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Reasonable?that iscowardlyvoices will prevail India will tolerate the humiliation silently India obviously is no longer regarded by Italy as an important country or even an important market The time when the India story was all the rage is over At Davos India was no longer newsnot good news at leastperhaps only bad The growth story is over and the inflation story is scary Reforms are dead and the demographic dividend is about to turn into a financial loss This cannot be controversial Even the PM is promising a return to decent growth in two or three yearsthat isafter 2016 India would have by then wasted five years plus in low growth territory The question is how did this happen and why is there no sense of urgency about it The answer has to be that a large part of the Congresss Left is quietly happy that they have scuttled reform and managed to put through a large transfer of resources to the rural areas and to the subsidy programmes which they believe are the essence of inclusive development Once food security is added to this listthere will have been a significant stage reached in the Congress Lefts dream of achieving a welfare state in India Growth is seen as an enemy by this group; neither necessary nor sufficient Democracies are entitled to have the government they elect and then suffer the consequences India has chosen an anti-growthpro-redistribution regime and these are the consequences Alas it does not look like the BJP is about to do any better Rajnath Singh has declared that the BJP will reverse FDI in retail if it gets into power This will make sure that India returns to the Hindu rate of growth For oncethen we will have something which the Congress has always been proud of and champions of Hindu pride will not object to The Human Development Index shows that Indias HDI grew rapidly between 1980when it was 034to 05 in 2004 But then its growth slowed down in the next seven years to just 055reaching 138th among 187 countries There is a similar slowing down in life expectancy which rises fast till 2004 and then slows down Thus whatever inclusion is being achieved by throwing massive sums of money at NREGA or fuelfertiliser and other subsidies it is not achieving basic improvement in human development So India has achieved low growthlow human development improvement and high inflation plus contempt of small European nations For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Published: June 30 2017 2:45 am Smriti Mandhana’s unbeaten century was enough to overhaul the paltry 183 put up by the West Indies India will now face Pakistan at Derby on Sunday PTI Top News India opener Smriti Mandhana struck an unbeaten century to guide her side to a convincing seven-wicket victory over the West Indies in an ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 match in Taunton on Thursday The 20-year-old left-hander from Mumbai returned undefeated on 106 as India chased down a 184-run target with more than seven overs and seven wickets to spare This was India’s second successive victory in the tournament and it is now on four points along with Australia but in second place on net run-rate Mandhana who scored 90 in the opener against England faced 108 balls and struck 13 fours and two sixes She added 108 runs for the third wicket with captain Mithali Raj (46) after India was in a bother at 33 for two Mithali Raj praised her young star saying: “When we lost two wickets I thought the match was even there but it was important to build a partnership Smriti played well for her hundred it was a crucial innings she played and overall the team looks good going into our next game” “We stuck to the (bowling) plan it was a good toss to win and I thought the spinners really turned the match At one point I thought their openers were going very well “The captain’s (Stafanie Taylor) run-out and (Hayley) Matthews’ wicket was the turning point After that the girls really tightened up the grip” added Mitahli Earlier put into bat by Raj Hayley Matthews had got the West Indies off to a good start despite the loss of Felicia Walters for just nine However when Matthews tamely chipped one back to Deepti Sharma for 43 the West Indies innings stalled altogether Incapable of rotating the strike against the India spinners even the usually explosive Deandra Dottin – holder of the fastest century in women’s T20Is – could manage just seven off 48 balls Reduced to 91 for six the West Indies mounted something of a recovery thanks to Shanel Daley (33) and Afy Fletcher (36 not out) Fletcher provided a late impetus to the West Indies innings when she and Anisa Mohammed (11 not out) added 37 runs for the unbroken ninth wicket in just over five overs India chasing 184 for victory lost Punam Raut without a run on the board which soon became 33 for two following the departure of Deepti Sharma (six) This brought Mandhana and Raj together who put on a match-winning 108 runs partnership to take the game away from the West Indies Stafanie Taylor admitted that it was the West Indies’ failure to keep the run-rate up in the middle overs that proved costly She said: “We didn’t get the batting right in the middle A good platform was set but in the middle we fell down and were really short where we didn’t rotate the strike enough “We have the batters to do it but I think it’s up to the batters to take more responsibility in their actions “It was crucial to get the scoreboard ticking because we know how this pitch plays We had to get a total of 270 to be competitive “We have to go back to the drawing board and see what’s been happening and try to work on it We have two days we have to shake this off” Brief Scores: India 186-3 423 overs (Smriti Mandhana 106 not out Mithali Raj 46 Mona Meshram 18 not out; Shamilia Connell 1-23; Stafanie Taylor 1-24) beat West Indies 183-8 50 overs (Hayley Matthews 43 Afy Fletcher 36 not out Shanel Daley 33 Stafanie Taylor 16; Poonam 2-19 Deepti Sharma 2-27) For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: October 22 2012 12:58 am Related News After having dabbled in writing comic seriescartooning and short stories for childrenwriter Jhangir Kerawalawas in the city for the launch of his book titled JFK JFK is his debut novel The book is a fast-paced suspense thriller set in the old city of Kolkata The storyline revolves around a fifty-year-old man who is framed for the murder of his best friend and how he tries to solve the murder mystery to clear his own name Shop for a cause The fifth edition of the Pre-Diwali Yellow Ribbon NGO Fair (YRNF) will be hosted by Ishanya Foundation from October 26 to 29 With ‘Ecology to Economy’ as its themethe four-day event will provide festive and unconventional gifting ideas for Diwaliwith diyascandleslanternsDiwali snacks and sweetsand unique dress material and sarees Proceeds go towards helping underprivileged women supported by the foundation The fair can be visited at Ishanya Malloff Airport Road For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Somudra Banerjee | Published: August 18 2012 3:17 am Top News Sriram Iyer launched his debut book ‘Wings of Silence’ that is set against the Cold War era during the 1978 Moscow Olympicsat ICC Towers Crossword outlet on Thursday The story deals with two siblings from India and their individual quests in their lives It took me almost four years to complete the book Though I have written few screenplays and short storiesthis being my first novel gave me enough opportunity to rediscover myself as a writer?