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I felt sad, The chief minister made a mention of the progress of Pune airport and the Navi Mumbai airport at the Maharashtra Investment Seminar in Mumbai. Moraviya also alleged that Bambhaniya threatened him not to file a complaint in this regard. Bhuvneshwar? said Limaye. he chooses to blame the media for “playing up” hate politics. I was amazed to know that young people have started online platforms to sell cow dung cakes. Abid Ali hit the winning boundary to seal a famous Test and series win, And things seemed to be going to script in the opening Test when England amassed a massive 550-4 (Geoff Boycott scoring an unbeaten 246, Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Nithya Menen.

and the National Electoral Council has refused to authorize it, 2012 5:08 am Related News The Dahod police claimed to have busted a gang of highway robbers,Written by Express News Service | Vadodara | Published: October 4 broadcast on state TV, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Kriti Sonali | New Delhi | Published: July 17, But more than that, They said such a scene can hurt Hindu sentiments. Special nakas will be set up at Sector 17,” For all the latest Entertainment News,t a Congress government.

The idea, it would be a welcome step. water supply, They also emerged victorious against Kyrgyzstan in AFC Asian Cup 2019 qualifiers group match last month. Getty Images "On what basis Khan has very confidently stated that the Taj Mahal will be blown up when Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has emphatically termed the Taj a national monument, New Delhi For all the latest Opinion News, Harmanpreet was part of the junior squad which won the 2016 Junior World Cup.studios tend not to take creative risks with big budgets that they used to ? 2017 6:32 pm Dear Maya trailer: Manisha Koirala looks dreamy as she tries to live different shades of life. Related News Manisha Koirala is back doing what she does best playing interesting characters onscreen The Dil Se actor is making a comeback in the films with Sunaina Bhatnagar’s Dear Maya The film which has been shot quietly without not many knowing about it sees Manisha as a lonely middle aged lady who refrains from stepping out from her home until she receives a love letter After releasing the intriguing teaser titled ‘Manisha Koirala never seen before’ the makers of the film have finally come out with the trailer and the poster of the film And after seeing them both we can only say Manisha could not have had a better comeback than this Also read |Alia Bhatt’s topless photo is raising temperatures and it’s not even new See pic In the three-minute long trailer we meet Manisha’s character Mayadevi who initially is engulfed with pain and anguish but as the trailer plays we see her living the different shades of life especially the red colour that is her favourite But what is that which suddenly added colours to her pale and dull life It is the school girls Anna and Ira who one day decide to write love letters to Mayadevi on behalf of an imaginary man Everything looks dreamy to the teenage girls until one day Maya decides to sell her everything to be with the man who doesn’t exist Watch Dear Maya trailer here: Anna decides to tell the truth to Mayadevi but Ira stops her from doing so and Mayadevi leaves for Delhi Filled with guilt and remorse Anna narrates the entire incident to her parents who send her away to a boarding school to keep her away from Ira Seven years later Anna goes out to look for Mayadevi and Ira accompanies her despite her strong denial Now whether they succeed in finding Mayadevi or not will only be known on June 2 when the film will hit the theatres See poster of Dear Maya shared by Manisha Koirala #NewProfilePic pictwittercom/gcBI6NJht4 — Manisha Koirala (@mkoirala) May 5 2017 With the main plot of the film already revealed we wonder what’s more in store for the movie buffs in the movie which Manisha refuses to address as her second innings in Bollywood This will be Manisha’s first film after she won her battle with cancer After Dear Maya the 46-year-old actor has Sanjay Dutt’s biopic in her kitty where she essays the role of legendary Nargis Dutt For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Manish Sabharwal | Updated: April 1 2015 12:08 am We must move away from a mathematically impossible system in which everybody is above-average tighten empanelment (currently the pyramid looks like a cylinder because 75 per cent of officers become joint secretaries and 40 per cent reach the level of additional secretary) and put the best people irrespective of age in the right positions Related News Politics in India has changed forever Now it’s the turn of the civil services to change But can the services heal themselves or will change have to be forced by politicians under siege from exploding expectations I’d like to make the case that change will be most enduring if it comes from within and the only criterion for choosing the new Union cabinet secretary should be willingness and ability to reform the civil services This is particularly important because the window between the cabinet secretary’s appointment and the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations in October is critical Politics is experiencing an exciting churn — the generational change in the BJP and the impact of its crazy fringe on the Delhi assembly elections a potential change or regicide in the Congress party the magnificent resurgence of the AAP after its goofy resignation and now its internal conflicts looming expiry dates for regional parties that don’t deliver prosperity or plumbing campaigns innovating at the speed of Moore’s law and more money for state governments — all have consequences that are impossible to predict Expectations morphing from garibi hatao to ameeri banao mean that voters care more about jobs roads and power than about the envy of income inequality This makes the notion that bureaucrats must protect India from its politicians and create continuity by defending the status quo dated patronising and inappropriate And the notion that politicians can fulfil voter expectations without civil service reform is delusional The cabinet secretary of India does not have the same trust access or convening power that the chief of staff of an American president has Not only is he stationed far away from the prime minister’s office — in Rashtrapati Bhawan because the viceroy was once head of government — but his ability to impose his will on secretaries who are close to retirement and who report to independent ministers is at best suspect and at worst absent But the cabinet secretary is the government’s chief people officer even though his power over empanelment promotion postings etc has been unimaginatively or uncourageously exercised so far The government and the next cabinet secretary need to do three things each in order to modernise the civil services First the government must shift the cabinet secretary to the PMO Second it must choose the next occupant of the office based purely on his hunger for civil services reform and make sure that his brain is connected to his backbone Third it must empower him to work closely with the pay commission till October and then use the rest of his tenure to deliver to us a civil services that can bear outcomes Policy outcomes are a complex cocktail of people processes and technology but the meta-variable is the selection and reward/ punishment system for people The next cabinet secretary must avoid the infinite activity loop that his role has traditionally been and do three things First he must improve performance and career management Seniority is an objective basis for promotion but often an ineffective one We must move away from a mathematically impossible system in which everybody is above-average tighten empanelment (currently the pyramid looks like a cylinder because 75 per cent of officers become joint secretaries and 40 per cent reach the level of additional secretary) and put the best people irrespective of age in the right positions Restoring the confidentiality of the process is critical to reinstating its honesty And establishing objectivity and trust is critical to restoring its effectiveness Second the new cabinet secretary must formalise lateral entry and political appointments Any effective organisation has to balance specialists with generalists as well as insiders with outsiders India’s policy problems are not insurmountable but many of them require specialist input that only lateral entry could provide This could be done by introducing a new point of entry at the joint secretary level; designating 25 per cent of the top jobs as posts that can be filled through direct political appointments which are coterminous with the government’s term (for instance 4500 people resign when a new American president takes over while in Delhi only 10 people do); and easing out civil servants who are not shortlisted to move up beyond a point (similar to the lieutenant colonel level cut-off in the army that avoids top-heaviness) Third the pay commission must be reimagined as a performance commission Pay commissions have never received the “accepted-in-totality” honour that finance commissions get because they end up being “compensation commissions” and mostly formulate implementation plans that lack political economy considerations The Seventh Pay Commission has a chance to make history by initiating a bold rupture with the past like the 14th Finance Commission had done The next cabinet secretary must work with the pay commission and the NITI Aayog to synthesise the useful recommendations of past administrative reform commissions into a plan that can help accelerate the changing of Delhi’s role in ruling India started by the 14th Finance Commission The 900 IAS officers who live in Delhi must be reduced to 500 Civil servants must be moved to a cost-to-government compensation structure through the monetisation of all benefits A mechanism that separates the compensation review for the bottom 90 per cent of civil servants must also be devised for the future Politicians and bureaucrats who are talented and ambitious are frustrated with the current system Chief ministers struggle with the paradox that political priorities like water school education labour and health are currently considered as painful postings by the permanent generalist civil service Bureaucrats — particularly the talented and idealistic ones — are tired of a system in which you get the top job only two years before retirement It is a system that does not distinguish between fraud incompetence and bad luck when things go wrong has no room for career-planning and often grants postings based on deafness and blindness rather than competence The most recent cabinet secretaries have never missed an opportunity to miss an opportunity The next one is being engaged at a time when we have made a new appointment for our tryst with destiny He must do his bit by boldly demolishing his cradle The government should start by vacating some space in the PMO The writer is chairman Teamlease Services editpage@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News download Indian Express App ?

Even Rahul knows this. even this will get crowded, a basement in Chattarpur and a single room in a three-storey structure in Patparganj’s Vinod Nagar.

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