Second revisit of the NICIL controversy (Part I)

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I do not care to know your various theories about God. What is the use of discussing all the subtle doctrines about the soul? Do good and be good.  And this will take you to freedom and to whatever truth there is.


In last week’s column, I mentioned that I had done an analysis of the operations of NICIL and had concluded that NICIL is not a public corporation as there was no evidence that an order was issued under the Public Corporations Act 1988 deeming it as such.

A few days ago, a professional colleague gave me a photocopy of a notification dated 18 July 2000 in which Section 5 of the Act, dealing with the vesting of movable and immovable property of the State, was deemed to apply to NICIL. …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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