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For all the latest Chandigarh News, Ranveer Singh, “The AIFF must ensure bring in young boys and girls to watch the matches.9 crore per annum on salaries.If the 7th Pay Commission is implemented the institute would end up spending Rs 204 crore per annum on salaries thus needing Rs 15 crore extra every year A memorandum issued by the Ministry of Finance (MoF) on January 13 2017 had stated that autonomous bodies should preferably bear the additional financial burden arising due to revision of pay scale In case the autonomous body is unable to do it it should approach the financial advisor or the ministry concerned (I&B in this case) who can consider the proposal and may recommend the MoF to consider bearing upto 70 per cent of the additional burden The remaining 30 per cent should be borne by the autonomous body concerned However this proposal can only be implemented following the approval of the MoF Soon after this office memorandum was issued in January 2017 the FTII had implemented the pay revision and had told the I&B ministry that “it was in a position to meet 30 per cent (Rs 45 lakh) of the additional financial impact” through internal revenue generation The institute administration however didn’t wait for the mandatory approval by the MoF FTII had paid two months’ salary as per the new pay scale before realising that it did not have the mandatory approval for the pay revision from the Ministry of Finance It had also paid the taxes and provident fund installments accordingly In mid-March the administration decided to go back to 6th Pay Commission as the mandatory approval for pay revision had not come from the MoF In March 16 2017 the Chief Accounts Officer FTII circulated a notice to all employees informing them that the administration had made a mistake and that it needs to go back to the 6th Pay Commission and recover the “excess salaries” paid to the employees “As per the office memorandum issued by Ministry of Finance the final package (of pay scale revision) would require the concurrence of the MoF The final decision had not been taken in respect of autonomous bodies as yet hence the recommendation of 7th Pay Commission were not to be implemented without final approval of the ministry Hence according to the directive of the ministry FTII has to shift from 7th Pay Commission to 6th Pay Commission” read the circular issued by Ujjwala Dhekne on March 16 2017 Conceding that it was a ‘mistake’ FTII Director Bhupendra Kainthola told this newspaper “It is true that salaries were mistakenly released for January and February on the basis of revised pay scales but the old scales were restored subsequently and full recoveries were made as the necessary go ahead from the ministry had not come Till the time the FTII gets further instructions from the Ministry of Information & Broadcasting regarding 7th Pay Commission the pre-revised pay structure shall continue” For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: September 18 2017 11:32 pm With rain threat looming large the Eden Gardens remained under cover ahead of the second ODI (Source: Express Photo) Top News The second ODI between India and Australia in Kolkata on Thursday could witness another truncated match as the weathermen has not ruled out the possibility of intermittent showers especially in the evening hours With rain threat looming large the Eden Gardens remained under cover ahead of the second ODI India took a 1-0 lead in the five-match ODI series with a 26-run win over the world champions Australia in the rain-affected first game in Chennai on Sunday The city has been witnessing frequent showers and Kolkata Met director Ganesh Das has blamed it on circulation over South Bengal “By September 21 the circulation will be gone but in this month rain is a possibility especially in the evening It may not however continue for too long” Das told PTI Hosting Australia for the first time since November 18 2003 the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) is in no mood to take chances Former India captain Sourav Ganguly who is the president of CAB also inspected the conditions and was seen giving instructions while the ground remained under cover “The pitch and ground conditions is just perfect It’s an ideal condition what’s required for an One-Day International contest but I cannot say whether it will rain or not” said CAB pitch curator Sujan Mukherjee who’s putting in hard yards despite flu for last two days He said he is unable to predict a score but promised a sporting wicket for the tie “Who would thought India to score 281/7 from being five down for 87 in the 22nd over I cannot say they will make how many runs but the wicket will help both batsmen and bowlers” Mukherjee said Asked about the possibility of showers he said: “We are equipped to cover the entire ground and there is enough machinery to clear up even if it rains but it depends on the intensity and duration” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Los Angeles | Updated: May 6 2017 1:59 pm Dev Patel talked about his views on politics typecasting in the film industry and his upcoming projects Related News Lion star Dev Patel talked to Reuters this week about his views on politics typecasting in the film industry and his next film project Patel was nominated for the Best Supporting Actor award at this year’s Oscars for his role in Lion the tale of an Indian boy adopted by Australians who sets out to find his long-lost family Patel was speaking at the Chivas Icon awards ceremony in Dubai where he was honored for his #Lionheart campaign which works with underprivileged children in India and elsewhere Here are excerpts of his interview with Reuters: We’re seeing countries across the world close borders – what do you make of it all Well I’m a product of immigrants So if you ask me about migration or integration or freedom to travel within borders I’m very pro-that There are voices of division divisive voices and negative voices But through our art and films such as Lion and many other films this year – Moonlight for instance – we can break down those barriers of prejudice You’ve spoken before about your issues with being typecast into roles how big a problem is it for you That is something that actors such as myself have to constantly try and defend you know just playing who we are… I feel really proud of being able to be a part of representing a diverse cinema and that’s breathing life into diverse stories so that people that look like myself have something to aspire to on screen” What’s the motivation behind your #Lionheart campaign A: There are 80000 children that go missing on the streets of India every year and there are about 11 million children in total on the streets And what we’re doing is breathing life into one of those stories Also read:IIFA 2017: Diljit Dosanjh Salman Khan Katrina Kaif and Alia Bhatt to set the stage onfire Your next film looks at the Mumbai terror attacks Are you worried about how it might be received That story in particular really affected me because at the end of Slumdog Millionaire we danced on this train platform And during those attacks you know a gunman walked into that station and unloaded an AK 47 (assault rifle) on to hundreds of travelers So when there were talks of a story going to be made a film going to be made I really wanted to be a part of breathing life into that and making sure it is done with a level of humanity and sincerity For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsJammu:A BSF jawan was killed while three others were injured on Monday as Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire resorting to heavy shelling and firing from automatic weapons in several sectors along the International Border in Jammu district Representational image PTI Pakistani troops fired mortar bomb shells and fired from automatic weapons targeting over 25 border out posts (BoPs) and civilian villages in several sectors along the International Border (IB) in Jammu district of Jammu and Kashmir "Pakistan Rangers opened indiscriminate firing and mortar shellingon forward BoPs and civilian areas in several sub sectors along IB (in Jammu district) overnight" a senior BSF officer said There has been firing of small and automatic weapons and shelling of mortar bombs on over 25 BoPs and civilian areas in RS Pura Arnia Suchetgarh Kanachak Pargwal sub sectors of Jammu district since last night and it is still on the officer said "In the firing and shelling one BSF Jawan was martyred and another injured" officer said adding that the BSF troops guarding IB were giving a befitting reply The deceased jawan has been identified as Constable Susheel Kumar Police said two women were also injured in the firing in RS Pura sector and have been hospitalised There have been over 40 incidents of ceasefire violations by Pakistani troops since India carried out surgical strikes in PoK after the Uri terror attack in which 19 Indian soldiers were killed Written by C Raja Mohan | Published: January 26 2016 12:00 am President of France Francois Hollande with Prime Minister Narendra Modi inChandigarh on Sunday January 24 2016 (Express Photo) Related News The participation of French troops in the Republic Day parade on Tuesday — the first ever by a foreign contingent on Rajpath since Independence — is doubly significant It marks the end of India’s prolonged military isolationism and unveils the emergence of France as India’s most trusted international partner Although India’s joint military exercises and memorandums of understanding on defence cooperation multiplied since the early 1990s New Delhi seemed incapable of imagining the role of India’s armed forces beyond territorial defence The ghosts of military isolationism seemed difficult to dislodge from the ministry of defence Since he took charge in May 2014 Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been bearing down on South Block to recognise the potential of military partnerships in modernising India’s defence-industrial base and enhancing India’s strategic weight in the international system The marching of the French contingent down Rajpath suggests the effort has begun to pay off Back in 2008 France had indeed invited India to send its troops to join the 2008 Bastille Day parade That decision was an acknowledgement of India’s historic contribution to securing western Europe in World War I and contributing to the Allied victory in World War II It was also a recognition of India’s new military possibilities on the global stage The UPA government’s bold decisions in 2005 when it unveiled military and nuclear cooperation with America and new strategic partnerships with China and Japan seemed to justify Paris betting on Delhi’s new international potential But in its second incarnation (2009-14) the UPA government’s military diplomacy went cold again as then Defence Minister AK Antony threw a wet blanket around it Resuscitating India’s defence diplomacy and global security engagement has been at the centre of the Modi government’s foreign policy That a French president is gracing the Republic Day celebrations for a record fifth time underlines the repeated efforts over the last many decades to transform the ties between Delhi and Paris The value that each country had put on developing independent foreign policies drew Delhi and Paris together despite being on opposite sides of the Cold War divide France became an early and valuable partner for India in building its nuclear and space programmes Its leaders — Francois Mitterrand in the 1980s Jacques Chirac in the 1990s and Nicolas Sarkozy in the 2000s — made repeated efforts to construct a special political-strategic relationship with India The French support to resolving the tangle with the US over fuel supplies for the Tarapur nuclear power station in the 1980s limiting international sanctions against India in the wake of Pokhran 2 and conceiving a political carve-out for India from the global nuclear rules stand out as examples of exceptional French interest in India Continuing that tradition President Francois Hollande is eager to consolidate the strategic partnership with India and implement the many key agreements that remain in limbo Despite the longstanding interest in the French connection Delhi never really responded in full measure to initiatives from Paris Thanks to bureaucratic pettifogging in Delhi no major French overture could be consummated It required the direct intervention of Modi during his visit to France last April to move forward the discussions on the acquisition of the French fighter aircraft Rafale That the negotiations couldn’t be concluded by the time Hollande landed nine months later in Chandigarh on Sunday shows how difficult the task is Modi however appears determined to deepen the French partnership The PM who has spent the last 20 months in office reviving India’s engagement with all the great powers sees a special role for Paris in Delhi’s global calculus for three important reasons One India’s relations with America Britain and China will always retain different degrees of difficulty given their dalliance with the Pakistan army Russia which unambiguously backed India against China and Pakistan in the Cold War has drawn closer to the former and is wooing the latter France in contrast has made a clear choice in favour of India As China rises Russia asserts Britain retrenches Europe dithers and America is torn by self-doubt France becomes critical for India in promoting a measure of balance on the Eurasian landmass As the only credible military power with undiminished political will and a historic presence in the Indo-Pacific France can be a privileged partner for India in strengthening peace and security in the maritime domain Third while India’s quest for multi-polarity has often drawn it closer to China and Russia Delhi is painfully aware of the dangers of jumping from the frying pan into the fire Exchanging American global primacy for Chinese domination makes little sense for Delhi As a leading Western power with shared political values France is a more credible partner for India in constructing a more equitable world order through a new concert of major powers Modi gets the big idea on France His problem is in getting Delhi to translate it into action The writer is a distinguished fellow at the Observer Research Foundation and consulting editor on foreign affairs for ‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Nandini Rathi | New Delhi | Updated: April 21 2017 7:53 pm Baahubali 2: Sathyaraj issued an apology for his remarks after Kannada groups threatened to stop the release of the SS Rajamouli film in the state Top News That a lot of expectations and money are riding on S S Rajamouli’s 200 crore sequel Baahubali the Conclusion due for release on April 28 is well known It was therefore quite convenient for the pro-Kannada groups like Karnataka Rakshana Vedike to seek some gloating satisfaction by threatening to prevent the Karnataka release of Baahubali the Conclusion in order to force an apology out of Tamil actor Sathyaraj for his nine-year-old controversial remarks on the Cauvery issue It is at the stage of theatrical distribution that a movie’s whole fate and business depends Speaking to a news channel director SS Rajamouli said that pro-Kannadiga groups targeting Baahubali 2 because of Sathyaraj was “not right” “[We] learned that whatever comments Mr Sathyaraj made it was nine years back And after that about 30 films of his were released in Karnataka Baahubali 1 released No one had problems with that And suddenly raking up the issue at this point in time … ” said Rajamouli Of course only Sathyaraj won’t be affected by this threat But that is exactly the leverage for blackmail — when the stake against the risk is just too great and involves a whole crew of unrelated people it is easy to browbeat somebody into senseless demands to selfish parochial endsThe KRV has done this before in 2008 to get an “apology” from superstar Rajnikanth for his statements on the Hogenakkal project dispute prior to the release of his movie Kuselan In the country that is wild about movies blockbuster movies like Baahubali make for cultural phenomena generating a lot of buzz influence and capital Over and over these days this has been making movies and its makers easy targets for arm-twisting by fringe groups that know only too well that they possess the brazen muscle power of the mob to disrupt any hopes of soft power They have the willing “activists” to attack where movies are vulnerable — at the sore point of revenue This is exactly what also transpired in the case of Karan Johar’s dark apology video to Maharashtra Navnirman Sena pleading them to spare his Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and in Shah Rukh Khan’s reassurance meeting with Raj Thackeray to ensure a smooth landing for Raees It seems that as long as the law and order would not come to the active rescue of the filmmakers any organisation with brawn and some political clout will feel brave for seeking such self-aggrandising settlements through soft coercion For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News