SDL SM2: Find Out What People Are Saying About Your Business On Social Media

first_img(This post is sponsored by SDL-SM2, a social-media analytical tool for small- and medium-sized businesses and small agencies.)Tracking and measuring social media is no longer just a nice-to-have for businesses – it’s now a core essential of any modern marketing plan. And that’s true for giant multinational corporations as well as small businesses, agencies, researchers and even social-data hobbyists. Where Does Social Media Monitoring Start?Typically, identifying the Who and Where of social media conversations about your brand and market is a great place to start. The next step is to drill down into word associations and sentiment analysis: What words are people using to describe your products and services, and what are the values associated with those words? And to fully understand where your brand stands in the market, you need to know what people sareaying about your competitors.What does all this mean in practical terms for your business? SDL SM2 makes it easier to identify your most likely prospects. By understanding where they spend time online and what they like to talk about, you can tailor your marketing to be more efficient and effective. And you can get this information without running expensive, intrusive and time-consuming surveys, questionnaires and focus groups.SDL SM2 is available at affordable prices via credit card on flexible month-by-month payment terms with no long term commitment.For more information on Social Media Platforms for Small Businesses, check out SDL’s Cheat Sheet Inforgraphic. Tags:#marketing#small business#social media#social networking Related Posts A Comprehensive Guide to a Content Audit Yes, They Really Are Talking About YouIf you’re new to social media monitoring, you might think no one’s talking about your business at all. But that’s probably not the case. More likely, they’re talking plenty, you just don’t know about it.Fortunately, it’s easier than ever to listen in with SDL SM2, the entry-level, self-serve product offering from the SDL Social Intelligence Division. SDL SM2 offers automated sentiment analysis of more than 60 billion social conversations on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter as well as forums, blogs and wikis going back to 2007 – in your choice of more than 50 languages. It includes customizable and shareable real-time dashboards and the ability to segment the data with category rules. You can even export social media data into Excel or SPSS for further analysis.Social media monitoring isn’t just an academic exercise. It’s all about helping you achieve your business goals: strengthening your brand, staying relevant to customers and driving revenue.Monitoring social data is critical because it:Provides both current and historical informationCan help predict consumers’ behavior Delivers pure, customer-generated feedbackOffers unique insight into competitor activity and perceptionsProduces deep understanding of customers – beyond their relationship to your brandcenter_img The Dos and Don’ts of Brand Awareness Videos Guide to Performing Bulk Email Verification Facebook is Becoming Less Personal and More Pro… ReadWrite Sponsorslast_img read more

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Russia, Kosovo Teams Will Not Play Each Other in Competitions, Say UEFA

first_imgLaussane: Teams from Russia and Kosovo will not be allowed to face one another in European competitions due to security fears, UEFA announced on Friday.Russia has never recognised Kosovo since its break from Serbia in 2008. “Having taken account of the security risks surrounding matches between teams from Russia and Kosovo, the UEFA Emergency Panel decided that the two teams shall no longer be drawn against each other in any future UEFA competitions until further notice,” said a UEFA statement.However, the decision could prove a major headache next year with Russia already having qualified for the Euro 2020 finals while Kosovo are well-placed to also make it through.The decision echoes a similar decision made in 2014 when UEFA agreed to keep Russia and Ukraine apart in tournaments following the Crimea crisis.UEFA also said the scheduled Women’s Euro 2021 qualifiers between Russia and Kosovo will be played on neutral ground. footballKosovaRussiaUefa First Published: October 18, 2019, 11:53 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time.last_img read more

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IPL 2016: Shane Watson impressed with Sarfaraz’s control over shots

first_imgThe former Australian allrounder Shane Watson is highly impressed with young team-mate Sarfaraz Khan’s control over his shots. Sarfaraz on Tuesday played a breezy cameo of 35 from 10 balls to propel Royal Challengers Bangalore’s score past 200 against Sunrisers Hyderabad. (Full IPL 2016 coverage )”He is an incredible young man and there is no doubt that he has worked extremely hard to get all kinds of shots right.”The control over shots he has… never seen before for a young talent like him. It shows he has practised hell of a lot, and we saw him this tonight,” he told at the post-match press conference. (Sarfaraz is like my son, says Cris Gayle )Watson also lauded AB de Villiers’ fluent knock of 82, which consisted of seven fours and six sixes.”What I saw tonight is as good as batting I have ever seen. He didn’t look like taking risk at all in his entire innings. One shot he played off the backfoot for a six is an incredible shot to play, and he does it with so much of ease is really a pleasure to watch. He executes his shots incredibly well,” he said.When asked about the batting order, Watson feels there is no need to tamper as the batting line-up looks quite settled at the moment.”This I saw happening in the previous season when I was playing as a rival for Rajasthan Royals. So, why should one change the order when the top three are delivering. You need to take early wickets, otherwise you are in deep trouble, and that’s what exactly happened tonight,” he said.advertisementHowever, he played down Chris Gayle’s early dismissal. “It is not going to be everyone’s day. Chris got out early, but we had depth in batting with likes of Kedar Jadhav, Sarfaraz, AB and Kohli in our side,” he said.Watson also said that the way Kohli and De Villiers batted together in their magnificent 157-run partnership he felt he wouldn’t get to bat. He eventually turned out to bat and contributed in his team’s cause with a 19-run cameo that had three sixes.”More than anything else playing before your home crowd is a very nice feeling. We did not get to play that many matches in Jaipur – my previous home ground,” he said. (Kohli, de Villiers star in RCB’s thumping win )Asked about his improving relations with Gayle, Watson said that it was amazing that a couple of commercials provided an opportunity for both to know each other better.”Relations with Gayle has been very good so far. We had couple of commercials as well which gave us a chance to know each other better after few run-ins in the past. Don’t know how it works when I am playing alongside him in one team. This is the beauty of cricket,” he said.Replying to a query, Watson said that he was happy to claim David Warner’s wicket because he had the potential to turn the match on its head with his power hitting.”Yes, it was a prize wicket because David has all the potential to score big runs. We remember him scoring 150 runs in T20. I am happy to have claimed his wicket, and once we saw his back, we knew we could squeeze the opponents,” he said.(with PTI inputs)last_img read more

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Fiorentina Captain Davide Astori Dies Aged 31

first_imgUDINE, Italy (AP) — Fiorentina captain Davide Astori, a defender who has also been capped by Italy 14 times, has died, the club announced. He was 31.Astori was found in the early hours of Sunday morning in his hotel room in Udine, where the team was staying ahead of an Italian league match.He died in his sleep and was discovered by teammates when he failed to show up for breakfast.“Fiorentina is profoundly shaken that it finds itself forced to announce that its captain Davide Astori has died, hit by a sudden illness,” said a brief statement.“For this terrible and delicate situation, and above all out of respect for his family, we appeal to the sensitivity of everyone.”Fiorentina’s match against Udinese was immediately called off, swiftly followed by Genoa vs. Cagliari, which was scheduled to kick off shortly after the news emerged.The rest of Sunday’s Serie A fixtures were also postponed a short time later.The players in Genoa were warming up on the pitch when they were told of Astori’s death and several walked off in tears. When the match was officially called off a photo of Davide Astori was shown on the giant screen and the fans broke out into a spontaneous standing ovation.Astori’s body has been taken to the Santa Maria della Misericordia Hospital for an autopsy.Astori leaves behind a wife and two-year-old daughter.Tributes from players and clubs have been flooding in on social media.Astori started out in the Milan youth academy but never played a senior match for the Rossoneri, making his Serie A debut with Cagliari in 2008.He spent six years at the Sardinian club before loan spells at Roma and Fiorentina, where he was signed on a permanent basis in 2016.TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

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Most expensive spell in a World Cup: Rashid Khan goes for 110 runs off 9 overs

first_img Rajarshi Gupta ManchesterJune 18, 2019UPDATED: June 18, 2019 18:56 IST Rashid Khan conceded 110 runs in his 9 overs. (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSAfghanistan’s Rashid Khan gave away 110 off 9 overs against England at Old TraffordThis is the most expensive spell in a World Cup match and the 2nd most expensive in ODIRashid Khan is ranked No.3 in the ICC’s rankings for ODI bowlersRashid Khan, the world’s No.3 ODI bowler, bowled the most expensive spell in World Cup history at Old Trafford on Tuesday. Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan leaked 110 runs off 9 overs as England amassed 397 for 6 off their 50 overs.Last year, Rashid Khan had become the youngest No.1 in the ICC’s rankings for ODI bowlers. Currently ranked 3rd, Rashid had another spectacular stint for Sunrisers Hyderabad and much was expected from him as Afghanistan geared up for their 3rd World Cup.However, Rashid Khan had an ordinary time in the World Cup before the game against England. He returned figures of 1 for 52 against Australia before picking up 2 for 17 against Sri Lanka. He went for 45 runs without picking up a wicket against South Africa.Rashid Khan was to have a nightmarish game against England on a flat pitch.As Eoin Morgan (148), Jonny Bairstow (90) and Joe Root (88) destroyed Afghanistan, Rashid Khan, their biggest star came under the most serious attack.Rashid Khan gave away 110 runs off his 9 overs to bowl the most expensive spell in a World Cup match. His spell is now the second most expensive in World Cup history.Here are the 4 most expensive spells in World Cup history:0/110 (9) Rashid Khan (AFG) v England (2019)2/105 (12) Martin Snedden (NZ) v England (1983)1/104 (10) Jason Holder (WI) v South Africa (2015)2/101 (10) Dawlat Zadran (AFG) v Australia (2015)Meanwhile, Eoin Morgan hit the 4th fastest hundred and broke the record for most sixes in ODI innings. The record was previously held by Rohit Sharma, Chris Gayle and AB de Villiers.England also broke their own record for most sixes in an innings with 25 sixes as they finished with 397 for 6 off their 50 overs – the 6th highest team total in a World Cup match.advertisementAlso Read | Eoin Morgan hits 4th fastest hundred in World Cup historyAlso Read | World Cup 2019: This India team intimidates Pakistan, says Waqar YounisAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted bySaurabh Kumar Tags :Follow World Cup 2019Follow England vs AfghanistanFollow Rashid Khan Next Most expensive spell in a World Cup: Rashid Khan goes for 110 runs off 9 oversWorld Cup 2019: Rashid Khan’s 110 without a wicket off 9 overs is the most expensive spell in a World Cup match and the second most expensive ever in ODIs.advertisementlast_img read more

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SSA Points to Differences Between Piracy and Armed Robbery

first_imgzoom It is important to distinguish between armed robbery and piracy when reporting incidents in South East Asia waters, says the Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) which has commissioned a study to determine the scale of threat posed to seafarers in the area.The findings reveal that in the first quarter of this year the vast majority of incidents in this region fall under the category of armed robbery (which is within the territorial waters and under the jurisdiction of the sovereign state) not piracy (which is on the high seas).The distinction determines whether a merchant vessel can seek protection from the navy/coast guard of the littoral state or from the navy/coastguard of the vessel’s flag of registry.The findings revealed that only 14% of attacks on merchant vessels were classified as piracy. Of the remaining incidents, 85% were cases of armed robbery with almost half of these (46%) occurring while in port or at anchorage. The vast majority of incidents (68%) involved ”petty theft” by unarmed perpetrators where crew members were unharmed and economic loss was low.SSA stresses that, with an estimated 50,000 – 90,000 vessels transiting SOMS (Straits of Malacca and Singapore) each year and further numbers sailing around the South East Asia and South China seas, it can be calculated that the likelihood of a merchant vessel, which exercises high vigilance and conducts anti-boarding watch, being attacked is between 0.012 and 0.07%.The situation in the South China Sea is vastly different to the situation in the Gulf of Aden where heavily armed pirates board vessels in open seas with the intention of taking the ship and its crew hostage for ransom payments.The report undertook a detailed analysis of the quarterly reports of the International Maritime Bureau of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC IMB) and the Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP) for the first quarter of 2015 (1 Jan to 31 March).last_img read more

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Carbon sink on fire

first_imgSmoke rises from the Amazon fire engulfing Sao Paulo city even as forest fires rage across the Indian countryside. Crops of forest dwellers of Araku valley in Andhra Pradesh are being damaged and the output of natural honey in the same area dropped drastically. These are all telling signs of collateral consequences of the struggle for sustenance, as well as development and economic prosperity. While Amazon fires have suddenly caught the attention of the entire world, quietly in our own backyard, illegal and indiscreet mining by politicians has been polluting Araku forests, causing immense harm to crops and health of tribal people. Experts say that radiation from mobile towers disorients honey-bees; they forget the location of their queen-bee and hive. Annual production of natural honey has fallen from 600 tonnes to 150 tonnes. No doubt, deforestation, mining, and development of roads and communication are serious problems for the environment in India. But, the devastation of Amazon tropical forests is an international calamity. Also Read – Hijacking Bapu’s legacyThe impregnable canopy of the largest rainforest of the world in Amazon is on fire; over 70,000 incidents so far this year, its smoke choking even cities like Sao Paulo a thousand kilometres away from Brasilia. There is an outcry across the world since this carbon sink absorbs a good part of the CO2 spewed by humanity and releases oxygen. Precious animal and plant species are getting extinguished. Yet, considering rainforest protection as an impediment to development, the conservative President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, who came to power in January this year, brazenly advocates deforestation for the sustenance and prosperity of his people. Also Read – The future is here!Not surprisingly, at this juncture of international criticism, this ‘Trump of the Tropics’, gets an endorsement from Donald Trump. Contrary to scientific cautions of global warming, for them, climate change is a natural phenomenon without any need for human intervention. Thus, Bolsonaro not only rebuked the alarm raised by his own environmental agency and sacked its Director but has also diminished its staff and funding, diluted the laws against environmental crimes like illegal logging and mining and got the highly-trained-and-armed forest cops diverted for desk jobs. As a result, there is indiscriminate stripping of the rainforest for agriculture, animal ranching, and mining, apparently serving business interests. Obviously, forest fires have only multiplied. Similarly, fires have increased in neighbouring Bolivia too due to their indulgence in increased burning of forests for the cultivation of crops used for biofuel production. The situation has been aggravated in the dry season. However, human efforts can only put out smaller blazes; it requires heavy rains to dampen the infernos. Since isolated showers of September can only bring small relief, the devastation will continue. Already Amazon forest has lost 20 per cent of its size in recent years to cater to the Trans-Amazonian Highway. Each year, thousands of square miles of it are cut down for cattle grazing and crop production, not only adding to pollution through burning and decaying vegetation but also disrupting the water cycle by allowing water to run off rather than being trapped in soil and vegetation. As a consequence, there is an increased vulnerability to drought in the area and further loss of trees. All this means that there is a heightened release of global warming pollution, leading to a vicious cycle – more fires, more carbon dioxide and more warming. The net result is that the ‘Lungs of the world’ that supplies 20 per cent of earth’s oxygen, will end up with a short supply. India too has faced several critical moments of such nature in the recent past with 13 out of the 15 warmest years and the annual mean temperature rising by 1.2 degrees Celsius. The forest fires were equally harsh. Over 375,000 hectares were burnt in Uttarakhand in 1995, followed by the burning of 80,000 hectares in the Ganga-Yamuna watershed area in 1999. Then, it was 19,000 hectares in Himachal Pradesh in 2010 and two fires in Maharashtra in 2008 and 2010 that damaged some 10,000 hectares. While Uttarakhand continues to face the vagary of fire – 3500 hectares of forests were gutted in the first half of 2018, the vulnerable North East is also witnessing a steady increase in such incidents. In six years till 2017, forest fires increased by 160 per cent in our country. Like elsewhere, over 90 per cent of such fires in India too are caused by humans, deliberately or due to negligence. Jhum cultivation in the North East, that involves clearing patches of land of trees and setting them on fire to add to nutrition of soil is often responsible for spreading the fire to adjacent forests. In Maharashtra, the burning of leaves in the process of collection of fallen mahua flowers for liquor-making and burning of tree stubs to manure cleared fields also make the forests vulnerable to fires. Likewise, pine needles with their inflammable resins in the Himalayan belt and eucalyptus with oil content elsewhere make the forests susceptible to fires. Reasons behind such incidents are varied. And the scientific community across the world has been red-flagging these environmental issues for long. The scientific community has been maintaining that global temperatures are heading towards a rise of over 5 degree Celsius, while the threshold should have been 2 degrees Celsius above the pre-industrial levels. To get a clear perspective, it is stated that the temperature difference between today’s world and the last ice age is about 5 degrees centigrade. The Paris Agreement is a culmination of all the international efforts to heed to these warnings. As per the Agreement, member countries will have to pursue efforts to limit the temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius and greenhouse emissions have to be reduced by 45 per cent as soon as possible, apart from reaching other more ambitious goals in course of time. The focus should be on transition to renewable energy, sustainable agriculture and management of forests and oceans, etc. But, countries need to transform their economies to be in line with sustainable development goals on their own, without any enforcement. Some countries have taken the issues seriously. In France, 90 per cent of its electricity comes from nuclear, hydro and wind sources and they are going all out to finish with petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040. Norway and the Netherlands will do away with such transports by 2025 and 2030 respectively. The Netherlands even wants to cut down its greenhouse gas emissions level by 95 per cent – far exceeding the Paris Agreement goal, by 2050 itself. But, these are only a few countries. The others are caught up in the conundrum of development and protection of the environment. Poor and developing countries feel that those developed countries that are sermonising about common good have already caused enough harm to the environment. The demand is thus for the developed nations to provide them with financial help for investing in clean technology. The pledged contribution of $100 billion to the Green Climate Fund every year should come from them. But, the USA which uses a substantial quantity of oil from the Gulf has pulled out of the Paris Agreement. Although India stands firmly on the issue of climate change, we are quite behind in achieving sustainable development goals. We still don’t have the state action plans ready and even our infrastructure is not strong enough. We are still focussing on coal energy even as 300 million citizens are yet to get a steady supply of electricity. Even crop burning has not been stopped. Green technology and alternative sources of energy are still a distant dream. Further, our poor performance in Global Environment Protection Index – 177 out of 180 countries – only portrays non-seriousness and apathy of our government and their enforcement agencies. It is for this very reason that in Vizag, untreated sewage is being discharged into the sea or water bodies with the alibis of lack of adequate drainage lines or non-optimal functioning of the treatment plants. At the same time, industrial effluents are callously sent to water tanks. Uranium mining in Jaduguda, pollutants dumped by pharma and chemical units in Srikakulam and Vizag areas are serious health issues. APPCB either sits over the complaints or does not bother when the companies do not comply with their notices even after two years, although they have all the powers to revoke their licences. Similarly, the issue of pollution in the operations of Visakhapatnam Port is lingering on for decades without any action in sight. For such governments, forest fires are only lesser issues. Even the Centre is equally culpable. When forest fires increased by 160 per cent, they reduced the spending to prevent them which was Rs 43.85 crore in 2015 reduced down to Rs 34.56 crore in 2017. Nothing noteworthy has been done except creating a satellite-linked tracking system to have a real-time assessment of large fires for alerting the states. But, the techniques of forest staff continue to be rudimentary, as pointed out by the Parliamentary Standing Committee in February 2019. India is a long way from even reaching reasonable levels of compliance of Paris Agreement goals. Yet, as is his tendency for creating illusions, like in matters of black money, employment, economy and corruption, PM Modi has stated at UNESCO headquarters that the target set by the Paris Agreement for reducing greenhouse gas emissions would be reached in the next year-and-a-half itself. It appears to be grossly ‘unrealistic’ when the task on hand is mountainous. It requires hard thinking and real commitment to change over to renewable energy and taking stern action against illegal deforestation, logging and mining gangs. Sustenance through jhum, mahua flowers, etc., cannot be dispensed with but fires need to be prevented. We cannot afford to follow the path of Brazil for development, since for us, ‘Nature is beauty, beauty is happiness and happiness is honey of life’. (Dr. N Dilip Kumar, IPS (retd) is a former Member of Public Grievances Commission, Delhi. The views expressed are strictly personal)last_img read more

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CBI fails to get NBW court gives green light for Rajeev Kumars

first_imgNew Delhi: After a three-day battle to get a non-bailable warrant (NBW) for the arrest of Rajeev Kumar, the Alipore court on Thursday night denied the CBI’s request but also remarked that the central agency does not need a warrant to arrest the former Kolkata Police Commissioner under section 41 of the CrPC.The court of the Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate in Alipore also said that the CBI has full right to arrest Kumar and that the agency can approach the court if it is “manhandled” while trying to perform its duties. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra SinghHowever, with the Central Bureau of Investigation desperately trying to locate Kumar around Kolkata, sources in the know said that officials are looking at places the former Kolkata top cop is suspected to be found. The agency is yet to locate him, with officials here saying, “We are searching for him and are in the process of tracing his location. We want him to join the probe.” Sources here said that the CBI has also written to the DGP of West Bengal Police on Thursday, asking for Kumar’s “active” contact number, most likely in a bid to trace his location. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroadThe CBI’s search for his “active” contact number is in line with how the agency had tried to locate former Finance Minister P Chidambaram before his arrest in the INX Media case, not long ago. According to sources in the know, agency officials had kept tracing Chidambaram’s phone to his Jor Bagh home even though he was himself not there. CBI sources had said at the time that he most likely left his phone with his driver who took it back to the residence, while Chidambaram himself had gone underground for a couple of days, thus leading CBI officials to the residence every time they tried to locate him through his phone. On Thursday, officials of the central probe agency visited several places in Kolkata looking for Kumar, including the IPS Mess, Kolkata Airport and his official residence at 34, Park Street, where the CBI also posted a notice, asking him to appear before agency officials at 11 am on Friday. Interestingly, this fourth summons by the CBI since the Calcutta High Court lifted Kumar’s arrest shield last Friday, has been issued under section 160 of the CrPC, which means he has been asked to join the probe as a witness and not an accused. Despite this, the CBI argued to get an arrest warrant for the IPS officer at the Alipore court on grounds of evasion of summons, while Kumar’s lawyer said that his client is willing to join the probe but cannot do so at the moment because he is on leave till September 25. The CBI had been pursuing an arrest warrant against Kumar in the Saradha chit fund case for three days, with both the Special court in Barasat and the Barasat District court having earlier denied the CBI’s application on grounds of not having jurisdiction to issue a warrant.last_img read more

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Government accepts resignation of Madras High Court Chief Justice

first_imgNew Delhi: The resignation of Madras High Court Chief Justice V K Tahilramani has been accepted, according to a government notification. Her resignation has been accepted with effect from September 6, it said. She had resigned after the Supreme Court collegium declined her request for reconsideration of transfer to the Meghalaya HC. Justice V Kothari has been appointed as the acting chief justice of the Madras High Court, another notification said. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra SinghThe transfer of Justice Tahilramani from the Madras High Court to the Meghalaya High Court had snowballed into a major controversy with lawyers in Chennai as well as in her home state of Maharashtra coming out in protest against the Supreme Court collegium’s decision in this regard. Later on September 12, the apex court had come out with a statement, saying that each of the recommendations for transfer of Chief Justices and Judges of various high courts was based on “cogent reasons”. Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroadWithout naming Justice Tahilramani, the statement issued by the office of apex court’s Secretary General Sanjeev S Kalgaonkar had said the reasons of transfer of judges were not disclosed in the interest of the institution but the apex court collegium would not hesitate to disclose them in the circumstance it becomes necessary. The statement was released against the backdrop of media reports and speculation on the transfer of Justice Tahilramani. Justice Tahilramani had resigned on September 6, days after the Supreme Court Collegium declined her request for reconsideration of her transfer. She had sent her resignation letter to President Ram Nath Kovind, a copy of which was sent to Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi.last_img read more

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Sensex Nifty rally for 2nd day on tax booster close at 2month

first_imgMumbai: Market benchmark BSE Sensex skyrocketed by 1,075 points to close at more than two-month high on Monday, extending its bull run for a second straight day on the back of gains in financial, banking and FMCG stocks after the tax booster by the government. The broader NSE Nifty zoomed by 326 points or 2.89 per cent to end at a two-month of 11,600.20 with 32 of its constituents closing with gains. Brokers said that the trading at the National Stock Exchange was marred by some glitch mainly in the closing session for 10 minutes. Brokers suffered disruption from 1515hrs to 1529 hrs. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss account details under automatic exchange framework The 30-share Sensex soared over 1,426 points in day trade before closing higher by 1,075.41 points or 2.8 per cent at 39,090.03, a level not seen since July 17. In the two-day rally, Sensex posted its biggest two-day gains of 2,996.56 points or 8.30 per cent, while the 50-share Nifty soared 895.40 points or 8.36 per cent. Bulls took over Dalal Street on Friday after Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman delivered a surprise cut in corporate tax rates. Sensex logged its biggest single-day jump in over a decade by surging 1,921.15 points or 5.32 per cent while Nifty zoomed 569.40 points or 5.32 per cent on that day. Also Read – Trio win Nobel Medicine Prize for work on cells, oxygen “Markets for the second day in a row, after the historic decision to cut corporate tax, witnessed a stellar rally. A lot of buoyancy has come from the fact that these measures will boost the profitability of a number of companies, which will either be used to stimulate demand by lowering prices, payouts to shareholders in the form of dividends or using it for capital expenditure,” Devang Mehta, Head – Equity Advisory, Centrum Wealth Management said. Top gainers in the Sensex pack included Bajaj Finance, L&T, Asian Paints, ITC, Axis Bank, Kotak Bank, ICICI Bank, HDFC twins, Maruti and SBI, rallying up to 8.70 per cent. On the other hand, Infosys, RIL, Tata Motors, PowerGrid, NTPC, Bharti Airtel, Tech Mahindra, TCS and HCL Tech tanked up to 4.97 per cent. Broader BSE Midcap and Smallcap indices rallied 3.08 per cent and 2.73 per cent respectively. Sectorally, BSE capital goods index, bankex, industrials, finance, FMCG, oil and gas, consumer durables and realty indices surged up to 6.55 per cent. While BSE IT, teck, telecom, utilities and power indices closed down by up to 3.29 per cent. Vinod Nair, Head Of Research at Geojit Financial Services commented: “Rally continued as the positive sentiment for revival in earnings growth attracted investors to the market. Banks outperformed while mid & small cap witnessed strong bargain buying in expectation of turnaround in consumption story and improvement in the balance sheet.” Announcing a Rs 1.45 lakh crore fiscal stimulus to jump-start flagging growth, the finance minister on Friday slashed the base corporate tax for existing companies to 22 per cent from 30 per cent; and for new manufacturing firms, incorporated after October 1, 2019, to 15 per cent from 25 per cent. Further, the GST Council slashed the same on hotel tariffs and some goods with a view to addressing sectoral concerns in a slowing economy. “The 10 per cent tax reset has witnessed frantic buying across high tax-paying entities in the last two trading sessions. The rebalancing act has led to selling in IT & pharmaceuticals with a shift towards manufacturing & private banks & select FMCG stocks,” S Ranganathan, Head of Research at LKP Securities said. Tracking gains in Axis Bank (7.3 per cent), and Kotak Bank (7.22 per cent), Nifty Banking index zoomed 5.51 per cent. Meanwhile, the rupee was trading flat at 70.92 against US dollar. Brent crude futures fell 0.79 per cent to USD 63.77 per barrel (intra-day). Market breadth was positive as 1,638 scrips advanced at BSE while 972 stocks declined. As many as 103 stocks soared to the 52-week high while 216 scrips hit the upper limit on Monday. Elsewhere in Asia, Hang Seng and Shanghai Composite Index ended significantly higher, while Nikkei and Kospi settled in the red. Stock exchanges in Europe were trading on a negative note in their respective early sessions due to geopolitical tensions in West Asia.last_img read more

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20 injured as bus skids off road in Kangra

first_imgShimla: At least 20 people were injured as a bus carrying a marriage party skidded off the road in Himachal Pradesh’s Kangra district on Monday morning, a district official said. The accident took place near Bhawarna in Palampur sub-division. The bus driver skidded off the road and hit a tree 15 feet below road level, he said. The exact number of injured is not yet clear but at least 20 persons have sustained injuries in the accident, he said, adding they have been admitted to various hospitals. Seven injured have been admitted at Nagrota Bagwan Hospital and three at Palampur Civil Hospital. Some injured have been referred to Tanda Medical College, he added. A few minutes earlier, a Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) bus of Baijnath depot skidded off road at the same spot. However, no one was hurt in this incident.last_img read more

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Kabul Afghanistan chief executive Abdullah Abdull

first_imgKabul: Afghanistan chief executive Abdullah Abdullah claimed victory Monday over incumbent Ashraf Ghani in the weekend’s presidential election, far ahead of the release of any official results. The move is likely to stir political tensions across Afghanistan and brings to mind the election Abdullah and his top rival Ghani bitterly contested in 2014 that sparked a constitutional crisis and prompted US intervention. “We have the most votes in this election,” Abdullah said at a news conference, without giving a basis for his assertion. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince Salman ‘snubbed’ Pak PM Imran, recalled his private jet from US: Report”The results will be announced by the IEC (Independent Election Commission), but we have the most votes. The election is not going to go to a second round.” Abdullah’s announcement comes even before the IEC has finished tallying turnout from Saturday’s election, with hundreds of polling centres still unreported. Preliminary results are not due until October 19, and if the leading candidate doesn’t secure more than 50 percent of the vote the top two will run off in a second round. Also Read – Iraq military admits ‘excessive force’ used in deadly protestsAlmost immediately, senior IEC official Habib Rahman Nang slammed Abdullah’s announcement as premature. “No candidate has the right to declare himself the winner,” Nang said. “According to the law, it is the IEC that decides who is the winner.” Abdullah, who is seeking the presidency for the third time after losing in 2009 and 2014, said his team would “make the new government”. Without giving details, Abdullah also mentioned reports of “some government officials” meddling in the election process. His remarks follow the release on social media of several videos purporting to show election workers stuffing ballots in favour of Ghani. The IEC’s complaints division head, Zuhra Bayan Shinwari, said the panel had so far received 2,569 complaints. Previous Afghan polls have been marred by widespread allegations of systemic fraud, so the stakes are high for the IEC, which has promised a clean process this year with rigorous steps to curtail cheating. Commentators suggested the videos of apparent ballot stuffing could either have been made by rivals trying to discredit Ghani, or else produced as proof that the rigging had actually been carried out.last_img read more

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first_imgNEW DELHI: A 35-year-old tutor has been arrested for murdeing his student after she pressurised him to mary her. The incident was reported from North east Delhi’s Karawal Nagar.The man identified as Nasuhad murdered the girl, packed the body into a sack and later dumped it into a drain in Karawal nagar. The police have also arrested Naushad’s brother-in-law Raziq for helping in disposing of the body. The girl went missing from her home on September 26 and the family raised suspicion on the tutor. The highly decomposed body was found 3 days later in a drain in Karawal nagar. The family of the girl later recognised the dead body as their 26-year-old missing daughter. Also Read – More good air days in Delhi due to Centre’s steps: JavadekarDuring interrogation, it was revealed that the accused Naushad Ali used to give tuitions to the students from 8th to 12th class. Deceased came into his contact while she was taking tuition from him. They knew each other since long. When deceased asked him to marry her, he planned to get rid of her. Accused Naushad Ali took help of his brother-in-law Raziq in disposing of the dead body of deceased. The accused was interrogated. He confessed that he committed crime on September 26 at his home as he wanted to get rid of her. Deceased and accused Naushad knew each other since long and deceased was pressurising him for marriage. Naushad put the dead body in a jute bag and with the help of his brother-in law Razik, he dumped the body in Ganda Nala, Karawal Nagar, Delhi. Both the accused persons have been arrested and vehicle used in the crime was also recovered from their instance,” said Ved Prakash Surya, DCP, North East.last_img read more

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2017 3:34 pm West Indies are ranked ninth in ODIs. said, Top-class policing isn’t magic—but it can help. PTI The timing of the Delhi police in invoking provisions of MCOCA against the cricketers is extremely suspicious, Starring Rana Daggubati and Prabhas in the lead role, They thought it was an opportunity to make easy money. Rajan has claimed that, both phones will run Android Nougat with Samsung’s own TouchWiz UI on top. Canada.The new method would give a less expensive more available alternative to expensive positron emission tomography (PET) the researchers said “The ability to detect amyloid deposits in the retina prior to disease symptoms may be an essential tool for the development of preventative strategies for Alzheimer’s and other dementias” Campbell added The study conducted in both human and an animal model showed that polarised light scans are as sensitive as other more established methods and can be done cost-effectively without using irritating dyes making it potentially useful as an in-office screening tool Amyloid proteins are made up of protein fibres with different refractive indices along and across the fibres? hasn’t had the impact that was expected.

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