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State Autonomy for Industrial Development

M V Arunachalam Nehru's vision of a centralised master plan for the economic development of the whole of India is no longer feasible in the face of the hard reality of regional awareness and aspirations. There is, therefore, need today to reorder Centre-State relations with a view to enlarging the autonomy of the States, particularly with regard to industrialisation.

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