PM Modi rebukes Subramanian Swamy: Breaking party line, seeking publicity wrong


Rebuking Subramanian Swamy for his attacks on Arun Jaitley and Raghuram Rajan, Modi said, ‘No one is bigger than the party. If someone is making comments to seek publicity it is wrong. I am very clear about this.’

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In remarks clearly aimed at Subramanian Swamy, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today warned the BJP leaders from breaking the party line and seeking publicity.

Rebuking the controversial Rajya Sabha MP for his attacks on Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan, Modi said, “No one is bigger than the party. If someone is making comments to seek publicity it is wrong. I am very clear about this.”

Modi made the statement when he was specifically asked on the controversy over Rajan’s removal from the RBI and Swamy’s continued barbs against Jaitley and senior officers in the Finance Ministry.

RAJAN ‘NO LESS PATRIOTIC’

Calling Rajan “no less patriotic”, he virtually ticked off Swamy saying “if anybody considers himself above the system then it is wrong”.

“It is wrong to say that Rajan is less patriotic than us. It will also be unfair to say that he will not work for India’s interests. I am sure wherever he works or whichever post he holds, Rajan will continue to serve India,” the prime minister said.

The Prime Minister made it clear that he does not agree with the manner in which Swamy has been going about attacking the Finance Ministry officials or his outbursts against Jaitley.

“Whether it is in my party or not, still I think such things are inappropriate. This fondness for publicity is never going to do any good to the nation. People should conduct themselves with utmost responsibility. If anybody considers himself above the system, it is wrong,” the Prime Minister told Times Now.

The Prime Minister’s comments assume significance in the context of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and the BJP distancing themselves from Swamy’s recent attacks on Rajan, CEA Arvind Subramananian and Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das.

In a related development, Jaitley, who cut short his visit to China by a day and returned to New Delhi last night, is likely to meet PM Modi tomorrow evening, where he is expected to raise the issue of Swamy’s statements against him.

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Aviation, defence, single-brand retail among key sectors opened


Nine FDI doors flung open

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By: ENS Economic Bureau | New Delhi |

The relaxation norms came two days after RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan announced he would not be serving a second term in office. File Photo for representational purposes.

In a sweeping overhaul of foreign direct investment norms across nine key sectors, the government Monday eased FDI caps for defence, aviation and food processing sectors. And did away with the need for prior government approval for up to 74 per cent FDI brownfield investment in pharmaceuticals.

The relaxation in norms, which the Prime Minister’s Office said made India “the most open economy in the world for FDI”, came two days after Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan announced he would not be serving a second term, a move that was expected to rattle markets Monday.

In the defence sector, the government has permitted foreign investment beyond 49 per cent under the government approval route, but done away with the condition of access to ‘state-of-the-art technology’.

Local sourcing norms for single-brand retail trading have also been relaxed for products deemed as having ‘state-of-the-art’ and ‘cutting edge’ technology. After the tweaking of norms, entities undertaking single-brand retail trading and seeking exemption from local sourcing norms for ‘state-of-the-art’ and ‘cutting edge’ technology can get waiver for three years, with the option of extending it by another five years. Earlier, there was no time limit for exemption from local sourcing norms.

Among other decisions, 100 per cent FDI has been permitted in teleports, direct-to-home, cable networks and mobile TV under the automatic route.

A statement from the PMO said: “The Centre has radically liberalised the FDI regime, with the objective of providing major impetus to employment and job creation in India. This is the second major reform after the last radical changes announced in November 2015. Now most of the sectors would be under automatic approval route, except a small negative list. With these changes, India is now the most open economy in the world for FDI.”

It has also been decided to permit 100 per cent FDI under the government approval route for trading, including through e-commerce, for food products manufactured or produced in India. The government had in the Budget for this fiscal announced that 100 per cent FDI would be allowed through the FIPB route in marketing of food products produced and manufactured in India.

The relaxation for local sourcing norms for single-brand retail trading could pave the way for Apple Inc to open its retail stores in India, though industry players cited the capping of the relaxation for a maximum of eight years as a disincentive.

“We will inform Apple to indicate whether they would like to avail new provisions,” Ramesh Abhishek, Secretary of Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, told a press conference.

Proposals by other single-brand retailers such as Swedish furniture giant IKEA also stand to benefit.

India’s FDI inflows in 2015-16 increased to $55.46 billion as against $36.04 billion during 2013-14. The government last made changes to the FDI policy in November 2015, when norms for 15 sectors including banking, defence and construction were changed.

Among Monday’s decisions, in the defence sector, FDI proposals beyond 49 per cent have been put through government approval route, in cases resulting in “access to modern technology” in the country, while doing away with the state-of-art technology norm.

At present, 49 per cent FDI in defence is allowed under the automatic route, while FDI above 49 per cent is permitted through government approval on case-to-case basis, wherever it is likely to result in access to modern and ‘state-of-the-art’ technology in the country. The new FDI limit for defence sector has also been made applicable to manufacturing of small arms and ammunitions covered under the Arms Act 1959.

The government has also decided to allow 100 per cent FDI under automatic route in brownfield airport projects. At present, 100 per cent FDI is allowed under the automatic route in greenfield airport projects and 74 per cent FDI in brownfield projects under the automatic route, while beyond 74 per cent for brownfield projects is under government route.

The FDI limit for scheduled air transport service/domestic scheduled passenger airline and regional air transport service has been raised to 100 per cent, of which up to 49 per cent would be allowed under automatic route and beyond 49 per cent through government approval. For NRIs, 100 per cent FDI will continue to be allowed under the automatic route, but the FDI limit for foreign airlines has been capped at 49 per cent for both scheduled and non-scheduled air-transport services.

FDI in teleports, direct-to-home, cable networks, mobile TV have been included in the 100 per cent automatic route. For private security agencies, FDI up to 49 per cent is now permitted under the automatic route in this sector, while beyond 49 per cent and up to 74 per cent would be through government approval route.

The government has removed the requirement of ‘controlled conditions’ for FDI in animal husbandry, pisciculture, aquaculture and apiculture. At present, 100 per cent FDI in these activities is allowed under the automatic route under controlled conditions.

For establishment of branch office or liaison office or any other place of business in India if the principal business of the applicant is defence, telecom, private security or information and broadcasting, the government has decided that approval of RBI or separate security clearance would not be required in cases where FIPB approval has already been granted.

Market experts welcomed the changes in FDI policy announced by the government, with the allowance of FDI in food processing being seen as a positive step for farmers. “The policy change will definitely benefit farmers as it will enable them to get better rates for the produce and at the same time, overall reduction in wastage of food products for the country. It seems a win-win situation for consumer as well as the farmers, but we need to wait for the fineprint of the detailed guidelines to check the kind of conditions attached,” Devraj Singh, Executive Director -Tax & Regulatory Services, EY said.

“The increase in sectoral cap in the civil aviation will boost airline connectivity to other regional upcoming hubs and will definitely promote the foreign airlines to set up their own shop without any joint venture partner in India,” Singh said.

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घूमने के लिए विदेशों का नहीं भारत का करें रुख


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नयी दिल्‍ली: आजकल युवाओं में विदेशों में घुमने का क्रेज काफी बढ़ गया है। लदंन हो, ऑस्‍ट्रेलिया हो या अमरिका, आज दूसरा युवा विदेश जाने की इच्‍छा ज़रूर जाहिर करता है। पर क्‍या आप जानते है दार्शनिक स्‍थलों के मामले में हमारा भारत भी पीछे नहीं है। आइए जानते हैं भारत के कुछ ऐसे राज्‍यों के बारे में जहां, घूमने के लिहाज़ से कई पर्यटन स्‍थल मौजूद हैं।

दिल्ली टॉप 10 पर्यटन स्थलों में सबसे ऊपर है। यहां पर गौरवशाली इतिहास बताने वाली इमारतें, स्मारक, किले, बगीचे हैं, जो देश की छवि को ब्‍यां करते हैं। लाल किला, कुतुबमीनार, जंतर-मंतर,संसद भवन, मुगल गार्डन, मेट्रो, स्वामीनारायण अक्षरधाम मंदिर आदि मुख्य आकर्षण है जो पर्यटकों का मन मोह लेते हैं।

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राजस्‍थान का जयपुर अपने प्राचीन तथा अद्भुत मध्यकालीन किलों, भवन निर्माण कला, झीलों तथा महलों के कारण जाना जाता है। इसे पिंक सिटी भी कहते हैं। यहां के पर्यटन स्थलों में नाहरगढ़ किला,जयगढ़ किला जहां विश्व की सबसे बड़ी तोप है,पानी के बीच बना जलमहल, हवामहल, सिटी पैलस, भव्य आमेर किला आदि प्रमुख हैं।
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गोवा को भारत का मिनी यूरोप भी कहते हैं। गोवा की खूबसूरती केवल यहां के सागर तटों तक ही सीमित नहीं है। यहां सेंट फ्रांसिस ऑफ असीसी, होली स्पिरिट चर्च के अलावा कामाक्षी, सप्तकेटेश्‍वर, शांतादुर्ग, महालसा नारायणी, परनेम का भगवती मंदिर और महालक्ष्मी आदि भी दर्शनीय हैं।
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मुंबई भारत की आर्थिक राजधानी तथा सबसे बड़ा महानगर है। समुद्र किनारे बसा यह शहर बॉलीवुड हस्तियों का बसेरा है। मुंबई की ईमारतें, लक्जरी हॉटल पूरे देश में मशहूर हैं। मरीन ड्राईव, ताज, गेटवे ऑफ इंडिया, बांद्रा-वर्ली सी लिंक, महालक्ष्मी मंदिर, सिद्धिविनायक मंदिर आदि यहां के प्रमुख आकर्षण केंद्र हैं।

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उत्तर प्रदेश का आगरा, अपने रोमांटिक इतिहास के लिए विश्व प्रसिद्ध है। यहां का मुख्य आकर्षण यमुना नदी के किनारे स्तिथ ताजमहल है। इसके अलावा लाल किला, फतेहपुर सीकरी का बुलंद दरवाजा, मेहताब बाग, पंचमहल, मोती मस्जिद, अंगूरी बाग, शाह बुर्ज आदि आकर्षण के केंद्र हैं।

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पवित्र गंगा नदी किनारे बसी धार्मिक नगरी वाराणसी पूरे भारत में अपना पूजनीय स्थान रखती है। इसे बनारस और काशी भी कहते हैं। यहां के मुख्य आकर्षण गंगा पूजा, गंगा नदी, सारनाथ, दशाश्वमेघ घाट, अस्सी घाट, योग प्रशिक्षण केंद्र, बनारस घाट, काशी विश्वनाथ मंदिर, मानमंदिर घाट, संकट मोचन मंदिर आदि हैं।

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बैंगलोर को भारत की सूचना प्रौद्योगिकी की राजधानी कहते हैं। यह बहुत ही खूबसूरत और साफ-सुथरे शहरों में गिना जाता है। बसवनगुडी बुल टेंपल, कब्बन पार्क, वंडरला एम्यूजमेंट पार्क, सूर्यनारायण मंदिर, इस्कॉन हरे कृष्ण मंदिर, बंगलूरू पैलेस, शिव समुद्र झरना आदि यहां के प्रसिद्ध पर्यटन स्थल हैं।

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झीलों की नगरी उदयपुर अपनी अनोखी और विशाल प्राकृतिक छटा तथा मानव निर्मित झीलों के कारण मशहूर है। खूबसूरती के कारण उदयुपर को वेनिस ऑफ ईस्ट भी कहा जाता है। रणकपुर के जैन मंदिर, सिटी पैलेस, पिछोला झील, जयसमंद झील, फतेह सागर झील, कुंभलगढ़ किला आदि यहां के मुख्य आकर्षण हैं।

राजधानी दिल्ली के नजदीक बसा गुड़गांव शहर भारत की आधुनिकता का प्रतीक है। यहां पर बहुत सारी अंतरराष्ट्रीय कंपनियों के कार्यालय हैं। मुख्य आकर्षण के रूप में शीतलामाता मंदिर, सुल्तानपुर राष्ट्रीय पक्षी अभ्यारण, बड़खल झील, किंगडम ऑफ ड्रीम्स, दमदम झील, आधुनिक होटल और मॉल्स हैं।

कोच्चि को अरब सागर की रानी कहते हैं। कोच्चि अपने स्वादिष्ट मसालेदार भोजन और नारियल के पेड़ों के कारण प्रसिद्ध है। एर्नाकुलाथाप्पन मंदिर, चर्च ऑफ सेंट फ्रांसिस, चेराई बीच, वास्कोडिगामा स्क्वायर, गुरुद्वारा श्री गुरुसिंह सभा, डच महल, बोलघट्टी महल, हिल महल आदि यहां के आकर्षण केंद्र हैं।

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व्हॉटस्अॅपवरुन ताजी भाजी घरपोच मिळत असल्यानं ज्येष्ठ नागरिक, तसेच नोकरी करणाऱ्या महिलांना हा उपक्रम फायदेशीर ठरतो आहे.

 

कुमेल बरफवाला या मेकॅनिकल इंजिनियर असणाऱ्या तरुणाने व्हाटसअॅपच्या माध्यमातून भाजी आणि फळे विक्री करण्याचा व्यवसाय सुरु केला आहे.

 

कुमेलच्या कुटुंबाचा वडिलोपार्जित व्यवसाय कोल्ड स्टोरेजचा आणि तो पेशानं इंजिनियर. पण त्याने सोशल मीडियाचा खुबीनं वापर करून भाजी आणि फळं विक्रीचा व्यवसाय सुरु केला. व्हाटसअॅप त्याने कॉम्प्युटरला जोडलं असून त्या व्हाटसअॅप क्रमांकावर ग्राहक आपल्याला आवश्यक असलेल्या भाजीची ऑर्डर देतात.

 

ऑर्डर आल्यावर त्याप्रमाणे भाजी एका ट्रेमध्ये भरली जाते आणि नंतर भाजी ग्राहकाला घरपोच केली जाते. बाजारातल्या भाजी इतकाच त्याचा दर असून ग्राहकाला ताजी आणि घरपोच भाजी मिळते. ताजी भाजी आणि फळं ग्राहकांना घरपोच दिल्यानं चार महिन्याच्या काळातच कुमेलने ग्राहकांचा विश्वास संपादन केला आहे.

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Who is Ranbir Kapoor moving in with?


Ever since there have been plans of renovating the Kapoor family Bungalow Krishna Raj In Pali Hill, Ranbir Kapoor decided to move out and stay on rent till it was done.

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Currently Tamasha actor is staying on rent..

Ever since there have been plans of renovating the Kapoor family Bungalow Krishna Raj In Pali Hill, Ranbir Kapoor decided to move out and stay on rent till it was done. And now looks like, daddy cool Rishi Kapoor has taken the matter into hands and wants to bring his son back. But it hasn’t been easy for Senior Kapoor since it’s a huge task to reconstruct a house in Pali Hill and one has follow all the strict guidelines put forth by the society. You can be a famous celebrity or a commoner, it’s the same for everyone. Fair enough!

As per reports in a tabloid, “The Pali Hill Residents’ Association–worried that constant movement of men and machinery will ruin the neighbourhood’s beauty and quiet -have handed a list of guidelines to the actor, warning him that any deviation could lead to fines and legal trouble. According to the guidelines, construction work should be carried out only between 8 am and 7 pm; only one dumper truck will be allowed in the area at any given time; and no part of the road or sidewalk should be blocked. Kapoor has been asked to ensure that no debris is dumped on the road, noise levels are kept in check and people living in the vicinity are not disturbed because of the construction work.

Well Senior Kapoor has agreed to their fair demands and is happy to follow all the guidelines. Rishi and Neetu Kapoor are planning to turn their Krishna Raj bungalow into a multi storey home. And looks like soon RK will be staying with his family once again after the house is revamped. Currently the actor resides in a rented apartment which is very close to his parent’s bungalow.

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