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Modern Review July 1953


Governineat of Ohms The Twee Parliamentary eorregiskot much signiflource was attae hed to the 1=2 accorded by all the hombre to the importance of the Bum Caul and the U. K. pulley upon it. [...] The first was that the long.term problem of dollar Amiga could be soloed only by increasing the sterling area's production of conunialitic that the dollar area was likely to demand in increasing wining: and aim of the commodities that the 'trifling arra traditienall► bought from the dollar countries. [...] Sugar Scandal The Won of sugar industry in independent India is plainly full of meddles and scandals on the part of the GIVI711111011 of the eetmtey—pet to speak of the few handful of prodseers who are Whin more slum wore"a NOT ES 5 11. Walt 15161411C 61 11 INA.11101 If ff. [...] U. In the errs put of 1(42 the re was plriity ul sugar in the market and the lime oa. [...] It is raid that at the beginning of the oaten the stocks of sugar stood at 500 000 tons and at no time during the season the demand was higher than the supply.
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i-ix Kedarnath Chatterji view
1-i unknown view
Land Tenures and their Reforms
21-25 N.K. Kulkarni view
Education With Literacy
26-27 Richard W. Cortricht view
Revolution in Education
27-28 S.N. Agarwal view
Education for Journalism in India
29-35 Roland E. Wolseley view
Some Aspects of Devaluation
35-ii Arun Ghosh view
Theory of Deficit Spendingg and Indian Planning
37-40 Suresh Niyogi view
Sino-Soviet Relations in Their Retrospect (1860-1950)
40-46 Uma Mukherjee view
The Janata College
46-50 R.N. Kharche view
Farm and Ranch Ponds
50-52 Lawreme V. Compios view
Women in India’s Freedom Movement
53-61 Jogesh C. Bagal view
The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
62-63 unknown view
Roman Influence in the Provence
64-65 Indra Sarkar view
Freedom of the Press in Britain
65-67 W.L. Andrews view
Book Reviews
68-73 unknown view
Indian Pepividicals
74-78 unknown view
Foreign Periodicals
79-85 unknown view