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Police said Razia Biwi was the wife of Shakeel Ahmed, The objective is to make the sector a safe place to live in, explained Shyam Lal Sachdevaa member of residents welfare associationSector 12 B K Sooda resident of Sector 6echoes the same sentiment We cannot wait for a crime to be committed before we take precautions? especially in the story of grief and loss, This case has beaten all. — Kiran Bedi (@thekiranbedi) December 20 2015 “What hearing But what can we do Whatever the court is doing is right Our government whether Centre or state they only listen to you when you protest and get lathicharged else they don’t care However if proper hearing or verdict would have passed on this case then we would not have seen this day” he said BJP leader Subramanian Swamy who had filed a plea in the High Court against the juvenile’s release pointed to the “provisions” which have to be applied before the juvenile convict is formally released “According to rules of the Juvenile Justice Act he can be left out from the custody of the Juvenile Justice Board but he cannot be released as a free person till management committee appointed for the purpose decides whether he is mentally sound whether he has socially mainstreamed and that he has reformed” Swamy said that media has “completely missed” the High Court’s judgement “He can’t be released till that clearance is given According to rules they have upto two years to decide this” he said BJP spokesman Nalin Kohli said it is a social and legal issue and not a political issue adding that people are concerned about loopholes and limitations of law “It’s a social and legal issue It’s not a political issue People are raising concerns relating to loopholes or limitations in the law which is getting such a person to be able to come out in society after serving a restricted sentence “The matter is pending because the change to the law has been envisaged but it has not been finalised because it is not passed by the Rajya Sabha” he said Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit accused Delhi government and DCW of “doing politics” over the issue questioning the DCW chairperson’s move to file SLP in Supreme Court over the issue on late Saturday night hours before the juvenile’s scheduled release “Both Delhi government and DCW are there for many days If you feel that the person should not be released then you had plenty of time And when it became an emotional issue among people then you do politics What was the need to go to the court at 12 in the night when the High Court’s judgement had come 2-3 days ago” he said His party colleague Randip Singh Surjewala termed the whole issue as “sensitive” and concerned with emotions of the people of the country and sought to know what steps were being pondered by the Centre and Delhi government to prevent its repetition “The convict of horrific gangrape is being released Will Modi will take cognizance What steps will be taken to stop such persons who may commit such crimes again” he said (With inputs from PTI) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: December 1 2017 3:37 pm The plea had made the ministries of electronics and information technology and home affairs as parties Top News The Delhi High Court on Friday asked the Centre to consider a representation seeking ban on social networking sites and mobile applications through which abusive and vulgar messages were being sent by hiding the sender’s identity The court passed the direction while hearing a petition seeking to ban Saudi Arabia-based social networking website and mobile application — ‘Sarahahcom and sarahah’ through which the alleged uncivilised abusive and anonymous offensive messages were being sent causing cyber bullying and insult to the recipient A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar also asked Central Government Standing Counsel Monika Arora to treat the petition as a representation to inquire into the matter and if required action taken “If any action is being taken it should be done expeditiously and the order passed by the government the action taken be communicated to the petitioner within one month” the court said adding that it was not expressing any views on the merit of the plea The bench disposed of the plea in which petitioner advocate Shadab Husain Khan claimed that despite requests made to the authorities for their intervention no action has been taken in the matter The plea had made the ministries of electronics and information technology and home affairs as parties Besides this website the plea has also sought banning of other such websites and mobile apps saying there was a threat to safety from cyber crime mental peace dignity and self-respect of people It claimed that the petitioner has been receiving such anonymous messages and similar information has been collected by his friends and colleagues who had also fallen victim to them For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Vishnu Varma | Updated: October 11 2017 2:08 am On Monday there was feverish excitement outside the UDF camp (UDF is the alliance headed by Congress in Kerala which includes IUML) in Vengara Party supporters and workers trooped in and out of a white canopy under which senior leaders deliberated on how to make the most of the final day of the election campaign (Express Photo by Vishnu Varma) Top News “League ine marakkan pattuvo (Can you overturn the League)” is perhaps the most common and uncomfortable question Opposition leaders have to field in Vengara a bottle-shaped Assembly constituency in the heart of Malabar region in Kerala The ‘League’ here refers to the Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) the strongest ally of the Congress in Kerala and unquestionably the most powerful party controlling Malappuram district And that’s why the question making the rounds on the eve of a bye-election in Vengara is not as to who will win this election but more importantly what the winning margin of the League candidate will be The bye-election scheduled for Wednesday was necessitated after sitting MLA PK Kunjalikutty vacated the seat to contest the Malappuram Lok Sabha seat E Ahamed the MP from Malappuram and former union minister died earlier this year following a cardiac arrest While the IUML nominated KNA Khader a former MLA from nearby constituency of Vallikkunnu the CPM-led LDF’s candidate is PP Basheer who lost out to Kunjalikutty in 2016 by a margin of over 30000 votes The BJP candidate is K Janachandran Master who has contested several parliamentary and Assembly elections though he has not tasted victory even once PP Basheer the CPM candidate in Vengara on Monday (Express Photo by Vishnu Varma) On Monday there was feverish excitement outside the UDF camp (UDF is the alliance headed by Congress in Kerala which includes IUML) in Vengara Party supporters and workers trooped in and out of a white canopy under which senior leaders deliberated on how to make the most of the final day of the election campaign Also Read: Vengara bye-election in Kerala: Everything you need to know “There is no chance our last year’s victory margin will come down” said Abid Hussain Thangal IUML legislator from nearby Kottakkal sipping a cup of Suleimani tea a local favourite “We have done very good work This election will be fought on the inefficiency of the state government Last year they said ‘LDF varum ellam sheriyavum’ (LDF will come everything will become alright) There has been no development in the past one year They expanded alcohol coverage and panchayat-related works are in disarray They have destroyed cooperative banks” added Thangal But Basheer the CPM candidate is unfettered by the criticism At the beginning of his last roadshow through the constituency Basheer was confident about his chances in an interview to IndianExpresscom “Vijayam Vijayathil koranju onnum illa (Victory We are expecting nothing short of a victory)” said Basheer beaming as he hoisted himself into an open jeep surrounded by enthusiastic supporters with party flags and banners of Che Guevara the Marxist revolutionary from Argentina “Last time I had studied this constituency There is heavy anger here With the visit of Pinarayi Vijayan and the rally of VS Achuthanandan it has become a wave and a sort of tsunami It will be nothing short of a victory” he added referring to the anti-incumbency sentiments against the Muslim League An election campaign vehicle of the BJP in Vengara on Monday (Express Photo by Vishnu Varma) At the same time leaders of the CPM which has never tasted victory in Vengara since the constituency was formed post delimitation in 2008 privately confided that apart from improving their vote-share they expected nothing more from the bye-election Kodiyeri Balakrishnan the Kerala secretary of the party has already said the result will not be a reflection on the performance of the state government Riyas the owner of a hotel in Vengara does not differ except on the victory margin of the League candidate He as everyone does in the constituency insists the League will win but with a much reduced margin compared to 2016 “Some people within the League are not happy with Kunjalikutty vacating Vengara to go to Lok Sabha from Malappuram Also Khader is an outsider He is not from Vengara The margin may come down to 20000 votes” he said which would indicate trouble within the party Locals say Khader does not have the ‘magic’ that Kunjalikutty has Kunjalikutty lovingly called Kunjappa by his followers in Vengara is a ‘son of the soil’ and has worked to improve the conditions in the constituency when he served as the state’s industries minister multiple times Contest for third spot More intriguing than seeing the victor locals say is in determining who will emerge third in the contest While the UDF and LDF candidates have made the contest a direct fight the BJP and the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) are left to make a dash for the third prize In 2016 it was BJP which came third bagging over 7000 votes followed by SDPI with over 3000 votes “Our vote-share will surge in this election Vengara is one of our weakest constituencies in the state and yet we have been able to conduct a spirited campaign” said K Narayanan Master general convenor of the BJP election committee The SDPI which runs vitriolic campaigns and speaks of ‘working without limits’ has nominated KC Naseer who is closely associated with the controversial case of Hadiya alias Akhila who converted to Islam and whose case is pending in the Supreme Court For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Neelkanth Mishra | Published: May 10 2014 4:37 am Capital in the Twenty-First Century Related News Book: Capital in the Twenty-First Century Author: Thomas Piketty Publisher: Harvard Business Publishing Pages: 696 pages Price: Rs 1495 Rising income inequality has been a cause of much concern globally RBI governor Raghuram Rajan points it out as one of the key “fault lines” in the global economy that caused the global financial crisis of 2008 and which is still unresolved So not surprisingly Thomas Piketty’s acclaimed and controversial book has made waves among academics as well as financial commentators Piketty freely acknowledges that inequality and the ways to address it are deeply political issues His take on French President Franois Hollande’s 75 per cent peak income tax rate is also clear: “Wealth is so concentrated that a large segment of society is virtually unaware of its existence” He frets about the political power of the ultra-rich But it would be grossly unfair and indeed myopic to view the tome through this prism Some of Piketty’s conclusions are debatable A good academician he accepts this: “All my conclusions are by nature tenuous and deserve to be questioned and debated” In the eyes of this reviewer the book and Piketty’s research serve as the starting point of a debate not the end of one The book’s key contributions to the debate are two-fold: the data and the framework Piketty starts with a denunciation of economic theory and its inclination to theorise without any data He has led a 15-year-long global collaboration to tabulate and estimate wealth and income data going back to 1700 He gathered data on tax returns for the previous century mined past research and even the novels of Jane Austen and Honoré de Balzac for the period before that (http://s.topincomesgmondparisschoolofeconomicseu/)In his framework income is divided into income from labour and income from capital These two streams vary in importance: for the ultra-rich (the top 1 per cent) most of income comes from capital (dividends interest on bonds rents etc) whereas for most of the rest income from labour (wages) dominates It follows that income inequality can be due to a dominance of capital over labour and/or extreme wage inequality This framework drives some brilliant insights like splitting the top 10 per cent earners into “the first 9 per cent” and the “top 1 per cent”: the former are wage-dependent and the latter capital dependent This explains why during the Great Depression the income share of the top 10 per cent went up even when that of the top 1 per cent fell Senior-level jobs particularly in government were not hurt as much as low-level jobs while there was significant capital destruction It also helps dismiss the popular “trickle-down” theory which says that inequality rises in the early stages of economic growth but normalises naturally later Piketty notes that the sharp reduction in inequality in the period between the two World Wars often quoted by “trickle-down” theorists was mostly driven by large-scale destruction of capital Piketty accepts that inequality of income from labour is less permanent (harder to inherit) even if no less pernicious He ascribes the scarily high income inequality in the US comparable to that in Old Europe before the First World War to this relatively new trend Starting in the 1990s wages in some positions and professions have risen abnormally That said one wonders if high income even if for a select few is not a solution however imperfect to counter the inexorable cycle of inter-generational wealth transfer which his quote from Balzac’s Le Père Goriot (Vautrin’s lesson) elegantly describes Piketty’s most dire predictions are however linked to inequality in income from capital which drives the title of the book Unfortunately this is where his arguments are the weakest His primary concern is that as the economy slows as it must (he explains why in detail) the relative importance of capital increases sharply This is ominous as the distribution of capital is far more skewed than the distribution of wages: the top 10 per cent wealthy people control 62 per cent of wealth but the top 10 per cent of earners get 35 per cent of wages Therefore the rising importance of capital benefits only a small fraction of the population and inequality can potentially keep rising forever unless it is stopped by social revolution or direct government action Several of the assertions behind this seem flawed like Piketty’s claim that real returns on capital average 4-5 per cent over the long term Returns on capital cannot be independent of economic growth and the quantum of available capital unless the market gets distorted by the government That Jane Austen’s characters enjoyed stable returns on government bonds for decades is perhaps factually correct but hard to replicate now The British government choosing to pay down their high debt by raising taxes (not on income) was likely the reason: one can view this as a mandated wealth transfer from taxpayer to bondholder Further high inflation today would eat into returns: Piketty highlights the capital destruction in France caused by high inflation after 1910 but he doesn’t link the stable returns in 19th century Britain to near-zero inflation Moreover while comparing the bargaining power of capital and labour greater analysis of the labour market is required particularly the dynamics of urbanisation in 19th century Europe With the global population ageing rapidly labour could regain its pricing power in the coming decades While India is unlikely to reach 1-2 per cent steady growth anytime soon several of Piketty’s insights matter For example the form of wealth changes with rising levels: real estate accounts for less than 10 per cent of the wealth of the ultra-rich whereas for the middle classes it could be more than 90 per cent People first buy a house and then raise financial savings Could this explain the Indian love affair with real estate while regulators and policymakers fret about low investment in financial assetsIn its scope and depth if not in its ambition the book inspires awe though the reader would be well advised to focus on the data and the framework rather than the conclusions Lastly one cannot ignore the unstated assertion that wealth transfers seamlessly across generations: who hasn’t heard the prophetic phrase “One generation earns the second enjoys and the third destroys” The writer is the India Equity Strategist for Credit Suisse For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related Newscom/foBMK7gZuy — ANI (@ANI_news) December 20, leaders have said that outside, bringing in their unique professional perspective and proficiency to the Council of Ministers. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | New Delhi | Published: February 3, As Minister of State for Parliamentary Affiars Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi rose to respond to Yadav, While popular chocolates packs.

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