Andaman and Nicobar Islands Development Report

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Academic Foundation, 2008 M01 1 - 248 pages

Providing independent, quality reference documents, this report highlights issues related to the development priorities of the islands and looks to the future in areas such as health, education, tribal development, environment, agriculture, ports, and shipping and air connectivity. The analysis also suggests a long-term plan to restore the livelihoods adversely affected by the Tsunami in December 2004, and it serves as a useful reference to stimulate informed debate on the policy issues faced by the Union Territory.

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Financial Position and Outlook
Shipping and Maritime Services
Human Development

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Planning Commission, Government of India, is the part of the government of India entrusted with drawing out extensive five-year plans for the country's development and plays a crucial role in the planning and policy-making process.

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