By Biswa Swarup Misra (auth.)
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Lately, involved governments, companies and civic teams have introduced formidable programmes of neighborhood improvement designed to halt, or even opposite, many years of city decline. yet whereas significant quantities of attempt and funds are being devoted to enhancing the inner-cities, vital questions have long past unanswered: can group improvement truly support resolve long-standing city difficulties?
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However, only Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Gujarat, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu had SDP growth higher than the group average. 8 per cent. The growth tempo of the high-growth phase could be sustained only in a few states in the post-crisis period as the majority of states witnessed deceleration in growth compared to 2004–8. There was growth acceleration during 2009–12, compared to 2004–8, only in six states – Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Goa and Bihar. However, the SDP growth in Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Haryana, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu was higher than the group average in the post-crisis period.
The act is a potent weapon for checking arbitrariness in governmental decision making, and it contributes to the strength of India as a functional democracy. Bharat Nirman In a bid to improve rural infrastructure in a comprehensive manner encompassing electricity, drinking water, all-weather roads, rural housing, irrigation, telephones and broadband connection, the government launched the Bharat Nirman programme in 2004. 31 lakh kilometres of rural roads have been 20 Revisiting Regional Growth Dynamics in India upgraded; and considerable progress in the provision of safe drinking water has been made as of early 2012.
These are, broadly, the adoption of new economic policy in 1991; the advent of a coalition government at the centre and involvement of regional and smaller parties in governance at the national level; and the move towards taking governance closer to the people through the 73rd and 74th amendments to the constitution, which provide for creation of the three-tier structure of democratic institutions – at the district, block and village levels, and popularly known as the Panchayati Raj System. First, one of the noteworthy developments since the 1990s is support by the successive governments for the process of economic reforms and greater integration of India with the global economy.
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