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Naxalites and Naxalism

tions and trends", the fact remains that it simply does not have the data to predict the impact of such a major policy change on its revenues. Similarly, while emigrant traffic to UK may have declined, there is yet considerable Indian passenger traffic in the Gulf area which Air-India needs to exploit better. The cut-rates offered by smaller airlines is no doubt a problem, but Air-India also needs to improve its image among its Indian passengers.

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