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target inflation? Each of these countries chooses the appropriate inflation index to focus uponand the mechanisms to make the central bank accountable for it Recent developments in India suggest that it is time for the government to devise such a framework A framework that delivers low and stable inflationis pro-growthand can increase the welfare of the aam aadmi as well as provide a favourable business environment The writer is a professor at the National Institute of Public Finance and PolicyDelhi [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Premankur Biswas | Hatighisa (naxalbari) | Updated: April 16 2016 2:53 am Shanti Munda at her home in Hatighisa (Express Photo) Related News Shanti Munda 72 is a disillusioned woman Fifty years ago Munda — a farmer in Hatighisa village of Naxalbari — participated in a movement that changed the vocabulary of political protests in India Today she says while the narrative of oppression is the same the language has changed “Land sharks are making poor farmers believe that they need to sell their land to lead a better life Some are being forced to sell and ending up as manual labourers in Siliguri Kolkata Mumbai and Kerala” said Munda Pointing out to a row of concrete houses in the middle of a paddy field right across her hut Munda claimed these houses are like a scar on the face of Hatighisa “Uninformed farmers are showing off new money They have sold their land… what will they do now” she asked From the early 1960s peasants and tea garden workers in the area had started showing their dissent against the oppressive jotedari system — a feudal land-holding and taxation policy that used to prevail in rural India “From the crops we produced almost 80 per cent was handed over to the jotedar or landowner A share also went to feed jotedar’s elephants his horses… what was left was not even enough to buy us food twice a day” said Munda Read More These peasants and tea garden workers went on to find leaders in educated Marxists like Charu Majumdar and Kanu Sanyal They started sit-in protests on farmland across the state On May 24 1967 a policeman was killed by an arrow shot by farmers In retaliation the police open fired at a crowd the next day killing 11 people including eight women and two infants “That is history now We struggled and got people back their land But to what avail” asked Munda who is still an active member of the state committee of Communist Organisation of India (Marxist-Leninist) Right next to Shanti’s thatched hut is legendary Naxal leader Kanu Sanyal’s humble residence — who was found hanging — doubling up as the party office Shukra Munda 75 has taken the responsibility of guarding the office which only has a portrait of Sanyal hanging from the wall This is where the 80-year-old Sanyal had committed suicide on March 23 2010 “Maybe he was disillusioned with what he saw” said Shukra who himself had a narrow escape on May 25 “We had struggled for years to save this land We are farmers and peasants and depend on our land But today our children are manual labourers in cities My son who works as a carpenter in Siliguri brings home some money on some days… on other days we go to sleep hungry” added Sukra who sold his land to a local property dealer about five years ago The whole Naxalbari belt is now in throes of an unlikely property boom In the past decade settlers from Manipur Assam and Nagaland have started buying plots in Naxalbari belt because Siliguri town which is just 25 km away is saturated Sitting in his humble two-bedroom residence — bang in the middle of the bustling Naxalbari Market area — Nathuram Biswas a leader of CPI(ML) Janashakti a splinter group of the erstwhile CPI(ML) explained the complexity of the situation “This area has always been an area of settlers Primarily it has the Rajbanshis and adivasis from Jharkhand But over the years Nepalis Bengalis and Marwaris have also settled here because of its proximity to Nepal Till very recently it was known as the smuggling hub of the area But now there has been a systematic clamping up of smuggling by authorities because of media attention” “These days promoters have started eyeing the area to build multi-storied houses for settlers from north-eastern states who want to settle here because of the unrest in their home states” he added They use arm-twisting tactics to convince poor farmers into selling their land claimed Biswas “They first target the youth telling them about the easy money they will make and turn them into agents These youths are then given the task of convincing other farmers” he said A local property broker claimed land prices in the area have gone up by almost 60 per cent “We make about two to three deals every month” he added Khokan Majumdar prominent leader of CPI-ML Janashakti said the situation is grim “Most politicians are involved… I remember I had brought this family from a border town and given them land here in the 1970s Today the guy is a prominent leader of a rival party His son is a property dealer” he added Congress’ Sankar Malakar the sitting MLA of Matigara-Naxalabari constituency said the Trinamool government has encouraged covert land grabbing “Ever since Trinamool came to power agricultural land not only in Naxalbari but the whole state is being usurped by land sharks We tried to stop this but they keep luring unsuspecting farmers with the promise of quick money” said Malakar More Related NewsWritten by Sanjeev Verma | Chandigarh | Updated: March 27 2016 5:35 am Related News IRREGULARITIES TO the tune of Rs 22783 crore in the Haryana revenue department have come to the fore as the department officials either did not levy or short levy stamp duty and registration fee in immovable property transactions during the financial year 2014-15 The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) in its report tabled in the Haryana Vidhan Sabha last week pointed out that during the scrutiny of records of the Haryana revenue department as many as 1441 cases were found involving irregularities of Rs 22783 crore Stamp duty and registration fee amounts to a significant source of state’s own tax revenue For the financial year 2016-17 out of the total 4158 per cent state’s own tax revenue proposed by the Haryana government in the recent budget stamp duty and registration fee has a share of 376% Share This Article Related Article The auditors found that 89 deeds were assessed at Rs 25845 crore — instead of assessing at Rs 56665 crore based on the rate fixed by the Collector resulting in short levy of stamp duty of Rs1453 crore It was found that these property deeds were assessed on the basis of the rates fixed for agricultural land but as per land records most of these properties were either commercial or residential Other factors responsible as per the auditors for irregularities by the revenue department are undervaluation of immovable property non-charging of residential rates on purchase of land irregular exemption of stamp duty on mortgage deeds or compensation certificates to land acquired The audit report points out that a total number of 65 such cases were found wherein the revenue authorities short levy stamp duty of Rs 123 crore due to application of non-prime rates on land containing prime khasra numbers The government had issued orders in May 2010 that stamp duty shall be levied on the Collector rate of land to be sold and not on the basis of value agreed between the buyer and the seller However the audit noticed that in 21 cases the registering authorities assessed the value of land on the basis of the rates agreed to between the parties earlier but the actual value of the immovable property was much higher that resulted in short realisation of stamp duty amounting to Rs 7125 lakh The state government had in January 2011 taken a decision to exempt stamp duty in respect of sale deeds executed by farmers whose land is acquired by the Haryana government for public purposes and who purchase agricultural land in the state within two years after receiving the amount of compensation The CAG report however mentions that during the audit it was found that 25 such cases were found where farmers were illegally exempted from stamp duty since they purchased commercial and residential properties after two years of getting the compensation for their acquired land by the government For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express Web Desk | Updated: May 18 2017 7:59 pm John Wright appreciated the pace attack of the current Indian side (Source: Express Photo) Related News Former Indian coach John Wrighthailed Anil Kumble’s intelligence and said that the current Indian players were fortunate to have Kumble as their coach “The current group of India players are so fortunate to have Kumble as their coach He’s an outstanding man of great integrity and great intelligence” complimented the 62-year-old Wright while talking to TOI appreciated the pace attack of this Indian side and also suggested that the batsmen need to adapt the English conditions early to gain success in the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy “India’s got a good team Your pace attack is perhaps the most potent it’s ever been The Indian seamers were very good in India earlier and if Anil Kumble (the current India coach) can ensure that they stay disciplined (in terms of line and length) in England it would be tough to beat India However your batsmen need to adapt quickly to the conditions because it’ll be early summer in England and the ball will seam around In fact the team which the quickest in adapting to the English conditions will win the tournament” Wright told TOI in a quick chat Analyzing the match between Rising Pune Supergiant and Mumbai Indians the former Kiwi player emphasised on how the momentum changes in T20 format He also hailed the contribution made by Dhoni in the end of Pune’s innings in that particular match “Last night’s match was a great example of how momentum swings in Twenty20 cricket We were in total control till the last two overs (of the Pune innings) and then (MS) Dhoni went crazy and played brilliantly and we didn’t execute our plans well Then they got a couple of early wickets and all of a sudden things changed ” he said “Rohit Sharma (MI captain) was unlucky last night He has hit the ball It changed the game I like the review system and I don’t like it I like it when it’s so obviously not out that the first replay says it’s not out We can all see it can’t we If it’s so obvious and we can fix it up quickly and it’s fast and we can see an accurate decision but if we’ve to wait and have one cup of tea after another (and yet the replays aren’t conclusive) if it’s going to take forever (then it’s not ideal)” he felt Talking about the T20 format Wright suggested that for getting fruitful results in the shortest format the side shoould be a good bowling andfielding unit “I learnt about T20 cricket from football I remember Brian Clough (who was a manager of Nottingham Forrest when they won two European Cups) had said: ‘What’s the point of scoring six if you let in seven’ So I firmly believe that you’ve got to have a good fielding and bowling unit in T20 cricket” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: July 23 2012 3:41 am Related News Defence Minister A K Antony has promised to set up a committee to look into the rationalisation of the security standards around the ammunition depot at Badhowal for facilitating smooth and hassle-free development in the surrounding villages He has also assured to sort out the issue of one rank one pension at the earliest besides bringing parity in the pension of the emergency commissioned officers during the wars of 1962 and 1964 Giving this information here on SundayLudhiana MP and national spokesperson of the Congress Manish Tewari said these assurances were given by the Defence Minister in Delhi on Saturday when he led a delegation of ex-servicemen to meet him Antony told the delegation that the Centre was seriously considering the issue of one rank one pension for the ex-servicemen and hoped the issue would be resolved at the earliest The Defence Minister promised that the issue of disparities in the pension of those ex-servicemen who were commissioned in the Army on an emergency basis during the wars of 1962 and 1964 would also be taken up For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: June 15 2012 3:10 am Related News In a relief to the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies in Vile Parlethe Bombay High Court on Thursday dismissed a petition challenging the construction of its new college building The public interest litigationfiled by a local group Gulmohar Area Welfare Societies Welfare Grouphad raised objections with respect to the floor space index (FSI) The petitioners had expressed an apprehension that the society running the college Vile Parle Kelvani Mandal would use the refuge area constructed on each floor in future to construct more classrooms instead of leaving it open from three sides as stipulated by law Howevera division bench of Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice N M Jamdar accepted the statement of the counsel representing one of the trusteesPrasad Dhakephalkarthat the area will not be converted into classrooms in future The judges also took note of the statement of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) that a floor that was marked as a lower ground floor had been computed for FSI The petitioners had questioned how the society had built three basement floorsclaiming that only two were permitted according to the relevant development control regulations The court subsequently held in its order that the petition has no merit and must be dismissed?Catholic Gym 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