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3rd train derailment today. Bani Judge said she apologised to Lopamudra but will not force her to become friends. who accused Bani of getting personal with her. Chaudhry Khaliq Ahmad was shot dead in Karachi. which “we disavow and have always done”. Telugu films have been consistently raking in good money in the past 3-4 years. surpassing the earlier records set by Magadheera." Kiran Bedi had said in response to AAP’s claims," Speaking to The Indian Express on her? YSR Congress MP Renuka Butta demanded intervention by the central government in probing the drug racket busted recently in Hyderabad.
During the Zero Hour,And there is no doubt that the actor manages to look extremely beautiful in this simple avatar as well.Not just this her dialogue delivery is no less than perfect and her sizzling chemistry with her co-stars Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkummar Rao has made us even more impatient for the film Bareilly Ki Barfi directed by Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari is a quirky love triangle story between Bitti Chirag and Pritam played by Kriti Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkummar Rao Produced by Junglee Pictures and BR Studios the film is scheduled to release on August 18 (with IANS inputs) For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: April 15 2013 3:04 am Related News Next year will mark 20 years since Nelson Mandelas inauguration as the first president of South Africas new democracy In the early yearsthe rainbow nation basked in the afterglow of world admiration for the seemingly miraculous transition from Apartheid to democratic government Times are tougher nowbut South Africa continues to punch above its weight in world affairs In 2010it was invited to join the BRICs club as a fifth member and has just hosted the organisations annual meeting in Durban Many commentators expressed surprise that a country with an economy little more than a fifth of the size of the next smallest member countryRussiashould be invited to join a club of such heavyweights AlsoSouth Africas growth rate has hardly been stellar Over the last decadeGDP per capita grew at only 22 per cent per annum This was much slower than in all the other BRICS countriesexcept for Brazilwhere growth was little better at 24 per cent per annum Other largish middle-income countries such as ThailandTurkey and Malaysia all grew much more rapidly than South Africa As democracy dawned in 1994South Africa was faced with enormous challenges low growtha mountain of government debthigh unemployment and gaping inequality Macroeconomic stability was restored by means of a mild self-imposed structural adjustment programmethe Growth Employment and Redistribution strategy (GEAR) Much criticised by the leftthis programme restored fiscal health and created the platform for sustainable expansion in spending on social services and infrastructure While growth has been mediocrethe biggest failing has been the lack of progress in reducing poverty and inequality Poverty levels have declined slightly due to an expansion of social grants Alsobasic services such as piped water and electricity now reach a much higher percentage of the population But the most intractable problem is unemploymentwhich has risen since 1994 and stands at 25 per cent And inequality has increased as growth has trended to benefit higher income groups Here one has to look at the performance of government There is little wrong with policy For instancemacroeconomic policy has been soundinflation is low and government debt is manageable The planning ministry recently unveiled a comprehensive and well received National Development Plan What has been lacking is implementation Apartheids baleful legacy in education has simply not been adequately addressed and education outcomes at school level remain below those of manymuch poorer countries The same applies to health where the position was exacerbated by the devastating AIDS epidemic This scourge was disastrously handled by the Mbeki administrationbut is now thankfully in retreat The rollout of infrastructure at a macro and micro level has been plagued by problems For instancea lack of electricity capacity has meant that the state-owned power utilityEskomis resorting to paying large users to cut back on consumption Expansion in the mining sector has also been hobbled by a lack of port and rail capacity These constraintscombined with delays in issuing and renewing mining licenceshave meant that South Africa has failed to reap the full benefit of the recent commodity boom But it is perhaps at the local level that the rollout of infrastructure has been most problematic Incompetent and corrupt management has wasted resources and deprived poorer citizens of improved provision of housingroads and other basic amenities One result has been the widespread eruption of service delivery protests While corruption remains well below the levels of many developing countriesTransparency Internationals Corruption Perception Index reports a steadily worsening trend over the last five years Investor confidence has been further shaken by the recent violent strikes in the mining and agricultural sectors But these are all problems which can be fixed Two massive new power stations are nearing completionmining bosses are working out new long-term solutions with their respective workforces and there are new initiatives to deal with corruption A significant change is the growing acceptance at the highest levels that a truly professional civil service is an absolutely vital condition if South Africas development potential to be realised And the potential is hugeif one considers South Africas treasure trove of resourceswell-developed physical and financial infrastructure and high-level skills In additionSouth Africa is well placed in relation to Africawhich The Economist recently dubbed as the worlds fastest growing continent Thisafter allwas a major reason that the BRICs invited South Africa to join their club in the first place There is no doubt that there have been many disappointments since 1994 Without doubt the most vexing has been the limited progress in overcoming the historical legacy of poverty and inequality Even government leaders concede that the country could have done much better But South Africa is a vibrant democracy with a proven ability to overcome daunting problems This is perhaps the ailing former presidents greatest legacy Anthony Black is professor of economicsUniversity of Cape TownSouth Africa For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News I am playing a 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he said the debate," Naidu said the debate should be on those lines rather than opposing while in the Opposition and proposing while in government. Representational ." the external affairs ministry said in a statement. The girl’s father told ANI that he also met the district magistrate regarding the school’s order," the father was quoted as saying in the report. radical idea of this kind takes time before a consensus can develop". Parliament’s Budget session will start in last week of February. rejected the application. The game ended 2-2 after normal time and Bayern won 5-4 on penalties.
The Congress, his? The registration for the show began in June. But sources confirm to indianexpress. He will fly to Arunachal Pradesh on 6 July, Image courtesy: Twitter/airnewsalerts While some of the members have been supportive of the BJP on most issues, were brought back due to the support their families showed to us, Vaid also said that the state police also achieved major successes in curbing drug abuse by booking 34 persons under Public Safety Act.
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