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We dropped vital chances and India have been punishing us – it’s hard to stop the momentum, Dindori and other districts of the state. who becomes an insider in the ministry. In a state that loves abbreviations,During the contest,minor forest produce? Other countries dont and love to gather and sell the stuffincluding to India In fact Chinese soldiers at the Arunachal border were reported not too long ago as sneaking across to gather a love flower much in demand in their country According to Tako Dabithe home minister of Arunachalit is a fungus with the scientific name cordeseps sinesis and can fetch a cool rupees two lakh in the international market The Chinese soldiers knew itwe dont In fact we dont have a trade policy about forest wealth Until recently there were no tariffs Now they are set randomlywithout any framework No wonder we are one of the largest importers of forest products In the Ghats a few years agonear MangaloreI was happy to find that vanilla farmers were making a killing I was happy too soon Imports – they say subsidised killed all that We are very good at neglecting important things The demand for forest produce is going out of the window and that is why we are a large importer With the economy growing at eight per cent it is extremely likely that demand for forest products will grow by 10 per cent or more Medicinescosmeticsconstruction and packing materialreading materialadhesives you name itthey need a forest produce base Animal husbandrymilkeggschicken and so on led growth in agriculture at seven per cent Yet according to the CSOforest GDP is either constant or falling Whatever little growth there is comes from the collection of firewood Sad because it could be literally the next green revolutiongrowing at 10 per cent to meet demand Trade policy is one thingfinancing and technology are another If you dont have legal rightsyou can scream until the cows come home but no financing will come in without legal collateral The joint forestry management policies have been actually bureaucratised more in the reform yearsand private finance is almost impossible If an Adivasi nurtures a tree for five yearshe cant get finance to last out the next two years and make money But some NGOs have models which succeed; Mihir Shah wrote an excellent chapter in the Eleventh Plan working group on rain-fed regions arguing for private-public partnershipsnewer financing arrangementsand much else eminently implementable Most of that groups work remains on paper His own NGOas also groups like Pradan and Veerendra Heggades work in the Ghats at Dharamsthala have shown the way; but they remain isolated examples Some day we will get realand build up a genetic map of the possibilities in each subregionwork for it for five years or soand make it happen If it cant do it itself the state will have public-private partnershipssome make-and-buyothers make-and-operate Meanwhile I am going to my nature park for a walk The writera former Union ministeris chairmanInstitute of Rural ManagementAnand [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: November 17 2013 5:35 am Related News Punjab consolidated their position and looked on course to register an outright victory against Railways in the CK Nayudu cricket tournament (U-22) at the Dhruv Pandove Stadium in Patiala on Saturday After putting 462 runs on the boardthe hosts produced a splendid bowling performancetaking six wickets for 95 runs at the close of the day’s play EarlierPunjab resumed their innings from the overnight score of 231 for 4 and amassed 462 in 1451 overs Skipper Gitansh Khera (82)Amit Prashar (57)Jaskaran Singh (46) played useful knocks to push the Punjab score past the 400-run mark Yogesh Kumar provided some late fireworks for the hosts In replyRailways lost wickets at regular intervals and were precariously placed at 95 for 6 in 263 overs at close of play Punjab medium-pacers- Amritpal Singh Bajwa (4 for 20) and Deepak Bansal (2 for 24) ran through the Railways batting line up Brief scores: Punjab: 1st innings: 462 all in 1451 overs (Manan Vohra 132Gitansh Khera 82Amit Prashar 57Mandeep Singh 48Jaskaran 46Deepak Bansal 20PI Chaudhary 2 for 76SIDua 2 for 84KI Thakur 2 for 100); Railways: 1st Innings: 95 for 6 in 263 overs (YLPanwar 22PBAwasthi 19 PI Chaudhary 4 noARBajwa 4 for 20Deepak Bansal 2 for 24) Pukhraj emerges champion City player Pukhraj Singh Gill upset favourite Manu Gandas while carding the best round of the day which was a level par card of 71 under testing conditionsto win the IGU Western India Junior Golf championship at the Poona Club Golf Course in Pune on Saturday Pukhraj finally finished with a tournament total of 7-over 291 to take the honours in the top Category (A&B) Another city golferFeroz Singh Garewalended up a creditable secondtwo shots behind the winner while Manuleading by three shots overnightfinished third with a total of 294 Arjun Puridespite playing in Category B ended up fifth overall with a total of 300 which also fetched him the title in his category He was a 10-shot winner over Karandeep Kocchar and Bhav Sharma who shared the second spot at 310 “I am thrilled with the victory and it will be a special one for me” said Pukhraj after his victory “I had just planned to play to par and convert a birdie here and there I think Manu had a bad start but could have recovered I was not thinking about him but I was more concerned about making pars” said Pukhraj17 For all the latest Chandigarh News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Published: April 26 2012 2:48 am Related News Police have arrested one Firozali Noorali Nathani (61)a resident of Palace View Co-operative Housing SocietyKalyani Nagaron charges of murdering his drunkard son Sohraj Nathani31 Officers of Yerawada policewith whom a complaint of murder has been registeredsaid Sohraj was found unconscious at his residence on Tuesday morning He was taken to Sassoon Hospitalwhere he was declared dead Firozali told the police that Sohraj had hanged himself on a ceiling fan but a post-mortem report said he died of a head injury with ligature constriction around neck? download Indian Express App More Related NewsRio de Janeiro:?Galudi barrage further released 1. 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Related News The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ are here. Nowhere in the world, The argument will always be that all hands are welcome. 1327 hrs? 2015 12:36 pm Be it “Pani da rang”,international cooperation?but very little evidence that any of this is happening We need to take a hard look at why professional law enforcement agencies are not cooperating at a national level to generatecollateanalyseand act upon intelligence on the criminals involved in organised transnational wildlife crime Why are tiger range countries not making more use of Interpol and its secure communications network and massive database on known and suspected criminals Why is it so hard to centralise records of seizuresarrestsprosecutionsand convictions on wildlife crime These are not new problems They have been recognised as an impediment to wildlife crime enforcement for decades But instead of having an honest and strategic discussion about how to overcome themgovernments keep making the same glib promises time after time As global concerned citizenstaxpayers and donorswe need to know that action is being taken to deliver on these promisesnot just in the interests of saving wild tigers but to combat all forms of environmental crime We need a way of assessing what actions our governments are and are not takingbeyond simply making seizures of dead animals Only then can we all play a part in honest and targeted decisions about the gaps in enforcement and where we need to focus our efforts to secure a future for wild tigers Belinda Wright is executive directorWildlife Protection Society of India Debbie Banks is lead campaignerEnvironmental Investigation AgencyLondon For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Updated: December 29 2016 5:14 pm Dangal box office collection in Kerala Related News The uncertainty over Christmas release of new Malayalam films continues as they won’t open in theatres this Friday too due to the ongoing strike over the profit-sharing policy in the film industry The release of four highly-anticipated films including a Mohanlal film has been postponed indefinitely as the Film Exhibitors Federation and the associations of Producers and Distributors are failing to reach an agreement over the dispute even as Aamir Khan’s Dangal rules over the local box office Since December 16 the Malayalam film industry has come to a standstill with various film organisations also joining the strike Both production and release of films have been put on hold with neither the combined team of producers and distributors or the theatre owners ready to budge on their demand The Kerala Film Exhibitors Federation (KFEF) have been demanding parity with multiplex screens which get to keep 50 percent of the box office collection The owners of single screens have to pay about 60 percent of the total net revenue to distributors and producers during the first week of a new film The last week’s meeting between the protesting parties mediated by culture affairs and cinema minister AK Balan also failed to break the stalemate The theatre owners stuck to their demand of 50-50 revenue share of box office collections and Malayalam Film Producers Council and Distributors Association remained opposed to it While the meeting ended in a logjam the minister’s suggestion to appoint a judicial commission to look into the conflict has reportedly been agreed by everyone involved The crisis is deepening in the industry as from Friday theatres will stop screening two Malayalam blockbuster films — Pulimurugan and Kattappanayile Rithwik Roshan — which have been running to packed houses This will further benefit the films of other languages said reports Pulimurugan which has made Rs 150 crore from worldwide ticket sales has collected more than Rs 80 crore in 81 days since its theatrical release in Kerala alone The industry has already incurred a loss of about Rs 5 crore due to stalling the release of new films And if the situation continues it will only slow down the growth of the industry which of late has shown the potential of being a worthy competitor to other south Indian movies in the box office collections The strike has come as a windfall for films from other states especially Dangal The Aamir Khan-starrer which released on about 100 screens across Kerala has been raking in moolah with no major rival at the box office Dangal has already collected more than Rs 1 crore at the Cochin multiplexes thus it has become fastest film to make that much of money beating films like Kabali and Sultan Dangal’s new box office record in Kerala may not have been possible had Mohanlal’s Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol Dulquer Salmaan’s Jomonte Suvisheshangal Prithviraj’s Ezra and Jayasurya’s Fukri were released as scheduled For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related News Hindutva and Ambedkarism in their own ways often make Indian liberals and leftists so uncomfortable that they have failed to produce a robust analysis of either one so far. 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