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far more than we anticipated based on earlier studies using less intense X-rays.She?the argument may be persuasive, After another complaint about the charger, We had proposed 17 per cent hike, Mamata said The commission had approved a plan size of Rs 25910 crore for the previous fiscal Briefing the commissionthe state government said that Bengals revenue generation hit a record high of Rs 32000 crore in 2012-13a growth of 30 per cent Of the Rs 32000 crore revenuethe Reserve Bank hashoweverdeducted Rs 25000 crore for meeting the states interest payment obligation The state has a debt stock of about Rs 2 lakh crore The state government also boasted of receiving investments of Rs 112 lakh crore since May 2011which has a potential to generate 314 lakh jobs During the meetingthe commission said West Bengal has an image of a strong industrial centre and it was keen to extend support in improving business regulatory environmentencourage cluster approach in facilitating better use of technology and for skill upgradation The state was also asked to encourage garment industrywhich has great export potential Ahluwalia said the commission will shortly move for Cabinet approval of its proposal to introduce flexibility in the implementation of flagship programmes The state should forward suggestions to implement these schemes in the statehe added For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsAs most of Saudis were finishing their Ramadan Suhoor on 22 June the Saudi Ministry of Culture and Information started releasing rather surprising announcements regarding decisions taken by the Council of Allegiance and most astonishing was the council’s decision to remove the crown prince Mohammad bin Nayef from all the official positions and replacing him with deputy crown prince Mohammad bin Salman as the new crown prince interior minister as well as defence minister Had Mohammad bin Nayef not been removed he would have assumed power after King Salman’s death and would have effectively changed many things King Salman and his ambitious son have been implementing for the past two years The move can be considered as a preemptive move by King Salman and his prince son to force all rival princes to step back in their game of thrones The rumours of Mohammad bin Nayef being disgruntled were laid to rest after he pledged his allegiance to Mohammad bin Salman without any delay The game appears to be bringing to an end the longest era of stability if Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman successfully assumes power after or before the death of his father King Salman bin Abdul Aziz File image of Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman AP The Al-Saud monarchy like other Arab and Muslim monarchies seems to have evolved some consensus-building mechanism indeed different from what democratic etiquette conventions and rules would require their rulers to do A dramatic transition of this nature — many observers called it a ‘Palace Coup’ — is not possible without having gone through a long and hectic exercise within the ruling family The young prince has emerged an all-time powerful de facto ruler of the Kingdom as the king now appears to have shown greater trust and confidence in his heir As the powerful Al-Saud family spread the rivalry for control over power business and foreign relations intensified among the existing sons and the families of the founder of the Kingdom King Saud bin Abdel Aziz In 2006 King Abdullah was able to consensually evolve the powerful Council of Allegiance that would advise the king to appoint the crown prince As Prince Sultan and Prince Nayef died in 2011 and 2012 respectively the way for Prince Salman becoming the King was clear In 2015 when Prince Salman assumed power after the death of King Abdullah with whom Prince Salman had differences over succession he had taken overa country cornered by Arab uprisings civil wars Iranian expansion and indifferent western allies His advancing age and unending rivalries within the ruling Al-Saud family were his biggest weakness In an attempt to restore the regional order King Abdullah and the Emirati crown prince Mohammad bin Zayed might have found a common objective in supporting the military takeover in Egypt but it brought only a less reliable military general Abdel Fattah el-Sisi who gradually became an irritant to Saudi Arabia The external challenge was more serious where Saudi Arabia had to stop Iran’s expansion deep into Iraq Syria and Lebanon and its support to Yemeni and Bahraini opposition forces King Salman’s transitory bonhomie with Islamists and their allies in Turkey Qatar Yemen and Syria was primarily to create a Sunni alliance against the rising Shia crescent The aggressive anti-Iranian diplomacy helped the Saudi comeback on regional politics but also brought the powerful son of King Salman and the defence minister Mohammad bin Salman into prominence King Salman replaced Crown Prince Muqrin with Mohammad bin Nayef only to remove him on 21 June Now everyone knows that the King Salman’s calculated moves over the past decade were primarily shaped by his long term By promoting him in such a hurried manner on the world stage King Salman appears to be leaving much of the decision-making to the prince similar to the role Crown Prince Abdullah was playing during the rule of King Fahad The transition sends some clear optimist and pessimist signals The optimist signals are one about the stability of the Al-Saud regime which Mohammad bin Salman has carefully and cleverly engineered by distributing carrots to all of the ambitious young princes All the powerful sons and their families in the Al-Saud family have been given a fair deal The royal decree can be seen as the result of a hectic parley among the families of the sons of the founder King Abdel Aziz The new appointments of Faisal bin Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al-Sudairi Prince Abdullah bin Khalid bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Prince Bandar bin Khalid bin Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Prince Turki bin Mohammed bin Fahd bin Abdulaziz Al Saud as advisors at the Royal Court and appointment of Prince Abdulaziz bin Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud as Deputy Governor of Al-Jouf Region appointment of Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki bin Faisal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud as Deputy Chairman of Board of Directors of General Authority of Sports the appointment of Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saud as the Kingdom’s Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany the appointment of Prince Bandar bin Faisal bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz Al Saud as Assistant to the Chief of General Intelligence are an outcome of an effort to create a new and stable alliance within the ambitious rivals of royal family By now it is clear that Mohammad bin Salman has the necessary support and counsel of family’s elders and young princes The transition although it has come at a time when the Qatar crisis engaged much media and diplomatic attention has come with a wide range of consultations within the family On the domestic front those have lived in the Kingdom for years can easily tell how rapid and visible transformation is taking place in the Kingdom’s public and private life Women employees have flooded the job market from bank to supermarkets hospitals to small shops Students are being trained for small jobs for which they usually rely on Indians and Pakistanis Expatriates have been put under extra pressure by forcing them to pay more taxes and by reducing the perks to which they were entitled The Saudiisation of the work force is not necessary for a post-oil economy; it is rather to respond to the growing frustration and disappointment among Saudi youths who remained marginalised in the rich Kingdom As Mohammad bin Salman is young like King Saud and King Abdul Aziz were his main challenges are not from within the family; they will be rather coming from outside The Yemen operation is prolonging with no political solution in sight the Islamist Al-Islah has refused to take up arms against Houthis and pushed for a political outcome The UAE’s own regional ambitions are to overshadow the young Saudi crown prince and have carved out a regional agenda necessarily conflicting with Saudi objectives in Yemen Libya and Egypt The deepening Emirati-Egyptian alliance is to counterweight the Saudi regional politics and offer a new regional order if Saudis do not fall in line By propping up the Muammar Gaddafi-era general Khalifa Haftar in Libya and the deposed Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh the UAE has created new realities on the ground cannot be easily ignored by any Saudi ruler In Syria Saudis have been marginalised and more dependent on Turkey to come out from the mess The pessimist scenario — not a threat in the immediate future though — is the crown prince’s ability to find reliable regional alliances a way out in Yemen Bahrain and the Syrian crisis and enough financial resources to support his military operations in Yemen and Syria The simple response is that he does not have many choices If he chooses non-military choices in Yemen and Syria Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman will find King Fahad and King Faisal more relevant to his problems The author holds a PhD in West Asian Affairs and is a commentator and analyst on West Asian politics He tweets @omairanas Paris:Former National Security Agency employee known for leaking ‘snooping’ documents EdwardSnowden and transparency website WikiLeaks are clashing overhow best to handle the publication of sensitive data a spatplayed out over Twitter A file image of Edward Snowden AP WikiLeaks has come under increasing criticism over whatit publishes particularly following the release of what thewebsite advertised as emails from Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party When a large numbers of emails turned out to be littlemore than messages from ordinary citizens critics saidWikiLeaks should have exercised better discretion to protectinnocent people’s privacy Snowden praised WikiLeaks yesterday but said their"hostility to even modest curation is a mistake" @Snowden Opportunism won’t earn you a pardon from Clinton & curation is not censorship of ruling party cash flows https://tco/4FeygfPynk — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) July 28 2016 WikiLeaksfired back accusing Snowden of "opportunism"Such a public split is unusual WikiLeaks played a keyrole in getting Snowden asylum in Russia in 2013 After two Tests where England had poor first innings that left them chasing the game they have put together a decent display with the bat inthe first attempt It could have been far better but the three quick wickets in the evening session will have disappointed them The main reason for this was Keaton Jennings who became the 19th English Test cricketer to score a century on debut and the 101st overall The Durham man was called into the squad to replace Haseeb Hameed and he started in the best possible way sweeping and reverse sweeping his way to a well-made hundred England’s batsman Keaton Jennings celebrates after scoring century AP In the 10 days between the Mohali and Mumbai Tests much has been made of England playing aggressive cricket Trevor Bayliss was very keen to talk about England changing their approach in order to change their fortunes England are 2-0 down in this series and haven’t looked liked finding a way to win so far “When we have been a little bit more defensive we look like wickets waiting to happen As soon as we’re a little bit more positive rotating the strike and hitting a boundary when the opportunity comes it puts pressure on the opposition” Bayliss said this week “Yes it might get you out once or twice But with the batting order we’ve got there’s going to be a number of guys that do score runs and that puts some pressure on the opposition” There was some evidence of that as soon as England got the chance to bat first on an excellent Mumbai pitch that had pace bounce and evidence of turn Alastair Cook a batsman who has been much more likely to wait for the ball to come to him was advancing down the pitch to the spinners before lunch on Day one Cook took a four off Jayant Yadav when he drove down the ground having left his crease on his way to 46 but it is also what brought about his downfall Cook used his feet and attempted to play the ball over midwicket to the third ball that Ravindra Jadeja had bowled As ever Jadeja fired it through much quicker and Cook missed his attempted shot with Parthiv Patel pulling off a tidy stumping It was just the fourth time that Cook had been dismissed stumped in Test cricket and the first time it has happened in his first innings of the match Bayliss was right if you look to be aggressive against the spinners it might get you out As much as Cook fell looking to take on the spinners the tactic has also given England their best innings since Rajkot They were tormented by India’s three spinners in Vizag and Mohali failing to get past 300 in their last four innings Here there was a very obvious attempt to sweep whenever line and length allowed it And Kohli and his bowlers seemed frazzled For the first time in two Tests they seemed short of answers to the questions that England were asking of them Jennings was the star of the day but he had some good fortune before he even had his first Test run He fended at a ball from Umesh Yadav that flew to Karun Nair in the gully The fielder got a hand to it but could not hold on He looked nervous and considering that he was not expecting to be on this tour let alone making his Test debut that wasn’t surprising Slowly Jennings began to find his rhythm 2016 has been a phenomenal year for Jennings one that few would have expected as he had struggled to find consistency for Durham over previous seasons This innings was another example of the mature cricketer than he has blossomed into 2016 may have been a horrible year in many ways but Jennings will remember it fondly even when Donald Trump’s presidency leads to the world being enveloped by a nuclear winter Jennings departed for a well made 112 The last man born in Johannesburg who made 112 on England debut was Andrew Strauss He went to play 100 Tests captained England to home and away Ashes wins and he is now the man in charge of England’s senior cricket teams No pressure Keaton In fact over the last 20 years a hundred on debut for England has been a clear indicator of future success Going back to Graham Thorpe’s debut hundred against Australia in 1993 all of the last five players that have achieved this feat have gone on to play at least fifty Tests three of them playing 100 or more Early success takes so much pressure off a player and a hundred in your first Test gives a player an aura that takes a long time to lose its shine Whether Jennings can make the most of this start will have to be seen but right now a potential top three of Jennings Cook and Hameed looks pretty strong Jennings had some help along the way Joe Root helped calm things after Cook’s departure before he fell for 21 and an excellent 50 from Moeen Ali batting at four as he and Jennings shared a 94-run stand Moeen was the next man to depart for an attacking shot top edging a sweep off Ravichandran Ashwin While it is very easy to be critical of a player when he gets out playing an attacking shot it is important to note that this more proactive approach from England has brought them more success in this innings than they had in the last four in this series When Johnny Bairstow also went in near identical fashion it was inevitable that England would be criticised for this approach There are times when those watching cricket commentators who have played hundreds of internationals included seem to think teams should score at four an over without playing attacking shots that can get them out As Nasser Hussain pointed out during his commentary work if you don’t play shots you don’t score runs It is better that England lose while trying to score runs than stumble towards defeat in shotless lethargy At least by looking to attack they give themselves a chance England have to find a way to win in this series What they have tried to date has failed A different approach that involves more risk is better than doing nothing and losing the series 4-0 Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 26 2013 1:01 am Related News A court has directed Delhi Police to register an FIR for the offence of insulting the religious beliefs of a man who allegedly received indecent SMSes from the family of his estranged wife The offence falls under Section 295A of the IPC and provisions of the Information Technology (IT) Act Metropolitan Magistrate (MM) Saumya Chauhan ordered the Station House Officer of Jamia Nagar police station to lodge a criminal case under relevant provisions against five members of a Delhi-based familywhich allegedly disapproved of the marriage of the girl with a man from a different religion The couple married against their families wishes after the girl converted to the religion of her husband Howeverthey separated in 2008 due to interference from the grils family The man has told the court that he even filed a writ petition in the Delhi High Court to get his wife backbut she refused to return to his house due to pressure from her family In 2010the man approached court after he received a number of SMSes and a phone call from numbers of his wifes family He alleged that the messages have hurt the religious feelings. 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Bangladesh and Bhutan business through Phulbari land port, New Delhi, They refer to “other unfriendly states” walking in lockstep with India to destabilise Pakistan. Ahmedabad doctors get fire safety lesson Ahmedabad:The Ahmedabad Medical Association (AMA) organised a fire safety workshop for the city doctors on Sunday. Dr Eguchi said: “Our research suggests that there is a potential ingredient in rice that may be a good starting point for looking into preventive medicine for cardiovascular diseases. effortlessly working? Pothas is a South African who watched the All Blacks at close quarters in the 1995 Rugby World Cup that his country hosted. Oinam Anand Related News Traditionally, after punching her ticket with a runner-up finish in the 200m free,have approached the Delhi High Court challenging a sub-divisional magistrate?

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