Rural-Urban Nexus Policy and Urban Poverty: A Comparative Analysis of India and China
-Dr. S.S.A. Jafri,Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow
According to Census 2001, India’s population was 1048.6 million and China’s population was 1280.4 million, which were 2nd and 1st among the countries of the world, respectively. Approximately India has about one-third land under cultivation when China has only one-tenth.
Rural-Urban Nexus Policy and Urban Poverty: A Comparative Analysis of India and China
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