Report on labour conditions in India by A. A. Purcell

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Published by Trades Union Congress General Council in London .

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  • Labor -- India.,
  • Labor unions -- India.,
  • Working class -- India.

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Statementby A. A. Purcell, M.P. and J. Hallsworth (British Trades Union Congress Delegation to India) November 1927 to March 1928.
ContributionsHallsworth, Joseph, 1884-, British Trades Union Congress Delegation to India., Trades Union Congress. General Council.
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Pagination66,[2]p. :
Number of Pages66
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Open LibraryOL20859009M

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Census of India, defined work as an economically gainful activity, and as a result of this, ninety percent of women are recorded as non-worker in the census report of Indian states.

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