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By NewsGram Staff Writer

The central government on Wednesday said India’s National Income measured as Net National Income at market prices and Per Capita National Income measured as Per Capita Net National Income at market prices have been increasing during the past three years.

Minister of Statistics and Programme Implementation V.K. Singh unveiled a list of states highlighting this fact in a written reply to the Lok Sabha.

He said the estimates of National Income and Per Capita Income for the current financial year will be released in February 2016.

As per the data, Tamil Nadu clocked the top spot having a per capita income of Rs.128,366 followed by Uttarakhand with Rs.115632.

Uttar Pradesh and Bihar featured on the bottom at Rs. 40,373 and Rs. 36,143 respectively.

(With inputs from IANS)

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King of Saudi Arabia assisting stranded Indian workers: Sushma Swaraj

Some 7,700 Indian workers employed with a company in Saudi Arabia are facing a financial crisis after it shut down and laid off workers

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On August 4, Thursday, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said the King of Saudi Arabia has given instructions to help the thousands of Indian workers stuck in the Gulf kingdom, including giving them free passage back home.
The minister informed the Rajya Sabha that the Saudi King has instructed his officials to resolve the crisis faced by Indians.
“The Saudi King has instructed his officials to solve the problem in two days. General (Retd) VK Singh is there. He met the Labour Minister there on Wednesday, he said instructions have been given to give the Indian worker’s exit visa; they will send them back in their own flights, at their own expense,” Sushma Swaraj toldRajya Sabha.
“They have also permitted that those who are found suitable may be given another job,” she said.

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Regarding the dues of workers, the minister said: “Every worker will file their claim with the labour office, and the claims will be settled even after they come back.”

She also said the Saudi administration was arranging for providing food and other assistance to the camps where Indians were lodged.
Prime minister Narendra Modi meets business leaders in Saudi Arabia. Image source: www.governancenow.com
Prime minister Narendra Modi meets business leaders in Saudi Arabia. Image source: www.governancenow.com
“Besides, they offered to arrange for medical care, food, and sanitation in the camps where Indians are,” she said.
The minister thanked the Saudi King for the assistance.
She said: “I want to thank Saudi rulers on behalf of India and the House. I also thank the Prime Minister. This is happening because of the relations he made during his visit to Saudi Arabia.”

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The leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad also welcomed the move. “This is a very good thing. we must thank them on behalf of people of India,” he said.

Some 7,700 Indian workers employed with a company in Saudi Arabia are facing a financial crisis after it shut down and laid off workers. Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh is in Riyadh to sort out the problem, including arranging to bring back those workers who want to return. (IANS)

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