ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Indo-UAR Trade- A Realistic Agreement

November 6, 1971 plant-level, these may now be on the way to being set right. After all, apparently technical failures are seldom purely technical. Rourkela's roof collapse signified the collapse not simply of plant maintenance but of a whole system of concern and group care, Durgapur's labour problems too are, as Bhaya recently underscored, not merely, or mainly, the result of wage discontent but the consequence of labour's feeling of non-involvement with the plant's management and success. It, therefore, needed a man with sensitivity to labours aspirations and frustrations. Apart from that, Durgapur's early technical problems have by now been overcome and the Centre's stake in giving West Bengal's economy a chance to revive are high enough for it to want to minimise negative intervention in the plant's operations. From the public sector's point of view, the appointment of Bagaram Tulpule also signifies an important departure from the earlier adherence to strictly administrative or managerial solutions to production problems.

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