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Ashok V Desai India's Mixed Economy: The Role of Ideology and Interest in Its Development by Baldev Raj Nayar; Popular Prakashan, Bombay, 1989; The Political Econopiy of India's Public Sector:...
Ravindra Kumar Verma Though the backward castes constitute nearly 60 per cent of Bihar's electoratejill the early years of the 1970s these castes were politically not significant. 1977 was the...
functions.. Although term financing by banks and directly from the capital market has been growing, would a historically British-oriented banking system be able to move over to a wholly integrated...
Charade of Preparing the Eighth Plan BM The present Planning Commission has neither the political authority nor the policy direction to try to put together the draft of the Eighth Plan. The planners...
Uttar Pradesh Kripa Shankar WHEN zamindan was abolished roughly 90 lakh acres of land was vested in the 'gaon sabha' in UP. The Zamindari Abolition Committee of UP headed by G B Pant was opposed to...
have been allowed to enter the market as tenderers, with the proviso that they will be required to observe a minimum size or operation of Rs 20 crore per transaction which would be permitted only...
Food Subsidies: IMF Prescriptions Could Spell Trouble Sukumar Muralidharan The rising burden of food and fertiliser subsidies indicates that market forces have been taking the food supply system...
Men Who Run Patwa Government A Correspondent An extra constitutional centre of authority has clearly emerged around Madhya Pradesh's BJP chief minister Sunderlal Patwa, which even the RSS has been...
Triumph of Monetarism THE Reserve Bank of India in its half- yearly credit policy statement has provided a review of the current and emerging trends in the Indian economy. In 1990-91, as per the...
Death in Coal Mafia's Den Indu Bharti The violent death of Randhir Verma, an SP, during a bank dacoity in Dhanbad raises unwholesome issues. And the prime minister's visit to the area as a personal...
Project RAJASTHAN, second largest state in India, has an area of 34.2 million hectares. Statistics on the land use pattern indicates that 44 per cent of its geographical area is under cultivation, 6...
Ammu Joseph There is ample documentary evidence to show that Kalyan Singh Kalvi, a minister of the erstwhile Janata Dal(S) government, was a staunch supporter of the practice of 'sati', although he...
NEW DELHI Chance to Break with the Eighties BM The election to the Tenth Lok Sabha provides the opportunity to turn away from the disastrous political and economic course set by those who ruled the...
Clair Talwalker Are tribal cultures being destroyed by so-called development? The 29th Report of the Commissioner for Scheduled Castes and Tribes has some revealing data.
undiscriminating and unconditional support to the National Front umbrella. In other words the Left has to retain its freedom to withhold support to persons like Arun Nehru, Bansi Lal and their ilk...

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