India has over 29 states and 7 union territories. In this video, I discuss which is the best state in India based on ten different factors analysing the overall development.
Human Development Index
Multi-dimensional Poverty Index
Ease of doing Business
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Using the same data, the following 5 states would come in the top 5 along with the one I mentioned as the best above.
Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Himachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Punjab.
One more mistake: Ease of doing business rank of Andhra Pradesh & Telangana is no.1 as of 2016. Gujarat was no.1 in 2015
U P is the best state, if not then ask Yogiji, He is giving sermon to everyone in Karnataka Election about his state. He encountered every opponents and send them to hell/heaven, because he is the sole agent of that place awarded by the God.
I am Assamese. I don't want to compare anything but I have a strong belief that south Indian people's are broad minded and good human beings and I love Kerala and Tamil Nadu( not related to the video actually)
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Current Dividend Preference.
Participating Preferred Stock.
Convertible Preferred Stock.
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