Comments on current Indian economic planning and development prepared for [Capital] Magazine in Calcutta, India. The author notes that the recent fighting with Pakistan has drastically changed the environment of development planning. He suggests several ways India can maximize the beneficial effects of the increased defense expenditures and, at the same time, minimize the competitive effects upon the rest of the economy. 6 pp.
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