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Title: COVID-19 in rural India -XVIII: impact on the rural workforce in Bihar's Bharri
Authors: Thakur, Avanindra Nath
Keywords: Coronavirus
Bihar-Bharri village
Issue Date: 20-Apr-2020
Publisher: News Click
Citation: Thakur, A.N. (April 20, 2020) COVID-19 in rural India -XVIII: impact on the rural workforce in Bihar's Bharri.
Abstract: This is the 18th report in a series that provides glimpses into the impact of COVID-19-related policies on life in rural India. The series, commissioned by the Society for Social and Economic Research, comprises reports by various scholars who have been conducting village studies in different parts of India. The reports have been prepared on the basis of telephonic interviews with key informants in their study villages. This report talks about the impact of the lockdown on the maize harvesting as well on the overall economy of the Bharri village in Katihar district of Bihar.
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