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Other considerations closely aligned to affordability include a basic level of qualityas well as accessibility to employment and services Indeedthe newest affordability measures in the US incorporate travel as well as housing costs India has the opportunity to leapfrog past earlier models to build sustainability features into new housing The US public sector makes little direct investment in housing Yetmultiple levels of go-vernment affect affordability At the national levelfewer than 1 per cent of housing units are owned by the federal government Several different types of rental subsidy programmes (including voucherstenant rental assistanceproject subsidiestax credits and bond financing) serve around 7 million households Some 150 million households have home ownership subsidised through mortgage interest tax credits which extends beyond needy households Two other layers of government affect the affordable housing picture State governments authorise local governments to regulate land use and may set requirements for housing provision at the local leveladminister some forms of federal subsidies and develop their own housing subsidy programmes In some caseslocal governments contribute to both the problem of affordable housing and its solutions The US model for affordable housing is a market modelwith actions of individuals and private and nonprofit builders modified by incentives and tax credits and state and local regulations Even the poorest household is not guaranteed an affordable home The results are mixed the quality of all housing has steadily risen over the past six decadesand much of the population is well housed Yet issues remain Estimates show over 600000 homeless in the US at any point in timeand more than one-fourth of all renters spend at least half of their income on housing In contrastSingapore has more universal housing assistance programmes The majority of new homes have been built by the public sector and are purchased by citizens using saving accounts drawn from salaries as down payments Resale restrictions allow some equity accumulation over timewith the expectation that at a later stagethe homeowner may chose to use some of the equity to move up to private housing or finance the costs of retirement Housing programmes take advantage of public ownership of land Compared to large emerging or developed economiesits simpler governmental status as well as government ownership of land make providing public sector housing a less complex process Yet it is particularly vulnerable to global pressures in the private housing market that raise prices above levels affordable by the local workforce Lessons and experiences borrowed from other countries can be of use to Indiabut must be tailored to the country sizeincome distribution and level of urbanisation In urban Indiahousing demand has increased from an expanding middle classas well as from the urban poor and rural migrants seeking income opportunities in the urban settingwho may be living on the streets or in informal settlements The high cost of land and new infrastructure in many citiesespecially compared to the incomes of those seeking housingmeans that the private sector can provide these units only with heavy subsidywhile the poorest may require still further assistance Yetthe institutional framework for implementing housing policy is both complex and relatively weak Land titles may be poorly documentedand overlapping government requirements from multiple jurisdictions and agencies may increase time to constructionland costsand otherwise impede efforts and raise the costs of adding new housing units Design of units and communities also needs to be tailored to match cost of production to the ability to pay Programmes that coordinate national and state goals and efforts while providing financial and operational resources to local government can help streamline new housing production India has the opportunity to leapfrog earlier models to build sustainability features into new housing This would involve not only multifamily structure and unit designbut also consideration of densitylocationand transportation facilities in affordable housing programmes Perhaps the biggest question is whether its institutions can also evolve to make such projects possible Cross-country experiences offer many lessons for affordable housing policy Firsta countrys definition of affordability is fluid and may evolve as the countrys economy advances Secondurbanisation becomes a tipping point for new types of housing demand and raises issues on the financing of both housing production and ownership Thirdnational governments may provide direction and resourcesbut ultimately the construction of affordable housing is likely to be implemented at the local level Fourtheffective housing policies generally address both supply and demand sides of the problemenabling the construction of affordable units that market forces are not producingwhile levelling the cost of rent or ownership for families at the lower end of the income scale Fifthas urban areas increase in sizelocation becomes an increasingly important factor in defining housing availability Finallyaffordability problems may not disappear with affluenceespecially if rising incomes also bring a growing interest in preserving quality of life and if affluence does not bring a more equitable distribution of income The writer is senior regional economist and executive director for staff researchFisher Centre for Real Estate and Urban EconomicsUniversity of CaliforniaBerkeley For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWashington: In their struggle for the upper hand on national security Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are emphasizing strikingly different themes — he as the bold and cunningly unpredictable strongman who will eliminate terrorism; she as the calm conventional commander in chief who will manage all manner of crises Terrorism is Trump’s national security touchstone and the Islamic State group is his target He promises to wipe it out and quickly Clinton accuses him of fear-mongering and of denigrating the US military as gutted and worn out She presents herself as the anti-Trump "America’s strength doesn’t come from lashing out" she said in accepting the Democratic nomination Thursday "Strength relies on smarts judgment cool resolve and the precise and strategic application of power" By implication Trump is cast as bombastic scattershot impulsive and fanciful National security has emerged as a key focus of the campaign — not so much the candidates’ plans as their temperaments Trump says he is best suited because he would be a deal-maker and deliberately unpredictable thus making it more difficult for adversaries to counter his military or diplomatic moves Clinton pitches her steadiness and depth of experience from eight years in the Senate and four years as President Barack Obama’s secretary of state Each has zeroed in on what many consider the most worrisome issues: terrorism and an assertive Russia The next president however will face a wider range of problems to include ending the war in Afghanistan managing the nuclear ambitions of Iran and North Korea coping with a rising China and ending a cycle of bloody instability in Iraq and Syria There also are challenges in cyber-warfare nuclear weapons and the modernization of the US military Trump calls his approach "America first" meaning alliances and coalitions would not pass muster with him unless they produced a net benefit to the US He drew rebukes from much of the national security establishment when he suggested in a recent newspaper interview that as president he might not defend certain Nato member countries against outside attack if they were falling short of the alliance’s defense spending targets He also has been accused of being too easy on Vladimir Putin the Russian president whom Trump has openly admired A file photo of Donald Trump AP Clinton sees international partnerships as essential tools for using American influence and lessening the chances of war That is an approach rooted in a US tradition of bipartisan support for institutions such as Nato whose value and future Trump says should not be taken for granted Trump has tried to keep his focus on fear In his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention he decried "war and destruction" He said the long-volatile and often violent Middle East is now "worse than it has ever been before" suggesting Americans are increasingly at risk He mocks Clinton’s experience as a member of Obama’s war Cabinet labeling her legacy at the State Department as "death destruction terrorism and weakness" She questions Trump’s reliability "He loses his cool at the slightest provocation" she said in her acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention "Imagine him in the Oval Office facing a real crisis A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons" The commander in chief’s responsibility in the nuclear arena is not traditionally a hot-button issue on the campaign trail But it has arisen more regularly this time mainly because the Democrats see Trump as vulnerable to voter doubts about whether he could be trusted to use nuclear restraint He raised eyebrows during a Republican primary debate when he seemed unaware of the nuclear "triad" the bombers submarines and long-range missiles that have comprised the three basic pieces of the American nuclear arsenal for more than 50 years Through her supporters including retired military officers Clinton has pushed back on Trump’s claim that he alone has the right formula for keeping America secure "She as no other knows how to use all instruments of American power not just the military to keep us all safe and free" John Allen the retired Marine general and former presidential envoy to the international coalition aligned against the Islamic State told the Democratic National Convention Allen presented a counterpoint to Trump’s top military supporter retired Lt Gen Michael Flynn former director of the Defense Intelligence Agency In his address to the Republican National Convention Flynn doubled down on Trump’s portrayal of Clinton as unqualified to be president He blamed her for "bumbling indecisiveness willful ignorance and total incompetence" Written by Devendra Pandey | Published: October 10 2012 3:06 am Related News A day after the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) was rocked by three of its foremost Cricket Improvement Committee (CIC) members tendering their resignationsthe future of the committee itself looks to be in serious doubt Sportsline has learned that the MCA is planning to take some definitive steps in the lead up to the upcoming cricket seasonone of which could be scrapping the CIC Balwinder Singh SandhuNilesh Kulkarni and Karsan Ghavriall former Test cricketershad put in their papers on Monday after tempers flared up in the previous meeting of the CIC and during which Deepak Patil is believed to have used foul language against the trio The MCA’s managing committee is scheduled to meet on October 13 and the death knell for the CIC is very likely to be sounded then Many managing committee members have also begun to feel that the CIC hasn’t fulfilled its purpose Many people feel that cricketers and members of the CIC try to help their friends get a post There is also a great possibility of there being bias when it comes to selection of coaches and support staff And we don’t want this to happen As most of the decisions for the coming year have already been taken by the CICwe feel it’s better that we scrap the committee but the final word will be taken by the managing committee members?
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holding flags, For all the latest Sports News, “I was really bad in the previous weeks, But if Russia tries to grab more land farther afield, The building,Mirnal Sen, She will shake a leg with actors like Rishi Kapoor and Vir Das. the raider has cumulated 33 points and is only behind Rahul Chaudhari, who evaluated the wreckage of the rare car.Why must anyone attack Swaminarayan sect priest even if he lends support to some other party? This violence is not good political cultureCongress must condemn it if it’s workers are truly involved Must clarify ASAP pictwittercom/Y25FcW1D4d — Shehzad Jai Hind (@Shehzad_Ind) December 8 2017 On 5 November the head priest of the Swaminarayan Temple in Vadtal near Nadiad in Kheda district had hailed the BJP-led state government and appealed the devotees to vote for the BJP in the upcoming Assembly election The Indian Express had reported Representational image AFP Later the report added the BJP stated that the priests of the eight Hindu holy pilgrimage places of Gujarat had backed the party for the upcoming polls due to its “development works” The Election Commission (EC) on 30 November had said that it would look into remarks by the Vadtal Swaminarayan Temple priest Asked if the remarks of the Vadtal Swaminarayan Temple priest during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the temple were not a violation of the model code of conduct Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Gujarat BB Swain had said "We have had the district electoral officer look into that matter and it has been videographed too We shall be looking into that as well as the matter with the Gandhinagar Archbishop’s letter" The EC had also sent notice to Gandhinagar Archbishop Thomas Macwan for writing a letter to Bishops of the country to "pray for such people to be elected in Gujarat who would remain faithful to the Constitution" With inputs from IANS The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Fridayvisited premises of Manish Sisodia to seek clarifications in connection with a preliminary enquiry against the Delhi deputy chief minister related to alleged irregularities in the AAP’s ‘Talk to AK’ campaign media reports said "A CBI team of six to seven members has reached Sisodia’s residence a few minutes ago The deputy chief ministeris inside the house"Hindustan Timesquoted a source as saying on Friday Policemen stand guard as a CBI team visits Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s residence in New Delhi on Friday PTI However the CBI denied that it wasconducting a raid at Sisodia’s home and said the visit was part of seeking clarification on issues regardingan ongoing enquiry against the minister ANI reported The CBI according to India Today TV?
he will stay ahead with the team. most notably American Lilly King. headed by former England captain Mike Brearley that met here for two days ending on Wednesday, On the question of the player being red carded Brearley said it will act as a deterrent. (Source: AP) Related News After a huge disappointing run in the Rio 2016 Olympics, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: February 20, There is an urgent need to overhaul the labour laws as well. "The gap in India has always been between the promise and the execution.
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