A rural economy without rural development is a recipe for disaster

RANGOON: It is a tale of two cities, one of them in the middle of the world and the other in the midst of it.

While the former is a multi-billion dollar, sprawling metropolis with a population of around 4.5 million, the other is a city of less than 1 million.

The second city has built its infrastructure and its infrastructure has been designed by the local government to cater to the needs of the people who live there.

The Rangde district of India, which is home to about 300 million people, is a rural economic powerhouse.

It is the third largest economy in the world after China and Japan, according to the International Monetary Fund.

Yet, it is one of the most polluted in the country.

The environment in Rangdu is a major contributor to the air pollution problem.

The environment is a problem, but what is more concerning is that the city government has not built any clean energy or renewable energy projects, instead focusing on maintaining a status quo in which the city is mostly populated by people of the urban class.

The people living in Rangaveli, the largest town in the district, have been the main victims of the government’s neglect.

They are living in a city where their children and grandchildren are living without proper facilities.

The children, for example, are left to attend school without the proper equipment.

The state of the local school system is also not adequate.

The students are not educated properly.

The education system is not equipped to prepare them for the future.

This is what we see in rural India, where there is no clean energy to supply the city.

This lack of infrastructure, coupled with poor infrastructure management, has been a major contributing factor in the air quality problems in Ranganathan.

As a result, a new report by the National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP) is looking at the need for a rural economy.

The study is titled, Rural Enterprise Development: A Case Study of India’s Rangda.

The report, which was released on February 15, is titled: How Rural Development Is Not an Exception to the Rule.

The study was conducted in conjunction with the Centre for Rural Development (CRD), a think tank.

The CRD has been working on developing an alternative economic model to urban development, which aims to provide a low-cost, sustainable, and environmentally sound alternative for rural economies.

The rural economy is the most economically vulnerable sector of India.

The report recommends a rural sector, which will provide jobs, livelihoods, and social inclusion to its residents, provide affordable housing, provide education, provide healthcare, provide transport and connectivity, and support sustainable agriculture and forestry.

It also proposes a sustainable food security strategy to ensure the food security of rural communities and the environment.

This approach, which the report calls the Rural Enterprise Model, is in contrast to the model adopted by cities, which focus on the development of industrial zones that will benefit the entire economy.

According to the study, the Rural Entrepreneurial Revolution (RES) model, which has been adopted by about 15 states, has resulted in a drop in air pollution in India.

The RES model provides for the private sector to develop, construct, and operate commercial enterprises that are fully sustainable, self-sufficient, and employ locally, and not dependent on international markets for inputs.

The rural sector can also be considered an opportunity to create employment, as it provides employment opportunities to rural communities that cannot be provided by the city, the study said.

The Rural Enterprise Models of India is a report of NIPFP and the Centre to Developing a New Urban Economy.

It was written by NIPF Deputy Director (Economic and Social Policy) Amit Kumar, Dr Rajiv Mehta, and Dr Deepak Sharma, and was prepared for the Department of Development, Planning and Policy at the NIPFLP.

The RES model, it says, is also a model that can be used for India to develop a more sustainable economic model for the urban sector.

The NIPFS study has called for a change in the way rural communities are seen and valued in urban development plans and the development strategy.

The plan, it said, must be inclusive and based on a social-development agenda.

It needs to be based on inclusive development and inclusive development for the rural community.

The Government of India has not provided a clear policy framework on the need to create a sustainable rural economy, the NipFP study said, citing several studies and reports.

The Rural Enterprise Management Plan (REMP) was the most recent of the policy instruments on the rural economy which was formulated by the Rural Development Ministry in January this year.

The REMP is an economic development policy framework.

However, it does not have a detailed policy for developing a sustainable model for rural development.

According the report, the rural sector is not an exception to the rule in rural development, as the urban population is the main contributor to air pollution