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TO CHOOSE OUR FUTURE

Since its independence in 1947, India has made enormous progress. More people than ever before have longer, healthier and more fulfilling lives. Rapid gains in agriculture, industry, energy production and infrastructure have brought the benefits of modern science to a large segment of the population. Yet India also has more people who are poor, hungry and deprived than ever before. Presented in highly illustrative style, using plenty of infographics, To Choose Our Future offers alternative development strategies for India to build a more prosperous, vibrant and sustainable future.



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2015

Ashok Khosla
Academic Foundation
ISBN 9789332703049

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