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Letters

Letters
October 28, 1967 facilities at Calcutta for its overseas trade; this is a long standing demand that India has found difficult to accept for Sound reasons.
October 21, 1967 A CODE, voluntarily accepted by newspapers, is supposed to govern reporting of news of communal riots. The code is observed, but mainly by the large-circulation national newspapers...
Rs 1,950 to Rs 2,000 per tonne (ex docks, Bombay) which compares very favourably with the ruling price of groundnut oil at Rs 3,200 per tonne. According to the industry's own figures, roughly one-...
September 23, 1967 no doubt expects, besides more active British concern for the post-war situation in the Middle East, some spade-work by way of preparing for a similar rapprochement with the...
put India firmly on the tourists' map. Or, it might well be asked: having sanctioned one international hotel of an equal repute already for Bombay on certain terms, how can the Government agree to...
September 9, 1967 can earn much more than 5.5 per cent. It is possible that the pur- chase of ships on deferred payment might actually reduce the real cost of vessels because own funds can earn well...
 been reported even in the mining of pyrites. The Indian Chemical Manufacturers Association recently approached the Government with an offer to help in the mining of pyrites, but the Government...
Commercial Broadcasting and the Press IN YOUR editorial "Commercial Broadcasting and the Press" in your issue of July 8, 1967, you have expressed doubts about the assertion made at the recent All-...
Can Local Enterprise Do It? I WENT THROUGH the admirable paper by B V Krishna Murti on "Power Elite Planning for People's Welfare", published in your issue dated 27th May. The case he has made out...
hold up the implementation of these schemes which have already been much delayed. LETTER TO EDITOR Politics of Ghera THE POLITICS of gheraos may not be as simple as you make them out to be in your...
 rency is wiped out by demonetisation, it will be soon replaced as long as such points of contact exist between legitimate and illegitimate deals.
 bone, Indian correspondents, for example, had already been affected by the devaluation and the latest British effort to shore up its pound Will make for further difficulty. Does Britain no longer...
Union, Even in jail, Papendreou remains a sizeable threat to the young King
MPCC is by and large a united party. But the fact remains that the party has to operate in a State different regions of which are characterised by diverse economic conditions. Western Maharashtra,...
March 4, 1967 tern of generation of money incomes is consistent with the Plan objectives and also satisfies demands of equity and "fairness" in income distribution. In concrete terms the major...

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