Next week will mark three decades since the Narasimha Rao government assumed office and set in motion radical reforms that changed the direction and speed of the Indian economy. But after 30 years, the most important task, economically and from the welfare angle, is to get people back to work, and to promote job-intensive activities. It has not been done for the last 30 years, or the previous 30. The fate of the next 30 years hinges on this issue, writes T N Ninan
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First Published: Sat, June 19 2021. 06:30 IST