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The shift in perishable commodities.
Mechanisms to to form a Department of Comparative focus from a production-centric approach undertake accurate mapping of supply— Religion, it should have taken note of to a more comprehensive approach, in demand scenarios of different agricul- the existence of Catholic and Protestant order to improve input, production, mar- tural commodities across the country, and studies departments and separate centres keting, and value addition of agricultural in different seasons, along with siphon- on studying two prominent sects of produce, is a welcome step.
However, ing and reallocation of surplus produce, Buddhism at premier academic institu- more needs to be done at the grass roots should be put in place for each of the tions in the world. One further wonders to ensure that benefits get accrued to the major commodities.
It may be noted that towards market reforms. But, studies have research institutions throughout the the university follows a far more rigorous indicated that the three prominent stake- country.
Of the five, three sion agents and farmers are not reaping market intelligence. Support from private names are shortlisted by the University the benefits of the new system Nidhi players should also be encouraged. It is a well-established fact that welfare.
Several other social fac- efforts. Besides, agricultural universities large bodies having members from dif- tors also influence the trade. This leads to should focus more on equipping the sys- ferent professions and places. An evaluation take such formidable tasks.
The need of comings of AMU at this time appears selec- study on the efficacy of MSPs on farmers, the hour is to evolve a holistic approach tive, targeted and part of a larger design. Individuals 6, 8, To know more about online access to the archives and how to access the archives send us an email at circulation epw.
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Email: edit epw. On 29 January, gain. Yet, within days the boycott fizzled out. Led some people in Nagaland during elections. Despite being default as had happened in when the Congress party won granted statehood in , the idea of a separate Naga nation practically all seats uncontested. Successive ceasefire agreements between insur- As far as political alliances go in Nagaland, the fluidity of gent groups and the central government brought some semblance choices exceeds anything witnessed in mainland India.
Currently, of peace to the state, but conflict never ended. There is no opposition. Eight Congress legis- were raised that there would be some form of settlement. Yet lators joined DAN in So oddly, both BJP and the Congress the nature of the agreement remains shrouded in mystery till were part of the same alliance. It was the prospect of a settlement formed rival, the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party NDPP , that prompted Naga civil society groups, insurgent groups and a breakaway group led by former chief minister Neiphiu Rio.
Despite this, current chief minister T R Zeliang announced that The outcome of these elections is unlikely to provide any solace his party was not opposed to a post-election alliance with the BJP. Despite there being no paucity of funds, Nagaland Thus you have two regional parties opposed to each other with suffers from acute developmental neglect on a number of fronts, a common national partner and two national parties opposed to most visible in the state of its roads.
It is also evident in the lack each other with a common regional partner. Like most other of that goes into the pockets of the political class that knows the northeastern states, Nagaland is entirely dependent on central dividends of being in power. Regardless of political affiliation, it funds. No elected government can afford to alienate the party is the patronage and wealth linked to power that guides politics.
Yet, while this reality might explain the way politics plays out, it Its members have pushed through a peace process, spoken out does not explain why all parties, even those critical of the ruling about corruption in politics and campaigned for clean elections.
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In these elections, only five women are since It is the questions that civil society groups are rais- contesting. There has not been a single woman elected to the ing within Nagaland that represent the real politics in that state, state legislature, and only one woman elected to Parliament not the election drama that is enacted every few years.
But terms it means casting away the fig leaf of principle and after the first public admission of the secret ardour, India went back embracing the culture of a violent, endless colonialism. It may have the dreamy-eyed Shimon Peres, who still had some credibility as been a way of restoring a balance gone askew since his visit to the simulacrum of a peace process began to be assembled in Israel last July, reciprocated by his Israeli counterpart in January.
By the time it came to planning a prime ministerial visit in , Neither involved the token genuflection towards the Palestinian Israel had already put an end to all pretences.
This also serves as a hedge opportunity for the token visit by a Palestinian dignitary to provide against potentially disruptive events in a highly volatile region. That much is evident from the rather laboured rationali- ings with the beleaguered political leadership of the Palestinian sation given by a former Indian Foreign Secretary Kanwal Sibal, National Authority were given precedence over engagements now with a right-wing think tank that has been a rich source of in Israel.
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Of the five, three sion agents and farmers are not reaping market intelligence. Support from private names are shortlisted by the University the benefits of the new system Nidhi players should also be encouraged. But claims about the potential for nuclear reactor exports multiplied during the debate over the US—India nuclear deal between and , and have continued since then.
Despite being default as had happened in when the Congress party won granted statehood in , the idea of a separate Naga nation practically all seats uncontested. A careful reading of this largely public relations spin on existing plans suggests that it chiefly hopes to persuade the Nuclear Suppliers Group to accept India as a member and attract capital that aims to profit from supplying components for nuclear power plants.
This development will ness? The world of publishing, the world of academia and the world of public debates have all changed dramatically over the last decade or so.
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