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POLITICS-Passing Euphoria

POLITICS-Passing Euphoria

thus pointing to a decline in real terms. Again, while much has been made of the larger release of funds by the central government for education and health programmes, the fact is that central expenditure under these heads constitutes a small proportion of the total expenditure of the centre and stales together less than 25 per cent in health and about 10 per cent in education. The increases in the states' expenditure in nominal terms on education were 9.8 per cent in 1991-92, 15.3 per cent in corresponding increases in health expenditures

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