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Author: Dennis Kux
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: democracies, estranged, states, united, india
Number of Pages: 537
Published: 1992
ISBN-10: 0788102796
ISBN-13: 9780788102790

An analysis of the entire five-decade relationship between the U.S. & India, including India's close ties with the former Soviet Union. Describes major issues, events, & personalities that have influenced India-U.S. relationships from the Roosevelt Administration through the Bush Administration. 8 maps & photos. Bibliography. Index.
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Author: Council on Foreign Relations
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations
Keywords: india, states, united
Number of Pages: 67
Published: 2011-09-15
ISBN-10: 0876095090
ISBN-13: 9780876095096

This is a joint report from CFR and Aspen Institute India detailing policy recommendations by high-level U.S. and Indian strategists for the U.S.-India relationship.
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Author: Rakesh Wadhwa
Publisher: Rakesh Wadhwa
Keywords: india, overtake, usa, one, god, third, world, made
Number of Pages: 192
Published: 1994
ISBN-10: 8185983046
ISBN-13: 9788185983042

The Thesis Of He Author`S That India Has The Capacity To Overtake The U.S.A. And Hat This Will Happen By The Year 2014. How? That Is What Is The Book Is All Above. Divided Into 3 Parts And 15 Chaptrs. Bookseller Stamp On The First Page. Without Dustjacket.
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Author: India
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: andhra, india, pradesh, government, life, cyclones, march, loss, vishakapatnam, workshop, fao, report, measures, reduce
Number of Pages: 80
Published: 2000-10
ISBN-10: 9251044678
ISBN-13: 9789251044674

Since 1970 over 1.5 million people have died as a result of cyclones in the Bay of Bengal region alone. An FAO Technical Cooperation Project in India designed to improve certain aspects of disaster mitigation was completed at the end of 1999. The experiences gained from this project were discussed at this workshop together with experiences of relevant professionals from India and other countries in the region actively working on cyclone disaster preparedness and management.
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Author: OECD
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: reviews, oecd, policy, investment, india
Number of Pages: 214
Published: 2009-12-04
ISBN-10: 9264076964
ISBN-13: 9789264076969

This review of India's investment policy finds that India has made tremendous progress in building a policy environment to encourage investment. As a result, the country’s economy is growing more rapidly and FDI inflows have accelerated impressively. However, investment remains insufficient to meet India’s needs, particularly in infrastructure. Current efforts to strengthen and liberalise the regulatory framework for investment need to be intensified. India’s well-developed economic legislation should be implemented at an accelerated pace both at national level and right across India’
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Author: K. Alan Kronstadt
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: implications, interests, india, mumbai, attacks, terrorist
Number of Pages: 22
Published: 2009-12
ISBN-10: 1437920365
ISBN-13: 9781437920369

Contents: (1) Introduction; (2) Attack Overview: (a) U.S. Response; (b) Suspected/Accused Culprits: Lashkar-e-Taiba; Suspected Links With Pakistanżs State Apparatus; Indigenous Indian Suspects; (c) Possible Motives; (3) Background: Domestic Indian Terrorism; India-Pakistan Tensions; The Kashmir Issue; (4) Implications for India-Pakistan Relations: New Delhiżs Response; Islamabadżs Response; Outlook for Bilateral Relations; (5) Implications for India: Political Recriminations; Anti-Terrorism Law and Capacity Reform; (6) Implications for Pakistan; (7) U.S. Policy: U.S.-India Relations; U.S.-P
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Author: Anthony R. Measham
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: india, malnutrition, crisis, wasting
Number of Pages: 96
Published: 1999-04-01
ISBN-10: 0821344358
ISBN-13: 9780821344354

"India no longer faces the famine and epidemics which kept life expectancy barely over 30 years at Independence. Despite progress in food production, disease control, and economic and social development, India accounts for 40 percent of the world's malnourished children, with less than 20 percent of the global child population."India has taken the problem of malnutrition seriously since its Independence in 1947, more so than many other countries, and has developed appropriate policies and mounted major programs to address it. This report forms part of the Government of India-World Bank collabo
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