V.V. Giri: The Labour Leader

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Anmol Publications, 1992 - India - 277 pages
V.V. Giri, A Prominent Congressman Played A Dominant Role In The Freedom Movement Of Our Sub-Continent. He Had Been Trade Union Leader And Always Supported Their Demands Having Deep Linkage With Their Welfare. Through His Speeches, Writings And Mass Contact Programmes He Fought For Their Welfare Schemes And Greatly Succeeded In His Mission. As A Minister In Tamil Nadu And As The President Of India, He Showed His Superb Administrative Capability.The Work Deals With His Long Political Career, Deep Devotion And Suffering For The Achievement Of Independence And His Vision For Several Schemes Of Development Having Bearing On The Socio-Economic Life On The Masses Of Our Subcontinent.

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Contents

Early Career
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Labour Problems
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Social Change
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