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The police said he had been living in Mumbai for the past 12 years and was working with a security agency. from politics to media and education.who make the Brotherhood seem like moderate pragmatists,whose campaign against the Brotherhood was relentless.” Bokhari,held captive and questioned ?exit strategy, tightening credit by selling off assets and raising interest rates And what about near-record unemploymentwith long-term unemployment worse than at any time since the 1930s What about the fact that the US employment gains of the past few monthsalthough welcomehaveso farbrought back fewer than 500000 of the more than eight million jobs lost in the wake of the financial crisis Heyworrying about the unemployed is just so 2009 But the truth is that policy makers arent doing too much; theyre doing too little Recent data dont suggest that America is heading for a Greece-style collapse of investor confidence Insteadthey suggest that we may be heading for a Japan-style lost decadetrapped in a prolonged era of high unemployment and slow growth Lets talk first about those interest rates On several occasions over the past yearweve been toldafter some modest rise in ratesthat the bond vigilantes had arrivedthat America had better slash its deficit right away or else Each timerates soon slid back down Most recentlyin Marchthere was much ado about the interest rate on US 10-year bondswhich had risen from 36 per cent to almost 4 per cent Debt fears send rates up was the headline at The Wall Street Journalalthough there wasnt actually any evidence that debt fears were responsible Since thenhoweverrates have retraced that rise and then some As of Thursdaythe 10-year rate was below 33 per cent I wish I could say that falling interest rates reflect a surge of optimism about US federal finances What they actually reflecthoweveris a surge of pessimism about the prospects for economic recoverypessimism that has sent investors fleeing out of anything that looks risky hencethe plunge in the stock market into the perceived safety of US government debt Whats behind this new pessimism It partly reflects the troubles in Europe But there are also warning signs in the USmost recently Wednesdays report on consumer priceswhich showed a key measure of inflation falling below one percentbringing it to a 44-year low This isnt really surprising: you expect inflation to fall in the face of mass unemployment and excess capacity But it is nonetheless really bad news Low inflationor worse yet deflationtends to perpetuate an economic slumpbecause it encourages people to hoard cash rather than spendwhich keeps the economy depressedwhich leads to more deflation That vicious circle isnt hypothetical: just ask the Japanesewho entered a deflationary trap in the 1990s anddespite occasional episodes of growthstill cant get out And it could happen in the US So what we should really be asking right now isnt whether the US is about to turn into Greece We shouldinsteadbe asking what the US is doing to avoid turning Japanese And the answer isnothing Its not that nobody understands the risk I strongly suspect that some officials at the Fed see the Japan parallels all too clearly and wish they could do more to support the economy But in practice its all they can do to contain the tightening impulses of their colleagueswho (like central bankers in the 1930s) remain desperately afraid of inflation despite the absence of any evidence of rising prices I also suspect that Obama administration economists would very much like to see another stimulus plan But they know that such a plan would have no chance of getting through a Congress that has been spooked by the deficit hawks In shortfear of imaginary threats has prevented any effective response to the real danger facing the US economy For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Kiran Gangadharan | Kochi | Updated: December 18 2016 6:43 pm Kochi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium saw thousands in wait outside the ticket counter in hope Top News It was early morning at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi Kerala Thousands were in a queue with hopes of bagging tickets for the sold-out Indian Super League (ISL) final featuring Atletico de Kolkata and Kerala Blasters A rumour had spread across the state which said 5000 tickets were still up for grabs for the final of the third edition of the football league KK Dinesan a police constable said they were unaware where the rumours had emerged from He pointed at one of the fans Shamseer from Malappuram and said “We both are here for the last three days I have told this guy many times that the tickets are sold out And yet is not ready to trust me” LIVE ISL 2015 final: Kerala Blasters vs Atletico de Kolkata Early morning trains and buses which arrived in the city on Sunday witnessed large number of travellers from the Malabar region Rishikesh a native of the north-most district Kasargod was looking for tickets from the black market At 6 in the morning he said “I didn’t sleep last night I want just one ticket If anyone brings me a ticket I am ready to pay Rs 3000 for it” The road outside the stadium has seen multiple clashes between the police and the hopeful fans since Saturday midnight The police force didn’t expect these many people and fans to flock the stadium a night prior to the big event The plan initially by the police was to block entry to the stadium ring road and make it accessible only to those with tickets However the plan seems to have backfired given the sheer volume which have thronged the surroundings of the stadium in hopes of scoring a ticket Ramesh a native of Neyyatinakara a suburb of capital Thiruvananthapuram who also camped in the vicinity for three days but to come back empty handed “I stayed here for the last three days to get ticket But waiting in queue became useless” he said Another equally disappointed fan is Bimal from Pathanamthitta who only said “No way to get in” as he stood on the roadside watching the lucky ones – ones with tickets – trying to get in Megna Sherlin and Remya who are all IT professionals working at Infopark Kochi booked their ticket minutes after their club Kerala Blasters won the semi final against Delhi Dynamos on penalties And yet they stood in massive queues from 2 PM five hours prior to the start of the contest They remained optimistic of Blasters’ chances in front of their home fans and the defence will get them through Tickets being sold in the black market People who weren’t lucky to get tickets through official means have been forced to look at the black market for tickets Police have arrested four persons and taken them to Palarivattom Police Station for allegedly selling tickets near the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Three of them were caught on Saturday and one on Sunday morning Sources from the Police department say that the tickets in black are being sold for over Rs 1000 per ticket Vivek native of Perinthalmanna Malappuram district said that he met with a man selling tickets “He was murmuring ‘saadhanam und saadhanam und (Tickets available tickets available)’ When I heard this I asked him the rates He said it was available for Rs 1500 While I was negotiating a guy in a passing car noticed us He threw three 2000 rupee notes in seconds after asking ‘ticket undo (Ticket available)’ in Malayalam That man disappeared after the transaction Before that he told me that he would come back Now I am waiting for him” he stated Police have not registered any case so far Fans lathi charged Police lathi charged many in the crowd to disperse and maintain decorum at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium Since the wee hours of morning thousands were present near the stadium to buy tickets Later the police informed the crowd officially that the tickets will not be sold on Sunday But the crowd refused to disperse thus forcing the officials to take action Police also tried to threaten the irate fans but this seemed to do nothing Despite the violent action many continued to stick around in hope of bagging a ticket from either touts or legitimate ticket holders For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsJOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – African leaders were embarrassed by Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and already encouraging him to step down before the army began moves last week to oust him according to a secret Zimbabwean intelligence cable seen by Reuters Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe attends a university graduation ceremony in Harare Zimbabwe November 2017 REUTERS/Philimon BulawayoThe cable dated Oct 23 and written by someone within the Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) to an unknown recipient also says Mugabe spoke to South African President Jacob Zuma about his rivalry with Emmerson Mnangagwa the vice president whose sacking by Mugabe prompted the army action The 93-year-old president stepped down on Tuesday in the middle of impeachment proceedings from his own ZANU-PF party after a week of pressure from the military and large crowds which thronged the capital at the weekend The cable one of a series seen by Reuters this year which give a detailed insider’s view of Zimbabwean politics described intelligence officials warning Mugabwe he would face “fierce resistance from the military” if Mnangagwa was removed First seen by Reuters before the army intervened it said the 16-country Southern African Development Community (SADC) led by Zuma was pressuring Mugabe to resign and Zuma had suggested offering him a senior African Union role to ease him out Zuma’s spokesman Bongani Ngqulunga dismissed the account as “completely untrue and scandalous” “President Jacob Zuma did not communicate with President Mugabe about former Vice-President Mnangagwa at all about the issues you mention” The SADC declined to comment Regional support allowed Mugabe to overcome an election setback in 2008 and could have held the key to his future as leader SADC leaders met on Tuesday to discuss the crisis in Zimbabwe; Zuma and his Angolan counterpart Joao Lourenco were set to travel to Harare on Wednesday “All SADC leaders and African leaders want Mugabe to retire Mugabe is seen as an embarrassment to the whole African continent” the document said “GRAND OLD MAN” Zimbabweans celebrate after President Robert Mugabe resigns in Harare Zimbabwe November 21 2017 REUTERS/Philimon BulawayoReuters was not able to verify the assertion of widespread African opposition to Mugabwe in the Oct 23 cable which contrasts with his image as the respected “grand old man” of African politics Botswana President Ian Khama is the only African leader to have openly called for him to step down Khama told Reuters on Friday Mugabe should go and allow for “an opportunity to put Zimbabwe on a path to peace and prosperity” Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni a longtime strongman leader like Mugabe condemned the de facto seizure of power by the army which put troops on the streets of Harare and took over the state broadcaster Uganda which is not in the SADC reiterated its support for Mugabe on Tuesday “Mugabe is one person who couldn’t care what the West thought He spoke out for Africans’ rights pan Africanism” said Okello Oryem Uganda’s state minister for foreign affairs Slideshow (2 Images)SADC and the African Union (AU) have avoided characterising last week’s intervention by the military as a “coup” a definition that would carry diplomatic consequences The AU had no immediate comment on the account in the cable The cable said Zuma told Zimbabwe’s longtime leader that Mnangagwa a former security chief known as ‘The Crocodile’ was a “tricky customer” with “many lives” and that by taking him on Mugabe was “playing with big fire” Mnangagwa is widely expected to take over as president His whereabouts are unknown after he fled the country citing fears for his safety His political allies were not immediately available for comment The same cable said Zimbabwean intelligence officers and SADC leaders told Mugabe the army would not accept Mnangagwa being fired as vice-president to pave the way for Mugabe’s 52-year-old wife Grace to succeed him “Mugabe was openly told by senior CIOs that the military is not going to easily accept the appointment of Grace” it read The intelligence services of other countries in the region also knew the military might rebel and step in it continued “SADC leaders also shared the same sentiments with the CIOs” the cable said Reuters reported in September that Mnangagwa was plotting to succeed Mugabe with army backing at the helm of a broad coalition The plot posited an interim unity government with international blessing to allow for Zimbabwe’s re-engagement with the world after decades of isolation from global lenders and donors This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed which manages the Kherki Dhaula toll plaza, Related News Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah does not have any account on social networking sites and statements written there on his behalf are fake, the third alternative.

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