he located Padhiyar in Vadodara and informed the nearby Gotri police station.
he knew she was taken away by one Buddha Padhiyar,” Deschamps said. The recent rescue of former Pakistani PM Yousaf Raza Gilani’s kidnapped son, Share This Article Related Article The idea for a movie came from a Kaun Banega Crorepati promo that Ashwiny worked on,” says Ashwiny,and this clearly has affected market confidence, Rice pointed out A few days agoaddressing central bankers in Jackson HoleWyomingChristine Lagardethe IMFs managing directorsaid first the US financial crisis had brought the world economy to its knees in 2008 Then came the eurozone troubles The worry today is the risk of a slowdown in emerging markets pulling back growth in the rest of the world She was referringperhapsto ChinaBrazil and Thailandand not India But clearlyour growth rate has taken a serious beating For the April-June quarterIndias GDP grew at 44 per centa sharp deterioration since the heady quarters of almost double-digit growth rates during 2004-09 India benefited from the G-20s plan of a coordinated stimulus programmepost the US financial crisis But once India had managed the crisis and its economy had reboundeddid the government pursue policies that would help it face the brunt of an unwinding of the stimulus When the going was really good in the last decade and the world financial system was flush with fundsdomestic policies allowed companies easy access to foreign borrowings As on March-end this yearthe outstanding stock of external commercial borrowing stood at a whopping $120 billion Out of thisborrowings worth $21 billion are scheduled to mature this year Thistogether with the monies that public sector banks in India have lent to a handful of corporate groupsraises valid concerns of private sector defaults on PSU bank loans Even in the current equity markets meltdownthe banking index plunged the most a whopping 32 per cent between May 20when it was at its 52-week highand August 30 During the same periodthe Bombay Stock Exchanges 30-scrip benchmark index Sensex fell by less than 8 per cent The stock markets have noticed the risks in the bank stocks and priced them accordingly Coming back to what the IMF would prescribe for India Undoubtedlyit will ask the government to put its head down and return to basics Firstthe price of petroleum products kerosenecooking gasdiesel and petrol in the pumps and other shops must reflect global crude oil pricesfactoring in the sharp rupee fall These subsidies look so extravagantespecially when the government has moved ahead with the food security legislationwhich will substantially add to expenditure in the coming years Assuming global crude oil prices at an average of $115 a barrel during 2013-14the petroleum ministry has estimated the under-recoveries of oil PSUs to be Rs 181000 crore for the year If petroleum products are market-pricedit will dramatically cut government expenditure and create resources for a social safety net This one measure will address the fiscal deficit the indicator global investors are most in love with Such pricing will naturally have an impact on inflationwhich is already beyond the comfort zone The IMF would want the Reserve Bank of India to adopt an orthodox approachhike interest rates to keep inflationary expectations under control As it isreal interest rates (the difference between the 10-year bond yield and consumer price index-based inflation) are negative in India That being somaintaining the current monetary stance and raising interest rates based on the inflation outlook would be correctaccording to the IMF Low inflation and fiscal rectitude are prerequisites to set the stage for foreign investment Of coursewhat will really turn the tide are measures to improve the investment climatefrom bringing certainty into policy to identifying and removing supply bottleneckswhere the government has failed miserably Last but not leastgiven the rising bad assets of banks and the poor state of corporate balance sheetsit would only be prudent for the government to start substantially recapitalising public sector banksthe backbone of the economy Short-term foreign borrowings of the private sector and the huge concentration of lending by Indian banks in infrastructure sectors pose a big risk to public sector banksas is reflected in the movement of the S&P BSE Bankex vis-à-vis the Sensex The IMF will be ready to help with its own instruments But if India doesnt require thatit has the advantage of having brought the IMFs former chief economist home for good advice The writer is editorMumbai [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | London | Published: May 24 2017 7:06 pm Hugh Bonneville had starred in the hit tv show Downton Abbey Related News Actor Hugh Bonneville who essayed the role of Robert Earl of Grantham in the hit TV show Downton Abbey says a movie on the show is “unlikely” The actor played the prestigious Lord Grantham in the Yorkshire-based series which came to an end in 2015 after a five-year run There had been rumours that the historical period drama which was aired from 2010 to 2015 would be made into a blockbuster Bonneville says he has read no script and that it’s “hugely unlikely” reports telegraphcouk Speaking at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show press opening on Monday the star dismissed these stories “There is no script that I have read or any deal in place for a Downton movie so I think it is hugely unlikely” he said“But of course I would love to do it I think everybody would” Also Read |I don’t go to international film festivals just to look good on red carpet: Huma Qureshi Since the time the show ended it was speculated that the drama starring Michelle Dockery Joanne Froggatt and Dan Stevens would be adapted into a film Sources claimed the writer of the show Julian Fellowes was to reunite with producers Carnival Films to work on the much-discussed movie with filming set to begin in September Fellowes had even started writing a script for a Downton Abbey movie well in advance saying he was ready to go ahead with the project as soon as he received the green light He also mentioned that he has found himself to be “busier than ever” since after finishing Downton Most of his year has been taken up by filming both the Paddington movie sequel and the finale to BBC satirical series W1A – where he is seen playing the broadcaster’s fictional head of values Ian Fletcher For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express AppBy: Reuters | Olympia Fields | Published: June 30 2017 1:10 pm Amy Yang is twice a major runner-up at the US Women’s Open Top News Amy Yang had a share of the lead with fellow South Korean Chella Choi when threatening weather halted the first round at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship on Thursday Yang twice a major runner-up at the US Women’s Open bogeyed the 17th hole to fall back to five-under and surrender the sole lead moments before lightning prompted the late afternoon suspension She is among 30 players who will return early on Friday to complete the round at Olympia Fields On a day of low scoring Choi birdied four of the final six holes to set the clubhouse pace at five-under 66 as Michelle Wie and Brooke Henderson also made promising starts with 68 Newly-crowned women’s world number one Ryu So-yeon who won the year’s first major at the ANA Inspiration made a smooth start with a tidy 69 in front of a small afternoon gallery that included her mother Cho the cathedral-like silence on the course broken mainly by an occasional passing train along the line that runs adjacent to the first fairway Co-leader Choi was particularly pleased with her score after only one practice round leaning heavily on her father-caddie Ji for advice “I played just 18 holes before the tournament so I don’t remember every hole” said Choi winner of one LPGA event “But I ask my dad every hole every shot and my shots were very good today” Not that her father’s advice was perfect “My father missed a couple of shots today but it just happens because wind is every time switching so very difficult for the caddie” she said Canadian Henderson also finished strongly with three late birdies before downplaying her chances of defending the title she won after a playoff with Lydia Ko last year “Of course I would love to do it again but it’s a different golf course and a different year” she said “Everything’s different but I gave myself a great round today” Former child prodigy Wie continued her recent resurgence a fine approach to the ninth hole leading to a birdie which got her back to even par and set her up for a strong back nine “Yeah 2016 was a miserable year” said the 27-year-old from Hawaii who has finished in the top four in her past three starts “I was sick of playing bad golf sick of being down and started this year with a really good sense of determination and motivation” Wie also has adopted a most unusual approach to putting using several different grips seemingly on a whim So how many grips does she use “I don’t know” she said “Don’t try to figure it out I’m like ‘this feels right’ and I just go with it” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNew York: Melania Trump brings poise and glamour to the presidency of her husband Donald Trump and will become America’s first foreign-born First Lady in two centuries Elegant with a dazzling smile the 46-year-old native Slovenian was at her husband’s side in New York early Wednesday when he declared victory — a discreet source of support out of the camera frame She has maintained that same low-key presence throughout the long and gruelling campaign during which she tried to humanise her husband 24 years her elder Melania Trump Reuters "He will make a fantastic president" she said less than a week ago in Pennsylvania at her only solo campaign appearance playing up the property mogul’s softer side Melania also tried to take the rough edges off her husband and showed stage presence in a prime-time speech at the Republican National Convention back in July captivating a hall of cheering delegates "He’s tough when he has to be but he’s also kind and fair and caring" she said describing her husband as "intensely loyal" to family friends employees and the country "If you want someone to fight for you and your country I can assure you he’s the guy" But the golden opportunity to tell America her story went horribly awry: US media noticed striking similarities with a speech current First Lady Michelle Obama delivered to the Democratic convention in 2008 Her husband swiftly came to her defense without acknowledging any plagiarism "It was truly an honor to introduce my wife Melania Her speech and demeanor were absolutely incredible Very proud" the billionaire tweeted ‘Not acceptable’ More recently Mrs Trump faced the embarrassment of a howling uproar after the release of an audio from 2005 in which her husband bragged about groping women’s genitals and getting away with it because he is famous Nearly a dozen women later came forward to accuse Trump of sexual misconduct or outright assault Melania called her husband’s comments on the tape "not acceptable" But she said he had been egged on by a TV host who was with him on a bus on which he made the hot mic comments "I don’t know that person that would talk that way and that he would say that kind of stuff" she said before writing if off as "boy talk" At a humour-filled charity dinner after the last of the three presidential debates Trump himself cracked a joke at her expense about her convention speech He said: "Michelle Obama gives a speech and everyone loves it It’s fantastic They think she’s absolutely great My wife Melania gives the exact same speech and people get on her case And I don’t get it" Glamorous life Born Melanija Knavs in Slovenia — then part of Yugoslavia — to a fashion-industry mother and a car-salesman father she studied design and architecture before leaving for Milan and Paris to launch her modelling career That brought her to the United States in 1996 where two years later she met Trump She later became his third wife At the convention she said becoming a US citizen in 2006 was "the greatest privilege on planet earth" Her American experience has certainly been far removed from that of the average immigrant Her Twitter account — inactive since Trump declared his candidacy — reflects the privileged lifestyle of a jet-setter traveling between a lavish New York apartment and residences in Florida She has tweeted photographs from high-society gatherings and major sporting events as well as recollections of her red-carpet saunters and charity functions In each image Melania appears impeccably dressed When Donald and Melania married in January 2005 in Florida the cost of her Dior dress was estimated at $200000 Among the invited celebrities was Hillary Clinton the defeated Democratic presidential candidate Initially Melania did not seem to be entirely on board with the idea of her husband running for president Trump once said Melania would have been content as the wife of a billionaire businessman and reality TV star "She said ‘We have such a great life Why do you want to do this’" Trump told The Washington Post Melania will be America’s first foreign-born first lady since Louisa Adams wife of John Quincy Adams who was president from 1825-1829 Adams was born in England Madrid: Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane added his voice on Friday to the growing clamour for the summer transfer window to close before the season starts across Europe English Premier League clubs voted on Thursday to shut the 2018 close-season transfer window before the start of the 2018-19 campaign following complaints by managers that transfer activity disturbs their preparations The transfer window in Europe’s other major leagues runs until 31 August meaning clubs outside England could buy players from English top-flight teams after the new Premier League deadline File image of Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane AP "I think the same thing as most people do" said Zidane "The transfer window must stop when the league restarts When official competition restarts it must stop that’s clear" Zidane added: "We can’t change our team during competition that’s what I think and that’s the opinion of most people" in world football UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has also given his support to making the close-season player trading period introduced by world governing body FIFA in 2002 shorter Turning to matters even more political Zidane said he could "not imagine a La Liga without Barcelona" in reference to another attempt by Catalonia to wrest free of Madrid Catalan leaders have slated an independence referendum for 1 October something Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy has branded an "intolerable act of disobedience" Spanish sporting authorities have often warned that Barca and other Catalan clubs would be excluded from national competition should there be secession in Catalonia "I don’t know what’s going to happen exactly" Zidane said "There some people for some against it’s a complicated debate I hope that it won’t happen I don’t want it" The roof was closed the lights shone and a packed gallery greeted a fairytale hero It was a damp day in London characteristic of England’s quirky summer weather But everything inside the closed roof on the Centre Court at Wimbledon was as crisp as a vintage Roger Federer volley An unusually boisterous Centre Court crowd conducted an orchestra that included 15000 lung-busting fans The object of their affection was Marcus Willis a teaching pro from the Warwick Boat Club His tussle with Federer did not work up too much froth but the match served to remind us that sport is still isn’t always just about the winning score Willis won just seven games in an 85-minute match that included a bagel in the first set But then it wasn’t a day for numbers and keeping score The 25-year-old born again tennis player walked on court to a deafening cheer and left it signing autographs and posing for selfies Federer may have won the match Willis won over an entire nation of skeptics with his infectious smile and self-belief Roger Federer with Marcus Willis after their match Reuters Willis teaches tennis they told us as he worked his way two sets of qualifying events to make his way to Wimbledon It appeared though that the sporting Gods sent him there to reconnect us with the soul of sport and teach us the virtues of enjoying it Federer has been speaking to us about the love for sport But in an era of instant gratification the transcendental barely makes any sense “I still have a lot to give before I say goodbye to this sport” pleaded the Swiss to an impatient journalist enquiring about retirement“I love tennis I love sport and I will play as long as my body will permit it” The 17-time Grand Slam champion has reiterated that sentiment several times over but we find it difficult to digest What might wake up a man who has already won everything there is to win for the grind of practice and the pain of competition Federer tried to explain in a recent interview with The Guardian “I’ve heard retirement since 2009 when I won the French Open and people were like well what else are you playing for" he said in his interview “I’m like what’s wrong with you people Don’t you understand that playing tennis is great fun “I don’t need to win three slams a year to be content If the body doesn’t want to do it if the mind doesn’t want to do it if my wife doesn’t want me to do it if my kids don’t like it I’ll stop tomorrow Zero problem “But I love tennis in such a big way that I don’t care if I don’t win so much anymore For me that is irrelevant" Finally on Wednesday it felt like Federer may have found an ally It was easy to forget that an evening encounter between Federer and Willis on the most prized piece of real estate in tennis was a second round match in the 130th edition of Wimbledon One man was applauding the other Federer was impressed with his opponent’s audacity There was nothing anyone could do about wiping the wide eyed grin on Willis’ countenance not even Federer The left hander was just happy to be on Centre Court with his family watching from the players’ box He had a legion of fans paying tributes to each of his 24 winners like they nearly won him the entire thing They nearly brought the roof down on Centre Court What they did bring back was the joy of sport Federer may even feel indebted to Willis for making it easy for him to explain the next time he is asked a question about retirement Willis was like a pied piper leading a generation of fans that were facing the risk of not celebrating the act of being Just being on court playing with the greatest player of all time not too far from home Herediscovered his love for tennis and reconnected us with the 19th century art of enjoying sport taking us beyond our fixation with winners and losers In that sense Willis may have earned himself a lasting spot in Wimbledon folklore He reminded me of Vladimir Voltchkov who played his way through Roehampton before marching all the way through the semi-finals in 2000 He lost that match to Pete Sampras but walked away an unforgettable winner in the hearts of Wimbledon fans Lukas Rosol and Dustin Brown were other examples of young men who scripted their moments on the grass at the expense of Rafael Nadal Those with an elephantine memory will also recall Roger Taylor He reached the semi-finals of Wimbledon in 1970 hoisting the formidable Rod Laver out of the tournament Maria Sharapova isn’t a cool example after earning a two-year doping ban but her magical run in London as a 17-year-old girl was a Cinderella story The Russian defeated Serena Williams in straight sets beating all odds for her famous victory in 2004 And how can we forget the near mythical triumph of Goran Ivanisevic when he won the whole thing as a wild card in 2001 It was the same year in which Federer upended Sampras in a match that offered a window to the future Wimbledon sure has been the theatre of dreams for several men and women But Willis and Federer turned Centre Court into a cathedral of joy introducing us to the joy of sport And the art of celebrating just being on court irrespective of the result New Delhi:He is no longer a part the amateur boxing circuit but concerned about the shambolic state of its administration in India professional star Vijender Singh today took up the issue with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a meeting in New Delhi Vijender who has won all his four fights since turning pro last year is on a short 10-day Holi break in India before his next bout on April 30 in London File Photo of Vijender Singh Getty Images "It was a very good meeting we discussed the state of Indian boxing Because of his busy schedule he is not exactly aware of the intricacies of what’s going on in Indian boxing administration right now but he asked me to explain him the state of affairs in writing which I will definitely do" Vijender told PTI after meeting the PM The Indian boxing administration has been in a mess since 2012 when the federation was first suspended due to manipulation in elections A new body Boxing India which took shape in 2014 was also terminated last year after a rebellion by the state units The sport is currently being administered by an ad-hoc committee of the International Boxing Association (AIBA) As a result Indian boxers have been forced to compete under the AIBA flag in major events denying them the right to fight under their own country’s name The suspension has also resulted in drying up of foreign exposure trips for the pugilists Things have come to such a pass that the Indians are running the risk of being barred from the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro even if they qualify in case a national federation does not take shape soon enough Vijender said he also talked about his pro journey with Modi "I told him about my fights so far and how professional boxing can grow in India Besides I have also invited him for my fight in India in June" the 30-year-old said "He is a busy man but he said he would definitely try to make it for my bout" he added Vijender is set to compete for the WBO Asia title during his homecoming pro bout which is tentatively set for June 11 against a yet-to-be-decided opponent PTI but a test look for the web series “Bose”. there have been over Rs 64,who had also attacked his statement,Hrithik Roshan opens up about Kaabil.
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he located Padhiyar in Vadodara and informed the nearby Gotri police station.