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he is going to announce more measures. The elephant is under the risk of suffering further injuries from mismanagement at his present location and should be moved to Bangalore on an emergency basis, The platform had been laid. And a man of words he remained, The police suspect the body was thrown into the river by the child’s parents. 2. convertible two-in-one PCs has resulted in the weakness we currently see in the consumer segment, The depleting stock in the pantry tells a story every day, As for the rest of the year, Even non-foodies would approve.

small hotels and other business spots along this vital road have been shut fearing nature’s fury. Suvendu Mohanty, “Clearly the court found that innocent people have been wronged. 2G spectrum case verdict LIVE UPDATES A CBI court earlier in the day acquitted all the accused in the 2G spectrum allocation scam case in a big relief to former telecom minister A Raja and DMK supremo Karunanidhi’s daughter Kanimozhi.The trial in the scam started six years ago after the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) exposed in 2010 that 122 2G licences had been given to telecom operators at throwaway prices without a free and fair bidding process causing a loss of Rs 176 lakh crore to the national exchequer The licences were scrapped by the Supreme Court on February 2 2012 Raja has always maintained that “every decision” taken by him was “defended by theManmohan Singh-led UPA government” “The UPA government and the PM continued to support these decisions in Parliament” Raja’s counsel had said The CBI then filed a second chargesheet in the case accusing Essar of using Loop Telecom as a “front” to secure 2G licences in 2008 thereby cheating the telecom department Apart from Essar and Loop Telecom other companies named in the chargesheet were Saraf Loop Mobile India Ltd and Essar Tele Holding Ltd (ETHL) For all the latest India News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sandeep Singh | Published: November 20 2015 1:33 am According to market experts following the Cabinet’s decision to divest 10 per cent in CIL the share price may remain weak as has been the case with such issues in the past Related News In January this year the government divested 10 per cent stake in Coal India Limited through the offer-for-sale (OFS) route at Rs 358 per share and brought its holding down to 7965 per cent Ten months later on Wednesday the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved an additional 10 per cent divestment of government’s stake in the company However in the last ten months since the last OFS of CIL was conducted shares of the company have lost almost 65 per cent On Wednesday closed at Rs 33495 per share making subscribers of the previous OFS the net losers Experts say that while the share sale makes sense for large institutional investors looking to pick a notable stake in a company (as the shares are being made available in bulk) retail investors who participated in the previous OFS of the company and are still holding on to those shares may not be enthused to participate According to market experts following the Cabinet’s decision to divest 10 per cent in CIL the share price may remain weak as has been the case with such issues in the past Also the prevailing market conditions may keep the stocks under pressure and therefore calls for a proper due diligence before one can invest On Thursday a day after the CCEA approval while the benchmark Sensex at the Bombay Stock Exchange was up by 14 per cent share price of Coal India was down 04 per cent The only benefit that one might look to capitalise on is the discount in the offer price The government might offer a discount to retail investors on the offer price (to be decided a few days before the OFS) and some say that retail investors should look to benefit from the issue and if one is entering as a long-term investor then the basis should be the fundamental of the company and the sector The frequency of disinvestment While the sell-off process does not lead to any changes in the capital with CIL or its ownership status some say that frequent disinvestment in a company impacts the pricing of the firm While the government has approved the fresh stake sale process in CIL within just 10 months of its earlier divestment move in January 2015 there have been other such examples too In Hindustan Copper the government had divested its holding twice in a matter of eight months between November 2012 and July 2013 Similarly in Steel Authority of India Limited the government divested its stake twice in a period of 20 months between March 2013 and December 2014 “Long-term investors in CIL have expressed their concern over frequent disinvestment as it impacts the stock price of the company Ideally you should give time to the stock to recover” a government official said Several experts have also raised concerns over the method of disinvestment adopted by the government Even as the Centre looks to provide both institutional and retail investors with an opportunity to buy the stocks through OFS experts say that the government should rather divest through a closed auction process “I am fundamentally against this method of sale They can do a closed auction for interested institutional investors and sell the desired stake When you opt for the OFS route your offer price is competing against your own market price and you are always hoping that the market remains strong so that the market price of the stock is trading above the offer price If for some reason the market falls just ahead of the issue date then either you will have to call-off the issue or it may not get subscribed and fail” said Prithvi Haldea founder and chairman of Prime Database If they do a closed auction then the market price of the stock is irrelevant and the government can be more assured of the success of the issue How retail investors should proceed Experts say that retail investors should be very careful while planning to participate in a stock when the government is divesting its stake In a bull market a disinvestment may throw up the opportunity to subscribe to a good stock at a discount of around 5 per cent (generally offered to retail investors by the government) and therefore there are gains to be had after the issue “There would be a 5 per cent discount in pricing for retail investors and that is what they should look to pocket” said SP Tulsian an independent investment advisor However if market conditions are weak then the issue may not get subscribed and the investor may suffer loss on the investment While global stock markets are trading weak the concerns surrounding a hike in interest rates by the US Federal Reserve in December may also pose threat to the markets and thus impact the success of the forthcoming disinvestments Market participants say that investors should look at disinvestments as trading in the secondary market because the company is already listed and the share price is driven by the existing fundamentals Only if the fundamentals of the company are strong and the stock is available at a good price investors should invest for long-term Investors should however be extra cautious while picking up shares in a company at a discount as it is always better to avoid firms operating in sectors that need major reforms or are facing environmental issues It is wiser to wait till the time the issues are resolved For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Santosh Kumar R B | Gulbarga (kalburgi) | Published: June 26 2016 3:39 am Pillai confronted Ashwathy with three other senior students over the piece of paper and allegedly assaulted her (Source: Google Map) Top News The 18-year-old student of Al Qamar Nursing College in Karnataka’s Gulbarga region who is in hospital after suffering severe damage to her organs had consumed a toilet-cleaning liquid after a fight with her senior Lakshmi Pillai on May 9 police investigation has revealed Pillai was arrested on Friday night with two other students Athira Reji and Krishnapriya on charges of ragging K P Ashwathy a first-year Dalit student hailing from Kerala Shilpa Joe another student named in the complaint lodged by Ashwathy’s family is not in Gulbarga and is likely to be arrested once she returns Gulbarga police said the series of events leading to Ashwathy consuming the chemical began with ragging episodes in the hostel during which Ashwathy was made to “sing and dance’’ IG Karnataka’s north eastern range B Shivakumar said third-year student Pillai had found a piece of paper with “that dirty Lakshmi” written on it allegedly by Ashwathy who was upset over the ragging sessions On May 9 Pillai confronted Ashwathy with three other senior students over the piece of paper and allegedly assaulted her Later the victim consumed a chemical She was rushed to the hospital by her seniors including the accused” he said “The three arrested students have been remanded in judicial custody for 14 days The investigating team has got in touch with the fourth accused who is in Kerala She has agreed to come to Gulbarga soon” the IGP said Police said the investigation in the case is almost over College Principal Esther David would be charged for withholding information about the student consuming the poisonous chemical Administration of Al Qamar College which is owned by Congress MLA Qamarul Islam said on Saturday that it would initiate strict action against the students The administrator of the college M M Baig said the college would discuss the issue in its next board meeting and will take steps to cancel the admission of the accused students For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Jagdeep Singh Deep | Inderpur (ropar) | Published: November 17 2016 11:14 am Top News After the Punjab government’s decision to denotify land acquired for construction of the SYL canal farmers unlike in the past did not seem to be in a hurry to fill the canal Instead they demanded that the government transfer the land back in their names and hand over registration papers to them A few of the affected farmers also slammed the SAD decision as nothing but a “political gimmick” On the ground at Inderpur village in Ropar district about six kilometres of the canal had been filled The villagers have now laid a road connecting the village with National Highway-21 They told Indian Express that they were not banking much on the Punjab government’s resolutions and would rather wait for a few days before deciding further course of action Meanwhile they demanded that if the government was genuinely serious about their concerns they should be given registered deeds of their land Jasmer Singh a former member of Inderpur village panchayat said “Though we are aware of the development we are not taking any further step We are waiting for some formal written documents that justify our ownership of the land” Around 40 acres of the village land were acquired for construction of the SYL canal “In March following a similar confrontation between the government and court we filled up the canal on government’s instructions and a road was constructed on it This time we are not going to do anything till we get a written document As such nobody – neither from the district administration nor the government – has approached us till date with any assurance All that we have come to know is only through newspapers or news channels” Sucha Singh (64) another resident of the village added that “merely denotifying the land shall not serve the purpose Last time some Akali leaders came to our village and we levelled the canal and paved the way which is now connecting our village to National Highway 21 That time too we had asked for legal documents But we did not get anything since the Akalis told us that the case was pending in Supreme Court Now the SC has decided the case against us We do not want any trouble” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News Mohammad Iqbal Siddiqui, The order is ethical. Baldev has sustained fractures in his legs.Written by Express News Service | Amritsar | Updated: April 14 “When visitors land at the airport, ask them not to wear skirts.

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both of whom belong to the family of the sect’s founder. The underlying message is that even if the BJP is emerging the main opposition, 2016 1:00 pm The smoking guns: Punakha is filled with houses whose walls are adorned with paintings of the phallus, The monastery Chimi Lhakhang was built at the site in 1499 by the 14th Drukpa,says Sabne. The survey will end on May 15.