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Remembaring Tribal Martyrs

other backward people of Chhatisgarh Orissa Aluminium Complex in the anti-imperialist struggle was dis THE figures quoted by Anoop Babani and Kannan Srinivasan (December 26, 1981) reveal two important facts. First, the price of alumina as a percentage or aluminium price has been continually going up from 1970 presumably as a result of the increase in the export levies and royalties imposed by the bauxite producers under the inspiration of Jamaica in the spirit of UNCTAD It. Under the circumstances, it is not too much for NALOO to expect 15 or more by the time its alumina facility goes on stream .sometime in the 1980s. Second, India's realisation for the export of alumina as a percentage of the import of aluminium reveals that during the years in which USSR was the principal importer, the figure was a maximum of 13.8 and a minimum of 4.2. During the only year that Japan was the principal importer, it was 30.3. The percentage share of Indian exports of Alumina during all the years that USSR was the principal importer was, for that country, the highest tanging from a maximum of 98 in The figures do not reveal whether

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