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Political development in Gujarat

Pravin N. Sheth

Political development in Gujarat

by Pravin N. Sheth

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Published by Karnavati Publications in Ahmedabad .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gujarat (India)
    • Subjects:
    • Gujarat (India) -- Politics and government -- 20th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [5-6]).

      StatementPravin Sheth.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS485.G875 S4 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination193 p. :
      Number of Pages193
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL331603M
      LC Control Number97913711

        The CASME Industrial Park Development has a registered office in Ahmedabad with directors from China and India. An MoU for the project was signed at the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit of The book studies three Indian states that grew in excess of 8% per year for a decade in the twenty-first century: Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, and Gujarat. Despite differences of geography, size, resource endowments, and initial levels of development, several common features tie their experiences together. First, accelerated growth has permitted acceleration in the growth of development expenditures :oso//.

        By Rakesh Rao* Those were different times when Gujarat was known for its moral values and ethics in public life. Gandhiji, Sardar Patel, Indulal Yagnik and Ravi Shankar Maharaj, apart from many unknown leaders, famously set examples of virtues of transparency and accountability in :// Being Muslim and Working for Peace. explores various ways in which religious beliefs, ritual practices and dynamics of belonging impact the politics of Muslim peace activists in Gujarat, and traces how their activism in turn transforms their sense of being.. It challenges popular notions about Muslims in India and questions ill-conceived research designs in the sociology of ://

      This chapter discusses the politics of groundwater markets and its interrelation with social differentiation and class–caste relations. Based on an intensive social anthropological study of a village in north Gujarat, it investigates the factors that shaped unrestrained use of groundwater and the responses of various social groups. These factors range from the issues of access and control :oso//. Situated seven kilometres from the city centre of Ahmedabad, the prosperous economic and political capital of Gujarat, Juhapura locality is a symbol of alienation of the minority community. It is deprived of basic infrastructure and public services. Heaps of debris and


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Democratic decentralisation and political development: a case study of Mogri Village Panchayat in Gujarat. [B C Shah] This book presents a comprehensive account of the post-Independence history and politics of Gujarat, one of India's most important federal units. Gujarat is known both for its leading position in economic development, and as the home of ethno-religious political divisiveness.

Adopting a macro, long-term perspective, the author examines the co-existence of economic liberalism and political   Debroy travelled all over Gujarat this year to write a book, Gujarat, Governance for Growth and Development.

In his book, Debroy reviews the issue of resource distribution, bijli, sadak and pani As we later explained in an interview in this newspaper (‘Gujarat Promises Continued, Accelerated and All-Around Progress: Jagdish Bhagwati & Arvind Panagariya,’ J), “‘Kerala Model’ in our book is a metaphor for a primarily redistribution and State-driven development while ‘Gujarat Model’ is the metaphor Gujarat - The Land of the Legends: Gujarat is a State in northwestern India, on the border with Pakistan and Rajasthan in the north east, Madhya Pradesh in the east, and Maharashtra and the Union territories of Diu, Daman, Dadra and Nagar Haveli in the south.

The Arabian Sea borders the state both to the west and the south ://   In the Gujarat assembly electionspolitical parties indulged in tokenism vis-à-vis selection of women candidates and foregrounding a mandate for women’s development.

The BJP’s rhetoric of “vikas” and Congress party’s experiment of bringing together three dissenting groups for inclusive development will unravel in :// BOOK EXCERPT Why Muslims in Gujarat supported the BJP (even if it is not clear whether they voted for the party) In ‘Keeping The Peace’, Raheel Dhattiwala explores political ideologies leading   The latest HDI computations for Indian states, presented by Reetika Khera and myself in Economic and Political Weekly, place Gujarat in the 9th position among 20  › Opinion › Comment.

Economist Bibek Debroy, author of the book, Gujarat: Governance for Growth and Development, also argues that the state government’s policy of helping companies acquire land for industrial / Rana Ayyub has published excerpts of what she calls her conversations with ex-Gujarat officials about the riots.

Officials of the then Narendra Modi-led Gujarat government alleged political pressure in connection with the riots and the various alleged fake encounters in the made these claims in a sting operation by former Tehelka journalist Rana Ayyub who has self-published The NCERT has removed the term “anti-Muslim” from the class 12 political science textbook, and now the Gujarat riots are now called just the “Gujarat riots” in the revised version of   In an interview with Outlook, Gujarat Congress working president, Hardik Patel, says there is no infighting in the party and the Congress is confident of winning state ://   The science of Political Economy rests upon a few notions of an apparently simple character.

Utility, wealth, value, commodity, labour, land, capital, are the elements of the subject; and whoever has a thorough comprehension of their nature must possess or be soon able to   Social development.

Gujarat lags Karnataka and Tamil Nadu in social development, though it is on a par with the all-India average for most social development indicators. A new book by   Despite tall talk of progress and development, the practice of untouchability is still prevalent in rural areas of Gujarat.

This was found in a survey by the Navsarjan Trust and the Robert F. › News › National. Gujarat Files is the account of an eight-month long undercover investigation by journalist Rana Ayyub into the Gujarat riots, fake encounters and the murder of state Home Minister Haren Pandya that brings to the fore startling ://   After the high pitched Gujarat polls inthis year went by largely without any big political development.

However, prominent Koli community leader Kunvarji Bavaliya made news when he quit the Congress to join the BJP. The sitting MLA from Jasdan also resigned from the state Assembly, necessitating a bypoll in the :// This book offers important new insights into recent advances and perspectives in the field of political economy of development in Southeastern European countries.

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InNarendra Modi promised to bring the Gujarat model of development to India. But the state's focus on megaprojects at the expense of SMEs hurt job creation, says a new book /  AHMEDABAD: Panic gripped political circles in Gujarat after Raman Patkar, a minister in the Vijay Rupani government, was admitted to the Ahmedabad Civil Hospital with symptoms of Taking a leaf from Batra's book, India's prime minister and former chief minister of Gujarat state, Narendra Modi, last week said that genetic science existed in ancient ://