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Letter from South

Letter from South
In Kerala those who have to depend on the official rations
But these views were ignored by Parliament, probably because it was convinced about the wisdom of the step being taken. But it is now a proven fact that the ushering in of the State of Nagaland...
 his last Statement to shareholders, S L Kirloskar, Chairman of the Bank of Maharashtra, was complaining about the requirement regarding opening of branches! Banks' lending to small-scale industries...
 ly moneylender to whom Shakespeare gave form and substance as Shylock. And it is likely that in the Middle East context, the Israeli
Cross Currents in Kerala FOR KERALA a non-Congress democratic Government is no novelty. What is new is the comparative stability inside the State compared to the time of troubles in 1957-59. At that...
 be immune. It is possible that New Delhi still hopes for a country again under the Congress umbrella and would be glad to see the non- Congress governments collapse. It is too early to say that...
 fit. Why cannot the not-so-successful doctors get together, pool their meagre resources, or borrow the money, and run middle-class nursing homes for the middle class? The answer, one supposes, is...
Even Mysore Is Not Safe for Congress MYSORE is now considered as one of the safest States for the Congress in the South and throughout India. While in Kerala and Tamilnad there has been a clean...
Kerala's desperately difficult food situation poses a challenge to the clearly-defined Left non-Congress Government in India. The rebuff EMS Namboodiripad received from Brahmananda Reddy, despite...
ECONOMlC AND POLITICAL WEEKLY That this is possible can scarcely be doubted by anyone with some knowledge of the Bengali countryside where acres upon acres of land lie uncultivated. The new ministry...
nature of office in the State today; problems have reached a stage at which nobody can really achieve anything in a hurry with the best will in the world. It is amazing still how much can be done...
ANNUAL NUMBER FEBRUARY 1967 IT IS AN ODD and interesting feature of the elections, which are due in about a fortnight, that, the people find the parties are still far from being consumed by the vote...
December 24, 1966 MANY COMMENTATORS seem to be worried about the rapid and even disgraceful spread of the squabbles of the States to the capital. It may not, however, be such a bad thing, after all...
December 10, 1966 set-up consists of ordinary, mediocre men", for the Congress now "learning is a dangerous thing". It seems altogether fanciful to think that the Congress Party is deliberately out...
Andhra's Anger A GREAT DEAL of indignation has been worked up against the sweeping struggle in Andhra to locate the fifth steel plant at Visakhapatnam. It has been made out that the whole business...
October 22, 1966 But the low key in which foreign policy is being conducted today is not expected to offer any scope for leadership in the conference by Indira Gandhi. This is very much ALL MANNER...
ALL MANNER of tricks are being played in Tamilnad. The latest is the decision of the Tamilnad Congress Committee to abolish the land tax and to recoup the losses from monopoly state trading in food...
The New Boss? BRAHMANANDA REDDY has won handsomely. He has broken the grip that Sanjeeva Reddy had established over the Pradesh Congress in Andhra in the mid-fifties. What is more, this has been...
It seems as if Kerala will, after all, keep her promise to herself and to India. It is extraordinarily encouraging that, overcoming great odds, the opposition parties have worked out a minimum...
The South today is more than ever India. The same discontents plague its people. And the remedies they seek are different from what goes on in Uttar Pradesh or Bihar. The Congress here too, is in a...
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