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Millennium Development Goals and North East India

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This book, containing nineteen papers presented in a UGC sponsored national seminar, attempts to examine the status of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in North East India. Taking a close at the issues related to MDGs, the contributors discuss at length the challenges and constraints of achieving the target of MDGs in the region with special focus on health goals. 

Harendra Sinha (b. 1968) obtained his M.A. (Political Science) and Ph.D. degrees from Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam. He is presently working as Associate Professor and Head, Department of Political Science, Government J. Buana College Lunglei, Mizoram. He has authored the books ‘Bureaucracy and Rural Development in Mizoram’, ‘Empowerment of Women in North East India: Socio-Economic Perspectives’ (eds.), published by Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi, ‘Decentralization and Rural Development in North East India’ (eds), ‘Health and Development in North East India’ (ed), ‘Development Constraints in North East India’ (ed) published by Abhijeet Publications, New Delhi, ‘Women in North-east India’ (eds), Akansha Publishing House, New Delhi, Women in Mizo Society (eds), ‘North-east India: Emerging Issues of Development’ (eds), ‘People and Health in North East India’ (ed), Mittal Publications, New Delhi and contributed number of research papers, regularly contributes papers in edited books, national and international journals and present papers at seminars.

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