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In the Mahatma's name: the NREGA


Enabled by a specific law, the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme is making progress - although problems remain to be sorted out.





I am happy about the naming of the scheme MGNREGS angain apriciate to Rahul Gandhi . he will provide many eploiyement and provide to labour so thank to you sir

from:  Pranesh Mahaboonagardist AP
Posted on: Aug 30, 2010 at 13:32 IST

Well first of all "Hi" to all the readers of this wonderful newspaper.
There is this saying which goes like"a true leader is one who believes and respects his decision".And looking at Rahul,he,sure looks like one.i think India is at it's most crucial phase right now. Developing cities doesn't mean a developed state. In fact it creates a sense of inequality ,which can lead to disastrous consequenes.(Andhra Pradesh is best example of that.)I feel NREGA is a great program to give self respect to poor of this wonderful country.If Rahul Gandhi lives upto even half of what he pledged to,he will go down in history as the man who "Actually Made India". Good luck Bro...

from:  Ripu Daman Singh
Posted on: Dec 26, 2009 at 23:13 IST

What an amazing way to enable the already existing schemes(NREGA) to the masses.I appreciate Rahul for taking things in his own hands.If he is able ensure 100% delivery of what is claimed.I am sure that this will go down in history as the most significant step in the upliftment of the downtroden.I also want to commend The Hindu for the truth must prevail kind of journalism. Keep up the good work. Let the schemes helping our fellow Indian be the part of page 1 of your esteemed newspaper.

from:  Kunal Bhaskar
Posted on: Dec 4, 2009 at 15:07 IST

I am happy about the naming of the scheme after the Father of the Nation, Gandhi. In Fact the DMK Govt should be requested to rename the medical insurance scheme after the Mahatma. I admire Rahul for his simple approach based on Mahatma's non-violence thinking.

from:  S.A.Alagarsamy
Posted on: Oct 22, 2009 at 19:57 IST

'THE HINDU' is really contributing to enlighten the masses about NREGA making people to think on individual level that increase in efficiency of implementation can be brought about by step by step through reforms. It would be really good if we could also get information about implementation and percentage success of NREGA in each state.

from:  itesh tanwar
Posted on: Oct 21, 2009 at 14:10 IST

Thanks to The Hindu for its consistent coverage on NREGA. What would be useful is to provide a statistical summary of the NREGA - perhaps using diagrams/graphs - and what it has done so far. Maybe a state-by-state picture could be provided.

Thank you,
Rohan Nair.

from:  Rohan H Nair
Posted on: Oct 17, 2009 at 18:23 IST

It is heartening to see 'The Hindu' give significant and consistent focus to NREGA which taps into our nation's rural potential and productivity.

from:  Senthil Rajan
Posted on: Oct 14, 2009 at 19:11 IST
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