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Talking History: Romila Thapar in Conversation with Ramin Jahanbegloo - Romila Thapar In a series of candid conversations, Romila Thapar, a widely read, discussed and cited historian of our times, muses on a range of issues that impact history writing in modern India.
Apart from exploring Thapar's journey and historian and public intellectual and a far-reaching influence as an authority on the history of early India, Talking History examines themes such as the function of a historian, the centrality of historical research and evidence, oriental despotism, the ongoing conflict with religious fundamentalists and the polymorphous structure of Hinduism.
A Frayed History - Meena Menon and Uzramma This book documents the history of cotton, its patterns of cultivation, the expanding use of hybrid varieties, and their consequences on the cotton growing farmers and weavers in India, such as the loss of local varieties of cotton and cotton-weaving traditions. The authors argue that cotton growing and weaving cannot be understood in isolation from the forces of rapid economic globalization, and underline the neglect faced by the agricultural sector in the last few decades.
They explain in detail how post economic liberalization of the s, Indian cotton farmers became part of an unequal global economy, and what it has meant for people engaged in economic activities hinged on this ancient fabric in India. The waterway that has nourished more people than any on earth for three millennia is now so polluted with sewage and toxic waste that it has become a menace to human and animal health. Victor Mallet traces the holy river from source to mouth, and from ancient times to the present day, to find that the battle to rescue what is arguably the world's most important river is far from lost.
Note Bandi - R Ramakumar The demonetisation of November will go down in history as one of the most intensely debated economic policy interventions of the Indian state.
With the abolition of the legal tender status of Rs and Rs 1, notes, about 86 per cent of the currency in circulation stood withdrawn from circulation in the economy. The purpose, according to the government, was to stamp out counterfeit currency, unearth black money, and usher in a less-cash economy.
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Much of her non-film writing was autobiographical; if not directly related to her own life, it certainly stemmed from her own experiences as a woman, especially a middle-class Muslim woman.
This book is a collection of memories about Ismat Chughtai from a variety of sources, especially from people who knew her personally.
It brings together a lot of material - some of which are out of print or translated for the first time-- about Chugtai into one volume. Suragi - U.
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In an era of growing economic pessimism, where many young people believe that their lives will get worse in coming decades, Southeast Asia bubbles with optimism. In an era where many thinkers predict rising geopolitical competition and tension, ASEAN regularly brings together all the world's great powers. She has published several articles on education in national journals, and has been awarded gold medals for her creative writings.
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