I also know about a government project on biofuel ,but it was stopped. They say the calorific value of the biofuel was not good enough so the project has to be scrapped. Not sure whether true or not.Ya'll Nibbiars I knew of a plant for bio fuel. But that is lying. When we will create adequate infractures for the bio fuel?
You'd be asking how come I know of this and how could I be so certain.yes they apply here In Bihar as well, 40% subsidy for fish farm, 25% for mushroom, 15% for buying tractors, seeders, tillers. Funds get released every year but most people don't use it as their is no information broadcast.
Result? Funds get eaten up by IAS, IES, Mantri, Dealer, DM, Co, Surplus is returned back.
True. Corruption is everywhere. It's suffocating. My friend got a job in state excise department but resigned after 8 months because he was not able to tolerate the corrupt practices of his colleagues and senior's.You'd be asking how come I know of this and how could I be so certain.
Answer: My Mamaji used to work in DM office he has seen corruption up close and personal from Lalus days to Nitish days.
If it were to summarise Indias administration I would explain it in this way.True. Corruption is everywhere. It's suffocating. My friend got a job in state excise department but resigned after 8 months because he was not able to tolerate the corrupt practices of his colleagues and senior's.
Sometimes I feel do we even need this bureaucracy we can live a far better life without this bureaucracyHe tells me how his boss used to torture bechara businessmen. When I hear the awful stories I feel that becoming manufacturers is one of the biggest mistake that a person can do.
It does not matter what constitutes Bangladesh's manpower and what their industrial capabilities are,it's irrelevant to this discussion. What largely matters is that they are doing better than us in many key sectors like social welfare and now economy. Just 5 years ago Bangladesh's per capita income was 40% lower and now they have managed to achieved this parity, this is nothing but a remarkable achievement.Graph clearly reflects that tweak is essentially during COVID lockdown and will be bounced back next year. Trajectory all over is quite good.
Further, Bangladesh' manpower is largely made up of daily wage workers and barely a diverse industry, strictly limited to textiles or very low end products. Given that Economic Complexity Index (ECI) of Bangladesh/Pakistan/Nepal/Sri Lanka here lies at level of low end sub sahara Africa, their growth is barely going to be sustained vis a vis India or Southeast Asia.
I've already explained why their growth was short lived and why none of long term economic projections have ever shown Bangladesh overtaking India's GDP per capita in 2030 and 2050. It is essentially having a textile based export at whole, an economy based upon primary sector and such economies have short lived growth unless they can translate themselves into a diversified system like Philippines or Vietnam which Bangladesh is far from doing.It does not matter what constitutes Bangladesh's manpower and what their industrial capabilities are,it's irrelevant to this discussion. What largely matters is that they are doing better than us in many key sectors like social welfare and now economy. Just 5 years ago Bangladesh's per capita income was 40% lower and now they have managed to achieved this parity, this is nothing but a remarkable achievement.
And this is not just because of covid 19,bangladesh was already closing in the gap and many economists were already projecting Bangladesh overtaking india before 2030.
This is entire thing the relevant discussion spins around as I stated economies with low ECI + replacement fertility rate fall in low income or middle income traps after short lived economic booms.It does not matter what constitutes Bangladesh's manpower and what their industrial capabilities are,it's irrelevant to this discussion.
They weren't largely. India vs China drama began way later in early 21st century initially by western media. Earlier there were drums of India vs Pak when China is used to be a darling to US.There was a time when India was hyphenated with China as they both were seen as economic rivals.
No one is. India and Bangladesh are quite distinct countries in terms of economic structures. Former is a semi-industrial economy trying to transit into an industrialised one, has longer sustainability and diverse range of sectors to be dependent upon. Later one is based upon largely on primary sector and is right now encashing the sector due to unorganized labour and antipathy between major countries. Not sustainable for long term with declining fertility and will continue to be dependent upon large countries.We have fallen so low that our economic performance is now being compared with a country that has any semblance of modernity.
Such project was started with a bang in Gautam Budh Nagar-Dadri area around 15 yr back. S0 much noise was created in newpapers about it. These Metal cylinders were made and installed at many places.
Rajiv Bajaj should be the last one to comment on governance. on one hand his dad actively works behind the scenes to subvert people’s mandate in his state there by creating a policy vaccum, on the other hand his son gives gyaan baazi on governance.
if anything whatever troubles he is facing in his Pune plant are a result of his family’s political choices. He got no one else to blame.
The FPC then sold the maize to a private company in Bihar's Muzaffarpur. The FPC then rewarded the farmers by sharing a part of its profit with them.
"We decided to share some of the profit with the farmers who had sold their maize to us and distributed a bonus of Rs 10 per quintal to the farmers. The amount is small but is a gesture of appreciation", the FPC's founder Ashish Nafade has been quoted as saying.
Nafade has added that the centre's farm bills has given mode freedom to his company and it also needs to ensure that it retains the farmers.
The FPCs are also planning to brand their products and also tap into the international market. The FPCs are also trying to rope in big corporate houses like ITC to sell their produce and are registering on online platforms for a wider market reach.
APMC mandis lose grip on Maharashtra FPCs
Since the three farm laws were passed, FPCs in Maharashtra have seen newer markets opening up that were unavailable till now. Technically, FPCs or other traders are free to buy directly from farmers, but the APMC had the power to levy cess ranging from 1.05% to 1.5% on the transaction.
Around 12 FPCs in Latur and Osmanabad have supplied over 1,200 tonnes of soybean to private player ADM Agro Industries Private Ltd. Yogesh Thorat, MD, Maha FPC said that the FPC has also registered on electronic platforms like AgriBazar for sale of commodities. His company is also tapping corporates such as ITC and COFCO for business.
So they are planning on setting up 50-100 of these mandis across the country over the next year. One should keep an eye on them to see how it turns out. It will be interesting to see what type of impact they have on growth in that sector over the next year or two.Thorat’s company initially used the PSS (Price Support Scheme) model of purchasing at minimum support price to widen its reach among farmers and has now ventured into commercial procurement as well. Maha FPC recently collaborated with Nafed’s arm Federation of Farmer Producer Organisations and Aggregators (FIFA) to set up e-Kisan mandi in Pune. Nafed plans to create 50 to 100 such mandis over the next year across the country bringing farmers, traders and buyers on a common platform.
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