Issue: May 2017
 
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Norms for good governance have been laid in various traditional Indian texts: be it the Vedic texts or Kautilya’s Arthashastra. Our ancient texts have a...
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Articles
  The Swachh Bharat Mission: Everyone's Business by Parameswaran Iyer
  The second lead article , which is also the special article in the issue, is by Secretary, Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Government of India
  Transforming Lives through Livelihoods by Amarjeet Sinha
  The third article is by Secretary, Department of Rural Development, Government of India.
  Towards a Clean and Transparent Economy by M.V. Bhanumathi & Rohit Deo Jha
  The focus article of the issue is on the anti-corruption measures taken by the government of India.
Revenue Mobilisation Efforts and the Budget 2017-18 : - by Malini Chakravarty

Indias 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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