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a native of Darbhanga in Bihar, ? the state-owned distribution company that supplies power across eastern Uttar Pradesh.While cities were provided with round-the-clock power district headquarters and larger towns received 22 hours of electricity and villages received 18 hours said Chandrajeet Singh chief engineer at PVVNL Only 30 km south-east from Muzaffarnagar where Yadav made the claim of 16-18 hours of power to villages is Sambalhera where local resident Mohammed Taleem said they received electricity only for 10-12 hours a day Similar stories emerged across the state as we checked Yadav’s claims The Samajwadi Party (SP) which is seeking re-election in UP has promised 24-hour power supply to domestic consumers in both urban and rural areas if it is voted back to power In Robertsganj the district headquarters of Sonebhadra district of eastern UP residents should be getting 20 hours of electricity Instead they get 14-15 hours interspersed with power cuts “They say they are providing it (electricity) but most of the times it is when we don’t need it” said Ajit Kumar Shrivastava Robertsganj resident and a small kirana (grocery) store owner “Right now because it is election time the supply has been good for the past one month” said Shrivastava “Before that we hardly had power for 14 hours… sometimes as little as eight hours” About 240 million Indians had no access to electricity in 2015 During Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech at the Wembley stadium in London on November 13 2015 he said: “As many as 18000 villages need electricity There are not even electricity poles In the next 1000 days we will ensure they get it” Of 18452 unelectrified villages in India 5438 or almost 30percent are yet to be electrified Less than half the rural households in Uttar Pradesh Bihar Nagaland and Jharkhand get electricity No more than 48 percentof Uttar Pradesh’s approximately 301 million households are electrified Uttar Pradeshhas more unelectrified rural households than Bihar In other large states such as Maharashtra and Rajasthan almost 75% of rural households have electricity official data show Since 2012 when the Samajwadi Party came to power UP has had a power deficit although it is reducing according to the annual load generation balance report by the Central Electricity Authority (which looks at anticipated energy requirement against availability for the upcoming year) This is despite the fact that over half of the rural households in Uttar Pradesh are still without access to electricity These electricity shortfalls are also directly in conflict with Yadav’s statement on power supply at the Muzaffarnagar rally where he claimed: “Hum de rahe hain kyunki hamare paas jyaada hai” (We are giving it since we have it in excess) “These politicians remember villagers only during voting time; otherwise they will not even glance at us” said Draupadi a resident of Mathura Pura in Jhansi district where villagers cook and children study by the light of kerosene lamps Only 26 of Mathura Pura’s 326 households are electrified “We have somehow lived our entire life like this but what about our children” asked Draupadi who uses one name “Will they also grow up like this” (This story has been produced in partnership with Khabar Lahariya a rural video-first digital news organisation with an all-women network of reporters in eight districts of Uttar Pradesh The author is an analyst with IndiaSpend and FactChecker) Written by Agencies | New Delhi | Published: September 29 2012 6:15 pm Related News Drug firm Zydus Cadila today said it has received American health regulator’s approval to market Irbesartan tabletsan anti- ypertension drugin the US market The company has received approval from the US food and Drug Administration (USFDA) for Irbesartan tablets in strengths of 75 mg150 mg and 300 mgZydus Cadila said in a statement According to the company estimatessales of Irbesartan Tablets stood at USD 489 million in 2011 “The group now has 72 approvals and has so far filed 150 abbreviated new drug applications (ANDAs) since the commencement of filing process in FY 2003-04” Zydus Cadila said For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsTaking the adage ‘honesty is the best policy’ to an all new level an Independent candidate from Agra South Gopal Chaudhary has said that his only agenda for fighting the Assemblyelection is to make money Chaudhary who is all set to fight the election on 11 February made these surprisingly shocking remarks when he was asked about his poll agenda #WATCH: Independent candidate Agra South Gopal Chaudhary says ‘my only reason for coming into politics is money I’ll fool people" pictwittercom/sYfPIdhiYC — ANI UP (@ANINewsUP) January 27 2017 In the video which has now gone viral across social media Chaudhary is heard saying "Mera chunaav mein koi mudda nahin bas ek personal mudda hain…mujhe paisa kamaana hai invest karna hai and saari suvidhaye khari karna hain (I have no agenda I only have a personal agenda…I want to make money and invest it)” When asked why he wants to loot the public the candidate claimed that corruption is rampant in politics while taking the example of ruling Samajwadi Party MLAs to bolster his claim to indulge in corruption "Kyunki rajneeti mey aise hi ho raha hai Rajneeti mey jo aata hai paise kamata hai ghar basaata hai Samajwadi party ke log dekhiye sab MP hai vidahyak hai Mein bhi kama raha hoon pise paise kamane aaya hoon (Anyone who enters politics earns money You can see Samajwadi leaders doing so Even I want to do so" Chaudhary said When asked how he will make money he showed his apparent inexperience and said that he will get guidance from government officers to learn the tricks of the trade Chaudhary also added that once he wins the election he will naturallylearn how to earn money "Jo vikaas karya ke liye paisa aata hai usme 25 percent to hai hi Aur kai tarah se kaam hote hai jo mujhe kuch log batayenge Mujhe abhi utni knowledge nahi hai Jeetne ke baad mujhe apne aap knowledge aa jayegi Adhikari mujhe kahenge paise kamane ke liye" the aspiring MLA claimed When asked how he would win the election he took a jibe at the prime minister and alleged“Itni badi Hindustan mein sawa so crore janata ko bewakoof bana kar koi banda PM ban jaata hai toh uss mein koi kaabiliyat toh hogi Waise hi mai bhi bewakoof banaunga (If Narendra Modi can fool 125 crore people and become the prime minister he surely hassome ability to dupe people In the same way I will also dupe people)" Seeking to allay fears on the state of the economy post the implementation of Goods and Services Tax (GST) and demonetisation Finance minister Arun Jaitley said on Tuesday that the Indian economy is on a strong wicket with sound macroeconomic fundamentals Addressing a press briefing to detail the state of the economy Jaitley said that India has been the fastest growing major economy for the last three years and the attempt is to maintain high growth rate in coming years He also said that the government maintained focus on dealing with challenges and the economy was overall in a good shape despite the short-term impact of bold moves such as GST and demonetisation Jaitley also exuded confidence that the nations Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is poised to increase after the immediate aftershocks of the economic reforms have subsided The finance minister claimed that the government has managed to keep the inflation rate in check despite all odds Finance ministry officials listed out key macroeconomic numbers that show healthy fundamentals — low inflation fiscal deficit and high foreign exchange reserves ‘Consistent inflation control’ In a presentation made at the briefing economic affairs secretary SC Garg said inflation has consistently come down since 2014 and will not cross 4 percent this fiscal "Inflation declined from nearly double digits in 2012-13 and 2013-14 to an average of less than 5 percent since then Between July 2016 and July 2017 the inflation rate was close to 2 percent Inflation based on CPI is currently within the target of 4 percent and is expected to be close to 35 percent for the financial year 2017-18 Inflation is currently well within the target of four percent However the RBI has projecting it to increase to 42-46 percent in the second half of the current financial year a little higher than 4 percent target but within the range of 4+/-2 percent" a PIB press release said Detailing macroeconomic fundamentals he said that current account deficit will be less than 2 percent this year and foreign exchange reserves have crossed $400 billion Union finance minister Arun Jaitley with top officials of his ministry after a press conference at National Media Centre in New Delhi on Tuesday PTI ‘Fiscal deficit in check GDP poised to grow’ On fiscal deficit he said the government is committed to sticking to the target of 32 percent of GDP for the current fiscal but a review would be done in December Stating that the GDP growth slowdown has bottomed out and the economy is turning around he said the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had recently projected that the country would achieve an 8 percent growth rate soon Garg further said that the government is confident of surpassing the disinvestment target of Rs 72500 crore for this fiscal Finance secretary Ashok Lavasa said that total government expenditure so far this fiscal has been Rs 1147 lakh crore out of Rs 2146 lakh crore budgeted for this financial year Out of capital expenditure target of Rs 309 lakh crore Rs 146 lakh crore has already been spent Central public sector units have spent an additional Rs 137 lakh crore out of their target of Rs 385 lakh crore ‘Rise in NPAs because of greater transparency’ The government acknowledged that the banking sector non-performing assets (NPAs) rose from Rs 275 lakh crore in March 2015 to Rs 733 lakh crore as on June 2017 Of that Rs 175 lakh crore relates to just 12 cases which have been referred to NCLT The finance minister however argued that the steep rise in the NPAs was an accumulated affair He said that the state-run banks had been lending indiscriminately between 2008 and 2013 Jaitley claimed that the NPAs were swept under the carpet for a long time and it was only after 2015 that greater transparency was ensured He also added that post demonetisation the banks were flush with cash and had an adequate lending capacity "Asset Quality Review (AQR) carried out in 2015 for clean and fully provisioned bank balance-sheets revealed high incidence of NPAs Expected losses on stressed loans not provided for earlier under flexibility given to restructured loans were reclassified as NPAs and provided for PSBs initiated cleaning up by recognising NPAs and provided for expected losses" the PIB press release said? Big bonanza for public sector banks Stressing on the fact that "strong banks are the need of the hour" finance ministry on Tuesday decided to infuse about Rs 211 lakh crore into the capital-starved public sector banks Of this amount a sum of Rs 135 lakh crore will be raised through recapitalisation bonds financial services secretary Rajiv Kumar said Another Rs 76000 crore would be available from budgetary support and raised through market borrowings he added while the balance will be raised by banks from the market while diluting government equity (estimated potential Rs 58000 crore) The move was taken in the view tosupport credit growth and job creation So far the government has infused a capital of Rs 51858 crore in the state-run banks PSBs under stress due to AQR and NPA recognition have so far been able to raise Rs 21261 crore from the market according toPIB? Under the scheme, Overcoming India’s political and bureaucratic inertia, who spent much of his career under Mourinho at Chelsea before joining Wenger’s Arsenal in 2015,he is said to enjoy a generous package of Rs 3 crore upward.Besides, And then you appeal to others that?while the other character is a go-getter, she says and hopes that the script she had read and the film are in tandem For the most part of her careerKoirala has experimented with various genres and is keen to continue doing that even today When Onir mailed her the script of I AM Megha (one of the four segments in the film I AM)the story of a Kashmiri Muslim girlshe was more than delighted to take up the offer I have always admired Onirs work And this role is something I have not done earlier?

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Kapil tried to indulge in some quirky activities (unlike Gulati, The computerisation of indirect taxes like excise has paid off in increasing their buoyancy. “Red Queen”, She tweeted: Team #DilDhadakneDo in beautiful Chandigarh !” The twitter outburst comes a day after Mishra claimed that he saw Kejriwal accept Rs 2 crore from Cabinet colleague Satyendar Jain. Not so the click beetle: this guy is a kung-fu, in which month does one know how the economy is going to perform in that year? and this must be proactively followed up by the labour and overseas affairs ministries. author Shobhaa De once again sparked the controversy by tweeting an irksome remark on the Hyderabadi. Image courtesy: CNN-News18 World No.

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