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Ian Kelleher, For all the latest Chandigarh News, It was launched yesterday during the visit of Prime Minister Theresa May in Delhi.The second phase of CAT will be conducted on January 30 and 31, said convener of CAT-2009 Satish Deodhar The criteria for the candidates eligibility for the second phase of the exam have been posted on the CAT-IIM websitehe added The first phase of CAT-2009which was held from November 28 to December 8 last yearwas marred by glitches due to which students had to face difficulties and many of them could not appear for the test The candidates identified for the re-test in phase two would receive communication from Prometric by January 10CAT-IIM portal stated The results of CAT-2009 are likely to be declared by the third week of Februaryit added For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Published: May 31 2017 10:08 am Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 will be available on sale on Flipkart and Micom at 12 PM on May 31 The smartphone is available offline as well Related News Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 will be up for sale on Flipkart as well as Micom at 12 PM today The smartphone comes in three variants based on storage The base model with 2GB RAM and 32GB internal memory costs Rs 9999 The 3GB RAM+32GB ROM option is priced at Rs 10999 while 4GB RAM+64GB ROM variant of Redmi Note 4 can be bought at Rs 12999 It is listed in four colour variants – Dark Grey Gold Silver and White Users who miss the sale needn’t worry given Redmi Note 4 is available offline as well The device is available with local stores inDelhi Jaipur and Chandigarh In South India Xiaomi has tied up with four major mobile retail stores Plus users can pre-order the smartphone every Friday at 12 PM Users will have to pay online and the phone will arrive in a few days after placing the order Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 has been one of the most popular phones for the company in 2017 The Chinese start-up claims to have soldover 1 million units of Redmi Note 4 smartphone in India in 45 days The first sale for the Redmi Note 4 was conducted on January 23 Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 is features a 55-inch Full HD display with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels It runsMIUI 8 beta based on Android Marshmallow The smartphone has ametal unibody design with a curved back There’s 25D arc glass on top The highlight of Redmi Note 4 is its 4100 mAh battery The fingerprint scanner is at the back Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 review | Read HERE Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 625 processor with Adreno 506 GPU There’s a 13MP rear camera with PDAF f/20 aperture; and 5MP front shooter Redmi Note 4 is a dual-SIM smartphone and supports 4G VoLTE In our review we like the phone’s battery life and the overall performance The UI is boosted with some nifty features like dual apps which will let users run two WhatsApp accounts However the camera’s low light performance is still an issue For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Rajeev Dhavan | Published: February 4 2017 12:19 am ‘Courting the People: Public Interest Litigation in Post-Emergency India’ by Anuj Bhuwania Cambridge University Press Top News Public Interest Law (PIL) was a divine gift which the Supreme Court gave unto itself It was hated by the marble miners of Sariska the magnate of Niyamgiri the timber merchants of the Northeast the displacees of Narmada the tribals of Jharkhand employers of bonded labour the slum and jhuggi dwellers and rickshaw pullers of Delhi the many down-and-outs whose livelihood and right to life were threatened politicians and businesses exposed for corruption the administration the police and others My “who-hates-PILs” test is one way to gauge the success failure and unruliness of PIL The corresponding “love” test includes chest-thumping judges PIL lawyers those appointed to inquiry and implementation commissions competing businessmen the middle class which wanted to get rid of slums and jhuggis and bourgeois environmentalists This consequentialist “love-hate” divide will go some way towards identifying the nature of PIL This book will help you to balance the good and evils of PIL from a consequentialist point of view to produce startling results One day I hope this stark balance sheet will be fully drawn up Watch What Else Is Making News PIL provided redemption to the judiciary after its much-denigrated failures during the Emergency The ideas came from VR Krishna Iyer it was sculpted by PN Bhagwati and carried through by O Chinnappa Reddy DA Desai and YV Chandrachud It widened rules of locus (so that more people could approach the higher judiciary) and provided for investigative and monitoring committees which acculturated power to themselves That it was not adversarial is something of a joke All cases were heavily contested more by the “haves” than the “have-nots” Not surprisingly PIL became popular in Pakistan Nepal Bangladesh and Sri Lanka attracting public journalistic and academic attention Bhuwania’s book pulls down the benign mask of PIL inviting us to gaze upon what he calls ‘omnibus’ PILs A PIL on garbage disposal was directed against slum dwellers who were portrayed as “pickpockets” of public land PILs transited to removal of jhuggi and jhopri dwellers and clearing the banks of the Yamuna occupied by the poor Out of nowhere the Supreme Court began sealing shops in Delhi It ignored legislation designed to stop it PIL was a dream run in the High Court for Justice Vijender Jain and his oversight appointees The Supreme Court’s forest case of 1996 traversed three decades armed by court committees and the amicus curiae Harish Salve — both of whom have a lot to answer for; as also Ranjit Kumar in the sealing cases In the ‘omnibus’ cases the relief sought was narrow but judges expanded it to go in any direction they wanted The question of accountability was answered by Upendra Baxi by making a distinction between “social action litigation” (SAL originating and drawing synergy from society) and PIL (which could be a plaything in anyone’s hand) The litigation bearing Baxi’s name was more PIL than SAL though he advocated the latter My cases such as the one against the marble mining companies in the Sariska tiger reserve worked closely with locals The other trend of PIL cases launched by persons (or vehicles specially created by them) is exemplified by Prashant Bhushan who presented many cases on whatever he liked as representing the public interest This does not detract from his many achievements As lawyer pioneers of PIL Indira Jaising Gobinda Mukhoty and Sanjay Parikh aided many social movements including the Narmada Bachao Andolan with which Bhushan was also involved Be that as it may the PIL was a judge-led phenomenon The judiciary adopted three ways of dealing with PIL The first adopted by some judges was to disown it Markandey Katju called it a “Frankenstein” even though he himself (suo motu) created a PIL exhorting the government to turn sea water into potable drinking water The second was that some judges claimed they had cleansed PIL by disallowing “paisa interest” and “publicity interest” litigation But that too was randomly applied to make politician Subramanian Swamy a self-styled prince of PIL The third way asserted that courts were doing no more than remedying failures of governance in the public interest PIL rewrites the doctrine of separation of powers precipitating a power struggle with the executive and parliament It is not as if “public interest” causes were not achieved through ordinary litigation Indeed the Basic Structure case (1973) was one instance But PIL remains a creative addition to governance A key problem is that it is temperamental unpredictable and class-biased It needs to get its act together The jallikattu controversy also reminds judges not to go beyond what they can implement Intended for the poor the PIL has become self-serving for the bourgeoisie lawyers and judges themselves Bhuwania’s book takes us to ground realities with theoretical insights A wonderful book for many reasons One of them fulfills the citology test: if the bibliography and index carry my name it is a good book In this too Bhuwania passes the test The writer is a senior advocate at the Supreme Court For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Sagnik Chowdhury | Mumbai | Published: April 1 2009 3:19 am Related News After scouting several areas in and around the city along with the state policethe National Security Guard (NSG) officials have reached an understanding to set up the states NSG hub on a 23-acre land at Tungwe in Marol that is currently Maharashtra Police propertyMumbai Police Commissioner Hasan Gafoor said today Several areas were surveyed and considered for the NSG hub including places in Kalyan and Dahanu Howeverwe have reached the final understanding that the NSG will be given a 23-acre area in Marol that is part of police property We have given our No Objection to the state governmentwhich will allot the land to the NSG While the NSG had initially demanded a 150-acre plot for setting up the baseit was just not feasible?we have not yet received any new gear as certain clearances were being obtained. 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