By: Asok Kumar Ray & Sutapa Sengupta
New Delhi, India, Om Publications: 2008
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 103188
Population question in the northeast region assumed critical dimension from the 1950s onward. This happened mainly because of the externally induced demographic growth in this region. Many movements took place in the mean time in the region to address the issue. Yet over the last four decades, this question remained unresolved. From social policy angle, the states of this region exhibited failed state syndrome. This led to both quantitative and qualitative crises of growing population in the region.Population question in the northeast region assumed critical dimension from the 1950s onward. Th... View More...