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Old September 17th, 2018, 02:59 PM   #1521
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Old September 19th, 2018, 04:17 PM   #1522
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Court Cases in Lower Courts

In UP alone 9.23lac cases are older than 10 years!

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Old October 25th, 2018, 08:03 AM   #1523
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K'tka, only southern state with over 1 lakh Cr in taxes

Its struggle to find any person who is willing to do any business in UP. Natives with any kind of degree also want to exit state asap. Higher the education lower the chances to stay in state. State Govt is seen is anti business who will destroy business and work overtime to make sure none flourish in state.
100% of people I have interacted with who worked with state govt has only one thing to say never work with state govt.

Besides this we have serious perception problem of law & order and lack reasonable professional colleges to feed demand for industry.

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While Karnataka contributed a total of Rs 1,01,187.54 crore to the direct tax kitty, the neighbouring Tamil Nadu, where the degree of development is more, was way behind with Rs 63,583.63 crore. This was followed by Andhra Pradesh which collected Rs 42,236.97 crore, the recently released data by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has revealed.

Uttar Pradesh registered the biggest decline of 20% in direct tax collections followed by Bihar and Rajasthan which showed a fall of 3-4%. These states had registered an increase in tax collections immediately after demonetisation but returned to the old pattern within a year.

While UP collected Rs 29,309 crore in direct taxes in 2016-17, it came down to Rs 23,515 crore in 2017-18. Rajasthan, which collected Rs 20,182 crore in 2016-17, could garner only Rs 19,201 crore in 2017-18.

The pan-India direct tax collection has registered a growth of 10.02% in 2017-18, which is 18% higher than the same collected in the year of demonetisation in 2016-17

Read more at: https://www.deccanherald.com/busines...ADCuYTL14pLP_c
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Old October 25th, 2018, 04:43 PM   #1524
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Its struggle to find any person who is willing to do any business in UP. Natives with any kind of degree also want to exit state asap. Higher the education lower the chances to stay in state. State Govt is seen is anti business who will destroy business and work overtime to make sure none flourish in state.
100% of people I have interacted with who worked with state govt has only one thing to say never work with state govt.

Besides this we have serious perception problem of law & order and lack reasonable professional colleges to feed demand for industry.

Number speaks for itself
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While Karnataka contributed a total of Rs 1,01,187.54 crore to the direct tax kitty, the neighbouring Tamil Nadu, where the degree of development is more, was way behind with Rs 63,583.63 crore. This was followed by Andhra Pradesh which collected Rs 42,236.97 crore, the recently released data by the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has revealed.

Uttar Pradesh registered the biggest decline of 20% in direct tax collections followed by Bihar and Rajasthan which showed a fall of 3-4%. These states had registered an increase in tax collections immediately after demonetisation but returned to the old pattern within a year.

While UP collected Rs 29,309 crore in direct taxes in 2016-17, it came down to Rs 23,515 crore in 2017-18. Rajasthan, which collected Rs 20,182 crore in 2016-17, could garner only Rs 19,201 crore in 2017-18.

The pan-India direct tax collection has registered a growth of 10.02% in 2017-18, which is 18% higher than the same collected in the year of demonetisation in 2016-17

Read more at: https://www.deccanherald.com/busines...ADCuYTL14pLP_c
UP has got some flagship investments in the form of haier and Samsung and a few others in noida ...these will pave the wave for more manufacturing and more mncs to set up shop in UP, like how ford in 1996 changed the face of Chennai and TN from a laggard to an industrialized state ..,....
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Old November 2nd, 2018, 04:31 PM   #1525
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Power Situation in UP Villages

Finally my grandparents village couple of weeks back got the bunch conductor and meter is 100% of houses. People are now hoping to get reliable and quality power 24X7.

The village in question got the power in 1964 (yes 1964!) and since then nothing much happened (except last few years) and people got mostly few hrs of erratic low voltage power supply. As far as I know this and many more villages were willing to pay for power in late 80s and early 90s. But politics wrongly assumed (deliberately?) that people do not want to pay and do not have capacity and kept people in dark in literally every sense.

In late 90s & early 2000 most houses bought the batteries and used them to power lights and TVs. In mid 2000 when solar power became an option most went for very expensive solar panels and powered the equipment in houses.

I hope now after 54 years the villages will start getting 24X7 quality power. I saw bunch conductor in only one village and hope soon rest of villages in the block & district will be covered.

Quality power in 80s would have major impact on almost everything that UP is infamous for. Power consumption is most fundamental to impact everything that is directly and indirectly associated with human being.


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Old November 2nd, 2018, 04:40 PM   #1526
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Swatch Bharat Mission

During my last visit six months back i did not see any signs of swatch bharat mission in any of villages that i visit. Has the same feeling that nothing touches UP and all the talk is for rest of states.

During this visit saw the impact on ground and at large scale every village is constructing 100s of toilets. Bigger village got 1000+ toilet and smaller ones 100+ toilets. Most of toilets are under construction and one can assume work picked pace only in last few months.


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Old November 2nd, 2018, 04:42 PM   #1527
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Soil health Card

Have been asking the question on soil health card for now over one year and every one in my area said no signs of scheme.
Recent Media reports suggested that scheme is now victim of corruption and is non starter.
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Old November 2nd, 2018, 05:34 PM   #1528
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Model primary school

My grand parents village got the primary school in 1950s! Over a period of time almost everything in school declined and except teaching everything happened in school (marriages, voting, counting, cultural functions etc.)

The school now has been selected under Model School Scheme and Infra transformation is clearly visible. On paper school has 75 kids till class 5 and three teachers. As per pradhan more teachers soon will join and he is hoping number of kids soon will increase. The govt primary school caters to poor, and lower caste people in caste hierarchy. Most people who have little bit on extra income sends kids to private schools.

No idea on how many model schools have been selected per block/district.

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Old November 2nd, 2018, 05:38 PM   #1529
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Model primary school

school is still u/c

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Old November 5th, 2018, 05:06 AM   #1530
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Direct Tax Collection

Numbers for UP looks bad. From 19,850cr to 23,525cr between 2010-11 & 2017-18 tells sorry state of affairs. We must have added close to 3cr in population in these years.

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Direct Tax collection statistics (provisional) 2017-18 - Rupees Crores - Central Government

Maharashtra - 384,277.53
Delhi - 136,934.88
Karnataka - 101,187.54
Tamil Nadu - 67,583.63
Gujarat - 44,866.66
Andhra Pradesh - 42,236.97 (Telangana - 7035.54)
West Bengal - 39,752.04
Haryana - 25,614.76
Uttar Pradesh - 23,515.76
Rajasthan - 19,201.12

In 2010-11 these were the numbers

Maharashtra - 174,968.6
Delhi - 64,208.1
Karnataka - 35824.8
Tamil Nadu - 28409.5
Andhra Pradesh - 23,133.4
Uttar Pradesh - 19,850.5
Gujarat - 17,017.0
West Bengal - 19,458.0
Haryana - 9,212.6 1
Rajasthan - 5,813.3


Looked at a few states and there growth between 2010-11 and 2017-18.

Karnataka - 182%
Gujarat - 163%
Tamil Nadu - 137%
Maharashtra - 120%
Delhi - 113%
West Bengal - 104%

Interestingly, if we consider the growth rates between 2016-17 and 2017-18, some news reports have mentioned WB's reasonable good growth rate in the past one year. Looking at the time series data, it does look like that West Bengal started showing improvements from 2012-13.
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Old November 5th, 2018, 06:17 AM   #1531
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Numbers for UP looks bad. From 19,850cr to 23,525cr between 2010-11 & 2017-18 tells sorry state of affairs. We must have added close to 3cr in population in these years.
Alarming.


BTW, what are the major sources of Direct Taxes? Why is UP so low. Less than a tenth of Maharashtra in fact.
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Old November 23rd, 2018, 07:52 AM   #1532
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Source of income for state govt

has lot of potential if we can promote production of wine and fresh beer in state. Wine can be of great help to farmers income and will give significant increase in revenue to state govt.


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Old November 23rd, 2018, 07:57 AM   #1533
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Cooking gas sale

Interesting numbers. Even after success of Ujjwala Yojana in India the consumption has shown significant decline. One of possibility is commercial establishments are using commercial cylinder instead of subsidized cylinder. Decline is significant and one need to study the reasons as does not look good for the state.

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Old November 23rd, 2018, 08:08 AM   #1534
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Quality of education

good to see CBSE Chairman honestly acknowledging the problem. Acknowledgement is first step in solving the issue. India does not need chest thumping mob claiming to be best in world.

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Story : ‘Namami Gange’ Lifts 128-Year Old ‘Curse’ On Holy River: Discharge From Asia’s Largest Sisamau Drain Comes To A Stop.

In what is being hailed as the biggest victory yet for the ‘Namami Gange’ project to clean up the Ganga, 14 crore litres of sewage which used to be released into the river from the Sisamau drain every day is now being successfully diverted to the Jajmau treatment plant, reports Live Hindustan.

Sewage from the drain, which is reportedly 128 years old, used to be dumped into the river through the Bhairo Ghat. While 8 crore litres of the sewage had been successfully routed earlier, routing the remaining 6 crore litres proved to be an arduous task. However, this has now been achieved by engineers of the state’s Jal Nigam and Namami Gange engineers.

The report states that engineers and their pumping machines were stretched to their limits in trying to control the flow of the sewage due to the velocity of the drain. The entire effort had been made more difficult due to an existing pipeline and a British-era drain obstructing the way.

Cleaning up the Ganga has been among Narendra Modi government’s top-most priorities with the ‘Namami Gange’ project having been launched for this specific purpose. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari had earlier announced that the project will be finished by December 2019.



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Nitin Gadkari: Namami Gange will conclude by December 2019

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Second Goundbreaking Ceremony to take place on 28th July.
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The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh has identified 25 projects to be implemented at priority ahead of the 2022 state polls and has set up a five-member Project Monitoring Group headed by the chief secretary to oversee these projects every week.

The chief minister has invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to lay the foundation stone of two of these projects — the Bundelkhand Expressway this month and the Jewar International Airport in January. Work on the third such project, the defence corridor in UP, is expected to begin next February when the Defence Expo is held.

Adityanath has also invited the PM for the DefExpo India, which will be held for the first time in the state next year in Lucknow.

UP’s chief secretary RK Tiwari wrote to secretaries of 10 departments on November 27, specifying the 25 projects and ordering setting up of four sub-groups for monitoring them through a meeting each week. These projects include the Purvanchal Expressway, Ganga Expressway and the Gorakhpur Link Expressway. Metro projects in Kanpur, Agra, Meerut, Gorakhpur, Prayagraj and Bareilly also figure in the list.

Other projects identified as top-level priorities are the All India Institutes of Medical Sciences in Gorakhpur and Rae Bareli, universities in Azamgarh, Aligarh and Saharanpur, an Ayush university and a sports university. A medical university in the name of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee is on the high-priority list, along with the Kashi Vishwanath Temple Corridor project in Varanasi. Tourism development in Ayodhya, Mathura and Varanasi also figure in the list.

The Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, the Amritsar-Delhi-Kolkata Industrial Corridor, execution of memorandums of understanding signed during the Investors Summit in UP and implementation of central big-ticket projects such as Smart City, Amrut Scheme and the Nanami Gange programme have been identified among the state government’s focus areas.

The chief secretary directed officials that milestones and targets be fixed for execution of all the 25 projects and a meeting be held every Tuesday to assess the progress.

The bid for Jewar airport was opened last week and the work will be officially awarded to Zurich Airport Ltd after a state cabinet meeting in mid-December. The UP government said it has acquired more than 85% of land for the project at a record pace, just as it did in the case of the Bundelkhand Expressway.
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