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Letters
On EPW WE write in response to Dharma Kumar's letter (August 3-10). We are pleased to note that by publishing her letter and responding to it in the same column, you have continued to treat your...
On EPW I WRITE in support of some of the observations made by Dharma Kumar in her letter (EPW, August 3-10). I also knew Sachin Chaudhuri, perhaps not as well as Dharma Kumar, but well enough to...
On EPW I WRITE in support of some of the observations made by Dharma Kumar in her letter (EPW, August 3-10). I also knew Sachin Chaudhuri, perhaps not as well as Dharma Kumar, but well enough to...
On EPW DHARMA KUMAR's main charge against EPW (August 3-10) is that it has been hegemonised by a group of Marxists who have tried to convert it into a party journal, restricting debate to doctrinal...
Danger from MNCs WITH the liberalisation of our economy, the threat to national institutions from multinational corporations (MNCs) has increased significantly. Apart from financial clout, MNCs have...
Danger from MNCs WITH the liberalisation of our economy, the threat to national institutions from multinational corporations (MNCs) has increased significantly. Apart from financial clout, MNCs have...
Towards Consensual Politics SOME of Ajit Roy's remarks (June 15) have proved to be prophetic. There is no one party or coalition with an absolute majority. The largest single party, Con- gress(l)...
Biased Interpretations THE main point of the authors, Geetha and Rajadurai (EPW, June 29), seems to be that a party (DMK) which, with all its shortcomings, was trying to uphold 'anti- Brahminism'...
Biased Interpretations THE main point of the authors, Geetha and Rajadurai (EPW, June 29), seems to be that a party (DMK) which, with all its shortcomings, was trying to uphold 'anti- Brahminism'...

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