Engines of growth: Cities 25 years after 74th amendment

For 20-odd cities, compiled data from Janaagraha shows the share of own-tax revenue in the entire revenue is slowly and steadily rising

Status of rural bodies 25 years after the 73rd constitutional amendment

New Delhi
While the 73rd amendment to the Constitution was meant to empower rural local bodies with decision-making abilities, revenue generation, and independence in expenditure, the 74th amendment, passed in consonance with

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First Published: Apr 27 2018 | 2:42 AM IST

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