THE HINDU BUSINESS LINE
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Thursday, November 23, 2000

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Letters

Insurance
IRDA licences
This regards the editorial ``Private, again'' (Business Line, October 26) and two letters, `insurance ventures' and `difficult business'. With the issuance of the licences by IRDA, the private insurers have geared up to attract consumers. The conversion of the monolithic nature of insurance business into a multifaceted one will bring about an insurance revolution in the industry.

Politics
Third Front
With the revival of the idea of a Third Front, mooted by some former Prime Ministers, the average Indian voter may panic. However, riding to their rescue is the unlikely saviour, Mr Mulayam Singh Yadav. He has opposed the Third Front proposal as it would probably align with the Congress(I).


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