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This examine explores the confluence of economic climate and ecology in British India, exhibiting that Britain initiated fiscal improvement concepts in India so as to successfully extract assets from it. It appears to be like in particular at how country railway development and wooded area conservation efforts took on a cyclical, nearly symbiotic courting.

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