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? The BJP MLAs are Narendra Mehta (Meera Bhayandar); Sanjay Kelkar (Thane); Manda Mhatre (Belapur). download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: August 23, The move is likely to significantly hamper the patient care at the tertiary care hospital. It all started right from the Twenty20 where people would ask – Why don’t you wear a mic? An elated Chandela said: "This gold at Sweden has further strengthened my resolve to bag a medal at the Rio Olympics this year. Mohamed Salah pulled one back for Liverpool in front of a record Premier League crowd of 80, Dhoni ensured his team and the management trust his “instincts”. “They stated that whatever the Anganwadi workers is getting is enough. In an interview to NDTV.

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1 overs (Unmukt Chand 118 not out). while Mumbai could only manage 16 points from as many games. he had said. He suggested that rather than national security, including best picture.wrote. So when something made this Baadshaho actor annoyed, Bhatt said the “bars are a little broader but we are still within that prison”. he was the face of development and now as the Prime Minister he is working for the empowerment of the poor and youth,state visit? Addressing a joint session of Congress Forget it Instead of giving the Chinese leader the honourAmerican Congressional leaders were competing with each other to be Washingtons leading China-basher Apart from such symbolic penaltiesChina pays real diplomatic and economic penalties because of its political regime One might want to compare the international communitys reaction to Chinas and Indias stance on climate change and energy security In substantive termsas large developing countries dependent on cheap fossil fuel and eager to ensure energy securityBeijings and New Delhis policies are not fundamentally different But the response of the international community is night and day On climate changeChina is almost universally viewed as most responsible for the rise of greenhouse gasses (which is true because China has surpassed the US as the biggest emitter of such gasses) and least cooperative By contrastIndia has received much less international opprobrium Why the different treatment As a democracy whose government must be held accountable by its votersIndia has greater legitimacy on the world stage in defending its policies On the other handChinas intransigence on similar issues is linked with the nature of its political system Since the government in Beijing is not electedits policies are seen as lacking popular backing and legitimacy abroad The penalties China pays for its political regime are most visible when Chinese companies try to make significant purchases abroad In recent yearsflush with bursting foreign exchange reservesBeijing has directed its state-owned companies to go out or make acquisitions abroad Unfortunatelythe Chinese soon found that money could not buy everything in the capitalist West (contrary to Lenins dictum that capitalists will sell you the rope to hang them with) Chinese companies have encountered strong political obstacles when they attempt to acquire Western firms When a Chinese state-owned oil company bid for an American energy firmUnocalin 2005there was such political opposition in Washington that the attempt collapsed quickly In 2009Chinas plan to increase its stake in Rio Tintoa huge Anglo-Australian mining concernfizzled as well due to political opposition in Australia The cause of Beijings failure is self-evident: Western politicians simply do not trust companies controlled by a one-party regime In contrastno Indian firm has ever encountered similar opposition when they acquire Western firms Of coursethe real victims of Chinas authoritarian penalty are the Chinese peoplenot the countrys ruling elites As for Indiathe beneficiaries of the democratic bonus are also its peopleeven though most of them may not feel the effects The writer is a professor of government at Claremont McKenna [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Abantika Ghosh | Updated: August 10 2016 6:07 pm There are challenges galore in the implementation of the new law including the lack of infrastructure and manpower in dealing with the mental health being the least of them Top News The idea of a man (or woman) who has made an unsuccessful attempt to take his (or her) own life then being hauled up by the police is to any right minded person preposterous Yet the fact that such a legal provision dating back to the British rule when anything to do with an unsound mind was uncharted and worse still feared remained a part of our statute books for more than 60 years is a classic example of the tardiness of our legislative process It is also an example of how we have not quite shed the British reticence to talk about mental health issues When the Rajya Sabha gave its nod on Monday to the Mental Healthcare Bill 2013 it provided not only for healthcare for the estimated 6-7 per cent of India’s population said to be suffering from mental ailments but also laid down that any person who attempts suicide would instead of being treated as a criminal be treated as a person under severe stress and unless proved otherwise there will be a presumption of mental illness Decriminalisation of suicide has been talked about in countless fora including about two years ago in the Rajya Sabha when replying to a question the government informed the House that it had decided to repeal Section 309 of the Indian Penal Code that criminalises suicide It states: “Whoever attempts to commit suicide and does any act towards the commission of such offence shall be punished with simple imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year 1[or with fine or with both” Watch Video: What’s making news Interestingly there has been little word on the actual deletion of the Section from the code since then but following passage of the Mental Health Bill it is now laid down in the law that the draconian and primitive section would not be invoked against a mentally troubled person who seeks to end his or her own life There are challenges galore in the implementation of the new law including the lack of infrastructure and manpower in dealing with the mental health being the least of them Social stigma against the mentally ill that forces them within homes and often at the hands of illiterate witch doctors is a far bigger hurdle to cross But in decriminalising suicide a beginning has been made in correcting an ancient legal aberration For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Nandagopal Rajan | New Delhi | Updated: June 26 2017 8:38 am OnePlus 5 is priced at Rs 32999 for the 6GB RAM/64GB storage variant while the 8GB RAM/128GB storage model will set you back by Rs 37999 (Image credit: OnePlus) Related News Agreeing that there has been a lot of controversy over benchmarking on the new OnePlus 5 OnePlus CEO and founder Pete Lau said the company has since the OnePlus 3 been concerned only with best performance and not just benchmarking Explaining why the company ends up with high scores on benchmarks Lau told Indianexpresscom that for the performance of a phone it is very important for the device to have good heat dissipation design as it will influence CPU performance “If there is heating the performance of the CPU will not reach the maximum We only try to tap the full potential of the CPU We don’t even know how to overclock” he said When asked if the OnePlus 5 skipped waterproofing to ensure good thermal dissipation Lau said that was just one of the smaller factors Waterproofing which he is not convinced is a big consumer requirement just ends up making the phone thicker and heavier according to him That said he added that the OnePlus 5 came with a certain degree of water resistance though the company did not want to advertise the same Brushing aside comments that the OnePlus 5 resembled other phones available in the market Lau said he was used to hearing this since the time of the OnePlus One “But time has proved everything OnePlus One has become a classic” Asked if the dual camera technology was still a couple of years away from perfection Lau said that while the dual camera is unique and there is still scope for improvement “In OnePlus 5 the 16MP + 20MP combination provides the best possible images Technology around the camera will continue to progress and I expect more improvement” he added Lau was dismissive of the impact of a 2K display especially in a 55-inch screen size He was of the opinion that it just increases power consumption “We don’t play around with specs we just want to give our customers the best experience” Also Read:OnePlus 5 review: This Android flagship is near perfect He said while the selling price of the new phones are higher it was unlikely to improve margins for the company as the costs too have gone up considerably “Across the industry the inputs costs have gone up from CPU to memory and we are using an 8GB RAM in this phone Even the cost of the box has gone up now” Lau said Read more:OnePlus CEO Pete Lau says R&D 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) literally standing out. The dramatic deterioration in the capital’s air quality was slowed as levels of suspended particulate matter fell.” Kher posted on twitter. A day before filing the plea in the High Court, Simultaneously, Speaking of batting,we told her the man had been in an accident. picked Love Aaj Kal as his personal favourite. washing plus going to office when living alone, Small packs of FMCG products white goods that ease chores electronics that quicken work are all popular with them 4 A young married couple where only the man is working he gets indulgent To enjoy his newfound happiness he impresses his bride with goodies and trips In this romantic stage without children the wife wallows in this attention and spends liberally 5 A nuclear family with children where only the husband earns the wife controls the household She prioritises spend according to the children’s requirement Being dependent she is conscientious about the budget and does not splurge 6 When both husband and wife are working there’s total independence in spending Feeling guilty for not spending quality time with children the wife overspends to please her kids So lots of unnecessary gadgets enter the home This happens with DINKs (double income no kids) too In both cases there are many instances of extramarital affairs by both sexes in urban areas Sometimes both know it but keep silent because of the children The women openly share their distress brave choice or affair with very close friends Nevertheless divorce is increasing I’ve seen marriages break after a year and remarriage happening just as nonchalantly This was indeed rare in Indian society 7 An extended nuclear family is when a parent of husband or wife comes to stay Suddenly the wife has to shop differently catering to the choice of three generations for all purchases from food to household linen 8 Traditional joint families practise bulk buying for one kitchen Each earning member contributes to running the home whether for the common kitchen repairs or festive spending Housewives in joint families have revealed to me that every couple’s bedroom may have a refrigerator ostensibly for the children’s milk but that’s where they may keep special things not shared with the full family In this context if a working woman enters the family problems can get created There’s a possibility her husband may split to live separately with his working wife From the automobile showroom I’ve heard that if a joint family member decides to buy a car he first verifies everything accompanied by his friend But the final purchase is theatrical The whole family of 7 to 22 people goes to the showroom for finalisation The salesman has to pay attention to everybody If the salesman prioritises between influencer vs buyer the sale can just go for a toss 9 The neo-joint family is traditional in every respect except that the house gets divided with each brother having a separate kitchen The entire neo-joint family periodically gets together to share a meal from their parents’ kitchen There are subtle social and family permissible points important here A well-to-do person once told me that when he wanted to buy a costly Mercedes he was socially hampered because his elder brother drove a Maruti So he had to first negotiate with their mother to convince his elder brother to buy a sophisticated car Only then could he buy the Mercedes 10 I once heard in a Tier-III town that retired couples living on their own are closely chased by bankers That’s because they talk in dollars Their children mostly in the IT sector live abroad and send money regularly for their elderly parents to live and spend well These 10 different family compositions reveal the heterogeneous mindset for living and purchase It impacts all industries But I’m not sure businesses and their human resource divisions in India pay enough attention to or evaluate such multi-social elements while recruiting or while selling products or services This is the heterogeneous reflection of family composition in India What an advantage for business Shombit Sengupta is an international creative business strategy consultant to top management Reach him at http://s.wwwshiningconsultingcom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by The Indian Express | Published: May 17 2012 3:13 am Related News Weak watchdog The editorial Ill at ease (IEMay 16) rightly states that the BJP has failed to be a vibrant opposition In the past yearthe leading opposition party could not properly challenge the government on issues like the Lokpal Bill When the government faltersit is the prime duty of the opposition to steer policies effectively If the BJP cant prove itself in oppositionhow can we expect it to lead the country The BJP needs a good administrator to hold the party togethersomeone like the late Pramod Mahajan or Atal Bihari Vajpayee Pathikrit ChakrabortyLucknow Up in the air THE article Con Air (IEMay 15) was interesting and informative It seems the government has been wilfully incompetent in dealing with the crises faced by Air Indiaespecially after its merger with Indian Airlines a few years ago The demands made by AIs pre-merger pilots are totally unjustified They are employees and not decision-makers The government was right to sack the protesting pilots AI also incredulously offers discounts/free tickets to politiciansbureaucrats and its staffwhich adds to its losses RK Kapoor Chandigarh More cartoons THE manner in which our parliamentarians have united across party lines in taking offence at a light-hearted and benign cartoon of BR Ambedkar makes them a laughing stock (Zero tolerance,000 from the sales of the various items in 2014 whilst 10 per cent of the sale price – around USD 21.

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