2 edition of Disparities in the pace and form of agricultural and rural development found in the catalog.
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The planning in independent India has also not been able to remove these disparities. For Hispanics, an ethnic group among which there is substantial heterogeneity by country of origin, many data sources report health outcomes for the entire population, despite evidence for within-group variation on important outcomes such as HIV.
It has been linked to suicidal ideation, substance abuse, PTSD, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and impaired mental and cognitive functioning ;. Unlike rest of Maharashtra, Marathwada did not enjoy the contingencies of democracy and capitalist modernisation along with British colonial rule; rather it had to continuewithin the framework of a community based on caste and religion Tambe 2004: 686. Moreover, these institutions are setting up Technical Consultancy Organisations TCOs to provide technical consultancy services to these prospective industrial units of backward areas at cheaper rates.
Historically the state is divided into four main regions, namely, Konkan, Marathwada, Vidarbha and western Maharashtra WM. 63 for the country as a whole. For example, the National Latino and Asian American Study, while limited to one administration, provided previously unavailable but highly valuable data on Hispanic and Asian populations.
Department of Housing and Urban Development across all states estimated 47,725 homeless veterans in 2015 and 39,471 homeless veterans in 2016, a decrease of 17. Economic infrastructure refers to power, transportation and communication facilities.
Balanced regional development has always been an essential component of the Indian development strategy. We use China's regional panel data set and the system generalized method of moments.
The educated and urban-based Brahmins of WMdominated politics in the state in collaboration with these industrial and business elites. The Continuous Rise of WMAfter 1960, the introduction of community development pro-grammes and the panchayati raj system, along with cooperatives provided opportunity structures and encouraged the Maratha-Kunbi elites of WM to increasingly participate in state politics.
Differences in the ability to take advantage of growth can arise from disparities among population groups in their access to resources such as land, education and labour markets.
This paper analyses inter-state variations in agricultural labour productivity, sources of labour productivity growth.
Accordingly, the share of these states in the total plan outlay had increased from 46 per cent in the First Plan to 51 per cent in the Third Plan and then to 54 per cent in the Fifth Plan. Limited timely access to a health care provider, poor management of chronic disease, and limited subspecialty availability are very real concerns for rural communities. The overlay of gender with rural residence confers additional disadvantages to rural women, who face more obstacles to accessing education than rural men or women in urban areas and have lower levels of ownership and control of assets including landless access to paid employment and lower access to public services.
Despite these legal rights, the current state of health among this population is starkly worse than its counterparts in large part due to historical and legal contexts and the subsequent conditions of Native American communities.
Infant gestational age, which is an important predictor of morbidity and infant mortality, differs among racial and ethnic groups. However,WM emerged as the centre of Maratha-Brahmin domi-nance during the rule of Shivaji Lele 1990; Sirsikar 1995.
The Marathas joined the Satyasodhak Samaj and other non-Brahmin organisations to spearhead anti-Brahmin agitations. Yet more equitable and inclusive rural development does not occur naturally or in isolation of wider national trends.
The high prevalence of HIV in this population means that any member of this population who engages in HIV-risk behaviors has an elevated risk of acquiring it.
Until recently, LGBT populations were excluded from many of the rights and social advantages of our society and were routinely targeted for hate crimes.
The Office of Management and Budget OMB is currently undertaking a review of the current classifications for race and ethnicity and has issued a call for comments, including on the salience of the terminology used for race and ethnicity classifications and other language in the standard.