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One of them,along with an unidentified youth,India Today TV.The fire affected the trafficwhichled to closure of commercial establishments and retail outlets in the vicinity Also some residents living close to the showroom were asked to stay away by authorities Top officials told PTI that more than 100 tankers had so far supplied water to douse the fire and 150 firemen were still on the job to put out the blaze APTI correspondent who visited the spot this evening found almost nil visibility due to thick smoke which had spread upto two to three kilometres Road users includingtwo-wheeler riders and pedestrians were put to acute discomfort Parts of the Chennai Silks building in Chennai collapsed around 319 am Visuals from @PTTVOnlineNews pictwittercom/bBJfoqchJM — Dhanya Rajendran (@dhanyarajendran) May 31 2017 Officials from multiple state agencies including fire and rescue city police Chennai Corporation and revenue department are on the spot coordinating to douse the fire The cause of fire is yet to be ascertained though it issuspected to be due to short-circuit "Our priority now is to put out the fire and extinguish smoke We will look into the cause later" an official said The blaze was noticed at about 4 amand several fire tenders were immediately rushed to the spot However accessing the building and spraying water inside proved challenging in the centrally air-conditioned showroom "We had to demolish a portion of the front exterior of the building so that water could be let deep inside" a fire officer said Fire fighters battled hard to get into the showroom from the ground floor even as the sound of things coming crashing down heavily from within was quite audible from outside Firemen surrounded the building and sprayed water from high-pressure valves to try and douse the blaze Even after more than 10 hours of fire fighting efforts flames were still seen smoldering inside parts of the building on several floors Though some cracks could be seen in the building officials declined to state if it was due to fire and whether it would affect the structural stability of the structure "We will check everything.we will see if there were any violations later and consider appropriate options if warranted" a senior official said The mishap is expected to cause loss worth crores due to the gutting of commercial stock and the building "By using skylift we rescued 12 people None was injured. smoke is emanating from the basement and it is being extinguished" a Fire official told reporters adding that an electric short-circuit might have caused the fire Officials said to ensure safety the showroom and the area around it had been declared out of bounds for the public With inputs from PTI New Delhi: Tomato prices in retail markets of the national capital soared to Rs 80 per kg on Friday in view of tight supplies trade data showed The key kitchen staple has become equally dearer in other parts of the country For instance tomato prices in Bengaluru one of the major producers are ruling at Rs 45-50 per kg in retail markets In Aizawl in Mizoram these are being sold at around Rs 95-100 per kg Tomato prices have shot up in national capital region "The availability of tomato is less at present because the crop has been hit badly due to recent rains in Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh" said Ashok Kaushik President of Tomato Merchant Association at Azadpur mandi Traders could not source it from Madhya Pradesh as 90 percent of the crop in the state too got damaged Farmers have sown again and that crop will arrive in the next 15-20 days he said At Azadpur mandi Asia’s largest wholesale market for fruits and vegetables tomato is being sold at Rs 40-50 kg The same tomato is being retailed at a higher rate Tomatoes in Delhi retail markets are selling at Rs 70-80 per kg depending on the quality and locality whereas it was available at Rs 30-35 in the year-ago period According to Kaushik tomato supplies in the national capital are less by 25 percent at present On an average 225-250 tonnes of tomato are traded in six major mandis in Delhi on a daily basis Now 170-180 tonnes are being traded Some quantities are being sourced from Uttarakhand and Chhattisgarh he added Mumbai: Anger over the sudden demonetisation move is now not limited only to the serpentine queues outside ATMs or to the crowded counters at banks but it has become a political hot potato for the political parties to exploit for their benefit Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray PTI With the cash crisis getting worse with each passing day in a surprise move National Democratic Alliance (NDA) ally both at the Centre and in the state Shiv Sena decided to participate in a protest march to the Rashtrapati Bhavan on Wednesday after getting a call from West Bengal Chief Minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee The parties would apprise President Pranab Mukherjee on the incomprehensible currency crisis situation that the country plunged into soon after the dramatic abolishment of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 on the midnight of 8 November as a legal tender In an urgent meeting of party leaders that was called by Shiv Sena supremo Uddhav Thackeray the party chief reasoned that if PM Modi could share the dais with their political bete noire and Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar there is no reason for them not to go with Bannerjee Thackeray told his party members that the Trinamool Congress head was taking the step after seeing the plight of the country’s citizens Although the Shiv Sena chief made it clear that the party is with the government’s effort to tackle black money he came down heavily on PM Modi for leaving people in the lurch with the sudden demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes Thackeray reportedly said that instead of going behind those people with accounts in Swiss banks PM Modi pushed the country’s poor into trouble He also took potshots at the Prime Minister for leaving for Japan soon after "Modi did a surgical strike along the LoC and deserved praise However his demonetisation decision could bounce back on him" Thackeray had said earlier in a press conference last week Even as the party is openly going against the BJP it did prepare a cushion for its drastic actions to keep the alliance intact "Mamata Banerjee and Uddhav Thackeray had a talk This is not power and politics It concerns the citizens of India We have no issue to knock the door of any party for the cause of poor needy people of India" Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut told the media Senior journalist and political analyst Abhay Deshpande felt that the Shiv Sena was moving on a well-thought out plan "Thackeray’s criticism is a clear indication that Sena is taking distance from the political consequences of Modi Sena strategists are feeling that BJP will face the wrath of Mumbaikars during the upcoming civic elections in the 10 Municipal corporation elections" Deshpande said However it is not for the first time the Shiv Sena is not on the same page with the NDA In 2007 the party supported Congress candidate Pratibha Patil for the office of the country’s president Citing reasons for not going with the NDA nominee then Shiv Sena chief Balasaheb Thackeray had taken the stand that since Patil was the first woman candidate to contest the poll for the country’s highest office and that she is from Maharashtra as well were reasons enough for the party to support her The late Bhairon Singh Shekhawat was the NDA candidate in the presidential race in 2007 Despite being a Congress candidate incumbent President Pranab Mukherjee also got support from Balasaheb Thackeray during the 2012 presidential poll Ironically Mukherjee dined with the then Shiv Sena chief in the presence of Pawar at Matoshree — the Thackeray residence and Shiv Sena headquarters The reason for backing Mukherjee by Shiv Sena was that he was a good candidate Although the Shiv Sena shared a formidable relationship with the BJP it had severed its ties of 25 years ahead of the Maharashtra Assembly election in 2014 In the last years despite being in the government both at the Centre and in the state the party spared no opportunity to harshly criticise PM Modi Written by Christophe Jaffrelot | Updated: April 29 2016 8:52 am According to Census 2011 the average growth rate of the economy was 77 per cent per annum when it was only 18 per cent for employment Top News The last quarterly survey by the Labour Bureau showed that India has never created so few jobs since the survey started in 2009 as in 2015: Only 135 lakh jobs compared to more than nine lakh in 2011 and 419 lakh in 2013 in eight labour-intensive industries (the only ones that are surveyed) These figures are particularly alarming since almost one million new people enter the job market every month As President Pranab Mukherjee said last month “The Indian economy today needs to generate 115 million non-farm jobs over the next decade to gainfully employ its workforce and reap its demographic dividend” That is not the direction in which India is going In fact the Economic Survey last year (this issue was hardly mentioned in this year’s Economic Survey) showed that during the last decade (2001-11) the growth rate of the labour force (223 per cent) was significantly higher than the growth rate of employment (14 per cent) which itself was several-fold less than the growth rate of the economy According to Census 2011 the average growth rate of the economy was 77 per cent per annum when it was only 18 per cent for employment This jobless growth which has been more dramatic in the last two years is probably the main issue of the Indian economy today It is largely responsible for demonstrations by young Patels of Gujarat and Jats of Haryana in the name of reservations Since they can’t get jobs in the private sector they fall back on government jobs But the public sector is shrinking: Government jobs which were 195 million in 1996-97 are about 17 million today Not only are jobs fewer than before but those that are created are precarious and badly paid because of the informalisation of the economy In fact the share of registered manufacturing in employment peaked in 1984 Jobless growth may be explained in many different ways but two factors in particular need to be highlighted First India has an employability problem While the services can rather easily recruit skilled white-collar workers (IT engineers English-speaking people for the call centres etc) the industry cannot transform peasants into factory workersso quickly Such a transition requires basic training which is missing The 2015 Economic Survey assessed that “68 per cent persons aged 15 years and above are reported to have received/ be receiving vocational training” These data reflect a larger problem: Primary and secondary education where the dropout rate remains very high provides a poor education In this context the minuscule increase in the share of education in the 2015-16 budget from 3 to 31 per cent will hardly make any significant difference The fact that the government seems to rely on private initiatives in this domain also stands in stark contrast to an obvious reality: No country has developed without a robust public education system The second factor that needs to be pointed out pertains to the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) Their labour intensity is four times higher than that of large firms The multinationals are particularly capitalistic as evident from the commitments/ promises expressed during the last “Make in India Week” in February While the investment commitments were impressive at $225 billion over five years the fact that they would translate into the creation of 6 million jobs only was not trumpeted In fact the Make in India programme is revealing of the jobless growth syndrome: Highly capitalistic multinationals will start factories in India to sell their products to the white-collar middle class but will not create the manufacturing workforce the country is longing for SMEs which employ 40 per cent of the workforce of the country and which represent about 45 per cent of India’s manufacturing output and 40 per cent of India’s total exports are in a better position to do so — but they are not treated well First they have poor access to credit According to Ram Jass Yadav’s survey “Issues in SME financing” “approximately 95 per cent of units still require to be brought into banking fold” As a result they get a smallshare of the net credit of India’s domestic banks whereas these banks are mandated to register at least 20 per cent year-to-year growth in credit to micro and small enterprises Instead of increasing their loans to SMEs public banks are asked to lend money to big companies Second the SMEs are badly affected by the erosion of state protections which harked back to the Gandhian era After Independence cottage industries benefited from a form of positive discrimination: Hundreds of items were reserved to them Neoliberals criticised this infringement on the law of the market Last year The Economist hailed the decision of the Union government to remove this “absurd” system in the case of the making of furniture But the new policy may be more absurd if it results in the replacement of carpenters by machines — that highly capitalistic big companies will import from abroad on the top of it Incidentally that was one of the dimensions of the Nehruvian model that the Bania-oriented Jana Sangh of the 1950s-60s had approved of under the aegis of Deendayal Upadhyaya — a great promoter of SMEs But the BJP relates to the business world in a different manner at least since the Pramod Mahajan years Third the big companies are also the main beneficiaries of the fiscal policy of the government The total amount of tax exemptions represent Rs 550000 crore in the 2015-16 budget including Rs 184764 crore for Central excise duties and Rs 301688 crore for customs duties The big corporate houses which have sometimes also established their own SEZs largely profit by this infringement on the law of market The rationale of crony capitalism is the same all over the world: Those who pay for electoral campaigns and who command other forms of influence can somewhat dictate their terms even if this balance of power results in distortions of the market economy — and the creation of fewer jobs (This article first appeared in the print edition under the headline ‘Nowhere to go’) The writer is senior research fellow at CERI-Sciences Po/ CNRS Paris professor of Indian politics and sociology at King’s India Institute London and non-resident scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Mihir Vasavda | Published: October 3 2013 5:59 am Related News Baichung Bhutia once described Lalrindika Ralte as a prodigy with skills that cant be taught. 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