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Prespectives

Prespectives
'Too Late, Too Little' S R Sen Non-resident Indians in business or service, while working in other countries, are second to none in efficiency, but in their own country they are usually frustrated...
Heartland and Borderland S R Sen If the contagion of the political upheavals caused by centripetal forces now convulsing the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia should spread to India, the results would be...
Muslim Women's Rights Goals and Strategy of Reform Iqbal A Ansari The premise for a uniform civil code for all citizens of India is the obsessive desire for uniformity rather than social justice and...
Indigenous Social Science Project Some Political Implications Sarah Joseph THE notion of an indigenous social science, or sciences, which could serve as a successor science to Western, 'mainstream'...
Parties Rajendra Prasad Can the task of interpreting Marx be left only to those who have become theorists by virtue of their control over the communist party apparatus?
Bangladesh: Retrospect and Prospect S R Sen A time has come, after more than four decades of painful trial and error, for Bangladesh (and some other countries of this region) to consider very...
Reforming Our System of Government S R Sen The need for reform of our present system of government so as to make it more stable, responsible and responsive and to alter the trend towards extreme...
Macro-economic adjustment to deal with a balance of payments problem such as India faces today embodies in it an inherent inequity: a large number of those who did not benefit from the original...
Electoral System: Urgency of Basic Reforms S R Sen The report of the Committee on Electoral Reforms appointed by the V P Singh government and the four bills introduced in parliament pursuant to the...
Biswamoy Pati With the system's terror against women intensifying, it is high time the Left parties debated the issue thoroughly instead of dismissing it as a 'law and order' problem or as...
Reflections on Birati Rape Cases Gender Ideology in Bengal Tanika Sarkar If the original socialist critiques of bourgeois decadence also included a critique of modern patriarchy, then by now, and...
The difficulties in interpreting the writings of Marx has led to a bewildering variety of forms and a large body of knowledge has been created over the past century and a half. Of necessity Marxism...
Planning Commission as a Constitutional Body H K Paranjape THE question whether the Planning Commission should be merely a body created by an executive order of the government of India, or it should...
had in a letter dated May 7,1979, addressed to Maulana Muhammad Yusuf, president of the Jamate-Islami, stated: "I am pleased to inform you that a formal decision has already been taken with regard...
Indira Gandhi and Indian Muslims A G Noorani No doubt Indira Gandhi's commitment to secularism was genuine as were her commitments to democratic values and to the socialist ideal. But after 1969...

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