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India's economic crisis will divide us further in 2018

The socio-economic set-up is on the verge of a new split between the financially secure and economically insecure.

Will India's protracted economic downturn alter Indian politics in 2018? If recent electoral trends sustain, India's burgeoning urban middle class may run into a first-of-its-kind generational polarisation.

The year gone by has left us with some curious pointers and surprising economic paradoxes, which might fructify in 2018, the mega year of elections.

India's socio-economic set-up is on the verge of a new split between the financially secure and economically insecure population. This economic division is shaping up India's demography and geography.

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