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Controlling Tuberculosis

of increase, in as many as 100 districts, of 2.71 per cent. These 100 districts are those in which output grew at more than 3 per cent, thus establishing the "labour suction mechanism". So high a workforce growth rate in so manydistricts, at a time when the national workforce grew only at 1.86 per cent, is very surprising.

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