Monday, May 25, 2015

Delhi Govt’s Total Expenditure 6% of SGDP – Worst in the World

Delhi Govt’s Total Expenditure 6% of SGDP – Worst in the World
May24, 2015 (C) Ravinder Singh, progressindia008@yahoo.com
When some EU states have over 50% tax collection & budget Delhi,
India’s national capital has just 6% of GDP as budget expenditure.
Plan expenditure for 2013-14 is just 2% of SGDP.
Health Expenditure is just $0.6b of SGDP for 16m population and over
20m avail healthcare in Delhi or $30 per capita.
Education, Sports, Art & Culture expenditure is $1.1b or $70 per capita.
Delhi contribution to the national GDP is about 3.86%, for 1.4% of
population and only 1.5% of All Revenue Expenditure.
Ravinder Singh, Inventor & Consultant, INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECTS
Y-77, Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016, India. Ph; 091- 9718280435, 9650421857
Ravinder Singh* is a WIPO awarded inventor specializing in Power,
Transportation,
Water, Energy Saving, Agriculture, Manufacturing, Technologies and Project
https://www.rbi.org.in/scripts/PublicationsView.aspx?id=16361* ,
https://www.rbi.org.in/scripts/PublicationsView.aspx?id=16362**
Appendix II : Revenue Expenditure of States and Union Territories with
Legislature (Contd.)
NATIONAL CAPITAL TERRITORY OF DELHI [Rs. Milllion]
Item    2012-13    2013-14    2014-15
(Accounts)    (Revised Estimates)    (Budget Estimates)
PLAN    NON-P    TOTAL    PLAN    NON-P    TOTAL    PLAN    NON-P    TOTAL
1    2    3    4    8    9    10    11    12    13
India Rs.Thousand Cr*     280    951    1231    380    1114    1495    533    1268    1802
TOTAL EXPENDITURE
(I+II+III)**    65345    141248    206593    81607    153542    235150    102036    173372    275408
Dear All,
Greetings from FICCI!
It is my pleasure to inform you that we are launching FICCI Sports Knowledge Group which will provide a platform to the stakeholders to help in sharing, exchange and develop business around sports sector.
We are pleased to invite you for the “Launch of FICCI Sports Knowledge Group”
When and Where:
Friday, May 29, 2015, 5.00 pm
Council Room- 3rd floor, Federation House,
FICCI, Federation House, Tansen Marg
New Delhi – 110001
I therefore cordially invite you to join us for this Launch.
Request you to kindly send a line of confirmation to me or Contact no.- 011-23487283/561. Limited Seats available only. 
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“Rendez-Vous a Roland-Garros” The grand finale on Paris’ Champ-de-Mars —

“Rendez-Vous a Roland-Garros” The grand finale on Paris’ Champ-de-Mars





“Rendez-Vous a Roland-Garros”
The grand finale on Paris’ Champ-de-Mars

New Delhi, 25th May 2015This Sunday, the clay court for the “Roland-Garros in the City” event, set up at the foot of the Eiffel Tower for the duration of the tournament, hosted the final phase of the “Rendez-Vous a Roland-Garros” event, launched in 2014 with the support of Longines.

Following the resounding success of the first event in China in 2014, the “Rendez-Vous a Roland-Garros” event, sponsored by Longines, this year included India and Brazil. During the three tournaments held − one in each country − the top junior players battled it out (24 in total in China, 32 in India and Brazil). The matches took place in India (New Delhi) from April 1-4, China (Shanghai) from March 19-22 and Brazil (Sao Paolo) from April 16-19.
From India, Sathwika Sama aged 15 from Hyderabad & Basil Khuma aged 17 from Mizoram won the Roland Garros title under 18 boys and girls category to compete for wild card entry into 2015 Junior Roland- Garros in Paris. At the Grand Finale, Basil Khuma and Sathwika Sama showed great determination and battled hard against Gabriel Decamps (BRA) and Shuyue Ma (CHN) respectively at one of the iconic courts ‘Champ-de-Mars’, right in front of the Eiffel Tower. Roland-Garros is a unique opportunity for Indian players to experience the atmosphere of a Grand Slam and to feel first hand the unique sensation of playing on Paris’ red clay.
The six winners (3 boys and 3 girls) were expected in Paris, on the Champ-de-Mars, to play in the final phase of the competition. The winners were Gabriel Decamps (BRA) and Shuyue Ma (CHN) and their prize is a wild card entry into the juniors singles main draw, which will begin on Sunday, May 31.
This event is a part of the Roland-Garros international development strategy. The French Tennis Federation signed cooperation agreements with the Chinese, Indian and Brazilian tennis federations. This involves sending coaches to these countries to train players, and trainers and federation directors from those countries are also invited to France where they take courses. It is also an opportunity to promote clay-court tennis.
Creating ties with China, Brazil and India is an important aspect of the Federation’s strategy“, explains Jérémy Botton, delegate director general of the French Tennis Federation. “The FFT wants to develop and promote clay-court tennis, and strengthen its influence in the constantly-evolving world of tennis. Our love affair with China is a clear success and gave us the idea to look to other countries − this year it’s India and Brazil. Special events like “Rendez-Vous a Roland-Garros” and “RG in the City” are more than just events − we are forging strong connections that are of great importance for the future of Roland-Garros.”
Results

Boys
Gabriel Decamps (BRA) d. Chengze Lyu (CHN)                    6/1 6/3
Gabriel Decamps (BRA) d. Basil Khuma (IND)                       6/2 6/2
Basil Khuma (IND) d. Chengze Lyu (CHN)                                            6/3 6/4
Girls
Shuyue Ma (CHN) d. Maria-Clara Silva (BRA)                        6/3 6/4
Maria-Clara Silva (BRA) d. Sathwika Sama (IND)               2/6 7/6(3) 6/3
Shuyue Ma (CHN) d. Sathwika Sama (IND)                           1/6 6/4 7/5
Brazilian Gabriel Decamps will receive a wild card entry into the boys singles main draw; the wild card for the girls singles will be given to Shuyue Ma (CHN).

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