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Potassic fertilizers Imports Consumption na D. Thousand tonnes 1 2 3 4 P : Provisional generation data up to Originating traffic million tonnes Revenue Earning Goods carried billion tonne km. Revenue Earning Average Lead: all goods traffic Km 6. Passengers Originating million Passengers kilometres billion Average lead : passenger traffic km Average rate per passenger - kilometre paise 1. Coal Raw materials for Steel Plant na Iron ore i for export na 2. Cement 2.

Foodgrains 7. Fertilizers na 1. POL 2. Container Service - i Domestic container na na na na na na 9. Balance other goods Total revenue earning freight traffic Economic Survey Commodity a a a a P a 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1. Raw materials for Steel Plant na 2. Iron ore i for export na na 5. Cement na 2.

Foodgrains 4. Fertilizers na na 3. POL na 2. Container Service - i Domestic container na na na na na na Length of roads Thousand km Total a Length of national highways Thousand km Total a Length of state highways Thousand km Total a na na Number of registered vehicles Thousand All vehicles Revenue tonne-Kilometers Million i Air India 7.

Erstwhile National Aviation Number of passengers carried Lakh i Air India 1.

Crude Oil 1. Refinery throughput 0. Domestic production 0. Imports na 6.

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Petroleum Products 1. Domestic consumption b 3. Domestic production c 0. Imports 3. Exports na na 0. Net Imports na na 0.

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Total Outlay A. Development 1 B. Non-development 1. Defence net 2. Interest payments 3. Tax collection charges 4. Police 5. Others 2 II.

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Current Revenue A. Tax Revenue 1. Income and corporation tax 2. Customs 3. Union excise duties 4. Sales tax 5. Others B. Non-tax Revenue 3 Internal resources of public sector undertakings for the Plan III. Internal net 1.

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Net market loans 4 2. Net small savings 3. Net State and public providend funds 4. Special deposits of non- Government provident funds 0 0 0 0 0 0 5. Special borrowings from RBI na na na na na na na against compulsory deposits 6. Net misc.

External 6 1. Net loans i Gross ii Less repayments 2. Grants 3. Net special credit 0 V. Includes plan expenditure of Railways, Communications and non-departmental commercial undertakings financed out of their internal and extra budgetary resources, including market borrowings and term loans from financial institutions to State Government public enterprises.

Also includes developmental loans given by the Central and State Governments to non-departmental undertakings, local bodies and other parties. Includes general administration, pensions and ex-gratia payments to famine relief only non-plan portion , subsidies on food and controlled cloth, grants and loans to foreign countries and loans for non-developmental purpose to other parties, but excludes Contingency Fund transactions. Includes internal resources of Railways, Communications and non-departmental commercial undertakings for the plan.


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Includes market borrowings of State Government public enterprises. Excludes the notional receipts on account of repayments of loans by non-departmental commercial undertakings due to their conversion into equity capital. It also excludes notional transactions in respect of International Monetary Fund and Contingency Fund transactions.

This is a nominal outlay as it is met by the issue of non-negotiable Government of India securities.

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Economic Survey A47 Table 2. Table 2. Gross traffic receipts i Passenger coaching ii Other coaching iii Goods iv Other earnings 82 v Suspense account 10 50 2. Working expenses i Ordinary working expenses ii Appropriations to depreciation reserve fund iii Appropriation to pension fund 84 3. Net traffic receipts 87 4. Net miscellaneous receipts 40 5. Dividend i Payable to general revenues ii Payment of Deferred Dividend iii Deferred dividend 0 0 iv Net dividend payable 7. BE : Budget Estimates Table 2. Gross receipts 2. Net working expenses 3.

Net receipts 4. Dividend to general revenues 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5. Revenue expenditure of which: a Interest payments b Major subsidies c Defence expenditure 3. Revenue deficit 4. Capital expenditure 6. Fiscal deficit [ a -4 b ] 9. Primary deficit [ a ] Memorandum items a Interest receipts b Non-plan revenue expenditure As Per cent to GDP 1.

Revenue expenditure Revenue deficit 1.

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Capital receipts 3. Capital expenditure 2. Non Debt Receipts Total expenditure Fiscal deficit [ a -4 b ] 2. Primary deficit [ a ] Internal liabilities a Internal debt i Market borrowings ii Others b Other Internal liabilities 2. Amount due from Pakistan on account of share of pre-partition debt 5. Net liabilities Memorandum items a External debt b Total outstanding liabilities adjusted c Internal liabilities Non-RBI d Outstanding liabilities Non-RBI e Contingent liabilities of na na Central Government f Total assets As per cent of GDP 1.

Internal liabilities Finance Accounts. For BE , the Net external assistance in has been added to outstanding stock at end-March Total expenditure II. Gross capital formation out of budgetary resources of Central Government i Gross capital formation by the Central Government ii Financial assistance for capital formation in the rest of the economy III.

Gross saving of the Central Government IV. Draft on foreign savings increase over previous year II. Gross capital formation out of budgetary resources of Central Government Notes : i Gross capital formation in this table includes loans given for capital formation on a gross basis. Consequently domestic capital receipts include loan repayments to the Central Government. In the economic and functional classification, interest transfered to DCUs, loans written off etc, are excluded from the current account. Non-tax Receipts of which Interest Receipts 16, 15, 15, 18, 24, 23, 24, B.

Capital Receipts of which Recovery of Loans and 11, 8, 4, 17, 7, 8, 4, Advances II. Revenue Deficit , 31, -3, , , -3, , IV.