Bread and the Ballot

A View from New Delhi . New Haven , Conn . , 1969 . Deshmukh , C. D. The Course of My Life . Delhi , 1974 . Dutt , S. With Nehru in the Foreign Office . Calcutta , 1977 . Eisenhower , Dwight D. The White House Years : Mandate for Change ...

Author: Dennis Merrill

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 0807819204

Category: History

Page: 282

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Drawing on recently declassified government documents, Merrill examines U.S. foreign economic policy toward India from its independence to President Kennedy's assassination. He considers the politics, ideology, and functioning of the large economic assistance effort in India, and also provides insights into the failures of U.S. economic strategies in the Third World during the Cold War. According to Merrill, rapid growth of aid to nonaligned India began during the Eisenhower Administration, which declared the policy of the United States to convince "people in the less developed areas that there is a way of life by which they can have bread and the ballot." The volume also includes Indian views on relevant economic and political issues. ISBN 0-8078-1920-4: $39.95.
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Federalism in India

The RSS: A View to the Inside. New Delhi: Penguin Random House. Andhra Pradesh High Court. 2004. Ranga Reddy District Sarpanches' Association v. Government of Andhra Pradesh. (accessed 5 February ...

Author: M P Singh

Publisher: SAGE Publishing India

ISBN: 9789354790164

Category: Political Science

Page: 320

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Federalism in India offers a comprehensive neo-institutional analysis of the Indian federal system with a global comparative perspective. Beginning as a variant of the Commonwealth parliamentary federal model, India has adopted some unique features of its own as well as charted a course that, in some respects, makes it notably different from Commonwealth countries such as Canada and Australia. To understand and analyse the Indian federal system, this book examines the origins and footprints of the federal form of government in North America, Western Europe, Asia and Africa. It goes on to discuss its origins in history and contemporary politics. It further examines the core institutional sites of federalism such as political federalism, fiscal federalism, ancillary federal features including federal structures, federal infrastructures, federal ecosystem and judicial federalism. This book underlines the value of federalism for complex and diverse societies like India as a condition for the success of democracy and the unity of the nation.
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War and Nationalism in South Asia

Mehta, Gita, Snakes and Ladders: A View of Modern India (London: Secker & Warburg, 1997). Mehta, Uday Singh, Liberalism and Empire: India in British Liberal Thought (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1999). Menon, Nivedita and Aditya ...

Author: Marcus Franke

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134074242

Category: Political Science

Page: 240

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This book presents and analyses the oldest sub-national war of postcolonial South Asia, between the Indian state and the Nagas of Northeast India. It offers a serious and thorough political history on the Naga region over three periods, pre-colonial, colonial, and post-colonial. Drawing on a wealth of primary sources and comparative and theoretical literature, Marcus Franke demonstrates that agency and identity-formation are an on-going process that neither started nor ended with colonialism. Although the interaction of the local population with colonialism produced a Naga national élite, it was the emergence of the Indian political class, with access to superior means of nation and state-building, that was able to undertake the modern Indo-Naga war. This war firmly made the Nagas into a 'nation' and that set them onto the road to independence. War and Nationalism in South Asia fundamentally revises our understanding of the existing 'histories' of the Nagas by exposing them to be influenced by colonial or post-colonial narratives of domination. Furthermore, by placing the region into the longue durée of state formation with its involved technique of imperial rule, the book presents a new approach to the study of nationalism and war in South Asia in general. This book will be of interest to students and scholars of politics, history, anthropology and South Asian studies.
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Matchmaking in Middle Class India

Caste and Agrarian Class: A View from Bihar. The Problem of Caste, 129–140. Orient BlackSwan: New Delhi. Chuki, Sonam. 2014. Marriage in Bhutan. In Marrying in South Asia: Shifting Concepts, Changing Practices in a Globalising World.

Author: Parul Bhandari

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811515996

Category: Social Science

Page: 188

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This book is an extensive and thorough exploration of the ways in which the middle class in India select their spouse. Using the prism of matchmaking, this book critically unpacks the concept of the 'modern' and traces the importance of moralities and values in the making of middle class identities, by bringing to the fore intersections and dynamics of caste, class, gender, and neoliberalism. The author discusses a range of issues: romantic relationships among youth, use of online technology and of professional services like matrimonial agencies and detective agencies, encounters of love and heartbreak, impact of experiences of pain and humiliation on spouse-selection, and the involvement of family in matchmaking. Based on this comprehensive account, she elucidates how the categories of 'love' and 'arranged' marriages fall short of explaining, in its entirety and essence, the contemporary process of spouse-selection in urban India. Though the ethnographic research has been conducted in India, this book is of relevance to social scientists studying matchmaking practices, youth cultures, modernity and the middle class in other societies, particularly in parts of Asia. While being based on thorough scholarship, the book is written in accessible language to appeal to a larger audience.
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Utopian Universities

Behaviour: A Case Study of Jawaharlal Nehru University (New Delhi: Concept, 1982), 30. 17 D. Bannerjee, '25 Years of JNU: Betrayal after a Promising Start', in JNU: the years, ed. Lochan, 36. 18 'JNSU: Resolution on Admission Policy' ...

Author: Miles Taylor

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350138650

Category: History

Page: 424

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In a remarkable decade of public investment in higher education, some 200 new university campuses were established worldwide between 1961 and 1970. This volume offers a comparative and connective global history of these institutions, illustrating how their establishment, intellectual output and pedagogical experimentation sheds light on the social and cultural topography of the long 1960s. With an impressive geographic coverage - using case studies from Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia - the book explores how these universities have influenced academic disciplines and pioneered new types of teaching, architectural design and student experience. From educational reform in West Germany to the establishment of new institutions with progressive, interdisciplinary curricula in the Commonwealth, the illuminating case studies of this volume demonstrate how these universities shared in a common cause: the embodiment of 'utopian' ideals of living, learning and governance. At a time when the role of higher education is fiercely debated, Utopian Universities is a timely and considered intervention that offers a wide-ranging, historical dimension to contemporary predicaments.
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Non discrimination and Equality in India

Mathur, M. L. (2004) Encyclopedia of Backward Castes: Mandal, Media and Aftermath, New Delhi: Kalpaz Publications. Mazrui, Kim Forde (2004) ... Michael, S. M. (1999a) 'Dalit Vision of Just Society in India', in S. M. Michael (ed.) ...

Author: Vidhu Verma

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136515019

Category: Political Science

Page: 272

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Social Justice is a concept familiar to most Indians but one whose meaning is not always understood as it signifies a variety of government strategies designed to enhance opportunities for underprivileged groups. By tracing the trajectory of social justice from the colonial period to the present, this book examines how it informs ideas, practices and debates on discrimination and disadvantage today. After outlining the historical context for reservations for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes that began under British colonial rule, the book examines the legal and moral strands of demands raised by newer groups since 1990. In addition the book shows how the development of quota policies has been significantly influenced by the nature and operation of democracy in India. It describes the recent proliferation of quota demands for reservations in higher education, private sector and for women and religious minorities in legislative assemblies. The book goes on to argue that while proliferation of demands address unequal incidence of poverty, deprivation and inequalities across social groups and communities, care has to be taken to ensure that existing justifications for quotas for discriminated groups due to caste hierarchies are not undermined. Providing a rich historical background to the subject, the book is a useful contribution to the study on the evolution of multiple conceptions of social justice in contemporary India.
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Press in India

2138 VIDHI SAHAYAKAM , New Delhi 2139 VIDYUT BHARATI , New Delhi 2140 VYART , New Delhi 2141 WARDEN ( THE ) , New Delhi 2142 WATER POWER , New Delhi 2143 WORLD FAIRS GUIDES , New Delhi 2144 WORLD VIEW , New Delhi 2145 WORLD IN CLASSROOM ...



ISBN: UOM:39015035411407

Category: Indic newspapers


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Reports for 1958-1970 include catalogues of newspapers published in each state and Union Territory.
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Land Dispossession and Everyday Politics in Rural Eastern India

Paper presented at the Asian Creativity in Culture and Technology Conference in Trondheim, Norway, 13– 15 November. ———. 2008d. ... New Delhi: Orient Longman. ... Talking Dirty about Politics: A View from a Bengali Village. In The ...

Author: Kenneth Bo Nielsen

Publisher: Anthem Press

ISBN: 9781783087495

Category: Social Science

Page: 234

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Over the past decade India has witnessed a number of land wars that have centred crucially on the often forcible transfer of land from small farmers or indigenous groups to private companies. Among these, the land war that erupted in Singur, West Bengal, in 2006, went on to make national headlines and become paradigmatic of many of the challenges and social conflicts that arise when a state-led policy of swiftly transferring land to private sector companies encounters resistance on the ground. Land Dispossession and Everyday Politics in Rural Eastern India analyses the movement by Singur’s so-called unwilling farmers to retain and reclaim their farmland. By foregrounding the everyday politics of popular mobilization, the book sheds new light on the movement’s internal politics as well as on contentious issues rooted in everyday caste, class and gender relations.
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Modi and the Reinvention of Indian Foreign Policy

Adeney, K. and Sáez, L. (eds) (2005) Coalition Politics and Hindu Nationalism, London and New York: Routledge. Advani, L. K. (2010) My Country, My Life, New Delhi: Rupa. AIUMB (All India Ulama and Mashaikh Board) (2017) Vision, ...

Author: Hall, Ian

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781529204636

Category: Political Science

Page: 224

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Narendra Modi’s energetic personal diplomacy and promise to make India a ‘leading power’, made soon after his landslide election victory in May 2014, surprised many analysts. Most had predicted that his government would concentrate on domestic issues, on the growth and development demanded by Indian voters, and that he lacked necessary experience in international relations. Instead, Modi’s time in office saw a concerted attempt to reinvent Indian foreign policy by replacing inherited understandings of its place in the world with one drawn largely from Hindu nationalist ideology. This book explores the drivers of this reinvention, arguing it arose from a combination of elite conviction and electoral calculation, and the impact it had on India’s international relations under Modi.
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Politics Ideology and Nationalism

The Brotherhood in Saffron: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Hindu Revivalism. New Delhi: Vistaar Publications, 1987. ———. The RSS: A View to the Inside. New Delhi: Penguin Viking, 2018. Anderson, Benedict.

Author: Bidyut Chakrabarty

Publisher: Sage Publications Pvt. Limited

ISBN: 9789353883867

Category: Political Science

Page: 312

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Politics, Ideology and Nationalism: Jinnah, Savarkar and Ambedkar versus Gandhi is a new argument based on familiar historical evidences. It discusses three leaders—Savarkar, Ambedkar and Jinnah—in their opposition to Gandhiboth in terms of ideology as well as social and political discourse. Although there are biographical works and other notable publications on them, none of these attempt to engage in contrasting their ideology and practices on a common platform. This book examines Gandhi and Savarkar–Ambedkar–Jinnah’s commonality of opposition and their differing ideas of modernity. All three of them saw Gandhi as the biggest hurdle to the projects that they conceived. The book explores how these differences went beyond politics and shaped the contours of Indian politics during the 1930s and 1940s, and continue to affect it even today.
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