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Under-Enumeration in Indian Censuses-Impact on Inter-Censal Population Growth 1901-81

Bureau of Economic Research, Columbia University Press, New York. [2] Commerce. June 26, 1982. [3] Dorubusch, R 1980: "Exchange Rate Economics: Where Do We Stand?", Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, No 1, 1980.

Population Scene after 1981 Census

Population Scene after 1981 Census S Mukerji 'INDIAN Population Scene after 1981 Census, A Perspective', by Pravin Visaria and Leela Visaria (Special Number 1981, Volume XVI. Nos 44, 45, 46) is of great interest for the Demographers; and perhaps planners also can gain valuable guidelines from this informative article.

Was There Significant Migration to EasternIndia during 1971-81

This paper attempts to estimate the 1971-81 decadal rate of in-migration and out-migration as well as the volume of such migration for some of the states and union territories in Eastern India where there has been an on-going agitation against the presence of 'foreign nationals'.
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