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Calcutta 1981

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Jean Racine

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3.1.

The relative economic importance of Eastern India for some key productions

60

3.2.

Income tax and industrial loans: a comparison between five major Indian States

81

3.3.

The four great Indian metropolises. Some basic data in 1971 and 1981

83

3.4.

Importance and relative decline of Calcutta as a financial centre

84

3.5.

Importance and absolute decline of Calcutta as a port

84

5.1.

Housing and population in million cities (1971)

133

5.2.

Land utilization in Calcutta (1963)

144

6.1.

Net and natural growth rate of Calcutta city and surroundings 1971-1978

163

6.2.

Immigrants to Calcutta born outside West Bengal (1961-1971)

165

6.3.

Immigrants to Calcutta born in other districts of West Bengal (1961-1971)

168

6.4.

Single-membered households in Calcutta (1961-1975)

168

6.5.

Emigrants from Calcutta to the West Bengal (1961-1971)

169

6.6.

Growth of population in and around Calcutta city (1961-1971)

171

6.7.

Growth of population in the Metropolitan District localities which received the status of "town" in 1971 (1951-1971)

173

7.1.

Offices, deposits and advances of all scheduled commercial banks, (December 1972)

176

7.2.

Traffic at selected ports, 1970-1971

176

7.3.

Manufacturing industries in India, 1970 177 10.2.

177

7.4.

West Bengal industries as percentage to all India total (1970)

177

7.5.

Offices, deposits and advances of all scheduled commercial banks of Calcutta and Bombay (December 1972)

178

7.6.

Volume of cargo handled in 1970-71 at Calcutta and Bombay

178

7.7.

Manufacturing industries in India, 1970

179

7.8.

West Bengal and Maharashtra industries as percentages to all India total, 1970

180

7.9.

Traffic at Calcutta and Bombay ports, 1930-31

181

7.10

Manufacturing industries in India, 1935

182

7.11

Bengal and Bombay industries as percentages to all India total, 1935

183

C. 1

Recent progress in Calcutta Port

192

D. 1.

Delays in implementation of power plants in West Bengal. A few examples.

204

D. 2.

The relative degradation of the power-installed capacity in Eastern India

206

D. 3.

The dull prospect of the energy crisis in West Bengal for 1979-1989

207

8.1.

The employment situation of the population in age group 15 to 59 in the C.M.D. in 1977

210

8.2.

Index number of employment in the organized sector in some selected States

211

9.1.

Average of crimes in cities (1961-75) and labour unrest in corresponding States (1961-1974)

247

9.2.

Years of more than average incidence of crimes and labour unrest since 1961

248

9.3.

Thefts in cities (per thousand inhabitants)

253

9.4.

Robberies in cities (per lakh inhabitants)

253

9.5.

Murders in cities (per lakh inhabitants)

254

9.6.

Riots in cities (per lakh inhabitants)

254

9.7.

Man-days lost in States ((1961-74)

255

10.1.

Administrative units in the Calcutta Metropolitan District 1971-1981

284

10.2.

CMDA Five-year investment programme 1978-79to 1982-83

308,309

10.3.

CMDA year-wise expenditure on each sector 1969-70to 1981-82

310,311

H. 1.

A Calcutta slum in figures: Manicktala bustee

317

H. 2.

The improvement of a slum: a few figures on Chetla bustee

321

11.1.

Availability and demand for electricity in the Metropolitan District of Calcutta, 1978-1983

336

11.2.

Export and import at Calcutta Port, 1971-1978

339

12.1.

Population growth rates of Calcutta Metropolitan District 1921-1981

353

12.2.

Participation ratio of labour in West Bengal and Calcutta

365

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