2 edition of Rural local government in India and South Asia found in the catalog.
Rural local government in India and South Asia
Khanna, B. S.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||JS6970 .K48 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 258 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||98915176|
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South Asia Regional Office. Sustainable Development Unit. ISBN: OCLC. Government in rural India. [Iltija Husain Khan] Aligarh Muslim University and Asia Pub.
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By Sohini Mitter. Sincelocal government in India (bala)takes place in two very distinct forms. Urban localities, covered in the 74th amendment to the Constitution, have Nagar Palika but derive their powers from the individual state governments, while the powers of rural localities have been formalized under the panchayati raj system, under the 73rd amendment to the Constitution.
For the history of traditional local government in India and South Asia. Palanpur, a small village in Uttar Pradesh, India, is a fascinating example of rural transformation. Renowned economists Himanshu, Peter Lanjouw, and Nicholas Stern have evocatively told the story of this village in their eminently readable book – ‘How Lives Change’.
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Decentralization and local government should be strengthened. A link must be established between the governed and the government, and the the Republic of India, the Republic of Maldives, the Federal Democratic Republic ofFile Size: KB.
The rural economy is multi-sectoral and includes not only agriculture but many other dimensions as well such as livestock, fisheries, agro-industry, natural resources, etc. Therefore investments in the rural economy need to be promoted. Such investments are: ethically justified, as a bulk of the poor in South Asia is living in the rural areas.
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This book discusses the forms and dynamics of political processes in rural India with a special emphasis on West Bengal, the nation's fourth-most populous state. West Bengal's political distinction stems from its long legacy of a Left-led coalition government for more than thirty years and its land reform by: 2.
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Through the years, the World Bank has aided the Indian government’s work in this area by supporting many of its rural programs, in addition to helping empower women and other vulnerable groups.
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