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EUROPEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY-Lessons of Common Agricultural Policy

 At the same time, it is increasingly being recognised all around that some formula would have to be evolved which would assuage the middle; class sentiments of the Andhra districts and not disturb the present middle class calm in the Telengana districts. This could be done by doing away with domicile requirements as far as entry into educational institutions and state government jobs are concerned in the Hyderabad- Secunderabad complex. Development boards with statutory powers could be established for Rayalaseema as well as the backward areas of the delta districts. Jobs at a lower level could be provided on a district-cum-zonal basis more or less along the lines of what now obtains in Maharashtra. A central university could be set up in Hyderabad so as to ensure that the abolition of the domicile requirement does not mean any curtailment of existing facilities for the people of the Telengana districts. At any rate, instead of each side issuing statements resembling a great deal the conversation of the deaf, some kind of dialogue should begin around all these issues.

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