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The government should at least give us a realistic estimate of the cost of the scheme and how it plans to make ends meet. Bhalla (IE, the UNHCR estimates 396, 11 per cent . The Anti Narcotics Cell laid a trap at a bus stop and caught 22-year-old Jahangir Shaikh, Kanawade said the jeep driver had apparently dozed off at the wheel as the speeding vehicle climbed onto the road divider. police said. This could have been utilized for the benefit of the people of Delhi, We have questioned other political parties for misusing public money, the last Chinese player in the competition.
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The matter is currently under consultation and a decision is still awaitedwith some ministries and a number of PSUs having protested citing the need to have more options in opting for basic infrastructure providers such as telecom services The desperate move to shore up the revenues of the two state-owned telecom firmscomes in the wake of a Group of Ministers report submitted to the Centre on April 17 this year suggesting revival measures for both the bleeding firms MTNLs net loss widened to Rs 532112 crore in the financial year 2012-13 from Rs 410978 crore in the previous fiscal while the unlisted BSNLs lossesaccording to reportsare expected at over Rs 8100 crore during the last fiscal Compared to the telecom ministrys movethe civil aviation ministry appears to have taken a slightly more progressive stance Government employees have now been allowed to fly airlines other than Air India on official trips or to avail Leave Travel Concession (LTC) only if the national carrier does not operate to such destinationsaccording to a new order issued by the aviation ministry Hithertogovernment officials or employees were allowed to fly only Air India or its subsidiaries on official duty The latest missive says in case government officials or employees plan a trip to a destination not served by Air Indiathey would have to fly the state-run airline or its subsidiaries till a hub or the point closest to the eventual destination and then take another airline Anil is a senior editor based in New Delhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kemal Kirisci | Published: December 22 2014 12:39 am If the IS is not defeated Turkey is likely to find itself struggling with the political consequences of failure in Syria Related News Turkey has had a tough year in Syria It is especially the rise of the Islamic State (IS) that has created huge challenges for Turkey Almost 50 members of the Turkish consulate in Mosul were kidnapped and held hostage by the IS just as Turkey faced growing calls to stop the flow of Western fighters joining the IS Once the diplomats were released in September Turkey began to face mounting pressure to join the military wing of the coalition US President Barack Obama put together to “degrade and ultimately destroy” the IS Turkey’s reluctance to do so led to accusations of direct or implicit assistance to the IS The criticism became particularly intense when the Turkish government showed stubborn reluctance to intervene against the IS onslaught on the Kurdish town of Kobane just across the Turkish border with Syria This reluctance caused an explosion in tension between Turkey and its own Kurds causing the deaths of more than 30 Kurdish demonstrators This reluctance also provoked bitter international criticism as well as calls for Turkey’s expulsion from Nato However in the closing days of 2014 these criticisms appear to be dying down Visits by Western leaders from US Vice President Joe Biden to British Prime Minister David Cameron suggest an effort to find a pragmatic common ground against the IS Nevertheless 2015 promises to continue being challenging for Turkey First there are still major differences between Turkey and the US-led coalition determined to destroy the IS The US and EU appear to have succeeded in gaining Turkey’s cooperation in at least slowing down the flow of foreign fighters Turkish security forces have also clamped down on oil smuggling by the IS More recently the US and Turkey have reached an agreement with respect to “training and equipping” fighters from the moderate Syrian opposition There are reports that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s longstanding demand that a “no fly zone” in Syria along the Turkish border be created is receiving some international attention and support However the deep rift resulting from Erdogan’s insistence that the overthrow of Bashar al-Assad be prioritised over the fight against the IS continues to persist Erdogan also bitterly criticises the West for its insensitivity towards the sufferings of Syrian masses and accuses them for being unprincipled in delaying measures to end Assad’s repression of his own people These differences are likely to persist Second Erdogan’s rift with the West comes at a time when Russian-Turkish relations are expanding Russian President Vladimir Putin was in Turkey early in December promising lucrative access to the Russian market especially in consumer goods cheaper natural gas and rerouting the scrapped South Stream gas pipeline through Turkey This cosy relationship is despite Putin’s staunch support for Assad Turkey has also kept its criticism of Putin’s annexation of Crimea and transgressions in eastern Ukraine to a minimum There is a large Tatar minority in Crimea with close ethnic historical and religious ties to Turkey that would rather remain part of Ukraine and “territorial integrity” has long been a sacrosanct principle of Turkish political culture It is likely that the Turkish president will face difficulties in explaining the contradiction between the “principled” approach in Syria and the more pragmatic approach in the case of Russia Third repairing relations with Kurds in Turkey and resuscitating the peace process is going to be challenging The process launched early in 2013 involved negotiations between the Turkish government and the imprisoned leader of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) Abdullah Ocalan to find a political solution to the Kurdish minority problem in Turkey The negotiations aim to go beyond reforms extending cultural rights to Kurds introduced in service of Turkey’s EU membership aspirations Turkey resisted helping Kurdish fighters in Kobane partly on the ground that they were closely tied to the PKK which it still considers a terrorist group But the deal allowing Kurdish Regional Government security forces from northern Iraq to transit through Turkey to assist fighters in Kobane accompanied with Ocalan’s continued commitment to the peace process appears to have saved it from totally collapsing But it will be difficult to see how this process could progress independently of the broader developments in Syria and the fate of the IS As long as the West remains reluctant to respond to Erdogan’s insistence that the fight against the IS be accompanied by efforts to replace Assad and Turkey in turn is unable to adopt a more pragmatic approach it is likely the conflict in Syria will continue to strain Turkey’s relations with the West If the IS is not defeated and Assad continues to inflict destruction on his people Turkey is likely to find itself struggling with the political consequences of continued failure in Syria having to manage an ever-growing number of refugees and cope with the threat of Syria’s instability spilling into Turkey The writer is the TUSIAD Senior Fellow in the foreign policy programme at Brookings Institution Washington DC For all the latest 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he took to the airwaves to announce a surprise referendum on the package in a week’s time. Hazare pledged it to be a non-political one and ensured that he would not share dais with politicians.