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People feel vulnerable when they lack core capabilities that prevent them from doing things they value and in coping with threats they face without suffering serious consequences The report identifies “structurally vulnerable” groups of people that are more vulnerable than others by virtue of their history or of their unequal treatment by the rest of society Such a disadvantage can be traced to many factors including gender ethnicity and geographic location Human insecurity is compounded by the overlapping of structural vulnerabilities For example this could happen to groups that in addition to having to cope with disabilities are also poor and belong to a minority group The report has an interesting discussion on “life-cycle vulnerabilities” that are contingent upon a person’s age and hence stage in life For example new born babies are particularly vulnerable during the first 1000 days of life older children during the transition from school to work and adults when they move from the world of work to an era of retirement Since capabilities are built over a lifetime the report argues that setbacks at these critical points in a person’s life can have adverse and prolonged impacts For instance neglecting childhood development has serious ramifications for learning in school holding on to a job and coping with growing old Such neglect also transmits vulnerabilities to the next generation The HDRs have gained popularity because of the ranking of countries on the Human Development Index (HDI) What does the 2014 HDR reveal The not-so-good news is that there has been no change in India’s rank on the HDI As in 2012 India continues to rank 135 out of 186 countries for which the index has been computed In South Asia whereas Sri Lanka (ranked 73) and the Maldives (ranked 103) fare better India does marginally better than Bhutan (ranked 136) and Bangladesh (ranked 142) and much better than Nepal (ranked 145) Pakistan (ranked 146) and Afghanistan (ranked 169) India fares badly on gender equality and ranks 127 on the Gender Development Index (GDI) — a new measure of gender gaps in levels of human development achievements for 148 countries Countries are ranked based on the absolute deviation from gender parity on the HDI This means countries are penalised not only for gaps that disfavour women but also for those that disfavour men The largest gender gap in HDI is observed in South Asia (17 per cent) followed by Arab states and sub-Saharan Africa with a gap of about 13 per cent each The most unequal is Afghanistan where the HDI for females is only 60 per cent of the male HDI Four other findings merit attention First the top five countries leading the HDI ranking are Norway Australia Switzerland Netherlands and the United States — the same as in 2012 Similarly as in 2012 the lowest scores in HDI are Niger Democratic Republic of the Congo Central African Republic and Sierra Leone For the first time Japan no longer ranks first on the HDI among Asian countries Three countries have done better: Singapore Hong Kong and importantly South Korea Second levels in human development continue to rise though the pace has slowed for all regions over 2008-13 compared to 2000-08 Third inequalities in health are decreasing those in education remain persistently high and income inequality continues to grow particularly in developing countries Four computation of the Multi-Dimensional Poverty Index (MPI) reveals that despite recent progress in poverty reduction more than 22 billion people are either near or living in multidimensional poverty It is however unfortunate that the Indian government’s reluctance and subsequent delay in commissioning the fourth round of the National Family Health Survey has meant that data used for computation of the MPI is seriously outdated (pertains to 2005-06) Returning to the main theme the report contains a set of practical recommendations for addressing vulnerabilities and building resilience to future shocks It advocates embracing the principles of equity and universalism putting people first and investing in strengthening collective voice and action The HDR calls for reinforcing universal access to basic social services especially health and education introducing well-designed interventions to address life-cycle vulnerabilities (focusing on early childhood and the transitions from youth to young adulthood and from adulthood to old age) and strengthening social protection (including unemployment insurance and pension programmes) The report highlights the need to build capacities for disaster preparedness and recovery so that communities can better deal with and recover from shocks At the macro level it rightly calls for a commitment to full employment (rather than targets of economic growth) recognising that the value of employment extends far beyond the income it generates The report’s main takeaway is that unless vulnerabilities are addressed immediately and effectively and efforts are made to ensure that every member of society benefits from investments in human development human progress can be neither equitable nor sustainable This is indeed a timely and important message — not just for India but for all nations of the world The writer an economist is member of the advisory panel and senior advisor to the UNDP’s Human Development Report Office For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express AppBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: February 2 2017 1:43 pm Kaabil box office collection day 8: Hrithik Roshan’s film garnered great reviews from audiences and critics Top News Sanjay Gupta directorial Kaabil starring Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam is doing well at the box office The film which minted Rs 570 crore on Wednesday has earned 8530 crore in eight days despite the strong competition from Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees has managed to attract the audience and entertain them with its storyline Hrithik’s film has been lauded by his industry’s friends and the actor even wrote a heartfelt message for Shah Rukh Khan before the release of the two films Earlier Kaabil collected Rs 1311 crore Rs 1561 crore and Rs 1505 crore on Friday Saturday and Sunday respectively Kaabil is also doing decent business in overseas market WATCH VIDEO |‘Haseeno Ka Deewana’ Star Urvashi Rautela’s Fun Rapid-Fire Trade tracker Joginder Tuteja wrote “#Kaabil – Wednesday – 570 cr Total so far: 8530 cr Very good hold during the weekdays” While Hrithik has managed to gain limelight due to his performance even the two antagonist of the film Ronit Roy and Rohit Roy are getting appreciated for their portrayal Yami Gautam who plays the love interest of Hrithik’s character has lent good support to the film as well Also read |Kaabil box office collection day 7: Hrithik Roshan film looks good onweekdays Even since the release of the two films was announced Rakesh Roshan has expressed concern over a big clash Kaabil released on 2200 screens while Raees got 2700 much to the chagrin of Roshans who expected an equal distribution of screens for both the films Also read |Hrithik Roshan donates his eyes joins Aishwarya Rai Rajinikanth and SonakshiSinha Watch | Hrithik Roshan angry over getting less number of screens in comparison to Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees However according to reports on Forbes Kaabil is already in profit The film which was made at the budget of Rs 50 crore has already recouped Rs 42 crore from Indian distributors Rs 45 crore from its satellite rights Rs 10 crore from music rights and Rs 15 crore from the overseas rights For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsBy: Reuters | Madrid | Published: October 3 2017 9:10 am Alvaro Morata could be out for six weeks (Reuters Photo) Related News Spain and Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata’s hamstring problem could leave him sidelined for several weeks after tests with the national team revealed he has a grade two tear Morata had an MRI scan on Sunday after limping off during Chelsea’s 1-0 Premier League home defeat by Manchester City on Saturday According to British media reports on Tuesday the injury could keep him out for at least six weeks Spain manager Julian Lopetegui on Monday called up 36-year-old Athletic Bilbao striker Aritz Aduriz to replace Morata with the Blues forward missing Spain’s final World Cup 2018 qualifying matches against Albania and Israel Spain are also missing injured duo Andres Iniesta of Barcelona and Dani Carvajal of Real Madrid replaced by Las Palmas’ Jonathan Viera and Real Sociedad’s Avaro Odriozola as the Group G leaders bid to earn a place at the finals in Russia The Spaniards are three points clear of second-placed Italy with just the two rounds of matches remaining Chelsea signed Morata from Real Madrid in the close season and the striker has flourished at Stamford Bridge with seven goals in nine appearances for Antonio Conte’s champions If Morata’s worst fears are confirmed he will miss both of Chelsea’s Champions League group stage matches against AS Roma and several Premier League games including the home clash with Manchester United on November 5 For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Lucknow | Updated: May 10 2017 4:44 am Related News The state government on Tuesday decided to create two new municipal corporations — Ayodhya Nagar Nigam and Mathura-Vrindavan Nagar Nigam Following the decision which was taken in a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday the total number of municipal corporations in the state has increased to 16 Elections for the mayoral post of the new corporations will be held during the upcoming local body polls The upgradation involved more funds towards infrastructure development from the state and Centre for the towns involved The government will also appoint municipal commissioners there After the Cabinet meeting minister and government spokesperson Shrikant Sharma told mediapersons that the municipal boards of Faizabad and Ayodhya would be merged to create Ayodhya Nagar Nigam He said people have faith in lord Ram and devotees from across the world visit Ayodhya The decision to create the Ayodhya municipal corporation is aimed at developing infrastructure in the town he added Similarly Mathura and Vrindavan were merged as both are religious sites and a large number of devotees visit them every year Sharma said Mathura and Vrindavan lack adequate cleanliness and toilets he added In another decision the government has decided to regulate street vendors by implementing UP Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Rules 2017 Cabinet minister Sidharth Nath Singh said street vendors’ committees would be formed in urban local bodies and the municipal commission or executive officers in the local bodies will head them One-third of the members in the committee will reportedly be women OBCs and SCs and street vendors will be registered Children below the age of 14 would not be allowed to register Singh said adding the government will launch a programme in June-July to motivate those children to go to school For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: April 13 2017 3:16 pm Tiger Shroff says Ram Gopal Varma surely knows what he is doing Related News Ram Gopal Varma has been regularly lashing out at celebrities on Twitter be it about their personal lives or professional But his major target off late has been Tiger Shroff During a Twitter banter Ramu challenged Vidyut Jammwal and Tiger Shroff to get on a fight to prove who is better at martial arts But things blew out of proportion when last night Vidyut spoke to the director and posted that conversation on his Twitter handle for the world to hear the way RGV was passing lewdcomments about Tiger Shroff under the influence of alcohol The director tagged the Baaghi actor as a ‘transgender’ and a ‘woman’ which has left Tiger’s fans shocked and furious However the actor himself has not lost his cool despite such derogatory comments over the entire issue At the Sony YAY channel launch Tiger who is the brand ambassador was asked about his reaction on RGV’s tweets and the way the filmmaker has been targeting him on social media Tiger said “Ya ya I have said this before Umm everybody has a freedom of speech of course RGV is a senior he has been in the industry for years whereas I have recently entered the industry so ‘mann ki baat bolu toh it won’t be appropriate” Listen to RGV’s conversation posted by Vidyut Jammwal: Forget the Shaolin Monk style check out @RGVZoomin‘s #drunkenmasterstylehttp://s.tco/Hm1MDVnqXh — Vidyut Jammwal (@VidyutJammwal) April 11 2017 He further said that he is looking at the bright side too “I would also want to say that I am glad that I have made some kind of an identity a mark in the industry that people are at least talking about me I have made some kind of an impact If this makes him (RGV) happy it is okay he is a senior man It would be out of line if I react and I don’t want to bring any shame to my mother and father because I know they wouldn’t want me to react I don’t want to bring more light to this situation” Tiger added Also read |Ram Gopal Varma calls Tiger Shroff ‘transgender’ Vidyut Jammwal makes his conversationpublic Earlier the director said that Tiger is the ‘new age Urmila Matondkar’ and was a ‘perfect bikini babe’ However his comments were not entertained by anyone among the Shroff family Tiger’s sister and mother were proud of the fact that the actor remained poised about the entire issue and proved out to be the real man However now that Tiger has given his statement we really want to know what’ll be Ramu’s next move For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Jagdeep Singh Deep | Mohali | Published: September 22 2017 6:54 am The scheme is planned along the lines of Chandigarh’s single-digit sectors with large-sized plots and a population of 30 only per acre Chandigarh Newsline has learnt Related News SEVERELY CASH-STRAPPED the Greater Mohali Area Development Authority (GMADA) is hoping that a low-density residential scheme in Mullanpur Garibdass area with plots of 500 sq yds and 1000 sq yds will help overcome its financial crisis The scheme is planned along the lines of Chandigarh’s single-digit sectors with large-sized plots and a population of 30 only per acre Chandigarh Newsline has learnt The housing scheme is to come up near Medi-City GMADA has initiated the process of acquiring 255 acres of land for the scheme To conserve its finances instead of paying cash compensation to all the owners of the acquired land GMADA has offered the option of land pooling Under this the owner will be compensated per acre with a 1000 sq yd residential plot and a 121 sq yd commercial plot GMADA is offering cash compensation to owners of land less than 1 acre GMADA officials said the scheme was planned in 2015 by the previous SAD-BJP government The notification inviting objections has been issued The officials of GMADA have held meetings with Eco-City Sangarsh Committee which is representing the farmers Of 255 acres 246-acre land is owned by the residents of Mullanpur Garibdas “As per the master plan we have planned for four families per acre with up to seven or eight members in each family” a GMADA official said An official of the land acquisition branch of GMADA said under land pooling half the land acquired has to be given to the owner while GMADA can sell the other half One acre consists of 4840 square yards Of this GMADA can put on sale 2400 square yards Officials said the price of 500 square yard plot could go for as high as Rs 1 crore “We will carve out four plots of 500 square each Two plots will be offered to the farmers under the land pooling scheme We will sell two plots the rest of the land will be used to build dispensary roads and parks in the area” the official said GMADA has already conducted the Social Impact Survey Sources in GMADA said that most landowners want to opt for the land pooling scheme A GMADA official said they have completed all the formalities and now they will issue notices under Section 18 of the Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act (RARA) which means that GMADA will start the process of rehabilitation of the landowners GMADA will offer around Rs 15 crore compensation per acre if the landowner does not opt for the land pooling scheme The members of Eco-City Sangarsh Committee which has recently met the GMADA officials however asked the government to announce the award for compensation The chairman of the committee Mohan Lal Gupta said that they met the GMADA officials around 20 days ago and discussed the options offered by the government However both the scheme and its timing have puzzled many Tejinder Singh Punia chairman of Mohali Property Consultants Association said that keeping in mind the slump in the real estate market GMADA should be offering small-sized plots He added that this is not the right time to launch a low-density residential scheme N S Kalsi who retired as an Executive Engineer (XEN) from Punjab Urban Development Authority (PUDA) also questioned GMADA’s intention “In a 500-square yard area GMADA can make flats which will accommodate hundreds of people People would be interested in buying small properties GMADA can also target the middle class and the service class which is living in Chandigarh but I fail to figure out what is the idea behind floating such a scheme I am sure that not many people will come to apply in the scheme” Kalsi said Shailander Anand former chairman of MPCA also questioned the timing of the scheme He pointed to the fall in the real estate market and cited the example of GMADA’s own Purab Premium Project “When Purab Premium Apartment project was launched GMADA planned 4600 flats of different sizes which include one BHK two BHK and three BHK but due to poor response GMADA had to change the decision and only 1600 flats were built” Anand explained For all the latest City Others News download Indian Express App More Related News| Surat | Updated: February 16 2017 2:57 am Top News The Ahmedabad Urban Development Authority (AUDA)Tuesday passed a budget of Rs 540 crore for the financial year 2017-18 with emphasis on housing and infrastructure This year’s budget is 15 per cent higher than previous year The 261st AUDA meeting headed by its chairman Bhupendra Patel proposed three bridges at Ranasan Sanathal and at a yet to be finalised location and for this Rs 8042 crore was earmarked It has made provision of Rs 7028 crore for construction of 3000 houses in its areas Another major project is work on Gota-Godhavi Canal for which Rs 15 crore is set asideTwo sports complexes will come up at a cost Rs 5 crore one each in east and west areas while Rs 788 crore will be spent on parks and gardens For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: February 10 2016 5:47 am TRAI has settled the net neutrality debate in favour of the principle of equality Related News By explicitly barring differential pricing or “zero rating” of data services on the basis of content route or application the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) has settled the net neutrality debate in favour of the principle of equality spurning the blandishments of expediency Differential pricing and the bundling of services would allow providers to increase coverage at a dramatic rate helping the government’s Digital India initiative However it would have favoured big business with deep pockets at the expense of small players and start-ups a segment whose promotion the government has prioritised Facebook’s eagerness to establish a bigger presence in the emerging Indian market had lent urgency to the question India is prime property for the social media giant whose growth is plateauing in more developed and less populated markets Following Trai’s publication of a consultation paper in December Facebook had launched a massive evangelical blitz titled “Save Free Basics” referring to its programme to vacuum up a huge new user base in India in exchange for free stripped-down services Indeed for many concerned Indians the larger question of net neutrality boiled down to arguments for and against Facebook’s campaign But the prowess of Facebook itself illustrates why net neutrality is an absolute good What began as a bit of PHP code to connect Harvard University students could scale up and deploy globally within two years of its launch because the whole internet was its playground It did not have to negotiate the distribution bottlenecks of traditional media where established companies have an edge TV channels must charm DTH and cable providers; book publishers must persuade distributors An internet start-up only has to convince its users and investors because the neutral internet renders it as accessible to the world as the giant corporations it competes with Apart from discouraging enterprise the “bubbling” of users — closing off news of the world by providing a curated slice of it for free — would constrain access to knowledge and discourage the democratisation of thought the finest gifts of the internet While posing as a policy that would narrow the digital divide by offering pared-down internet services to those who can afford none zero-rated products are actually a form of predatory pricing and India’s regulator has followed its dharma by banning them from Indian cyberspace It has rightly valued public opinion over the pet projects of government and big business While Digital India would certainly empower people over the long term support for start-ups in a broader landscape of technological creativity would create jobs and capabilities immediately Government should now support this sunrise sector not with the taxpayer’s money which it has rashly ventured but by creating an environment for incubating start-ups For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Kolkata | Published: July 30 2017 2:42 am Jhulan Goswami registered magnificent figures of 3/23 to restrict England to a modest 228/7 in the summit clash Related News Indian women cricket team’s starpacer Jhulan Goswami said the nine run loss against England in the ICC World Cup final would continue to haunt the side “We are touched by the way India embraced and welcomed us despite losing but till we win a World Cup the ‘number nine’ will continue to haunt us” Jhulan said during a felicitation ceremony on the occasion of Mohun Bagan Day here The lanky Bengal pacewoman registered magnificent figures of 3/23 to restrict England to a modest 228 for seven in the summit clash at Lord’s but India choked under pressure to lose by nine runs A day after she returned Jhulan was given a special award by Mohun Bagan and the Chakdah pacer wished the Mariners had a women’s cricket team “I will be really happy on the day Mohun Bagan also have a women’s cricket team” Jhulan said Talking about her personal life the 34-year-old further said she is focusing on the game and does not have time to engage in a relationship “I am focusing on the game I am so busy with it that I will not be able to devote time to anything else There’s a lot of time for that” Jhulan said “If I cannot devote time to a relationship then I won’t be able to do justice to it I would prefer to do one thing at a time” she added “I have seen my friends and how they have had to struggle to balance two things at one time” Mohun Bagan tent resonated in cheers when former India defender Subrata Bhattacharya became the 17th recipient of the club’s highest honour Mohun Bagan Ratna Known for his unflinching association with the club as a player for 17 years Bhattacharya’s relationship with the club had soured but lately they mended ways “I signed for Mohun Bagan because of Chuni da (Chuni Goswami) It’s an honour playing for Mohun Bagan from March 6 1974 to June 8 1991” he said Bhattacharya was captain of Mohun Bagan’s ‘Class of 1977’ in a path-breaking season when they won a historic triplecrown — Durand Rovers and IFA Shield — and also lockedhorns against a star-studded New York Cosmos team which had living legend Pele in a match ending in 2–2 draw Bhattacharya was captain of Mohun Bagan’s ‘Class of 1977’ in a path-breaking season when they won a historic triplecrown — Durand Rovers and IFA Shield — and also lockedhorns against a star-studded New York Cosmos team which had living legend Pele in a match ending in 2–2 draw For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMathura: Union Minister Giriraj Singh has accused RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav and Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar of diverting people’s attention from the basic issue of development and said that BJP-led NDA would get two thirds majority in the Bihar Assembly election "Even though Nitish and Lalu focused on personal attack rather than talking on developmental issues NDA would get two third majority in Bihar elections and the results on 8 November would be startling" the Union Minister told reporters in Mathura on Wednesday Giriraj Singh PTI "Their discussions were focused on beef or reservation for the backward community They even made filthy remark against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP’s national President Amit Shah" he said Hitting out at the NDA government’s critiques the Minister said "They have been exposed as their claim to teach a lesson (Chhati Ka doodh yad Aa Jayega) would rebound and they themselves would learn a lesson (Nani Yaad Aa Jayegi)" On being asked why BJP has not named its Chief Ministerial candidate for Bihar polls he said "It is our internal issue Let the election result be declared we shall name the Chief Minister also Meanwhile I am not in the race" Reacting to Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan’s statement on "intolerance" in the country Singh said "People highlighting Pakistan in spite of their permanent stay here have no right to stay in India" Charging Congress for showing intolerance since long the Union Minister for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises said "From the emergency to Sikh riots Bhagalpur riots forced eviction of Kashmiri Pundits from Kashmir in 1990 are all examples of intolerance of Congress" Earlier during his visit to Central Institute for Research on Goats (CIRG) Singh asked the scientists to design ways of increasing milk production "There is shortage of milk production Scientists should find out ways to resolve it Their efforts should appear on field instead in labs" he said PTI By: IANS | Sydney | Published: July 11 2015 7:34 pm According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) India will have 80 million people with diabetes by 2030 Top News Compared to those in the developed world middle classes in India and other developing countries are more susceptible to Type-2 diabetes obesity and cardiovascular diseases thanks to their undernourished ancestors says a study The results published in the journal Cell Metabolism could explain projections that more than 70 percent of the global burden of Type-2 diabetes will fall on individuals from developing countries by 2030 According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) India will have 80 million people with diabetes by 2030 Based on their results that eating a ‘normal’ diet can make animals overweight if their ancestors had been undernourished for several generations the researcher from University of Sydney in Australia the National Centre for Cell Science and the DYP Medical College in Pune India said that diabetes is linked to the nutrition endured by ancestors “People in developing countries have faced multi-generational undernutrition and are currently undergoing major lifestyle changes contributing to an epidemic of metabolic diseases though the underlying mechanisms remain unclear” the study said Increasing prosperity in developing countries has been accompanied by a sudden increase in caloric intake However their populations’ epigenetic makeup whereby changing environmental factors alter how people’s genes are expressed has not compensated for these dietary changes This means their bodies are still designed to cope with undernourishment; so they store fat in a manner that makes them more prone to obesity and its resulting diseases than populations accustomed to several generations of a ‘normal’ diet This scenario was recreated in a 12-year study of two groups of rats by associated professor Anandwardhan Hardikar’s team at the University of Sydney and colleagues overseas The first group was undernourished for 50 generations and then put on a normal diet for two generations The second (control) group maintained a normal diet for 52 generations At the end of the study it was found that when the descendants of the first group were exposed to a normal diet these rats were eight times more likely to develop diabetes and multiple metabolic defects when compared to the control group “Their adverse metabolic state was not reversed by two generations of nutrient recuperation through a normal diet” Hardikar said “Instead this newly prosperous population favoured storage of the excess nutrients as fat leading to increased obesity cardiovascular disease and metabolic risk for diabetes when compared to their ‘developed world’ counterparts” Lower Vitamin B12 levels in the undernourished rats could also be an indicator of this trend the study said “Human studies from Ranjan Yajnik’s group at KEM Hospital in Pune India have demonstrated that low circulating B12 and high folate levels are associated with insulin resistance and Type-2 diabetes” Hardikar said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top News what are they vulnerable to, There will have to be clarity over exactly what should be regulated. 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