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Universities-JNU under Emergency

which has now had to be given up half-way, is only one consequence of this situation. On the other hand, Coal India's bureaucratic. empire seems to have expanded in an attempt 'to draw and keep talent', and this together with its highly polished efforts through publications and public relations to refurbish its image, must have sent overheads soaring. While oil prices have shot up, the prices of sub- stitutable coal have not. The last in- ciease in 1975 at Rs 17.50 per tonne was far lower than recommended by the expert committee. Repeated pleas for higher prices have been sternly put down on the rationale of a cost-push inflation

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