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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
New Delhi : Vitasta Pub., c2008
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|Description:||xii, 334 p. ; 23 cm.|
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Paradox of Proximity
Six decades after the British withdrew from the subcontinent, it takes considerable audacity to produce a book titled “The Raj Lives”. It takes much more when the country supposedly on the receiving end is one that actually never came under British colonialism.
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Know Thy Neighbour
The growing influence of external players in the affairs of the world’s newest republic – many of them overtly inimical to Indian interests – requires us to gain a better understanding of the Nepali psyche. A new book, “The Raj Lives: India in Nepal,” has come as a useful...
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