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A New India

Author: Anthony P. D'Costa
Publisher: Anthem Press
ISBN: 9780857285058
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This volume critically examines the notion of a ‘new’ India by acknowledging that India is changing remarkably and by indicating that in the overzealous enthusiasm about the new India, there is collective amnesia about the other, older India. The book argues that the increasing consolidation of capitalist markets of commodity production and consumption has unleashed not only economic growth and social change, but has also introduced new contradictions associated with market dynamics in the material and social as well as intellectual spheres.

The New India 1948 1955

Author: Asok Mitra
Publisher: Popular Prakashan
ISBN: 9788171546916
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Autobiography of an Indian civil servant and academician.

Poverty Amid Plenty In The New India

Author: Atul Kohli
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521513871
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This thoughtful and challenging book affords an alternative vision of India's rise in the world.

Baba Amte

Author: Hans Staffner
Publisher: Popular Prakashan
ISBN: 9788171546749
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Making Cars In The New India

Author: Tom Barnes
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108422136
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Studies labour relations in the Indian auto industry by drawing upon a range of critical social and economic theories.

The New India

Author: K. Chowdhury
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230117090
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This book looks critically at various constructions of the Indian citizen from 1991 to 2007, the period when economic liberalization became established government policy. Examining differing images of citizenship and its rules and rituals, Chowdhury sheds light on the complex interactions between culture and political economy in the New India.