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Why do the central states of India generally have lower Human Development Indexes?

One very primary reason is the difficulty in administration. these states were improperly designed, not based on ease of administration. UP is practically impossible to govern by a single CM. Its ...
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Why does the Indian government seem reluctant to appoint a new CDS?

However, the government doesn't seem to be eager to appoint the next CDS. Why is this? Because of two reasons: It was a political decision to create a new post and to appoint Gen. Bipin Rawat as the ...
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Why do the central states of India generally have lower Human Development Indexes?

(Source) The low HDI region in Northern India has comparative advantage within India in agriculture with Fertile Crescent crops and Indian rice. And, so there is been less pressure for this region to ...
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Why do the central states of India generally have lower Human Development Indexes?

If you had a map of any other country, such as USA, China, Russia and even Belgium or Montenegro, you will mostly see the same pattern: Regions in proximity of a sea and having good ports are ...
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Generally speaking, what is the basis on which a national language for a country is chosen?

It has been said that Language is a dialect with an army and a navy. Although no general rules exist for how official languages are chosen for a country, there are several obvious considerations: The ...
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