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He said his party would soon launch an email service by which people can complain about "encroachments made by SP men" and "even before" their government is formed in the state BJP workers will struggle in getting the encroachments cleared. Shah said inaction against the guilty was "surprising" and "they should be ashamed of it. Extending the strike to all district courts tomorrow, the coordination committee unanimously "resolved to observe complete strike on 13 October in all the district courts of Delhi to draw the attention of judicial administration to take action against the erring judges so that the judges act in a judicious manner and not treat lawyers as their subordinates.” In Winterfell,Daenerys. Suvidha Auto Gas director Neeraj Agnihotri and its staffer Jalaj Meshram," Additional Superintendent of Police, Four others also alleged to be part of the plan were picked up by the Mumbai Police Crime Branch Saturday.

another brand called ‘Hot Gutkha’," she had said. she had said 87 tickets will be given to Dalits, an energetic 74-year-old, that he could be his own man. The government received a minor setback? since then, internet bans and travel restrictions have nearly paralysed the economic activities there. was in full swing up to end of 7 July, download Indian Express App ?

the process was stymied a bit as Simbu has a habit of coming to shooting late, says till Dedh Ishqiya, of Coal India Limited was less than six tonnes, The ED has earlier questioned Rabri Devi’s son Tejashwi Yadav, "A special team of the agency from Delhi recorded her statement under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).minimum governance and maximum government? The writer is an IAS officerbatch of 1999and a graduate student at the Harvard Kennedy SchoolUS Views are personal [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsUpdated: February 21 2014 10:51 pm Related News The Union government’s decision to set up a coal regulator through executive order is akin to putting band-aid over a festering wound caused by its inefficient decisions on coal pricing and allocation The agency is a poor substitute for the coal regulatory authority (CRA) that the Centre attempted to create through legislation — the CRAI bill is stalled in Parliament Without a legislative mandate the regulatory body will simply serve as an advisor to PSUs in the coal sector Coal India Limited would still have the final say in important decisions like pricing as well as the allocation of coal blocks The regulator in its current avatar can frame “principles and methodology” in pricing but unlike in the case of the CRAI failure to comply with them will not result in corrective action The regulator will have no decisive role in the cancellation or suspension of mining licences It is also unclear how a non-statutory body can effectively adjudicate disputes between PSUs and buyers At the heart of the coal allocation controversy is the allegedly irregular manner in which the ministry of coal auctioned coal blocks The Comptroller and Auditor General of India has emphasised how auctions did not follow a competitive bidding process While the CAG may have overstepped its mandate in projecting “notional losses” from coal allocation there can be no denying its observations on opaque decision-making Left to ad hoc screening committees inter-ministerial groups and empowered groups of ministers there has been little transparency let alone oversight in the allocation and de-allocation of blocks The Centre has given scant regard to best practices in public procurement which raises questions about the effectiveness of interventions from an advisory body A weak coal regulator will lose face if the PSUs that have a monopolistic hold on the market ride roughshod over its recommendations Having a regulatory authority in this field could bring in much-needed checks and balances in the process of determining the sale of a scarce and valuable national resource But if its recommendations have no legal bearing on executive decisions the coal regulator will only duplicate the CAG’s work raising red flags without any tangible effect on arbitrary or corrupt practices For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related Newsup to the job of doing more to tackle poverty? Mainstream debates about the persistence of poverty and pervasive failures in public service delivery in India tend to overdraw on the states innate ability to deal with this Take the recurring instances of midday meal poisoningthe latest being the tragedy in Bihars Saran district If the headmaster follows the minimum protocols for management of the kitchen and school inspectors do basic supervisionand all these processes are embedded in an institutionalised system of accountabilitysuch incidents could easily be averted In its absenceeven a mundane task like running a school kitchenwhen done in scaleseems fraught with complications State capability can be broadly defined as the ability of a government bureaucracy to get things done It is a measure of the states institutional capacity and organisational capital to effectively implement its programmes and deliver basic public services to its citizens An inadequacy in state capability invariably manifests itself as implementation deficits In its absenceprocess innovations and technologies can get you only so far in managing large groups of stakeholders in complex and dynamic environments They can help a good system become greatbut are less likely to be effective in getting a system trapped in a bad equilibrium to shift to a better one The standard response to governance failures is to address them through one of four approaches The commonest refrainespecially among the urban middle classpredominantly employed in the formal private sectoris an increased role for the private sector This feeling is at least partially fuelled by the representativeness bias arising from contrasting high-profile examples of successful private businesses with pervasive government failures and the internalisation of their own workplace norms And it is reinforced by opinion makers and the mainstream media The other common response is to embrace participatory governancewhich promotes the empowerment of communities through decentralised decision-making Womens self-help groups and microloans are the commonest examples of this approach It is argued that such bottom-up strategies alone can ensure accountability and transparencycritical to the achievement of sustainable and inclusive development Another strategy places faith in innovative approaches to address governance failures Accordinglyconditional cash transfersunlocking the energy of social enterprisesestablishment of a strong anti-corruption ombudsmanextensive use of the latest in information technologyprocess re-engineering within public systemsapplying insights from behavioural psychology and so on are paths to improving governance and eliminating poverty Finallyinfluential academics believe that programme design and evaluationusing rigorous field experimentscan be an antidote to governance failures Accordinglythey advocate an evidence-basedincentive compatible design of policies and their evaluation I believe that all the aforementioned approaches take a partial view of the complex development process Provision of basic public goodsan effective welfare statedelivery of statutory services and the protection of basic civil and property rights are the responsibilities of governments everywhereand will continue to be so The private sector canat bestbe a marginal contributor to alleviating failures in these The limitation of the community development driven approachas Harvard professor Lant Pritchett provocatively arguesis that it is all bottoms and no ups more effective as a social empowerment than an economic growth strategy The attractions of innovations lie in their deceptive quick-fix appeal But complex socio-economic and political problems are usually not amenable to such magic-pill solutions Instead of starting with the problemacademic researchers construct interventions on randomly selected ideas using theoretical insightsand in the processnot only miss the broader perspective but also overlook its implementational challenges This is not to flippantly explain away the relevance of multiple strategies to making development happen It is just that no extent of private participation or decentralisation or innovation or alignment of incentives can make up for basic administrative deficiencies While action is required on all these dimensionsthey are secondary to improving state capability In factthe absence of adequate institutional capability can prove to be an insurmountable obstacle to any of these strategiesjust as a capable state can amplify their effectiveness The commonest causes for degeneration in state capability include politicisation of bureaucratic processesadministrative indisciplineerosion of accountability in the discharge of official responsibilitiesweakened supervision and monitoringand ubiquitous corruption Given how deeply intertwined state capability and political and civil society dynamics arethere are no easy answers to these problems But the broad contours of a plan can be sketched Administrative reforms that minimise politicisationenhance professionalism and improve accountability are critical to any effort in this direction Another important imperative is the decentralisation of functionsfunds and functionariesbut in a manner that does not over-burden local public systems Of more direct and immediate concern is improving the states capacity to monitor and supervise its functionaries and interventions The effective use of data appropriately analysed and rendered in a cognitively resonating manner can become a powerful decision-support for supervisors in this effort Over and abovenothing succeeds until administrative resources are strengthened by adequate provision of the required personnellogistics and finances We need to realise that even in the most advanced economiesgovernments are critical to underpinning economic prosperity and social stability Their administrative systems have the capability to deliver basic governance Instead of being misled by catch-all phrases like maximum governance and minimum government, and Ballia. Basti, by sending five reminders to the Hyderabad university’s vice-chancellor on a complaint from labour minister Bandaru Dattatreya.

Irani was also criticised for appointing Vishram Jamdar as the chairman of the Vishweshwaraya National Institute of Technology (VNIT) in Nagpur. the sight of chained people or the mentally ill roaming about the village, is commonplace. 2016 7:43 pm Nandita Das says she is enjoying her time off acting but would love to make a full-fledged return in front of the big screen given that she gets an exciting script Top News Actor-filmmaker Nandita Das says she is enjoying her time off acting and Hindi films but would love to make a full-fledged return in front of the big screen given that she gets an exciting script. Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News, The banned JuD is believed to be the front organisation for the LeT which carried out the 2008 Mumbai terror attack in which 166 people were killed. walked free on November 24 after the Pakistan government decided against detaining him further in any other case.” police sources said. Currently, holds the record to be?

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