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Vol XXIX No 48 November 26, 1994 Encoding Secularism in Law If the differences between the majority and minority judges in the Ayodhya case are a reminder of indeterminacies, choices, preferences and selective emphasis in the law, the judgment must also reinforce the warning that struggles within the legal system have to be fought. For, when all is said and done, the majority judgment is not a juristic victory for secularism, and may trouble the secular cause for many years to come. 3034 Procurement Policy and Technological Capability While power generation and transmission in most countries is in the hands of state-controlled utilities, the required equipment is largely manufactured in the private sector. What role does state procurement policy, which emphasises cost effectiveness and reliability of equipment, play in improving the technological capability of firms? M-142 Uneven Development A disaggregated analysis of the growth of manufacturing in Karnataka shows a lack of geographical diversification, and a growing capitalisation of the industrial sector with declining or stagnant employment growth in the otherwise employment augmenting industries. This has serious policy implications. M-157 Onerous Task From Waste Will the Maharashtra government's pioneering effort at formulating a policy for women bring relevant and progressive change? 3019 A macroview of sugarcane bagasse economics shows that the structure of the technology market is one of the reasons for the lack of propagation of bagasse processing. Another is the lack of a market for bagasse-based products. M-149 Does Research Pay?

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