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Public Sector Who Benefits

cant is threatened with imprisonment upto 10 years, if he reveals the nature of his work. Further: "We work according to the rule: 'nobody should know more than it is necessary for him to know'. Never ask questions about others and never say too much. You would come to learn what is important for you.'' Major Black of MALICI demands of the prospective mercenaries detailed personal data as well as military qualifications. The letter should also contain the motives why the applicant wants to become a mercenary, These particulars accompanied by a photograph should then be addressed to the Post Box in Abington. "Please don't address the envelop to me. Don't OFFICIAL PAPER MUCH has been said and written about the growth of public sector enterprises in the country. A report released recently by the Bureau of Public .Enterprises shows that, while the capital employed in Central Government enterprises (other than departmental projects) increased in 1974-75 by 26,09 per cent (from Rs 5,265.90 crores to Rs 6,627.15 crores), the value of production from these enterprises went up by as much as 44.07 per cent (from crores). Equally impressive has been

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