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Year: 1999


xviii + 725 pp

About the Book

The Twentieth Century is coming to an end and India has undertaken a very difficult journey of working on the basis of political democracy a rare exception in the newly de colonized world. This story of Indian democracy of the last fifty years has been described and this volume completes the story upto 1998 dealing with all the major issues of Indian politics. Mandal, Mandir, globalisation and other related issues have been examined in this volume.

About Author

Professor C P Bhambhri currently ‘Distinguished Scholar†of Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, has been Professor and Dean of the School of Social Sciences. He also has been a Visiting Professor to Mc Gill University, Canada and Dar-Es-Salaam University, Tanania. He is a prolific writer who has published in internationall and national academic professional journals and has also intervend through news-papers Articles. Some of his widely acclaimed books are : The Indian State ; (Two Volumes): Foreign Policy of India : The Political Process in India and Elections 1991- An Analysis.


Indian Politics since Independence vol. 1
Contents: Leadership Institutions and Political Process, Major Ideas, Issues and Institutions on Politics during 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s

Indian Politics since Independence vol 11
Contents: Preface, Introduction, The Cacophony of Reservation Politics, Small is Not Always Beautiful in Federalism, Dangers of Polarisation, National Government: Panacea of Deadlock, March of the Capitalist Farmer, There is still hope of Congress, U.P. a Victim of Distorted and Disoriented Politics, An
Anti-secular Agenda, The Muslim Question, BJP is filling the Congress space, Coalitions and Federalism, Empowerment of Dalits Civilization.

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