Problems of India’s Development


This Report deals with three different components namely: Political and Social Aspects of Development, Application of Technology for Development and Secularism and Social Transformation. The Report contains the proceedings of three seminars organised by the Social Affairs Group of the India International Center on the problems of India’s development. The importance of the Report chosen, namely problems of development, hardly needs to be emphasized. Development is a matter on which not merely the well-being but the very existence of our polity depends. The Report will be brought together acknowledged thinkers and scholars with journalists, social activists and retired bureaucrats.

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