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s ? No wonder he won the match of the honours. Head, I sincerely wish Mr Jaitley will resist the temptation of being hailed as a hero. Here is my unsolicited advice Temper expectations: The economy has been on the mend since 2013-14 when the growth rate jumped from 51 per cent in the previous year to 69 per cent but there is still some distance to go The CSO has estimated that growth in 2014-15 will be 74 per cent Accept the estimate and don’t aim for a higher growth rate Given the current situation a growth rate of between 7 and 8 per cent will be satisfactory and non-inflationary Stick to fiscal consolidation: UPA II lost its way when it prolonged the policy of fiscal stimulus I requested Mr Vijay Kelkar to suggest a path of fiscal consolidation He did we adopted it and it has paid rich dividends Inflation has moderated the exchange rate is reasonably stable and the credit rating is intact If the Chief Economic Adviser or the Vice Chairman of NITI Aayog demurs invite Mr Kelkar for a one-week tutorial that will keep the two gentlemen occupied until Budget day The first numbers that analysts will look for is whether the government has achieved the targeted fiscal deficit of 41 per cent in the current year and has set a target of 36 per cent for 2015-16 Increase public sector investment not government expenditure: Public sector enterprises (PSEs) are woefully reluctant to invest In 2012 we told them “Use it or Lose it” We told them that their profits have to be invested failing which they should give the government more in the form of dividend The diktat worked In 2012-13 the capital expenditure of Central PSEs was Rs 193737 crore and in 2013-14 it was Rs 257641 crore Public sector investment stimulates demand for goods and services creates jobs and has a “drag” effect on private sector investment On the other hand government departments are happy to spend Departments will ask for more money to spend on buildings travel seminars outsourcing studies and forming monitoring committees They will propose “new and better” schemes and promise to name them after BJP icons Mr Jaitley should firmly reject such requests and give only a little more than what each department actually spent in 2014-15 Tax sops may be required but only for enhanced savings: Tax concessions for financial savings are a good idea Higher deduction under some heads of expenditure is a bad idea Ideally exemptions and deductions must go so that everyone above an income threshold pays tax Budget should pass equity test: On equity the government’s intentions are suspect and its capacity doubtful Scarce public goods and falling standards impose a huge burden on the poor There are many ways to promote equity so let’s see how the Finance Minister goes about it Budget should also pass the equality test: Rising inequality — of income and wealth — is the bane of development It is the prime cause of social strife crime and erosion of democratic values Only some Scandinavian countries have faced up squarely to this challenge Given the BJP’s core beliefs I can predict with regret that the Budget will fail the test of reducing inequality My best wishes to the Finance Minister For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by P Vaidyanathan Iyer | Published: July 18 2016 12:03 am The Congress’s opposition to GST which according to Manmohan Singh could be ‘an envy of the world’ is out-and-out political Top News IT HAS been almost a decade since the then finance minister P Chidambaram first proposed April 1 2010 as the date for introducing a national-level Goods and Services Tax (GST) in his budget speech of 2007-08 As is evident that was not to be so Yes a broad political consensus had evolved over the years A shift to a clean dual VAT (value added tax) system — with the Centre and states individually taxing both goods and services at similar rates — sounded both plausible and imminent by 2011 Despite the UPA’s political will to see through the complex implementation of what truly is a second generation reform it could not GST is referred to as a second generation reform because it required both the Union government and states to be on board Unfortunately the BJP single-handedly stalled GST in Parliament then frustrating and provoking the mild-mannered Prime Minister Manmohan Singh This is not lost on the Congress today The Congress’s opposition to GST which according to Singh could be “an envy of the world” is out-and-out political The party’s demands are unreasonable — some in the Congress privately describe them as absurd One it wants the government to specify the GST rate in the Constitution itself Extending the logic there may be demands tomorrow for all other taxes including personal income tax rates and corporate tax rates to be mentioned in the Constitution If so every change in taxes will require a constitutional amendment The ideological underpinning of the Congress’s argument is that indirect taxes are paid by the rich and poor alike and the government’s need to raise revenues will push it to hike tax rates In India though indirect tax rates have evolved over decades and items consumed by the poor and needy are taxed at lower rates So 75 per cent of the items that make up the Consumer Price Index basket are either not taxed or are taxed at low rates Besides why wouldn’t the Congress itself propose this while in office begs a serious answer Also the Congress wants disputes between states or between states and the Union government on GST to be decided by an adjudication authority This too is bizarre since it amounts to yielding legislative powers of taxation to the judiciary This again needlessly adds a new element to the friction between the courts and the government Having said this the Congress itself is facing a strange predicament How can it hand over the GST legislation to the Narendra Modi government on a platter Having relentlessly pursued it for eight years and with the BJP stalling it all along how can it let the mileage of the biggest indirect tax reform accrue to the NDA This is best explained in Manmohan Singh’s words On February 16 2011 a fortnight before the budget for 2011-12 was to be presented he had a long interaction with editors of the electronic media Those were rough days for Singh with his UPA government besieged with allegations of scams and scandals such as 2G spectrum Commonwealth Games Adarsh Society and Devas-Antrix Nevertheless he said his government had not lost the will to take hard decisions “We will persist There are difficulties when Parliament is not allowed to function When the Opposition-led states for example do not wish to cooperate over path-breaking reforms ushering in a single goods and services tax This is the reform which is needed This would make our tax system — if the reform comes about — an envy of the world But the Opposition parties particularly the BJP have taken a hostile attitude and the reasons that have been given frankly I cannot mention in public They say because you have taken some decision against a particular person who was a minister in Gujarat we must reverse it I don’t want to add further” he said then It’s hard to imagine Singh make such a statement unless pushed to a corner by an intransigent Opposition The Congress perceives itself to have the upper hand politically after the Supreme Court judgments on Uttarakhand and Arunachal Pradesh Moreover instinctively it would want to mete out the same treatment to the NDA government as the BJP did to the UPA But such a stance goes against the grain of a party that initiated economic liberalisation 25 years ago Certainly it does not wish to isolate itself and be seen as blocking a giant step forward Even with a strength of 71 MPs in the 245-member strong Rajya Sabha the Congress will have to eat humble pie if all other parties side with the government on GST unless of course its strategy for the session is to disrupt proceedings in the Rajya Sabha every day to prevent a vote So far it has kept the government at bay but politically this will end up damaging its reformist credentials assiduously built over time On its part the government is seen to be making sincere attempts to reach out to the Congress Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar walked up to Ghulam Nabi Azad’s office in Parliament on Friday for a candid discussion on GST They spent about 45 minutes to build a consensus on the matter More meeting(s) are expected — the next follow-up tentatively scheduled for Tuesday In fact senior BJP and government functionaries have informally beseeched their well-meaning Congress friends not to make the same mistake as the BJP did by opposing the India-US civil nuclear agreement It’s for the Congress leadership to take the final call It cannot be seen to hold back the nation at a time when the global economy is sputtering and India has many unticked items in its own domestic reform agenda pviyer@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUN vote Saturday on US bid to slash North Korea exports over missile tests | Reuters World Reuters Aug 05 2017 06:15:06 IST Comment 0 Tweet This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed Published Date: Aug 05 2017 06:15 AM | Updated Date: Aug 05 2017 06:15 AM Tags : #Reuters Also See Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: September 24 2013 1:40 am Related News Despite being bowled out for 179 runsLudhiana took the crucial first innings lead of 111 runs against Patiala on the third day of ongoing Punjab Inter-District Cricket Tournament for Katcoh Shield at the Dhruv Pandove Stadium in Patiala The hosts were bowled out for mere 68 runs in their first innings by Ludhiana Their first innings was a total contrast to their second inningsas they were 250 for one at the end of day’s play Once againleft-arm spinner Rajwinder Singh shone with the ball and scalped six wickets for Patiala and restricted Ludhiana to 179 runs For LudhianaBharat Malhotra (39 no) and Deepak Bansal (27) were the main scorers In the second inningsPatiala batsmen looked in complete control against Ludhiana bowlers Kunwar Raina (105 no) and Preetkamal (106 no) hit centuries each and were unbeaten at the close of the days play Brief Scores: Patiala: (1st innings): 68 for all out in 313 overs (Preet Kamal 17Rajwinder Singh 12Amritpal Singh 5 for 30Deepak Bansal 4 for 28)(2nd innings): 250 for 1 in 59 overs (Kunwar Raina 105 noPreetkamal 105 no) Ludhiana (1st innings):179 all out in 694 overs (Akhil Aggarwal 19Karan Goel 11Gitansh Khera 24Bharat Malhotra 39 noDeepak Bansal 27Rajwinder Singh 6 for 56Sandeep Sharma 2 for 33) Manan misses out on century In the second match being played at YPS Mohali between Mohali and ChandigarhMohali resumed from their overnight score of 246 for 8 and were bowled out for 293 in 871 overs Chandigarh lost two early wickets to be reduced to 29 for 2 in 75 overs Thereafteropener Manan Vohra was joined by southpaw Uday Kaul and the duo started reconstructing the innings by hitting judicious strokes and good running between the wickets It was Gurkirat Mann who broke the stand and removed Uday Kaul for 51 runs Both Vohra and Kaul added valuable 130 runs for the third wicket Manan was then sent packing by left-arm spinner Varun Khanna for 94 runs At close of days playJaskaran Sohi (42 no) and Gaurav Gambhir (22 no) were together at the crease with Chandigarh scoreboard reading 292 for 6 Brief Scores: Mohali: (1st innings): 293 all out in 871 overs (Sunny Sohal 91Mayank Sidana 79Gaurav Gambhir 3 for 91Jaskaran 3 for 54Gurinder Singh 3 for 58) Chandigarh (1st innings): 292 for 6 (Manan Vohra 94Uday Kaul 51Harmeet Bansal 2 for 50Varun Khanna 2 for 58) Taruwar & Himanshu score tons Meanwhilein the match between Jalandhar and AmritsarJalandhar resumed from their overnight score of 194 for 3 and were all out for 424 in 122 overs For JalandharTaruwar Kohli (161) and Himanshu Satyawan (116) emerged as stars For Amritsaroff-spinner Charanjit (3 for 144) and left-arm spinner Vinay Chaudhary (3 for 96) shared the spoils At the close of day’s playAmritsar were 67 for 2 Brief Scores: Amritsar (1st innings): 292; Jalandhar (1st innings): 424 all out in 122 overs (Taruwar Kohli 161Himanshu Satyawan 116Abhishek Gupta 47Charanjit 3 for 144Vinay Chaudhary 3 for 96Sharad Lumba 2 for 36Sunny 2 for 66 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 23 2012 2:52 am Related News Lawyers practising in the Punjab and Haryana High Court are a harried lot The Bar Council of the courtthe governing body of lawyershas been issuing notices to lawyers asking them to explain why proceedings should not be initiated against them for getting their names published in newspapers In order to avoid problemssome lawyerswho earlier insisted upon publishing their nameshave been sending e-mailstext messages and letters to various journalists requesting them not to publish their names till “warnings” were over Rightly sothe lawyers are exercising caution Disappointed Lawyers vying for promotionsseem to be disappointed with the recent elevations of two senior High Court Judges Lawyers will now have to waitespecially after the promotion of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi of the High Court to Supreme Court and Justice M M Kumar’s elevation as Chief Justice of Jammu and Kashmir High Court Attention Despite Kings XI Punjab not having paid dues to the Punjab Police for the Indian Premier League matches played at the PCA stadiumPunjab Police personnel are always at the stadium before any match to guard the stadium Earlier this weekwhen players of Kolkata Knight Riders were training at the PCA stadium ahead of a matchsome of the police personnel guarding the nets were enjoying their afternoon snacks An angry Knight Riders security advisor told the personnel to stop eating and guard the playersfollowing which the police officials stopped eating and performed their duty. it is important to be sure you are physically capable of the undertaking, Since the Sangh Parivar has been vigorously pursuing the agenda of Hindutva,Her throw of 4. on a trip to the Women’s College of the Aligarh Muslim University.

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