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Phew. Everyone does that I have been floating ever since at one of the swimming pools in my summer homes in UK or in one of my yachts ‘somewhere in the Mediterranean’ (only my captain knows the location Yeah!) because anytime the banker or a investigating official can knock on my door asking me to pay back the money I owe them I can’t blame them though They narrate with a heavy heart that they have been given a deadline of March 2017 by this Rajan to clean up the bank balance sheets (disclose the NPAs) These guys are unnecessarily panicking and asking me to pay back Never have I done that in my life mind you But I’m not afraid anymore I have such immense confidence in our political system I can’t express my joy seeing Swamy’s daily tirade against that ‘not mentally fully Indian’ guy I absolutely wholeheartedly agree with Swamyji I don’t think he is even half-Indian I have never seen Rajan wearing a North Indian kurta or South Indian lungi He always in a western suit Why There is something seriously wrong with Rajan I strongly suspect he is a double agent for ISI and CIA Look at the way he utters all sorts of unnecessary words such as ‘intolerance’ ‘autonomy’ ‘one-eyed King’ and ‘Make for India’ Who does he thinks he is by the way Well if he predicted 2008 global financial crisis even I did Just that no one was around And what is this “I’m Rajan I do what I do” Is he Rajnikant of the Indian economy or what Enough of this Bu***hit Modiji I’m running out of patience Who will tell him to limit his gyan on what he is getting his salary for—‘macroeconomic stability’ ‘monetary policy dynamics’ ‘yield curves’ and ‘asset-liability mismatch’ There are more things he could talk on (I can get back on the specifics after reading a bit Bloody economics) Swamy is again right when he accuses Rajan of leaking sensitive information through the use of unauthorized email ids I strongly suspect Modiji that Rajan has already leaked last week’s sector-wise credit growth data to someone in the US treasury Mind you this data is not public yet As for the allegation on deliberately destroying the economic growth and jobs Swamy is again spot on In a country with Hong Kong-like infrastructure with abundant supply of power and water so much of foreign investments (Oh God) and easy environmental clearance high interest rate is the only thing that stands between us and economic growth Had Rajan cut interest rates by 300 basis points immediately in his first week in office India would have attained minimum 10% GDP growth and millions of jobs (and mind you this is a conservative estimate) One could always argue that inflation would have crossed GDP growth then But that’s only a lame excuse Why shouldn’t someone mistrust an economist like Swamy Modiji you have rightly observed that Rajan’s reappointment is not of media’s interest and is an administrative issue I agree In fact nothing that impacts us crony capitalists should be of media’s interest What you think is the reason for me closing down my airline my resignation from companies which were my family jewels and my current plight—just imagine I am forced to write to you even this letter from ‘somewhere in the Mediterranean’ This has never happened since Independence I urge you to continue to let our ‘Swamy and friends’ unleash their tirade against Rajan I am sure after a point Rajan would decide himself not to continue here even if you approach him with the request I see signs of that’s already happening Already some are accusingus of supporting the ouster of Rajan They have got it correct Once Rajan is out and someone more acceptable to you and me and more importantly ‘ek dam fully Indian’ comes to the post of RBI governor at that point I promise I will come back With love and respects (From somewhere in the Mediterranean) Crony-capitalist By: IANS | Chennai | Published: February 25 2016 12:20 pm Rana Daggubati recently shot for a major underwater war sequence for the film Being a certified diver he didn’t require any underwater lessons for the film However he rehearsed a bit before canning the final shots Related News Rana Daggubati who plays a Naval officer in the trilingual “Ghazi” touted as India’s first sub marine-based war film has been shooting non-stop ever since the movie went on the floors in January The period drama revolves around the mysterious disappearance of Pakistan’s premiere sub PNS Ghazi near the eastern coast of India en route to the Bay of Bengal during the 1971 India-Pakistan war Rana recently shot for a major underwater war sequence for the film Being a certified diver he didn’t require any underwater lessons for the film However he rehearsed a bit before canning the final shots Talking about the experience Rana told IANS: “We began shooting on January 3 with the schedule drawing to a close on Tuesday Two submarines have been created in a large pool in Hyderabad I am currently on a 12-day break and will resume shooting from March 10 for a start-to-finish schedule” Share This Article Related Article “I am quite good at diving but the last time I did it was around four years ago It was shot over three days and required me to be underwater from six in the morning to two in the night It was taxing but I was committed to giving it my best The fact that it’s a first of its kind movie motivates me to keep working hard” he reminisced There may not have been heavy-duty physical preparation involved for the war drama but Rana did have to lose a few kg of his weight “I was quite bulked up for ‘Baahubali’ so I had to shed some weight I also underwent agility training as part of my prep” he said The trilingual which is directed by Sanklap Reddy is being shot in Hindi and Telugu and will be dubbed in Tamil The actor’s research also involved meeting Indian Naval officers particularly those on board the Indian naval ship “My father helped me get in touch with many of them including those on INS Vikrant at the time” he added “For news updates Follow us on Facebook Twitter“ Google+ & Instagram For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: March 28 2016 1:56 am Panjab University campus Top News DESPITE STUDENT protests continuing against the 5 per cent fee hike at Panjab University from 2016-17 the PU Senate on Sunday approved the hike leaving no hope for the protesting students Even as the Senate took the decision the month-long protest by the university students continued outside the Vice-Chancellor’s office Security outside the Administrative Block of the university was beefed up in order to prevent the students from staging a protest outside the block Share This Article Related Article Earlier this month during an ongoing meeting of the university Syndicate a ruckus was created on the campus as the protesting students gathered around the Administrative Block On Sunday however over 10 male and female police personnel were deployed at the university The approved 5 per cent hike will now result in an increase ranging from Rs 500 to Rs 1200 in different courses at the varsity Addressing the House on Sunday PU Vice-Chancellor Arun Kumar Grover said “The excess money collected from the fee hike will be spent on the EWS students in order to help them financially The university administration will also appoint a committee to increase the cash prizes that are given to the meritorious students All of these expenses will be made utilising the surplus funds generated from the fee increment” Discussing the issue of increased police interference on the campus Grover informed the House that a meeting with the IGP would soon be arranged to ensure ways of handling situations by minimising police interference Further approving the recommendations of the Panjab University Board of Finance the PU Senate gave the final nod for the proposed budget of Rs 51733 crore for 2016-17 In the approved budget the deficit comes close to Rs 306 crore whereas the estimated income for the next academic year is Rs 21061 crore As per an estimate about Rs 430 crore will be spent on payment of salaries and Rs 1488 crore on new academic programmes scholarships research aids books and journals An amount of Rs 5 crore has been allocated for the construction of a new girls’ hostel and Rs 5 crore will be spent on securing the allotted land for the upcoming Sarangpur campus The Senate also approved a sum of Rs 150 lakh to start construction of Regional Centre Muktsar Rs 75 lakh for establishing additional parking facilities on PU campus and Rs 12621 lakh for upgrading widening of the road near Gate No 3 of the university Deliberating on the university’s dwindling finances the Senate also discussed ways of increasing the university’s financial income Implementation of paid parking installation of solar panels and reduced electricity usage starting of short-term summer programmes during the summer vacation generating more revenue through the university’s holiday home in Shimla adopting a common policy for renting out of university shops and renting vacant shops at the earliest were amongst the few proposals that were put forward The PU Think Tank had earlier recommended that the university buildings could be rented after classes in an attempt to raise more money “We can link our programmes with the industry which will not only help in revenue generation but will also help the students in skill development training” a member of the Senate pointed out The V-C added that a final decision in this regard would be taken in the next weeks and a plan of action would be prepared keeping in mind the feasibility of these options DEFERRED ITEMS THE House stood divided over the Syndicate’s decision not to give extension beyond the third year of re-employment to Dr Vijay Kumar Chopra Department of Evening Studies On account of less contribution to the university academically and repeated instances of Dr Chopra’s improper conduct Grover had recommended that no extension be given to him After a thorough discussion it was however decided that the issue would be reconsidered by the Syndicate PUTA and the departmental academic committee before a final call is taken “Until the re-examination is conducted let Dr Chopra continue teaching and drawing money from the university It is anyway the taxpayer’s money” stated a seemingly irked Grover after questions were raised on his intentions behind his suggestion not to give extension to Dr Chopra A discussion was also held on the retirement age for the teaching staff of the university “Does an extension in the retirement age and the consequent re-employment have more demerits than merits We need not allow re-employment; instead young professors should be appointed in these posts That will also help us in increasing employment opportunities for youngsters and in decreasing the financial expenditure as junior professors are likely to be hired on a lower pay scale to begin with” stated D P S Randhawa According to Anu Chatrath however only professors who continue to contribute academically to the university should be allowed to seek re-employment The Senate also discussed the probe report by former Punjab and Haryana judge Justice S D Anand about Professor Neelam Paul from the Department of Music who was found guilty of submitting false information about attending seminars and writing research papers for her promotion However owing to the seriousness of the case the Senate deferred the item stating that more time was needed to carefully examine the case APPROVED ITEMS Recommendations for the Panjab University’s new Policy Against Sexual Harassment Creation of additional seats for students from rural and border areas in PG and UG courses Introduction of PU CET (PG) for admission to Masters in Social Work (MSW) Revised fee structure for the degree colleges affiliated to PU Recommendations to restore the original status of Directorate of Sports and Campus Sports at PU Proposed amendments for sabbatical leave Appointment of Ela Bhatt Dr Manmohan Singh Kailash Satyarthi and Professor Yoginder Alagh as Chair Professors at the university For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | St Etienne | Updated: June 25 2016 5:55 pm Poles eked out 1-0 wins over Northern Ireland and Ukraine and a 0-0 draw against Germany in the group stage (Source: AP) Top News Poland striker Robert Lewandowski can finish Euro 2016 without a goal to his name as long as the team keep grinding out results starting with Saturday’s last-16 clash against Switzerland coach Adam Nawalka said on Friday(RESULTS | STANDINGS) The Poles eked out 1-0 wins over Northern Ireland and Ukraine and a 0-0 draw against Germany in the group stage with Lewandowski often dropping into a deeper role to create space for strike partner Arkadiusz Milik “We have no problem with the fact that Lewandowski hasn’t scored yet because he is doing a great job for us” Nawalka told a news conference “He has adapted to a new role very well as we are a team whose players understand each other perfectly and we are very happy to have him in our side” The match will feature sides who stifled their group-stage opponents in midfield and kept things tight at the back with the Swiss conceding only one goal and Poland none “They (Switzerland) are a very good team and in order to win a game with no room for error we have to implement our game plan which is to attack and keep them on the back foot” Nawalka said “We will need to take our chances because we probably won’t get many against a rock solid Swiss defence” Defensive midfield Grzegorz Krychowiak linked in media reports with a move to French champions Paris St Germain from Sevilla said he had fond memories of his 2008-2014 spell at various French clubs before joining the Spanish side “This is a very special tournament for me because I spent a long time here but nothing compares to playing for your national team” he said “I don’t want to discuss the PSG situation because I am totally focused on Euro 2016 We know that the group stage is history and every game ahead of us is like a final” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Rio De Janeiro | Published: August 18 2016 7:39 am Dafne Schippers of the Netherlands bagged silver medal as she struggled against Elaine Thompson speed (Source: Reuters) Top News Jamaica’s Elaine Thompson completed a memorable sprint double on Wednesday after storming to victory in the women’s 200 metres final blowing away the field with a season’s best run of 2178 seconds The 24-year-old 100m champion beat pre-race favourite Dafne Schippers of the Netherlands who ran her fastest time of the season in the final but had to settle for silver Schippers world 200m champion picked up a leg muscle injury ahead of the 100m final last week and said she almost pulled out of the Games After winning the 100m final Thompson said she was surprised by her victory but she appeared in complete control after a brilliant start that helped her surge ahead of the field after the bend American Tori Bowie who won a silver medal in the 100m final grabbed bronze Ahead of the final Bowie was the only woman other than Schippers to have run a sub-22 second race over 200m this year For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top News flailed forehands high and wide in a scrappy first set against her fellow 20-year-old. 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