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Reverse Brain Drain

Half-Full or Half-Empty? "INDIA is changing fast, but not fast enough'' observes The Economist, London (February 22-28, 1997). In a comprehensive and reflective survey of the economic, social and political developments since independence in 1947, Robert Clive finds the political developments notable and says, "India's democracy for all its faults is real... Built in one of the world's poorest, most populous and most socially divided countries". He sternly reminds readers, however, of glaring failures in economic and social progress, particularly in education (schooling) and eradication of poverty.

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