ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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No Bull Campaign Till Budget

No Bull Campaign Till Budget Nishtar THE prolonged spell of uneasiness is over. With the mist of political uncertainty cleared, the stock market has taken a decisive turn for the better. The prospect of a stable and firm government at the Centre has injected new life but the market has not allowed itself to be carried away by impulse. It has pushed its way up without up spectacular dash. The market has every reason to feel pleased with the decisive victory of the ruling Congress party as this will strengthen the government's hands in dealing effectively with the forces of disruption and enable it to go ahead more purposefully with the programme of national reconstruction. Indira Gandhi has been quick to reassure that her party will strive to increase production both in agriculture and industry to combat unemployment and check inflationary pressures. Deeply concerned over the big shortfall of about Rs 165 crores in the Centre's Plan expenditure this year, Indira Gandhi has called upon top secretaries of the Central Government to show more dynamism in implementing Plan projects.

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