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On Birati, the CPI(M) and Tradition in Bengal Brinda Karat AT a time when the formation of broad political alliances is an issue of debate in the women's movement, critiques of differing ideologies...
women belonging to the minority community. Has there been any change in their status, in their self-image in the last decade in relation to the socially dominant classes as well as within the family...
GOPAL GURU (EPW, February 16) com- ments disapprovingly on the attempts of 'Hindu communal forces' to 'Hinduise' Ambedkar for the "subsequent assimilation of dalits into Hindu fold". Guru's...
Rethinking Working-Class History Dipesh Chakrabarty Amiya sagare sinan karite sakali garal bheta
Of Maltova Mothers and Other Stories MSS Pandian Anandhi S A R Venkatachalapathy Another element in his [Periyar's] rationalist message was his campaign against the oppression of women. He...
Increase in India's Growth Rate R Nagaraj BHARGAVA AND JOSHI [1990] (hereafter B-J) have offered a tentative explanation for the improved growth rate of India's GDP since 1975-76 (or 1980-81),...
Academic Definitions, Pointless Prescriptions Sujit K Das IT is disappointing to see that academic exercises on health issues are mostly based on theories and concepts relevant to Western societies...
Misreading 'Militant Hinduism' J V Deshpande A DISCONCERTING feature of a good part of the recent writings on the increasing dangers of cornmunalism or more specifically, the 'rising tide of...
as an Exporter of Services', The World Bank Economic Review, Vol 2, No 2, Katouzian, H (1970), 'The Development of the 'Service Sector: A New Approach', Oxford Economic Papers, Vol 22, pp 362-82'

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