Index of Seminar Issue 2011

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SEMINAR ISSUES 2011

SEMINAR 617, January 2011; INDIA 2009: a symposium on the year that was.

Bahl, Raghav

Superpower?

Dasgupta, Swapan

Righting the historians’ wrongs

Guha Thakurta, Paranjoy

Delusions of grandeur

Himanshu

Towards universal food security

Kapur, Devesh

Addressing the trilemma of higher education

Kumar, Rajiv

Taking a long view

Mohan, C. Raja

India’s new role in the Indian Ocean

Mukhopadhyay, Amitabh

Thinking about justice

Mukhopadhyay, Partha

Formality and functionality in Indian cities

Naqvi, Farah

Beyond quotas and commissions

Ninan, T.N.

Hard work ahead

Pai, Sudha

BSP at the crossroads

Palshikar, Suhas

Need for a caste census

Peer, Basharat

Kashmir: autumn’s final country

Ramanathan, Usha

The myth of the technology fix

Rangarajan, Mahesh

Lineage and democracy

Varadarajan, Siddharth

A new paradigm for nuclear liability

Visaria, Leela

India’s sex ratio: misplaced advocacy?

Yadav, Yogendra

Decline of political judgement

SEMINAR 618, February 2011; SOCIAL TRANSFORMATIONS: a symposium on the evolving cultures of the middle class in India.

Bijapurkar, Rama

The language of consumption

Desai, Santosh

Constructing brand India

Ghose, Sagarika

Wither social media?

Munshi, Shoma

Balika in wonderland: the new soaps in town

Ninan, Sevanti

Pixellated time

Pande, Mrinal

Perchance to find my tongue

Patel, Aakar

The new middle class

Sahni, Jaideep

Half a change, at a steep price

Seminarist

The problem

Singh, Kishore

Travellers on the rampage

Singh, Mozez

Jeans ka pant

Visvanathan, Shiv

The carnival of the republic

SEMINAR 619, March 2011; WOMEN AND PEACE; a symposium on the role of women in post-conflict situations.

Guerrero, Isabel

Lessons in feminine leadership

Jain, Devaki

The injustice of it all

Manchanda, Rita

No women, no ‘democratic’ peace

Mitchell, Derek and Radhika Borde

Possessed by peace

Nanavaty, Reema

Doosri azadi

Prasad, Jayant

Peace building in Afghanistan

Rai, Vinod

Women, micro-finance and peace

Rajagopalan, Swarna

Building a feminist peace

Seminarist

The problem

Sen, Ilina

Interview by Bani Gill

Sharma, Sheel Kant

Regional perspectives

Vaux, Tony

Experience of communal violence

SEMINAR 620, April 2011; STATES IN TRANSITION; a symposium on democracy, politics and the forthcoming state elections.

Bhaumik, Subir

Risk of durable disorder

Chandra, Kanchan

Why is democracy in India so violent?

Chowdhary, Rekha

The summer of unrest

Gowda, M.V. Rajeev

Descent into democraticdecadence

Heller, Patrick

The great transformations of Indian states

Kailash, K.K.

Varieties of comparative state politics research in India

Kumar, Ashutosh

Electoral politics in Indian states (Report)

Mishra, Vandita

The long road to nootan Bihar

Nair, C. Gouridasan

Brave moves, heavy odds

Palshikar, Suhas

Limits of dominant caste politics

Pandian, M.S.S.

New times in Tamil Nadu

Roy, Rajat

Regime change in the offing?

Seminarist

The problem

Suri, K.C.

Politics of democracy, development and welfare

Yadav, Yogendra and Suhas Palshikar

Transitions, stagnations and transformations

SEMINAR 621, May 2011; MINO-RITIES AND PLURALISM: a symposium on living with differences between religions and cultures.

Alam, Anwar

Liberal states and Muslim minorities

Allievi, Stefano and Nicola Missaglia

The war over mosques

Barber, Benjamin

Creating new democratic bonds

Bhargava, Rajeev

Should Europe learn from Indian secularism?

Bosetti, Giancarlo

How the media increases (in)security

Bosetti, Glancarlo

The problem

Gramaglia, Mariella

Making up for lost complexity

Gupta, Dipankar

The ‘telos’ of modernity (interview by Nicola Missaglia)

Gupta, Ruchira

Gender and modernity

Toscano, Roberto

Paths to a multicultural modernity (conversation with Nicola Missaglia)

SEMINAR 622, June 2011; DYNASTY: a symposium on lineage and family ties in subcontinental politics.

Chandra, Kanchan

The problem

Chandra, Kanchan and Wamiq Umaira

India’s democratic dynasties

Jaffrelot, Christophe

What princely democracy? The case of the Scindias

Khan, Nyla Ali

The plutocracy and the plebeians

Mannan, Manzurul

Governing culture of the ruling elite in Bangladesh

Nagi, Saroj

Bucking the trend

Nesiah, Vasuki

Dynastic politics in Sri Lanka

Rumi, Raza Ahmad

Dynasties and clientelism in Pakistan

Zarni, Maung

Burma’s political dinosaurs

SEMINAR 623, July 2011; THE NATION AND ITS POET: a sympo-sium on Rabindranath Tagore 1861-1941 – life, language, legacy.

Banerjee, Nilanjan

Discovering Tagore: some unpublished poems

Banerjee, Prathama

The untimely Tagore

Bose, Brinda

Of desire and dissensus

Chaudhuri, Amit

Transformations

Chaudhuri, Rosinka

The rustle of language

Friedlander, Peter

Tagore, Kabir and Underhill

Joshi, Ruchir

Drenching the dust

Mandal, Somdatta

Travels to the West

Mukherjee, Rudrangshu

The last testament

Radice, William

The universal is personal

Roy, Sumana

On the Tagore trail

Sen, Aveek

Scatter and flow: selections from Chhinnapatra

Sen, Sudeep

Tagore as the intimate ‘other’

Som, Reba

The relevance of Tagore’s music today

Tagore, Rabindranath

Drishtidaan: the gift of vision (translated by Arunava Sinha)

Vajpeyi, Ananya

The problem

Venkatachalapathy, A.R.

Bharati on Tagore

SEMINAR 624, August 2011; DEMO-CRATIZING KNOWLEDGE: a sym-posium on reforming higher education in India.

Abrol, Dinesh

An alternate framework

Apoorvanand

A lot to learn

Banerjee, Prathama

Disciplines, inter-disciplines and languages

Bhushan, Sudhanshu

A plea for liberal education

Chaudhuri, Supriya

Who pays the bills?

Deshpande, Satish

Revisiting the basics

John, Mary E. and Janaki Nair

Commissions, reports, and the difference they make

John, Mary E.

The problem

Krishnan, Kavita

Student movements in the time of liberalization

Kumar, Sunil

Some reflections

Mangalik, Mukul

Semesterisation at gunpoint

Prasad, M. Madhava

Language, education and political existence

Qamar, Furqan

Six decades of reform experience

SEMINAR 625, September 2011; COMBATING CORRUPTION: a symposium on strategies to enforce accountability.

Bhushan, Prashant

Dealing with mega corruption

Datta, Saikat

Hobbled investigation

Gopal, G. Mohan

Corruption and the judicial system

Kidambi, Sowmya

Termites, earthworms, and other organic gardeners

Kumar, C. Raj

Promoting transparency and good governance

Muralidharan, Sukumar

Unravelling the media gaze

Nayak, Venkatesh

The legalese of anti-corruption

Roy, Aruna

Manifestos and manifestations

Seminarist

The problem

Sharma, Tripurari

A culture of corruption

Srivastava, Kavita

Human rights and civil liberties

Teltumbde, Anand

Corruption and injustice

Verma, J.S., A.P. Shah, P.K. Mishra, Soli Sorabjee and Anil B. Divan

Ensuring judicial accountability (interview)

Visvanathan, Shiv

The necessity of corruption

SEMINAR 626, October 2011; SHADES OF BLUE; a symposium on emerging conflicts and challenges around water.

Aijaz, Rumi

Water crisis in Delhi

Bandyopadhyay, Jayanta

Deciphering environmental flows

D’Souza, Rohan

Hydro-politics, the Indus water treaty and climate change

Fennell, Shailaja

Contested constructions of water

Hoering, Uwe

Water as a public good vs. water privatization

Joshi, Sunjoy

The problem

Kugelman, Michael

Safeguarding South Asia’s water security

Mohan, N. Shantha and Sailen Routray

Resolving inter-state water sharing disputes

Shah, Muhammad A. Ali

Lessons from the 2010 floods in Pakistan

Siddiqui, Shawahiq

Securing water commons in scheduled areas

Singh, Inderjeet

Ecological implications of the green revolution

SEMINAR 627, November 2011; PARTNERSHIPS IN EDUCATION; a symposium on evolving public-private partnerships in schooling.

Banerji, Rukmini

Partnering government

Fennell, Shailaja

Theoretical perspectives

Herzberger, Radhika and A. Kumaraswamy

Independent schools as resource centres

Kapur, Devesh and Madhav Khosla

Courts and colleges: a problematic relationship

Kaushik, Amit and Vimala Ramachandran

The problem

Kaushik, Amit

Public private partnerships

Kingdon, Geeta Gandhi

Private versus public schooling in India

Latham, Michael

Hope or hype?

Narayan, Venu

Living with the private

Prakash, Shantanu

Meeting the hunger for education

Rajagopalan, Sridhar

Allowing for-profits to run schools

Ramachandran, Vimala

Trust deficit blocking partnerships

Ranjekar, Dileep and S. Giridhar

The case for an Indian education service

Sabharwal, Manish

Fixing education

SEMINAR 628, December 2011; DILLEE MERI JAAN; a symposium on the centenary of the founding of New Delhi.

Benegal, Shyam

God’s little acre

Chowdhury, Behula

A Bengali family in Delhi

Dhamija, Jasleen

Shining stars of the firmament

Ghose, Premola

City of continuity

Housego, David

An Indian journey

Kapoor, Pramod

Accessing archives

Latif, Momin

My Delhi

Mithal, Akhilesh

Delhi and its incarnations

Nanda, Ratish

A millennium of building, 50 years of destruction

Nirula, Lalit

Growing up in CP

Pant, Pushpesh

Disappearing delicacies

Rai, Raghu

Power politics

Seminarist

The problem

Seth, Suhel

Climbing the Dilli ladder

Shriram, Siddharth

Dilli door ast

Singh, Avtar

Control and aspiration: memories of a metropolis

Varma, Pavan K.

Cultural capital?

COMMENT

Shashank Kela

Dissent and democracy (March 2011)

Shiv Visvanathan

Reading Gandhi with Lelyveld (May 2011)

Tridip Suhrud

Reading Gandhi with Lelyveld (May 2011)

Dunu Roy

The future ‘class’ city (June 2011)

C.P. Bhambhri

Challenges facing Indian democracy (June 2011)

Sailendra Nath Ghosh

Flaws in pro-nuclear power advocacy (June 2011)

Ruchi Gupta

Deconstructing the NAC (August 2011)

Kuldeep Kumar

In dangerous times (September 2011)

Shiv Visvanathan

The return of the political (September 2011)

Santosh George

The not-so-discreet burdens of Indian communism (October 2011)

Ashutosh Kumar

‘India’ against corruption (October 2011)

C.P. Bhambhri

State response to movements (October 2011)

Nyla Ali Khan

Kashmiriyat and what it means to me (November 2011)

FURTHER READING

Democratizing Knowledge

August 2011

Shades of Blue

October 2011

Partnerships in Education

November 2011

IN MEMORIAM

Vithal Rajan

K.G. Kannabiran 1929-2010 (February 2011)

Srimati Lal

P. Lal 1929-2010 (February 2011)

Cyrus Guzder

Shyam Chainani 1942-2010 (March 2011)

Srinath Raghavan

K. Subrahmanyam 1929-2011 (March 2011)

Jyotirmaya Sharma

K. Subrahmanyam 1929-2011 (March 2011)

Roy, Aruna

Ajit Bhattacharjea 1924-2011 (May 2011)

Dileep Padgaonkar

Mani Kaul 1944-2011 (August 2011)

 

SEMINAR ISSUES

1959

1. The Party in Power 2. Food for Forty Crores 3. Freedom and Planning 4. The Changing Village

1960

5. Co-operative Farming 6. Two Sectors 7. Our Universities 8. Corruption 9. Films 10. Indians in Africa 11. A Language for India 12. Health 13. The Third World 14. Tribal India 15. Into Space 16. Artists and Art

1961

17. Socialism Today 18. The Census 19. Our Foreign Policy 20. Waste 21. The Writer at Bay 22. Administration 23. North and South 24. Communalism 25. Philosophy 26. Science 27. Advertising 28. Music

1962

29. Your Vote 30. Our Democracy 31. The U.N. 32. On Stage 33. Population Control 34. Election Analysis 35. India’s Defence 36. The Scientist 37. Our Neighbours 38. Indian Agriculture 39. Past and Present 40. Romanisation

1963

41. The Emergency 42. The Press 43. Taxation 44. Crisis on the Campus 45. Non-Alignment 46. Gandhism 47. Censorship 48. India and Pakistan 49. Panchayati Raj 50. China 51. Emerging Leadership 52. The Indian Woman

1964

53. The Coming Crisis 54. Worker’s Share 55. Scientific Attitude 56. India in the World 57. Needs and Resources 58. Kashmir 59. Jawaharlal Nehru 60. Prohibition 61. Energy 62. The Consumer 63. Nehru and the Ism 64. Our Changing Values

1965

65. The Bomb 66. Parliament in Crisis 67. Secularism 68. Language 69. Goa 70. Caste 71. At School 72. Public Sector 73. Indo-Soviet Link 74. Money and Power 75. The War and After 76. Politics of Language

1966

77. We and the World 78. The Plan 79. Our Cities 80. Elections and Power 81. Farms and Food 82. Science in Afro-Asia 83. India’s Defence Pattern 84. The I.C.S. 85. The Administrative Jungle 86. Aid or Trade 87. State Politics 88. Students in Turmoil

1967

89. Your Vote 90. Our Union 91. The Economic Crisis 92. Our Brain Drain 93. The Cow 94. Election Outcome 95. Power Patterns 96. Asian Security 97. Books 98. Mass Communication 99. Design for Living 100. Seminar on Seminar

1968

101. Prices 102. Unctad 103. Recession 104. The Future of Asia 105. The Budget and the Plan 106. Minority in Crisis 107. Politics and Society 108. Agricultural Revolution 109. Management Challenge 110. Our Security 111. The Centre and the States 112. Academic Colonialism

1969

113. The New Left 114. Resources 115. Nationhood 116. Violence 117. Pakistan 118. Gerontocracy 119. Our External Relations 120. The Educated Unemployed 121. The Congress Party 122. Mahatma Gandhi 123. Conservation 124. Our Political Parties

1970

125. Secularism in Crisis 126. Our Libraries 127. India’s Left 128. Modernisation 129. The Rural Base 130. Population Planning 131. Foreign Technology 132. Nation and Community 133. The Super Powers 134. The U.N. at 25 135. Two Neighbours 136. The Constitution

1971

137. India 1970 138. Your Vote 139. Political Pointers 140. Land Hunger 141. The Blue Revolution 142. Bangladesh 143. The Economic Agenda 144. The 1971 Elections 145. China Today 146. A Nuclear India 147. Crisis in the Press 148. Acapolitics

1972

149. India 1971 150. Impact of Bangaladesh 151. Secret Societies 152. West Bengal 153. State Elections 154. Permits and Licenses 155. India in Asia 156. Decentralisation 157. The Social Sciences 158. New Education 159. Clean Elections 160. The Mass Line

1973

161. India 1972 162. Mass Housing 163. Calcutta 164. Federal Reorganisation 165. The Status of Women 166. Our Paralysed Universities 167. Garibi Hatao 168. A Committed Civil Service 169. Science Policy 170. No-Cost Reform 171. Mass Transport 172. The Indian Economy

1974

173. India 1973 174. Indian Muslims 175. Population Threat 176. The Students Speak 177. The Untouchables 178. Marxism and India 179. The Multinationals 180. The Architect in India 181. The Indian Ocean 182. The Energy Crisis 183. Growing the Food 184. The Cinema Situation

1975

185. India 1974 186. Foreign Policy 187. A Changed India 188. Inflation 189. Prices and Procurement 190. Medicines for the Masses 191. Urbanisation 192. The System 193. The Economists 194. The Legacy of Gandhi 195. Global Problems 196. Judgements

1976

197. India 1975 198. The Economic Debate 199. New Trends 200. Life and Living 201. Changing Communism 202. A Military View 203. Where Do We Go From Here

seminar issues 204 to 209 were not printed because of censorship during the Emergency

1977

210. Fear and Freedom 211. Images of the Emergency 212. The Elections 213. The Correctives 214. Atrocities 215. Rethinkings 216. The Janata Phase 217. External Alignments 218. The Police 219. Action Agendas 220. Bengal Scenario

1978

221. India 1977 222. Indian Intellectuals 223. Economic Imperatives 224. Populist Politics 225. Defence and Detente 226. Federal Power Balance 227. The Rural Challenge 228. The Sixth Plan 229. New Dialogues 230. The Administrator 231. Trauma of the Triangle 232. Another TV

1979

233. India 1978 234. Grassroots Democracy 235. The Village and the Communicator 236. Emerging Questions 237. Threatened Environment 238. Politics of Science 239. The Autonomy Myth 240. The Muslim Condition 241. The Election Business 242. Our Fractured Politics 243. Harijans 244. Economic Scenarios

1980

245. India 1979 246. External Action 247. The Planets 248. Transition Politics 249. Development Dimensions 250. The Violent Present 251. Debating an Agenda 252. Policing 253. The Dangerous Decade 254. Studying our Society 255. Raw Power 256. Alternatives in Foreign Policy

1981

257. India 1980 258. A Failed Science 259. The Politicians 260. Parliament 261. Concepts in Change 262. Levels of Consciousness 263. The World of Microprocessors 264. Search for Consensus 265. The Soviet Connection 266. Confusion in Economics 267. Peasants and Prices 268. Reservations

1982

269. India 1981 270. The Arming of a Subcontinent 271. India: Seen from Abroad 272. The Campus Scene 273. Refocussings 274. Nepali Reflections 275. Childhood Today 276. Our National Character 277. Searching for Answers 278. The Future of Politics 279. Playing Games 280. A Confused World

1983

281. India 1982 282. Three Hundred Millions 283. The Parallel Economy 284. Revivalism 285. Breakdown 286. Global Choices 287. Security 288. The Political Options 289. Federal Focus 290. Islam 291. Social Dilemmas 292. The Messy Media

1984

293. This India 294. The Punjab Tangle 295. Marxian Shadings 296. Directions in Education 297. Values in Learning 298. Coalition Future 299. New Elites 300. The Sexist Media 301. A Federal Remedy 302. Lawless Laws 303. Pakistan Perceptions 304. Indira Gandhi

1985

305. India 1984 306. Behind the Ballot 307. The National Condition 308. Using the Army 309. The Faces of Reality 310. A Warless World 311. Meditation 312. Architectural Pollution 313. The Hindus and Their Isms 314. Issues Within Issues 315. The Politics of Change 316. The Economy

1986

317. India 1985 318. Purdah Culture 319. Freeing the Media 320. The Total State 321. Indian English 322. Divisive Currents 323. Scenarios for Change 324. Options in South Asia 325. The Judicial Jungle 326. Punjab Perspectives 327. Web of Censorship 328. Priorities

1987

329. India 1986 330. The Politics of Ecology 331. Femicide 332. Urdu 333. Raj Thapar 1926-1987 334. Interventions 335. Our Institutions 336. A Second Republic 337. Sri Lanka 338. Past in the Present 339. Rethinking Theology 340. Romesh Thapar 1922-1987

1988

341. India 1987 342. Sati 343. A Free Press 344. Integrity 345. Punjab 346. Drought 347. Right to Work 348. The Voluntary Option 349. New Dimensions in Science 350. Child Labour 351. Pakistan Scenarios 352. Farmer Power

1989

353. India 1988 354. The Technology Missions 355. New Social Movements 356. Design and Aesthetics 357. Federalism 358. Foreign Policy in a Changing World 359. Literature and Society 360. The Panchayati Revival 361. Reflections 362. Parties and Politics 363. The Nehru Era 364. Mythifying History

1990

365. Towards 2000 AD 366. The North East 367. Politics of the State 368. The People’s Verdict 369. Health for All? 370. Nuclear Power 371. Cricket Culture 372. Our Urban Future 373. Socialism in Crisis 374. Communal Divides 375. Reserved Futures 376. The Eighth Plan

1991

377. India 1990 378. The Himalaya 379. City Nostalgia 380. Freeing the Economy 381. After the Gulf War 382. The Urban Woman 383. Defence Perspectives 384. New Writing in English 385. Beyond the Vote 386. Repercussions of Change 387. Identity 388. Politicians on Politics

1992

389. India 1991 390. Making Waves 391. The Linguis-tic Landscape 392. Kashmir Today 393. The Soviet Experience 394. Dialogue 395. Real Concerns 396. aids 397. Wooing Japan 398. Understanding Punjab 399. Politics Today 400. Education and Ideology

1993

401. India 1992 402. Ayodhya 403. Growing Up 404. The Telecom Revolution 405. Politics of Accountability 406. Managing our Natural Resources 407. Left Dilemmas 408. Culture, Communication and Change 409. Our Scientists 410. Population Planning 411. Revivalism and Identity 412. Marginalised Tribals

1994

413. India 1993 414. Managing Energy 415. Future of the Mind 416. Islam: Reform and Renewal 417. The bjp 418. Seeds of Discontent 419. Infrastructure 420. Memories of Partition 421. Looking Back 422. The U.S. and Us 423. Parallel Practices 424. Family Matters

1995

425. India 1994 426. Parks, Protection and People 427. Living Treasures 428. The Politics of Health 429. Globalisation and the Unions 430. Justice For All 431. Voices From the Field 432. The Matter of U.P. 433. Food Security 434. Rules and Laws 435. The Limits of Tolerance. 436. Learning to Change

1996

437. India 1995 438. Grassroots Governance 439. Prisons and Punishment 440. The Election Carnival 441. A Question of Rights 442. Nationalism 443. Little Voices, Big Issues 444. Nuclear Fallout 445. The Other City 446. Cultural Studies 447. Reproductive Health 448. Maritime Security

1997

449. India 1996 450. The State of Bihar 451. Democracy and Development 452. Workers and Unions 453. Symbolic Spaces 454. Political Exhaustion 455. Alternatives in Communication 456. Rethinking Institutions 457. Empowering Women 458. Media Trends 459. Unity or Incoherence 460. Futures

1998

461. India 1997 462. Childhood 463. Refugees 464. Right to Education 465. Power Play 466. Wildlife 467. Conserving our Heritage 468. Nuclear (In)security 469. Swadeshi 470. Gujarat 471. Dalit 472. External Challenges

1999

473. India 1998 474. Continuing Concerns 475. Growing Intolerance 476. The Sikh Spirit 477. The Pursuit of Purpose 478. Floods 479. Something Like a War 480. Cruel Choices 481. The Idea of Seminar 482. Family Business 483. Policespeak 484. Multiculturalism

2000

485. India 1999 486. Environment: Myth and Reality 487. Looking East 488. Ageing 489. Unhealthy Trends 490. African Transitions 491. Street Vendors 492. Protecting Nature 493. Redesigning Curricula 494. Unviable Universities 495. Situating Sociology 496. Frameworks For Peace

2001

497. India 2000 498. Markets in Motion 499. Waste-lands 500. Through the Decades 501. Culturescape 502. Our Corrupted Core 503. Globalization 504. Drug Abuse 505. Towards Equality 506. Reforming Politics 507. Economic Turmoil 508. Exclusion

2002

509. India 2001 510. Porous Borders, Divided Selves 511. Beyond Numbers 512. States of Insecurity 513. Society Under Siege 514. Where People Matter 515. First City? 516. Shades of Green 517. Securing South Asia 518. The Aftermath of 9/11 519. Uncertain Futures 520. A World Without AIDS

2003

521. India 2002 522. Rewriting History 523. Celebrating Craft 524. Imagining Futures 525. Unsettling Cinema 526. A Party in Waiting 527. The Great Game 528. City of Dreams 529. Empire 530. Restoration and Renewal 531. Footloose Labour 532. Abortion

2004

533. India 2003 534. Beyond the Verdict 535. Changing Chennai 536. Are We Learning? 537. India Shining 538. The Diaspora 539. A Mandate for Change 540. Celebrating Women 541. New Priorities 542. Working Conservation 543. Amchem Goem 544. Elusive Justice

2005

545. India 2004 546. Reclaiming Childhood 547. Revitalising Science 548. Democracy Derailed 549. Redressing Disadvantages 550. Gateway to the East 551. Speaking Truth to Power 552. Forests and Tribals 553. Creative Industries 554. India Revisited 555. Eye on Oil 556. 2010

2006

557. India 2005 558. Dalit Perspectives 559. Soul City 560. Building Partnerships 561. Media Matters 562. The India-China Thaw 563. Education and Livelihoods 564. The Forsaken Drylands 565. The Elusive Triangle 566. Culinary Crossings 567. Re-imagining Punjab 568. Securing the Insecure

2007

569. India 2006 570. Crafting an Education 571. Battleground U.P. 572. India Beckons 573. Envisioning Asia 574. Children First 575. Between Cultures 576. Experiments With Democracy 577. Nature, Wildlife, People 578. A Shifting Canvas 579. Transport for Liveable Cities 580. The Paradox That is Bihar

2008

581. India 2007 582. Special Economic Zones 583. Unequal Status 584. Our Troubled Neighbourhood 585. City of Hope 586. Redrawing Boundaries 587. Mortgaging the Future 588.Talking Theatre 589. Unfinished Agendas-I 590. Unfinished Agendas-II 591. Battle for the States 592. The Neglected Teacher

2009

593. India 2008 594. Effective Government 595. Agrarian Transitions 596. Changing Political Landscape 597. Knowledge in Question 598.Circuits of Cinema 599. National Security 600. Literary Landscapes 601. The Republic of Ideas 602. India’s Religious Minorities 603. Bangladesh Turnaround 604. Maternal and Newborn Health

2010

605. India 2009 606. Climate Change Conundrum 607. Red Resurgence 608. The Enduring Epic 609. Fashioning Style 610. Living Together 611. Soldiers and States 612. Karnataka Vignettes 613. Nature Without Borders 614. The Pursuit of Happiness 615. We the People 616. From Protest to Politics

 

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