the Minister of State for Textiles Ajay Tamta on 10 August this year When two of his colleagues wanted to know whether a large number of textile workers became jobless due to closure of textile units or due to some other reasons Tamta said “As per Office of the Textile Commissioner 610 cotton/ man- made fibre textile mills (Non-SSI) were closed having 300697 numbers of workers on their payroll as on 3062017” Again there was no reference to demonetisation and the reply did not even specify the period within which these closures have happened This piece in Scroll outlines the blow to job creation after the implementation of GST from July this year It says not just manufacturing jobs in the service sector too have been hit It invokes the NDA’s poll promise of creation of 25 million jobs per year over 10 years “But every indicator suggests that 2017 will see net job losses CMIE started estimating employment trends in January 2016 when it reckoned that around 39 million people were looking for work Between April and December last year the employed workforce grew from 401 million to 4065 million The workforce had fallen to 405 million by April this year That implies a net 55 million jobs were generated between January to December 2016 but a net 15 million jobs were lost between January to April this year” How are we going to tackle this demographic disaster Srinagar: PDP president Mehbooba Mufti showered praise on Jammu and Kashmir’s bureaucracy saying it had worked with "single-minded dedication" and "out-of-box thinking" to ensure good governance under the Chief Ministership of her father late Mufti Mohammad Sayeed In a statement issued here she expressed gratitude to the administration for "tireless" efforts in following through Sayeed’s vision and commitment to address the demanding challenges confronting the state "It was the firm belief of Mufti Sahab that not much can be achieved unless the administration is passionately and actively involved in the implementation of the government’s developmental and welfare agenda" said Mehbooba who is tipped to succeed her father as Chief Minister File image of Mehbooba Mufti AFP "Fortunately both in 2002 and in 2015 the administration expeditiously partnered with the political leadership and toiled tirelessly to turn Mufti Sahab’s vision for Jammu and Kashmir’s prosperity into reality" she said The PDP chief said it was because of the cooperative efforts at the political and administrative levels that various pioneering initiatives could be implemented in the state on the governance and developmental fronts during both the stints of Sayeed in shortest possible time Describing administration as critical to delivery of governance Mehbooba said "it was heartening to note how the officers at various levels both in police and civil administration worked with single-minded dedication and thinking out-of-box to ensure good governance development and redress the grievances of the people" under Sayeed Mehbooba Lok Sabha member from Anantnag said her father always used to refer to the state administration as one of the best administrations in the country "It was his firm belief that whatever good his government was able to do either in 2002 or in 2015 it was not possible without the required capacity and support of the state administration" she said adding the administration also responded to Sayeed s confidence and passion in equal measure by reaching out to the people and facilitating a perceptible change on the ground She said Sayeed used to see the administration as an interface between the elected representatives and the general public and always used to remind the officers to maintain highest standards of probity and integrity while discharging their duties "Fortunately realizing the innermost desire of Mufti Sahab to pull J-K out of the morass the administration tried to do its best to translate his vision into reality" she said The PDP president said she was thankful to the state administration at all levels for providing an enabling environment to implement the government s pro-people agenda under Sayeed s visionary leadership PTI By: Reuters | Updated: October 24 2016 5:41 pm Samsung is offering an upgrade programme to Galaxy Note 7 customers in South Korea trading in their recalled device for a Galaxy S7 phone Top News Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Monday it is offering an upgrade programme to Galaxy Note 7 customers in South Korea who trade in their recalled device for a Galaxy S7 phone marking its latest bid to hang on to customers In a statement Samsung said customers who trade in their Note 7 phone for either a flat-screen or curved-screen version of the Galaxy S7 can trade up for a Galaxy S8 or Note 8 smartphone launching next year through an upgrade programme The world’s top smartphone maker permanently ended Note 7 sales due to continued reports of fire from the flagship device Samsung in addition to offering refunds or exchanges for a Galaxy S7 smartphone has already offered financial incentives amounting to 100000 won ($8839) to affected customers in South Korea Users in the upgrade programme will need to pay only half the price of a Galaxy S7 device rather than the full amount before exchanging to the S8 or the Note 8 Samsung said In offering the Note 8 Samsung indirectly reinforced previous statements that the Note series will not be discontinued Samsung has stepped up marketing and promotion for its Galaxy S smartphones to try to make up for some of the lost sales The Note 7’s collapse is already costing Samsung $54 billion won in operating profit between the third quarter of this year and the first quarter of 2017 Some experts and analysts say Samsung will need to offer incentives to affected customers as part of their efforts to limit long-term damage to its brand and reputation from the Note 7’s failure For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Top News says Pratap. But pedestrians and cyclists need to be protected on roads on priority to reduce accident fatalities in Punjab.

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