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State capital Bhopal accounts for the largest number of flood-affected people, It’s just that this film views Iraq and the Hussein family with such coloured lenses that only one hero can fit the frame. The ride for Abhijeet will not be easier than the last year when the Indian had annexed the crown in Sri Lanka. We caught the two leopards and then released them back into the forest, deputy conservator of forestNarmadaH R Prabuddhasaid For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: October 30 2012 2:32 am Top News A major fire broke out in a kite manufacturers godown in congested area of Iqbal Ganj on Monday The kite manufacturer has been identified as Laddu Patangwala Tension gripped the congested area around 230 pm when shopkeepers saw fumes coming out of the godown As many as four fire brigade tenders were pressed into service and were still dousing the flames at the time of filing this report The loss could not be assessed but fire brigade teams said everything was burnt to ashes The loss must be in lakhs For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFor a moment on Saturday the United States was represented by another Trump on the world stage when the president’s daughter Ivanka took a seat among a table of G20 leaders in Germany The 35-year-old former fashion model sat down next to Xi Jinping Angela Merkel and Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Hamburg diplomats and the White House confirmed The incident fuelled allegations of nepotism against the US leader who has put family members in top White House positions A White House official told AFP that Ivanka had been at the back of the room but "briefly joined the main table when the president had to step out" The official emphasised that "when other leaders stepped out their seats were also briefly filled by others" Ivanka Trump AP Merkel also sought to play down the case saying that it is "in line with what other delegations do" But Trump’s already vociferous detractors were enraged Historian Anne Applebaum took to Twitter to denounce what she described "an unelected unqualified unprepared New York socialite" being seen as "the best person to represent American national interests" Ivanka’s participation came to light when a Russian official Svetlana Lukash tweeted a picture of Ivanka at the main table of the summit in Hamburg surrounded by world leaders "And replaces Pres Trump at the G20 table as he leaves for bilateral meetings" she said "It’s nothing unusual for an advisor to sit up front" said one diplomat on condition of anonymity "we have had it before" ‘She’s a champion’ Earlier in the day Trump had waxed lyrical about his daughter before a bevy of world leaders gathered to boost a fund designed to encourage female entrepreneurs "I’m very proud of my daughter Ivanka —always have been from day one —I had to tell you that from day one" Trump said before Canada’s Justin Trudeau and Australia’s Malcom Turnbull "She’s always been great" he said "A champion She’s a champion" Trump then prompted some nervous laughter when he mused about whether he had made her life more difficult "If she weren’t my daughter it would be so much easier for her Might be the only bad thing she has going if you want to know the truth" Ivanka was given the official title of "First Daughter and Advisor to the President" early in the adminstration amid outcry that an unofficial role exempted her from ethics rules Her husband —Trump’s son-in-law — is assistant to the president and senior advisor a top White House role Neither of the two take a salary Just a few weeks ago Ivanka professed to want to avoid getting involved in politics While unusual it is not unheard of for presidential kin to play a role in policy making Bill Clinton’s wife Hillary worked on health care reform and Rosalynn Carter sat in on cabinet meetings Written by Shamika Ravi | Updated: May 1 2014 5:50 pm Related News Why ‘right to entrepreneurship’ promised by Congress manifesto is a bad idea Little else is requisite to carry a state to the highest degree of opulence from the lowest barbarism but peace easy taxes and a tolerable administration of justice; all the rest being brought about by the natural course of things All governments which thwart this natural course which force things into another channel or which endeavour to arrest this progress of society at a particular point are unnatural and to support themselves are obliged to be oppressive and tyrannical” — Adam Smith (1776) In its 15-point agenda for socio-economic and political transformation the Congress manifesto pledges the “Right to Entrepreneurship that will protect and assist all those who seek to become entrepreneurs” Following the seminal works of William Baumol my mentor from early research years there is a general acceptance today that the institutions — legal political and cultural — within which entrepreneurs operate strongly influence the economic development of a country Institutions provide a framework that guides entrepreneurial activities within a country These are the explicit and tacit “rules of the game” which reduce uncertainty and determine the success of entrepreneurship in an economy How can any government then extend a “right” to entrepreneurship without transforming the public institutions that are struggling to keep pace with a rapidly evolving society and economy From a policy perspective therefore we are interested in exploring how to promote entrepreneurship In a research paper entitled “Entrepreneurship Development in the Micro Small and Medium Enterprise Sector in India: A Policy Analysis” (2013) we studied the growth of entrepreneurship in India by focusing on the micro small and medium enterprises sector (MSME) which has often been called the engine of growth for developing economies There are some strong lessons from India’s experience post liberalisation in 1991 Our research findings suggest that general improvements in physical and financial infrastructure have contributed significantly more to the growth of entrepreneurship in India than specific targeted policies of the government such as directed financial subsidies and the creation of special economic zones to promote entrepreneurship These policies which are aimed at developing entrepreneurship have had very marginal impacts over the last two decades in comparison Within the Indian context the MSME sector is a growing and significant segment of the economy Based on official figures from the MSME ministry (2008) this sector contributes 8 per cent to the national GDP comprises 50 per cent of India’s total manufactured exports 45 per cent of India’s total industrial employment and 95 per cent of all industrial units Post economic liberalisation in 1991 there have been major policy changes at the federal and state levels aimed at consolidating and developing this sector We analysed data on all 35 states and Union Territories starting from 1991 and going up to 2006 and measured performance through outcomes such as the number of MSME units in a state output per unit employment per unit and total exports from the MSME sector within a state We attempted to find an explanation for what has contributed to growth of entrepreneurship within the MSME sector in the Indian economy since 1991 In our analysis we compared two sets of government policies First we studied the general development policies of each state by looking at the total state expenditure on infrastructure the number of bank branches and offices there and total per capita tax in the state which includes direct and indirect taxes Second we explored some specific government policy interventions targeted towards entrepreneurship development in the MSME sector Here we scrutinised the state outlays and financial subsidies total investment in industrial parks the number of clusters set up for MSMEs in each state as well as total expenditure to support technology in the sector Beyond government policies there are large variations in the business environment across states So in our analysis we accounted for factors such as differences in labour cost the general wealth levels of states measured in per capita state GDP and literacy rates of states The main story underlying the results points to the fact that while state governments devise special policies targeting the growth of the MSME sector and channel significant resources into these it is the general development policies that are having a big impact Our results indicate that improving general access to finance has a bigger impact on the growth of the MSME sector than targeted financial subsidies We also found that broader improvements in infrastructure of a state go much further in the development of MSMEs than setting up SEZs for the sector Except for the positive effect on MSME exports that parks clusters and expenditure on technology support have specific targeted state policies showed no impact on any of the performance measures The result that is particularly interesting concerns financial subsidies to the MSME sector We found that pumping more financial subsidy into a sector is not necessarily the best way to encourage its growth In fact the result yields a deeper insight when we juxtapose it against the strong positive impact that the availability of bank branches has on MSME development within a state The increased presence of banks and raising subsidies to a sector are ultimately aimed at improving access to credit for entrepreneurs within that sector But the subsequent impacts that they have on entrepreneurial outcomes are very different The data revealed that while banks improve the growth of MSMEs government subsidies are negatively related to all performance measures What can explain the drastically opposing effects that banks and financial subsidies have on entrepreneurship In my opinion it could be the nature of credit targeting While banks are providing finance to viable businesses government subsidies might be channelled into unproductive and non-feasible ventures Contract theory would also point to various other inefficiencies that emerge when credit is available at below market rates Jointly the results strongly suggest that the role of the government should be that of a facilitator improving access to finance by encouraging more banks and other financial institutions to enter the local markets instead of an active player disbursing credit The results imply the core competence of the state lies in improving the general environment through investments in physical and financial infrastructure and strengthening institutions which provide a framework to guide entrepreneurs within India When a country has clear explicit and tacit “rules of the game” uncertainty is reduced which then helps in nurturing entrepreneurship Several perception-based measures of the quality of institutions reflect a significant and steady decline in Indian public institutions over the last two decades Hence a good starting point for promoting entrepreneurship is the rehabilitation of public institutions rather than bestowing the “right to entrepreneurship” on citizens and leaving them to develop creative jugaads to work around them The writer is fellow Brookings Institution India Centre and professor of economics Indian School of Business express@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by MK VENU | Published: January 3 2012 3:36 am Related News The UPA government has chosen the start of 2012 to announce an important policy reform to allow individuals from abroad to directly invest in Indian companies through the stock market route So faronly foreign institutional investors (FIIs) and other foreign entities registered with the stock market regulatorSEBIwere permitted to buy shares on Indian bourses Allowing individual retail investors globally to directly buy Indian stocks is an important step for greatly expanding the base of foreign portfolio investors looking at India It also marks a major liberalisation of the capital account Critics may argue that the timing of the decision is possibly motivated by the fact that India has received negative foreign institutional inflows during 2011-12and consequently there is an urgenteven desperateneed to attract other classes of investors from abroad to shore up capital flows into the country Howeverhistory suggests that big policy decisions come only when governments find themselves in somewhat difficult situations Of coursethe current situation certainly cannot be characterised as a crisislike the one faced in 1991 when India had to pledge gold to borrow dollars from the IMF to meet its immediate needs But it will not be an exaggeration to suggest that our external sector will remain somewhat vulnerable until the big banks in the crisis-ridden eurozone resume their normal lending activity This years shrinkage in capital flows is largely due to the euro situation So India needs to undertake new policy reforms to provide the much-needed cushion against possible risks emerging in the external sector In a sensethe vulnerabilities in the external sector caused by the global events will remain a major policy focus for India in 2012 The decision to allow all individual investors from abroad to directly buy equities in the Indian market exemplifies the special attention the government is paying to the external sector The rapid depreciation of the rupee about 17 per cent since October has been caused essentially by slowing capital inflows on various fronts India needs a minimum of $50-55 billion to meet its current account deficit of about 3 per cent of GDP So far in 2011-12foreign institutional inflows in the stock markets have been a negative of over $500 million Overallglobal FIIs have withdrawn a net amount of $40 billion from all emerging markets So every emerging market this year has suffered big sell-offs by FIIs Since no dollar inflows have happened on the FII accountwe necessarily have to depend on other capital flows such as foreign direct investment (FDI)NRI deposits and foreign borrowing by corporates to make up the $50-55 billion needed to meet the current account deficit India has received close to $30 billion as FDI but there has also been investment outflow in the form of Indian corporates investing about $15 billion abroad So there has been a net inflow of only about $15 billion as FDI Foreign borrowings by Indian companies are somewhat constrained by the European banks putting their house in order They are shrinking their balance sheets and are not lending so liberally Even if they areit is at much higher costs This adds to the external sector risk in the short run India raised the interest rate some time ago on NRE dollar deposits to make it attractive for NRIs to put deposits in Indian banks OverallIndia has been grappling with its external sector situation with a sense of urgency over the past three to four months In this regardanother factor of crucial importance is that India has to repay a total external debt of $137 billion which is maturing within financial year 2011-12 Of thisborrowing by companies maturing for repayment is about $20 billion or Rs 1 lakh crore There is concern about the capacity of many companiesespecially in the infrastructure sectorsto be able to repay their debt by March 31 this year Any default by an Indian company could tarnish the name of the country as well in the international market Given some of these vulnerabilitiesthe government needs to get proactive in 2012 about reforms which stabilise the external sector Most importantlythe UPA needs to clearly communicate to the opposition parties about the reforms aimed at strengthening the external sector Many wondered why the UPA had suddenly pulled out FDI in multi-brand retail as a frontline item for reformespecially since it was on the back-burner for a long time due to political resistance Prime Minister Manmohan Singh wanted FDI in multi-brand retail partly to send a positive signal for the external sector In a globalised worldsuch signalling has to be resorted to in order to effect a positive change in the investment climate It is not that FDI would have poured in overnight in the retail sector But there would certainly have been a positive impact on the external sector as well as on the rupees stability This is in the national interest and the opposition needs to be clearly sensitised to this For instanceit does not behove a former finance ministerknown for his liberal policies under the NDA regimeto now say he does not believe that reforms are about attracting more foreign investment The larger issue isthe political class must decide whether it wants to be paranoid and diffident about openly engaging with the globalised world After accepting accolades about Indias status as a rising economic storythere should be little scope for protectionist paranoia You can be one or the othernot both In this regardit must be noted how China has brilliantly used the period of economic and financial turmoil in recent years to gradually internationalise the yuan and engage more deeply with the global economywithout making too much noise The writer is managing editor? The ongoing discussion about the formation of the new government points to a paradox that has emerged during the last week: the difficulty in forming a stable government coalition may, Everybody wants them to be treated in a good manner, 2016 8:21 pm Umesh yadav said it will depend if there is sufficient turn on offer from fourth day. evening after evening, there is a need to conserve this tiny amphibian also as they have been ignored. 24.

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