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Indian Daily Mail VOL. XII No. 88 SINGAPORE, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1956 SIX PAGES 15 CENTS

Nasser First President Of Egypt? [ARTICLE]

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Nasser First President Of Egypt? CAIRO, May I*.— The Effyptlan Revolution command Council will nominate Lieuten-ant-Colonel Gamel Abdej Naaser, the Prime Minister for the Presidency in the election for the first President of the Republic on June 23, authoritative sources here said The President would hold office for six yean.

Indians Who Had Forged Passports [ARTICLE]

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Indians Who Had Forged Passports NEW DELHI. May 14. Six Indians were arrested at Delhi airport last night an their return from Britain and charged with conspiracy to forge passports. The Indians arrived at Londan airport last Tuesday but were not allowed to enter Britain after immigration officials alleged their

Pollitt Resigns [ARTICLE]

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Pollitt Resigns LONDON, May 14.— Mr. Pollitt, Britain's top Communist, today resigned his job as General Secretary of the British Communist Party because of ill health. Party -wfflclaia announcing this resignation, said that their 65-year-old leader would continue as their Chairman Mr. Pollitt will be succeeded in the office he

RHEE'S VICTORY CERTAIN [ARTICLE]

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RHEE'S VICTORY CERTAIN SEOUL, Korea, May 14.— The Korean Republic's first and only President, Syngman Rhee. faces a former Communist trained in Moscow in Tuesday's Presidential Election. Rhee is expected to win an overwhelming victory. Even the opposition Progressive Party appears to be resigned to defeat.- AP

SINGAPORE GIRL TO RETURN [ARTICLE]

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SINGAPORE GIRL TO RETURN HONG KONG, Ma v 14.— The 18-year-old runaway school girl from Singapore, Miss Leong Pui Kum, who was dissuaded by her father from going- to Communist China, on arrival here on Saturday, was today granted travel documents Dy the Hong Kong Immigration Department to return to

Libera 1—Socialists Await M's Resignation To Form New Govt? [ARTICLE]

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Libera 1— Socialists Await M's Resignation To Form New Govt? LONDON, May 14. 4* «< m Choon Mon S. of the opposition Liberal-Socialists in the Singapore Legislative Assembly, denied here last night that his party was confering with Britain to form a possible alternative government in the Colony He is

Is Merdeka Mission Doomed To Fail? [ARTICLE]

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Is Merdeka Mission Doomed To Fail? Delegation Pessimistic Of Any Agreement 1 Faiinre Feared May Touch Off Major Crisis LONDON, May 14— The 13-member delegation from Singapore was hold ng private talks here today on the looming failure of their negotiations with Britain on independence for the island Colony. Delegation

HOLD FRESH ELECTIONS IN SINGAPORE —GUARDIAN [ARTICLE]

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HOLD FRESH ELECTIONS IN SINGAPORE —GUARDIAN MANCHESTER ENGLAND, May 14 The Manchester Guardian today suggested that if the London talks on Singapore's future become deadlocked, the best course will be to postpone negotiations for a fixed period and not to break them off. "In the interval there should be a

9 Die Of Sunstroke In Nagpur [ARTICLE]

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9 Die Of Sunstroke In Nagpur Fii.'m. Our Own Correspond ent NAGPUR, May 14— Nim persons were reported to have died of sunstroke following a heat wave last week when the temparature went above 117 degrees. The Corporation doc ded to open nineteen heatstroke centre;' in city in order to

Pencil Rockets [ARTICLE]

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Pencil Rockets TOKYO, May 14. Or. Hideo Itohawa, Japan's foremost expert oa nHnature rockets left today via Japan Airlines for a six week tour of tile United States to exchange Information with American leaders. Itokawa, Aerostatical Engineer with Tokyo University *ald he will bring with him ttmt and data oa

VINOBA BHAVE-THE GREAT MARCHER WALKS INTO TANILNAD [ARTICLE]

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VINOBA BHAVE-THE GREAT MARCHER WALKS INTO TANILNAD KAMARAJ CAN'T KEEP PACE WITH HI Ml F+jm, Our Otcn Oyrrespondent MADRAS, May 14— Acharya Vinoba Bhave began his sixteen hundred mile walking tour in Tamilnad on Sunday with determination to collect 450,000 acres of land as tffts for distribution to landless. Acharya

THEY WATCH BULLFIGHTS [ARTICLE]

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THEY WATCH BULLFIGHTS MADRID, May 14.— Prince Rainier of Monaco and his American movie actress bride. Grace Kelly, went to the bullftfhti yt«fcrd»y.- AP

SOVIET NEW LOOK: IS NO POLICY CHANGE [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET NEW LOOK: IS NO POLICY CHANGE PARIS, May 14— Former French Foreign Minister M Georges Bidault said here that Soviet Foreign Policy had not changed much with the Soviet New Look. Speaking at a national cong ress of the Popular Republican Party in a Paris suburb he said that

ALL QUIET ON BANDIT FRONT! [ARTICLE]

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ALL QUIET ON BANDIT FRONT! No Emergency casualtie* or incidents were reported Ilk the Federation yesterday

SOVIET LOAN [ARTICLE]

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SOVIET LOAN MOSCOW. May 14.— The So. viet Government today announced a new State loan for the development of national economy to the amount of 32,000 million rubles, the Soviet News Agency TASS said. —Reuter.

W. GERMAN PRESIDENT IN GREECE [ARTICLE]

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W. GERMAN PRESIDENT IN GREECE ATHENS, May 14.— Dr Theodor Heuss, West German President, was warmly applauded when he arrived here today for a io-da v State visit. Reuter

Decimal Coinage In India From Next April [ARTICLE]

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Decimal Coinage In India From Next April Old Currency To Continue For Three More Years NEW DELHI. May 14— Decimal coinage will be introduced in India on April 1 next year, it was officially announced here. The old currency will continue in circulation for three years, though it voiU be

MALAYANS GRADUATE IN AUSTRALIA [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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MALAYANS GRADUATE IN AUSTRALIA Students from Singapore and Maiaya were among 270 graduates on whom the Chancellor of the University of Melbourne, Australia corn erred degrees recently. Picture above shows Mr. A rum u gain JUjendran bow Jig to the Chancellor of the University a, hi* degree Is conferred. Mr.

Conversion Table [ARTICLE]

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Conversion Table Friim Owr Own Currttapondent NEW DELHI, May 14— Like Malaya, India will have simple decimal eystf iu. of coinago m from April first ttjxt >«%r. P*9pu hen wju b% count* ing in 'Nava Paisa and rupees' not in Dollars and cents as Malaya. The Governmpnt of India notification

TWO-MONTH-OLD BABY BESIDE DEAD BANDIT [ARTICLE]

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TWO-MONTH-OLD BABY BESIDE DEAD BANDIT A patrol of the fttnd Special Air Service Regiment killed one a woman —and wounded another of three Communist terrorists they contacted in the Korbu area of Perak yesterday morning-. The wounded terrorist and the third terrorist managed to escape. Tne patrol found a live

LATEST NEWS

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NEW DELHI, May 14—India has decided to set an &tato irauing CorporHtion to cany out import and export tra«e with foreign eoun trie* it was stated In i arllanx nt todav Reuter

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KARACHI, May 14.—Pakistan will aim at increased employment, greater production of food grains, Irrigation and electric power projects and unproved education and social services in the next flve yean ending i n 1060, it was anunde* R». 4*00,000,000 otan nounced today.. Reuter

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VATICAN CITY, May 14 I Pope Pius 12th annioujiced today that the Catholic C hurch has no objection to the use of the cornea of the eye of a dead penoa bem* nt*d to give «ig ht Reuter

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Indian Daily Mail S'pore, Tue., May 15, 1956 UNWORTHY OF THE FREE WORLD [ARTICLE]

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Indian Daily Mail S'pore, Tue., May 15, 1956 UNWORTHY OF THE FREE WORLD JN any labour strike, the employers concerned usually aaopt retaliatory measures. There is nothing to be surprised about them. Just as it is the right oj. the workers to strike, it is equally the right and privilege

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN ECONOMIC PLANNING [ARTICLE]

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SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY IN ECONOMIC PLANNING J. C. GHOSH By THE THINGS THAT men live by are everywhere tie same. They are the air, the water, the land, the rivers in the valleys, the minerals within the earth, and the vegetation covering its surface. It is these that we dig

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A Treaty of Friendship between India and Egypt being exchanged between tor ftvud

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A Trade Agreement between India and Yugoslavia was algae* In New Delhi on March SI. The Agreement, envisages the promotion of trade between the two countries to a much higher level and closer scientific and technical collaboration between Indian and *«goslav industrial organisations. Photo shows Mr. X. B. Lall, Joint

Nuclear Tests: W.M.O. Experts [ARTICLE]

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Nuclear Tests: W.M.O. Experts BOMBAY: Dr. S. Basu, Director-General of observatoites, arrived here last week from Geneva by an Air-ln-dia Internationa* plane after attending the Executive Committeee meeting- of the World Meteorological Organisation held at Geneva from April 17 to 30. Dr. Basu told reporters at the Santa Cruz airport

BONUS FOR BOMBAY DOCK WORKERS [ARTICLE]

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BONUS FOR BOMBAY DOCK WORKERS BOMBAY: The Bombay Stevedores Association Lunitetii and the Transport and Dock Workers' Union have entered into a five-year bonus pact. Spokesmen of the two parties to the agreement welcomed the pact and said it would Lead to greater harmony and co-opera-tion b«twe«n them. As per

Immediate Austerity Eventual Prosperity [ARTICLE]

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Immediate Austerity Eventual Prosperity India's Budget TAX BURDEN SPREAD OUT By Special Correspondent "IMMEDIATE austerity, ev- entual prosperity" is the slogan with which Finance Minister Chintaman Deshmukh appears to have introduced India's first national budget in the 1956-61 second Five-Year Plan period. Attempting to take the entire people into confidence,

Hindu Succession Bill [ARTICLE]

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Hindu Succession Bill Mother As Preferential Heir. Elevation To Class! SCHEDULES PASSED AFTER CLARIFICATION BY NEHRU NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Nehru, intervening in the clause-by-clause consideration of the Hindu su" rettsion Bill in the Lob Sabha on Monday last stated that Government was agreeable to including "the mother" in the

Relegation Of Mother To Class II—Minister Explains [ARTICLE]

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Relegation Of Mother To Class II— Minister Explains REPLYING TO THE DEBATE ON THE SCHEDULE, MR. PATASKAR SAID THAT THE JOINT COMMITTEE HAD INCLUDED THE MOTHER IN CLASS I BUT SOMEHOW, SHE WAS RELEGATED TO CLASS II BY THE RAJYA SABHA. Some people had contended that it was illogical to

Minister Pataskar On Widow's Property Rights [ARTICLE]

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Minister Pataskar On Widow's Property Rights succession in the case of female Hindus after accepting an am endment moved by Mr. C. C. Shah. The amendment changed th* order under which the propert of a female Hindu dying intc state should devolve on her re latives. The original provision ha

Order Of Succession To Hindu Property [ARTICLE]

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Order Of Succession To Hindu Property THE HOUBE THEN PABSED CLAUSES 18 T O 23. THEY RELATED TO THE ORDER OF SUCCESSION AND THE MANNER OF DISTRIBUTION AMONG HEIRS OF A FEMALE HINDU, SPECIAL PROVISIONS RESPECTING PERSONS GOVERNED BY MARUMAKKATTAYAM AND ALIYABANTANA LAWS AND MODE O F SUCCESSION OF TWO

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An Agreement between the Government of India and the United Kingdom /or the A+Mawce of Double Taxat on on Estate Duty teas signed in New Delhi on April 9, Photo «ft<ne» Mt. Marital 0. Shah, MinUttfr for Revenue and Civil Expenditure* and ff, S. Mt. Malootm MaoDonaH, High Commie* oner

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Mr> P l Vice-President of the American Federation of Labour and Congress of Industrial Organisations arrived hi New Delhi on Apr* 4, on 11-day visit to India. Mr. Reuther bete c greeted by large number of people on arrival at the Airport.

"LABOUR CAN EXIST WITHOUT CAPITAL" [ARTICLE]

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"LABOUR CAN EXIST WITHOUT CAPITAL" TRICHUR: Mr. Jagjivan Ram, Union Communication** Minister, said it waft wrong to think that capital and labour were Inseparable partners, and were Indispensable to each other. Mr. Jasjivan Rain, who was addressing workers here, «aid capital was not indispensable to labour because the latter could

Staff On Southern Railway [ARTICLE]

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Staff On Southern Railway NEW DELHI: Mr p. V. Raghavaian asked the Railway Minister in the Lok Sabha whether the staff had been increased proportionate to the increase in traffic oo the Southern Railway. The Deputy Railway Minister Mr. O.V. Alagesan, replied that staff was sanctioned according to the requirements

Decimal Coins For India: Debate In Lok Sabha [ARTICLE]

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Decimal Coins For India: Debate In Lok Sabha NEW DELHI: The Minister if or Revenue and Defence Expenditure, Mr. A. C Guha, assured the Lok Sabha on Wednesday that Government would take every measure to puplicise adequately the denominations and nomenclature of the decimal coins to be introduced from April

Family of Six Found Dead In Colmbatore [ARTICLE]

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Family of Six Found Dead In Colmbatore COlMtiAi-ujtv*;: fence last week found six dead bodies, those of a man. his wife and tour children, i n a private tutorial institute i n Rs. Puram. On a complaint that foul smc.l was emanating- from the building, Mr. v. Duralpandian, inspector of

Second Class On Indian Railways [ARTICLE]

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Second Class On Indian Railways NEW DELHI; The existing second c\ass accommodation over branch line sections w ui uc aoouaued wiui HMff nom ouiy i uus year aa w»e nisi otep lOwdiUa m\j HaiUuucilUU Wl Uivi 1.1-sv iinaii 0..-iuculo ..-iucul ttHU cao auoiiuoxx oi liiu tmru c.usa in luawixya, tnt

Delhi Assembly Not To Discuss Bill [ARTICLE]

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Delhi Assembly Not To Discuss Bill Meanwhile the Dcih4 Vidhat> Sabha adjourned sine die without discussing the Slates Ueorganisatlon Bill. The Delhi Congress Aa"embly party, meeting earlier •ast week decided not to <*»- SS thc Bin ln the Vidlian fcabha. Some of the memsto^d^t th K party are ander fciooa

States Reorganisation Bill DELAY BY A FEW MONTHS LIKELY [ARTICLE]

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States Reorganisation Bill DELAY BY A FEW MONTHS LIKELY ELECTIONS TO K POSTPONED! NEW DELHI; The Government of India's decision to- accept the demand! of a large number of members of Parliament to adjourn the Budget session by the end of tlhis month fc likely to result in the postponement

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Th^ P*™? Minister, Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru inaugurated the AH India Farmers' Council in New Delhi, on April 3. The function wan attended by a Urge number «f farmer* from various States, who were in the Capital i n connection with Second National Conventton of I" anners. Photo shows the Prime

Punjab Legislative Council May Be Dissolved [ARTICLE]

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Punjab Legislative Council May Be Dissolved JULLUNDUR; The Punjab Legislative Council of the State's bicameral legislature may have to be dissolved as a result of the integration, next October, of Punjab and PEPSU learns NAFEN. PEPSu at present is without a Legislative Council. It it stated that once the integrating

COFFEE – CURRENCY OF THE AMERICAS [ARTICLE]

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COFFEE CURRENCY OF THE AMERICAS Nu*W OKL»EANS There are iiiixny currencies ijj, use in tue wwiejn Meium^itc-i't! tne dollar tne cru^tuo, tne peso, uie coion, tne boiivar, ana uiauy otners. one 01 me most important meuiunus of exnange, However, »a not a currency at all. It is gieen conee. Last

SETHUSAMUDRAM PROJECT-FEASIBLE [ARTICLE]

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SETHUSAMUDRAM PROJECT-FEASIBLE NEW DELHI: The Sethusamudram Project Committee is understood to have recommended a site a few miles to the west of the Pamban bridge «s most suitable for the proposed Sethusamudram canal to link up the Gulf of Manoar with the Palk Strait. This recommendation, which is being examined

Expansion Of Government Test House [ARTICLE]

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Expansion Of Government Test House CALCUTTA: The first phase of the expansion of the Government Test House at Alipore has just been completed. The new three-storied building covering an area of 15,000 sq. feet, costing about Rs. 400.000, is being occupied by the Test House now. The new building will

Coal Deposits In Murree [ARTICLE]

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Coal Deposits In Murree KARACHI: Villagers of Maikot, near Murree, are using mineral coal dug up from the locality. The coal is reported to be of fairly good quality, according to information reaching here. The Geological Department of the Government of Pakistan is being approached to survey the area and

WHY PUNNING COMMISSION EMPHASISES INDUSTRIALISATION [ARTICLE]

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WHY PUNNING COMMISSION EMPHASISES INDUSTRIALISATION NEW DELHI. The Planning Commission has warned that- ''if foreign resources of thV order of Rs. 11,000,000,000 are not forthcoming, it would be necessary to restrict the growth in consumption to a correspondingly greater extent." "Indeed." the Commission says, "the postulated increase in consumption Itself

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KANCHEEPURAM: Doral (24) of Little Kancheepuram was run over by the MadrasKancheepuram Passenger, when the train was nearing the local railway station at about 9.30 p.m. on May 7 and killed on tne spot. The Chingeput railway police are investigating the circumstances of his death.

Development Of Nepal [ARTICLE]

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Development Of Nepal KATHMANILHJ: Mr Tanka r-iaaaa Anumryu, Prime Minister or we^ai, saiu Here that tie iiad verua. asMuraoce tram itKUa tnat 11 Nepal wanted revision or tne trade treaty between India and Nepal, it would not be cKincult to nave tnat. Talking to Pressmen this morning he said Ma

Promotion Of Unity [ARTICLE]

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Promotion Of Unity BAREiLiLY; Pandit G- B. toe Union Home Minister, said every vihage, town onu city must ueveiop, so tnat •aiuia uu o ia oe oig ana great. x-»Uit, v*»»o auivoo •"•'<: Ou iiia way U> IN mill Lai, ..ad a*xue**ajr a imcun K of ot. uie uxi o

Tragic End Of Worker [ARTICLE]

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Tragic End Of Worker KURNOOL: Dastagir (25), a worker died of electric shock last week at the petrol bunk In the municipal bus stand. It is stated that he was sleeping outside and as there were some showers at dawn he crawled underneath the wooden bunk for taking shelter. When

Film Star To Revive Punjabi Stage [ARTICLE]

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Film Star To Revive Punjabi Stage JULLUNDUR: Balraj Sahni, a noted film star who gained stardom in Bimal Roy's "Do Bigha Zamin," pians to settle down In tae Punjab, his home province. This was disclosed here by Mrs. Sahni. She is on an exploratory visit here to discover what possibilities

M.L.A. CATCHES A BURGLAR [ARTICLE]

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M.L.A. CATCHES A BURGLAR HYDERABAD: A borglar was caught last week by a Member of the Hyderabad Legislative Assembly while he was walking away In broad day light with a bay containing valuables from the quarters of another MJLA. Mr. Sharaa Gowda, M.L.A., saw a crowd giving chase to the

MEDICAL COUNCIL ELECTIONS [ARTICLE]

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MEDICAL COUNCIL ELECTIONS MADRAS: The Government of India have clarified certain points regarding the election of a member to the Medical Council of India in 1986. A member not domiciled in a State cannot stand for. election in that State but he can vote in the election held, under the

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J? New De °W» on March SQ. Xft ft ftiSr*^* Co«vm<««|>i«»r /or 4tw(.

Organisation Of Refugee Artisans [ARTICLE]

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Organisation Of Refugee Artisans CALCUTTA; A central organisation for the rehabilitation of refugee artisans at Jalpalguri, by development of new Industries based oq locally available raw materials, has been sanctioned by the Central Rehabilitation Ministry at an estimated coat of Rs. 150,--000. Initially, the Central Organisation wifc undertake production of

Ceylon's New Govt. [ARTICLE]

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Ceylon's New Govt. PREMIER MINISTERS TAKE PART IN MAY DAY RALLIES Warning To Disruptive And Anti-National Elements COLOMBO: May Day rallies this year were by far the biggest ever seen in Ceylon. llhe biggest crowds, ever seen in Ceylon, took part in tthe celebrations. For 'he first time this year

CAPITALIST SYSTEM STILL REMAINS-Gunewardene's Warning [ARTICLE]

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CAPITALIST SYSTEM STILL REMAINS-Gunewardene's Warning Mr. Philip Gunewardene, Minister of Agriculture and Food addressing the May DUy Rally said the UHr had been given the "coup de grace" but he reminded them that thd capitalist system yet remained. Hence he said the capitalists would try to rear their heads one*

Opposition-Defines Stand [ARTICLE]

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Opposition-Defines Stand A crowd estimated nearly 10,000 was present at the NLSSP-OP May Day rally at the Galle Face Greea. The meeting was preceded by a demon»ti]a t ion when nearly 10,000 workers marched through the streets c T Colombo. Dr. N. M. Perera who presided at the meeting said

Creates History [ARTICLE]

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Creates History the Harbour and Dock Workers' Union. Mr. Hector Wljethunge. Secretary of the MBP Youth League and Mr. D. Peter Silva, Secretary of the Lanka Jatika Kamkaru Sangatnaya also spoke. nouncement that it wilt reduce the price of rice and sugar restore the free mid-day meal to school-children and

SHUTDOWN IN U.S. MOTOR FACTORIES [ARTICLE]

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SHUTDOWN IN U.S. MOTOR FACTORIES NEW YORK. May 14— Labour leaders here are predicting an even gloomier future for the American motor car industry hi which more than 500,000 workers were idle over the weekend because ofshutdowns in factories throughout the country.

May Day On Slave Island [ARTICLE]

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May Day On Slave Island THE CEYLON MERCANTILE UNION WELCOMED AT ITS MAY DAY RALLY AT OE MEL PARK, SLAVE ISLAND. THE OVERTHROW OF T H E U.N.P. GOVERNMENT "AND ITS REPLACEMENT BY A GOVERNMENT THAT HAS UNDERTAKEN TO REMOVE THE INJUSTICES PERPETRATED UNDER THE U.N.P. REGIME, TO ROOT OUT

GOLD COAST'S INDEPENDENCE [ARTICLE]

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GOLD COAST'S INDEPENDENCE NEW YORK: Gold Coast expects to announce its formal Independence on March 6, 1907. This was disclosed here by Mr. Klma AgbeU Obedemah, the Gold Coast Finance Minister, who is now here to negotiate a World Bank loan for the Volta project. The constitutional negotiations now in

Aluminium Smelter For Hirakud [ARTICLE]

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Aluminium Smelter For Hirakud NEW DELHI: The Minister for Industrial Development, Mr. M. M. Shah, told Dr. Raghubir Sinha hi the Rajya Sabha, that the Indian Aluminium Company, Calcutta, had been granted a licence to install a 10,000--ton aluminium smelter at Hirakud in collaboration with Messrs. Aluminium Laboratories, Montreal. The

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ARMS FOR ARABS [ARTICLE]

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ARMS FOR ARABS CAIRO, May 14. An Egyptian official said yesterday a joint Arab military committee will be formed soon to organise the production «rf munition factories in the Arab world.— A. P.

Britain Recognises Marshall's Moderate Demands [ARTICLE]

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Britain Recognises Marshall's Moderate Demands WOODROW WYATT BACKGROUND TO SINGAPORE TALKS BUT WHAT IS THE SNAG: «r lONDON, May 14— Reaching an agreement with the newly elected Government of Malaya was comparatively straightforward. Although the Communist guerilla* are still waging bandit warfare in the jungle and hil'.s, the population of

Fresh Fighting In Constantine-Six Dead [ARTICLE]

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Fresh Fighting In Constantine-Six Dead f^!L ST ?*n* aS A1 crla M *y U.— Fresh fighting broke »V 'li^ J^ h <* Constantine tent night, leading 0!.%* u* dead and four wounded. Nationalist terror raids on the city on Saturday resulted In 19 deaths. The Constantiue area has been a

QUEEN'S MESSAGE TO YOUTH [ARTICLE]

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QUEEN'S MESSAGE TO YOUTH LONDON. May 14.- Queen fc;luarx:tri. in a message to tnc youtn or Britain and tne Commonwealtn, J^mpire Youtn Sunday, cajled on inem to snow tne courage, wisdom and toverauce wnicn tne world so sorely needs.' une <^ueen sent greetings to tcn s ot tiiousanus ot youiig

DUKE LOSES POLO MATCH [ARTICLE]

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DUKE LOSES POLO MATCH LONDON, May 14.— The Duke of Edinburgh was <>n the losing team, f° r the second week in succession yesterday ns his poo dub was beaten 6—3. Hi s Grace scored one ual and missed several shots. A.P.

H-TEST AGAIN POSTPONED [ARTICLE]

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H-TEST AGAIN POSTPONED AJBOARD US6 MT. MCKINUEY, May 14.— Weather experts who last night postponed the "Shot Cherokee" H-bomb test for the seventh time to Wednesday morning- today Indicated unfavourable winds probably would cause another deUty to Thursday.- A.P.

ROYAL WEDDING [ARTICLE + ILLUSTRATION]

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ROYAL WEDDING PRINCESS ELIZABETH OF LUXEMBOURG, 3J, and her bridegroom, PRINCE FRANZ FERDINAND VON HOHENBERG, tB, arm-in-arm after th> vr marriage at Notre Dame Cathedral, Luxembourg, on May 9. She is the eldest daughter of the ruling Grand Duchess o.f Luxembourg and her Con»ort, Prnce Felix. He fa the Grandson

I LIKE MALAYANS -SOENARNO [ARTICLE]

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I LIKE MALAYANS -SOENARNO President Sukarno told pressmen la Singapore yesteruay: "We are going to America 401 a goodwill visit to promote more. friendly relations between file Republic of Indonesia Md the united States ox America." He added; "I like the Singapore people, the Malayan people. I like the people

NATIONALISATION HALTED IN AUSTRIA [ARTICLE]

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NATIONALISATION HALTED IN AUSTRIA VIENNA, j«ay 14.—Chancellor Julius Raabs Conservative Peoples party has won *n Austria's national ejection. *ie immediately proclaimed a stop on further nationalisation 01 industry. Tnat was the big issue in yesterday's election whicn was a close contest between Conservatives and Socialists, who demanded more nationalisation. Extreme

BR. A-TEST TOMORROW [ARTICLE]

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BR. A-TEST TOMORROW MELBOURNE, May 14.— Britain's atomic explosion teat in the Montebello Islands off northwest Australia will take place on Wednesday given favourable weather It was learned here today.- Reuter

INCIDENTS IN ALGERIA [ARTICLE]

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INCIDENTS IN ALGERIA CQNSTANTINE, May 14.— Six peop.e were killed and four wounded last night according to first reports In fresh Inddents in the East Algerian city of Constaotine.- Reuter

SOEKARNO'S GOODWILL VISIT TO UNITED STATES [ARTICLE]

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SOEKARNO'S GOODWILL VISIT TO UNITED STATES No Bu«ine*« Talks On The Agenda WASHINGTON, May 14— Dr. Soekarno, President of Indonesia, arrives here aboard President Eisenhower's personal plan e next Wednesday tor a State visit which will be nis hrst-ever joinney to tne Western world. So far, according to officials here,

CIRCUS ELEPHANT DIES IN U.S. [ARTICLE]

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CIRCUS ELEPHANT DIES IN U.S. NEW YORK, May 14.— An ailing elephant named Emily toppled over dead on a Manhattan Street last night while hurrying to catch a circus train to Boston. The 3,000-pound! animeu was one of 46 Kingltaxg Bros, and Barna m Bailey elephants being led to the

NEW SCHOOL FOR SEGAMAT [ARTICLE]

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NEW SCHOOL FOR SEGAMAT His Highness the Tungku Mahkota of Johore, accompanied by his Secretary, the President of Religious Affairs, Johore, the District Officer and the Assistant District Officer, Segamat, on Sunday, officially declared open the 150,000-dollar new Convent School building, Segamat, before a forge gathering of community leaders and

Malayan Helicops For Cyprus? Gen. Bourne's Anticipation [ARTICLE]

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Malayan Helicops For Cyprus? Gen. Bourne's Anticipation lieat. General 'Sir Geoff r< Mmm. Federation. of Malaya, y. to +me*>n mM fcea of Koyai .^unpur, aad paM them warm Co tie fiftat ngnftrt Uamwo i He told them that, although the role of the Royal Air force in Malaya was priccirally

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