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1. According to the passage, what ails the process of technology aided development in rural areas ? (A)Creation of demand for technology aided development in rural areas is missing. (B)There is a lack of participation of rural people in the process of technology aided development. (C)There is a dearth of appropriate linkages needed for bringing about technology aided development.




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