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Bharat Gold Mines Limited- Statement of Professor K V Subrahmanyam

rightly led to his re-election as President of the Alkali Manufacturers' Association of India for another term. More recently, he has been appointed Chairman of the Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation, the oldest of the State Finance Corporations in India. May 1, on your Lehali, wish him well in the new honorary office to which the 'Tamil Nadu Government have appointed him?

Bank of India-Directors Report for the Year 1972

Bank of India Directors' Report for the Year 1972 EMERGING from the 1971 crisis, India moved into 1972 with now confidence. The events in the opening months lent strength to this confidence; the formation of a stable government by the newly independent nation, Bangladesh

Heavy Electricals (India) Limited Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited

September 1, 1973 With this aim in view there is an exchange of statistics regarding the availability of cargo, the cargo carried and the freight earned.

Poysha Industrial Company Limited

Poysha Industrial Company Limited Review by the Chairman, Mr M R Ruia THE following is the summary of the Review by Mr M R Ruia, Chairman, Poysha Industrial Company Limited, for the year 1972-73:

The Indian Sugar Mills Association-Presidential Address of Shri M L Apte

 Rs 1.8 timing the 8 years 1960-61 to So much for the success of our economic So much for the success of our economic policies. I have tried to present to you a few facets of the grim tragedy we are facing today. My purpose in doing so is not just to ho critical of the policies we have been following so far. It is more with a view to suggest how the dry Maharashtra plateau can be rendered relatively immune to the cruel vagaries of the monsoon. Some of these suggestions or similar ones may hold good for the entire core of the country which as I have pointed out, suffers from as precarious rainfall conditions as the Deccan plateau.

Mukand Iron and Steel Works Limited- Statement of the Chairman, Shri Viren J Shah

Statement of the Chairman, Shri Viren J Shah THE following are excerpts from the Statement of Shri Viren J Shah, Chairman, Mukand Iron and Steel Works Ltd, to the Shareholders while presenting the Balance Sheet for the year 1972-73:

The Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited-Statement of the Chairman, Mr J R D Tata

The Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited Statement of the Chairman, Mr J R D Tata THE following is the Statement of Mr J R D Tata, Chairman, The Tata Iron and Steel Company Limited, for the

Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company Limited-Statement of the Chairman, Mr S Moolgaokar

Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company Limited Statement of the Chairman, Mr S Moolgaokar THE following is the Statement of Mr S Moolgaokar, Chairman, Tata Engineering and Locomotive Company Limited, for the year 1972-73:

Alembic Chemical Works Company Ltd, Baroda

of all raw materials and services have gone up considerably. I understand that the matter is under the active consideration of the Government of India and it is hoped that the Government would see their way to give a favourable decision.

The Madras Aluminium Company Limited

THE FUTURE I am now on the point of leaving private industry to take up an appointment in the government and I would like to take this opportunity of stating my strong conviction that the professionally managed private sector in general, and compaines like yours in particular, with their strong international links can and should be regarded by the nation as a valuable resource in the 'achievement of sell-reliance. This brings us to a question which is often asked

Hindustan Lever Limited

TABLE 4 : AVERAGE NUMBER OF DAYS OVER WHICH SALES ARE SPREAD mers take 150 days, medium farmers 140 days, and big farmers only 100 days. (This calculation can be done easily by picking up periods of sale in the decreasing order of the importance of sale.) Thus, in whatever way the matter is looked at, the big fanners seem to sell off whatever they want to sell of their paddy crops at a faster speed than do the small ones. Thus, at least in the district under study, the big farmers are by and large not the speculating and hoarding traders that they are often thought to be. This gets further support from the parallel finding that they do not seem to fetch better prices lor their paddy crops. The weighted averages of the prices received by these size-cate gories of farmers are presented in Table 5. As can be seen, if there is any price differential, it is in favour of the small farmers.

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