By Y. Tsujita
India is likely one of the quickest turning out to be international locations on the earth. even if, excessive monetary progress is observed by means of social stratification and widening monetary disparity among states. This ebook illustrates a few vital facets of underdevelopment and the method through which the underclass is left at the back of by way of concentrating on the country's so much ignored regions.
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