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They said the policemen fired teargas shells and used batons to disperse the protesters and the clashes between the two sides were going on when last reports were received.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi had taken a political dig at the Opposition parties’ criticism of demonetisation during his reply to the discussion on the motion of thanks on the President’s speech in the Lok Sabha on February 7 this year. the government and the political establishment kept shifting the goalposts.So on Day One November 8 the “mahayagna” was “against corruption black money fake notes and terrorism” A fortnight later Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi told the Supreme Court that the Government expected to ‘neutralise” “Rs 4-5 lakh crore…used in northeast and J&K to fuel trouble in India” By then only 35 per cent of the banned money had come back A government source today played down Rohatgi’s those remarks as part of “court craft deployed by lawyers to win brownie points” Read |Almost 99 per cent of demonetised cash is back discloses RBI In his Mann Ki Bat on Novermber 27 the first after demonetisation the Prime Minister exhorted citizens to take the country towards a “cashless economy” “But the great task that the country wants to accomplish today is the realisation of our dream of a ‘Cashless Society’ It is true that a hundred percent cashless society is not possible But why should India not make a beginning in creating a ‘less-cash society’” The very next day three weeks into demonetisation the RBI disclosed that about Rs 845 lakh crore (about 55 per cent) of old currency had come back to the system These figures further shot up when RBI’s provisional disclosure on December 13 revealed about Rs 1244 lakh crore (over 80 per cent of old currency) was back within 35 days of the announcement of demonetisation With this swift return of currency undermining the economic logic of such widespread disruption of the economy gears were shifted to politics Read | Your claims flat apologise to the nation: Opposition tells Modi government “There is no precedent globally to what India has done…The excess of cash was fuelling inflation and black-marketing It was denying the poor their due” the Prime Minister said after the end of 50 days of demonetisation on the eve of New Year 2017 He invoked the likes of “Jayaprakash Narayan Lal Bahadur Shastri Ram Manohar Lohia and Kamaraj” to applaud citizens for braving inconveniences during the demonetisation Applauding popular support he framed it into a battle between ‘honest and dishonest’ and ‘rich vs poor’ “Therefore it is the responsibility of all of us in Government at central state and local levels to protect the common man help the honest and isolate the dishonest” Modi said reminding that “there are only 24 lakh people in India who accept that their annual income is more than 10 lakh rupees Can we digest this Look at the big bungalows and big cars around you” This was reflected in subsequent narratives Replying to a debate in the Rajya Sabha on February 8 Prime Minister said that “we will have to be tough on those who are cheating the system When we do that the hands of the poor will be strengthened” Participating in the same discussion Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had lambasted the Opposition for criticising the government’s drive for less-cash society “It is no credit to any economy that you predominantly deal in cash because cash has a lot of vices… I cannot think of anyone in the world who now propounds the virtues of dealing only in cash” Arun Jaitley told Rajya Sabha on February 8 Read |Tax base up less cash less black money Arun Jaitley underlines “There is a horizontal divide — on one side are the people of India and the Government and on the other side are a group of political leaders” the Prime Minister said on February 8 Even as economists did a cost-benefit analysis of the move the BJP reaped political dividend in Uttar Pradesh The narrative of demonetisation as a battle between “rich and poor” and “honest and dishonest” caught the imagination of many and party leaders admitted that it played a role in BJP’s spectacular win in Uttar Pradesh For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Milind Ghatwai | Bhopal | Published: July 7 2017 1:24 am Opium is legally grown in Mandsaur and Neemuch districts and some parts of Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh and given the existence of a parallel illegal market (Representational Image) Related News Madhya Pradesh police has released a list of names of 32 alleged opium smugglers who are wanted in connection with the violence during farmers’ protests in Mandsaur in June The protests that started near Pipliya Mandi on June 1 culminated in police firing that killed five protesters on June 6 A sixth protester died in custody Farmers in Mandsaur had been protesting diminishing returns on their produce which made paying off farm loans tough “We have identified them from video footage of incidents from June 1 and the number could go up as the investigation progresses’’ Mandsaur SP Manoj Singh said The police said 38 people who faced cases under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances (NDPS) Act were wanted for their role in violence and six have been arrested In the last few days Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan BPJ state president Nandkumar Singh Chouhan and a few ministers have publicly said the farmers’ unrest took a violent turn as opium smugglers and Congress activists were among the protesters Opium is legally grown in Mandsaur and Neemuch districts and some parts of Ratlam in Madhya Pradesh and given the existence of a parallel illegal market cases under the NDPS Act are slapped against those found involved in illegal cultivation possession storage and transport Five protesters were shot dead near Bahi Chowpati and Pipliya Mandi police station that fall on the four-lane highway between Mandsaur and Neemuch districts Twenty-one of the 32 alleged smugglers live in villages under Pipliya Mandi police station and the rest in Sitamau Bhavgarh and Kotwali police stations The police have announced rewards ranging from Rs 1000-5000 for information on the 32 “The area has a high density of licensed cultivators and also those involved in illegal activities” the SP said Kanhaiyalal Patidar one of the five protesters who died in firing also faced charges under the NDPS Act“My brother was not a smuggler He had faced several cases in the past but was acquitted in all of them before 2007” said Kanhaiyalal’s brother Jagdish Patidar “Why were they not arrested if they were wanted in the NDPS cases Were the police sleeping The entire list is fake” alleged Shriram Patidar a farmer leader For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News What works for the AIADMK is that there is none of the strong anti-incumbency that the DMK faced in 2011. Pandemonium reined in the state assembly,” the platform states. so the phone is due for an upgrade.s debacle in the LS elections. For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Tezpur/dhemaji | Published: July 5 2011 4:28 pm Related News Incessant rains in parts of Assam and the upper reaches of neighbouring Arunachal Pradesh have caused flash floods in Sonitpur and Dhemaji districtswhere nearly 30000 people are affected Continuous rains for the last tw o days in Sonitpur districts Tezpur subdivision inundated vast riverine areas and damaged standing crops at DalabariBesseriaParbatiaPanchmileKoroiyani and Rajbharalofficial sources said today Fed by the rains in Arunachal Pradesh along its coursethe Brahmaputra and its tributaries were rising alarmingly towards the danger level in the district Rivers Jiabhorali at Khalihamari and Gabharu near NH-52 with other major tributaries were also rising The overflowing waters of Brahmaputra and its branch rivers Borgang and Burigang submerged vast areas in Biswanath and Gohpur subdivisionsthe sources said Flooding the low-lying areasthe waters overtopped the National Highway linking Tezpur and North Lakhimpur at three places between Balipara and Gohpur In Dhemaji districtthe rains caused river Subansiris tributary Jiadhal to be in spate and flood adjoining areas in about 25 villages in west Dhemaji The worst affected villages are KesukhonaNepalisuti and Rotua The situation in Dhemaji was compounded by breaching of a temporary mud dam for diverting water of the Subansiri built during construction of the Lower Subansiri Hydro Electric Power Project The temporary dam regularly breaches during the rainy season when uprooted trees brought down by the Subansiri from Arunachal hit against it and demolish the bundhthe sources added For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: September 6 2009 3:28 pm Related News Pop Diva Christina Aguilera who wrote the lyrics to her latest single while having dinner with her husbandwas frantic when she noticed that the napkin containing the scribble was missing The ‘Candyman’ singer felt inspired to write the track while she was dining at the Italian restaurant Osteria Mozza in Los Angelesas reported Howeverthe 28-year-old singer was unable to find a piece of paper and eventually scribbled the lyrics on her napkin while having supper with husband Jordan Bratman and later failed to notice that the waiter had cleared it along the dishes “Christina wasn’t looking when the busboy took the inked-up napkin When she realised it was missing she ran after him” a source said Luckilythe American beauty got hold of the waiter before he could disperse the napkin into the bin “Christina explained to the waiter what had happened and she found the napkin on top of a plateunharmed” the source added For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Agencies | Melbourne | Published: February 5 2011 11:58 am Related News Australian researchers claim to have found evidence that people undergoing bone treatment are not only surviving well but they appear to be gaining an extra five years of life than people without osteoporosis A team at Sydney’s Garvan Institute of Medical Researchhas based its findings on data from the long running Dubbo Osteoporosis Epidemiology Study Out of a total cohort of around 2000a sub-group of 121 people were treated with bisphosphonates for an average of 3 years When compared with other sub-groups taking other forms of treatmentsuch as Vitamin D or hormone therapythe longer life linked to bisphosphonate treatment was clear “While the results seemed surprisingly goodthey are borne out by the data — within the limitations of any study — and appear to apply to men as well as women “When we first looked at the figureswe thought that there had to be a fallacythat we were missing something One of the most obvious things might be that these are people who seek medical attentionso may be healthier and live longer So we compared the bisphosphonate group with people taking Vitamin D and calcium or women on hormone therapy “The comparison against these other groups of similarly healthaware people simply confirmed that our results were not skewed by that factor “In a group of women with osteoporotic fractures over the age of 75you would expect 50 per cent to die over a period of five years Among women in that age group who took bisphosphonatesthe death rate dropped to 10 per cent “Similarlyin a group of younger womenwhere you would expect 20 to 25 per cent to die over 5 yearsthere were no deaths The data were consistent with about a five year survival advantage for people on bisphosphonates” lead researcher Prof Jacqueline Center said The researchers are intrigued by their findings “We speculate that it may have something to do with the fact that bone acts as a repository for toxic heavy metals such as lead and cadmium So when people get olderthey lose bone When this happensthese toxic materials are released back into the body and may adversely affect health “By preventing bone lossbisphosphonates prevent some of this toxic metal release While we know that this is the casewe don’t yet have evidence that this produces the survival benefit” and team member Prof John Eisman The findings have been published in the ‘Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism’ For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Lucknow | Published: September 20 2009 3:49 am Related News Red carpet was rolled out for Geet Sethi and Pankaj Advani as they arrived in Agra to take part in the 2009 Indian National Billiards & Snooker Championships on Saturday While Sethithe 8 times World billiards champion appeared moved by the warmth and appreciation extended by the hostsAdvani who came later was greeted by school children of the Dr MPS Group of Institutions waving flags as he came on view Other stars likeDhruv SitwalaDevendra JoshiAlok KumarSourav Kothari and the points format IBSF World billiards champion of 2007Rupesh Shah were expected to join in on Sunday when Senior Billiards event commences 10:00 am In the billiards Juniors league of top fourShahbaz Adil Khan of Kolkata who works for Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB) was right on cue in both the events of billiards as well as snooker in the junior (under 21 years) category as he fired break over break in his billiards match to outplay Dhvaj Haria by 1191-446 points in a three hour match In another close encounterMundir Shirazi of Karnataka get past Aditya Agarwal of Maharashtra by 795-770 points In snookerShahbaz was right on cue handing out a drubbing to Sahil Sharma of Punjab by 3-0 frames Aditya Agarwal put it across Prateek of Haryana by 3-1 framesMundir Sherazi was good enough for Mukesh Kapahi beating him by 3-0 frames while Vidit Gawri of J&Kthe state mate of Mukesh had to strain hard to get the better of Shobhit Pandey of Uttar Pradesh by 3-2 frames The winners have now entered the snooker semis to be played on a round-robin basis For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related News ? 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