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Disparity in Socio-Economic Development and Its Implications on Communal Conflicts: A Study on India's North-Eastern Region

@article{Neogi2010DisparityIS,
  title={Disparity in Socio-Economic Development and Its Implications on Communal Conflicts: A Study on India's North-Eastern Region},
  author={Debasis Neogi},
  journal={International journal of humanities and social sciences},
  year={2010},
  volume={4},
  pages={259-266}
}
  • Debasis Neogi
  • Published 23 March 2010
  • Economics
  • International journal of humanities and social sciences
India’s North-Eastern part, comprising of seven states, is a lowly developed, tribal population dominated region in India. Inspite of the common Mongoloid origin and lifestyle of majority of the population residing here, sharp differences exist in the status of their socio-economic development. The present paper, through a state-wise analysis, makes an attempt to find out the extent of this disparity, especially on the socio-economic front. It illustrates the situations prevailing in health… 

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