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Punjab Peasantry in Turmoil

By: Birinder Pal Singh

Price: $47.90

Publisher: New Delhi, Manohar Publishers & Distributors:

Seller ID: 1200793

ISBN: 8173048665

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Contents Introduction 1 Class Conflict and Change Profile of a Village in West Punjab Ahmad Salim 2 Impact of Colonial Capitalism on the Peasantry in West Punjab Lubna Saif 3 Globalization and Agriculture Some Propositions Aijaz Ahmad 4 Indias Granary Devastated Punjab under Neo Liberal Economic Reforms Utsa Patnaik 5 Whom and What to Fight Indian Farmers Collective Action under Liberalization and Globalization Staffan Lindberg 6 Farming Crisis and Farmers Suicide in Pun... View more info

Problem of Violence: Themes in Literature

By: Birinder Pal Singh

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Publisher: New Delhi, Manohar Publishers & Distributors:

Seller ID: 1200869

ISBN: 8185952612

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The work attempts to make sense of the eternal problem of violence which has afflicted humanity all along. Literature on violence covers a wide specturm and broad range of issues related to it. The author splits the whole corpus of literature into five themes namely: Revolutionary Violence, Theorization of Violence, Religious Theories of Violence, Violence in Science and Society and And Non-violence. The work makes a significant contribution in compiling the works of phi... View more info

Criminal' Tribes of Punjab: A Social-Anthropoligical Inquiry

By: Birinder Pal Singh

Price: $26.35

Publisher: New Delh, Routledge/Manohar Publishers &Distributors: 2018

Seller ID: 1201168

ISBN: 1138498378

Condition: New


Printed Pages: 151 View more info

Sikhs in the Deccan and North-East India

By: Birinder Pal Singh

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Publisher: New Delhi, Routledge/Manohar Publishers &Distributors:

Seller ID: 1201269

ISBN: 1138598410

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Printed Pages: 239 View more info

Violence as Political Discourse: Sikh Militancy Confronts the Indian State

By: Birinder Pal Singh

Price: $14.50

Publisher: Shimla, Indian Institute of Advanced Studies: 2002

Seller ID: 901430

ISBN: 817986006X


The problem of Sikh militancy during the 1980s not only rocked the nation but assumed international significance. A voluminous literature is available under the titles of Punjab problem or crises, all condemning violence. Those on the sides of the state held the militants responsible for violence and those being soft towards the militants fixed the responsibility on the Indian state. But none of these studies focused on the violence per se. What was the nature of violenc... View more info