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For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Belgrade | Published: October 10 2016 3:07 pm Dusan Tadic’s Serbia career had looked all but over after former coach Radovan Curcic dropped him for friendlies against Poland and Estonia in March (Reuters Image) Top News Axed by Serbia after they failed to reach the Euro 2016 finals Dusan Tadic is enjoying a new lease of life in international football and has propelled the Balkan nation to top spot in their 2018 World Cup qualifying group The Southampton winger has scored three and set up the other five goals for Serbia in their three Group D games so far leading the way in Sunday’s 3-2 home win over Austria with a goal and two assists Tadic’s Serbia career had looked all but over after former coach Radovan Curcic dropped him for friendlies against Poland and Estonia in March leading the winger to walk away from the international setup Slavoljub Muslin who took over in May held out an olive branch when he recalled the 27-year-old and Tadic has made the most of a second chance to shine for his country “I almost burst into tears when the whole stadium started chanting my name at the end of the game” Tadic told reporters after the pulsating win over Austria “It doesn’t matter who’s getting the assists and the goals the important thing is that we are winning Muslin has deployed the right strategy and we’re only going to get better” Tadic is thriving in a revamped 3-4-3 formation as a right-sided forward playing behind striker Aleksandar Mitrovic with Filip Kostic on the other flank The role has given him more freedom in attack and Serbia have reaped the rewards topping the group on seven points from three games ahead of Ireland on goal difference Tadic however was quick to highlight that Serbia who have not qualified for a major tournament since the 2010 World Cup still had a long way to go in the World Cup campaign “It’s a tough group where anyone can beat anyone and we are looking at seven very difficult matches” Serbia’s next qualifier is a tough fixture away to Euro 2016 semi-finalists Wales on Nov 12 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: July 5 2016 5:48 am The court has now asked the government pleader to file its reply explaining why the government took so much time to start procurement of the meters Top News Pulling up the state for having no explanation for the long delay in buying 1843 decibel meters in accordance with its earlier orders the Bombay High Court Monday asked when this year’s Dahi Handi festival was to be celebrated and added the idea behind procuring the meters was to use them during festivals to check noise norms violations “There is no explanation as to why the state did not take any action for procuring the meters till May even as the deadline for it was April 3 in accordance with earlier court orders” said the court The HC in January had asked the government to procure the meters within three months according to the requirements of the police department Each police station is expected to use the meters especially during major festivals to ensure compliance with noise pollution rules Government pleader Abhinandan Vagyani said “Fifty percent of such meters will be procured by July-end and the remaining will be available by August-end” A division bench of Justice Abhay Oka and Justice C V Bhadang was hearing a public interest litigation that raises the issue of illegal pandals being erected across the state during festivals and noise pollution rules being flouted “The idea is that they be made available before the festival” said Justice A S Oka The court asked Vagyani when Dahi Handi would take place this year and was informed it would be celebrated in September The court has now asked the government pleader to file its reply explaining why the government took so much time to start procurement of the meters “The additional chief secretary home department should also be present during the next hearing” said the High Court Vagyani said the reason for the delay was that several government departments had been involved in the procurement earlier before the job was assigned to the home department He further said that the government was working on a new software — similar to the one in place to ensure women’s safety in the state — to enable people to lodge complaints about noise pollution using an app Pointing out that there was no clarity on when such meters would eventually be supplied the court added “Show us the orders given by you for purchase of such meters and the time by when they will be provided” The matter has been kept for hearing on July 27 [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Agencies | London | Published: September 4 2012 9:32 am Top News “Gladiator” star Russell Crowe was rescued by a US Coast Guard boat at the weekend after getting lost during a kayak trip The 48-year-old actor set off with his friend and personal trainer Chris Feather on September 1 afternoon from Cold Spring Harbor on New York’s Long Island but the pair got lost as night fellreported Sun online “Thanks to Seth and the boys from the US Coast Guard for guiding the way… 4 hrs 30 mins7m(112km)” Crowe posted on Twitter the next morning US Coast Guard Petty Officer Robert Swiecikiwho picked up the pair from shoresaid”He just needed a little bit of helphe just got a little lost It wasn’t really a rescuereallymore of just giving someone a lift” For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsNarendra Modi is a man with a deep sense of history Anyone who listened to his GST-eve midnight speech at the Parliament’s Central Hall during the special session on Friday would notice his effort to place himself at the crossroads of history as a change-agent authoring a new chapter in the nation-building process This is not an isolated effort but another reinforcement of the narrative that he is a milestone man bent on building a ‘new India’ Whether or not that narrative is justified is a debate not central to this argumentPrime Minister Narendra Modi PTI We note that foreign policy lies at the centre of the structural changes he is trying to initiate Old axioms are being questioned tested for efficacy in a rapidly changing global order and cast aside if found to be incompatible His upcoming Israel visit — the first by an Indian prime minister since 25 years of full bilateral diplomatic relations — is one such epochal event that may trigger further intuitive changes As India grows strategically closer to the US its foreign policy too is aligning slowly but surely with the American axis A reorientation is under way as India shakes off its non-alignment stance to strike a multi-alignment pose but with a tilt towards US sphere of influence This is evident from the way Modi is courting European middle powers Germany France and Spain as a hedge against the uncertainty of Donald Trump-era but simultaneously striving for greater synergy with the US and its key allies like Israel It would be a mistake however to see these changes as the imprimatur of a man trying to replace the Nehruvian order just because he is in a position to do so The visit to Israel for instance isn’t context free It is the natural culmination of the gradual shift in India’s Israel policy and an inevitable response to realities that confront us While India had voted against Israel in July 2014 when Modi was yet to warm up to his seat exactly a year later we notice the first pronounced deviation New Delhi was one among only five countries to abstain from voting against Tel Aviv in Geneva on a UNHRC resolution seeking action against Israel for "committing alleged war crimes" in Gaza As The Hindu had noted in a report "41 countries voted in favour of the resolution against Israel while only the US voted against it" This was repeated in March 2016 when India again abstained from voting against Israel at the UN though as The Wire had noted then "at the same time New Delhi voted in favour of four other resolutions criticising Israel" We see here a gradual calibrated shift — not a sudden one — necessitated by several factors such as a more realistic approach towards foreign policy an understanding of India and Israel’s growing interdependence New Delhi’s strategic anxieties arising out of China’s rise the coagulating Sino-Russian-Pakistan axis and a refusal to view bilateral ties solely through the spectrum of Palestinian cause Modi viewed from this perspective is interjecting oodles of realism into our foreign policy In some ways it is also a honest trajectory Often in the past India’s geopolitical moves — guided by a moralist idealist tradition — were marked by blatant hypocrisy For four long decades India paid lip service to the Palestinian cause while pursuing ties with Israel under the hood It is not just the moral hypocrisy of identifying with the cause of an undivided Palestine ignoring Jewish nationalism when it had seen a partition along communal lines in its own territory (which the Congress had accepted) but also a false binary that even recognition of ties with Israel will upset our ties in Arab world International ties are never guided by idealism This flawed hypocritical approach was called out by former prime minister PV Narasimha Rao who in 1992 took the first step by normalising ties with Israel in 1992 But if geostrategic challenges at the end of Cold War prompted Rao to author the first radical change Modi — who faces an uncertain global order due to a retreating US and the rise of a revanchist China — has responded by growing closer to Israel a country with which India has strong defence and counterterrorism ties There are bound to be repercussions and there has been Pakistan is growing restive as Modi and Trump speak in unison about Islamabad’s rent-seeking strategy using terrorism as bargaining chip and China is growing aggressive as a closer Indo-US synergy threatens its expansionism Once again though this is not an isolationist change If Modi is seeking to dehyphenate Israel and Palestine by not paying a trip to Ramallah he has done it after an arduous courting of Arab world and carefully reinforcing India’s security and trade interests in West Asia As JNU professor PR Kumaraswamy writes in The Indian Express "PM has actively engaged with the Middle East beginning with his visit to the UAE in August 2015 and following on with Saudi Arabia Iran and Qatar the following year A G-20 meeting took him to Turkey in November 2014 and he hosted Egyptian president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi twice He has met Saudi and Emirati leaders often Only last month he hosted Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas By keeping Israel as a last major West Asia destination Modi has neutralized many negative voices both within the country and in the region" It is time we move out the false binaries in our foreign policy Modi’s upcoming trip that has already generated huge interest in Israel’s public political and strategic circles — with one newspaper calling him "world’s most important PM" has the chance to take the relationship out of closet and build a mature partnership based on shared interests and realpolitik — one that is rooted in history We have a 2000-year-old tie to nurture WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The US Senate narrowly approved a tax overhaul on Saturday moving Republicans and President Donald Trump a big step closer to their goal of slashing taxes for businesses and the rich while offering everyday Americans a mixed bag of changes In what would be the largest change to US tax laws since the 1980s Republicans want to add $14 trillion over 10 years to the $20 trillion national debt to finance changes that they say would further boost an already growing economy Trump speaking to reporters as he left the White House for New York hours after the pre-dawn vote praised the Senate for passing “tremendous tax reform” and said “people are going to be very very happy” Once the Senate and House of Representatives reconcile their respective versions of the legislation he said the resulting bill could cut the corporate tax rate from 35 percent “to 20 (percent) It could be 22 (percent) when it comes out It could also be 20 (percent)” US stock markets have rallied for months in the hope that Washington would provide significant tax cuts for corporations Celebrating their Senate victory Republican leaders predicted the tax cuts would encourage US companies to invest more and boost economic growth “We have an opportunity now to make America more competitive to keep jobs from being shipped offshore and to provide substantial relief to the middle class” said Mitch McConnell the Republican leader in the Senate The Senate approved their bill in a 51-49 vote with Democrats complaining that last-minute amendments to win over skeptical Republicans were poorly drafted and vulnerable to being gamed later “The Republicans have managed to take a bad bill and make it worse” said Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer “Under the cover of darkness and with the aid of haste a flurry of last-minute changes will stuff even more money into the pockets of the wealthy and the biggest corporations” No Democrats voted for the bill but they were unable to block it because Republicans hold a 52-48 Senate majority Talks will begin likely next week between the Senate and the House – which already has approved its own version of the legislation – to reconcile their respective bills Trump who predicted that the negotiations would produce “something beautiful” wants that to happen before the end of the year This would allow him and his Republicans to score their first major legislative achievement of 2017 after having controlled the White House the Senate and the House since he took office in January Republicans failed in their efforts to repeal the Obamacare healthcare law over the summer and Trump’s presidency has been hit by White House in-fighting and by a federal investigation into possible collusion last year between his election campaign team and Russian officials The tax overhaul is seen by Trump and Republicans as crucial to their prospects at mid-term elections in November 2018 when they will have to defend their majorities in Congress In a legislative battle that moved so fast a final draft of the bill was unavailable to the public until just hours before the vote Democrats slammed the proposed tax cuts as a give-away to businesses and the rich financed with billions of dollars in taxpayer debt The framework for both the Senate and House bills was developed in secret over a few months by a half-dozen Republican congressional leaders and Trump advisers with little input from the party’s rank-and-file and none from Democrats US President Donald Trump smiles as he arrives to speak about tax reform legislation in St Louis Missouri US November 29 2017 REUTERS/Kevin LamarqueSix Republican senators who wanted and got last-minute amendments and whose votes had been in doubt said on Friday they would back the bill and did so Senator Bob Corker one of few remaining Republican fiscal hawks who pledged early on to oppose any bill that expanded the federal deficit stood out as the lone Republican dissenter “I am not able to cast aside my fiscal concerns and vote for legislation that . could deepen the debt burden on future generations” said Corker who is not running for re-election KEY CHANGES Numerous last-minute changes were made to the bill on Friday and in the early morning hours of Saturday Slideshow (3 Images)One was to make state and local property tax deductible up to $10000 mirroring the House bill The Senate previously had proposed entirely ending state and local tax deductibility In another change the alternative minimum tax (AMT) both for individuals and corporations would not be repealed in full Instead the individual AMT would be adjusted and the corporate AMT would be maintained as is lobbyists said Another change would put a five-year limit on letting businesses immediately write off the full value of new capital investments That would phase out over four years starting in year six rather than be permanent as initially proposed Under the bill the corporate tax rate would be permanently slashed to 20 percent from 35 percent while future foreign profits of US-based firms would be largely exempt– both changes pursued by corporate lobbyists for years On the individual side the top tax rate paid by the highest-income earners would be cut slightly The Tax Policy Center a nonpartisan think tank analyzed an earlier but broadly similar version of the bill passed by the Senate tax committee on Nov 16 and found it would reduce taxes for all income groups in 2019 and 2025 with the largest average tax cuts going to the highest-income Americans Two Republican senators announced their support for the bill on Friday after winning more tax relief for non-corporate pass-through businesses These include partnerships and other companies not organized as public corporations ranging from mom-and-pop concerns to large financial and real estate groups The bill now features a 23 percent tax deduction for such business owners up from the original 174 percent Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal said Trump controls more than 500 pass-through companies that will directly benefit “So the president may be celebrating but most Americans will rue this day” Blumenthal said The Senate bill would gut a section of Obamacare by repealing a fee paid by some Americans who do not buy health insurance a step critics said would undermine the Obamacare system and raise insurance premiums for the sick and the old Senator Susan Collins a moderate Republican said she obtained commitments from Republican leaders that steps would be taken later in separate legislation to minimize the impact of the 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