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Punjab, Rich and Ruined: The Poverty of Plenty

Vol.17,
No.39,
(2010)

It’s not stones. It’s not land. Something else is eating away India’s most robust state. VIJAY SIMHA tracks the...

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Searching for Justice for Body and Self in a Coercive Environment: Sex Work in Kerala, India

Vol.12,
No.23,
(2004),
pp 58-67

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Do Current Measurement Approaches Underestimate Levels of Unwanted Childbearing? Evidence from Rural India

Vol.60,
No.3,
(2006),
pp 243-256

The validity of estimates of unintended childbearing has often been questioned, especially given their almost exclusive...

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Implementing E-Government in Sri Lanka: Lessons from the UK

Vol.15,
No.3,
(2009),
pp 171-192

With the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICTs), e-government has emerged as an effective...

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E-Governance: Scope and Implementation Challenges in Bangladesh

Vol.2007,
(2007)

  Widespread global acceptance of electronic governance bears testimony to the observation that e-governance has...

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What Ails Indian Higher Education

  What Ails Our Higher Education The higher education in India is suffering and the malaise is increasing...

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More Than 100 Million Women Are Missing

No.November 20,
(1990)

  It is often said that women make up a majority of the world’s population. They do not. This mistaken...

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Kushinagar: Dalit Education in India

(2012)

  The extraordinarily successful French magazine XXI is the publishing industry’s greatest champion of...

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Empire Meets Globalisation: Explaining Historical Patterns of Inequity in South Asia

Vol.xlviI,
No.30,
(2012),
pp 213-221

Empire Meets Globalisation Explaining Historical Patterns of Inequity in South Asia David Ludden Recent decades of...

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E-Governance: Scope and Implementation Challenges in Bangladesh

Vol.2007,
(2007)

  Widespread global acceptance of electronic governance bears testimony to the observation that e-governance has...

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What Ails Indian Higher Education

  What Ails Our Higher Education The higher education in India is suffering and the malaise is increasing...

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Empire Meets Globalisation: Explaining Historical Patterns of Inequity in South Asia

Vol.xlviI,
No.30,
(2012),
pp 213-221

Empire Meets Globalisation Explaining Historical Patterns of Inequity in South Asia David Ludden Recent decades of...

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More Than 100 Million Women Are Missing

No.November 20,
(1990)

  It is often said that women make up a majority of the world’s population. They do not. This mistaken...

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Searching for Justice for Body and Self in a Coercive Environment: Sex Work in Kerala, India

Vol.12,
No.23,
(2004),
pp 58-67

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Kushinagar: Dalit Education in India

(2012)

  The extraordinarily successful French magazine XXI is the publishing industry’s greatest champion of...

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Implementing E-Government in Sri Lanka: Lessons from the UK

Vol.15,
No.3,
(2009),
pp 171-192

With the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICTs), e-government has emerged as an effective...

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Punjab, Rich and Ruined: The Poverty of Plenty

Vol.17,
No.39,
(2010)

It’s not stones. It’s not land. Something else is eating away India’s most robust state. VIJAY SIMHA tracks the...

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Empire Meets Globalisation: Explaining Historical Patterns of Inequity in South Asia

Vol.xlviI,
No.30,
(2012),
pp 213-221

Empire Meets Globalisation Explaining Historical Patterns of Inequity in South Asia David Ludden Recent decades of...

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Kushinagar: Dalit Education in India

(2012)

  The extraordinarily successful French magazine XXI is the publishing industry’s greatest champion of...

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More Than 100 Million Women Are Missing

No.November 20,
(1990)

  It is often said that women make up a majority of the world’s population. They do not. This mistaken...

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What Ails Indian Higher Education

  What Ails Our Higher Education The higher education in India is suffering and the malaise is increasing...

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E-Governance: Scope and Implementation Challenges in Bangladesh

Vol.2007,
(2007)

  Widespread global acceptance of electronic governance bears testimony to the observation that e-governance has...

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Implementing E-Government in Sri Lanka: Lessons from the UK

Vol.15,
No.3,
(2009),
pp 171-192

With the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICTs), e-government has emerged as an effective...

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Do Current Measurement Approaches Underestimate Levels of Unwanted Childbearing? Evidence from Rural India

Vol.60,
No.3,
(2006),
pp 243-256

The validity of estimates of unintended childbearing has often been questioned, especially given their almost exclusive...

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Searching for Justice for Body and Self in a Coercive Environment: Sex Work in Kerala, India

Vol.12,
No.23,
(2004),
pp 58-67

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Punjab, Rich and Ruined: The Poverty of Plenty

Vol.17,
No.39,
(2010)

It’s not stones. It’s not land. Something else is eating away India’s most robust state. VIJAY SIMHA tracks the...

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Searching for Justice for Body and Self in a Coercive Environment: Sex Work in Kerala, India

Vol.12,
No.23,
(2004),
pp 58-67

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Do Current Measurement Approaches Underestimate Levels of Unwanted Childbearing? Evidence from Rural India

Vol.60,
No.3,
(2006),
pp 243-256

The validity of estimates of unintended childbearing has often been questioned, especially given their almost exclusive...

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Views: 573
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Implementing E-Government in Sri Lanka: Lessons from the UK

Vol.15,
No.3,
(2009),
pp 171-192

With the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICTs), e-government has emerged as an effective...

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E-Governance: Scope and Implementation Challenges in Bangladesh

Vol.2007,
(2007)

  Widespread global acceptance of electronic governance bears testimony to the observation that e-governance has...

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What Ails Indian Higher Education

  What Ails Our Higher Education The higher education in India is suffering and the malaise is increasing...

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Views: 1,636
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More Than 100 Million Women Are Missing

No.November 20,
(1990)

  It is often said that women make up a majority of the world’s population. They do not. This mistaken...

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Kushinagar: Dalit Education in India

(2012)

  The extraordinarily successful French magazine XXI is the publishing industry’s greatest champion of...

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Views: 905
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Empire Meets Globalisation: Explaining Historical Patterns of Inequity in South Asia

Vol.xlviI,
No.30,
(2012),
pp 213-221

Empire Meets Globalisation Explaining Historical Patterns of Inequity in South Asia David Ludden Recent decades of...

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Punjab, Rich and Ruined: The Poverty of Plenty

Vol.17,
No.39,
(2010)

It’s not stones. It’s not land. Something else is eating away India’s most robust state. VIJAY SIMHA tracks the...

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Views: 744
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Searching for Justice for Body and Self in a Coercive Environment: Sex Work in Kerala, India

Vol.12,
No.23,
(2004),
pp 58-67

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Views: 930
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Do Current Measurement Approaches Underestimate Levels of Unwanted Childbearing? Evidence from Rural India

Vol.60,
No.3,
(2006),
pp 243-256

The validity of estimates of unintended childbearing has often been questioned, especially given their almost exclusive...

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Views: 573
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Implementing E-Government in Sri Lanka: Lessons from the UK

Vol.15,
No.3,
(2009),
pp 171-192

With the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICTs), e-government has emerged as an effective...

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Views: 806
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E-Governance: Scope and Implementation Challenges in Bangladesh

Vol.2007,
(2007)

  Widespread global acceptance of electronic governance bears testimony to the observation that e-governance has...

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Views: 1,736
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What Ails Indian Higher Education

  What Ails Our Higher Education The higher education in India is suffering and the malaise is increasing...

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Views: 1,636
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More Than 100 Million Women Are Missing

No.November 20,
(1990)

  It is often said that women make up a majority of the world’s population. They do not. This mistaken...

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Views: 1,410
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Kushinagar: Dalit Education in India

(2012)

  The extraordinarily successful French magazine XXI is the publishing industry’s greatest champion of...

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Views: 905
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Empire Meets Globalisation: Explaining Historical Patterns of Inequity in South Asia

Vol.xlviI,
No.30,
(2012),
pp 213-221

Empire Meets Globalisation Explaining Historical Patterns of Inequity in South Asia David Ludden Recent decades of...

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