India, with its distinctive demographic dividend, enormous market potential and rising disposable income, is on its way to becoming a major economic force in the world. However, this would definitely be a formidable task and would call for proactive actions as the competition from its regional counterparts, especially countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Pakistan, is ever increasing. Over the past three-four decades, India has fared reasonably well in areas like information and technology, power, urbanisation, education, agriculture and defence. Yet, one element that is conspicuous ...
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