waiting for the artistic signature of the residents. said a senior official.The MCD is divided into 272 wards and 36 of the wards are Jat-dominated areas. A delegation had met BJP president Nitin Gadkari and former BJP President Rajnath Singh last week to press for their demands.

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File Photo Related News Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva,” said Xi,USAIN BOLT? 995#London2017 #IAAFWorldChamps #IAAFWorldChampionships pictwittercom/LG8783tSTY ★Sports4Life★ (@Sports4Life007) August 5 2017 New British champion Reece Prescod had given the 56000 crowd a reason to cheer when he blitzed in the last 20 metres to seize automatic qualification for his first major final But he couldn’t replicate that in the final to finish with 1017 seconds For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Tavleen Singh | Published: March 15 2015 1:46 am Why is Mr Modi not speaking more plainly about the urgent need for reforms Related News Whenever the Prime Minister hears the word ‘continuity’ he should make sure that heads roll If Indian voters wanted continuity they would have voted for Sonia and Son It is because they were fed up with bad governance horrendous public services and economic policies that dried up the job market that they voted them out But somehow this message has escaped the mighty mandarins who control the Government of India so someone or the other speaks against big change every other day Why does the Prime Minister not remind them that he was given a mandate for change Last week it was the turn of the Chief Economic Advisor to tell an audience in Washington that it was ‘unreasonable’ to expect ‘big bang reforms’ in a democracy like India To frighten prospective investors even more he added that the government was moving ‘slowly and steadily’ instead If this very damaging statement from Arvind Subramanian was the exception it would not be worth mentioning But sadly it is not Far too many officials in charge of major economic ministries share this view and because the Prime Minister remains silent he is now being charged with being ‘pro-corporate’ He made a spirited defence of the changes he has made to the land law but puzzlingly did not mention that the real reason for these changes is that unless investment picks up there will be no hope of creating the 12 million new jobs India needs to create every year His ‘Make in India’ mission was started because big factories create big employment but if it is going to take a minimum of three years to buy leave alone acquire land there will be no factories Why is Mr Modi not speaking more plainly about the urgent need for reforms Why does he not tell the Indian people that big reforms have become necessary because the old ‘pro-poor’ model failed It failed because in the name of the poor Congress-style socialism has given officials immense powers to interfere in the business of business The licence raj may have been diluted but the inspector raj allows officials to decide even things like the salaries of executives in private companies And ‘pro-poor’ labour laws allow officials to interfere so much in matters of hiring and firing that instead of jobs being created they have been prevented from being created Do we need these things to continue Do we need continuity in our appalling infrastructure standards We must be the only country in the world where major highways are washed away every rainy season And if you ask high officials why this happens they will usually tell you that they have to concentrate on building assets that help ‘the poor’ Do good roads harm the poor Anyone who travels in India will report that wherever roads have come up they have brought prosperity and jobs But this is something the mighty mandarins of the Government of India care nothing about because in their version of socialism there was one standard for us natives and one for themselves They could not care less if public services in healthcare and education were dismal because they do not use them anyway Until private hospitals in Delhi and Mumbai became as good as the best they had permission to travel abroad when they got sick They still do What annoys me most is that while us natives are forced to send our children to colleges that admit them only if they have marks that hover close to 100 per cent the children of our bureaucrats nearly all manage to go to foreign universities I do not know a single bureaucrat whose children have not gone abroad for higher studies Do we want continuity in this From long years of lurking about the corridors of power in Lutyens Delhi I have learned that the most powerful people in this seat of India’s government are unelected officials These ‘burra sahibs’ are so wily that they manage to scare the daylights out of their political bosses They do this by walking them through labyrinths of procedure so tied up in red tape that they are the only people who know where the exit is My fear is that these mighty mandarins have managed to convince Modi that change can only come slowly if at all because things can only be done in a certain way So such things as ‘big bang reforms’ must be taken off the agenda and replaced with gentler ideas like continuity Of course continuity will ensure that there is never change but that is exactly how they like it This is because if there is one group of people who have benefited hugely from Indian-style socialism it is bureaucrats Why should they give up their privileges just because there is a Prime Minister who promised parivartan Follow Tavleen Singh on Twitter @ tavleen_singh For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | New York | Published: September 5 2017 10:46 pm Tennis – US Open – New York US – September 3 2017 – Sam Querrey of the United States in action against Mischa Zverev of Germany during their fourth round match REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine Top News Californian Sam Querrey will attempt to come a step closer to ending a grand-slam title drought for American men that dates back to 2003 when he takes on big-serving Kevin Anderson of South Africa at the US Open on Tuesday The last American man to win a grand-slam title was Andy Roddick who captured the US Open championship in 2003 Querrey will first have to get past his friend and occasional doubles partner Anderson The pair should be easy for fans to spot when they meet at Arthur Ashe Stadium in the final match of the night Querrey stands six foot six inches (198 metres) while Anderson is six foot eight inches (203m) making the meeting the tallest grand slam quarter-final semi-final or final of the Open Era Querrey is 8-6 against Anderson lifetime but the pair have split their two meetings this season Prior to that match American Venus Williams will battle Czech Petra Kvitova in a highly-anticipated quarter-final on Ashe Williams who is 10 years older than Kvitova boasts seven grand-slam titles and will have the backing of the partisan New York crowd Kvitova who missed part of the season with serious injuries to her left hand that she sustained during a knife attack at her home in December has won two Wimbledon titles and dispatched world number three Garbine Muguruza in the previous round For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew Delhi: A day after Jaswant Singh was expelled from the BJP Congress today said the move is symbolic of Narendra Modi’s "auto destruct effect" on the opposition party "Jaswant issue is only symbolic of Modi’s auto destruct effect on BJP as also its fragmentation and long term disintegration" party spokesman Abhishek Singhvi said when his reaction was sought on the matter Jaswant Singh PTI Singh who is contesting the Lok Sabha poll as an Independent from Rajasthan’s Barmer constituency against BJP’s official nominee was expelled from the party last night after he refused to withdraw his candidature on the last day of withdrawal of nominations The decision to expel Singh 76 for six years was taken by BJP President Rajnath Singh Singh had earlier said he felt betrayed by both Rajnath Singh and Vasundhara Raje even though he had supported the two for the posts of BJP president and Rajasthan chief minister respectively This was the second time in five years that Jaswant Singh was expelled from BJP In 2009 he had been expelled for his controversial book praising Pakistan founder Mohammed Ali Jinnah However he was taken back in the party-fold in June 2010 PTI Jammu: Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Tuesday said India is not afraid of any threat by Pakistan’s nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan and that "we are prepared to tackle everything" "We are not afraid of any such threat and we are prepared to tackle everything" Singh told reporters reacting to Khan’s remarks that Pakistan could target New Delhi anytime Minister of State for Atomic Energy Jitendra Singh Image courtesy PIB He said that the central government has taken cognisance of the threat made by the Pakistan nuclear scientist "Nuclear armed Pakistan has the ability to target Delhi in five minutes" Khan had said while addressing a gathering on the 18th anniversary of Pakistan’s first nuclear test Replying to a question regarding the return and rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits Singh said the central government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi was committed to honourable return and rehabilitation of the community long free fall is going to be far, The fire fighting equipment was not installed.Station Fire Officer M L Sharma and other officials of the fire wing conducted inspections at KFC,travelling to wherever there is a match. scheme to Parthian to develop a stage adaptation of the book, since Tuz Khurmatu is unmistakably split: while Kurdish Peshmerga forces control a Kurdish half,Handa said the Jail Superintendent had also not brought everything on record.

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