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The agency — Jan Chetna Jagriti & Shaikshanik Vikas — supplies food to the school.@SRKAarush #JabImtiazMetTwitter pic.com, ?” is how Anushka captioned the photograph on Instagram The two have already been spotted previously in aneco-friendly date and planted a sapling They were also together in New York with the Bollywood actress there for the IIFA Awards prior to the Sri Lankan tour In the first ODI Kohli gave good support to opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan who scored 132* to keep his tremendous run in the island going He was rewarded with the Man of the Match for his performance For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Jairam Ramesh | Published: April 13 2016 12:01 am Arun Jaitley during the discussion in the Rajya Sabha on the Aadhaar bill claimed that a sum of Rs 14672 crore was saved in LPG subsidy for the year 2014-15 under the direct benefits transfer scheme Related News Eugene Wigner the great physics Nobel laureate once said that in national politics the truth is often less popular than a clever lie Thus it has been with the manner in which the Aadhaar legislation has been pummelled through Parliament In today’s technology jargon then PM Manmohan Singh and Congress president Sonia Gandhi were astute political venture capitalists in wholeheartedly backing a radically innovative start-up in 2009: The Aadhaar project Irony died a thousand deaths when in the current charged environment of purported anti-national university campuses Aadhaar is being hailed by the BJP’s minister of finance Arun Jaitley while a standing committee led by the BJP’s own former finance minister Yashwant Sinha rejected Aadhaar as an anti-national project in 2011 That committee devoted an entire section in its report to “national security vs UID” and insinuated that Aadhaar aided illegal immigrants and infiltration from across the borders When the principal opposition party the Congress supports the Aadhaar law in much of the letter and all of the spirit it is suspiciously mischievous of the government to mischaracterise mislead and misinform the people about Aadhaar in its conniving attempts to pass the bill The government’s too-clever-by-half strategy of calling the Aadhaar bill the Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies Benefits and Services) Bill was an obvious ploy to subvert discussion in the Rajya Sabha by deeming it a money bill The word “finance” needed to be sneaked into the main element of the bill and hence this title To target delivery of subsidies it is imperative to first determine who is eligible for that subsidy This can be done only with income and other such information which is outside the domain of the Aadhaar programme When confronted by privacy sceptics proponents of Aadhaar defended it under the guise of the Aadhaar database having only demographic information of individuals But now as per the bill Aadhaar’s only purpose is to “target” those individuals for subsidies Either Aadhaar is an innocuous tool to verify the identity of a person or it can glean private information to target individuals for benefits It cannot be both Which one is it Mr Finance Minister The finance minister during the discussion in the Rajya Sabha on the Aadhaar bill claimed that a sum of Rs 14672 crore was saved in LPG subsidy for the year 2014-15 under the direct benefits transfer scheme The prime minister had publicly claimed a similar savings of Rs 15000 crore in LPG subsidy The finance minister and his officials were confronted with evidence by independent globally reputed think-tanks of savings on LPG subsidy being in the range of merely Rs 12 to 14 crore The chief economic advisor of the government in a desperate attempt to safeguard and hedge the intellectual sanctity of these dubious claims of the government says “we estimate that the potential annual savings will be Rs 12700 crore… We did not — and did not intend to — assert that that absolute figure was in fact the actual saving” (‘Clearing the air on LPG’ April 2 The Indian Express) In a response to a Lok Sabha question the ministry of petroleum remarked on August 10 2015 that there was an LPG subsidy saving of Rs 11640 crore between FY14 and FY15 By its own admission these savings were mainly due to a fall in global oil prices Further the ministry revealed that of the 157 crore active LPG consumers who received an average annual subsidy of Rs 3327 each in FY14 137 crore have switched to getting cash subsidy in their bank accounts rather than subsidised LPG cylinders However as of March 2016 only 123 crore LPG consumers have provided their Aadhaar numbers Is the ministry then claiming that the remaining beneficiaries are all ghosts and duplicates If so how do 137 crore LPG consumers receive cash subsidy in their bank accounts And how much of this saving is due to removing duplicates through Aadhaar Whichever way one slices and dices the data it is abundantly clear that claims of Rs 15000 crore of saving in LPG subsidy solely through Aadhaar are erroneous and deceitful So we now have the chief economic advisor of the government clearly saying that there could be a potential annual saving in LPG subsidy of Rs 12700 crore in the future We have the finance minister claiming on the floor of the House that there was an actual saving of Rs 14672 crore in LPG subsidy due to the direct benefits transfer programme And we have an independent think-tank estimating the actual saving at a paltry Rs 12 to 14 crore Again all three cannot be right Which one is Mr Finance Minister In its penchant for majoritarianism and loathing for debates the Modi government has needlessly entered a chakravyuh (borrowing from the Economic Survey) in painting the Aadhaar bill as a money bill and trying to justify it using arbitrary and self-contradictory estimates It is both sad and sardonic that a bill aimed at ushering in a clean and efficient welfare delivery regime should be so shabbily and inefficiently ushered into law Privacy and other issues notwithstanding Aadhaar is undoubtedly transformative as a subsidy sudhaar initiative but could do without the hype that has been built around it The writer is a Congress Rajya Sabha MP and former minister for rural development who initiated the use of Aadhaar in the MGNREGA and the National Social Assistance Programme Praveen Chakravarty fellow in political economy at the IDFC Institute Mumbai provided inputs The writer is a Congress Rajya Sabha MP and former minister for rural development who initiated the use of Aadhaar in the MGNREGA and the National Social Assistance Programme Praveen Chakravarty fellow in political economy at the IDFC Institute Mumbai provided inputs For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: August 24 2017 12:35 pm It was only the third time Roger Federer had lost a match this year (Source: AP) Related News American great John McEnroe expects Roger Federer’s sensational comeback season to continue in New York when the US Open kicks off on Monday Since returning from a six-month hiatus in January the 36-year-old Swiss has been in stupendous form as he has won five titles including the Australian Open and Wimbledon “At the moment we’re just assuming that Roger is going to pull the rabbit out of the hat again” four-times US Open champion McEnroe said during an ESPN conference call on Wednesday “If Roger wins this it will be one of the great stories in that last 50 years or ever I saw him today and I said ‘I’ve got to tell you hats off I’ve watched tennis for 40 or 50 years and I’ve never seen anything like this’” Chris Evert the winner of 18 grand slam titles said she was equally mesmerized by what Federer has done this year “He came back and it was ridiculous” she said “It was like he was a different person It was like his clone has come back” she said One question mark hanging over Federer is his health Back pain appeared to limit his mobility during the Rogers Cup final in Montreal earlier this month where he fell in straight sets to 20-year-old German Alexander Zverev It was only the third time Federer had lost a match this year and as a result the 19-times grand slam champion opted to skip the Cincinnati Masters to tend to the injury “I was sitting on the court in Montreal when he tweaked his lower back and it was really evident that something was wrong with him” Evert said “You never know he doesn’t say much about his injuries and he made no excuses after the match but hopefully he’s healthy” Federer will need to be at 100 percent to compete at Flushing Meadows in the gruelling best-of-five-set tournament where scorching heat and suffocating humidity are the norm Apart from Federer world number one Rafael Nadal and Briton Andy Murray who is coming back from a hip injury that forced him to skip all the hardcourt tournaments in the run up to the Open are the names in the mix as potential winners of the final major of the season If those favorites falter the tournament is up for grabs McEnroe said “It wouldn’t be shocking considering that Roger is 36 and he’s had two majors already so perhaps things don’t go as smoothly as they did the other times And let’s say Nadal wasn’t around and Murray wasn’t healthy then it’s like who is going to do it” “That’s where it really gets open” he said For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsParis: A 400-year-old painting that might have been executed by Italian master Caravaggio has been found in an attic in southern France A 400-year-old painting that might have been executed by Italian master Caravaggio AP Eric Turquin the French expert who retrieved the painting two years ago says it is in an exceptional state of conservation and estimates its value at 120 million euros (about $135 million) The picture whose authenticity has not been established had been left for more than 150 years in a property in the outskirts of Toulouse Called Judith Beheading Holofernes it depicts the biblical heroine Judith beheading an Assyrian general It is thought to have been painted in Rome circa 1604-05 Turquin told a press conference on Tuesday that there "will never be a consensus" about the name of the artist By: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 26 2017 4:46 pm Nathan Lyon believes that pacers will have an important role to play on sub continent wickets Top News Ahead of the upcoming Test series between Australia and Bangladesh spinner Nathan Lyon has claimed that not only spinners but pacers will also be playing an important role in the two-match Test series Lyon also revealed that the Australian team has set up a few game plans for their rivals but was unwilling to discuss it “We are going to play cricket with a smile on our face and compete hard against Bangladesh They are a good side and we are here to play two Tests and we are going to do our best and hopefully walk away with the series win” Lyon said and added “We have got three very good fast bowlers in the squad with Josh Hazelwood Pat Cummins and Jackson Bird who can get the ball moving in these conditions We have seen them do it before in Sri Lanka and India I don’t think it will be any different in Bangladesh” “I think for us Australians will be about bowling in partnerships and bowling well together to take 20 wickets It is not me versus someone else It is a team game and we are here to take 20 wickets” he further added Meanwhile reacting Shakib-Al Hasan’s statement of winning the Test series by a margin of 2-0 he said “I think we are going to have to wait and see Both teams haven’t come up against each other so it is a big statement to come out and say that However he did say that everyone has/her own opinion and said “But everyone’s entitled to their own opinion We are just worried about what we are doing to be honest” “They can come out and say whatever they want We are training and preparing well and we are looking forward to the challenge that lies ahead Everyone has their own opinion and goals We have our own goals but I am not going to sit here and talk with you guys about our goals” he concluded For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Updated: August 3 2017 2:39 pm Bhumi Pednekar will be seen in Toilet Ek Prem Katha and then in Shubh Mangal Saavdhan starring Ayushmann Khurrana Related News Bollywood actress Bhumi Pednekar who is featuring in two interesting films — “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha” and “Shubh Mangal Saavdhan” — says being a Mumbai girl she is very well-versed with the reality of social issues be it gender equality or open defecation As her upcoming film “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha” deals with the issue of open defecation has she ever has faced such a situation in her life “No I am an urban girl born and brought up here in Mumbai and never faced such things However I come from a family where my parents are not just busy in the daily chaos of life but also read newspapers and are well aware of the reality in our society “Therefore though I am urban but never lived in a bubble” Bhumi told IANS here Bhumi said she understood the intensity of the situation further after coming on board for the film “Like many commoners even I used to think that may be our government is not doing enough What I did not understand is it is a taboo and a mindset that is stopping people to use those public toilets made by the government” She added: “In this film I felt connected with the character Jaya as a woman Imagine a girl who came to live in a house after marriage where she has to control her toilet urge for 14 hours and then only can go before sunrise and after sunset “During her open defecation she has to be conscious as there’s insecurity in the dark she might get raped How she must have gone through especially during her menstruation days” According to Bhumi it was not a task to empathize with the character and that Jaya her character represents many women of the country who are facing the problem every single day Was there any moment where she had gone over-the-top emotionally while narrating the character “There comes the director See I am an emotional person and since I was emotionally connected to my character while performing it was bound to happen But our director (Shree Narayan Singh) had a strong vision and whenever I got carried away he showed me the way “As an actor I believe making a cinema is a collaborative effort and if critics appreciate my performance I do not take full credit of that because I am a director’s actor” said Bhumi who was seen in “Dum Laga Ke Haisha” “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha” is releasing on August 11 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related News Before the shelling, and waved the two countries’ flags.2nd has won on four occasions 1325 hrs IST: There was some rain earlier in the day. both from Lucknow.

killed himself ?We have to hold our nose to enter the school building. The teachers do not want to come on record for fear of action from officials Howeverwomen activists who conduct skill classes in the school said education officials have not bothered to properly fence the school ground There is no gate to the school That is why the nearby residents use the school playground as garbage dump The watchman is available only during the daytime This gives some local youths an opportunity to drink liquor in the classrooms and dump the bottles there?