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Vernacular Writings on the Sikhs

Vernacular Writings on the Sikhs The Other Sikhs: A View from Eastern India by Himadri Banerjee; Manohar Books, New Delhi, 2004; K L TUTEJA The book under review is a study of the writings on the Sikhs published in three vernacular languages of eastern India, viz, Bengali, Oriya and Assamese from the middle of the 19th century to the end of colonial rule in 1947. The author, Himadri Banerjee

Communalism and Fundamentalism-A Dangerous Form of Anti-Democratic Politics

desirable. Other obsessions have emerged strikingly so with a looming world economic depression. Also, the EC is preoccupied with the implications of a larger market for 1993. The expeditious reunification of Germany has generated, with consequences unforeseeable, a mighty hegemonic force not only within the EC but within the world economy. One that already stands in bold confrontation
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