ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Vol XXXII No 37 September 13, 1997 Re-emergence of Janata Dal in Karnataka From its fall from power in 1989 to its re-emergence in 1994 and its success in the General Elections in 1996, the Janata Dal is a classic illustration of how party machines evolve. The party put together a workable class and caste formula to fashion a credible ideological identity and checkmate the Congress machine. The first of a series of studies on the General Elections 1996. 2335 Private Power: British Experience The progress of the British privatisation programme initiated in the late 1970s has not been entirely smooth. Are there lessons for India? 2350 Rewriting Caste Equations If the BJP, conscious of the changing mood in the country towards dalits, co-operates with the BSP in Uttar Pradesh, the alliance may well alter caste equations in the Hindi heartland prompting a rewriting of the political script. 2313 Shaky Rupee?

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