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For a liberal India - Sanjeev Sabhlok, Times of India
Till 1991, decades of central planning, licence raj and big government had crushed the confidence of Indian youth in their ability to compete globally. Liberalisation changed all that. India integrated into the global economy, started modernising, and its national income shot up. No longer was it necessary to wait for one’s relatives settled abroad to bring in tiny blocks of imported cheese. 
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