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The Directorate of Education (DoE) had, to be directed by Kabir Khan, Most people, It shows the mentality of the government,S.” Sock said after a 6-3 4-6 7-6(4) 6-3 defeat of Chilean youngster Christian Garin “Trying to focus on doing our best and keep pushing each other to hopefully get that standard back to what the fans expect from us But it’s a rough sport” Sock will be confident of at least matching his 2016 run as he plays Austrian qualifier Sebastian Ofner next Isner seeded 23 beat fellow American Taylor Fritz is straight sets but pride of place went to Tiafoe who recorded only his second victory in grand slam play beating experienced Dutchman Robin Haase in four sets German 10th seed Alexander Zverev is next for Tiafoe – one of eight American men through to the second round Ten American women made it through with 10th seed Venus Williams the five-times champion in action on Wednesday against China’s Qiang Wang For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: June 19 2014 11:45 pm A slew of fundamental reforms exploiting the inherent demand within India can sustain GDP growth at over 8 per cent for the next few decades despite a global slowdown Related News By: Arvind Virmani and Charan Singh The new government has recently assumed office The country is waiting with hope for new policy direction to revive the economy especially given the disastrous growth record in the last two years To revive the sagging growth in the economy the need is to correct the mistakes of the previous government and re-establish confidence In addition it is a good opportunity to undertake fundamental economic policy and institutional reforms in the immediate future Therefore it is a good time to reflect on the vision for the economy and suggest an agenda for reforms that the government can consider The government needs to sweep away the Fabian Socialist (or Nehru-Indira) model of development that ensured that the licence-permit-quota raj seeped into every nook and corner of the Indian economy This statist model is unsuited to a young proud modern India that wants “equality of opportunity” and “equal treatment” from the government it elects and the bureaucracy of “public servants” instead of humiliation harassment and worse from a “mai-baap sarkar” And this is possible because of the thumping majority that the BJP has won There is a lesson to be learnt from the experience of the 1990s The unshackling of the Indian economy during the mid-1980s and early 1990s raised its real growth rate to 36 percentage points above the average growth of the world economy during 1992 to 2010 But since then the real growth differential has collapsed to 12 percentage points The drop in the growth differential can be attributed to three domestic causes: first an overemphasis on entitlements vis-a-vis empowerment; second deteriorating governance (including corruption allegations); and finally the failure to introduce policy regulatory and institutional reforms essential for sustaining growth and employment at its full potential The fundamental objective of any Indian government must be to close the welfare gap of the Indian people with the rest of the world and provide employment opportunities through faster economic growth To take advantage of the demographic dividend generate employment and enhance public welfare the government has to ensure that the economy revives to grow at its long-term growth potential of 8 per cent (or 65 per cent per capita) per annum To help recovery a reversal of the governance failures and regressive tax changes during 2010-13 could help A return to the general philosophy of modernising the tax system by reducing the plethora of state and Central taxes to a few and simplifying these by reducing exemptions/ deductions and reducing marginal rates is imperative This also requires the introduction of a GST or national VAT and the approval of a new tax code To revive growth it is necessary that the government is able to establish the credibility of its intentions Therefore it would be important to improve governance in terms of the speed of decision-making and ensuring the implementation of those decisions In view of the widespread allegations a quick clean-up of the toxic residue left by the alleged scams would also help revive confidence in government Institutional reforms in political systems police and judiciary would help to address the issue of pervasive systemic corruption and restore good governance on a sustainable basis A review of and revisiting a few controversial legal documents would also address the resentment of the larger public towards government policy-making Some of these are: one Right to Education Act — proposed hike in the salary structure of teachers so that thousands of charitable schools (NPO/ NGOs) are not overwhelmed with losses; two National Food Security Act — the focus should be addressing the needs of the genuinely hungry population and wasted stunted malnourished children under five years; three Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act — the laudable objective of fairness in compulsory acquisition of land has been converted into an expansive ecological and social agenda; and four Environment Protection Act which has become a bottleneck to investment because of its sweeping authority and expansive mandate Similarly the need is to revise the Agricultural Produce Marketing Act and Essential Commodities Act which now serve to swell middlemen’s profits instead of helping farmers as originally anticipated There is an urgent need to rein in deficits both fiscal and current account and encourage domestic savings and review fuel and food subsidies Fiscal discipline would allow the RBI to ease monetary policy and stimulate investment and consumer durable demand without fear of increasing non-performing assets or inflation As empirical evidence suggests from cross-country experience to stimulate productivity there is also a need to introduce competition in public-sector monopolies The government could examine converting railways ports and airports into publicly owned and limited companies and set up professional independent regulatory structures to oversee their performance Similarly sale or disinvestment in competitive public-sector units in industry and finance (such as steel airlines hotels machinery banks insurance) could also be considered To sustain higher growth and facilitate trade and commerce it is important to have good infrastructure in both rural and urban areas Therefore a high quality national road network and encouragement to e-commerce would be the most cost effective stimulator of economic development Finally to ensure a healthy population and reduce disease malnutrition and child mortality sanitation projects need to be emphasised A slew of fundamental reforms exploiting the inherent demand within India especially rural can sustain Indian GDP growth at over 8 per cent for the next few decades despite a global slowdown It is not necessary to accomplish all of the listed reforms but it would be essential to outline the broad direction of reforms and establish credibility in implementing them Virmani is former chief economic advisor Government of India and executive director IMF He now heads ChintanLiveorg Singh is RBI chair professor of economics IIM Bangalore Views are personal For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsChennai:There is no room for family rule and graft under the AIADMK regime Tamil Nadu chief minister Edappadi Palaniswamy on Wednesday said apparently taking aim at jailed party chief VK Sasiakala and her deputy and nephew TTV Dhinakaran Palaniswamy and the leaders of the unified AIADMK have been locked in a turf war with the sidelined Dhinakaran and are opposing the involvement of Sasikala’s family members in the party and government affairs "The government of Amma (Jayalalithaa) is a fort that protects the poor and there is no room for family rule" he said File image of Tamil Nadu chief minister E Palaniswamy PTI His comments come amid the rebellion by 21 MLAs loyal to Dhinakaran who had met state Governor C Vidyasagar Rao on 22 August and expressed lack of confidence in the chief minister a day after factions led by Palaniswamy and O Panneerselvam merged Dhinakaran has sacked a number of ministers including Palaniswamy from various party posts Addressing a government function in commemoration of the centenary of late chief minister and AIADMK founder MG Ramachandran (MGR) at Vandalur on the city outskirts Palaniswamy also said "there is no place for graft" and "anarchy" in the regime Sasikala is serving a prison sentence after being convicted in a disproportionate assets case The Palaniswamy-Panneerselvam regime is firm on the ouster of Sasikala and her family from AIADMK and have convened a meeting of the party’s general council on 12 September where the issue is expected to be taken up Heaping praise on MGR for the welfare measures taken up by him Palaniswamy said "those who believe us will not be let down and we will not allow such a situation come about" recalling a yesteryears Tamil film song of the late stalwart The function was attended by deputy chief minister O Panneerselvam and officials among others The state government is holding district-wise functions to celebrate the centenary of MGR a matinee idol-turned-politician who ruled the state from 1977 to 1987 Written by Sushant Kulkarni | Pune | Published: January 10 2017 2:53 am (Image for representational purposes) Related News THE OVER 3600-acre campus of the College of Military Engineering (CME) which is home to around 10500 people is soon going to have a 2 Mega Watt (MW) solar power system The system is likely to be upgraded to 12 MW in the next four to five years With this the campus will not only become independent of conventional power supply but can also provide as much as 7 MW to the national grid Watch What Else Is Making News The CME is a premier technical and tactical training institute of the Indian Army which also trains officers and personnel from the Navy the Air Force the Para Military Forces and the police The institution conducts 130 varied courses every year and trains 1800 military officers 2500 military personnel 200 officers from friendly foreign countries and 150 civilians A small village in itself the current power requirement of the campus is 3 MW During a media interaction at the CME on Monday Deputy Commandant Maj Gen HK Arora said that installment of the solar power system is among several new developments and expansion initiatives that the institute had undertaken CME officials said that the three-phased project is being set up under the National Solar Mission In the first phase a 2 MW system will be set up which is expected to get running by December this year The next two phases will include setting up of 5 MW solar systems which are expected to be completed in the next five years “The current requirement of the CME campus is around 3 MW But there are several new expansion plans of faculty buildings accommodation and other training facilities which are going to come up in the next few years The power requirement by then is expected to rise to 5 MW and we would be generating 12 MW Thus there will be a surplus of 7 MW which we plan to give back to the national grid” said an official from the CME “There have been Ministry of Defence-level talks about giving back surplus power Thus the project will not just make the campus independent of conventional electricity source but will also be able to contribute to the national power need in a sustainable way” For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related News