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a makeshift left-back, (Source: Reuters) Top News Southampton’s wait for a first trophy since 1976 goes on after what manager Claude Puel described as a cruel 3-2 defeat by Manchester United in the League Cup final at Wembley on Sunday. 2015 2:40 pm Bejoy Nambiar says he is now set to make a Malayalam film. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui Related News England wicket-keeper batsman Jonny Bairstow is unlikely to earn a spot in the upcoming Champions Trophy. For all the latest Entertainment News, 2017 5:34 pm Telugu actor Brahmanandam’s assets value revealed Related News Telugu comedian Brahmanandam’s popularity among the masses is on par with leading heroes of the industry. Irrespective of who is the leading star of the film,outcome? That India still remains an important trade partnerwith the EU accounting for 26 per cent of Indias global tradeis due to the consolidation of certain products in the trade baskets on both sidessuch as automobiles and textilesand the realisation that access to Indias expanding market immunises EU manufacturers and traders from business cycle fluctuations On the Indian sideFTA and FTA-plus agreements with ASEANThailandMalaysiaSingapore and Sri Lanka have engendered a degree of scepticism about market access and FDI inflow thatin its zeal for such agreementsIndia may have given away too muchwithout getting commensurate gains Such is the feeling behind the current impasse The BTIA negotiations cover reciprocal market access for goodsservices and public procurement contracts; a framework for promotion of inward foreign investment; WTO-compliant rules that will frame bilateral tradecovering intellectual property and competition; and growth in trade in tandem with environmentalsocial and labour rights In each areaagreement still appears a bridge too far Yet some progress has been made in dismantling trade barriers on the Indian sidefor exampleon cotton exports and security requirements for telecom equipment as also on phytosanitary rules On some otherslike government procurement and the FDI cap in insuranceaction awaits denouement on related bills in Parliament Despite aggressive EU posturing on government procurement and PSU market accessthere is a presumption India is unlikely to secure reciprocal gains from relaxing market access The same sentiment of non-reciprocity in benefits rules with regard to the EUs demands for market access on legal services and accountancy services The EUs inability to relax the 20 per cent trigger on the movement of Indian professionals to the EU is hardly likely to soften the Indian position On many dynamic sectors like automobilesthere are divergent views even within the Indian auto sectorgiven that Indian manufacturers have contrary interests depending on the nature and source of their foreign collaborations It will be difficult to give facilities like tariff rate quotas to EU automobiles without having to match them for JapaneseKorean and other manufacturers Yetthis sector promises the greatest potential for the development and manufacture of smart auto componentswhich are increasingly becoming the international norm It makes it all the more important that both sides look for a mutually advantageous solution It highlights the need for a different basis on trade facilitating measures in sectors likely to be marked over time by manufacture and trade in both directions For examplethere appears to be some light on the perennial EU submission on duty reduction on wines and spiritsgiven that Diageo will be a major player on the Indian market through M&A operations A similar situation may well obtain in the IT sectorwhere Indias submission to be graded a data secure nation needs due recognition In the pharmaceuticals sectorthe fear that India will allow TRIPS-plus provisions through the backdoor needs to be discounted India is acutely conscious of the negative effect on Indias generic pharma industryparticularly HIV retro-viralsnot only within the country but also in its export destinations in Africa and elsewhere While greater market access in the EU for Indian generic pharma products is to mutual advantage and will cheapen delivery of medicinesthis cannot come at the cost of IPR protection In conclusionthe finalisation of the broad-based FTA between India and the EU has been hampered by the continued down trend in the global and European economies The fact that important sectors on both sides have been engaged in the negotiating process is a sign of the vitality of the bilateral relationship A successful outcome requires the two sides eschew needless deadlines and move forward in stages There is at present a narrowing political windowdictated by the onset of the Indian election season The writer is former Indian Ambassador to the EUBelgium and Luxembourg For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsLondon: Nick Kyrgios aimed a verbal volley at his critics after the Australian survived a warning for bad language and a third set sulk to win an explosive clash with Dustin Brown at Wimbledon on Friday Kyrgios seeded 15th has earned a reputation as one of the most volatile players on the men’s tour after a series of distasteful antics including briefly appearing to stop trying during his Wimbledon defeat against Richard Gasquet last year Nick Kyrgios of Australia against German Dustin Brown in Wimbledon 2016 AP The temperamental Australian has been equally petulant on his return to the All England Club Kyrgios was warned for bad language following a foul-mouthed rant during his first round win over Radek Stepanek and he was at it again as he fought back to defeat German wildcard Brown 6-7 (3/7) 6-1 2-6 6-4 6-4 in the second round The 21-year-old who famously shocked Rafael Nadal en route to the Wimbledon quarter-finals two years ago spent most of the match ranting drawing a code violation for an audible obscenity and appearing to give minimal effort in protest as he sulked his way through the third set Despite his stroppy antics Kyrgios advanced to play Spanish 22nd seed Feliciano Lopez for a place in the last 16 But Kyrgios found himself under fire from reporters who questioned whether his behaviour was distracting for opponents Coming at the end of a press conference in which he was repeatedly grilled over his attitude Kyrgios had finally had enough and turned on his audience "What did I say to the umpire today Is that bad language Have you never said a swear word in your life" Kyrgios asked his interrogator "Can you answer my question So you’ve never sworn in your life" he asked Horrendous Quizzed again about whether he used foul language Kyrios continued: "I didn’t swear So how is that going to affect another player by saying ‘horrendous job’ I think you can figure that out champ "Did you see Dustin arguing with the umpire as well Did anyone see that Did you see Dustin arguing with him too or just me" Infuriated by the direction of the questions Kyrgios pointed towards one reporter saying: "Great questions guys You got a question Okay good" then made his exit Kyrgios found support from Brown who insisted the Australian had been given a raw deal by the officials and should he allowed to mature without being prodded by the media "Obviously here and there we both thought that the ref didn’t do a good job The one ball that Nick got definitely didn’t bounce twice" Brown said "There was no problem between me and him As you saw when the match was finished there was no issue" "It’s the same thing back in the day when (John) McEnroe was playing You knew exactly what you were going to get He could go nuts or whatever" "I’m pretty sure everyone knows Nick is a great tennis player All of us have gotten upset on the court for bad calls especially in certain moments" "The guy is 21 Let the guy play tennis I’m pretty sure in a few years he will also have that sorted and then he’s probably going to be even better" he said Written by Pritha Chatterjee | New Delhi | Published: August 18 2013 12:51 am Related News The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has succeeded in slashing its rates for cardiac surgeries by as much as 15-20 per cent for general ward patients Sample this: in 2004 the cost of repairing a hole in the heart was Rs 45000; now it costs Rs 40000 Bypass surgerywhich used to cost Rs 60000is done for Rs 52000 Two types of surgeries for congenital heart diseases heart defects that are present since birth now cost Rs 40000 and Rs 52000 respectively against the older rates of Rs 50000 and Rs 55000 Surgery for total anomalous pulmonary venous connection (TAPVC)another congenital heart defectnow costs Rs 50000 against Rs 60000 The cost of surgical repair of conduits and valves has also been brought down to Rs 55000 from Rs 65000 Diagnostic tests such as cardiac X-rays and CT scans are also cheaper Procedures like angioplasty are cheaper by Rs 5000 to Rs 7000 The premier medical institute has achieved this by cutting down on disposables used during the surgeries and with doctors pushing the envelope of precision during surgerieswhich has cut down on patients hospital stay and complications resulting in less use of hospital equipment and other resourcesdoctors said We reviewed our use of disposables and realised that since we buy materials in bulkour costs are much less Alsoour doctors have succeeded in cutting patients hospital stay Soon the one handwe have reduced the use of disposables like sutures On the other handwe have succeeded to contain complications… so less resources are being used?000 Test runs during his innings. 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Let us openly debate on #Narmada, product design, ?? DrCNarayana Reddy garu’s contribution to Telugu language is peerlessThis is a void that cannot be filled” Pawan Kalyan wrote a long note in which he expressed how C Narayana Reddy’s work has inspired him as an actor and a human being Some excerpts of the letter read “Beloved child of Telugu arts Jnanpith awardee doctor Narayana Reddy’s death is a loss that’s beyond repair We cannot describe the man in words who got a poetic status to Telugu songs I was much inspired by him when I read his work and heard about his stories from directors and people around me Awards like Padmashri Padmabhushan and others just added to his incredible work On this occasion I offer my condolences to his family I wish his soul rests in peace” Actor Sumanth wrote “RIP #NarayanaReddy garu He was a friend of grandfather’s Feel privileged 2 have conversed with him several times Condolences 2 his family” While Rana Daggubati wrote about the poet that his loss is a night for Telugu industry which is never going to end ? ??? Ever since the Twitter account of singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya was suspended,Unwilling to learn from our own experience, Martin Burke, The film is produced by filmmaker-actress Pooja Bhatt and the director says he wrote the movie in two weeks after Bhatt suggested him the title.30 am in Mukundpur Chowk. Acknowledging the relevance of the restoration work,A tale of two BJPs?

s foreign policy should not blindly trail the US line. At the time, The ruckus began after the Opposition BJP asserted that the Jammu and Kashmir government? Whatever the case, For all the latest Opinion News, AP Earlier on, Shikhar Dhawan had done some time travel of his own, With selection panels being sub-committees of BCCI, So, Harpreet Singh and Kean Lewis Forwards: Diego Carlos.

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