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He is not gracious in defeat, 2017 2 days to go ? pictwittercom/6LJ1lxGTed — Amy Jackson (@iamAmyJackson) March 2 2017 Well in these videos the actor looks excited to offer the world and her fans a big surprise and our money is on 20 As far as any announcement about a film with Salman is concerned it just feels like speculation as no one has even spoken about it yet However we recently got to know that Amy is also the new face of his Being Human clothing line Amy earlier shared a picture with the Sultan actor on her Instagram handle “So happy to be a part of the new #BeingHuman campaign… @beingsalmankhan you’re the best” Amy wrote while posting the click from the ad film shoot Going by their shoot pictures Salman and Amy looked happy and comfortable in each other’s company Also read|Salman Khan picks Amy Jackson as the new face of his brand Seepics Amy Jackson’s fans see a few more pics of this HOT actor: But what is this actor going to announce Well we just have to wait and watch For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Christophe Jaffrelot | Published: October 27 2014 12:04 am Several economists have been disappointed by Modi’s first few days in office Related News Narendra Modi became prime minister on May 26 a little more than 150 days ago after an election campaign that raised many expectations According to some of Modi’s staunchest supporters the modernisation of the Indian economy was set to happen because he would free the caged Indian tiger for good Political commentator Swapan Dasgupta wrote in May that he was “an Indian revolutionary” a la Margaret Thatcher who according to economist Surjit S Bhalla “achieved the near-impossible by changing forever the mindset of a socialist outdated England” But several economists have been disappointed by Modi’s first few days in office They lamented that the Union budget was too much like previous ones with few liberalisation measures except the relaxation of FDI caps in insurance and defence (from 26 to 49 per cent) But the “worst” was the Centre’s decision not to cut subsidies and to rollback the rail fare hike a move according to Swaminathan Anklesaria Aiyar “so populist dithering and spineless as to make Manmohan Singh look a lion by comparison” Some of Modi’s supporters in the West were also surprised by the way his government stalled the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement in the name of Indian peasants’ interests (and at the expense of the standardisation of customs procedures which was supposed to add $1 trillion to world trade) But this decision was in keeping with the speech Modi had made as early as on May 20 before the BJP parliamentary party in which he said: “A government is one which thinks about the poor listens to the poor and which exists for the poor” Subsidies for the poor may be criticised as inefficient from the opposition benches but to cut them once in office and deprive millions is another matter In fact the Modi government has opted for a gradualist transformation which can be explained by the need to protect his supporters from the corporate sector who may not like to be exposed to competition constraints such as mass poverty (a “detail” the election campaign conveniently overlooked) and the weak position of the BJP in the Rajya Sabha But if it is too slow for the neoliberals it is too radical for the trade unions The controversy regarding the Factories (Amendment) Bill 2014 is a case in point If the bill is passed the minimum number of workers to be employed for a unit to be defined as a factory could be doubled freeing several enterprises from having to comply with the Factories Act which relates to safety working conditions and welfare of employees Such a reform is intended to please Indian entrepreneurs and also probably attract foreign investors to “Make in India” While this is a contentious issue given the relatively small number of workers in the formal sector it is not revolutionary And neither was the abolition of the Planning Commission which was not the kind of Soviet institution the media depicted it to be but a useful body that will not be easy to replace Gradually many commentators have come to the conclusion that Modi’s economic reforms are a continuation of the UPA government’s (after all both are pro-liberalisation) but are not as ambitious as those of UPA 1 And that his greatest impact has not been in the domestic sphere but in the realm of foreign policy But the impact of his line of conduct in India should not be underestimated Indeed major changes are taking place though they have less to do with policy than politics The concentration of power in the hands of the prime minister is a case in point It has reached unprecedented proportions if one goes by the BJP’s own tradition as a party where the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-LK Advani collegial modus operandi echoed the RSS’s disregard for the personalisation of power The new trend results primarily from the docility of the BJP parliamentary party Senior leaders have been denied tickets and newcomers (including many Congress turncoats) who owe direct allegiance to Modi have been hand-picked Indeed in the Lok Sabha elections Modi supporters may have voted more for him than for their member of Parliament who was likely elected because of Modi’s appeal The PM controls not only the parliamentary group but also the government in a rather unusual manner He has been able to give key portfolios to a handful of loyalists and the prime minister’s office relates directly to bureaucrats and short-circuits senior ministers who in some cases could not even select their own principal secretaries without PMO approval Finally while the BJP’s intra-party elections have always been more meaningful than the Congress’s Modi has been able to push the appointment of his closest associate as party president The state elections in Haryana and Maharashtra have strengthened Modi’s influence over the party since they have shown that while the BJP lost most of the seats it contested during the bypolls in Uttar Pradesh Bihar and Uttarakhand the results were much better when Modi was campaigning as he did in Maharashtra and Haryana In both states Modi saturated the public space by orchestrating well-oiled communication campaigns The long-term implications of this personalisation of power may be an eventual de-institutionalisation of the BJP in the same way that Indira Gandhi made the Congress apparatus redundant This trend was already apparent during the general election campaign when the teams that canvassed for Modi were not organically related to the Sangh Parivar The biggest of these parallel power structures was the Citizens for Accountable Governance But there were others including the Modi4PM fund and Mission 272+ Such concentration of power may lead to more effective governance and improve the work culture of the bureaucracy but the fact that many decisions will have to wait for clearances at the top may also delay the decision-making process The counter-productive impact of such centralisation could be of a larger magnitude if like under Indira Gandhi federal principles are undermined and chief ministers are once again appointed by the PM One tends to assume that reforms not made in the first 100 days of a new government remain dead letters This is probably why Vajpayee made the audacious (revolutionary) decision to have nuclear tests a few weeks after taking over India’s second BJP prime minister appears to be following a different path In terms of policies the pace of reform may even be slower than that during UPA 1 (when so many changes took place in India) but in terms of politics the new dispensation may presidentialise the regime at the expense of the checks and balances offered by democratic party systems This evolution may reach its logical conclusion even sooner if “reforms” diminish the judiciary’s independence another balancing power centre the Lokpal does not materialise and the opposition remains weak The writer is senior research fellow at CERI-Sciences Po/ CNRS Paris professor of Indian politics and sociology at King’s India Institute London Princeton Global Scholar and non-resident scholar at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsThe White House has warned that seriousrepercussions are in store for US-Pakistan relations unless Islamabad detains and charges freed Islamist militant Hafiz Saeed accused of masterminding a shocking multi pronged assault on several locations in India’s financial capital Mumbai in 2008 "(Hafiz) Saeed’s release after Pakistan’s failure to prosecute or charge him sends a deeply troubling message about Pakistan’s commitment to (combating) international terrorism and belies Pakistani claims that it will not provide sanctuary for terrorists on its soil” the White House said in a statement “If Pakistan does not take action to lawfully detain Saeed and charge him for his crimes its inaction will have repercussions for bilateral relations and for Pakistan’s global reputation” the Trump government said late Saturday afternoon Eastern Time White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the US is urging Saeed’s "immediate re-arrest and prosecution" A triumphant Hafiz Saeed waves outside a court in Lahore soon after his release last week AP Saeed is (allegedly) the founder of a banned group linked to the 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed 168 people He has been designated a terrorist by the US Justice Department and the US has a $10 million reward for information leading to his arrest and conviction Saeed was released before dawn on Friday after a three-judge panel in Pakistan ended his detention in the eastern city of Lahore The move outraged both US and Indian authorities Saeed’s spokesman Yahya Mujahid called it a "victory of truth" "Hafiz Saeed was under house arrest on baseless allegations and jail officials came to his home last night and told him that he is now free" he said Saeed ran the Jamaat-ud-Dawa organization widely believed to be a front for the Lashkar-e-Taiba militant group which India says was behind the Mumbai attack Pakistan has been detaining and freeing Saeed off and on since the attack The Trump administration has been intensifying pressure on Pakistan to fight extremists and drive them from hideouts in Pakistani territory The campaign appeared to produce some success this year when Pakistani security forces assisted with the release of a Taliban-held US-Canadian family after five years in captivity However US officials cautioned that move needed to be followed by additional measures to prove the country’s commitment Pakistani Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said during a visit to Washington in October that Pakistan was willing to cooperate fully with the Trump administration He said Pakistan had wiped out militant hideouts with little help from the US, I was really chubby. 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the SAD-BJP combine has demolished several myths and proved almost all pollsters wrong. while also asserting that her government will not allow setting up of a chemical hub at Nandigram or Nayachar.

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