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Imperialism-Oil Is Thicker than Blood

uidelines for negotiations. One of the .sidelines, for instance, is that under to condition can DA of more than Rs 1.30 per point be granted. The government clarification has changed nothing in this respect. The manner m which collective bargaining is being denied in the public sector is through the formulation of these so-called guidelines, which set the limits for wage agreements. Further, it is exactly through such national guidelines that the Bhoothalingam Committee wants controls on wages to be established. Thus, the Central government has already been implementing the main recommendation of the Boothalingam Committee. The agreement of June 26 has only sanctified this practice with the consent of the central trade union organisations.

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