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Farm People in a Rapidly Changing World

This paper discusses the situation in which farm people find themselves today and the problems that they are likely to face in the next few decades in a rapidly changing world. Attention is drawn particularly to two sets of external factors inducing rapid change: demographic pressures and scientific progress.

Planning without a Policy Frame

a point of view regarding the present working of the Indian economy and the possibility of giving it a definitive direction. It is necessary for the purpose to present a comprehensive and an integrated picture; limits of space make it impossible to do this in full detail. Also, it is not possible to argue each point. Inevitably the note will appear to be full of summary jottings and obiter dicta. An advance apology is tendered for this defect.
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