Modern Review May  1953
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Modern Review May 1953




The Committee 1 It that the urgency for extension of the State boundaries rested not only on the linguistic principle but en other feelers including the administrative neressity of connecting the three separate pans of West Bengal and refugee rehabilitation. [...] of the AICC espressed the hope that the Central Coieunment would appoint a highpcnset commission to 'tufty the question of rei.tribution of States dispassionately anti present a plan to solve the question and not to shelve it. [...] Surely it Is time to perform a major operation on the diseased body of the Government !" Peace Prospects Brighten Up The ptitieal firmament seems to be distinctly overeat as a result of tho moves and statements of the succesont to Stalin in the Kremlin. [...] and the Bow of the Rail and the Sutlrj were below 45 per cent of the normal. [...] tern of taxation—Central State and local—with refrence to (al the development programme of the country and the resources required for he and (b) the objective of reducing inequalities of income and wealth.

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