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Alembic Chemical Works Company Ltd, Baroda

Behari Lal & Co., 15, Stock Exchange Building, Asaf Ali Road, New Deihi-1 Bharat Bhushan & Co., H-45, Connaught Place, New Delhi-1. Jalan & Co., Stock Exchange Building, Asaf Ali Road, New Delhi-1.

Ceat Tyres of India Limited

Ceat Tyres of India Limited Statement of the Chairman, Mr P A Narielwala THE following is the Statement of the Chairman, Mr P A Narielwala, to the Shareholders of Ceat Tyres of India Limited at the Fourteenth Annual General Meeting held in Bombay on

Guest Keen Williams Limited

Guest Keen Williams Limited Statement by the Chairman, Mr K C Maitra THE following is the Statement by the Chairman, Mr K C Maitra, on the occasion of the forty-second annual general meeting of Guest Keen Williams Limited held in Calcutta on May 5, 1972:

Amar Dye-Chem Limited

Speech of the Chairman, Shri Amritlal Kalidas Doshi THE following arc excerpts of the Speech made by the Chairman, Shri Amritlal Kalidas Doshi, to the Shareholders at the Eighteenth Annual General Meeting of the Company held on May 4, 1972; It gives me great pleasure to welcome you all this afternoon to the 18th Annual General Meeting of the Company and to place before you the Directors' Report and the Audited Accounts of the Company for the year ended 31st December, 1971.

Indian Aluminium Company Limited

Indian Aluminium Company Limited Speech of the Chairman, Mr H V R Iengar THE following is the speech of the Chairman, Mr II V B Iengar, at the Thirty-fourth Annual Central Meeting of Indian Aluminium Company Limited, held on April 26,1972:

Kamani Engineering Corporation Limited

April 1, 1972 FROM THE CHAIR Kamani Engineering Corporation Limited Statement of the Chairman, Shri P R Kamani THE following is the Statement of Shri P R Kamani, Chairman, Kamani Engineering Corporation Limited, on the occasion of the Twentysixth Annual General Meeting of the Share- holders of the Company at Bombay

The Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India Limited

The Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India Limited H T Parekh, ICICI Chairman, reports increasing operations THE following is an extract from the Statement by the Chairman, Shri H T Parekh, circulated to the Shareholders with the Directors Report and Accounts for the year ended December 31, 1971.

Indian Oxygen Limited

February 19, 1972 thus makes ex cathedra pronouncements on policy issues which are strictly the province or the government. Moreover, the Commission makes these pronouncements in an absolute sense

The Associated Cement Companies Limited

The Associated Cement Companies Limited Statement of the Chairman, Mr N A Palkhivala The following is the Statement issued to shareholders by Mr N A Palkhivala, Chairman, The Associated Cement Companies Limited, on the Company's working for the year ended 31st July 1971. The 35th Annual General Meeting of the Company was held on Thursday, January 6, 1972 at 4.00 pm at the Birla Matushri Sabhagar, 19 Murine Lines, Bombay 20.

Golden Tobacco Company Limited

January 1, 1972 tistical Organisation, op cit, 1969, 49 'Pattern of Ownership of Government Debt

The National Newsprint and Paper Mills Ltd

January 1, 1972 13th December 1971 adds to our costs, but this levy is being absorbed instead of being passed on to the consumers, In a national emergency one should willingly give and give till it hurts.

The Scindia Steam Navigation Company Limited

national governments became preoccupied with domestic problems, the political aim of federation tended to be diluted despite the fact that the usefulness of existing federal arrangements have assured them an indefinite tenure. A study of the impact of internal developments on the federal intentions and capabilities of the individual countries would require an analysis of the great differences between them, ranging from their natural resources to their styles of political and economic development. The approach of each country to its internal crises of penetration, participation, legitimacy, integration and distribution will have important consequences for intra-regional relationships. Thus, important differences in approach to the crisis of penetration and distribution between Tanzania and Kenya on the one hand, and to the crises of legitimacy and identity between Kenya and Uganda on the other, may have far-reaching repercussions on the problem of federation.

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