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January 19, 1985 policies would not change. But the attempt to interpret these elections as a vote for Indian nationalism would be made. This will give Rajiv Gandhi his first advantage.
When a whole state like Andhra heads for chaos, when NGOs in other regions threaten hold-ups and paralysing actions, when engineer executives resort to strikes, when managers in the public sector...
tain that the victory of Bhutto is as much a sigh of West Pakistan's readiness to restructure its relationship with Mast Pakistan as is the victory of Mu- jibur Rahman of East Pakistan's...
November 8, 1969 1962) and Herbert F Lionberger: "Adoption of New Ideas and Practices", (Iowa State University Press, Ames, 1960). For references in Indian settings, see Udai Pareek: "Behavioural...
August 12, 1967 Cold Season for Sterling STERLING is again under pressure
Commercial Broadcasting and the Press IN YOUR editorial "Commercial Broadcasting and the Press" in your issue of July 8, 1967, you have expressed doubts about the assertion made at the recent All-...
 tion. This need not be a policy of standing still, if two considerations are kept in mind. A cut in investment outlay can be turned to advantage if the emphasis is turned to output and costs. In...
Intellectuals Abdicate AROUND HERE, in this country, there is little understanding of what Mao Tse-tung is after, but that does not inhibit the bouts of insensate, nearly senile gloatings. Perhaps...
existence mainly to the efforts of the late Sachin Chaudhuri to promote and maintain in India free and informed discussion of social, economic and political problems. Through the columns of "The...
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