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Indian Review Of Books

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ISBN : UOM:39015066173033
Genre : India
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Indian Review Of Life Sciences

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ISBN : UIUC:30112086592349
Genre : Biology
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Social Movements In India

Author : Ghanshyam Shah
ISBN : 9788132119777
Genre : Social Science
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Social movements primarily take the form of non-institutionalised collective political action which strive for political and/or social change. While India has witnessed many such movements over the centuries, it is only recently that scholars have begun to study them in depth. This thoroughly revised and updated version of a seminal book critically examines and reviews the literature concerning social movements in India from 1857 to the present. In the process he discusses the theoretical issues raised by various scholars while analysing major trends in different movements. In conclusion, he suggests areas for future research.


Author : Ian Buruma
ISBN : 0940322943
Genre : History
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How can we understand India today, fifty years after Independence and only months after its nuclear tests outraged the world? The novelist Arundhati Roy has written, specially for this collection, a fierce denunciation of the Indian nuclear program, which serves as an introduction to nine essays on India, all originally published in The New York Review of Books. In this volume, seven distinguished writers offer penetrating insights into the complexities of the subcontinent. Roderick MacFarquhar reflects on the legacy of Empire and Partition, Ian Buruma considers secularism and Indian democracy, Pankaj Mishra remembers life in Benares, and Christopher de Bellaigue writes on a violent Bombay. But the volatile intersections of history, politics, and culture on which they focus haunt Indian literature too, as shown in essays by Nobel Prize-winner Amartya Sen on Rabindranath Tagore, Hilary Mantel on Rohinton Mistry, and Anita Desai on Indian women's writing.

London Review Of Books

Author : Jane Hindle
ISBN : 185984121X
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Erudite, witty and often controversial, The London Review of Books informs and entertains its readers with a fortnightly dose of the best and liveliest of all things cultural. This anthology brings together some of the most memorable pieces from recent years, includes Alan Bennett's Diary, Christopher Hitchens on Bill Clinton's presidency, Terry Castle's hotly-debated reading of Jane Austen's letters, Jerry Fodor taking issue with Richard Dawkins on evolution, Victor Kiernan on treason, Jenny Diski musing on death, Stephen Frears' adventures in Hollywood, Linda Colley on Nancy Reagan, Frank Kermode on Paul de Man and much much more.

Truth Tales

Author : Kali for Women (Organization)
ISBN : 155861012X
Genre : Fiction
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This collection of stories about women in Indian life contains tales about Tiny's granny--a woman who has no name of her own, a doctor who tries to hide her smoking from her mother-in-law, and an elder woman who talks to herself

Indian Year Book

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ISBN : NYPL:33433082329594
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Author : Stanley Wolpert
ISBN : 9780520260320
Genre : History
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Praise for previous editions: “To all of us who delightedly and sometimes repetitively call ourselves Old India hands, Stanley Wolpert is the acknowledged authority. This book tells why. Indian history, art, culture, and contemporary politics are here in accurate, wide-ranging, and lucid prose."—John Kenneth Galbraith “Wolpert understands India. . . . . Fluent, wide-ranging and often wise, this volume is a useful addition to a shelf of books on India.”—Washington Post Book World “A superb distillation of a lifetime's learning by UCLA's great historian of India. Refreshingly concrete and detailed, [and] vibrantly written, Wolpert's overview repeatedly succeeds at explaining a culture that gave us little things like the decimal system, chess, cotton cloth, meditation, and two religions called Buddhism and Hinduism.”—Philadelphia Inquirer “If one were to read a single book about India in a lifetime, this should be it.”—Library Journal

A Review Of Taxonomy Of Indian Termites

Author : Om Bahadur Chhotani
ISBN : MINN:31951T00197333O
Genre : Insects
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Review Of Soil Research In India

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924001507452
Genre : Soils
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