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There was a big battle brewing up at the top, Modi should not make the same mistake. businesses on GST have been positively accepted by the government.This ranking takes into account reforms initiated only till May-end and does not reflect the impact of GST which was implemented from 1 July he said The GST has not just integrated the nation of 12 billion into one market with one tax rate but also provided a stable and transparent taxation regime he said This reform plus others that have already happened but need gestation and stabilisation time before they are taken into account by the World Bank will improve the ranking he said All these combined gives me confidence that India willoccupy a place of pride in World Bank’s report next year and the year thereafter he said Modi said he does not want to sleep over the 30 place jump this year — the biggest leap by India ever — and want to do more Taking a dig at the Opposition Modi said that those who worked with World Bank previously are raising doubts over India’s ranking "India has reached at a position where it is easy to go further our efforts have gained momentum" said the prime minister He said that when the government decided to bring GST people were unsure about its implementation Three months after the tax reform the GST council meeting was organised and issues raised by traders and business communities were addressed said Modi He said the GST Council at its next meeting on 9-10 November will make necessary changes He listed out the reforms initiated by his government saying India is swiftly changing for the better Tax filing registration of new business and getting electricity connection have been made easier "We are among the most open economies of the world" Modi said Modi said that ease of doing business also leads to ease of life He said that India has moved 19 places upon logistic performance index The prime minister said that the government is improving the investment climate in the country "More than 90 percent of FDI approvals have been put on automatic route FDI inflow has been at all-time high Total FDI has gone up by 67 percent in the last three years" said Modi He said that over the last three years the government has evaluated business regulations Modi said that the Centre engaged with business communities on regular basis and has addressed their concerns Emphasising on the importance of technology he said that the use of technology should maximize governance "Along with technology we also need to change the mindset The past mindset of excessive control should be replaced with minimum government maximum governance With inputs from PTI By: IANS | New Delhi | Published: September 20 2016 2:25 pm Him Corbett is regarded as a conservationist who voiced the earliest warnings about India’s dwindling natural heritage (Source: IANS) Top News In our era of threatened natural environment and diminishing wildlife big-game hunters leave alone poachers are viewed with much opprobrium (remember the disgraced US hunter of Cecil the Lion) but there are a few honourable exceptions Especially this accomplished hunter in the waning days of the Raj who killed to protect people – and was a Sahab like few others One of the few Englishmen still remembered with respect gratitude and even awe in India Jim Corbett’s exploits across the jungles in the Himalayan foothills of north India in the early 20th century are famous from his half a dozen odd engaging and evocative accounts But despite these which also contain his affectionate impressions of a country where his Irish-origin family had lived for generations and whose common people he well understood and a number of detailed biographies there are still unanswered questions about his eventful and enigmatic life As this book asks: “Who was the real Jim Corbett” We know James Edward ‘Jim’ Corbett (1875-1955) was a “hunter who tracked down marauding tigers and leopards A naturalist who spoke the language of the jungle One of the first wildlife photographers to capture images of large predators in their natural habitat A conservationist who voiced the earliest warnings about India’s dwindling natural heritage A legend whose knowledge of the forests of India and the birds and animals that he encountered was unsurpassed His bestselling books on shikar and jungle lore have inspired generations of wildlife enthusiasts” But was there more Stephen Alter tries to find out through his imagination sketching three vignettes set in the youth middle and towards the end of Corbett’s life drawing on “many of Corbett’s stories and historical facts surrounding his life” but stressing it is “a work of fiction and does not aspire to any pretence of biographical surety” The Indian-born and bred American author whose works include account of travels along the Ganga and in Pakistan a biography of the Indian elephant and making of Bollywood classic “Omkara” besides some fiction begins with “The Fern-Collector” set in Nainital in 1888 An atmospheric initially eerie account sees the teenaged Corbett collecting botanical specimens in a graveyard chance on a dug-up grave with the body it contained – of a young girl who had died a decade ago and attracted some rumours – missing As he participates enthusiastically in the police investigation and even helps to solve the mystery we also learn about his background and his growing interest in nature fearlessness in penetrating the jungle and ascertaining his secrets as well as his understanding and sympathy towards Indians It also is a tale of Victorian morality class divides and – reminiscent of Joseph Conrad – the uncertain unenviable fate of those who transgress the colonial ‘civilisational ‘ norms to go “beyond the pale” One inspired point is the presence indirect though of another writer who would subsequently also popularise Indian jungles and wildlife and also present Indians sympathetically – Rudyard Kipling himself The “The Man-eater of Mayaghat” set in the Kumaon along the Sarada river in 1926 is the longest but also most true to type The labourers brought into the area are huddled in the camp after a tigress preys on them and Corbett brought in finds it a complex mission Adding to the complications are an obnoxious forest officer a mysterious girl living unafraid in the jungle a Congress worker come to strive for the workers’ rights and a band of tribals We also learn about Corbett’s World War I service and his modus operandi Finally “Until the Day Break” set in 1953 Kenya (where he had moved in 1947) soon after he hosted Princess Elizabeth and bade farewell to her as Queen changes the narrative style from third person to first person as he ruminates over his life its course and choices and why he had chosen to leave India Even those who have read the entire Corbett corpus and biographies this will be a welcome read offering a new look into a hunter who never lost his sympathy for any living creature – except snakes – or wonder for 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