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Adityanath said construction of a temple devoted to Lord Rama has been completed here in Chhattisgarh, 31, some time next week,age 38) and Alexander Grischuk (ranked 5, (Source: File) Top News Left-arm spinner Ashton Agar is confident that Australia can chase down any target set by the hosts in the first Test.Agar who has made a comeback into the side after four years and bowled well on the first and picked up three wickets along with Nathan Lyon Revealing that the Aussies are brimming with confidence Agar said “We’re positive We’ve had a pretty good fightback today and anything can happen on this wicket Things happen so quickly when the ball is spinning and turning and as you saw tonight a few of them really jumped so we’re confident that if we get on a bit of a roll tomorrow we can knock them over” Agar last played a Test match in 2013 Ashes against England at Lord’s Speaking about his return he said “After my first ball which I had a bit of luck on I thought I may as well try and make them pay and take some time out of the game Pretty much watch the ball and make good decisions Hit mostly with the spin They bowled quite well to their credit their spinners were really accurate it was quite tough out there at times and you just have to wait for a bad ball and something you can capitalize on” Commenting on the nature of the pitch he said “It’s definitely getting a bit harder Off the good stuff though it’s not too bad although it is starting to spin a bit more off the good part of the wicket It’s going to be some pretty tough Test cricket over the next couple of days” and added “It’s going to get harder and harder to bat on This is what spinners love when the ball jumps and spins You have to remain patient though they’re good players of spin and they played it pretty well tonight so me Lyon and Maxwell are going to have to be patient and really accurate tomorrow and hopefully we get our rewards” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Clement Imbert | Updated: December 23 2014 8:01 am The only India-wide survey we can use to measure actual MGNREGS employment is the NSS Related News For my first field visit to study the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS) a few years ago Nikhil Dey took me from Jaipur to Rajsamand where I met a team from the Mazdoor Kisan Shakti Sangathan (MKSS) and the block officers they worked with The block officers explained how the details of each day of work provided under the MGNREGS was entered online at nreganicin This seemed to me to be a fantastic effort to promote transparency in public programmes At that point Shankar Singh an MKSS member quipped “Bhains ko chahiye chaara sarkar ko chahiye aankda (The government needs numbers like cattle need fodder)” Six years later the debate around corruption in the MGNREGS is still raging and it is all about numbers In his article ‘Move from NREGA to cash transfers’ (IE December 12) Surjit S Bhalla suggests that two-thirds (one-third under “generous assumptions”) of MGNREGS employment may be fake and concludes that the programme deserves the axe In a more nuanced approach economist Abhijit Banerjee in “What’s the plan for MNREGA Modi needs to explain” (Hindustan Times November 26) quotes a much lower figure of 20 per cent leakage down from 50 per cent in 2007 to argue that the government’s efforts to reduce corruption in the MGNREGS have been successful A tale of two numbers can explain the origin of these differences The first number is the official number of MGNREGS days based on data entries on the official website This number reflects what the Central government or the Indian taxpayer pays for But part of these days are fake — they are “ghost days” used by corrupt officials to siphon off MGNREGS funds How much of it is fake It is hard to tell unless one compares it to a second number a measure of “actual days” which can only come from an independent survey done on the ground The only India-wide survey we can use to measure actual MGNREGS employment is the National Sample Survey (NSS) employment-unemployment survey carried out in 2007 2009 and 2011 It asks people what they have done each day of the last week and among others includes two categories: “NREGA work” and “Public works other than NREGA” How do interviewers and respondents tell the difference between the two My experience is that it is difficult: in front of a respondent who had no clue about “Narega kaam” I often ended up asking about “mitti ka kaam” or “sadak ka kaam” Because of this we end up with not one but two numbers to compare official figures to One is probably too low as it counts only the days that have been reported as days of MGNREGS work The other is likely to be too high because it counts employment on all public works including but not limited to the MGNREGS These numbers yield very different estimates of the proportion of MGNREGS days that are “real” For 2011 the first is close to 33 per cent and the second close to 80 per cent Bhalla uses the lower bound while Banerjee uses the higher bound So they come to radically different conclusions There is no simple way to know what the true number is To takeone example in Bihar the numberof public works days in the NSS is higher than the official number of MGNREGS days This is due toan ambitious rural road construction programme that has nothingto do with the MGNREGS In this case the higher bound estimate is clearly too high (no leakages) But the number of MGNREGS daysin the NSS is close to zero Awareness about the MGNREGS is solow in Bihar that workers do not know that they are on an MGNREGS worksite Hence in this case the lower bound is far too low (as it suggests 100 per cent leakage) It is possible to overcome these issues by improving the survey methodology Puja Dutta Rinku Murgai Martin Ravallion and Dominique van de Walle carried out a survey on the MNGREGS in a representative sample of Bihar villages They obtained a list of MGNREGS works from local officials and asked respondents about how much they worked on specific projects They find that 70-80 per cent of MGNREGS employment reported in official data is independently confirmed by their survey However usingthe same method in the NSS would be a formidable challenge Another possible way out would be to compare employment on all public works in the NSS with employment on all public works programmes according to official sources This would allow us to compute an estimate of fake employment inall public works including other national schemes such as the Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana and state schemes such as the Bihar road construction programme Unfortunately this data is not readily available because unlike the MGNREGS most public works programmes involve private contractors and we do not know how much labour they hire This tale of two numbers does not lead to the conclusion that this exercise is useless The government and the public debate needs numbers like cattle need fodder But it is important for the government to know what it is being fed The writer is a research fellow at the Department of Economicsand Nuffield College? 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