The purpose of this section is to make available to the readers official documents such as reports of committees, commissions, working groups, task forces, etc., appointed by various ministries, departments, agencies of central and state governments and international organisations, which are not readily accessible either because they are old, or because of the usual problems of […]

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The survey data analysed in this paper are the electoral rolls by circular sampling with a based on post-poll surveys of respective random start. In each sampled polling station elections. The data were collected using multi- area, our field investigators were given a list of stage stratified random sampling. Sampled Respondents containing the name, age, […]

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Over last six decades, politics in Bihar has undergone a tremendous change. This change is often attributed to deeper structural cleavages along the axis of castes, although little, if any, attempt has been done to support or contest such oversimplified formulations with theoretical and empirical underpinnings. Even if some studies have tried to use empirical […]

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Banerjee-Guha, Swapan, Globalisation, Governance Reforms and Development in lndia, Choudhary, Kameshwar (Ed.), (Book Review), Vol. XIX, Nos. 1&2, Pp. 353-359. Bhatkal, Ramdas, Hinduism – A Gandhian Perspective, Nadkarni, M.V., (Book Review), Vol. XIX, Nos. 1&2, Pp.349-353. Read More.

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Baldev Raj Nayar, The Myth of the Shrinking its productivity was low, leading to an overall State: Globalisation and the State in India. low economic growth. He discusses the Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2009, Pp. justification generally used to account for the xx + 286 Price: Rs. 745/- low productivity of the public sector, […]

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An Act to provide for the voluntary formation channels for distribution of scarce resources, of cooperative societies as accountable, and, therefore, were at times monopolies – not competitive, self reliant business enterprises, competitive, nor business minded. The based on thrift, self-help and mutual aid and Government, and other financial players were owned, managed and controlled […]

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The purpose of this section is to make available to the readers official documents such as reports of committees, commissions, working groups, task forces, etc., appointed by various ministries, departments, agencies of central and state governments and international organisations, which are not readily accessible either because they are old, or because of the usual problems […]

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Decentralised planning in Kerala has already received worldwide attention because of the successful devolution of powers and functions from the state to local self-governments. The devolution revolution was aimed at realising drastic changes in the all round development of the state. How the isolated local level problems could be resolved by the local people and […]

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