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I had goosebumps. The chartbuster album he has delivered for the film is one of the major selling points. Sangam is where thousands of cricket bats are made from the famous Kashmir willow and transported to different parts of the country. which is ironically hard to ignore.

has said he made USD 1. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by PTI | Los Angeles | Published: November 27,is also likely to reprise her role in a sequel to her 2011 hit Bad Teacher. mihika. claiming that she deserted him in 2013, sought to undermine, The charges will increase by Rs 10 for every two hours.To park the car for 12 hours one will have to pay Rs 50 At present Rs 5 is charged for the entire day while for two-wheelers commuters will have to shell out Rs 5 instead of Rs 2 for four hours which will increase by Rs 5 for every two hours The rates are for the year 2017-18 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: April 10 2017 4:20 am Top News Six unidentified persons allegedly attacked a civil service aspirant in the Gaisri police station area in Balrampur on Saturday evening He is out of danger and left for Delhi to give his interview on Monday Mahesh Kumar Bharti 23 a post-graduate student from Banaras Hindu University in Varanasi was allegedly attacked while on an evening walk Bharti’s elder brother Bindeshwari alleged the attack was an attempt to prevent him from making it to Delhi and attend an interview for the civil services in Delhi on Monday “On Saturday at around 830 pm Mahesh left home for a walk after dinner After some distance six youths on two motorcycles arrived After asking Mahesh’s name they started hitting him One of them also took out a knife and attacked Before escaping youths also forced mud in my brother’s mouth” said Bindeshwari He added that Mahesh managed to return home after the attack “We rushed him to the police station and later to district hospital for treatment My brother has injuries on hands chest and legs He could not speak properly following attack The attack was made to stop him from participating in the interview of Civil Services Examination to be held tomorrow but Mahesh has decided to go and he left for Delhi today” A non-cognizable report against six unidentified persons has been filed by Bindeshwari at the Gaisri police station No one has been arrested so far Station House Officer Gaisri police station Sampurnanad Tiwari said Mahesh had bruises on his hands but there were no marks of a knife attack “Police have yet to collect medical report of Mahesh from the hospital but there are no serious injuries The investigation into the matter is on” added Superintendent of Police Balrampur Shiv Prasad Updhyay For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Top NewsIs Chenna-based public sector lender Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) staring at a crisis situation Let’s look at the numbers At the end of the June quarter the total gross non-performing assets (GNPAs) of the lender have touched a record high of 2048 percent of its total loan book (of Rs 165556 crore) In other words one out every five rupees lent by the bank has now gone bad According to a Firstpost analysis that’s the highest level of bad loans in at least 14 years Total losses of the bank in the last one year (four quarters put together) stood at Rs 4467 crore The numbers indeed say it is To be sure at present there is no immediate threat to the depositors and investors as the government has recently infused some money into the bank But the situation can turn serious going ahead if the lender fails to generate money on its own or from the government PTI Total bad loans of IOB in the June quarter stood at Rs 33913 crore compared with Rs 30049 crore in the preceding quarter (174 percent) and Rs 16451 crore or 94 percent in the year-ago quarter After making all the provisions on bad loans too the bank’s net NPA stood at close to 14 percent of its book With one-fifth of its total loans turning NPA the bank will need nothing less than a major government bailout to stay afloat said one of the leading banking analysts who didn’t want to be named since they stopped covering the bank long back “There is no doubt that the bank is indeed facing a crisis situation on account of the huge NPAs Either it needs to repair itself and generate money on its own or must be bailed out by the government immediately” said the analyst In the latest round of capital infusion in July when the government infused Rs 22915 crore in 13 PSBs the Chennai-based lender had got Rs 3101 crore one of the largest shares for any bank The country’s largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) and by far the best performing one among the lot was given Rs 7575 crore This means IOB a bank where the crisis is deepening and has a much smaller balance sheet received almost half of what SBI got In the June quarter the bank used Rs 2137 crore as provisions to cover its bad loans compared with Rs 2666 crore in the preceding quarter and just Rs 66357 crore a year ago Going by the current trend much of the money the government infused in the bank will go into providing for bad loans or to put it in other words is going down the drain Firstpost couldn’t immediately contact the bank for a response Presently IOB has a market cap of Rs 5000 crore The shares of the bank are trading at Rs 2640 a piece on the BSE Dissecting the problem Though the part of the reasons for the sharp jump in the NPA level of IOB can be attributed to the ongoing bad loan clean-up exercise forced on banks by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) under Raghuram Rajan in September last year the fact is that the trouble in the bank was brewing much before that The bank started by the Chettyar community in the pre-Independence era as a small bank had high bad loans before the lender went public in 2000 Though the situation improved in the subsequent years the bank never recovered from the NPA problem "IOB has been among the state-run banks with the highest bad loan levels even before the bad loan clean-up began The pace of increase in bad assets increased after the exercise began” said the analyst quoted before Like many other PSBs IOB’s current plight can be attributed to years of reckless lending weak credit appraisal processes and inefficiency of the management Major chunk of the current pile of bad assets are loans given to small and large companies lent over a period of years where hardly any repayment has happened The IOB-crisis would require the Narendra Modi government prepare an urgent bailout plan to rescue the bank It also indicates that the government’s current capital infusion programme is too inadequate considering the huge funding gap in the public sector banks Under the ‘Indradhanush’ revival plan for PSBs the government plans to infuse Rs 70000 crore in the four-year period between 2015-16 and 2018-19 in the state-run banks But analysts and rating agencies have cautioned that this money is not sufficient considering the requirement of state-run banks For instance rating agency ICRA estimated that the equity capital required by PSBs would be in the range of Rs 40000-50000 crore much higher than that announced by the government this year Hence the government will need to increase the fund infusion significantly for 2017-19 Icra said Another rating agency Fitch too said the same “Fitch believes pressures on public bank credit profiles will remain and more capital than the Rs 70000 crore earmarked through to FY19 will be needed from the government to restore market confidence and position the sector for long-term growth” Largermalaise IOB symbolises a larger problem seen in the public sector banking space PSBs are suffering from inefficient managements government intervention and tough competition from private rivals Many state-run banks are facing serious asset quality issues There are at least four more state-run banks with NPAs above 10 percent These are United Bank of India (1429 percent) Punjab National Bank (1375 percent) Andhra Bank (1030 percent) and Union Bank of India (1016 percent) There are two more with over 9 percent GNPAs Canara Bank (971 percent) and State Bank of Travancore (938 percent) All of these will require substantial amount of capital infusion from the government The bigger question is how much of these funds which ultimately use the taxpayers money comes back to the system for productive lending In the past nine years the government has infused Rs 118 lakh crore in these PSBs As Firstpost has said before the government’s decision to front load the annual capital infusion for PSBs may have come as an immediate relief for some of the cash-strapped banks but it is only a painkiller not a medicine that can cure India’s state-run banks from the ‘begging bowl syndrome’ or the ritual of lining up before the North Block every year to get government funds to stay afloat There has been no respite from the NPA additions yet also due to a slowing economy Clearly finance minister Arun Jaitley has a tough task ahead to deal with this problem The total bad loans in the banking system rose to Rs 6 lakh crore in March of which public sector banks have a share of Rs 54 lakh crore In percentage terms the gross NPAs of the scheduled commercial banks have risen from 543 percent in March 2015 to 932 percent in March 2016 The government owns stakes up to 80 percent in some of these banks Thus far it has refused to prepare a privatisation road map for these lenders except in some cases like IDBI Bank also due to the trade union resistance For instance in IOB the government owns 73 percent stake As Firstpost has argued time and again there is no logic in government insisting to be the owner of PSBs and control these banks Given that the cash-constrained government doesn’t have the wherewithal to keep funding the massive capital requirements of PSBs (Basel-III and credit expansion) it will have to eventually go for privatisation of these entities But again the question arises who will invest in these lenders with cracked balance sheets The solution is once the ongoing clean up exercise repairs the books of these banks the government should work out a road map to privatise these entities As it appears now the government’s yearly capital infusion is just enough for most PSBs to cover their bad loans Data contributed by Kishor Kadam For live updates follow the Parliament live blog here After accusing the government of not allowing him to speak in Parliament on demonetisation Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday said he wanted to speak on a lot of issues and it was to be seen if the government allows it In a joint media briefing of the Opposition parties on Wednesday Rahul said that he had some "personal information" about the Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi’s involvement in a scam File photo of Rahul Gandhi PTI Addressing the media Rahul Gandhi said "Modi is very scared because I have personal information on the prime minister We have told the Speaker that please let us speak in Parliament and it is our political right to speak in Parliament but this government is opposing Members of ruling government is up in arms and they are not letting the Opposition speak" The Congress leader had said that when he gets a chance to speak about demonetisation in the House "the Prime Minister will not be able to even sit there.Demonetisation is the biggest scam in the history of India. I want to speak in Lok Sabha I will tell everything there" Gandhi also said "If he lets me speak then his balloon will burst.Since the last one month the entire Opposition is discussing in the Lok Sabha and wants to discuss with the prime minister but they don’t want to" "I have come here to speak Let’s see if the government allows me to speak" Gandhi told reporters outside the Parliament earlier on Wednesday Gandhi said the entire Opposition wants a debate in Parliament and have discussed with the Speaker to allow it while dispensing all rules "Pretty much unconditionally we are ready to have a discussion but the government is not interested in having a discussion I have already said it before the prime minister is personally terrified of me being allowed to open my mouth inside the Lok Sabha" he said He claimed Modi has taken a decision against the poor people of this country and has "destroyed" millions of lives and thus is answerable He said he has personally taken this decision and he cannot keep running away from the House Gandhi said the prime minister cannot keep "running away" to pop concerts to public meetings This is a democracy he owes this country an explanation and he owes the entire Opposition a space in the discussion in the Lok Sabha he said "The prime minister is worried He goes to pop concerts and public meetings Why does he not come to the House For the first time in history the treasury benches and the government is stalling Parliament Normally the Opposition stalls the House The prime minister should stop taking alibis and he should come to the House and give all of us an opportunity to speak Then the country should take a decision on whether the Opposition or the prime minister is speaking the truth" he said TMC leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay who was accompanied by Gandhi said the entire Parliamentary system is facing a "threat" as government is not allowing the House to function smoothly and allow the Opposition to speak "We cannot understand why so much arrogance on the part of the government The voice of the Opposition is going to be gagged Parliamentary democratic system is now under threat only to resist that Rahul will not be allowed to speak" he said He said the government is spreading rumours that after Rahul speaks the Opposition will not allow the House to function "It is totally incorrect" he said Bandyopadhyay charged the government is not allowing the Opposition to speak in Lok Sabha and this was "unfortunate and disgraceful" P Karunakaran (CPM) said all 16 parties came together on the issue of demonetisation and wanted a discussion on the issue but the government is now allowing this "Government is not willing to answer questions The prime minister is accountable to Parliament but has not come to the Lok Sabha It is very clear that they are not ready to answer the questions raised The prime minister is running away from Parliament which means he is running away from people" he said NCP leader Tariq Anwer said this is the first time that such an atmosphere has been created where the Opposition is not allowed to speak "It is a conspiracy by the government The entire Opposition is united What is the government fearing from We are all united Let us be allowed to speak" he said Rahul was accompanied by a few other party leaders besides his own leaders in Lok Sabha including Mallikarjun Kharge and Jyotiraditya Scindia Earlier leaders of 16 Opposition parties on Wednesday met in the chamber of Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ghulam Nabi Azad’s and decided to launch a united offensive against the government on demonetisation They also decided to launch a united offensive against Union Minister Kiren Rijiju who is under opposition fire over his alleged role in the "Arunachal power scam" Meanwhile Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar rejected Gandhi’s allegation as "false and baseless" and "very unfortunate" "The allegation was made out of desperation and he (Gandhi) should apologise to the nation" he told reporters He added that from Day One the BJP has been ready for a debate but it is the Opposition that has not allowed the House to function Minister of State for Home Affairs KirenRijiju tweeted thatModi is very scared of Rahul’s ‘oratory skill’ After self-goal by the Congress here comes biggest joke of the year; Rahul Gandhi says that Modi ji is very scared of his oratory skill ! 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