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  2. Devaswom boards in Kerala - Wikipedia

    The Travancore Devaswom Board is an autonomous body formed by the Travancore Cochin Hindu Religious Institutions Act of 1950. Sabarimala is the main income source of the Board, with 255 crore rupees accruing to it from the temple during the previous pilgrimage season. [3] The income from the rest of the temples in Kerala was 57 crore rupees.

  3. Municipalities of Kerala - Wikipedia

    Municipalities of Kerala. Kerala has an urbanisation rate of 47.42%, as compared to the national rate of 31.16%, making it the 2nd most urbanised major state in India. Within Kerala, the rate of urbanisation varied from 3.9% in Wayanad district to 68.1% in Ernakulam district. [1] Municipalities are the urban local governments that deal with ...

  4. Local government in Kerala - Wikipedia

    Local government in Kerala. Kerala is a state on the southwestern coast of India. It is known for its high literacy rate, low infant mortality rate, and long life expectancy. Kerala has also been a pioneer in the field of decentralization and participatory local democracy. In 1994, the Kerala government enacted the Kerala Panchayat Raj Act and ...

  5. Thiruvananthapuram Corporation - Wikipedia

    The corporation was originally (in 1940) divided into 24 wards, covering an area of 30.66 kmĀ². Through the years, the city corporation has grown to 100 wards, and now the Thiruvananthapuram Corporation Council is the second largest democratically elected body in Kerala after the Legislative Assembly. Revenue sources

  6. Thrissur Municipal Corporation - Wikipedia

    Thrissur Municipal Corporation is the second-largest city corporation in the state of Kerala. The city is the only local body and city in Kerala which directly controls power, water supply and solid waste management system in the Thrissur city. For administrative purposes, the city is divided into 55 wards, from which the members of the ...

  7. Taxation in India - Wikipedia

    The tax is collected by the Income Tax Department for the central government. Farmers - who constitute 70% of the Indian workforce - are generally excluded from paying income tax in India. Income tax returns are due in India generally on 31 July, 30 September or 30 November, depending on the category of taxpayer.

  8. Kochi Municipal Corporation - Wikipedia

    Website. kochicorporation .lsgkerala .gov .in. The Kochi Municipal Corporation is the municipal corporation that manages the Indian city of Kochi (also known as Cochin) in the state of Kerala. The Corporation manages 94.88 km 2 of Kochi city and has a population of 677,381 [1] within that area. It is the most densely populated city corporation ...

  9. States With the Highest Property Taxes - AOL

    Michigan ties with New York for the #13 spot, even though the property taxes and home values are quite a bit different, but they both share a 1.38% property tax rate. 12. Rhode Island. Rhode ...