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they would have to surrender the funds at the end of fiscal 2011-12.if not other subjects, Recently he launched a programme,DReflect for underprivileged students He holds sessions in Colaba Municipal School and Bharat High School in Diva Two batches of 40 students each are learning maths his way and the modules are based on games like kabaddi and gilli danda Funding has been coming in through donations from friends and familyBathijia said For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIslamabad: Pakistan’s Senate has recommended scrapping of the 5000 rupees (Rs 32566512) banknote despite government opposition and warnings that removal of the country’s highest denomination bill could destabilise the economy A resolution which is not binding called for the government to remove the banknote to "reduce illicit money flow encourage the use of bank accounts and reduce the size of the undocumented economy" Pakistan Senate has proposed to ban its Rs 5000 note Reuters The resolution passed on Monday comes less than two months after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi surprisingly scrapped his country’s two biggest currency bills — the Rs 1000 ($15) and Rs 500 notes — in a move that led to acute currency shortages and threatens to slow India’s short-term economic growth Senator Osman Saifullah Khan who proposed the motion wants the banknote to be scrapped over a three- to five-year period domestic media saidPakistan has a huge informal economy and transactions are often handled in cash partly because much of the population is not part of formal sectors The government also offers frequent tax amnesties to encourage people with hidden wealth to declare their assets hoping to expand Pakistan’s extremely narrow tax base Pakistan has a huge informal economy and transactions are often handled in cash partly because much of the population is not part of formal sectors The government also offers frequent tax amnesties to encourage people with hidden wealth to declare their assets hoping to expand Pakistan’s extremely narrow tax base Successive governments have struggled to boost Pakistan’s persistently low tax-to-GDP ratio which now stands at about 10 percent Zahid Hamid law and justice minister told the Senate that the government opposes the motion as the 5000 rupee note accounts for almost one-third of the 33 trillion rupees of notes in circulation He said withdrawing the note would hamper business activities hurt the government policy of financial inclusion and cause "chaos in the market" local media reported Modi’s experiment to scrap about 86 percent of India’s currency by value has drawn sharp criticism from many inside the country where it led to huge queues outside banks and cash shortages that have disrupted business He has touted his war against "black money" as a vital reform to boost state coffers and help the government battle tax evasion and corruption “I need to pay bills I need to buy groceries” Even though the South African team won the New Year Test against Sri Lanka at Cape Town quite comfortably all was not well in the Proteas camp The afterglow of the victory had been eclipsed by the story that had broken a couple of days earlier Kyle Abbott South Africa’s nearly man for four years had decided enough was enough He had picked county cricket over national duty in order to stock up his refrigerator Kyle Abbott signed a five-year Kolpak deal with Hampshire Getty Images The player had done the math; there was no way he was going to get selected ahead of Dale Steyn Vernon Philander and Morne Morkel He had only made it to the teamas Steyn had a fracture The blossoming of Kagiso Rabada into a big strapping exciting tearaway must have been the proverbial last straw that broke the camel’s back Besides the dark clouds of an alleged quota system in selection had loomed large on the horizon on that fateful 2015 World Cup semifinal game against New Zealand With all this going on he knew that he would once again be consigned to being a bridesmaid any time three of them were fit leave alone four A man who had averaged 2271 with the ball in eleven tests spread over four years retired from national duty Several Indians must have read the news that day with expressions of envy at South Africa’s first world problems While the rest of the world is trying to wrap their head around the various nuances of the Kolpak deal and its ramifications for South African cricket it is worth examining the fundamental reason why something like this happened Yes the depreciating South African Rand was a major factor The quota system was another No there was no effigy burning for his supposed dereliction of national duty When asked about his motives for leaving the squad he asked the reporters if someone would buy them groceries for the next ten years That word groceries again South Africa must have felt like the hapless “good boy” who bought groceries while staying in a hostel—having invested in nurtured Kyle Abbott for so long—only for an irksome roommate to swoop in on the finished product Abbott is not the first cricketer (and certainly won’t be the last) to make this choice Two years ago in the World cup Zimbabwe’s Brendan Taylor scored a magnificent century against India in his last game for Zimbabwe He too chose the Kolpak route opting for a life of (relative) financial security It must be remembered that these two are from teams with some history of playing the game What can we make of the smaller teams Further down the road and firmly in uncertain territory the Associates are particularly susceptible The ICC might have some glib phrases about providing a world class environment and targetted support to its members in its mission statement; but its actions of cutting down the playing field of the ODI world cup has revealed its true intentions While the Fifa has agreed to expand its flagship tournament to 48 teams recently cricket has made its marquee event more exclusive by limiting it to 10 Understandably the Associate teams are the worst hit by ICC’s step-motherly treatment The Dutch captain Peter Borren made a fervent plea to the rain gods via twitter as his team’s first match was rain-affected in the 2016 World T20 When that match—which was 10 percent of their 2016 match count—too was rained out and Netherlands were out of the tournament in farcical circumstances he made a plea for more cricket Similarly Preston Mommsen the Scottish captain rued the lack of opportunities and exposure against the top teams Having played only one match in over a year following the pity mandatory matches of the 2015 World cup he regretted the lack of opportunities to better his skills and progress in his game in the international arena Fast forward to eight months later he retired at the age of 29 The unforgiving brutal win-at-all-costs world of Associate cricket had consumed its most charismatic vocal advocate While it may be convenient to blame everyone’s favourite bogeyman—the BCCI—for the institutional malaise the earlier superpowers didn’t exactly cover themselves in glory either; case in point being when England sent in their touring delegation to India in 1964 stars such as Fred Trueman Brian Statham Ray Illingworth Ted Dexter and Tom Graveney gave the series a miss—this was for a team which had a test history of 32 years Denied of the vital oxygen of fixtures at their infancy can an associate team hope to compete Or exist Should cricket move on then like Kyle Abbott to a club-based structure Cricket is one of the last few bastions of organized sport where the top level of the game is an international contest Sure the structure might bring in new partisan fans; it can bring in governmental funding for creating sporting infrastructure But can it accommodate two fantastic wicket-keepers in the team Can it nurture a player on the margins of the game and improve his/her skills by providing a hierarchical structure and commensurate competitive and financial incentives at each stage Simply put the existing nation-based cricketing structure presents no opportunity for an underdog to easily progress in the game to a higher level The solution to this quandary would involve pivoting the highest form of the game to a club-based structure A club-based structure for three-format cricket would find a place for multiple talented wicket-keepers from the same nations; talented players from the outposts would also find a way to improve their game by playing against good players rather than unrealistically hope for a critical mass of good players to magically appear in their nation The benefits of playing regularly against standard opposition is there for everyone to see: West Indies having played only eight matches (only ahead of PNG) between the 2014 and 2016 T20 World cup ended up winning the tournament last year Where did they draw their experience from West Indies players being in demand from various professional T20 leagues around the world Perhaps cricket can draw its inspiration from how the Belgium football team rose to World number onejust 14 years after not qualifying for the knock-out rounds in World Cup 1998 and Euro 2000 A team with only 34 clubs over two divisions had managed to reach the summit by revamping their junior structure and more importantly getting valuable exposure across the top leagues of Europe In a world where the Uefa Champions league boasts of the best football and the Grand slam is valued higher than the Davis Cup cricket should soon look to follow suit PaajivsPunter is an anonymous collaborative blog They seek to write original well-researched and thought-provoking articles So far they’ve written opinion pieces commentary perspectives satire analytical features and long-form narratives on cricket By: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: January 11 2017 2:52 am Top News The Thane Police Crime Branch have arrested one more person in connection with robbery of 28 kg of gold worth over Rs 7 crore from Manappuram Gold a gold loan firm in Ulhasnagar Thane on December 26 taking the number of arrested to four In a brazen heist the accused had drilled a hole in the wall of the premises and broken into the vault to rob the gold Watch What Else is Making News Crime Branch officials had initially arrested three accused in connection with the case on December 30 After further investigation they apprehended the fourth accused on Tuesday Ulhasnagar Police had transferred the case to Unit 4 of the Crime Branch Through their sources they got to know that the accused would come to Turbhe a Navi Mumbai suburb The Crime Branch laid a trap and arrested Akhtar Samsher Sheikh (44) Kamarruddin Sheikh (28) and Manoj Nurbahadur Saoud (35) on December 30 Interrogation of the three accused led to the arrest of the fourth accused Crime Branch recovered around 28 kg of gold worth over Rs 77 lakh from the first three accused The firm was closed from December 24 to December 26 due to Christmas and the accused used the opportunity to carry out the heist For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by New York Times | Published: May 24 2010 1:49 am Related News Europes movement towards unification has always been the product of crises The catastrophes of World War I and II convinced the continents leaders to cast aside the solidity of fixed borders and with them the old nationalism and isolationism that led to repeated conflict Though European leaders tried to give sound economic justifications for the mergerthe nascent monetary union was first and foremost a political creation By and largehoweverthe European Union has stayed out of the lives of its citizensand so past crises have not entered so rudely into the public consciousness That has changed with the talk of bailing out spendthrift Greecewhich is perhaps why this crisis is being seen as so much more serious than those of the past Historians will likely look back to May 9 as a turning point That is whenin a conference room in BrusselsEuropean leaders announced a blanket guarantee of 750 billion euros (about $1 trillion) for the countries on the euro zones southern flank Even the European Central Bankwhich until then had been regarded as an independent bodysilently stepped in to bail out the troubled states Though they would never admit itthe men and women who sat in Brussels formed the first European economic cabinetmaking policy on the flyjust as in a regular state Yesthe rules governing the euro are being breached every daycausing panic in the market But this is part of a movement forwardnot dissolution According to the monetary union treaty signed in 1999member states were never meant to take on the debts of a fellow member stateand the European Central Bank was meant to ensure monetary stability at all cost Butat this critical momentEurope decided that monetary unity was not enoughthat it was worth breaking the rules to bring its members closer together as a political unit From now onthe domestic budgets of northern and southern Europe will be connecteda fact resulting not from a long-term plan butonce againfrom crisis Having forced itself into an era of continental policymakingEurope must now play catch-up with its democratic system Millions of Europeans already feel alienated by Brussels; if the achievements of this crisis are to surviveEuropean leaders must figure out how to make sure the people are heard in the political process Europe as a decision-making body is a fact; now it has to become more democratic The significance of the events that are unfolding now will become clear to us only with time The press calls it a fatal crisisbut the headlines should really be a birth announcement For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: December 26 2016 1:16 pm Amir Khan starrer movie promotes wrestling and showcases the struggle of Phogatfamily (Source: File) Top News Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar announced that Amir Khan starrer movie “Dangal” would be tax-free in the state ‘Dangal’ deals with the life of former wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat and his effort in breaking social barriers and encouraging his daughters Geeta and Babita to enter the world of wrestling and achieve laurels at the international level “The exemption has been given keeping in view the promotion of ‘Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao’ programme and promotion of wrestling in the movie” announced Manohar Lal Khattar WATCH VIDEO |Aamir Khan Starrer Dangal Wins Audience’s Hearts Dangal which was released on December 23 has Aamir Khan playing the role of former wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat while actresses Fatima Sana Shaikh and Sanya Malhotra play the roles of Geeta Kumari Phogat and Babita Kumari Phogat respectively I Request Govt of india to make #Dangal Taxfreeit supports women empowerment & a big inspiration to everyone in India Must Watch Cinema — Daler Mehndi (@dalermehndi) 25 December 2016 The movie not only shows the struggle the Phogat family went through but it also shows Geeta Phogat’s Commonwealth Games journey where the 55 kg wrestler became the first Indian women wrestler to win a gold medal in wrestling Geeta is also the first Indian woman wrestler to qualify for the Olympics as she made it to the London 2012 Summer Games Meanwhile the second of the Phogat sisters Babita has been long touted as the most talented wrestler in the country’s history alongwith her younger cousin Vinesh Her silver medal at the 2010 Commonwealth Games shot her to limelight Thefilm has collected Rs 6460 crore in two days With a first day collection of Rs 2978 crore Dangal also has the second highest opening day collection of the year after Sultan For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Published: January 5 2017 5:15 pm Vito Mannone said his side would be aiming to build on a crucial point gained against Liverpool (Source: Reuters) Top News Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone believes an FA Cup third-round victory at home to Burnley on Saturday will help build momentum for the side’s Premier League relegation battle heading into the second half of the season The Italian said his side would be aiming to build on a crucial point gained against Liverpool on Monday but the 4-1 league defeat they suffered away to the Clarets on New Year’s Eve was fresh in their minds “For me (the game against Burnley was difficult) because it was my first game for three or four months due to injury” the 28-year-old told the club website (wwwsafccom) “We can’t do it against the big clubs and then not against the clubs in and around us but if we do it starting this weekend against Burnley we have a chance and they beat us too easy on New Year’s Eve” Sunderland who are 18th in the league have won just once in their last six games after an encouraging run of form had raised hopes of a surge up the standings “We have to keep fighting for each other because the crowd will get behind us and we’ll get the results to stay up” Mannone added Following Saturday’s encounter the Black Cats will refocus their attention to the league as they host Stoke City on Jan 14 before visiting West Bromwich Albion on Jan 21 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Los Angeles | Published: December 29 2015 4:10 pm Music personality and former member of Spice Girls has once again teased fans about the reunion on bands (Source: Reuters) Related News Music personality and former member of Spice Girls has once again teased fans about the reunion on bands The British girl group that will be celebrating its 20th anniversary is planning something special for the occasion said The Hollywood Reporter “Hopefully something will be happening pretty soon … I can’t tell you what it is yet” Mel B said In November the 40-year-old singer said “Once we sort everything out we make an announcement but right now we’re just figuring it all out Next year is your 20 anniversary so we’re really just trying to make sure something happens” Share This Article Related Article The Spice Girls’ last reunion tour happened in 2007 and they last performed together at the closing ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Updated: February 1 2016 5:26 am Related News A 25-YEAR-OLD man was killed while his cousin suffered serious injuries when a rashly driven car hit their bike on sectors 46-47-48-49 light point on Sunday afternoon His family members along with others held a protest in the area blocking traffic for around two hours and demanding arrest of the car driver Later the police arrested the car driver Mandeep Singh who was released on bail According to the police the deceased has been identified as Avinash alias Chintu a resident of Rehabilitation Colony in Sector 49 Chintu’s cousin Bunty who was sitting ahead on the bike suffered serious injuries and was admitted to the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH) Sector 32 The police said that the accident occurred when both Avinash and Bunty were returning from Sector 46 where Avinash had to appear for an interview and heading towards Sector 49 As the duo was crossing the lightpoint the driver of the Verna car who was going towards Sector 46 hit the bike resulting in serious injuries to both of them Avinash who was riding pillion and not wearing a helmet suffered head injuries which resulted in his death The car driver escaped from the spot A passerby informed the police about the accident and called the PCR The police team reached the spot and rushed both the victims to GMCH Sector 32 From there doctors referred Chintu to PGI where he succumbed to his injuries The accused Mandeep Singh managed to escape from the spot Later he was arrested by the police following a protest by the family members of Chintu Mandeep’s father is an employee of Panjab University Mandeep was arrested and a case under sections 279 (rash driving) 304-A (causing death by negligence) and 337 (causing hurt by act of endangering life or personal safety of others) of the Indian Penal Code was registered at the Sector 49 police station The family members and residents of Sector 49 blocked the road for around two hours Following the protest the SHO of Police Station Sector 34 and other police officials pacified the protesters Arvind Kumar one of the protesters told Chandigarh Newsline that when they came to know about the accident they rushed to the spot and somebody told them that the driver of the car was a policeman He said that they started a protest and demanded the arrest of the accused with immediate effect following which the accused driver was arrested However Mandeep was not a policeman Tragedy strikes family twice Avinash’s elder brother had died around three years ago in an accident in Sector 45 His wife was then married off to Avinash who was now taking care of the family For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related News 2015 11:22 am Related News The Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD) has officially agreed to release 25 per cent of the central government’s grants for Panjab University (PU). 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