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Smith was,New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday issued notice to the Centre and the Election Commission on a plea by the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) that EVMs must be used along with Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPAT) as directed by the apex court in 2013 bringing in Frank O’Farrell, Representational image. according to court sources.though it is hard to describe even within the traditional categories of Shakti.one that elevates its subject rather than diminishes him. And a large number of studies,short sell the rupee. The writer is chairman of Oxus Investmentsan emerging market advisory firmand a senior advisor to Blufina leading financial information company For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: August 1 2017 6:02 pm DHFL Maharashtra United’sHarmeet Desai said playing a pro league in India was a dream come true (Source: PTI) Top News India’s first-ever professional TT league — Ultimate Table Tennis — will have a dwelling challenge before the commencement of the next season as top paddlers and administrators feel that the format of the league was abit of a drag The inaugural edition comprised nine three-game matches in a race to 14 points eventually a game lasting four hours India’s one of the finest paddler Sharath Kamal who played forRP-SG Mavericks feels because of nine matches it was difficult for fan engagement “It is something I have already conveyed to the organisers (11EVEN Sports) Nine matches were a bit too much It took about four hours for the entire tie to get over therefore making it tougher for fan engagement” Sharath told PTI “I think keeping the tie duration under three hours can be the way forward Having said that there are bound to be some issues in the first year The event overall was world class and made the Indian table tennis players feel special in their own country like never before” said the world number 43 further DHFL Maharashtra United’sHarmeet Desai said playing a pro league in India was a dream come true adding that the length of the league could have been longer “Three weeks was a bit on the shorter side I felt The leagues in Europe take place for a longer period However the overall feedback has been very positive UTT is a much-needed boost to Indian table tennis and the players Even the foreign players went back a happy lot I am confident more foreigners will turn up for the second season” Desai said Former Indian player Kamlesh Mehta who is now a director at 11EVEN Sports welcomed the response from all quarters “The league finished on Sunday and we have already started working on season two We have received a general feedback on the format and we are very much open to changes In consultation with the broadcaster we will work out a way to ensure the format is more engaging for the fans” said Mehta Mumbai and Chennai were the two cities which managed to attract spectators interest at the venue while in New Delhi not even 1000 turned up to watch the action “You can’t expect everything to go right in the first season Other than the format the organisers will have to work towards bringing in more people at the venue” said a TTFI official who requested anonymity For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsWritten by Aniruddha Ghosal | Kolkata | Published: February 13 2017 12:10 am West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee PTI Photo Top News From roping in actor Shah Rukh Khan to hardsell tourism in the state to repackaging classic Bengali sweets for the international market the state government is doing all it can to make the virtually untapped tourism potential of the state into a viable revenue source Over the years this has reflected in the TMC government’s budgets with the latest budget present on Friday allocating `335 crore to the sector – an almost 30-fold increase from the Left Front government’s last budget in 2010-’11 Compared to 2016-17 when the department received `295 crore the allocation has increased only by 13 per cent But as one official put it “The fact is that a lot of investment has happened in the last few years This is because we’ve been focusing on creating the infrastructure and formulating schemes Now the really difficult part begins – getting tourists to come and stay” “The inflow of tourists is increasing every year That is why the state needs to draw an aggressive campaign plan to attract more tourists and compete with other states” said Samrat Sanyal the executive president of the Eastern Himalaya Travel & Tour Operators’ Association Earlier the state government had launched a website — http://s.wwwbengalweekendcom — that listed 44 such places across 20 districts of the state and plans to add more destinations soon State Tourism Minister Gautam Deb said “Tourists inclined to visit our state for a short period may find this website interesting and helpful It will add value to tourism-related facilities and increase interest of tourists to visit these places” In particular Deb and his ministry have been emphasising on on homestay and community development in different parts of the state after such efforts reaped rich dividends for both the tourists and local people in the forests of Dooars in the foothills of Himalayas and in different unknown destinations of the Darjeeling Hills The ambitious ‘Homestay Policy’ also aims to boost the state’s micro and small entrepreneurs (MSEs) by engaging the local work force while facilitating middle class tourism in the state’s tourism hotspots said officials According to officials tourism – the state hopes – will prove to be a double boon for Bengal “On one hand we will get much needed revenue Particularly with our targetting of foreign tourists who already come to Kolkata but rarely venture out into the districts Secondly this will give employment opportunities for many small-scale entrepreneurs” For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Los Angeles | Published: April 4 2017 1:51 pm Sigourney Weaver is worried about bringing to life the script of Avatar 2? a growing friend of Israel.

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Boy, Great film! Grigor Dimitrov, 2016 1:24 pm Former Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh wishes she could relive her wedding day over again because there was too much to take in. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Published: September 16.

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