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SINGAPORE- Bangladesh s First Contacts with South-East Asia

ately, was vocal and insistent. The result was that the clause of participatory management was insetted in the proposal about nationalisation of educa- tion; nationalisation of agencies of distribution and exhibition of films as a first step towards the nationalisation of the film industry was altogether dropped; reference to nihilism and alienation was deleted and the sentence about the undesirability of a divorce between artistic creativity and national values was, at the instance of a preminent artist, substantially toned down to form part of a sentence that dealt with the excellence of artistic production.

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