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which on Monday registered a case with the police cyber cell. who have already booked semifinal berths in the Indian Super League (ISL), Stoinis has a single one-day international for Australia to his name, Genuine decontrol requires imports of petrol and diesel being opened up to all players,Bang! and theyll come quietly with their hands in the air Last weektwo cabinet ministers apologised unconditionally for includingin a school texta classic work by the father of Indian cartooning Perhaps it is the insipid air of this rollback Raj or rollover Raj that urged the Norwegian government to try its luck with a statement which is partly an appeal to ethics and partly a simple threat But it doesnt hold water The argument suggests that the sovereign right of Norway has been impugned because its people hold a majority stake in Telenorvia the state The Supreme Court scrapped 22 licences held by Uninora joint venture between Telenor and Unitech Wireless In Telenors viewthe floor price of fresh auctions is set too high While it is not exiting Indiathe company has set the book value of its Indian holdings at zero If it is not compensated or otherwise accommodatedthe Norwegian people will lose the $3 billion investment it had made Thusthe sovereign right of Norway to secure the welfare of its people has been impugned Thats how the argument seems to run It would have been a reasonable plea but for a proximatepre-existing and countervailing argument to sovereignty The 2G licences were scrapped because the corruption and rigging that had attended the auction undermined the sovereignty of the Indian state and citizens Telenor was in India to benefit the Norwegian people by securing profits Uninor was its most valuable property globallydelivering 84 per cent growth in the last quarterbecause India is hosting a never-ending telecom boom while the market in Telenors home continent is saturated and sluggishthanks to the recession and resulting political uncertainties in the European Union These gains have now been lost On the other handIndia auctioned spectrum to raise revenues and deliver best value to consumers by widening the field and increasing competition The government lost potential revenues due to alleged fixing and the consumer may not have got the best mix of providers This is not a criticism of Telenor in particularsince Uninor was noted for innovative marketing strategies featuring cheap talktime In Pakistanits wholly owned operation is the fastest growing in the country thanks to similar strategies Perhaps they were providing good value in India but without fresh auctionsit would be impossible to ascertain if the best possible mix of providers had been chosen Both for the state and the citizenthe sovereignty to make advantageous choices had been undermined And within Indiaconcern for Indian sovereignty must trump an argument for Norwegian sovereignty Norway may have used this argument to increase pressure on the governmentbut the only real issue iscan a foreign investor seek reparation or advantage from the government purely on financial grounds in the event of policy change or policy hiatus Logicallyyessince the government is party to foreign-backed venturesin the sense that it negotiatesdevelops or lays down the rubric within which they are to operateand guarantees services and protection If the rubric changesyou could argue that its maintainer must pay for it What Telenor has suffered in the course of the 2G scamor the uncertainty faced by Subhash Ghais Whistling Woods International Institutewhich must vacate the land it operates fromstems from intervention by the courts in cases of impropriety Herethe government is devalued and appears to be reduced to the status of just another partyvulnerable to legal attack for reparation If policy uncertainties become routineinjured parties may feel inclined to rise to the bait [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Published: March 29 2017 7:43 pm Mission Impossible 6 will reprise many characters from Rogue Nation and Ghost Protocol Related News Tom Cruise had already given a sigh of relief to his fans when he announced that he would be a part of Mission Impossible 6 last year Now the Hollywood actor has given more reasons to feel excited about his film especially to his fans in India Tom Cruise will be shooting a portion of the film in India Tracking-Board’s Jeff Sneider shared “Mission: Impossible 6 filming in London India Paris & New Zealand Will be released in IMAX 3D on July 27 2018 NO MENTION of Renner” Well that’s definitely something to celebrate for Tom’s Indian fans The news of the film being released in IMAX format was announced during Paramount’s presentation at CinemaCon which was held yesterday in Las Vegas Check out the tweet here: Mission: Impossible 6 filming in London India Paris & New Zealand Will be released in IMAX 3D on July 27 2018 NO MENTION of Renner — Jeff Sneider (@TheInSneider) March 29 2017 Tom had earlier promised that the sixth instalment of his Mission Impossible franchise would have incredible stunts more intense than what we’ve seen in the previous films and also have an entertaining and compelling story Apart from Tom the film will star Rebecca Ferguson as Ilsa Faust Ving Rhames as Luther Stickell Simon Pegg as Benji Dunn Alec Baldwin as Alan Hunley and Sean Harris as Solomon Lane Interestingly Ving Rhames is one of the actors who has appeared in all the Mission Impossible films However there is no confirmation if Jeremy Renner would continue to be a part of the franchise The actor had appeared in the fourth and fifth films in the series Also read |Mission Impossible 6: Tom Cruise training for a year is most impressive part saysproducer Mission Impossible 6 which will be directed by Christopher McQuarrie is set to begin shooting from April 10 this year in Paris London and New Zealand It is set to release on July 27 2018 For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: August 28 2017 9:14 am Nathan Lyon scalped his 250th Test wicket (Source: AP) Related News Playing their first Test match after a period of 11 years Bangladesh dominated the first day After winning the toss Bangladesh put up a great with the bat as Tamil Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan forged a 155-run partnership to steer their score to 260 Tamim and Shakib scored their 23rd and 22nd Test half-centuries respectively Nathan Lyon and Ashton Agar both scalped three wickets each Meanwhile Lyon became the second Australian spinner to take 250 Test wickets In reply Australia lost three wickets in 10 balls While David Warner’s performance in the sub-continent still continues to be a worry for the Aussies as the left-handed was dismissed for just eight runs Australia are still 242 runs behind Bangladesh’s first innings score Bangladesh vs Australia 1st Test Day 1 TEAMS: Bangladesh:Mushfiqur Rahim (c) Tamim Iqbal Soumya Sarkar Imrul Kayes Shakib Al Hasan Mehidy Hasan Miraz Nasir Hossain Shafiul Islam Mustafizur Rahman Taijul Islam Mominul Haque Australia XI:Steve Smith (c) David Warner Matthew Renshaw Usman Khawaja Peter Handscomb Glenn Maxwell Matthew Wade Ashton Agar Pat Cummins Nathan Lyon Josh Hazlewood For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Sonup Sahadevan | Mumbai | Updated: January 17 2017 6:57 pm Zaira Wasim had spoken about being threatened and bullied in 2015 when she started shooting for Dangal On Monday she took to social media to post an apology that she later deleted Related News After reading Zaira Wasim’s open apology on Facebook my mind raced back to an old interview of hers conducted by a wire agency way back in December 2015 Dangal was still a year away and Zaira Wasim and her precocious talent were yet to gain the spotlight But that didn’t deter the 16-year old from highlighting her real fears in one of her earliest ever interviews The young girl was candid enough to admit that she was trolled bullied and threatened the moment news about her film shoot became public knowledge WATCH |Actor Aamir Khan Defends Dangal Girl Zaira Wasim: Here’s What He Said “Some nasty comments about me were posted on social media Aamir Khan and the rest of the crew helped me I am still getting comments from unknown persons but I believe in positivity and have learned how to deal with such comments” Zaira recollected in that interview Now a comment like this in today’s circumstances would have become a screaming headline but back then because Zaira Wasim was still an unknown face no one cared two hoots about her fears None of her later interviews during the film’s promotional blitzkrieg focused on this issue even while it kept its presence felt in a latent manner And once Aamir jumped into the fray to promote Dangal call it the nature of the beast it was only the superstar and his fat-to-fit video and his thoughts on demonetisation that really mattered to all of us What we really forgot to check is whether trolls and faceless bullies had stopped troubling Zaira on social media One can’t also discount the fact that Aamir then had a huge role to play in keeping Zaira cool calm and composed as is evident from her interview No wonder one never saw any uncanny outbursts from the teenage actor on social media even though trolls kept coming her way So what exactly went wrong yesterday I am most curious to know as to why Zaira didn’t consult her father figure Aamir Khan before writing out a Facebook apology Did she or didn’t she In an age where a celebrity’s every move is dictated by her team of professional managers and publicists rarely does one come across an aberration that can snowball into a controversy Celebs are very particular about what they post on social media and almost every announcement every news broken via Twitter is only done after careful and detailed consultation with their image and celeb managers And that applies to each and every celeb in Bollywood unless of course you are Salman Khan For the moment it is not clear which PR agency represents Zaira But since she is the protagonist of Aamir Khan’s next production ‘Secret Superstar’ it would not be too far fetched to hazard a guess that actress is still under Aamir’s care and concern But for the moment Mr Perfectionist has chosen to maintain radio silence Also read:Dangal girl Zaira Wasim apologises and deletes post writes a justification and deletes ittoo Another issue that needs some understanding is the reason behind acting in Bollywood films being looked down upon in the Valley While we may have no clear answers my mind goes back again to Zaira’s interview where she admits that convincing her own parents to let her act especially since she was a Kashmiri was quite a task WATCH |Dangal Girl Zaira Wasim Posts Apology On Facebook Without Saying What It Is For Points the article out – Like other parents Zaira too had to convince her parents to support her decision to act in the film more so being from Kashmir In Zaira’s own words “It was my school principal and my aunt who supported my decision They both convinced my parents and handled the situation very well” Why is acting frowned upon Also read:Anupam Kher lauds Dangal girl Zaira Wasim’s strength: ‘You are my rolemodel’ All said and done eventually taking your frustration out on social media especially when you are famous is not the wisest thing to do But to err is human and Zaira at 16 is as human as you can get And one can only hope that she is able to put this controversy behind her back in a jiffy Read Zaira Wasim’s original Facebook post which was later deleted from her account? download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AFP | Pallekele | Published: September 4, We met in a pub called Blacks, Yuvraj had reached his half-century that day 17 years ago by thumping full delivery from Glenn McGrath and sending the ball crashing into the straight boundary before the Australian legend had finished his follow-through. “The most important thing was we imposed our will on the game and we had the game at our pace, said he was delighted to fulfill his childhood dream of playing for the 1991 winners of Europe’s elite club competition.


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