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In the Press
Presidential Politics THE CHOICE of the President has stirred up a controversy which will not be stilled till the final election results are out. The Opposition nominee, K Subba Rao, has wisely...
 Summing up the discussion on the decline in economic growth the Survey suggests that "the consequences of this series of vicious circles need not be exaggerated. .. Even without any deliberate...
Messy End of Consensus HARDLY any one of the principals involved in the matter of election of the President and Vice-President has come out untainted
THE CIA has been very much discussed for its alleged activities in India. But despite all the discussion in parliament and press, no hard evidence has been produced. "This country", said the...
Now that Morarji Desai has settled down as Deputy Prime Minister and, more importantly, as Finance Minister with — apart from his sixteen point programme — apparently clear-cut ideas about what he...
 a State is as much internal cohesion as threats from the outside. If both are absent, the results, particularly when the economy is stagnating, are predictable.
view cannot be regarded as important. They are Thakorbhai Desai and Gordhandas Chokhawala, who came into the Congress in 1920. They have remained true to the spirit and outlook of the nationalism of...
On Coalition Governments INDIAN PRESS has a reputation for playing up foreign affairs both in the news and editorial columns. In recent months, however, there has been a healthy change in the...
The Shake-Up THE ELECTIONS, the election results and the problems arising from the defeat of the Congress in several States naturally received massive treatment in the Indian press. "Three Cheers...
the rest of the country. Undoubtedly there was enthusiasm in certain areas, leading frequently to unseemly conflicts. There were riots, stone- throwing and the rest of it, involving even the Prime...
since the price chargeable to the public is higher than that charge- able to Government agencies. The Government is sceptical about the industry's ability to meet the demand for cement once...
February 11, 1967 Banks and separate currencies. Exchange control restrictions in Tanzania have been in existence for some time but they have now been extended to cover even transactions between the...

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