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For the past two years, I learnt a lot from that single delivery and kept him in check for six more deliveries, adds Gauchan Though his IPL fling lasted just over a weekit was enough to turn him into a superstar back homeand he had media and friends alike hounding him for interviews A Nepali at heartdespite having spent more than half his life in MumbaiGauchan also tried his best to spread awareness about his country’s cricket and reveals to have struck a deal with the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) regarding exchange tours What matters still is enhancing the stature of his beloved sport in Nepal The IPL fantasy can wait according to Gauchan For now he’s more than happy reliving the 10 dreamy days in Jaipurand harping about a time in his lifehe still considers somewhat of a dream sequence For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: May 8 2013 1:28 am Top News The Railway police have arrested a youth for allegedly robbing Pune-Indore Express train passenger of his cellphone and a bag The suspect has been identified as Vijay Babulal Makwana (21)a native of Gujarat and currently residing at Bansode Wada in Budhwar Peth A complaint was lodged by Avani Shahwho was robbed near Lonavala while travelling a few days ago The railway police identified the location of the suspectMakwanaby tracing the cellphone details and arrested him on Monday Police recovered the complainants cellphone worth Rs 19789 from Makwana besides a gold chain worth Rs 45000 The railway court remanded the suspect in railway police custody till May 9 Investigation is on to find out if he had committed more thefts on trains between Pune and Lonavala The police team which arrested Makwana comprised senior inspector Mahendra Rokdeassistant inspector Mahendra Bagatehavaldar Shrikant Bhosaleconstables Amardeep SalunkeRamakant KarleDinesh Bornate and Prashant Taral For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Washington | Published: July 21 2017 2:12 pm Ivo Karlovic also lost his only prior match with Gojowczyk at Beijing in 2014 (Source: Reuters) Top News Defending champion Ivo Karlovic squandered a match point and 30 aces in losing to Germany’s 131st-ranked Peter Gojowczyk in three tie-breaker sets at the ATP Hall of Fame Open Gojowczyk fired 12 aces of his own and saved one break point in each set of his 7-6 (7/5) 6-7 (1/7) 7-6 (7/4) triumph over two hours and 26 minutes at the Newport Rhode Island grasscourt event yesterday The 28-year-old from Munich booked a Saturday semi-final date against 249th-ranked Australian qualifier Matthew Ebden who rallied to oust Germany’s Tobias Kamke 4-6 7-6 (8/6) 6- 4 Each semi-finalist seeks his first ATP singles title Karlovic ranked 25th had sought a ninth career ATP crown and had a match point with a break chance as Gojowczyk served at 4-5 in the third set but the 38-year-old Croatian second seed could not convert Karlovic pulled level at 4-4 in the tiebreaker but dropped the next point on his serve and the German took the final two points on his serve to dethrone the champion who finally won last year after 2014 and 2015 Newport finals defeats Karlovic also lost his only prior match with Gojowczyk at Beijing in 2014 Ebden who won his only prior match against Kamke in the first round of the 2014 US Open needed two hours and 41 minutes to subdue his 185th-ranked rival at Newport Friday’s final quarter-final matches send US top seed John Isner against compatriot Dennis Novikov and American Bjorn Fratangelo against French fourth seed Pierre-Hugues Herbert For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Gulzar Natarajan | Published: February 23 2015 12:00 am In order to improve the transactions process we must change the land records system and reform the Registration Act 1908 Related News As thebudget session of Parliament during which the government will have to get the legislature’s assent to the changes in the land acquisition act effected through ordinance gets underway it may be worthwhile to look at the economics of land markets in general There is compelling evidence that India’s land market distortions are fast becoming a constraint on economic growth The development of urban areas the engines of economic growth is being stifled because of the acute scarcity of land Procuring land is among the biggest challenges for entrepreneurs starting a business Land markets across India are characterised by several distortions Soaring land prices reduce affordability Economic growth especially rapid urbanisation is fast causing the depletion of the stock of vacant land in growth centres The demand and supply squeeze are exacerbated by several inefficient policies The changes to the land acquisition act by ordinance should ease some of the problems that had become a dampener for both public and private investment The most egregious distortion is created by the wedge between the officially notified guidance value and the actual market value The high taxes — stamp duty registration fee capital gains and conversion charges — encourage transactions to be registered at the lower guidance value The difference gets transacted as “black money” which most often flows back into real estate Buyers and sellers benefit from evading stamp duty and capital gains taxes respectively Additionally the fact that formal investment opportunities are limited implies that real estate along with gold becomes the preferred household savings instrument This savings misallocation causes real estate bubbles locks up investment capital fuels black money creation and hinders the effective transmission of monetary policy In urban areas the scarcity of land is exacerbated by restrictive zoning regulations primarily rules on the maximum permissible height of buildings It limits the buildable housing stock thereby raising prices lowers the per capita floor space available and encourages sprawls that increase the cost of infrastructure provision This scarcity stands in stark contrast to the large stock of unused land held by various government agencies Then there are the institutional problems The information asymmetry because of the poor state of land records and pervasive property litigation add to the transactional challenges For something so valuable land records in India are archaic No register that reliably confirms titles exists anywhere in the country The process of land use conversion especially important outside cities is not only expensive but also takes inordinate time The cumulative effect of all this coupled with the well-known difficulty of navigating public systems is to make land procurement a source of considerable harassment A series of policy reforms is required to address these distortions The elimination of the dual-price market requires two complementary reforms One the combination of registration fees and stamp duty has to be lowered to no more than 2-4 per cent of land value to minimise incentives to low-ball registration values Two the guidance value should be increased in a phased manner to converge with the prevailing market price over a pre-announced period of say five years The process of notification of registration values can then be dispensed with In order to facilitate effective price dissemination the government should support the creation of a nationwide database on land transactions that consolidates property sales data from different sources under a single platform Urban master plans should reflect varying floor space index (FSI) mandates — the FSI should be higher along important transit corridors as well as in city centres and should decline as one moves further away To start with locations around transit stations and newer developments should have higher FSIs The former would promote transit-oriented development — dense population clusters around transit stations The latter would maximise housing supply in greenfield locations where unlike in pre-existing areas infrastructure carrying capacity is not a constraint This has to be complemented with the calibrated releases of the vast tracts of vacant land held by the government and state bodies These agencies should be encouraged to either relocate to the suburbs or more realistically fulfil their needs with smaller extents Finally in order to improve the transactions process we must change the land records system and reform the Registration Act 1908 Some states have sought to do the former through one-time re-surveys and udating of records But such a mission-mode approach is certain to open a Pandora’s box of litigation and acrimony and is unlikely to succeed A more realistic approach would be to let the records evolve over a period of time through a two-track approach New registrations should be done only with a digitised location map of the individual land parcel and after ownership has been established through the certification of documents by a competent authority The registration will have to be notified and appeals disposed before the transaction enters the records All land-related transactions — new property tax assessments utility service connections mortgages and bank loans — could be brought under a similar policy framework Further existing landowners should be given the option of proactively getting their property included in the records through this process A simplified process duly captured in online workflow automation software can mitigate potential delays and harassment The amendments being proposed to the Registration Act 1908 can be tailored to support this process It should make land registration which currently confers presumptive ownership that is liable to be disputed a “guaranteed title certification” process This would also enable the automatic updating of the record of rights and survey records thereby linking registration and mutation However given the pervasiveness of disputes and litigation it may not be possible to clearly demarcate boundaries and establish ownership in many cases Such registrations can continue under the current rules The market will invariably price land to reflect the reduced risk from title certification Incentives like lower stamp duty for transactions done under the amended process may encourage people to switch to the new system The mission-mode strategy of re-surveys digitisation verification and notification of titles could complement this It can be done in smaller towns where land values are still low and development potential enormous or in villages where records are more reliable and updated and therefore the marginal benefits from cleaning ownership records high All this coupled with online workflow automation of all land related processes — registration mutation re-survey land use conversion etc — can significantly limit the harassment faced in property transactions The writer is an IAS officer batch of 1999 Views are personal [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News New Delhi: Right to privacy cannot be an absolute right and the state may have some power to put reasonable restriction the Supreme Court said on Wednesday while examining the issue whether it can be declared as a fundamental right under the Constitution A nine-judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice JS Khehar also asked the Centre and others to assist it about the "contours" and ambit of test on which the width and scope of right to privacy and its infringement if any by the State would be tested Representational image Getty Images The bench then referred to the apex court judgement criminalising gay sex and said if right to privacy was construed in its widest sense then the verdict in the Naz Foundation case "would become vulnerable" The NGO Naz Foundation has been fighting a legal battle for decriminalising consensual unnatural sex including lesbians gays bisexuals and transgenders During the day-long hearing the bench also comprising justices J Chelameswar SA Bobde RK Agrawal Rohinton Fali Nariman Abhay Manohar Sapre DY Chandrachud Sanjay Kishan Kaul and S Abdul Nazeer said "Right to privacy is an amorphous right and not absolute It is only a small sub-sect of liberty" It then gave illustrations including that giving birth to offsprings might fall under right to privacy and the parents could not say that the government did not have the power to direct sending every child to schools It also referred to issue of data protection and said that its ambit was "much wider" than right to privacy and "cataloguing the contents of privacy" has the danger of limiting the right itself "We live in an age of big data and the state is entitled to regulate the data whether it is for the purpose of regulating crime taxation or other activities. Right to privacy cannot be so absolute that it prevents the state from legislating or regulating it" the bench said If a bank has sought personal details for disbursing loans then it could not be said to be an infringement of right to privacy it said adding that the issues like one’s sexual orientation and the bedroom details were covered under right to privacy Senior advocate Gopal Subramanium appearing for one of the petitioners initiated the arguments and said right to privacy was an "inalienable" and "inherent" to the most important fundamental right which the right to liberty He said the right to liberty which also included right to privacy was a pre-existing "natural right" which the Constitution acknowledged and guaranteed to the citizens in case of infringements by the State "Liberty is the fundamental value of our Constitution Life and liberty are natural existing rights which our Constitution acknowledges and guarantees How can liberty be at all experienced without privacy" he asked Subramanium at the outset referred to apex court verdicts to highlight the process of interpretation of fundamental rights by it and assailed the two judgements delivered in MP Sharma and Kharak Singh cases by an eight-judge and six judge benches in 1954 and 1963 respectively in which it was held that right to privacy was not a fundamental right The issue of right to privacy as a fundamental right was deliberated upon by the court in the two cases "It is submitted that the decision in the 1954 and 1963 cases to the extent they interpret fundamental rights on a distinctive basis (as recognised in the A K Gopalan case of 1950) are no longer good law "In view of the fact that the AK Gopalan case stands overruled in the RC Cooper case (of 1970) it follows a fortiori (from a stronger argument) that neither of the above decisions are effective" He assailed the MP Sharma verdict which had held that right to privacy was not a fundamental right saying that the MP Sharma case was not "an authority for the proposition that there is no fundamental right to privacy in the Constitution" He argued that right to privacy is inherent to the right to liberty and the Constitution "mediates" between the citizens and the State and the concept of privacy is "embedded in liberty as well as honour of a person" He then referred to the Preamble and Article 14 (equality before law) 19 (freedom of speech and expression) and 21 (protection of life and liberty) of the Constitution to contend that right to privacy was intrinsic to these "inalienable" fundamental rights also The counsel assailed the contention of Attorney General KK Venugopal that right to privacy was a "common law right" and not the fundamental one and said it "went much beyond the common law" as it was inherently attached to the basic rights of life and liberty "Right to privacy invariably means the inviolability of the person The expression ‘person’ includes the body as well as the inviolate personality and the privacy really is intended to indicate the realm of inviolable sanctuary that most of us sense in our beings "It refers to spatial sanctity freedom in decisional autonomy informational privacy as well as the ability to freely develop one’s personality and exercise discretion and judgement" he said Former Attorney General Soli Sorabjee appearing in support of privacy right went much beyond and said even if the Constitution did not "explicitly" provide this right it could be deduced as had been done in the case of freedom of press He referred to Article 19 and said it dealt with the freedom of speech and expression and the apex court deduced the media right from it Another senior advocate Shyam Divan also said privacy right was a fundamental right according to the "golden triangle" rule that comprised Article 14 19 and 21 "As recognised by an unbroken line of decisions of this court since 1975 right to privacy is protected under Part III of the Constitution This court has recognised several unenumerated rights as facets of Article 21 "Similarly right to privacy has also been recognised as flowing from Article 21" he said He said that right to privacy extends to several aspects including body integrity personal autonomy right to be left alone informational self-determination and protection from State surveillance The bench at one point stopped Divan from raising issues relating to Aadhaar that that government could not force citizens to give biometric details and asked him to focus on the privacy issue alone When the bench asked whether privacy right could be absolute and the government could put some restriction or not he said that the aspect of privacy might be determined on a case-to-case basis "In a technologically dynamic society it is imperative to keep dimensions of right to privacy flexible to adapt and adjust with the new scenarios" he said adding many of the fundamental rights "cannot be enjoyed to the fullest in the absence of right to privacy" He further referred to the fact that India is a signatory to the Universal Declaration on Human Rights and now to say that right to privacy is a common law right only will be a "regressive" step He said the recognition of "fundamental right to privacy" is consistent with international norms and has been recognised internationally as a human right and is protected in almost all liberal democracies Another senior advocate Arvind Dutta also submitted that right to privacy should be treated as a fundamental right The argument will continue tomorrow and that attorney general is likely to put the government’s view across With inputs from PTI Initiatingthe Congress campaign in the Saurashtra region for the upcoming Gujarat Assembly polls party vice-president Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack against the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in his speech in Dwarka Hindustan ka yuva kaam karna chahta haidesh ko banana chahta haiBJP ki sarkar usey rozgar nahi de pa rahi: Rahul Gandhi in Dwarka #Gujarat pictwittercom/zDPI9ddHY5 — ANI (@ANI) September 25 2017 Rahul Gandhi addressing a rally in Dwarka Darshan Desai/Firstpost Rahul accused the BJP-led government at the Centre of not creating new jobs for the people of the country "The Indian youth want to work and take the country forward But the BJP government is not able to provide them with jobs Rahul also spoke against demonetisation and the recently introduced Goods and Services Tax (GST) "Without asking anybody Narendra Modi launched a massive attack on the Indian economy And it didn’t stop there Small shopkeepers and traders were the worst hit And then GST came along" he said Rahul claimed the BJP worked only for the rich "There is no space in their (BJP’s) hearts for the weak and poor in India But for the rich they open all doors for them" he said The tour of the Saurashtra region —which sends one-third of the legislators in the 182-member state Assembly — comes weeks afterhis trip to Gujaratwhere he interacted withthousands of party workers at Ahmedabad Sabarmati riverfront The region has not been electorally rewarding to the party as the 2012 Assembly elections yielded only12 of the 52 seats New Delhi: Congress president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday attacked the Centre for the economic slump in the country and described "GDP" as the "Gross Divisive Politics" of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Rahul Gandhi targeted both Modi and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley for the slowdown in investment bank credit growth job creation and agricultural growth "FM Jaitley’s genius combines with Modi’s Gross Divisive Politics (GDP) to give India: New Investments: 13 year (low) Bank credit Growth: 63 year (low) Job creation: 8 year (low) Agriculture GVA growth: 17% (low) Fiscal Deficit: 8 year (high) Stalled Projects (high)" Rahul Gandhi tweeted FM Jaitley’s genius combines with Mr Modi’s Gross Divisive Politics (GDP) to give India: New Investments: 13 year Bank credit Growth: 63 year Job creation: 8 year Agriculture GVA growth: 17% Fiscal Deficit: 8 year Stalled Projects https://tco/bZdPnREYiE — Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) January 6 2018 Rahul also tweeted a news report in which the Central Statistics Office (CSO) has projected that economic growth rate for 2017-18 will be lower than the 71 percent that was achieved in 2016-2017 Implementation of the Goods and Services Tax and subsequent slowdown in the manufacturing sector was expected to drag down India’s growth to 65 per cent in 2017-18 official data showed on Friday The has also signaled an acute awareness of the fact that shared political values can help deepen India’s strategic partnerships with the United States, It fell for want of a single vote in the Lok Sabha, which is part of the investigation after a case was registered into the incident. 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