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Journalist as Political Analyst

Journalist as Political Analyst Girja Kumar India, the Critical Years by Kuldip Nayar; Vikas Publications, Delhi, IT is a reflection on the state of political science in India that there are so few studies of political behaviour in this country. There is an equal dearth of shrewd political analysts in the world of journalism. The special features of the Indian political scene have, therefore, to be savoured m bits and parts through the coloured glasses of foreign academicians and newspapermen.

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 ly the same as those that trouble the student generation all over the world. These are basically the factors arising from a desire to form and live in a better society. The propaganda about democracy, equality and justice has taken deep roots in the young generations' mind all over the world, parti- cularly because younger generations tend to be more idealistic and sensitive. If one may add, the process of ageing after all is nothing but the acceptance
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