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Welfare November 1927


Speaking of they Empire statistics conference which sat in January and February 1921 the London Times said—"In Germany before the war the statistical Bureaux were ceaselessly employed in working on everything that illuminates the future of the German people ; and in the 'era which is now opening there can be little doubt that the nation which studies the drift of events as it is revealed by the [...] In such cases the investigator should give the quantity of commodities and the list of local prices and then the value of the former Should be calculated. [...] The value of sunlight and the aid of vitaglass in capturing the maximum of its ultraviolet rays is already recognised by the authorities Ad the object of this new installation is to give students and medical officers of health who pass through the school actual proof of its value. [...] When the required shape has been given to the bamboo the stick is removed from the former the sand taken out and a piece of soft cane is inserted in the opening to fill up the hollow end. [...] After the experiettces of the last world war and with the latest advancement in the line of electrical science and Engineering specialy its application in the development of efficiency in the various departments of the army and Navy as well as the progAss made in aircrafts and Radio inventions —the British Government must have thought it expedient to legalise the monopoly of mica.
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SARF Document ID
Segment Pages Author Actions
The Expansion of India
645-650 F.C. Andrews view
The Need for an Tntensive Economic Enquiry
650-654 Kali Mitra view
Learn the Great Law
654-654 Ayub Yousuf view
Britain’s Health Citadel
655-655 Robert William view
655-656 A.P. Som view
Bulletin on Umbrella Handlemaking Industry
656-659 S.C. Mitter view
Some Latent Resources of Travaifeore’s Forests
659-661 K.R. Iyer view
The Behar Mica Bill Its Significance Immediate And Remote
662-663 Ramani Chowdhury view
New Life in Germany
663-667 John Fraser view
Insurance of Motor Cars
667-669 unknown view
The Poverty of India
669-677 Phanindranath Bose view
Radio Broadcasting in India
677-679 L.W. Baxy view
Newspaper Reporting
679-680 S.V. Moghe view
Education for the Blind
680-682 S.B. Nerkar view
Health and Sanitation in Bihar & Orissa
683-685 A.P. Som view
Wise Watchfulness
685-686 Florence Milner view
687-688 K.P. Rao view
Food and Water
689-690 unknown view
Control of the Muscles
690-691 Minerva Hunter view
An All-India Appeal for Orissa
691-692 unknown view
The Problem of Population in Japan
693-696 Kyohei Yamamoto view
The Labor Movement in China
696-701 unknown view
Mother India
701-703 unknown view
Do You Know ?
703-707 unknown view
Our Point of View
708-708 unknown view

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