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‘The Indian Express’ For all the latest Opinion News, Courts that are offended by a few lawyers being lampooned are unlikely to be great defenders of liberty. not probed her death, Chhattisgarh and UP. The average household in Kerala had Rs 45000 debt in fiscal 2010 – with 55 per cent of it spent on buying homes and 10-12 per cent for vehicle purchases and education Kerala’s debt to GSDP ratio stood at around 17 per cent States with a relatively high household debt to GSDP ratio — Maharashtra Andhra Pradesh Karnataka Kerala Haryana and TN — had per-person income higher than the all-India average Clearly increase in household debt levels go hand in hand with higher income Three stark exceptions among the prosperous states however were Gujarat Punjab and Haryana In Gujarat household debt as a share of GSDP is one of the lowest among major states whereas for Punjab it actually fell in fiscal 2010 compared with 2005 Why have household borrowings from commercial banks not picked up in Punjab Gujarat and Haryana in line with rising incomes and as much as in other prosperous states One pointer is the lower proportion of salaried workforce compared with states with a similar level of per-capita income For example only around 3-4 lakh people in Gujarat Punjab and Haryana are employed in IT/ITeS and financial services compared with around 11-12 lakh in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka and nearly 18 lakh in Maharashtra In Haryana despite high per-person income the salaried workforce (Gurgaon IT/ITeS hub) is low and only likely to have increased after fiscal 2010 the latest year for which household debt data is available Salaried professionals have relatively easier access to credit from formal financial institutions because it’s easier for them to fulfil the conditions and paperwork needed by commercial banks for grant of a loan In the case of Gujarat lower access to formal credit is also partly reflected in its lower financial inclusion score despite higher prosperity levels In the CRISIL Inclusix score (the CRISIL Inclusix report January 2014) Gujarat ranks 9th among 16 major states preceding UP Rajasthan MP and West Bengal Among the relatively less prosperous states the household debt burden varies In Orissa debt to GSDP ratio more than doubled between fiscals 2005 and 2010 and the absolute level of debt per household rose 4 times In contrast UP and Bihar saw relatively mild increases in debt per household and a fall in the leverage ratio as bank credit to households lagged behind income growth None of these states have seen a significant rise in salaried employment that boosts access to credit from formal banking system This suggests the nature of employment — salaried or self-employed — matters a lot in access to formal credit But then why is it that household debt is high in Kerala which is not known for high salaried employment A possibility is that the size of down payment say on a home loan will be higher due to high remittance income So how can household access to finance be improved A push to salaried employment will be critical to further and sustain financial inclusion The current focus on labour-intensive manufacturing growth which will create more salaried jobs will have an unintended welfare implication — raising household access to formal financial institutions This will give them ability to smoothen consumption over a lifetime by borrowing at a young age when income is inadequate to meet expenditure — The authors are respectively Principal Economist and Senior Economist CRSIL For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Bashaarat Masood | Srinagar | Published: November 20 2016 3:34 am A busy street in Srinagar on Saturday (Express Photo by Shuaib Masoodi) Top News Traffic jams vendors and public transport out on streets in numbers and schools and shops open — after a 133-day shutdown life was back to normal or near-normal in Srinagar and other parts of Valley on Saturday Separatists relaxed shutdown for the weekend for the first time since protests began with the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani on July 8 “I opened my shop for the first time since the protests started” said Nazir Ahmad who runs a garment shop at Lalchowk “I live in Pampore (18 km away) so it wasn’t possible for me to open the shop during relaxation given by them (separatists) in the evening (from time to time during the protests) I opened my shops early today and it took me hours just to clean the shop” The crowd was not as big as Ahmad had expected “I was expecting a huge rush but very few people came” he said “I think many stayed back because of the demonetisation A few customers went back after I refused to take Rs 500 and 1000 notes” Schools in Kashmir had closed on June 30 for summer vacations and were to reopen on July 17 But they remained under an extended holiday due to the protests “We got a text message from the school Friday informing us that they would be open on Saturday and Sunday” said Ajaz Rasool parent of a Class V student “I don’t understand what they would do there (in school) as the government has announced mass promotion (to next class)” Rasool added “I almost forced my child to go to school —at least he would again experience the classroom atmosphere” The state traffic police on Friday had issued an advisory but Srinagar city still witnessed massive traffic jams on Saturday Being hit perhaps the hardest by the shutdown transporters had demanded the full day relaxation from separatists Javid Ahmad Bhat who ferries people between Srinagar and Sopore said “I bought a new vehicle last year and had hardly paid 10 installments of the loan when the shutdown began The bank hasn’t asked for installments in the last three months but I know they will come knocking anytime now and I have nothing to pay I think they (separatists) should think about people like us – there should be more full-day relaxations like today” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by MANOJ MORE | Pune | Published: November 6 2017 5:37 am A speed-breaker in Wadgaonsheri area which comes under PMC limit Top News OF THE 175 two-wheeler riders who lost their lives in the city till September this year the Pune Police said at least 100 of them could have been saved if only the bikers had worn helmets Traffic experts and civic activists meanwhile blamed the “abnormally-shaped” and “indiscriminately placed” speed-breakers across the city for the accidents According to the traffic police and experts if riders were to be blamed for not adhering to the helmet rule civic bodies and cantonment boards should also be held responsible for not putting in enough efforts towards raising awareness about public safety Local residents activists experts and the traffic police meanwhile attributed maximum number of the accidents to the ‘dangerously laid-out’ speed-breakers In the multiple accidents reported from across the city many of the victims have either lost their lives sustained severe injuries or were left comatose for months incurring huge expenditure on their families For instance the family of one Amit Waghere (21) who was left in a comatose condition for at least a year after suffering a head injury in an accident in Pimpri in 2014 spent Rs one crore towards his treatment Waghere however succumbed to his injuries later According to experts such ‘unwieldy’ speed-breakers could be equally dangerous for those travelling in the bus or any other vehicle For instance in June 2016 a 20-year-old civil engineer fell off a PMPML bus after it bumped into an ‘abnormally-shaped’ speed-breaker on the Pune-Mumbai Highway at Phugewadi On the day of the incident Deepika Shivraj Mankoni a resident of Chinchwad was heading towards the Institute of Tool Design where she was pursuing a two-month course Somewhere between Phugewadi and Dapodi Deepika fell from the bus and sustained a head injury A few days later she passed away The situation activists argued has remained unchanged for years But civic authorities or the police are still to decide as to what kind of speed-breakers can slow down vehicles and thwart accidents they added Experts argued that within the limits of the Pune Municipal Corporation the Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation and the three cantonment boards speed-breakers have been laid out in all shapes “They neither adhere to the Indian Road Congress norms nor are standardised in such a way that riders could guage their height and adjust their speed The speed-breakers are placed where they are not required they are not laid out where they are most required Wrong selection of type flawed design construction defects absence of proper markings and signage insufficient illumination at the spot and also lack of maintenance is the story behind laying out speed-breakers said experts blaming city engineers and municipal commissioners for the pathetic plight of riders in Pune” an expert said Civic activists also pointed out at the lack of seriousness on the part of civic authorities towards key public issues Prashant Inamdar covenor of Pedestrians First said “We had long been demanding formation of a committee to study the issues surrounding speed-breakers and recommend a comprehensive policy Finally an order for formation of a speed-breaker committee under the chairmanship of additional municipal commissioner-special was issued by the municipal commissioner on 06-08-16” “Despite the significance of the matter the first meeting of the committee was held only after eight months on 19-04-17 There was another meeting on 16-09-17 and the next is scheduled on 08-11-17 The overall progress so far has been tardy” he added Inamdar said his organisation has been pursuing the matter with the civic bodies for several years “Speed breakers are essential elements for road safety and traffic calming They have become especially important as wider roads and over-speeding often results in accidents” he added Ill designed speed breakers he said cause acute discomfort to drivers and damage the vehicles even at low speeds “In fact most of these speed breakers have become traffic hazards Faulty speed-breakers have led to several fatalities” he added For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Top News The inspection,Cultural psychologists have long argued that people living in western cultures show a rather distinctive pattern of self-beliefs,the District Magistrate,we will present a final report to the state government, he said The racket of withdrawing pensions in the names of the deceased pensioners and alsoyounger people getting pensions had been running in the state for the past four yearsthe officials said It was shocking to see that at least 422 names were of those who died in 2006-07 and 2007-08but their names featured in the pensioners’ lists and the money was being withdrawn? 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During Sushil Kumar Shinde’s tenure as Home Minister, RSPM levels are now at a record high. AS: We enjoy heaviness.Written by Shiny Varghese | Updated: February 19, an official said in Bilaspur on Wednesday. A leaflet distributed by JAVAB says, But eventually, download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Garima Mishra | Pune | Updated: December 25.

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