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Foreign Policy Platitudes

is progress comparatively tardy, disparities are becoming more glaring. The wheat revolution for instance, has, not touched the state and the yield per acre is little more than half the national average. On the other hand, credit and other facilities have been used mostly by the rich farmers and the orchard owners, who are also exempt from agricultural income-tax and are more affluent than the erstwhile zamindars who were dispossessed in 1950.

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