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Convention against Fascist Danger

proceedings of national conferences on women, etc, and undertake documentation of legal cases in which the judgment was affected by patriarchal values. Women's Studies centres could also conduct research training for those activists who are interested in research. Centres for Women's Studies could also benefit from these organisations by actively participating in the programmes organised by these organisations and by inviting activists as visiting lecturers or respurce persons to share their experiences with students and researchers working in university departments. And finally, a national exchange network could be established.

Impact of Delhi Anti-Encroachment Bills

But recently, on May 6, in pouring rain the brutal beating up of poor migrant labourers in Delhi's Derawala Nagar by nearly 150 policemen and the demolition of over 250 jhuggis, in which a small child. Parvati, died, prompted A K Roy MP (Dhanbad) to speak in Parliament against the Bills under special rule 377. Even lepers are not safe these days and are being evicted from their colony; men and women who are virtually non-citizens in independent India, having no right to vote, no right to work (even those who find employment for them are punishable under the country's laws) are not allowed to live in peace With such eviction taking place even before the brutal Bills have been implemented, the future of the marginal poor is indeed very dark once the new anti-poor laws come into force.

Investment Behaviour of Monopoly Houses- III

The phenomenal growth of monopoly houses during 7555-73 was accompanied by a progressive break-down of planning, particularly of industrial licensing as an instrument of regulation of private investment. To explain this development, it is necessary to understand the monopoly houses' behaviour with respect to fixed capital investment.

Investment Behaviour of Monopoly Houses-II

presumed in hypothesis (a) above. They also suggest that the fall in prices of grains was due to new crop arrivals, nearness to harvest, poor demand from retailers, expectations of better harvest following the recent rains, news of the imports of wheat among other things.

Investment Behaviour of Monopoly Houses-I

The phenomenal growth of monopoly houses during 1956-73 was accompanied by a progressive break-down of planning, particularly of industrial licensing as an instrument of regulation of private investment. To explain this development, it is necessary to understand the monopoly houses' behaviour with respect to fixed capital investment.

Joint Sector and Control of Indian Monopoly

Joint Sector and 'Control' of Indian Monopoly Aurobindo Ghose The Dutt Committee envisaged the joint sector as "an important means of curbing the increasing of economic power", but the Tatas and FICC1 have welcomed the joint sector proposal This is not surprising if it is recalled that when the 'socialistic pattern' was first announced in 1955, Bombay's stock market witnessed a boom. Since subsequent developments seem to have validated Dalai Street's judgment on the character of the 'socialistic pattern', it is pertinent to ask : Is the joint sector really an instrument of control of Indian monopoly? This paper seeks to answer this question.

Interaction of Private and Public Sector-Case of Petroleum and Coal

Interaction of Private and Public Sector Case of Petroleum and Coal Aurobindo Ghose This paper tries to establish the hypothesis that the pattern of interaction between the private and the public sector in India in regard to pricing has been significantly influenced by the nature of technology in various industries.

Reviving the Third Division

Reviving the Third Division Aurobindo Ghose POSTERS went up all over the Delhi University campus on September 12. Black against white, in bold type, they read: '' 'I was a third divisioner myself, says V V Giri, Vice-President of India".
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