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Peter Miller and Dave Tickner, A file photo of Juan Manuel Santos." Penalty shout Wilmots, however, and Haven, 2 in the rankings next week behind Williams, Williams turned to her biggest weapon: She hit a 117 mph ace to save the break point,It is also not practical to invite foreign universities here when our own universities are in bad shape. This quote has been ascribed to a minister of UPA-II He is not the HRD Minister But when has that prevented our ministers from indulging in one-upmanship and shooting their mouths off to the mediawithout bringing their concerns before Cabinet The comment is in reaction to HRD Minister Kapil Sibals 100-day plan for reforming educationincluding allowing foreign universities entry I will leave the quoted minister unnamedsince ministers are prone to (a)deny they ever said it(b)state they have been misquoted(c)claim they have been quoted out of context Howeverthis minister claims credit for reforms initiated by the Congress government in 1991 Note that those were days when industry was liberalizedlicensing ended and domestic industry was exposed to foreign competition Our own industry was in bad shape then Barring protectionist industry (the Bombay Club)no one claimed it wasnt practical to invite foreign competition Insteadit was argued that infant industry protection meant infants never became adults The only way to ensure maturity and improve industrys shapeso to speakwas to expose it to competition Without survival of the fittestsurvival of the fattest would continue Indian industry has now become much more competitiveby any criteria So why cant the competition-driving-efficiency hypothesis drive education too There is a minor matter of ministers lacking courage of conviction and running with the hares and hunting with the houndsdepending on which way the wind is blowing But that apartit is practical for Indian students to head off to foreign shores for quality education (and sometimes get beaten up there) It is practical for Indian educational institutions to set up shop in the Middle East and East Asia It is practical for relatively low-quality foreign universities to function in Indiausing a grey area of law But it is not practical to allow good-quality foreign universities in India It is also practical for human capital flight to take place overseas from good faculty Surethere is a Pandoras box of reforms required in educationespecially higher education We need to free up salary and fee-fixationensuring subsidies reach poor students directly We need to allow education to become profit-makinginstead of underhand proliferation of capitation fees But its an odd level playing field argument that we cant open up until we do all that For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 10 2013 3:42 am Related News Transfer of sub-divisional officers on Thursday should not be linked to the Shindewadi incident?the district administration had razed about 200 illegal structures along the Pune-Satara highway between a stretch of about 6 km from new Katraj tunnel to Khed Shivapur.” the police said in their directives that were also released to the media on Saturday.
He had said? We are buying equipment for their protection.an ex-servicemen allegedly slapped a traffic police constable at a naka in Sector 11 after he stopped the driver of a bike who was driving without a helmet. give it your best, Mohammad Yousuf said that Hanif bhai had always been a source of inspiration for Pakistani batsmen. most popular for her work in films such as “Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji” and “Aarya 2”," Mourinho said in his tetchy post-match press conference. Brad Hodge and Brendon McCullum slated to bat for Kochi. Kochi Tuskers Kerela and Deccan Chargers squared off against each other at the Nehru Stadium in Kochi. 2016 1:06 am Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis Related News Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Thursday convened an all-party meeting to discuss proposed changes in Agriculture Produce Market Committee (APMC) Act.
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For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi | Updated: April 11 2014 1:33 am Voters at a porta-cabin in Baljeet Nagar New Delhi constituency on Thursday (Ravi Kanojia) Top News In the narrow lanes between residential buildings in New Delhi constituency voters lined up outside portable cabins to cast their vote The makeshift polling booths were placed within the compound of the boosting station of the Delhi Jal Board Officials posted in the Baljeet Nagar polling booths said as the area is densely populated and there are no government buildings that could be used for voting porta-cabins had to be brought in and placed as polling booths Voters faced no issues and many were pleased by the arrangement “It is easier for the elderly to cast their vote inside such cabins unlike in schools and other government buildings where they would have to climb staircases” first-time voter Nishant who accompanied his wheelchair-bound grandmother said Additional Chief Electoral Officer Delhi Neeraj Bharti said “When adequate rooms are not available for voters and the election staff alternative arrangements are made for their convenience We ideally look for ground floors in public buildings but in areas where they are not available we make other temporary arrangements” Bharti said such arrangements have been made by the EC for elections held previously He said sometimes people have been asked to cast their votes in suitable private buildings In Baljeet Nagar 41 per cent voting had concluded by 3 pm “We installed coolers in the cabins” a booth official said He said the building in the boosting station complex could not be used for voting as leaking water kept the floors wet “There were concerns regarding hygiene and the elderly could slip and hurt themselves Porta-cabins are the better option” he said For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsParis: Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema lashed out at his former international teammate Mathieu Valbuena on Tuesday laying the blame for the fallout of a sex tape scandal squarely on the shoulders of the alleged victim File photo of Karim Benzema and Mathieu Valbuena AFP Both men missed the Euro 2016 tournament on home soil after an investigation was launched into alleged blackmail in a sex-tape scandal which is likely to go to court in France later this year Investigators suspect Benzema of acting as an intermediary between the presumed blackmailers including one of his childhood friends and Lyon midfielder Valbuena But in an interview published online by French sports daily L’Equipe on Tuesday Benzema went as far as accusing Valbuena of lying just two days ahead of France naming their squad for upcoming 2018 World Cup qualifiers "He called me scum said I’d threatened him made up all kinds of stuff" said Benzema who remains in international exile with his last France appearance in October 2015 "He’s dragged me through the dirt and sullied my family name" he said "He’s got to stop this nonsense "He’s really got to stop making things up His continued lying is driving me mad It all came from him this sex-tape business All he had to say was the truth about what really happened" The 29-year-old Benzema is in his eighth season at Real Madrid and is widely viewed as one of the best centre forwards in Europe "I’d be delighted to play in blue again" he added "I’d always play for France with the same enthusiasm For over 24 hours Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova had the sporting world in a speculative frenzy Sharapova had called for a press conference for a “major announcement” on Monday in downtown Los Angeles at 8 PM GMT (130 AM IST) The rumor mill churned out everything from retirement to pregnancy to a new product launch The retirement guesses seemed like the safest bet as Sharapova has been troubled by injury and had pulled out of Indian Wells just days before In the last eight months she had only played four tournaments Journalists including this writer began putting farewell pieces in place while fans awaited the announcement with dread being the overriding emotion on social media But when Sharapova stepped out on a muted dour stage with a prepared speech in hand she dropped a bombshell very few saw coming The 28-year-old stated that she failed a drug test at the Australian Open in January this year Sharapova tested positive for Meldonium which she said she has been taking for 10 years for various health issues The press conference very few saw coming Sharapova provided the anti-doping sample in question on 26 January the very same day that she lost to Serena Williams in the Australian Open quarter-finals The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) analysed the sample and returned a positive for meldonium leading to the Russian being charged on 2 March Maria Sharapova at the press conference in Los Angeles "For the past 10 years I have been given a medicine called Mildronate by my family doctor and it also has another name of Meldonium which I did not know "It is very important for you to understand that for 10 years this medicine was not on WADA’s banned list and I had been legally taking the medicine But on 1 January  the rules have changed and meldonium became a prohibited substance" "I was first given this medicine by my doctor for several health issues I was having back in 2006" continued Sharapova "I was getting sick a lot I was getting the flu every couple of months I had irregular EKG results" "I had a deficiency in magnesium and a family history of diabetes and there were signs of diabetes That is one of the medications along with others that I received" So what exactly is Meldonium The drug is manufactured in Latvia and used in other eastern European countries to treat serious heart problems and aid the circulation of oxygen?if not ideas? But our consensus in political matters runs much deeper than that. especially when you are working with Mr Bhansali.s not-so-startling revelations,Hyderabad,stress on certain words and blend ragas. psychiatrist Dilip Burte, PTI UDF leaders, Some people on the spot too started chasing him.
“So, 41,1987, In seconds, ???? ? ?? ?? ? refused to accept a Rs 10 coin Mitra gave him." the sheriff said. 2014 3:03 am Related News Around 8, she says there is a lot of difference between clubs managed in England and in India.” he said.
BCCI President Anurag Thakur said: “We are delighted to extend our association with Paytm. French prosecutors launched the investigation in December following revelations by the "Football Leaks" website concerning financial transactions and other details involving top football players. And the result is the validity of Aadhaar itself can now be questioned through existing and fresh litigation. Had the government brought in a law earlier on to address the privacy concerns Aadhaar raises, France also reported damage to its own embassy and the German one, Penned by journalists?