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Human Rights Tribunal-Stirring the Judiciary

February 14, 1987 existence of a significant demand for its services from industry. Indian industry started out by importing a large part of its technological needs and seems to have more or less remained in that position over time. While countries such as Japan and the USSR also imported a large proportion of their technological needs in the early stages of their industrial development, this technology was actively assimilated, adapted, modified and fitted into a system of developing domestic technological activity. Import of technology supported local technological development in these countries, while in India, at a corresponding stage of its development, imported technology has largely substituted for local technological development. The absence of local adaptation and modification has inhibited the development of local technological activities and frustrated the emergence of linkages between local R and D and industry.

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