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Ashish Singh
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  1. The Hindu Daily Editorial Discussion 2nd Feb, 2019 By Ashish Singh


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  3. Page 10 Page 12 Distributing the rewards of reform The expansive Budget reflects the fruits of fiscal consolidation, tax reform and streamlined delivery of subsidie:s Life after citizenship It's been more than three years since the exchange of enclaves between India and Bangladesh took place in July 2015. But in Cooch Behar's erstwhile Bangladeshi enclaves and the newly established settlement camps, life hasn't become any easier for the 15,000 newly minted citizens of India, reports Shiv Sahay Singh . . . The return of targeted cash transfers Schemes promising cash to the poor absolve the state of its responsibility to provide basic services like health Shopping for votes The interim budget casts away established conventions and targets votes with sops . Back to crisis The handling of the fresh unrest in Zimbabwe by Mugabe's successor belies hope of change


  4. Distributing the rewards of reform GS Paper 3 .Changes to Internal Security Budget 2019 for Education BUDGET 2 19


  5. .Since Budget 2019 is the last before the general election this year, it was widely expected to be an assessment of the government's performance. There was a debate on whether the Budget should have announced any substantive measures since they would bind the next government, post-election. . It turns out the report card is good enough to create space for some substantial measures. 12 Painstaking fiscal consolidation, tax reform, more efficient delivery of subsidies and a rise in the share of capital expenditure, have created the space to reward tax-payers as well as announce a relief measure for farmers in distress without substantially compromising fiscal consolidation. .It is fair that this government, which imposed the painful reforms and undertook difficult action, should also distribute some rewards of that reform


  6. Pradhan Mantri Klsan SAmman Nidhi PM-KISAN) INTERIM BUDGET 2019-20 Direct income support of t6,000 p.a for farmers, effective 01.12.2018 INTERIM BUDGET 2019-20 t ; To benefit 12 cr small and marginal farmer families having cultivable land upto 2 ha Direct transfer into the bank accounts in three equal instalments First installment upto 31.03.2019, to be paid this year itself 2% interest subvention to farmers pursuing animal husbandry and fisheries 75,000 cr in outlay for 2019-20 and 20,000 cr in RE 2018-19 -Finance Minister


  7. Criticism . 1. less money (6000?- per month) . 2. Land less laborers won't get benifitted 3. Dairy/fisheries 4. Eligible farmers not identified 5. MSP


  8. Rewards of higher growth It may be asked how payment of 20,000-75,000/- crore can be made to farmers and the tax benefits given with only a marginal impact on the fiscal deficit. 2019 But a larger size economy can afford to Under Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi, 6000 rupees per year for each farmer, in three installments, to be transferred directly to farmers' bank accounts, for farmers with less than 2 hectares land holding spend larger absolute amounts with only a small rise in deficit ratios and borrowing requirements. The fact that India is the sixth largest and fastest growing economy in the world has some advantages as well as responsibilities to equitably share the rewards of growth. INTERIM BUDGET 2019 SD -Finance Minister .


  9. 1. Direct income support (6000/-) 2. Telengana -Rythu Bandhu (per acre 8000/-, in two installments) 3. Orrisa KALIA (25000/- to those less 2 Hect land owners, also to them who has no land will be beninted)


  10. KALIA KRUSHAK ASSISTANCE FOR LIVELIHOOD RYTHU BANDHU


  11. Rashtriya Kamdhenu Mission 1. Genetic improvement 2. Effective implementation 3. 750/- cr extra allocation RASHTRIYA KAMDHENU AAYOG Allocation of 750 Crore for Rashtriya Gokul Mission Sustainable Genetic Upgradation of Cow Resources Enhance Production and Productivity of Cows Effective Implementation of Laws and Welfare Schemes for Cow