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The decision was taken in a meeting of the environment department, Sharat Saxena, Afghanistan then had some fine moves in the Indian half? 2005, Dr Kirti Dua from the varsity said,for Muslims as a ? While the tussle between the BJP and the Congress over the legacy of Sardar Patel has subsided,1842 marks out of the aggregate 200. Most successful candidates are from Baghpat and the fewest 18 from Shravasti The second highest number2004was from Muzaffarnagar Meerut was the next with 1899 recruits As many as 9450 successful candidates were OBCs and 7659 SCs Only 391 candidates from STshoweverqualified against the 700 posts reserved for them In the unreserved categorythere were 17500 postsbut there8596 OBCs and 1608 SCs got selected on merit The quota for womentooremains unfilled Against 7000 reserved postsonly 5362 were selected Reeta Deshwal of Meerutwho ranked 194 in the merit listtopped the list In all75 lakh candidates had applied for the posts For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Nairobi | Updated: December 13 2015 12:16 pm Men carry away a dead body in the Nyakabiga neighborhood of Bujumbura Burundi Saturday Dec 12 2015 (AP Photo) Related News Violence from coordinated attacks on three Burundian army installations killed 87 people an army spokesman said Saturday showing the escalating turmoil over the disputed third term of President Pierre Nkurunziza More than 150 armed men raided the army facilities Friday and 79 of them were killed army spokesman Col Gaspard Baratuza said Saturday Eight security agents four from the army and four from police also died in the fighting and 21 security officers were wounded he said Baratuza said forces arrested 45 members of the unidentified group that attacked the military installations It is not clear if the army’s number includes all of the 28 people whose bodies were found Saturday morning on the streets of Burundi’s capital Bujumbura Residents of the city said that security forces searched houses and dragged out people and shot them some with their hands tied behind their backs A climate of fear has engulfed the capital Bujumbura after the sounds of battle could be heard throughout the day Friday and overnight Residents hid in their houses leaving only security personnel patrolling the streets Some residents ventured out of their houses Saturday but largely remained uneasily in their neighborhoods “What is the international community waiting for Will they intervene when there are no more people in Burundi” asked businessman Gerald Bigirimana in Nyakabiga while pointing at one of the bodies lying on the streets The body of a 14-year-old boy was found in the Jabe neighborhood a witness said James Ntunzwenimana was shot dead while going to buy sugar said the witness who spoke on condition of anonymity because he feared for his safety In the Nyakabiga neighborhood residents said they woke up to the shocking scene of dead bodies sprawled out on the streets Witnesses said the security forces killed unarmed men An eyewitness told The Associated Press he counted 21 bodies with bullet wounds in their heads in Nyakabiga Saturday morning Some of the dead had their hands tied behind their backs said the witness who insisted on anonymity due to safety concerns “I fear I can be killed like my friend yesterday police came to search our house and by chance I escaped If I had money I would go buy a passport and flee” said Fidele Muyobera 22 who works as household help In Nyakabiga soldiers pursued some of the men who attacked military installations in Ngagara and Musaga neighborhoods said Baratuza the army’s spokesman He declined to take questions from journalists Baratuza Friday said the attackers’ intention was to steal weapons to use to free prisoners Hundreds of people opposed to the president’s third term have been imprisoned since April when it was announced that Nkurunziza would stand for a third term sparking months of violent street protest and a failed coup Many Burundians and the international community have opposed Nkurunziza’s third term as unconstitutional and in violation of a peace accord The treaty ended a civil war in which 300000 people were killed between 1993 and 2006 The United States said it is “deeply alarmed” by the violence in Bujumbura said a statement released by John Kirby a State Department spokesman The US called on neighboring countries to start urgent negotiations between Burundi’s government and the opposition to defuse the situation The UN Security Council late Friday strongly condemned the violence and US Ambassador Samantha Power said the council should look at “how the international community can protect civilians from mass violence including for the possible deployment of a regionally led peace support operation” At least 240 people have been killed since April and about 215000 others have fled to neighboring countries according to the United Nations For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: November 11 2017 3:02 pm The Senate bill would eliminate a taxpayer’s ability to deduct state income taxes and local property taxes (AP Photo) Top News The House and Senate tax overhaul plans are broadly similar but crucial differences are creating headaches for Republican leaders determined to keep myriad interest groups and factions of the GOP satisfied And then there’s the ambitious timetable they’ve set of finishing in time to get legislation to President Donald Trump by Christmas The most politically challenging decisions involve dealing with popular and widely used tax deductions structuring tax cuts for business and balancing personal income tax rates between middle-class families and the rich All of these decisions come against a generous — but firm — 10-year $15 trillion cap on the measure’s cost to the federal deficit Both House and Senate have adopted accounting gimmicks to squeeze tax cuts that appear larger down to fit that restraint Trump’s enormously expensive demand for a cut in the corporate tax rate to 20 percent — from the current 35 percent — is a big complication as is unrest among House Republicans hailing from affluent suburban districts who are upset over the proposed loss of the deduction for state income taxes A rundown on the major differences between the House and Senate bills: INDIVIDUAL TAX RATES The Senate measure keeps the current number of personal income tax brackets seven though it changes the rates to 10 12 225 25 325 35 and 385 percent That last top bracket for the wealthiest earners carries a higher rate of 396 percent under current law The House bill goes further toward simplifying the tax system It shrinks the number of brackets from seven to four with rates of 12 25 35 and 396 percent Lots of numbers here for congressional negotiators to play with to move up or down The inheritance tax on multimillion dollar estates called the estate tax is an especially hot-button issue Democrats point to the proposed GOP changes as proof that the Republicans are out to help wealthy people like Trump and his family Currently when someone dies the person inheriting the estate must pay taxes on its value above $55 million for individuals $11 million for couples The House bill initially doubles those limits and then repeals the whole tax after 2023 The Senate version doubles those exemption amounts _ but doesn’t repeal the tax To repeal or not to repeal That may be the class-warfare question DEDUCTIONS The Senate bill would eliminate a taxpayer’s ability to deduct state income taxes and local property taxes But the final bill may have to closely track a House compromise that provides a property tax deduction of up to $10000 or else risk a revolt from GOP lawmakers from New York New Jersey and California The Senate bill preserves popular individual tax breaks for large medical expenses mortgage interest electric vehicles and college costs that were targeted by the House The House limits deductibility of mortgage interest to the first $500000 of a loan riling the real estate and housing industries and eliminates a deduction for medical expenses that’s often taken by families facing crippling nursing home costs BUSINESS Both the House and Senate versions slash the tax rate for corporations to 20 percent from the current 35 percent But there’s a big twist: The Senate bill delays the rate cut for a year The delay was put in to reduce the bill’s cost by $100 billion or so _ but it’s opposed by the White House and House Republicans Wall Street hates it too US stock markets sold off Thursday in response to news of the proposed deferral with industrial and technology stocks leading the decline before recouping some of the losses by the close of trading Might the implementation delay be traded for a smaller corporate tax cut something above 20 percent Trump actually had been demanding 15 percent and reportedly was initially furious at the 20 percent figure The issue is setting the corporate rate at a level that experts and tax writers believe would bring the US closer to its overseas competitors The electric car industry _ notably makers Tesla and Chevrolet _ and producers of wind power for generating electricity are losers under the House bill The tax credit of up to $7500 for plug-in electric vehicles would be repealed and the credit for wind energy would be reduced But the Senate version retains the incentives The loss of tax credits for renewable energy would free billions to help pay for the corporate tax cuts in the legislation But in addition to environmentalists’ objections the prospect also angers some Republican senators including powerful Chuck Grassley of Iowa who has vowed to defend the credit There’s a special rate for businesses whose profits are counted in the owners’ personal tax returns Millions of US businesses use this “pass-through” format The House bill taxes many of them at a maximum 25 percent down from 396 percent currently and adds a lower minimum rate The Senate version would set a new 174 percent deduction for “pass-through” income aimed to help smaller businesses For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Anil Singh, Party workers have requested Modi to communicate their message to Obama 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Initially, Anant Sardeshmukh, status quo has been maintained for the proposal. “I think our relationship is good. If he scores runs it will really help his captaincy.s rally in Saharanpur last month, 2015.(File/Reuters) Related News Powerful Syrian rebel chief Zahran Alloush was killed in a regime air strike east of Damascus Friday dealing blows to both the nearly five-year uprising and a fragile peace process Alloush 44 was the commander of the Jaish al-Islam (Army of Islam) movement the predominant opposition faction in the Eastern Ghouta rebel bastion east of Damascus He and five other commanders were killed “in an air strike that targeted one of their meetings in Eastern Ghouta” today the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said WATCH VIDEO A senior member of Jaish al-Islam confirmed Alloush’s death to AFP saying three planes targeted a “secret meeting” of commanders The Syrian government and its media regularly refers to Jaish al-Islam as “terrorists” and state television did so again in the news alert announcing Alloush’s death In a statement carried by state television Syria’s army command said it had conducted the “special operation” that killed Alloush as part of its “national mission” A Syrian security source told AFP “dozens” of rebel fighters were killed in the raids carried out by Syria’s air force with newly-provided Russian missiles The jets launched two rounds of strikes on the meeting with four missiles each the source said At least 12 Jaish al-Islam members and seven from the Islamist Ahrar al-Sham group were killed Jaish al-Islam is the most prominent rebel faction in the Eastern Ghouta region an opposition bastion east of the capital frequently bombarded by regime forces Backed by Riyadh it recently took part in landmark opposition talks in Saudi Arabia It was known to have extremist views and to have supported the establishment of an Islamic state before recently moving towards a more moderate position Zahran Alloush was born in 1971 in Douma one of the largest towns in Eastern Ghouta His father was a prominent Salafist preacher who now resides in Riyadh Following in his father’s footsteps Alloush pursued religious studies in both Syria and Saudi Arabia Alloush was arrested in 2009 and was released in June 2011 in a general amnesty just three months after Syria’s uprising against President Bashar al-Assad erupted He took up arms and in 2013 united a number of rebel groups under the banner of Jaish al-Islam With close-cropped hair and a dark beard Alloush was typically dressed in military-style fatigues For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 14 2012 2:00 am Top News Punajb Universitys (PU) Central placement driveAvsarwill ensure the placement of 504 of the total 800 students from various departments – shortlisted by the organising committee from among those who had registered S K ChadhaCentral Placement Coordinator of PUinformed that out of a total of about 1100 students who had registered for the placement drivethose 800 were chosen who have not been able to secure jobs in their department-specific placement drives The drivewhich was managed completely online this yearhas gathered an improved response from the students Speaking to NewslineSmritia student of Tourism Managementsaid? the movie was lauded even before its release. For all the latest Entertainment News, While Kejriwal will address the gathering.

Somendra Dhaka,2010,s intervention.” he told Firstpost. The Hindu,dismisses the Opposition parties’ solidarity with AAP suggesting that their coming together is aimed at launching a concentrated attack on the BJP government “Instead of making an effort to settle the issues by bringing clarity in the demarcation of power the Lt Governor is locking horns with the political leadership At the same time levelling allegations against civil servants is unbecoming ofa chief minister The fight has become nasty and ugly and it is bringing disrepute to both the offices of the chief minister and the Lt Governor” he told Firstpost He added that the “Opposition parties are joining hands with AAP on this issue just because they have a chance to launch an attack on the Centre” Swaraj Samvad the new political organisation by former AAP leaders Prashant Bhushan and Yogendra Yadav termed the fight as unfortunate “The politics of personal allegations brinkmanship and dragging of the bureaucracy into petty political fights is unfortunate” a statement issued by the organisation said But theongoing political tussle has already had an impact on the bureaucracy The allegations and counter allegations could wellback fire on AAP’s political prospects as it is bringing down the morale of the bureaucrats in the Delhi government Caught in the cross fires between the two constitutional authorities the officers say anyone of them can fall victim to the clash of egos Many officials have either applied for leave or transfers from the Delhi government because they say the AAP government has made the work environment unpleasing They say the allegations againstPower Secretary Shakuntala Gamlin whose appointment as the acting chief secretary created an unnecessary uproar has demoralised them and therefore they are seeking deputation in the Central government And if they are not provided a cordial atmosphere it will adversely impact the government’s performance New Delhi: The Cauvery Supervisory Committee is meeting in Delhi to decide on the quantum of the river water to be released to Tamil Nadu and other states by Karnataka The supervisory committee in its previous meeting on 12 September had failed to arrive at any decision for want of adequate information which was to be made available by the river basin states It had asked them to provide the information by 15 September Tamil Nadu and Karnataka had submitted to the committee data about withdrawal of water its utilisation variation in rainfall and its impact on the actual run-off over a period of 29 years in their respective Cauvery basin areas according to a source Representational image AFP Besides Shekhar chief secretaries of Tamil Nadu Karnataka Kerala and Puducherry and Central Water Commission chairman are members of the Committee formed to implement final award of Cauvery Water Disputes Tribunal The Supreme Court had on 5 September asked Tamil Nadu to approach the committee headed by Union Water Resources Ministry Secretary Shashi Shekhar over the issue On that day the apex court had asked Karnataka to release 15000 cusecs of water per day for a period of 10 days to Tamil Nadu to ameliorate plight of farmers there The interim order led to protests in parts of Karnataka especially in Mandya district considered as the hotbed of Cauvery politics Meanwhile Karnataka which is the upper riparian state approached the Supreme Court on 11 September seeking modification of its order A day later the court modified the order reducing the quantum of water to be released to Tamil Nadu and other states to 12000 cusecs per day until 20 September when the SC will hear the matter again Beijing: In the wake of the international tribunal rejecting its claims in the disputed South China Sea China on Friday said that the issue of sovereignty was the nation’s "bottom line" and the country "cannot loose one centimetre" of the area it claims South China Sea Getty images "The sovereignty issue is China’s bottom line" China’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi said "Though China is large we cannot lose one centimetre of inheritance left by the ancestors" said Yang who is the State Councillor a rank higher than Foreign Minister while commenting on the ongoing row over the verdict delivered by an international arbitral tribunal which quashed Beijing’s claims of historic rights over the South China Sea Yang’s comments also carry significance for India as he is China’s designated Special Representative for boundary talks along with National Security Advisor Ajit Doval India and China have so far held 19 rounds of talks to resolve the boundary dispute At the centre of the dispute is China’s claims over Arunachal Pradesh which it regards as part of southern Tibet China regards the boundary issue as a legacy from history and refuses to recognise the McMahon Line as the effective boundary between the two countries While both sides in recent years managed to reduce tensions between troops patrolling disputed areas with various dialogue mechanisms China has not responded positively to India’s proposal to demarcate the 3488-km Line of Actual Control (LAC) to avoid border tensions China is currently mustering all its resources to counter the South China Sea judgement by a five-member global tribunal appointed by the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) which has struck down its ‘nine-dash line’ claim on almost all of the South China Sea that was based on its arguments that the islands and reefs were discovered and administered by the Chinese for over 2000 years The Philippines Vietnam Malaysia Brunei counter China’s claims in the resource-rich waterway as it falls in their own Exclusive Economic Zones Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang warned on Thursday saying that "if anyone wants to take any provocative action against China’s security interest based on the award China will take a decisive response" China has also lodged a diplomatic protest with Australia after itsForeign Minister Julie Bishop said the South China Sea verdict is legally binding and Australian ships and aircraft would continue to exercise freedom of navigation and overflight rights over the area "We will take decisive measures in response to any provocative action attempting to harm China’s sovereignty and security interests under the pretext of freedom of navigation" Lu said The parties have had to submit their details in the affidavit too, With social media now acknowledged as a propaganda platform,a constable from the 2008 batch,” The death toll from Maria in Puerto Rico was at least 10, Girish Karnad’s Bali The sacrifice.

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