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great locations, For all the latest Entertainment News, Ky. on Monday "I’ll tell you this I’m not going to give up on Kentucky in November I want to help to bring back the kind of economy that worked for everybody in the 1990s" Nearing the end of a long primary slog the two Democratic candidates are preparing for 7 June primaries in California New Jersey and four other states and then the District of Columbia primary on 14 June When pledged delegates and superdelegates are combined Clinton is now about 95 percent of the way toward securing the Democratic nomination By: Express News Service | Published: March 22 2016 12:01 am President Barack Obama (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) Related News Presidents Barack Obama and Raul Castro have undone the “nothing doing” of almost six decades notwithstanding critics and sceptics on either side including Republican Congressmen in the US and the Cuban revolution’s elder statesman Fidel Castro The US president’s historic visit to Cuba is the first in 88 years by an occupant of the White House; it’s certainly the first since the revolution of 1959 and the freezing of ties from the early 1960s Obama may travel only along freshly un-potholed roads and past monuments given a fresh coat of paint but in a Havana where timezones appear to overlap the imprint of his trip will be deep Unsurprisingly the young are more enthusiastic about Obama’s visit While the older generation may feel a sense of unease at the pace of change younger Cubans can’t wait for the opportunities a full reset of ties could bring Those opportunities can’t come without US investment and a boost to Cuba’s own fledgling and tiny private sector cautiously encouraged by Raul Castro since he assumed office in 2008 His imperative was a dying economy — starved of funds by the US embargo and the fall of the Soviet Union and paralysed by central planning and the prohibition of commercial enterprise The average Cuban income is still $20 a month and the economy is far behind the rest of Latin America Obama’s visit doesn’t put the “final nail in the coffin of the last legacy of the Cold War” The topmost hurdle is the embargo which the US Congress will not lift till Cuba improves its human rights record especially with regard to jailed dissidents while Havana insists on the return of Guantanamo Bay So far Washington has been more flexible It’s time Havana began reciprocating It can begin by opening up the internet and media over which the regime still holds a monopoly For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Pradeep Kaushal | New Delhi | Updated: August 13 2016 2:51 pm A lady security personal walks in rain at Parliament house during the monsoon session in New Delhi (PTI Photo by Vijay Verma) Top News “It was a glorious session” an elated Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar exclaimed as the MonsoonSession of Parliament came to a close today Kumar new to the job had reason to smile for the session saw the passage of the contentious Constitution (122nd Amendment) (Goods and Services Tax) Bill besides 13 bills by both Houses Separately the Lok Sabha count of the bills passed during the session was 15 and the Rajya Sabha 14 “It is a historic tax reform of the century” said Kumar who otherwise has a reputation for being very reticent “We have to take it (GST Bill) forward” he said adding that “Assam has already taken the lead” by ratifying the Constitutional Amendment “The beginning has been made from Ishan (the corner between north and east which is considered very auspicious )” he said The latest session according to Kumar “was very susccessful in recent years” To support it he stated that the productivity – utilisation of the time alloted by business advisory committees (BACs) – had been 11084 per cent in the case of the Lok Sabha and 9954 per cent in the case of the Rajya Sabha The session commenced on July 18 and had a total of 20 sittings spanning 26 days The Lok Sabha sat for 121 hours and the Rajya Sabha for 112 hours The 13 bills passed by both Houses were The Regional Centre for Biotechnology Bill 2016 The Compensatory Afforestation Fund Bill 2016 The Indian Medical Council (Amendment) Bill 2016 The Dentists (Amendment) Bill 2016 The Indian Trust (Amendment) Bill 2016 The national Institutes of Technology Science Education and Research (Amendment) Bill 2016 The Instituites of Technology (Amendment) Bill 2016 The Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Amendment Bill 2016 The Lokpal and Lokayuktas (Amendment) Bill 2016 The Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Bill 2016 The Constitution (122nd Amendment) Bill 2016 and The Enforcement of Security interest and Recovery of Debt Laws and Miscellaneous Provisions (Amendment) Bill 2016 Prime Minister Narendra Modi Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Union Ministers during the voting on the GST Bill in the Lok Sabha during its Monsoon session in New Delhi (Source: PTI Photo / TV GRAB) Two other bills The Taxation Laws (Amendment) Bill 2016 and The Appropriation (no 3) Bill passed by the Lok Sabha and transmitted to the Rajya Sabha for its recommendation are not likely to be returned to the Lower House within 14 days Therefore they will be deemed to have been passed under Article 109 of the Constitution The highlight of the session was what Chairman Hamid Ansari described as “an animated debate” preceding the passage of the Constitution (122nd Amendment) Bill which would facilitate the introduction of a new indirect tax regime The Lok Sabha later put its seal on the amendments made by the Upper House In the Lok Sabha of the 400 starred questions listed 99 were answered orally Written replies to the remaining starred questions along with 4600 unstarred questions were laid on the Table In the Rajya Sabha 300 starred questions were raised and answers to 3101 unstarred questions were laid on the table Kumar said at least one discussion was held every week Both Houses discussed the recent violence in Kashmir valley atrocities on Dalits and price-rise The Lok Sabha held discussions on the “Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana (PMGSY)” and price rise and Sustainable Development Goals The Rajya Sabha also took up discussions on the status of implementation of the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act 2014 and the role of Governors in the light of developments that took place in Uttarakhand Arunachal Pradeshand the Draft National Education Policy The Lok Sabha took up two Calling Attention motions – one with regard to the construction of barrage projects over river Mahanadi by Chhattisgarh and thereby impacting flow of water into Hirakud dam in Odisha and two on the spread of Encephalitis in Eastern Uttar Pradesh An important development in the Lower House was the decision of Speaker Sumitra Mahajan to constitute a nine-member inquiry committee to go into the conduct of AAP member Bhagwant Mann following videography of the Parliament security system by him Both Houses resolved to refer The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016 to a Joint Select Committee While 59 elected re-elected and nominated members came in to the Rajya Sabha BJP member Navjot Singh Sidhu a Presidential nominee resigned For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: August 11 2015 12:00 am Not many in England genuinely believed in the team — even captain Alastair Cook admitted that he didn’t think his team could regain the Ashes (Source: AP) Related News The surprising ease of England’s triumph in the Ashes with one Test still to go tells two stories: that of Australia’s ageing team exemplified by the retirement of the team’s captain Michael Clarke; and of the rise of a young England reflected in the fading away of the memory of Kevin Pietersen Not many in England genuinely believed in the team — even captain Alastair Cook admitted that he didn’t think his team could regain the Ashes The decision of the new director of cricket Andrew Strauss to close the door on Pietersen was lambasted in the press and on social media but many have been pleasantly surprised by the tenacity and skill of the young inexperienced team That Joe Root starred with a couple of tons came as no surprise but the progress of Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow the powerful comeback of Steven Finn as well as the consistency of Moeen Ali and Mark Wood helped experienced players like Ian Bell overcome mini-crises Seniors like James Anderson and Stuart Broad sparkled When there was immense pressure on England in the third Test after the disastrous one-sided loss in the second Finn decimated Australia with a fiery five-wicket haul As England racked up the wins Pietersen retreated into the past Meanwhile Australia were sliding towards their own personal hell The biggest blow came just before the series when bowler Ryan Harris’s fragile body forced him into retirement The posterboy for old-school Australian aggression Brad Haddin was replaced mid-series; Shane Watson continued his inexorable slide; Mitchell Johnson was largely ineffective; and Mitchell Starc couldn’t carry this feeble team on his own Importantly unlike England the younger players didn’t come of age in time — their iffy batting techniques were exposed by the conditions and even the likes of David Warner couldn’t quite beat the odds It would be churlish to put down England’s achievement to Australia’s batting problems but its contribution to the ease of the English victory has to be registered While Australia waits for its youth to grow up England is celebrating its young men For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: April 7 2017 1:53 am The Report has no substance in it and selective leaks from the report are being used to malign AAP” a statement issued by the party said (Representational photo) Top News Questioning the timing of the Shunglu Committee report the Aam Aadmi Party Thursday said that the BJP is staring at defeat in the upcoming municipal polls and is resorting to mud-slinging “When the Shunglu Committee was formed to probe the AAP government why has the BJP not formed any panel to look into financial irregularities in the MCDs over the last 20 years” said AAP’s Delhi unit convener Dilip Pandey “The Shunglu Committee Report has resurfaced while the MCD polls are due on April 23 The Committee appointed by former L-G Najeeb Jung had launched a witch hunt against the AAP last year investigating over 400 of the most crucial files of the Delhi Government paralysing the Government’s functioning… The Report has no substance in it and selective leaks from the report are being used to malign AAP” a statement issued by the party said “There is a clear link between the upcoming MCD election and the leaks AAP is confident that there has been no wrongdoing and the AAP Government has provided honest administration to the 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