THE HINDU BUSINESS LINE
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Wednesday, March 28, 2001

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Letters

Policy
Reservation for women
Though there appears to be near-unanimity among the political parties to provide reservation for women in Parliament and State Legislatures, the demand for quotas within the quota made by some parties has made the Quota Bill remain a proposal.

Textiles
Textiles policy
In the vested economic interest of the regular mills, vigilance must be made the most vital part of the textile policy. The removal of Excise Duty exemption to small spinners is, indeed, laudable. At the same time, their malpractices must also be checked .


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