Monday, May 8, 2017

MAY TALKS WITH MACRON

British Prime Minister Theresa May told the French President-elect, Emmanuel Macron, that she looks forward to work with him on a range of shared issues and reiterated the UK’s desire to have a strong partnership with the EU after its exit from the economic bloc.
May had called Macron to congratulate him on his election victory and the two leaders briefly talked about Brexit among other bilateral issues, Downing Street said. “The leaders briefly discussed Brexit and the Prime Minister reiterated that the UK wants a strong partnership with a secure and prosperous EU once we leave,” a Downing Street spokesperson said.

KASHMIR IG REPORTS 200 ACTIVE MILITANTS

95 Kashmiri youth have joined militancy during the last one year, raising to 200 the total strength of the militants active in the valley, a senior police official said in Srinagar today.
“There are over 200 militants active in Kashmir. 95 youth have joined the militant ranks in the past year,” Inspector General of Police (Kashmir) S J M Gillani told reporters.
He said while 110 militants are locals, rest of them are foreigners.
On the social media ban imposed by the government, Gillani said impact of the ban will be assessed at the end of the one-month period.
“After the one-month period (is over), the ban on social media will be reviewed,” he said.
The state government imposed a ban on 22 websites and social media applications last month as it believed that these platforms were being misused by inimical elements to stoke trouble in Kashmir. Rediffmail

AAM AADMI PARTY CLAIM REFUTES KAPIL

Aam Aadmi Party  former water minister Kapil Mishra has refuted claims by the party that he is acting at the behest of the BJP against Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.
In hurried press conference in the national capital, Mishra said, “Saying I am colluding with the BJP is baseless. Everyone knows I have been the most vocal critic of the BJP and Modi-ji in AAP. I am not a BJP agent.”
Challenging the AAP leaders to expel him from the party, he said he would never quit the party. There is a AAP PAC meeting at 7 pm. I challenge them to expel me from the party. I have been getting threat calls and messages on my phone,” he said.
“Tomorrow I have got an appointment with the CBI at 11.30 am. I will officially lodge an FIR and be present as a witness.  Let files and documents of all ministers be made public, then we shall see who should be suspended.
He said election funding was misused during the Punjab elections by the AAP and there was rampant corruption during the Punjab polls.
Mishra has alleged that Kejriwal took Rs 2 crore bribe in cash in front of him from AAP minister Satyendra Jain accused by CBI of money laundering.

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SUPER BOXING LEAGUE UNVEIL TEAMS AND SCHEDULE FOR INDIA’S FIRST EVER BOXING LEAGUE


Super Boxing League unveil teams and schedule for India’s first ever boxing league
Mumbai, May 8, 2017: The boxing fever is soon to grip India with its first ever Super Boxing League (SBL) to be held in New Delhi from July 7 to August 12, 2017. The league is being organised by British businessman Bill Dosanjh, also the founder and promoter of successful Super Fight League and professional boxing sensation & two-time world champion boxer, Amir Khan.
Eight teams comprising of 96 pugilists will come together for twelve league level matches from July 7-30, 2017 followed by two semi finals on the 5th and 6th August and the grand finale on the 12th August, 2017.
The eight teams of the inaugural edition of SBL are Mumbai Assassins, Delhi Gladiators, Haryana Warriors, Sher-E-Punjab, UP Terminators, North East Tigers, Maratha Yoddhas and Southern Super Kings.
Today’s event represents a huge step towards delivering our vision of creating an inspirational international level of contact sports in India,” said Bill Dosanjh, Owner & Promoter, Super Boxing League. “Its a great feeling to see a concept taking shape and today we have eight teams with the best of industry partners owning them. I am thankful to all team owners for believing in our vision and joining hands in delivering something which will soon be a symbol of aspiration for many young pugilists across globe.”
The eight teams participating in Super Boxing League are owned by top corporate honchos. Aditya Munjal of Hero Cycles , Arjun Jain of White Fox and Shiva Vij an industrialist from Delhi will jointly own Delhi Gladiators, Nitin Jadhav of Gajanan Oil will own Mumbai Assassins, Jaskaran Puniyani and Navraj Jaura of the Jaura Group will own UP Terminators, Southern Super Kings will be owned by Abhinandan Balasubramaniam who is also the man behind India’s first futsal league, Premier Futsal. Ajeenkya Patil of the DY Patil Group will be owning Maratha Yoddhas, the team that comes from Pune, Amit Aggarwal of S&J Granulate Solutions Pvt. Ltd. will own North East Tigers. Besides these corporate houses, SBL has a team owner who is a farmer by profession but a sport lover by passion. Karan Devgan comes on board as the owner of Haryana Warriors.
Speaking at the occasion, professional boxer and promoter of SBL, Amir Khan said, “Long-term partnerships work best for both the brand and the team, where they draw from each other’s vigour. SBL is going to be a big leap in the history of boxing and I am confident that it will become one of the most coveted title in boxing in the years to come.”
Each team at the Super Boxing League will have a squad strength of 12 boxers, including six back up boxers. A team will have a mix of five male and one female boxer and can have a maximum of three international boxers. Each action-packed weekend of SBL will see the best of 6 bouts formats across six weight categories. A bout will have 4 rounds of 3 minutes each.
SBL has roped in Sony Pictures Networks India as the broadcast partner for on-air as well as online streaming of the league. The league will be telecasted live on SONY ESPN and SONY ESPN HD at the prime time slot of 7-9:30pm over Friday, Saturday and Sunday and will be live streamed on SONY LIV.
The schedule of the matches is available on the website of Super Boxing League. For more information, please visit,www.superboxingleague.com.

EFFECTIVE GOVERNANCE WILL SUSTAIN ASIA-PACIFIC ECONOMIC GROWTH AND IMPROVE ITS QUALITY, SAYS UN REPORT

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>Effective governance will sustain Asia-Pacific economic growth and improve its quality, says UN report

Bangkok (ESCAP News) – Effective governance and improved fiscal management are essential to sustaining robust economic growth and improving its quality, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) said in its annual flagship report launched today. The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific 2017 highlights that despite a broadly positive economic outlook for 2017, Asia-Pacific economies are vulnerable to rising global uncertainty and trade protectionism.
The region’s developing economies are projected to grow at 5.0 and 5.1 per cent in 2017 and 2018, respectively, up from 4.9 per cent last year, according to the Survey.
Economic conditions are broadly stable in China and higher value-added sectors are gradually replacing excess capacity sectors as drivers of output and employment. The continued softening of economic growth in China, projected at 6.5 per cent in 2017 against 6.7 per cent in 2016, reflects ongoing deleveraging and restructuring efforts to boost output in the medium term. Growth in India is forecast at 7.1 per cent this year as re-monetisation restores consumption, and infrastructure spending increases. Relatively higher oil prices are projected to lift economic growth in the Russian Federation by 1.1 per cent in 2017 after last year’s contraction of 0.2 per cent.
The projected moderate Asia-Pacific economic growth faces risks from rising protectionism and global uncertainty.  The Survey estimates that a steeper-than-anticipated increase in these factors could reduce average regional growth in 2017 by up to 1.2 percentage points.
Launching the Survey in Bangkok, United Nations Under-Secretary-General and ESCAP Executive Secretary Dr. Shamshad Akhtar emphasized that better governance for effective mobilization and use of fiscal resources is critical to advancing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
“As we enter the second year of the 2030 Agenda, economic growth in Asia-Pacific economies is steady but modest amid prolonged weak external demand and rising trade protectionism. Future economic growth will need to rely more on productivity gains, compared to factor accumulation,” said Dr. Akhtar.
“Sustained productivity gains, in turn, will require effective institutions and better governance, in both public and private spheres,” she added. “In addition to ensuring sustained and robust economic growth, policymakers will need to address social and environmental challenges in order to improve the quality of this growth.”
The Survey highlights the importance of effective governance and fiscal management, given the high demands on fiscal policy to address the diverse challenges to sustainable development. For instance, economic expansion has been accompanied by rising income inequality with inadequate creation of decent jobs in the region, which trails the world in social protection coverage. Developing Asia-Pacific economies also use twice as many resources per dollar of GDP as the rest of the world.
To address these challenges, the Survey calls for effective governance, in particular a proactive fiscal policy through productive investments in such areas as infrastructure, social protection and resource efficiency. Effective governance can for example, improve health outcomes in the Pacific, promote economic diversification in North and Central Asia and the creation of decent jobs in South and South-West Asia, reduce development gaps in South-East Asia and accelerate ecological innovation in East and North-East Asia.
The Survey recommends that structural reforms could complement fiscal policy and help increase potential output. It notes that governments provide an enabling environment of policies, institutions and public services that helps factor and product markets to work efficiently.
The Survey evaluates governance quality by analyzing data on rule of law, regulatory quality, control of corruption and government effectiveness. A marginal improvement of institutional quality is observed in the Asia-Pacific region, primarily from gains in East and North-East Asia and in landlocked developing countries, particularly in North and Central Asia.
The Survey finds that when institutions are weak, inequalities tend to increase and the pace of poverty reduction declines. The quality of governance also affects environmental outcomes, as reflected for instance in varying capacities to make and apply environmental rules and safeguards, and initiate ecological innovation and technological transfer.
The quality of governance also impacts revenue mobilization, as willingness to pay taxes is influenced by public perception of government expenditure efficiency. The Survey furtherhighlights the importance of transparency and accountability for better governance, and advocates for the production and dissemination of key fiscal data and development of capacity to monitor, evaluate and audit policies as essential to effective governance.
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MANIPUR ELECTION WATCH

Manipur Election Watch and Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) have analyzed all the election expenditure statements submitted after the Manipur 2017 Assembly for 60 MLAs. The expenditure limit for the Winners during the Manipur Assembly elections was Rs. 20 lakhs. These election expense documents include details of expenses on public meeting and processions, campaigning through electronic and print media, expense on campaign workers, expense on vehicles used and expense on campaign materials.
  1. Less than 50% of the Limit: Out of 60 MLAs analysed, 40(67%)  MLAs have declared election expenses of less than 50% of the expense limit in their constituency.
  2. Average Election Expenses: Based on the election expense declarations of 60 MLAs from Manipur Assembly, the average amount of money spent by them in the elections is  Rs7.93 lakhs, which is 40% of the expense limit.
  3. Party-wise Average Election Expenses: The party wise average election expenses shows that the average spending for 28 MLAs from INC is Rs 6.87lakhs (34.4% of the expense limit).  For 21 MLAs from BJP, the average election expenditure is   Rs 8.59 lakhs (43% of the expense limit), for 4 MLAs fromNPP, it is Rs 9.88 Lakhs (49% of the expense limit )and for 4 MLAs from NPF , the average election expenditure is  Rs 10.44 Lakhs (52% of the expense limit).
  1.  Top 3 MLAs with highest Election Expenses: The details of top 3 MLAs who have declared highest election expenses are given below:
S.No.NameDistrictConstituencyPartyExpense Limit(Rs.)Total expenses incurred/ authorized (Rs.)% of limit reached
1YUMNAM JOYKUMARIMPHAL WESTURIPOKNational Peoples Party20,00,000
20 Lacs+
18,75,356
18 Lacs+
94% 
2Nemcha KipgenSENAPATIKANGPOKPIBJP20,00,000
20 Lacs+
16,27,094
16 Lacs+
81% 
3Laishram Radhakishore SinghBISHNUPUROINAMBJP20,00,000
20 Lacs+
14,84,788
14 Lacs+
74% 
Table 1: Top 3 MLAs with highest election expenditure
  1. MLAs with lowest Election Expenses:  The details of top 3 MLAs who have declared lowest election expenses are given below:
S.No.NameDistrictConstituencyPartyExpense Limit(Rs.)Total expenses
incurred/ authorized (Rs.)
% of limit reached
1D. KorunthangCHANDELTENGNOUPAL(ST)INC20,00,000
20 Lacs+
2,34,834
2 Lacs+
12% 
2MUHAMMAD ABDUL NASIRTHOUBALLILONGINC20,00,000
20 Lacs+
2,62,350
2 Lacs+
13% 
3D.D. ThaisiiSENAPATIKARONG(ST)INC20,00,000
20 Lacs+
3,11,000
3 Lacs+
16% 
Table 2: Top 3 MLAs with lowest election expenditure


  1. Expense on Public Meeting, Rally, and Processions with Star Campaigners: Out of the 60 MLAs analyzed, 16 (27%) MLAs have declared that they have not spent any amount onpublic meetings, processions etc with star campaigners.
  2. Expense on Campaigning through electronic/print media: 53 (88%) MLAs have declared that they have not spent any amount on campaigning through electronic/print media.
  3. Expense on Campaign Workers: 17 (28%) MLAs have declared that they have not spent any amount on campaign workers.
  4. Expense on Vehicles used: MLAs have declared that they have not spent any amount onvehicles during the campaign.
  5. Expense on Campaign Materials.: 8 (13%) MLAs have declared that they have not spentany amount on campaign materials.

SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS OF FUNDS RAISED BY MLAS IN THE MANIPUR ASSEMBLY 2017 ELECTION


  1. Percentage break-down of funds received by MLAs: Out of the total funds received by MLAs,36% funds were raised from political parties45% were raised by MLAs themselves and19% funds were raised from other sources.
  2. MLAs Who Raised Funds from Political Parties: Out of the 60 MLAs analyzed, 27(45%) MLAshave declared that they have notreceived any funds from political parties.
  3. MLAs Who Raised Funds through any person/ company/ firm/ associations/ body of persons etc as loan, gift or donation etc: Out of the 60 MLAs analyzed, 26(43%) MLAs have declared that they have not received any funds from any person/ company/ firm/ associations/ body of persons etc as loan, gift or donation etc.
  4. Self funds used for election campaign: Out of the 60 MLAs analyzed, 4 MLAs have declared that they have not used any of their own funds for their election campaign.
  5. Average funds raised from Political Parties (Party-wise): On an average a MLA from INC raised 1.42 % of his/her election expense funds from the political party. Similarly,  on  an average  a MLA from BJP raised 68% of his/her election expense funds and  a MLA from NPP raised 45 % of their election expense funds from the political party.
  6. Average funds raised through any person/company/firm/associations/body of persons etc as loan, gift or donation etc (Party-wise): On an average a MLA from INC raised 20% of his/her election expense funds from any person/company/firm/associations/body of persons etc as loan, gift or donation. Similarly, a MLA from BJP  raised 9% of his/her election expense funds, a MLA from NPP raised  8% of his/her election expense funds, a MLA fromNPF raised 89% of his/her election expense funds and a MLA  from  LJP raised on an average 12% of their expense funds from any person/ company/ firm/ associations/ body of persons etc as loan, gift or donation.

SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS OF ELECTION EXPENSES OF MINISTERS FROM THE MANIPUR ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS, 2017


  1. Less than 50% of the Limit: Based on the election expense declarations of all 9 Ministers analysed from Manipur Assembly 2017, 7 Ministers (78%) have declared election expenses of less than 50% of the expense limit in their constituency.
  2. Average Election Expenditure: Based on the election expense declarations of all 9 Ministers from Manipur Assembly 2017, the average amount of money spent by them in the elections is  about Rs 8.13 lakhs, which is 41% of the expense limit.
  3. Top 3 Ministers with highest Election Expenditure:  The details of top 3 ministers with highest election expenditure are given below:
S.No.NameDistrictConstituencyPartyExpense LimitTotal expenses
incurred/ authorized (Rs.)
% of limit reached
1YUMNAM JOYKUMARIMPHAL WESTURIPOKNational Peoples Party20,00,000
20 Lacs+
18,75,356
18 Lacs+
94% 
2Karam ShyamIMPHAL WESTLANGTHABALLJP20,00,000
20 Lacs+
10,83,936
10 Lacs+
54% 
3N. KayisiiSENAPATITADUBI(ST)National Peoples Party20,00,000
20 Lacs+
9,63,320
9 Lacs+
48% 
Table 3: Top 3 ministers with highest election expenditure
  1. Top 3 Ministers with lowest Election Expenditure: The details of top 3 ministers with lowest election expenditure are given below:
S.No.NameDistrictConstituencyPartyExpense LimitTotal expenses
incurred/ authorized (Rs.)
% of limit reached
1THONGAM BISWAJIT SINGHIMPHAL EASTTHONGJUBJP20,00,000
20 Lacs+
3,63,269
3 Lacs+
18% 
2NONGTHOMBAM BIRENIMPHAL EASTHEINGANGBJP20,00,000
20 Lacs+
5,12,522
5 Lacs+
26% 
3Letpao HaokipCHANDELCHANDEL(ST)National Peoples Party20,00,000
20 Lacs+
5,50,083
5 Lacs+
28% 
Table 4: Top 3 ministers with lowest election expenditure


  1. Expense on Public Meeting, Rally, and Processions with Star Campaigners: 4 ministers have declared that they have not spent any amount on public meetings, processions etc with star campaigner.
  2. Expense on Public Meetings, Rally, and Processions other than the ones with Star Campaigners: minister has declared that he has not spent any amount on  public meetings, processions etc other than the ones with star campaigners
  3. Expense on Campaigning through electronic/print media: ministers have declared that they have not spent any amount on campaigning through electronic/print media.
  4. Expense on Campaign Workers: 4 Ministers have declared that they have not spent any amount on campaign workers.

SUMMARY AND HIGHLIGHTS OF FUNDS RAISED BY MINISTERS IN THE MANIPUR ASSEMBLY 2017 ELECTIONS


  1. Percentage break-down of funds received by Ministers: Out of the total funds received by Ministers, 41% funds were raised from political parties44% were raised by Ministersthemselves and 15% funds were raised from other sources.
  2. Ministers Who Raised Funds from Political Party: Out of the all 9 Ministers analyzed, 4 Ministers have declared that they have notreceived any funds from political parties.
  3. Ministers Who Raised Funds through any person/ company/ firm/ associations/ body of persons etc as loan, gift or donation etc: Out of the 9 Ministers analyzed, 4 Ministers have declared that they have not received any funds from any person/ company/ firm/ associations/ body of persons etc as loan, gift or donation etc.
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FIBA ANNOUNCES DRAW FOR BASKETBALL WORLD CUP 2019 QUALIFIERS


  • The draw for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Qualifiers was conducted yesterday in Guanghzhou, China, and was attended by former NBA superstars Scottie Pippen and Yao Ming.
  • For the first round of qualifying, India is drawn in Group C along with Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan.
  • India will now play six qualifying games between November 2017 and July 2018, three of which are likely to be played on home soil.
  • In order to qualify for the second round of qualifiers, India must finish in the top 3 of its group.
  • The second round of qualifiers will be conducted between September 2018 and February 2019, in two groups of six each. The top 3 teams from each group, along with the best fourth placed team, will qualify for the World Cup 2019 in China.
  • For the first time ever, the Asian qualifiers will now also include Oceania teams of Australia & New Zealand.
Bengaluru, 8th May 2017:  The draw for the FIBA Basketball World Cup 2019 Qualifiers was conducted yesterday, May 7, 2017, in Guaghzhou, China. The event was attended by former NBA superstars Yao Ming and Scottie Pippen.

The draw was conducted region wise, based on the new qualifying format that sees a total of eighty teams competing region wise across four regions: Africa, the Americas, Asia – Oceania, and Europe. Each team will play home and away games spanning a 15 month period, divided into six ‘qualifying windows’, vying to qualify as one of the thirty one teams that will join hosts China at the FIBA World Cup in 2019.

The Qualifiers for the Asia – Oceania region comprise the same sixteen teams that are slated to compete at the FIBA Asia Cup 2017 in Lebanon from August 10 – 20, 2017. The top seven teams from the Qualifiers will advance to play in the World Cup 2019 that will be conducted in China.

For the first round of qualifying, India has been drawn in Group C, along with Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan. Group A comprises China, New Zealand, Korea, and Hong Kong; Group B comprises Japan, Chinese Taipei, Australia, and Philippines, and Group D Comprises Iraq, Qatar, Kazakhstan, and Iran.

This will be the first time ever that the powerhouse Oceania teams of Australia and New Zealand will be competing within the Asian region.

India is currently ranked 53rd in the FIBA rankings, which renders it the third best team in its group, after Jordan (28) and Lebanon (43). The 4th team in the group, Syria, is ranked 72nd in the world.

In the first round of qualifying, India will play each of the teams in its group twice (home and away) between November 2017 and July 2018. India must finish in the top three of their group in order to qualify for the second round of qualifying.

While the venues for the first round games have not been decided yet, the schedule is as follows:

  • 23 November, 2017: Lebanon vs. India
  • 26 November, 2017: India Syria
  • 23 February, 2018: India Jordan
  • 26 February, 2018: India Lebanon
  • 28 June, 2018: Syria vs. India
  • 1 July, 2018: Jordan vs. India
In the second round of qualifying, the twelve teams that qualify from the first round will be divided into two groups of six each. Each team will play the other teams in its group twice (home and away) between September 2018 and February 2019, and the results from the first round of qualifying will also count towards the standings in the second round.

The top three teams from each group will qualify for the World Cup, along with the better fourth placed team. The World Cup is scheduled to be held in China from August 31 – September 15 2019.

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 ABOUT BASKETBALL FEDERATION OF INDIA

The Basketball Federation of India or BFI is the governing and controlling body of basketball in India, and is responsible for the development and promotion of the sport at all levels. BFI has been involved in conducting camps, clinics, events, and training sessions at its academies for the development of basketball. BFI came into being in 1935 and took complete control over Indian basketball in 1950. Prior to that time, the Indian Olympic Association handled the conduct of Indian basketball championships. Since 1950, the BFI has been conducting various such championships, from the grassroots to senior team participation in international tournaments. In addition, the BFI has been responsible for the establishment of strong sub-junior and junior level programs. The BFI has to its credit produced several international players of repute, among them 17 have been bestowed with the honour of Arjuna Awards. Earlier in June 2015, 19-year-old Satnam Singh Bhamara made history by becoming the first Indian national to be drafted by an NBA team, when he was selected by the Dallas Mavericks. More information at www.basketballfederationindia.org

KAPIL MISHRA SUBMITS ‘PROOF’

Sacked AAP Minister Kapil Mishra submitted proof to the Anti-Corruption Branch today in the alleged water tanker scam. Mr Mishra said, he met ACB officials and gave information on role of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and two of his close associates in the 400 crore tanker scam. Talking to media, he said, he gave information how investigation into tanker scam was repeatedly delayed, and how some officials tried to cover it up. Mr Mishra said he will go to the CBI next to submit proof in the case.
Meanwhile, AAP has hit back at Kapil Mishra calling him a BJP agent. Briefing media in New Delhi, AAP leader Sanjay Singh alleged that Centre is trying to destroy AAP. He said the sacked Delhi Minister is playing a game and all his charges are baseless as AAP will never tolerate corruption. He also said Mishra has failed to give a shred of proof to the ACB against Arvind Kejriwal.

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