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Total Pages : 380 pages
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Read and Download Mihir Bose book From Midnight to Glorious Morning? in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book TFrom Midnight to Glorious Morning?. This book was released on 2017-07-03 with total page 380 pages. Book excerpt: Mihir Bose was born in January 1947. Eight months later, India became a modern, free nation. The country he knew growing up in the 1960s has undergone vast and radical change. India today exports food, sends space probes to Mars, and, all too often, Indian businesses rescue their ailing competitors in the West. In From Midnight to Glorious Morning?, Bose travels the length and breadth of India to explore how a country that many doubted would survive has been transformed into one capable of rivaling China as the world’s preeminent economic superpower. Multifarious challenges still continue to plague the country: although inequality and corruption are issues not unique to India, such a rapid ascent to global prominence creates a precarious position. However, as Bose outlines, this rapid ascent provides evidence that India is ever capable of making great strides in the face of great adversity. Bose’s penetrating analysis of the last seventy years asks what is yet to be done for India in order to fulfill the destiny with which it has been imbued. The predictions of doom in August 1947 have proved to be unfounded; the growth of the nation in population and capital has been exponential, and there is much to celebrate. But Bose’s nuanced, personal, and trenchant book shows that it is naïve to pretend the hoped-for bright morning has yet dawned.

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ISBN 13: 9354926649
Total Pages : 257 pages
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Read and Download Meghaa Gupta book After Midnight in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book TAfter Midnight. This book was released on 2022-08-15 with total page 257 pages. Book excerpt: At the time of independence, few believed that a country made up of over 500 princely states and British provinces could survive as a nation, even for a few years. That a land stripped of its riches, wracked by disease and famine and divided along tense communal lines, could thrive in its ambition and aspirations. Yet, in 75 years since independence, India has grown beyond anyone's expectation. Today it's an Asian powerhouse, poised to become the third largest economy in the world. In many ways, this is one of the greatest underdog-beating-the-odds stories in world history. How did India get this far? What were the sweeping social, cultural, scientific, political, military, environmental and economic developments it witnessed along the way? Interspersed with personal anecdotes, illustrations, infographics, informative timelines and pull quotes, After Midnight gives a powerful context to the present and revels in the diverse and remarkable ideas that have come to shape this great nation. It attempts to provide young readers with perspective, meaning, and food for thought as they try to comprehend the many facets of this fascinating country. This well-researched, accessible and definitive handbook tells the story of India like never before.

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ISBN 13: 3319978675
Total Pages : 88 pages
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Read and Download Kavyta Kay book New Indian Nuttahs in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book TNew Indian Nuttahs. This book was released on 2018-09-19 with total page 88 pages. Book excerpt: This book takes a journey into the new and exciting created by a the wave of Indian comedians today, described affectionately here as the New Indian Nuttahs, and looks at what these tell us about identity, “Indianness”, censorship, feminism, diaspora and millennial India. It provides a unique analysis into the growing phenomenon of internet comedy and into a dimension of Indian popular culture which has long been dominated by the traditional film and television industries. Through a mixture of close textual readings of online comedy videos and interviews with content creators and consumers in India, this book provides a fresh perspective on comedy studies in its approach to a global South context from a sociocultural perspective. As a protean form of new media, this has opened up new avenues of articulation, identification and disidentification and as such, this book makes a further contribution to South Asian, communication, media & cultural studies.

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ISBN 13: 1478012439
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ISBN 13: 9789221181477
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ISBN 13: 9354927033
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Read and Download Aakar Patel book Price of the Modi Years in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book TPrice of the Modi Years. This book was released on 2022-06-27 with total page 412 pages. Book excerpt: Columnist, author and political commentator, Aakar Patel has long been a close observer of the political scenario. In Price of the Modi Years, he seeks to explain the data and facts on India's performance under Narendra Modi. Modi's predecessor, Manmohan Singh, had once said that Modi would be a disaster as prime minister. This book shows how. It concedes Modi's popularity; this is an accounting of the damage he has wrought. It is the history of India since 2014, assessing the damage across the polity from the economy, national security, federalism, foreign relations, legislations and the judiciary to media and civil society. Our memories are not long, news cycles are transient and incidents are forgotten or misclassified as being only episodic, unless documented, unified and placed together as a record. And, therefore, this book-a history of these present times.

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ISBN 13: 1108746012
Total Pages : 199 pages
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Download Critical Studies on Indian Fiction in English PDF

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ISBN 13: 9788171568598
Total Pages : 172 pages
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Read and Download Ram Ayodhya Singh book Critical Studies on Indian Fiction in English in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book TCritical Studies on Indian Fiction in English. This book was released on 1999 with total page 172 pages. Book excerpt: The Essays In This Anthology Focus On Many Aspects Of Indian Fiction In English. It Seeks To Probe, Discuss And Analyse The Issues Arising Out Of The Novels And Offers Deep Insight To The Readers. Important Novelists Covered In The Volume Are : R.K. Narayan, Mulk Raj Anand, Anita Desai, Geeta Mehta, Salman Rushdie, Kavery Nambisan, Nayantara Sahgal, Arun Joshi, Shobha De And Arundhati Roy.

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ISBN 13: 1498540465
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Read and Download Pramod K. Nayar, Professor of English at the University of Hyderabad, India book Bhopal's Ecological Gothic in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book TBhopal's Ecological Gothic. This book was released on 2017-11-22 with total page 182 pages. Book excerpt: The book offers a close examination of the rhetoric and discourses around the Bhopal disaster through a reading of numerous cultural texts—from fiction to protest effigies and posters – and maps the production of an ecological Gothic around the disaster.

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ISBN 13: 0857736221
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Read and Download Caroline Keen book Princely India and the British in PDF, EPub, Mobi, Kindle online. Free book TPrincely India and the British. This book was released on 2012-09-05 with total page 296 pages. Book excerpt: In the latter part of the nineteenth century,the royal status of Indian princes was under threat in what became a critical period of transition from traditional to imperial rule.Weakened by treaties concluded with the British earlier in the century,the rulers were subject to a concentrated campaign by British officials to turn palace life into a westernised construct of morality,rules and regulations.Young heirs to the throne were exposed to a western education to encourage their enthusiasm for changes in the princely environment.At the same time bureaucracies constructed on the British Indian model were introduced to promote'good government'.In many cases,royal practice and authority were sacrificed in the urgency to install efficient and accountable methods of administration.Adult rulers were frequently sidelined in the intricacies of state politics and the traditional princely power base was steadily eroded. Using the framework of a princely life-cycle,this book evaluates British policy towards the princes during the period 1858-1909. Within this framework Caroline Keen examines disputed successions to Indian thrones,the reaction of young rulers to a western education, princely marriages and the empowerment of royal women,the administration of states,and efforts to alter court hierarchy and ritual to conform to strict British bureaucratic guidelines.A recurring theme is the frequently incompatible relationship between British officials posted to the states and their superiors within the Government of India. Rarely examined archival material is used to provide a detailed analysis of policy-making which deals with British procedure at all levels of officialdom. For scholars and researchers of South Asian and British imperial history this book casts new light upon a highly significant phase of imperial development and makes a major contribution to the understanding of the operation of indirect rule under the Raj.

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ISBN 13: 9780521653770
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