By Urlah B. Nissam
India is the world's 12th biggest economic system at industry trade charges and the 3rd greatest in paying for strength. fiscal reforms have reworked it into the second one quickest transforming into huge economic system; besides the fact that, it nonetheless suffers from excessive degrees of poverty, illiteracy, malnutrition and environmental degradation. A pluralistic, multilingual, and multiethnic society, India is additionally domestic to a variety of natural world in various safe habitats. This booklet provides fresh very important matters facing India.
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A recently proposed cooperative framework of a ‘Bay of Bengal Community’ (BOBCOM), with the inclusion of Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia in BIMSTEC, deserves a special mention here: ‘The underlying idea is not to replace SAARC or ASEAN but to have an additional organization, which will bring together India and its southern and eastern neighbors’ (Surayanarayan, 2000: 60). Within such a framework, the littoral states of Southern Asia could cooperate with one another in areas such as exploitation of living and non-living maritime resources, development of maritime communications, shipbuilding, weather forecasting, prevention of pollution, combating maritime terrorism and energy security.
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