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Given the varying and diverse interpretation of what feminist research is, especially in the context of criticism against such research for its class-caste exclusions, heterosexism and ethnocentrism...
With the case against the ban on dance bars in Mumbai still pending in the Supreme Court, this paper analyses two studies - "Background and Working Conditions of Women Working in Dance Bars in Mumbai...
Five aspects of Rammanohar Lohia's socialist pursuit stand out, bearing testimony to his status as a rare and original thinker. They could prove to be important to any project reconstructing the...
During his life, Rammanohar Lohia paid the price for three "sins" that the opinion-making class could never forgive him for - he attacked Nehru repeatedly at a time when Nehru was god-like, he led a...
Details on Rammanohar Lohia's time in Berlin in the late 1920s and early 1930s as a doctoral student at the Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität are sketchy at best though it was a time of great social and...
Seeking an India-specific solution to the country's economic problems, Rammanohar Lohia was rightfully suspicious of both exploitative capitalism and Euro-centric Marxism. To him, socialism...
Rammanohar Lohia contributed significantly to the formulation of an intersectionalist approach for understanding the inequalities, exclusions and exploitations in the power system of India. This was...
Analysing Rammanohar Lohia's reception in the spheres of party politics, social movements and literature in Karnataka, it emerges that his impact on electoral politics in the state was not all that...
In judging Rammanohar Lohia's ideas, this essay excavates their philosophical foundations and reconstructs his political doctrine in line with these beliefs and his political programme. It examines...
The growth strategy underlying Budget 2010 intensifies a recent tendency wherein private consumption expenditure has increasingly substituted for public expenditure in order to induce growth. It also...
K N Raj (1924-2010) was one of the most eminent Indian economists of the post-Independence generation. He was an outstanding teacher, builder of institutions and public intellectual par excellence...
 on the Delhi School of Economics (Delhi: Oxford University Press). Krishnamurty, J (2010):
 that this inheritance is safe in the hands of a young generation of talented and motivated scholars who flock to the CDS from all over India, year after year. They are the future and hope of the...
 In Memoriam A Vaidyanathan I came to know K N Raj from the time
 A Natural Leader G Omkarnath Few economists of his generation, perhaps equally distinguished and no less committed to a new India, could still lay claim to the distinctive position of leadership...

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