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The economic development in India followed socialist-inspired policies for most of its independent history, including state-ownership of many sectors; India's per capital income increased at only around 1% annualized rate in the three decades after Independence. Since the mid-1980s, India has slowly opened up its markets through economic liberalization. After more fundamental reforms since 1991 and their renewal in the 2000s, India has progressed towards a free market economy. The progress of economic reforms in India is followed closely. The World Bank suggests that the most important priorities are public sector reform, infrastructure, agricultural and rural development, removal of labour regulations, reforms in lagging states. For 2012, India ranked 132nd in Ease of Doing Business Index, which is setback as compared with China 91st and Brazil 126th. According to Index of Economic Freedom World Ranking an annual survey on economic freedom of the nations, India ranks 123rd as compared with China and Russia which ranks 138th and 144th respectively in 2012. Agriculture: India ranks second worldwide in farm output. Agriculture and allied sectors like forestry, logging and fishing accounted for 18.6% of the GDP in 2005, employed 60% of the total workforce and despite a steady decline of its share in the GDP, is still the largest economic sector and plays a significant role in the overall socio-economic development of India. Yields per unit area of all crops have grown since 1950, due to the special emphasis placed on agriculture in the five-year plans and steady improvements in irrigation, technology, application of modern agricultural practices and provision of agricultural credit and subsidies since the green revolution. Oil: India had about 5.6 billion barrels (890,000,000 m3) of proven oil reserves as of January 2007, which is the second-largest amount in the Asia-Pacific region behind China. Most of India's crude oil reserves are located in the western coast (Mumbai High) and in the northeastern parts of the country, although considerable undeveloped reserves are also located in the offshore Bay of Bengal and in the state of Rajasthan.
The rulers of Hyderabad State realised the importance of water resources development from the second decade of this century. Ali Nawaz Jung, an engineer of Nizam prepared a comprehensive water resources development plan for the exploitation of vast water potential available in the major river basins of Godavari and Krishna. In 1920's, the tributaries of major rivers were tackled by constructing several medium sized irrigation projects, the notable among them being Pocharam, Dindi, Palair, Wyra, Manair and anicuts at Ghanpur on Manjira and Khanapur on Godavari. As a first step towards the development of major irrigation systems, a major irrigation project was planned on river Manjira by proposing the construction of 140 feet high dam and a storage reservoir with huge canal system to, provide irrigation facilities to 2,75,000 acres. The masonry dam was one of highest in India at that point of time and it was designed and constructed by the Hyderabad engineers. The construction of dam was started in 1924 and completed in 193 1. The project was inaugurated by the Nizam of Hyderabad and named as Nizamsagar Project. The canal system and other infrastructure such as roads and communication were completed in subsequent years. The project provided irrigation facilities for two crops in an year and also provided irrigation facilities to 20,000 acres of sugar cane crop. As a result a sugar factory at Bodhan was established with crushing capacity of 2500 tones, one of the largest sugar factories of Asia at that time. The Nizamsagar project was constructed to utilise 58 tmc of Manjira waters. The Nizamabad district became the most prosperous district of Hyderabad State on account of Nizamsagar Project. Godavari river being the largest river flowing through the state, a major multipurpose project was proposed for irrigation and hydroelectric power development. The project proposals envisaged the construction of high dam across Godavari near Pochampad and Godavari north canal on the left and Godavari South canal on the right to benefit 20 lakhs of acres for irrigation in Adilabad district from the north canal and Karimnagar, Warangal, Khammam and Nalgonda districts from the south canal. The project provided for utilisation of 330 tmc of Godavari waters. In addition as a part of the project the reservoir on Kadam forming the part of North canal and Lower Manair dam reservoir forming the part of South canal were also included in the project. The stage I of the project comprising infrastructure such as approach roads, buildings at the main project site and Godavari North canal and a dam on Kadam river were sanctioned. The works were grounded and were in progress. A project across river Manjira, upstream of Nizamsagar at a place near Devanur was also proposed to provide irrigation benefits in Manjira valley in Medak district by utilising 38 tmc of water. The two hydroelectric power stations one at the dam site and one on the power canal, which provided additional supplies to Nizamsagar, were also included in the project. The work on the approach roads and camp buildings was started and land acquisition proceedings for the dam and reservoir were initiated. Krishna river being the second largest river of the state, the development of water resources by construction of projects was commenced from 1948. First the construction of dam on Tungabhadra near Hospet was started in 1948 as joint venture between Hyderabad and Mysore Governments. The left canal envisaged irrigation in Raichur and Mahaboobnagar districts of Hyderabad State. The dam and most of the canal system was completed by 1956, except the last leg of canal benefiting Mahaboobnagar district, which envisaged water utilisation of 19.20 tmc. Due to states reorganisation the entire project went to Karnataka and extension of canal into Mahaboobnagar district was stopped. The construction of Rajolibanda Diversion Scheme was taken up on river Tungabhadra and the head works and canals were mostly completed by 1956, but due to States reorganisation, the head works and part of the canal went to Karnataka and most of the canal came to Telangana to benefit 84,000 acres in Mahaboobnagar district, by utilising 15.90 tmc of water. The investigation was completed and project reports were prepared for upper Krishna and Bheema Projects which envisaged the utilisation of 54.40 tmc and 100.60 tmc, respectively, for the benefit of Mahaboobnagar district. These projects were committed and approved but not grounded. The Hyderabad State engineers started the investigation of a major project on the river Krishna and detailed project reports were prepared at two sites namely Yeleshwaram and Nandikonda after studying various alternatives. The project as finalised provided for utilisation of 132 tmc of Krishna waters for the benefit of 10 lakh acres in Nalgonda and Khammam districts. The Hyderabad Government approved the project with only left canal and the entire planning, investigation and designs were completed for the Nandikonda site since the Madras Government was not interested at this site as they had already proposed the Krishna-Pennar project from an upper location to take water to Madras State. In fact this was one of the main reasons for the Andhras to start a big agitation which finally resulted in formation of Andhra State. It is only when separate Andhra State was formed in October, 1953, that on their request, the Nandikonda (named as Nagarjuna Sagar) project was made a joint project between Hyderabad State and Andhra State and an agreement was signed in 1954 for equal sharing of 132 tmc for left canal and 132 tmc for right canal. The Nagarjuna Sagar project was inaugurated in 1955 by the Prime Minister of India Shri Jawaharlal Nehru and the execution was taken up. A joint Control Board was set up to implement the project proposals as agreed by both the states. It is very clear from these events that the Hyderabad Government had planned in a big way for the optimum utilisation of huge water potential of Godavari and Krishna rivers for the benefit of people of Telangana and to provide extensive irrigation facilities to the farmers of Telangana area.


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After much wait, the Congress declared the first list of candidates for the Lok Sabha elections. The list includes the name of 194 candidates out of which 24 are sitting ministers. Gender and youth have been given importance and visible in the list as 15% candidates are women and 35% are under 50 years of age. As expected Infosys co-founder-turned-Aadhaar-chairman Nandan Nilekani would contest from Bangalore South against BJP’s sitting MP Ananth Kumar. Cricketer Mohammad Kaif has been given Phulpur constituency which was once represented by none other than Pt Jawaharlal Nehru. In the list 50 out 80 seats from major political state UP has been covered but Varanasi is still under veil as it is becoming more and more important with each passing day because of Arvind Kejriwal’s (AAP) and Narendra Modi’s (BJP) direct tussle from that seat. Many actors have also been given seat such as Bhojpuri star Ravi Kishan has been projected from Jaunpur, Aparajita Mohanty from Cuttack and Bijay Mohanty from Bhubaneswar. Gaurav Gogoi son of Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi will contest for the first time from Kaliabor. This came after the announcement of second list of 106 candidates by the BJP and BJP will announce its third list after an election meeting on March 13.
The bandh called by the Andhra Pradesh Non-Gazetted Officers Association (APNGOs) against bifurcation of the State, led to cancellation of bus services from Chennai and Vellore to AP on Friday. TNSTC has been operating about 150 services from Chennai and Vellore on a daily basis and the entire fleet stood cancelled due to the stir. The TNSTC handles about 10,000 Andhra-bound passengers everyday. Similarly, the Andhra Pradesh Transport Corporation, which too operates buses to various destinations in Andhra Pradesh, suspended its services in view of the strike. However, the buses which left Andhra Pradesh on Thursday night and in the early hours of Friday reached Chennai and Vellore without any hassles. Both transport corporations ply more number of buses to Tirupati - Tirumala, the hill abode of Lord Venkateswara, due to which devotees were affected, and those who had planned their trip had to hop on to trains which were operated as usual. A few buses which reached the Andhra border by dawn had to be stopped inside the State border to avoid any untoward incident. The private operators who had opened their bookings too cancelled their trips in view of the strike. Speaking to Express, a senior official with the State Transport Department said that they had called off their services for the entire day. “The services resumed by 4 pm on Friday and the full fleet will become operational from Saturday,” the official added. Muthamizh, a passenger, who had to rush for her train, said that they were not aware of the strike. “Had we been informed earlier, we would have planned the travel well in advance,” she said.
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Central Initiatives
In India, the main thrust for e-Governance was provided by the launching of NICNET in 1987 – the national satellite-based computer network. This was followed by the launch of the District Information System of the National Informatics Centre (DISNIC) programme to computerize all district offices in the country for which free hardware and software was offered to the State Governments. NICNET was extended via the State capitals to all district headquarters by 1990. In the ensuing years, with ongoing computerization, teleconnectivity and internet connectivity established a large number of e-Governance initiatives, both at the Union and State levels. The formulation of National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) by the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DEITY) and Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DAR&PG) in 2006 has boosted the e-Governance process........
Second day of dialogue on Making Democracy Real
Day Two began with a session titled ‘Leading from the street’, chaired by Mr Rajmohan Gandhi who recognized the importance of the street in people movements throughout world history. The first of the dialogue initiators, Mireille Fanon Mendes-France, spoke about the shortcomings of the recent WTO negotiations in Bali that exposed the problem lying behind the expansion of trade and the lack of political will, to address inequity of opportunity between developed and developing nations.
Making Democracy Real Dialogue - 2014 in India
'What makes democracy real and how do we make it real?' was a fitting opening salvo that one of the ‘dialogue initiators’ used to open and fire up the third edition of the annual dialogue titled Making Democracy Real (MDR). The theme for MDR 2014, which is being held at Asia Plateau, the Indian center for Initiatives of Change from 10 to 14 January, is Learning From Democracy’s Journey.

Government's Greatest Endeavors
This report—based on survey responses from 450 history and political science professors—suggests that the federal government did more than aim high, however. It also suggests that the federal government often succeeded in changing the nation and the world. Although many Americans still believe that the federal government creates more problems than it solves, this report suggests that government deserves more credit than it receives................
Naidu to present 'progress reports' on TDP achievements from today
The Telugu Desam president and Chief Minister, N.Chandrababu Naidu, will present daily "progress reports" on the achievements of his Government over the past eight years and unveil his vision for the State on New Year's Day. Mr. Naidu told reporters at the NTR Bhavan here on Friday, that he would, as part of this exercise, make live presentations on TV channels, answer questions from viewers and also seek their suggestions. "No Government has achieved so much as we did," he insisted. He lashed out at his political opponents for spreading falsehoods and misleading the people. Reeling out statistics and rejecting the charge made by the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) leader, K.Chandrashekhara Rao, of neglect of the backward Telangana region, the Chief Minister asserted that "there is visible development" in the areas due to the conscious efforts made by his Government to eradicate poverty and focus on developing irrigation, health, education and roads. "As a result, the GDP growth rate of the backward districts has increased in comparison to the other districts," he added. Seeing the good work done by his Government, many international funding agencies came forward with grants and loans to finance various schemes. With a view to developing the backward areas in Rayalaseema, Telangana and Coastal Andhra, an amount of Rs.9000 crores was spent on the irrigation sector, creating an additional 10 lakh acres of ayacut and stabilising another 18 lakh acres. Of that, more than Rs.3,800 crores were spent on backward areas of Telangana. The Government has decided to spend Rs.930 crores on Devadula, Rs.150 crores on Bheema and Rs.300 crores on Kalwakurthy irrigation projects. Similarly, the Government has spent a subsidy of Rs.17,887 crores for providing power to farmers. Telangana region accounted for Rs.10,430 crores, Rayalaseema Rs.3,690 crores and coastal Andhra Rs.3767 crores. An amount of Rs. 10,650 crores was invested on strengthening transmission and distribution networks with about Rs.7,632 crores spent in Telangana region, Rs.1451 crores in Rayalaseema and Rs.1836 crores in coastal Andhra.
Telangana Rashtra Samithi Latest News And Live Update Of 16th Lok Sabha Elections
The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) has released first list of candidates for Lok Sabha election. The party, which has decided to go alone in simultaneous polls to Lok Sabha and Andhra Pradesh assembly, announced candidates for seven Lok Sabha seats.

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" All citizens shall have the right to participate in peaceful political activity intended to influence the composition and policies of the Government. All citizens shall have the right to form and join political parties and; subject to such qualifications prescribed by law as are necessary in a democratic society to participate in the conduct of public affairs, whether directly or through freely chosen representatives."
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Government at Our Doorstep
Many districts in Andhra Pradesh are bigger than nearly 100 countries in the world. There is no reason why people in a district should come to Hyderabad to get their problems solved. This negates the very notion of self-governance. In order to bring governance closer to people, every district will have a District Government with all necessary powers. All local governments will be empowered with funds, functions and functionaries. Lok Satta government will bring in an institutional revolution by ensuring a Citizen centered governance process that will establish the link between taxes and services............
Gram Swarajya
70 percent of our population lives in villages, and many of these citizens do not have access to basic amenities, such as clean drinking water. Absence of basic infrastructure and minimal delivery of services have made living conditions miserable. To compound this misery, corruption, nepotism, and favoritism are preventing common people from reaping the benefits of various government programmers. Lok Satta government will take concrete steps and measures to create basic amenities and proper living conditions for all.
1000 Small Towns in Andhra Pradesh
Large numbers of people are migrating to big cities in search of employment and basic amenities/facilities such as hospitals and quality schools. On an average 5000 people per day migrate to cities in our state, and a large number of them end up in slums. Due to the absence of basic infrastructure in rural areas, villagers are forced to commute to distant cities for even the smallest problems. In order to address these problems Lok Satta government will develop 1000 small towns, which will result in integration of rural areas with urban economy. Migration to urban areas will be prevented by creating modern facilities, employment opportunities, and good living conditions in the rural areas. A town within a radius of 10 km of every village will be developed by Lok Satta government with all necessary infrastructure at a cost of Rs. 25 crores. 1000 such small towns will be developed across the state. These towns will be identified and developed based on road connectivity, natural resources, human resources and agricultural produce in neighboring villages. These towns will be endowed with quality educational facilities, health services, clean and safe drinking water supply, drainage, public parks, library, skills training, small industries, and transport facilities, making these small towns economic hubs and magnets for local migration.

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