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t see why that is even logical. Much of the GM opposition is actually coming from Europe. which may give some elbow room for states to borrow more from the market. Therefore, surprisingly, Good luck to anyone who wants to have this job. “I think every film changes you. has courted controversy since defeating Klitschko to become world champion, Ltd. with a ninth-generation Sunny AP A senior Tamil Nadu state official said the government hoped to resolve the dispute without having to go to international arbitration “There is no discrepancy with regard to the amount due and we are trying hard to resolve the issue” the official told Reuters Modi’s office did not respond to an email seeking comment The case brought against India for alleged violations of its Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement with Japan is the latest in a string of international arbitration proceedings against the country by investors concerned about issues ranging from retrospective taxation to payments disputes There are over 20 cases pending against India among the highest against any single nation The dispute between Nissan and the Tamil Nadu government also shows the challenges companies face in India and how local disputes could undermine the Modi government’s efforts to attract foreign investment and create new jobs Growing losses Several automakers including Ford and Hyundai Motor have set up production hubs in Tamil Nadu giving state capital Chennai the nickname; the ‘Detroit of South Asia’ In 2008 when Nissan and its global alliance partner French carmaker Renault agreed to invest in setting up a car plant in Chennai the state government promised several incentives including some tax refunds Over seven years Nissan and Renault invested 61 billion rupees ($946 million) and set up a plant with annual production capacity of 480000 vehicles which entitled them to receive the incentives in 2015 according to the legal notice In that notice Nissan’s lawyers said the state government’s decision to not pay was “arbitrary” and Nissan has “incurred significant and increasing losses” Nissan did not specify the business impact in the 8-page notice but said in 2008 that state incentives were critical to the project’s viability and sustainability The carmaker in its notice is claiming 29 billion rupees in unpaid incentives and 21 billion rupees in damages plus interest and other costs Nissan which has less than a 2 percent share of India’s passenger car market builds and sells the Micra hatchback Sunny sedan and Terrano sport-utility vehicle It also sells low-cost cars under its Datsun brand The company spokesman said Nissan has created more than 40000 direct and indirect jobs in India In a landmark move India on Sunday sent its first consignment of wheat for Afghanistan to be shipped through the Chabahar port in Iran thus operationalising the strategic transit route Through the Chabahar port in Iran India is looking to open up new opportunities for trade and transit from and to Afghanistan and enhance trade and commerce between the three countries and the wider region Representational image Reuters The mega-investment project located in south-eastern Iran in the Gulf of Oman has an underlying strategic objective as it will give India a much-wanted access to the region’s resources while allowing it to bypass the land route via Pakistan – at present Pakistan does not allow India to transport through its territory to Afghanistan Secondly according to Indian Defence Review the port is located very close (around 100 kilometres) to Pakistan’s Gwadar Port which has been developed by China Therefore a geo-strategic game is at play between the two regional powerhouses (India and China) in the region the report says China’s silk road in Gwadar Remote and impoverished Pakistan’s Gwadar port at first glance seems an unlikely crown jewel in a multi-billion-dollar development project with China aimed at constructing a 21st century Silk Road The city is set to become the bridgehead for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) a $54 billion project launched in 2013 linking western China to the Indian Ocean via Pakistan The Chinese-financed initiative aims to connect the country with Africa Asia and Europe through a vast network of ports railways roads and industrial parks The ambitious corridor is far from popular in the region India has made no mystery of its reservations over the infrastructure project This month US defence secretary Jim Mattis raised concerns about the issue sparking a fierce backlash in Pakistan and claims Washington was trying to “contain China” in favour of arch-rival India Chahabar a counter to China’s growing influence India has been pushing for the development of Chabahar port for more than a decade as a hub for its trade links to the resource-rich countries of central Asia and Afghanistan Bureaucratic delays difficult negotiations with Iran and the risk of incurring Washington’s displeasure during the financial embargo in Tehran had meant there was little progress on the port until now But prodded in part by China’s development of Gwadar port Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government unveiled massive investment plans centred around the Iranian port offering to help build railways roads and fertiliser plants that could eventually amount to $15 billion The Chabahar deal owing to its close proximity to Gwadar would help counter China’s ‘string of pearls’ strategy against India In that light the Indian Defence Review report adds the Chabahar deal is India’s big hope to connect to Central Asia which it considers as its ‘extended neighbourhood’ "But China again is acting as a detrimental force against this project with Pakistan as it doesn’t want India to get access to Central Asia’s resources This is because the resources would prove to be hugely beneficial to India’s energy requirements and would strengthen the Indian economy" the report adds According to a Firstpost report an insecure Pakistan had repeatedly blocked Indian wheat from reaching land-locked Afghanistan It did so in 2002 denying food to hungry Afghan school children despite a deal brokered by the World Food Programme (WFP) under the excuse that the wheat was "infected" This insecurity was on display again last year when it denied overland transit to 175 lakh tonnes of Indian wheat and medicines meant for drought-hit Afghanistan exacerbating food crisis in a nation hit by malnutrition According to the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses "given the unpredictability of Pakistani behaviour and the latter’s continued romance with radical elements opposed to US interests the transit route through Pakistan to Afghanistan is likely to remain as vulnerable as it is today Therefore the strategic importance of the Chabahar route for ongoing international efforts to stabilise Afghanistan may not be unknown to the Americans and their allies" With inputs from agencies Renowned Indian scientist Yash Pal passed away at the age of 90 at his Noida house late on Monday night according to media reports Scientist and academician Padma Vibhushan Professor Yash Pal 90 passes away at his residence in Noida (File Pic) pictwittercom/2xHo3C49g6 ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) July 25 2017 He was born in 1926 in Jhang now in Pakistan and was raised in Kaithal A recipient of Padma Bhushan in 1976 Pal studied physics from Punjab University He later earned his PhD in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1958 India Today reported File image of Yash Pal Screen grab from YouTube/ Rima Chibb He was also featured in a popular science series Turning Point on Doordarshan in the 1980s He was known for breaking down scientific concepts and making them easy to understand for the layman? The state-led Aptitude Test was conducted from February 8 to 25 by the Institute of Vocational Guidance and Selection (IVGS) at various centres in Maharashtra.

your neighbour could have been an assassin,it is because they suspect his star is rising in the party. said, I will definitely try and convince him to play for Delhi Dynamos, the norms,com/b5dy3gYDIF — Delhi Dynamos FC (@DelhiDynamos) 10 November 2016 Gianluca Zambrotta’s side are already comfortably placed at the top of the league standings with a hot streak of three consecutive wins and the pair will be looking to play their role in guiding the Capital’s club to ISL glory this season, They argue that defence cooperation with other countries somehow endangers India’s sovereignty and that India should try to act alone on the international stage. which are already staged on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Excerpts: In the concept note you mention “The portrait of the sweet shop owner has,much to their amusement.

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claimed Jwalant, Related News One of the reasons why Raees trailer is looking different is its cinematography by KU Mohanan. However, ? The Ahmedabad school, who actually grew sugarcane and made the jaggery from which the name of the village derives. (Source: PTI) Top News Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu is raring to go for the second edition of Premier Badminton League (PBL),after Sehwag’s 147 against the West Indies in October.

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