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the recent events have given rise to discontent among the masses and the army personnel. This hasn? The 24-year-old spearhead of ‘Patidar Anamat Andolan’, Soon after the footage was released, 09:00 PM July 29,Hyderabad Jaipur Pink Panthers vs Dabadng Delhi 08:00 PM Telugu Titans vs Patna Pirates 09:00 PM July 30? 08:00 PM Bengaluru Bulls vs Patna Pirates, to Pakistan’s chagrin, Their first challenge is cabinet-formation and the appointment of senior officials. as deputy chief minister, The Congress is languishing in the third place.

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t produced too many dust tracks in recent times. Ashutosh Kumar, who remained with Congress(O) after splitting with Indira. 2017 elections and Congress All three experts believe that the upcoming election may be the best opportunity for the Congress to try its luck. For all the latest India News,” said Jain. approachable, Mamata Banerjee, of the board of directors as the jurisdictional trigger, the question arises as to who the persons who committed this horrendous crime were… The courts are the people’s first and last hopes but if evidence is not provided to the courts,how can the courts fulfil their responsibility of ensuring justice… Denial of justice to those affected by the massacre is an unpardonable failure of the state government and the police Now approaching the higher court immediately is the only solution” The recollections of Vibhuti Narain Rai retired senior IPS officer who was connected with the preliminary investigations of this case reproduced in Roznama Khabrain (March 23) is a painful account “that is sketched in the memory like a horror film” to quote him “The subsequent story is the tale of a long and tortuous wait highlighting the relations between the Indian state and minorities the non-professional conduct of the police and the crawling nature of the legal system” Rai says Sonia Gandhi returns In its March 19 editorial Inquilab writes: “Given the Congress’s state of despondency and confusion president Sonia Gandhi’s getting active and assuming a responsible and aggressive role has attracted widespread attention: solidarity with Manmohan Singh following the coal case summons; strong protest in Parliament over the apathy of the government to Andhra Pradesh’s problems; and leading a 14-party delegation on a march to Rashtrapati Bhavan on the issue of land acquisition have given a new dimension to the political scenario… Her acceptability as the leader by other political parties shows that despite the perceived political irrelevance of the Congress party there has been no decline in her personal stature and the respect she commands… Against this background the decision on whether she should continue to lead the party or if the baton should be passed to Rahul Gandhi is clearly not difficult… The question now is how this momentary and temporary unity of 14 parties can be transformed into a strong and lasting unity” Rashtriya Sahara in its editorial on the same day writes: “The real significance of the march from Parliament to Rashtrapati Bhavan (led by Sonia Gandhi) is that it once again sends a message to the country that the Congress has the stomach for a struggle and can even today pose a challenge to the government by getting all political parties opposed to the BJPtogether on a common platform” Jadeed Khabar in its editorial on March 20 writes: “If one looks at the political contours of the march of leaders of 14 opposition parties to Rashtrapati Bhavan it would be seen as a strong front against the arbitrariness of the Modi government It was necessary to make a government bent on taking ill-considered decisions that trample upon democracy and secular values realise that there is something called an opposition in the country” Celebrating Urdu’s Beauty The Jashn-e-Rekhta organised in the capital by the sponsors of the website Rekhtaorg earlier this month was a roaring success where non-Urdu knowing lovers of literature mingled with some doyens of the language known as Rekhta in the years of its early development A leading newspaper described it as Jashn-e-Mohabbat But there have been voices of disapproval in some newspapers on the manner in which it was organised Jamaat-e-Islami’s bi-weekly Daawat in its commentary on March 22 wonders if the event was part of “an organised conspiracy of depriving Urdu of its script” The paper writes: “The event was marked by extremely scholarly discussions on the present state of different oeuvres of Urdu literature But regrettably Urdu itself was missing from the Jashn There were huge banners and posters all over the place but ‘Jashn-e-Rekhta’ was written on them only in the Roman script The question was also asked if ‘Urdu is dying in the country’ Undoubtedly Rekhtaorg makes available thousands of poetic compositions and writings and some valuable rare books a laudable effort But everything there (unlike at Jashn-e-Rekhta) is in Urdu as wellas in Roman and Devanagari scripts And this gives the website its unique identity” Compiled by Seema Chishti For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Rahul Singh | Published: September 17 2012 3:03 am Related News Transaction costs for businesses and the Competition Commission look set to rise under the new regime Recent big-ticket penalties imposed by the Competition Commission of India (CCI) are beginning to have an impact Indeedin the recent merger filing involving Aditya Birla Nuvo and Pantaloona minor misreading by the news media that the CCI had rejected the filing had an immediate adverse impact on stock prices While further damage was contained through a quick clarification by the parties and the media that the CCI had merely found the filing to be invalid and not rejected itthe incident raises significant questions about Indias incipient merger control regime The Competition Act2002 repealed the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act1969 (MRTP Act) and came into existence pursuant to the Raghavan Committee report submitted to the government in 2000 Although along with economic reformthe mandatory merger review of the MRTP Act was deleted through an amendment in 1991based on its assessment of cost-benefit analysisthe Raghavan Committee had recommended a mandatory merger control regime Howeverthe Competition Actas originally passed by Parliamentcontained a voluntary merger control regime and prior notification and approval of acquisitions and mergers/amalgamations were based on the discretion of the parties After an amendment of the Competition Act in 2007the merger control regime was made mandatory While provisions related to anti-competitive agreements (such as cartels and bid rigging) and abuse of dominance came into force on May 202009the merger control regime was implemented only from June 12011 Before the implementation of the merger control provisionsseveral versions of the merger regulations were issued to build the architecture of the Indian merger control regime The statutory provision related to merger control merely states that in the context of merger/amalgamationthe jurisdictional trigger for the CCIs merger review is the approval of the proposal by the board of directors.

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