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Ashok Leyland Limited

direct and indirect taxation. This has Imposed considerable burden on individuals as well as the corporate sector. This was necessary on account of the burden of refugee relief and the cost of war operations. You will agree with me that this additional burden has, in the national interest, to be borne with a grin.

India Steamship Company Limited

India Steamship Company Limited Speech of the Chairman, Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar THE following is the Speech of the Chairman, Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar, KCSI, DCL (Oxon), delivered at the Annual General Meeting of the Share- holders of India Steamship Company Limited on September 23, 1971; GENTLEMEN, The Audited Accounts and the Directors' Report for the year ending 31st March, 1071, has been in your hand for sometime and with your permission I shall take them as read.

Ashok Leyland Limited

Ashok Leyland Limited Speech of the Chairman, Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar THE following is the Speech delivered by Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar, KCSI, DCL, (Oxon) Chairman, Ashok Ley- land Limited to the Shareholders at the Twenty-second Annual General Meeting of the Company held on 9th January 1971 at Ennore, Madras-57.

FROM THE CHAIR- India Steamship Company Limited

Address of the Chairman, Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar The following is the Address of Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar, KCSI, DCL (Oxon), Chairman, India Steamship Company Limited, delivered at the Animal General Meeting of the Shareholders of the Company held on September

Ashok Leyland Limited

Ashok Leyland Limited Speech of the Chairman, Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar THE following is the Speech delivered by Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar, KCSI, DCL, (Oxon), Chairman, Ashok Leyland Limited to the Shareholders at the Twentyfirst Annual General Meeting of the Company held on 10th January 1970 at Ennore Madras-57.

Tube Investments of India Limited

Tube Investments of India Limited Statement of the Chairman, Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar THE following is the Statement of Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar, KCSI, DCL, (Oxon), Chairman, Tube Investments of India Limited, circulated to the Shareholders in connection with the 20th Annual General Meeting of the Company held at the Registered Office at 'TIAM HOUSE' 11/12 North Beach Road, Madras-1, on Monday, December

India Steamship Company Limited-Address of the Chairman, Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar

October 4, 1969 Friends, I have attempted to give a fair account of the operations of the Company during the year, and the prospects for the coming year. I hope it has been a gratifying account, in spite of the unfavourable factors which are an unavoidable part of the total picture. 1 hope and trust and pray that we shall not be deterred by the difficulties but shall capitalise on the opportunities and I shall have a better account to give to you of the operations of the Company when we meet next.

Ashok Leyland Limited

critical and their withdrawal therefore will not pose any insuperable problem. The major benefit of the Allied participation lay in assuring to the Company the necessary supplies of ammonia, phosphoric acid and sulphur from Iran through their participation, along with the National Petrochemical Company of Iran, in the Shapur Chemical Company. Since the withdrawal of Allied Chemical, the National Petrochemical Company, which is owned by the Government of Iran through the National Iranian Oil Company, has undertaken THE following is the Speech delivered by Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar, KCSI, DCL (Oxon) Chairman, Ashok Lcyland Limited to the Shareholders at the Twentieth Annual General Meeting of the Company held on 4th January 1969 at Ennore, Madras-57.

Tube Investments of India Limited- Statement by the Chairman, Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar, KCSI, DCL(Oxon)

On the export front, fairly good business is reported to have been put through in groundnut HPS and groundnut extractions. There have also been unconfirmed reports about sale of castor oil to Russia.

India Steamship Company Limited-Address of Sir A Ramaswami Mudaliar

targets have been proposed. It has been decided that an Annual Plan for 1968-69 would be drawn and targets of the Fourth Plan would be finalised thereafter. All these mean that targets that were originally expected to be achieved by 1970-71 have been shifted

Tube Investments of India Limited

December 9, 1967 the trade with Japan and Australia, and the scope for increased share in other liner services is limited. In these circumstances, the only way Scindia can enlarge its proposals to the Government, Khatau complains, "we just do not receive a reply, nor are we told orally or informally what Government intends to do in the future".

India Steamship Company Limited

The Trust's investment portfolio recorded a depreciation of about 2.3 per cent over the year. The overall depreciation in the market value of the Trust's investments over their book value, as of June 30, 1967, worked out to about 5.4 per cent. Of this, a sizeable part was accounted for by a decline in the values of fixed interest bearing securities which are redeemable. As a result of the depreciation, the net value of the assets of the Trust as on June 30, 1967 amounted to Rs

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