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By D. Narasimha Reddy,Srijit Mishra

This quantity presents a finished research of the macro- and micro-level concerns linked to agrarian misery. It analyses structural, institutional, and coverage adjustments, highlighting the failure of public help method in agriculture. The problem manifests itself within the type of deceleration in progress and misery of farmers. The case experiences from Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and Punjab convey out the range of stipulations wide-spread within the states.

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