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the Democrats launched a scathing ad against Trump using his misogynist comments and sent a powerful message to the American voters: ‘Anyone who does what he does is unfit to be president. The income from the PCO is now hardly Rs 1,Chandimandir and other civil dignitaries. “I thought we were tight to their openers, fired upon by the Ukrainian military, The Gunners forward was again carted off on loan by the London club for the sixth time, despite a second set meltdown when her game misfired on the grass. in her letter,released just a day before Raebareli went to the polls wrote:"Despite my intense desire I am not able to be physically present among you this time Please treat this as my ‘personal’ letter. Raebareli and Amethi have become an integral part of our lives The credit for whatever we are today goes to you You and I share a special relationship which is the biggest asset of my life" Due to some reasons I couldn’t be present between all of you this time Representing you is a matter of pride for memy family:Sonia Gandhi pictwittercom/DzTqwvfuwG — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) February 22 2017 File image of Congress President Sonia Gandhi PTI According to a report in CNN News 18 Gandhi has remained absent from campaigning which led to the speculation that she did not approve of the alliance between Congress and Samajwadi Party for the ongoing Assembly elections in the state — the letter is significant considering her parliamentary constituency Raebareli is going to the polls on Thursday In her letter Gandhi alleged that it was the first time in history that a government was working against the interests of its own people She also accused the Centre of cosying up to industrialists and big business According to a report in the Times of India Gandhi said "These elections are very important In 2014 the people of Uttar Pradesh backed the Modi government in a big way But in return it has given nothing to the people of the state In fact the Modi government has taken away the hard-earned money of the people" The Indian Express reported that Gandhi mocked the BJP for failing to bring the "acche din" as promised before the 2014 Lok sabha polls “They can go to any extent to remain in power The whole country is in deep pain due to their wrong policies and poor governance Farmers are in trouble youngsters are not getting jobs housewives are struggling due to inflation Our Dalit men are living in fear The whole country is looking up to you (people) I request you to vote for the Congress candidate" she added The fourth phase polling in Uttar Pradesh will be held on Thursday in 53 Assembly constituencies spread over 12 districts including the backward Bundelkhand region and the Nehru-Gandhi pocket borough of Rae Bareli Elections for the UP Assembly are being held in seven phases with three more — 27 February and 4 and 8 March — to follow Thursday’s polling Election results will be out on 11 March With inputs from agencies Written by Agencies | Sydney | Published: June 12 2009 1:14 pm Related News Boss too mean Staff fond of slacking It comes with the territorysays a new study that found personality traits have a big influence on your job The studyby researchers at the University of Western SydneyAustraliashowed that in many casespersonalityrather than education or the occupation of a person’s parentsplayed a bigger role in determining what job people ended up with People in managerial roles tended to be more open to experiencemore conscientious but less agreeable than others in different job roles Clerical workers were the most conscientiousbut least open to changewhile salespeople were the most extroverted and agreeable Office workers were among the least conscientiousbut they had high levels of emotional stability “Personality traits are a combination of genes and upbringingand they’re relatively formed by the age of 12” said Robert Wellsone of the researchers who conducted the study as part of his PhD thesis “By the age of 30the broad characteristics are stable And the study indicates that personality traits generally seem to have some influence on occupational outcomes” he told Reuters “Alsowith regard to occupationsmanagement tends to be more influenced by personality traits” The study was based on data from a wide ranging national surveythe Household Income and Labor Dynamics in Australiawhich involves almost 20000 individuals The survey looked at the prevalence of five characteristics – openness to experienceconscientiousnessextroversionagreeableness and emotional stability – in different occupations “This study can help policymakersemployees and employers alike” said Wells “The broad personality traits of the five-factor model have a significantrelatively strongpersistent and expected effect over occupational outcomes” For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe poll results as seen from the trend so far in Punjab hold a few surprises Everyone expected the ruling Akali Dal-BJP combine to sink to the single-digit mark; it is likely to end up as the second biggest party in the state with about a rather respectable 20 seats All exit polls and pre-election assessments gave the Aam Aadmi Party a big thumbs up some even predicting it would form the government It is in the race for number three position at this point All of them felt the Congress would perform well but few believed it would be in a position to form the government It is comfortably placed now Captain Amarinder Singh (left) with Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi PTI Clearly everyone underestimated the strength of the Akali Dal on the ground and overestimated the popularity of AAP The former was undoubtedly helming a very unpopular government and many felt it deserved punishment But few captured the fact it had a solid voter base and couldn’t go down too far even in the worst circumstance Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP was expected to mop up the anti-incumbency votes and notch up close to 60 seats Its popularity showed in its rallies particularly in the Malwa region which accounts for 69 of the state’s 117 Assembly seats The big development in this election however is the Congress’s victory It has been so rare in recent times that every victory for the party merits a thorough analysis It had a good campaigning strategy to begin with Its people connect programmes – Coffee with Captain and the Punjab da Captain – supported by efficient groundwork exuded purpose In comparison that of the AAP was more boisterous but less organised The Congress has the advantage of projecting a credible leader in the form Amarinder Singh That Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi left the state to Amarinder and didn’t even bother to campaign was in a way good for the party Wherever he takes the lead in campaigning the party loses – this has been an uncomfortable takeaway for the party from several elections The massive defeat of the SP-Congress alliance in Uttar Pradesh is a case in point Rahul is proving himself a liability as star campaigner for the Congress The victory in Punjab means the Congress’s gradual extinction from the political map of the country takes a halt For now the party can survive in the hope that with a good leader and fit organisation in states it can still manage electoral victories It is also a message to the party’s leadership that recovery has to begin from the states not through a top-down approach The AAP meanwhile would have to wait for its next electoral victory It might not be easy to come Punjab was its best bait for a political footprint beyond Delhi While there could be some credence in its argument that the Akali Dal desperate to keep it out of power asked its supporters to vote tactically to defeat AAP candidates the number of seats it has finally managed does not speak too well about it But it should take heart from the fact that it is the legitimate number two party in a big state It can bide its time to be number one However the number can change for both AAP and SAD as the counting progresses Let’s wait and watch Myanmar army chief says Rohingya Muslims not natives numbers fleeing exaggerated | Reuters Fwire Reuters Oct 12 2017 19:27:58 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Oct 12 2017 19:27 PM | Updated Date: Oct 12 2017 19:27 PM Tags : Ranchi:Jharkhand saw its worst Class 10 and 12 results this year with not a single student from 66 schools and intermediate colleges of the state clearing the exams The results of Class 10 and 12 were released by the education department head Neera Yadav on 30 May As per the Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) 579 percent of students in Class 10 5236 percent of students in Inter-Science and 6009 percent in Inter-Commerce passed Representational image Getty Images According to sources in the education department there are 33 intermediate colleges and the same number of schools with Class 10 where not a single student cleared the examination In the 33 intermediate colleges a total of 148 students took the Class 12 examination while 240 students appeared in the Class 10 examination in the schools Worried teachers and the National Educational Sangh have raised technical reasons for the poor results "A large number of students of Class 10 failed the English exam The provisions of the Jharkhand Academic Council have not been taken care of" Amarnath Jha general secretary of National Education Sangh told reporters The teachers association members met the JAC chairperson Arvind Prasad Singh and brought the issue to his notice on Wednesday The JAC chairperson has assured to look into the issue Jaipur: Rajasthan Congress chief Sachin Pilot on Monday demanded that the Vasundhara Raje-led BJP government in the state immediately waive the loans of farmers on the lines of relief provided to them in Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra Farmers in Rajasthan have been protesting seeking loan waivers and on other issues troubling them File image of Sachin Pilot AFP They had blocked roads in Sikar last month demanding the implementation of the recommendations of the Swaminathan Committee which suggested steps to provide relief to farmers across India Earlier this month more than 50 farmers buried themselves neck-deep in the ground against Jaipur Development Authority’s move to acquire their land for a housing project Pilot alleged on Monday that Raje was waiting for the state assembly election due next year to announce the loan waiver "Chief Minister Raje will have to waive loans of farmers in the state CM is waiting for the proposed state assembly election to announce the waiver" he said "Farmers of the state will not be able to wait for 12 months She should waive off loans of farmers without wasting any time" he told reporters at a joint press conference with Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala The BJP government in Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra have announced schemes to waive loans of farmers in those states Pilot also accused Raje of dividing the society by meeting representatives of different castes separately during her tour of the state "It leaves a negative impact on the society" Hitting out against the infamous mining scam in Rajasthan Pilot said that the Raje government had to cancel the lease of 600 mines because of the pressure mounted by the Congress party But he added it was unfortunate that the government was making back-door attempts to renew the leases He did not say what attempts he was referring to Objecting to the reinstatement of a senior government official accused in the scam Pilot said that the government reinstated the officer even though a Lokayukta probe was pending against him By: Express News Service | Published: May 9 2015 12:25 am Related News For over a year India was one of the best performing markets for both stocks and the domestic currency Behind it of course was the hope that a new government led by a strong and decisive leader would revive growth and repair the damage to investor sentiment from the previous regime’s policy paralysis In 2014 alone foreign institutional investors (FIIs) picked up $424 billion in Indian debt and equities In the current year too they pumped in another $152 billion till April-end But since the start of this month FIIs have been net sellers to the tune of $13 billion Meanwhile the Sensex has shed nearly a tenth of its lifetime high of 30000-plus points touched in early March and the rupee sank to a 20-month low of Rs 6405 to the dollar In good measure this reversal of fortunes has to do with structural factors Poor corporate earnings — more so in the latest March-ended quarter — and over-leveraged balance sheets rule out any immediate revival in private investment activity Pressure on rural incomes from falling crop prices and extreme weather along with weak export demand have only queered the pitch further On top of these global oil prices are on the boil once again with the average price of crude climbing by around $10 a barrel in the last one month Although the RBI’s foreign exchange reserve position is vastly better than it was during the last run on the rupee in August-September 2013 one knows from the past how rising oil prices can be a source of vulnerability for India’s balance of payments situation The pressure on the rupee now if anything queers the pitch for any interest rate cuts The RBI was in fact forced to raise short-term rates the last time around to counter attempts by currency speculators to “short” the rupee The current government has only made things worse in a sense through its confusing statements on retrospective applicability of minimum alternate tax on FIIs Understandably the latter haven’t taken too kindly to these after being assured of this government’s determination to end tax terrorism and bury the ghost of the retrospective amendment Their heavy selling serves as a warning to the government which was seemingly lulled into complacency by low crude prices softening inflation and robust inflows Thankfully the wake-up call has come fairly early before it completes even one year in office Prime Minister Narendra Modi needs to take direct charge of things now and clearly convey that his government means business For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: April 29 2015 12:00 am Related News Every new broom sweeps better I don’t mean to disparage your attempt to infuse a new spirit into the paper However for old people like me you have created a new problem — the new typeface is very small and we old people with fading eyesight find it difficult to read the paper Moreover it is monotonous What you can do is reduce the coverage of crime The space saved may be used to enlarge the letters of the print It would be a favour to the older generation if you could reconsider your decision to reduce the size of the print — VN Arora New Delhi Crops not land This refers to ‘A bitter crop’ by Ashok Gulati (IE April 28) Revelations after Gajendra Singh’s tragic death showed that he was not a distressed farmer but a well-off farmer-cum-businessman The reason behind farmer suicides is not land acquisition but crop damage due to the unseasonal rains There has been extensive acquisition of land by the state since Independence The Congress and the opposition are pushing the radical left line that industrialisation or development is a conspiracy against the poor Industrialisation is essential for economic growth and jobs But industry cannot be set up in thin air What is essential in land acquisition is a fair and transparent deal Crop failure is a different issue — MC Joshi Lucknow There cannot be a better opportunity to frame a policy for the agricultural sector that focuses on people What is needed is sustained growth in the primary sector Skill development of farmers needs to be boosted through the “Skill India” mission R&D needs to be reinvigorated Private players must enter the sector and freedom of choice be given to farmers to sell their produce where they wish The vagaries of nature force us to rethink strategy A crop insurance scheme revolving around efficient technological models will add a dynamic element to the lives of farmers — Mohit Kumar New Delhi Tax Terror This refers to the editorial ‘On the MAT’ (IE April 28) The propensity to tax foreign companies by controverting taxes and rules is going to dampen the investment climate MAT is for this government what retrospective tax and GAAR were for its predecessor If the government wants FDI and MNCs it should design transparent policies instead of playing cloak-and-dagger games While they continue to be lured by the prime minister abroad taxing them heavily at home will force them out This would be suicidal for an economy that needs investment jobs and growth — Ashok Goswami Mumbai For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kriti Sonali | Bengaluru | Updated: August 21 2017 2:33 pm Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli are seen wearing the same hat are standing in the same balcony and of course there are elephants in the background too Related News Jab Harry Met Sejal actor Anushka Sharma knows it well that her fans are in a look out of her pictures from her Sri Lanka holiday This is because she is vacationing there with beau Virat Kohli very discretely Only recently we saw how they went on an eco-friendly date and planted a sapling in the island nation We got to see their photos together thanks to their fan pages Now the two are teasing their followers in a different way They have posted pictures clicked at the same location but are not in the same frame While Anushka shared on her Instagram post four days back we now know why her day was ‘spent well’ That’s because Virat was there by her side at that time The cricketer has also shared a post of his ‘recent day out’ from the same location and we are super excited While Anushka Sharma shared her Instagram post four days back we now know why her day was ‘spent well’ That’s because Virat was there by her side at that time The cricketer has also shared a post of his ‘recent day out’ from the same location and we are super excited Virat in his latest post is seen at the same location as his lady love Anushka The similarities in both their posts are so much that we just could not help ourselves from establishing connections Yes the two are seen wearing the same hat are standing in the same balcony and of course there are elephants in the background too Virat shared the post with caption “Recent day out around these gentle giants ? 5 one day internationals and a Twenty20 series against SL. these growing intimacies.

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the sources said. “Mai jo b kar raha tha show me sab entertainment tha, Palaniswamy said the assurances given by late chief minister J Jayalalithaa in the run-up to the election campaign were also being implemented. ? ?? We are talking to all parties, For over four decades now,the lack of animal spirits.