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Jan Sangh Hastens Slowly D P Kumar AT its recent General Council session at Udaipur, the Jan Sangh sought to give a fresh delineation to its class character by projecting itself as a middle of the...
W H Morris-Jones ELECTIONS, because and insofar as they have about them an element of adventure into the unknown, naturally attract those people who are good at being wise after the event. If we...
SOUTH The Stage of the South Mohit Sea THERE has been a noticeable increase in the stridency of tone In some of the comments on the events in Ceylon and there has been more than a hint that in India...
THE developments in Bangla Desh had promised to unfold a wide range of favourable possibilities for India. They threatened to cut Pakistan to size
else no amount of parleying is going to halt the tide of disruption. The backlog of problems, supplemented by the arrival of millions of refugees from East Bengal, creates an explosive situation...
JUDGED by short-term indicators, CPI(M) has scored a number of tactical successes. At least in the city of Calcutta, as the last elections showed, it has largely succeeded in blurring its image as a...
V M Dandekar THE Third Pay Commission of the Central Government has been sitting for long and must one day make its report. It has to address itself to the same two basic questions which earlier...
the Capital. Internally, we are being disrupted by an unending flow of refugees from East Bengal; the seven million who have crossed the border are likely to be joined by millions of others now...
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