ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Shooting the Pianist

Green Revolution Belt A S Oberai H K Manmohan Singh Marketable Surplus and Market Dependence; A Millet Region of Maharashtra M V Nadkarni 'Efficient' Small Farm, Demographic Differentiation and 'Iron Chest' Accounting System: Some Aspects of Peasantist Economics S S Sivakumar Agrarian Structure and Family Formation: A Tentative Hypothesis N Krishnaji Shooting the Pianist ACCORDING to a newspaper report, "the Union agriculture ministry is believed to have objected to a proposal to close down the public sector Jute Corporation of India". It is not clear when such a proposal was made, or by whom, but the report suggests that the move to wind up the Jute Corporation of India (JCI) was part of the persistent lobbying by the jute Industry which, has been arguing that the JCI has become a 'white elephant' since it was incurring huge losses every year

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