Monthly Archive: June 2018
Received phone call from Education Min.He assured he’ll meet me on July 3&find solution to my problem.He apologised when I told him of injustice done to me by Edu Dept:Uttara Pant Bahuguna
Received phone call from Education Min.He assured he’ll meet me on July 3&find solution to my problem.He apologised when I told him of injustice done to me by Edu Dept:Uttara Pant Bahuguna,teacher suspended by
#Uttarakhand CM after she argued with him on June 28 over her transfer
Renu Desai is back in news. She recently grabbed the headlines for her engagement to a Maharashtrian, whose identity is yet to be revealed. She was not only flooded with congratulatory messages but also a lot of flak for her decision to begin a new innings. To stop fans from harassing Renu, even her former husband Pawan Kalyan shared a warm message on his Twitter timeline. However, Renu felt harassed and she decided to turn her Instagram settings to priovate while deciding to deactivate her Twitter account to avoid any backlash.
However, she also decided not to let down her fans and thus held a live video chat show with fans with her good friend Swapna minutes after her engagement.
While fielding questions on her private life, engagement and kids…one of Pawan fans wanted to know if she would cut off ties with the power star, her former husband. Renu was quick to dispel his fears saying she had no option but to stay in touch with Kalyan as he was her kids’ father and that the duo (Renu and Pawan) had to share the responsibility of bringing them up.
It’s a known fact that Renu Desai was trolled on twitter and received threat calls from unknown people claiming to be fans of Pawan Kalyan when she officially made her engagement announcement.
Renu Desai and Pawan Kalyan worked together as lead couple in two films Badri and Johnny. Both the films turned out to be blockbuster hits at the box office. They got married in 2009 but due to diffferences, they parted ways in the year 2012. They have two children Aadhya Konidela and Akira Nandan.
Patna: A Dalit man was shot dead for dancing at a wedding in a village in Bihar. Half a dozen vehicles were damaged in the ensuing protest, police said today.
Naveen Manjhi belonged to the Musahar community, one of the most marginalised among the Dalits. He was shot in Abhi Chapra village in Saraiya last night.
According to the police, Naveen was warned against dancing by some people at the wedding, but he continued. Someone from the crowd then fired at Naveen who died on the spot. His death led to clashes between villagers and the wedding party.
Angry villagers set vehicles on fire, beat up guests at the wedding and even attacked the bride’s house.
The situation is tense but under control. We have deployed police in the village, Deputy Superintendent of Police Shanjar Jha said. The man’s body has been sent for post-mortem and investigations are on.
Mohammad Alauddin, Saraiya police station in charge, told IANS that raids have been conducted to identify and arrest the accused. (IANs)
Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released a framework for bank auditors that proposes enforcement action on auditors if they are found lapsing in their duties. According to RBI, the grades enforcement action framework for bank auditors is “with a view to instituting a transparent mechanism to examine accountability of SAs (statutory auditors) in a consistent manner”.
RBI targeting auditors is a departure from its earlier stance where it typically held only banks responsible for asset classification and bad loan divergences observed during inspection. This means that in instances of divergences, bank auditors too would be questioned, examined and later penalised if found lapsing.
In 2017, the central bank asked three private banks-Yes Bank Ltd, Axis Bank Ltd and ICICI Bank Ltd-to disclose bad loan divergences, while the conduct of bank auditors was taken up by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in India (ICAI).
In its annual report for 2016-17, Yes Bank said its bad loan classification at the end of March 2016 varied from that of RBI’s by ₹ 4,176 crore. This was 558% more than the ₹ 748.9 crore of bad loans it had reported for that year. Similarly, Axis Bank’s bad loan divergence was 156%, or ₹ 9,478 crore, in FY16 while ICICI Bank’s was 19.5%, or ₹ 5,105 crore.