Issue: February 2018
 
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Do you often feel aggrieved because you have had an inflated electricity bill and when you go to the electricity office for a clarification you are unce...
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  Public Grievance Redressal: Governance Challenge by Ms Dolly Arora
  In the article, the author has opined that the awareness of grievances is the first condition for effectively addressing them
  e-Governace: Grievance Redress for a New India 2022 by Shri Yogesh Suri and Desh Gaurav Sekhri
  The Special article focuses that the strategic plan leading into a New India 2022 would be to use e-Governance processes
  Grievance Redressal Mechanism for Women by Ms V Amuthavalli
  The author opines that the government has gone a long way in bringing out many initiatives to redress the grievances of women both at work
Revenue Mobilisation Efforts and the Budget 2017-18 : - by Malini Chakravarty

India’s tax structure is regressive with nearly two-third of total tax collected (taking into account tax collections of both the Centre and the States) being accounted for by indirect taxes. Since the Central government collects most of the direct taxes, in general the tax structure of the Central government tends to be more progressive

 
 
 
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