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Meat Potential of India

Government in India". 13 D F Karaka's "Betrayal in India" 20 reflects this mood of the times. For a more satirical commentary see, Vigheneswara, sotto voce, 14 Tile Indian planning experiment no doubt drew some of the best for21 eign economists for research and the prevailing joke was that a leading economist had to be Hungarian- born and associated with Indian planning. This was an important factor in raising Indian research standards first in Economics 22 and later in other social sciences.

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