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Friends in strange places The Organiser carried an article about Mahmood Madani, During the campaigning which witnessed lack of enthusiasm among voters, talaq, otherwise,are currently in operation.was in the race for UoP vice-chancellor three times in past.teaching and research and development, he saidaddinghe would assume charge as the vice-chancellor on Wednesday Hailed as the backbone of UoPs triple connectivity project that envisages creation of an audiovideo and data link between the university and its affiliated colleges60-year-old Vidyasagar was associated with the varsity for over two decades Vaidyasagarwho obtained his MSc and PhD degrees in Physics from UoP itselfhas extensive experience in administrationresearch and teaching The Governor had appointed a search committee under the chairmanship of retired Judge of Supreme Court Justice S H Bediwho shortlisted Vidyasagar for the job For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: June 29 2017 8:28 am Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar (File) Related News Amid strong protests by traders and opposition parties over Goods and Service Tax(GST) Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar made it clear that the advent of GST will not have an adverse impact on the texile business as it is being made out to be “Textile has been placed in the slab of 5 per cent under GST Presently there is an embedded tax of central excise duties of 338 per cent and 28 per cent of VAT on cotton yarn Therefore the tax at the rate of 5 per cent on fabric is not going to put any additional burden on textile” said Khattar The chief minister said this while addressing a seminar on GST for members of Legislative Assembly Administrative Secretaries and Head of Departments organised by Excise and Taxation Department at CII in Chandigarh Wednesday He further elaborated that the average rate of inflation is 6 to 8 per cent annually and the minimal tax burden that may fall upon textile is not going to hamper the segment in any way Rather GST would bring the traders in the integrated chain of texile supply and allow them to use the benefit of ITC and it would promote accounted business and bring about more transparency For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Mumbai | Published: June 13 2017 1:44 pm Dharmesh Yelande became a sensation after participating in Dance India Dance Related News Actor-dancer Dharmesh Yelande of ABCD fame is in talks to come aboard Remo D’Souza’s upcoming directorial project featuring Salman Khan Dharmesh became a household name after he participated on dance reality show Dance India Dance He went on to appear in films like ABCD: AnyBody Can Dance and ABCD 2 “The talks are on for ABCD 3 it will start by the end of the year or next year There is another film with Remo sir He has told us about this film (with Salman Khan) Talks are on but it’s not the right time to say anything until we get the confirmation” Dharmesh told PTI “I am ready to do any film for Remo sir as whatever I have so far achieved is only because of him So whenever he wants me in his films we will be there” he says Though he started out as a dancer Dharmesh says he is keen on acting in films “I want to act in films I have done three films so far There are two more in the process and both are with Remo sir I am more than happy the way my career has shaped up so far” Dharmesh has also been a mentor on the show Dance Plus for the last two seasons with Shakti Mohan and Punit Pathak (mentors) and Remo as the super judge The show is returning with season three with the same set of mentors and judges and Dharmesh is excited about it as he says “this time we have contestants from abroad participating on the show” It will air on July 1 on Star Plus For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Priyanka Sahoo | Mumbai | Published: March 22 2017 2:42 am Top News TEN DAYS after the Medical Council of India (MCI) instructed state governments to conduct admissions to all medical and dental colleges including private and deemed colleges have decided to challenge the central regulating authority According to the March 11 notification from MCI admissions to all medical and dental colleges will be based on the marks obtained by applicants in the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) and will be done through the state-held Common Admission Process (CAP) This means that private and deemed colleges will lose their autonomy over the counseling process “We have decided to file a petition in the Supreme Court challenging the MCI’s instruction It violates the fundamental rights of private institutes to conduct their own admissions” said Kamal Kishore Kadam president Association of Management of Unaided Private Medical and Dental colleges Meanwhile the state government which has decided to go ahead with the MCI order has issued notifications to all private and deemed medical colleges “Following the order from the Government of India the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) has issued notifications to colleges” said Rajagopal Devara secretary for medical education “(Private and deemed) Colleges have been asked for feedback We have made it very clear that we want to conduct our own counseling” said Kadam The state government has been trying to gain control over admissions in private and deemed colleges for two years In the academic year 2016-17 the DMER had issued a notice that it would conduct admissions to private and deemed institutes which was challenged by the colleges in the High Court While the court ruled in favour of the colleges the Supreme Court in September 2016 ordered that DMER conduct all admissions By then admissions to most seats had been conducted and while the apex court did not term those invalid it said that the around 350 seats still vacant would be filled by the state For the academic year 2017-18 it said the decision for deemed and private medical colleges would be taken by the Bombay High Court The high court is however yet to hear the matter “Private colleges can go to SC but since there is no stay order on last year’s SC order the DMER will conduct the admissions this year” said Devara The DMER has recommended that the state take a strong stand against the colleges that refuse to participate in the CAP “We will prepare a list of the colleges who refuse to admit students through CAP We will then seek advice from the law and judiciary department on what action we can take It may so happen that the admissions done bypassing the CAP will be deemed invalid” said DMER Director Pravin Shinghare “Unless the SC decides otherwise we will go ahead with last year’s order” he added For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: February 18 2014 10:05 am Mistakes like not setting the right reserve prices can lead to disastrous consequences as in New Zealand where bidders paid for licences worth 0000 Related News Sandip Sukhtankar Better auction design was key to ensuring that 2G spectrum did not remain unsold Like a good saas-bahu saga the story of 2G spectrum allocation in India seems to have reached its end with an exciting final episode The 2G spectrum auction has witnessed total bids of over Rs 60000 crore surpassing the Rs 30000-40000 crore expected by the government The auction left telecom officials relieved particularly after the calamitous previous auctions in November 2012 and March 2013 Why has this round of auctions been successful What lies ahead for the telecom sector Before answering these questions a synopsis of the plot is in order for those casual observers who have not kept up with all the episodes in the series It starts in early 2008 with the farcically arbitrary allocation of 122 licences (and associated spectrum) at substantially below-market rates In 2010 following juicy plotlines involving tapped phones and corporate lobbyists the now-famous 2G scam breaks out with a CAG report detailing numerous irregularities in the licensing procedure This episode also includes the arrest of then telecom minister A Raja in early 2011 The Supreme Court annuls all 122 licences in February 2012 which leads to auctions held in November 2012 and March 2013 to allocate the spectrum afresh Unfortunately with the economy having taken a turn for the worse in the interim much of the spectrum remained unsold The final episode involves selling this remaining spectrum which by all accounts Trai has managed to do successfully The main reason why the outcome of this round of auctions was different had to do with Trai getting reserve prices right After consultation with stakeholders and considering market conditions reserve prices were cut sharply (up to 50 per cent) compared to those in the unsuccessful previous auctions At the time this decision was far from universally acclaimed: many observers expressed concern over the potential loss to the government from these cuts One might ask: why not just increase reserve prices and if market players do not value spectrum above these prices they simply won’t bid Won’t higher reserve prices lead to higher revenue for the government The answer here is that there is no such thing as a free lunch — an increase in reserve prices may deter entrants and in fact make it easier for remaining bidders to collude leading to lower actual bids To understand these ideas better let us examine the economics behind allocating spectrum Radio frequency spectrum is a valuable natural resource perhaps nowhere more so than India where wireless telecommunication is an especially important sector of the economy How should the government allocate this scarce resource The allocation mechanism has two fundamental goals — to achieve allocative efficiency that is to ensure the most efficient use of the spectrum and to raise revenue for the government There is consensus amongst economists that market mechanisms — think auctions — are superior to administrative mechanisms — think Raja — in achieving these objectives In normal competitive auctions there is usually no conflict between the two goals But under conditions of natural monopoly a small number of bidders and externalities — all characteristics of telecom markets — things get trickier For example the government could increase revenue collection by offering a single monopoly licence in a given region; of course this is not good for future efficiency or consumer welfare Spectrum auctions are even more complicated because the underlying value of spectrum — contingent on rapidly evolving technology and changing markets — is difficult to gauge Thus well-understood auction problems — the winner’s curse bidders’ risk and collusion amongst bidders — are amplified Getting auction design right becomes paramount Mistakes like not setting the right reserve prices can lead to disastrous consequences as in New Zealand where bidders paid $6 for licences worth $100000 Fortunately Trai got it right Its “Recommendations on Valuation on Reserve Price of Spectrum” published on September 9 2013 is a remarkable document consisting of transparent analysis and judicious consideration of stakeholders’ concerns Even more commendable than simply getting the numbers right was the transparent process through which it arrived at these recommendations It first produced a consultation paper requesting comments from stakeholders It then held an open discussion All comments and documents related to the proceedings were easily available online The data used in the analysis conducted in the recommendations report were made available and the factors that entered the analysis clearly explained Given the deterioration in the economy over the last 18 months the lack of response by telecom companies in the previous auction rounds and the analysis conducted the recommendations on reserve price cuts made sense The results of the current auction have justified Trai recommendations Of course factors other than the correct reserve prices mattered as well For example some telcos (Bharti Airtel Vodafone and Idea) required spectrum in the valuable 900 MHz band just to keep existing operations going Moreover greater than expected demand in the Northeast where mobile penetration is low played a role too But getting the fundamentals right was paramount in making sure spectrum did not remain unsold and unused Looking to future auctions while Trai’s analysis in this instance was fundamentally sound it could use more sophisticated aspects of auction theory and econometrics For example while the multiple regression analysis was reasonable surely more advanced techniques could be used to calculate final numbers In addition the report often correctly cited the leading experts in auction theory Why not just hire these experts to design Indian spectrum auctions in future as the US did when it conducted its big round of spectrum auctions in the early 1990s Other recommendations made in the Trai report if adopted by the government also stand to have a big impact on the telecom sector Of them the unambiguously good advice by Trai involves allowing spectrum trading This is likely to increase efficiency in telecom markets; my previous research on the 2G scam suggested that one of the reasons the distorted allocation of licences did not affect telecom markets much was that the licences and spectrum ended up in the hands of providers likely to make efficient use of it The suggestion to allow mergers of entities with combined market power of 50 per cent within regions is perhaps more ambiguous: while it will help with much-needed consolidation the benefits of competition should never be underestimated Again my past research suggests that competitive markets may have mitigated the efficiency impact of the 2G scam The empowered group of ministers has already decided in favor of the M&A recommendation while not yet reaching a decision on spectrum trading Whatever it decides it will do well to follow the example set forth by Trai and pursue the path of greater transparency in an effort to create the conditions and oversight necessary to let markets work The writer is assistant professor of economics at Dartmouth College and a visiting scholar at the Harvard Kennedy School US For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by ANI | London | Published: January 7 2010 12:09 pm Related News Rumours are abuzz that Natalie Portman is romancing a co-workerjust weeks after her rep denied she is dating Australian actor Chris Hemsworth A spokesperson for Portman28dismissed reports last month (Dec09) after online gossips suggested she was dating the Star Trek actor But nowgossip mills have gone into overdrive with reports that the actress is reportedly involved with 32-year-old Benjamin Millepiedwho worked as a choreographer on her new ballet movie? such 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