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Top News When we mention Pahlaj Nihalani,is not just a death bowler —?Union? Thats what India should be a Union with a Seventh Schedule that is purged of the vestiges of centralisation Howeverdecentralisation doesnt only mean so-called Centre-state issues It also means decentralisation within states No state voluntarily wishes to do that Witness the cavalier attitude towards recommendations of state finance commissions If states dont push decentralisation voluntarilywe must recognise that todays states are the outcome of historical accidents Their geographical boundaries have no economic or other rationale Taken to its logical extremewe should have a Union with perhaps 600 districtsweeding out the inconvenience of states in between Howeverthat makes the Union too powerful and no individual entity district or state will be powerful enough to exert countervailing pressure Historical evidence doesnt suggest we can trust Delhi to be democratic enough Had that not been the casewe would have followed Gandhiji more and quoted him lessIf 600 is too muchthere is another way to look at the problemWhen does a state become too large to govern optimallyin the sense of providing those public goods and services efficiently As a rough rule of thumbit becomes ungovernable if its population crosses 25 million and geographical area crosses 25000 sq km We not only have states that are too large We also have states that are too smallIdeallyIndia should have around 50 stateswith some splitting up and some mergers Smaller states are more homogeneous That makes it easier to plan and administer and handle inter-group trade-offs Governments are closer to people The chief minister can act more like a CEO and less like a non-executive chairman There is always corruption associated with public expenditure But that leakage isnt always siphoned off to Swiss bank accounts overseas The dividing line between black and white is blurred and black income does get spent A smaller state means leakage gains are typically spent within a smaller radius andthereforeconsequent multiplier benefits also tend to be local This is over and above infrastructure creation becoming more broad-based (new state capitalssay)These theoretical propositions can be tested empirically J&K and the Northeast have their own special problems Disregarding theseon an averagesmaller states perform better than larger onesregardless of economic indicators Even if one ignores Delhithink of KeralaGoa and Himachal When a state is bifurcatednot only does the relatively smaller state improve its performanceso does the relatively larger state Earlierthink of Gujarat/ Maharashtra and Punjab/ Haryana In more recent timesthink of Uttarakhand/ UPBihar/ Jharkhand and MP/ Chhattisgarh Both the theoretical and empirical arguments are robust Smaller states perform better Had there been a second States Reorganisation Commission and had it looked at the issue objectivelyindependent of historicalcolonial and linguistic baggageit would have come to the same conclusion It would have recommended breaking up AndhraMaharashtraMPUPRajasthanKarnatakaJ&K and West Bengal and recommended consolidation in the Northeast Apart from thereit would have recommended smaller statesnot small states in the sense of their being too small But we dont believe in such objective exercisesdo we We believe in political opportunism and ad hocism Thusa wind has been sown in Andhra And regardless of what the committee has recommendeda whirlwind will be reaped The UPA government deserves no sympathy on this one To use the phrase WikiLeaks put on our front pagesit never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity The writer is a Delhi-basedeconomistexpress@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Alaka Sahani | Mumbai | Updated: October 20 2016 10:00 pm A Death In Gunj Goodbye Berlin and Neruda are few of the must watch films in MAMI festival Top News Starting today the 18th Mumbai Film Festival rolls out a week-long feast of 175 films including features documentaries and shorts Contributing to this annual cinematic experience are Movie Mela workshops masterclasses and discussionsAfter scouring through the schedule here is the list of films that cinema lovers should try catch during this festival A Death in the Gunj A death in Gunj is a film by Konkona Sen Sharma The film which premiered at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) marks Konkona Sen Sharma’s debut as a writer-director and has been winning accolades for its ensemble cast and story-telling The Red Turtle Michal Dudok de Wit The Red Turtle follows the life of a castaway on a deserted tropical island populated by turtles crabs and birds Considered one of the most wonderful cinematic works of this year this dialogue-less animation feature directed by Michal Dudok de Wit follows the life of a castaway on a deserted tropical island populated by turtles crabs and birds Lipstick Under My Burkha Alankrita Shrivastava explores the lives of four women in Lipsitck under my Burqa In her second directorial outing Alankrita Shrivastava explores the lives of four women in different stages of her life living in closed quarters of Bhopal and explores their desires and dreams Anatomy of Violence Anatomy of Silence is based on December 2012 gang rape incident in Delhi Deepa Mehta mixes fiction and facts as she collaborates with actors to reimagine the lives of six assailants involved in the December 2012 gang rape incident in Delhi Neruda The film traces a determined police inspector’s hunt for Chilean politician Pablo Neruda after he goes into hiding in 1948 Directed by Pablo Larrain the Chilean film screened at Directors’ Fortnight at Cannes this year traces a determined police inspector’s hunt for Chilean politician Pablo Neruda after he goes into hiding in 1948 The Salesman An international festival favourite Iranian director Ashgar Farhadi shows a young couple play the lead in a local production of Death of a Salesman even as their relationship turns sour after moving into a new house Elle In this French psychological thriller directed by Paul Verhoeven a successful CEO of a video game company played by Isabelle Huppert tries to learn the identity of the man who raped her Swiss Army Man This 2016 American comedy-drama written and directed by Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert is about a man stranded on a deserted island who befriends a dead body and their surreal journey to get home Good Bye Berlin The latest film by Fatih Akin is about two teenage boys who steal a car and embark on a road trip that will probably change their lives An Insignificant Man A political documentary directed by Khushboo Ranka and Vinay Shukla chronicles the spectacular rise of activist Arvind Kejriwal Premiered at TIFF this is India’s first narrative virtual reality (VR) The Little Prince The opening film of Half Ticket segment for children and young adults is based on an animated fantasy adventure family drama of the 1943 cult novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry It is directed by Mark Osborne Under The Shadow Directed by Iranian Babak Anvari this ‘feminist horror’ film shows a mother and daughter haunted by a mysterious evil in 1980s Tehran Maroon Directed by Pulkit this psychological thriller featuring actor Manav Kaul in the lead and Sumeet Vyas in a key role tracks the story of an insomniac professor who is betrayed by his wife and marooned into loneliness Autohead A mockumentary by Rohit Mittal which was selected for the 40th Hong Kong International Film Festival follows a film crew that starts to make a documentary about an auto-rickshaw driver in Mumbai Soon they discover his angst sexual frustration and paranoia Winter Sleep With Turkey being the ‘Country Focus’ MIFF screens one of the most celebrated Turkish films of recent times Directed by Nuri Bilge Ceylan this 2014 Palme d’Or-winner examines the divide between the rich and poor Hema Hema :Sing me a Song While I Wait Directed by Dzongzar Khyentse Rinpoche this visually rich movie focuses on a group of men and women who gather in the Bhutan forest to enjoy a few days of anonymity I Daniel Blake The winner of 2016 Palme d’Or the latest movie directed by Ken Loach expose the bureaucratic loopholes in a welfare state in this highly political blunt yet moving drama Apprentice Singapore’s submission for the Oscar in the Best Foreign Film category is about a young man who becomes an assistant to a hangman who had executed his father After the Storm Japanese writer-director Hirokazu Kore-Eda offers a contemplation of human failings and life’s disappointments as a private directive tries to reconnect with his family after his father’s death The Commune This Danish drama directed by Thomas Vinterberg is set in the 1970s Copenhagen in which a couple experiments with collective living For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 6 2013 1:12 am Related News Crime Branch on Tuesday arrested two persons for running a fake marksheet racket and recovered at least nine marksheets of different institutions from them A laptop and printer-cum-scanner too has been seized from the accused The men – Naresh Kumar (25) and Vineet Sharma (25) – were arrested after Crime Branch received specific information that a racket involved in producing fake certificates and marksheets was being run under the garb of an instituteIndraprastha International Polytechnicin Vikaspari in West Delhi According to policeSharma posed as the director of the institute and prepared fake certificates and marksheets for different courses of various institutions We sent a policeman as decoy customer with a numbered currency notewhile another police officer acted as a shadow witness A deal was stuck for Rs 5000 for a Class XII certificate and he paid Rs 1000 as an advance Sharma also showed the decoy five certificates as samples Following thisa raid was conducted and the material were seized? she says. 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