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Right to Work? it was found that most people in rural Bihar had heard about the MGNREGA but most were unaware of their rights and entitlements under the scheme Women were especially ill-informed about these matters Given that about half the adults in rural Bihar are illiterate an entertaining movie made sense as an information intervention to try to inform people about the scheme The setting and movie we produced for this purpose are described in Right to Work and you can see the movie on my website economicsandpovertycom The movie was tailored to Bihar’s specific context Professional actors performed in an entertaining and emotionally engaging story-based plot whose purpose was to provide information on how the scheme works who can participate and how to go about participating The storyline was centred on a temporary migrant worker returning to his village from the city to see his wife and baby daughter He learns that there is work available in the village under the MGNREGA even though it is the lean season so he can stay there with his family and friends rather than return to the city to find work It was intended that the audience would identify strongly with the central characters With the aim of promoting better knowledge about the scheme in this setting the movie was randomly assigned to sampled villages with a control group not receiving the movie Knowledge about the scheme was assessed in both treatment and control villages Residents were encouraged to watch the movie but not of course compelled to do so Some watched it and some did not The movie was found to be successful in enhancing knowledge about the scheme In a new paper “Social Frictions to Knowledge Diffusion” written with Arthur Alik-Lagrange I have used the movie to identify key aspects of how knowledge is shared within villages The paper shows how such an information campaign can throw light on how new knowledge spreads within villages It studies the impacts of knowledge and the channel of that impact — notably whether it was purely through the direct effect of watching the movie or whether it was through knowledge-sharing within villages While we find robust evidence of knowledge-sharing the knowledge diffusion process within villages is far weaker for disadvantaged groups defined in terms of caste landholding literacy or consumption poverty For poor people the direct effect of watching the movie is all that really matters to learning about the MGNREGA In the main it is the non-poor who learn from knowledge-sharing There is also some indication of negative spillover effects for illiterate and landless households suggesting the strategic spread of misinformation More knowledge about public programmes like the MGNREGA does not assure an effective public response on the service supply side The movie worked quite well in enhancing knowledge but the supply-side response was still poor Right to Work also documents a number of specific fixable deficiencies in the responsiveness of the MGNREGA in Bihar to the needs of poor people There is no denying that efforts are needed to improve the access of poor people to knowledge about public services that can help them But these new research findings also suggest that such efforts need to be directly targeted to poor groups rather than relying on prevailing processes of knowledge diffusion which may simply reflect and reinforce existing inequities The writer former director of the World Bank’s research department is Edmond D Villani Chair of Economics at Georgetown University Washington DC For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: May 31 2017 4:02 am Officials said the flight could start operating earlier as well Express Related News AN AIR INDIA flight from Chandigarh to Bangkok has appeared in the winter schedule of Chandigarh International Airport According to the schedule the flight would operate from October Officials however said the flight could start operating earlier too Air India has already announced the direct flight to Bangkok from Chandigarh Chairman-cum-Managing Director (CMD) of Air India Ashwani Lohani had said that the flight would start in the first week of June But it failed to take off Airport sources told Chandigarh Newsline on Tuesday that the Bangkok flight has appeared in the winter schedule “Air India has been given the slot…it starts in October” said a senior airport official He however said that inclusion of the flight in the winter schedule does not mean that the flight cannot start earlier as well Chandigarh airport CEO Sunil Dutt said details of the Bangkok flight have been added to the October schedule “But it could start prior to the given date or after as well” he said The Air India counsel has told the Punjab and Haryana High court that the airline was making serious efforts to start the flight sooner The new terminal of Chandigarh International Airport was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2015 But international flights began operating from the airport last year only At present two international flights are operating from the airport For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by K Natwar Singh | Updated: November 14 2014 9:59 am Nehru marked the 20th century with his presence Related News Jawaharlal Nehru’s two speeches “A tryst with destiny” and “The light has gone out” are famous What is not known is the statement Nehru made at his trial in Gorakhpur on November 4 1940: “It is not me that you are seeking to judge and condemn but rather hundreds of millions of the people of India and that is a large task even for a proud empire Perhaps it may be that though I am standing before you in my trial it is the British Empire itself that is on its trial before the bar of the world Individuals count for little they come and go as I shall go when my time is up Seven times I have been tried and convicted by British authority in India and many years of my life lie buried within prison walls An eighth time or ninth and a few more years make little difference But it is no small matter what happens to India and her millions of sons and daughters That is the issue before me and that ultimately is the issue before you Sir” Here is superb English An unseemly debate is taking place — who was the greater man Nehru or Patel Both were great On August 15 1947 Nehru was three months short of his 58th birthday Patel was 72 He passed away on December 15 1950 He was 75 Granted he would have been a better PM than Nehru The fact remains that he died in December 1950 Who would have succeeded him Inevitably Nehru Nehru was certainly a great man What are the criteria for calling a man great Isaiah Berlin the Oxford philosopher gave this definition: “To call someone a great man is to claim that he has intentionally taken a large step beyond the normal capacities of men in satisfying or materially affecting central human interests… permanently and radically alters the outlook and values of a significant body of human beings” Nehru passes the test with flying colours Nehru marked the 20th century with his presence He radically altered the outlook and values of many people in India and all over the colonial world The “weapons” he used were truth decency and sincerity Nehru idealist though he was had an acute sense of reality and an appreciation of the values of our heritage Nehru read history wrote history and made history But history has been unkind to him All the ills of contemporary India are attributed to him The unkindest cut of all is that he was responsible for Partition This is cant Sardar Patel Rajaji and Rajendra Prasad were equally responsible This is a historical fact and the truth Another historical fact is never mentioned Nehru’s first 14-member cabinet included six non-Congressmen — BR Ambedkar Syama Prasad Mookerjee John Mathai Baldev Singh Shanmukham Chetty and CH Bhabha The surprising inclusion was that of Ambedkar who had been a severe critic of Gandhi and the Congress for 25 years Gandhi made sure that Ambedkar joined the cabinet Nehru laid the foundation of a nation-state that would be democratic secular and pluralistic He wanted to build a just India by just means He built dams steel and fertiliser plants He made the eastern part of India accessible He worked 16 hours a day He sat in the Lok Sabha every day during its sittings He raised the level of the national political dialogue Nehru did not delegate His selected works run into 58 volumes each more than 500 pages He would have saved a lot of time and labour if he had only delegated As external affairs minister he replied and wrote to our ambassadors and high commissioners — something a joint secretary could do Nehru was a poor judge of men The glaring examples are the “whining” Krishna Menon and “insufferable” MO Mathai Both were “shady” individuals but totally trusted by Nehru who gave them the benefit of doubt About Mathai S Gopal the sympathetic biographer of Nehru wrote “He exercised vast and irregular power… Nehru was informed that Mathai could not account for his great wealth and without doubt had received from the CIA as well as from businessmen in India It can be safely assumed that from 1946 to 1959 the CIA had access to every paper passing through Nehru’s secretariat” [Emphasis added] Nehru was not a great external affairs minister Prime ministers should not become foreign ministers Nehru made two foreign policy blunders — Kashmir and China He internationalised a purely domestic matter by taking the Kashmir issue to the UN Security Council under Chapter Six of the UN Charter He should have gone to the UNSC under Chapter Seven which addresses itself to aggression Nehru also promised a plebiscite It took the IFS 15 years to get rid of this absurdity The role of Mountbatten was pernicious The governor-general kept the king and British Prime Minister Clement Attlee informed He did not use the MEA cipher He went to the UK’s high commission to send messages to London without informing Nehru On China too Nehru faltered badly I have no doubt that for the border dispute there is no solution in the near future China practices realpolitik We do not The writer is a former minister of external affairs For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News By: Tech Desk | Updated: January 16," the IJU said in a statement. said Arvind Chandra,s chemistry dept gets Rs 4. 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