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The Sharpest Reverse

March 2, 1968 Railway Board is the climax of a long bureaucratic career (no member of the Board comes from outside railways or is below 50 at the time of appoint- of management practices can be taken to be safely 30 years old and entirely moulded by his experiennce of day-today operations. It is time railway The Sharpest Reverse Nishtar COTTON growers suffered their sharpest reverse in the battle of prices last week and this happened in the Rajya Sabha. Replying to -a volley of questions during a discussion on a calling attention motion moved by A G Kul- karni and 11 other members, Commerce Minister Dincsh Singh pointed out that there was no cause for any concern over cotton prices as they were still some 36 per cent higher than the support prices

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