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Year: 2024 impression


pp viii+200

ISBN: 9788175411371

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This study examines the record of BJP -in - government and the main question is : How has BJP - in - government, whether at the centre or in some states, been able to reconcile its ideology of Hindutva with the fundamentals of multicultural democracy? The main conclusion of this study is that the BJP and the fraternity of Sangh Parivar has devoted all its efforts in creating an anti-minority political culture in the country. The BJP had defined itself as a " party with a difference" but in actual practice it has proved that its only difference from other plarties is that it is committed to polarize India into Hindu majority. This study provides a comprehensive view of the BJP and Sangh Parivar during 1999-2002.


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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.



Introduction, Congress at crossroads, A living constitution, The real face of third front warriors, Promotion of religiosity by a secular state, Power of middle class, Autonomy fever and the BJP, Kashmir on the Nagotiation agenda, US jaunt - reality and rhetoric, The congress under siege, Governance sans ideology? Congress and left must co-operate, Politics of economics, A riot of identities, US Presidential polls and India, South Asian state systems, Handle US with care, Bloated from gorging on power, Congress democracy? The politics of economics, Casting a shadow on development, The leader must lead-and cajole, Ideology and opportunism, Communalisation of the state apparatus, When government betrays trust, Socialism has met with an inglorious end, Crisis of coalitions, Cast aside, From TINA to Tiny: the congress journey, Where is the congress? Down in the dumps, The politics of resignations, Look back, Mr Bush, Is BJP really going the congress way? Why the bullet is ruling over the ballot, Foreign policy without a framework, the Opportunism of dalit "Elites", Time to back down, UP elections a repeat of 1996 farce and tragedy rolled in one, Growing expansionism in Asia, Needed a broad-based coalition, Tell it as it is? Priestly takeover of secular governance, Is Hindu goodwill it? Constitution says no, Verdict for a social bloc, Cleaning India's electoral stables, A socio-cultural study of Gujarat, Battle royale and the idea of India, Political stability has its price, India under sieze, What India needs is more democracy, A federal investigation, US Mediation is the message, One country two systems, Poll in the BJP's court, Verdict on Narayanan: defender of democracy, Uneasy federal relations, Putin visit: an assessment.

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