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Minority Segment in Indian Polity-A Further Comment

vices in India can only be gained when such community participation is realised. Notes [The research on which this paper is based was carried out while the author held a post-doctoral fellowship from the Indo-US Sub-Commission on Education and Culture at the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro- sciences, Bangalore. Support for relevant fieldwork was provided by the University of Edinburgh (1974-76) and the Indo-US Sub-Commission (1978-79). The planning of Project Community Diagnosis was facilitated by a US Public Health Service Award (1977-78) and MPH training in the Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins University.

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