National Backward Classes Commission: Hopes and fears

Recently, the government’s efforts to turn the National Backward Classes Commission into a Constitutional body and the setting up of the OBC Sub-Categorization Commission has brought the OBCs back into focus. What does P.S. Krishnan, the former top bureaucrat who has worked for decades to redress inequalities in society, think of these developments? Read on

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