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This Book Contains Our Great Heritage, Which way to go-Right or Left?, The caste system we have inherited, India-its experiment in Secularism, Two Nation Theory, The Twain should meet, The Bhoodan Movement, Towards feeding the nations millions - Co-operative farming, Non-alignment, India Contribution to Modern Political Thinking-Non-Violence and Non-alignment, Science and Technology in India, Influence of Newspapers, Children and Governance since independence, Struggle Imbalances in India, Influence of Newspapers, Children and Governance since Independence, Struggle is Life, Sex imbalances in India, China becomes a World Power, India enters the space Age, India and its Nuclear Power Policy, Our Armed Forces, Is Coalition a failure or would it survive in the Indian Politics?, India at cross Roads, The Calamity in Kashmir, India wails in villages, Food and Shelter-The need of the hour, Ignorance is the Culprit, The Dowry Devil, Alcoholism and Drug Addiction, Superstitions, Agriculture in India, Family Planning, "Divide and Rule" - Indian Version, Students and Discipline, Students and Politics, Examinations, The Role of Students in Free India, Choice of a Career, The teaching Profession, The lure of the Government Service, Women and their choice of Profession, My first day in college, My hobby, My future as i Like it to be, The Film i like most-she (The Remainder), My favorite poet-T.S.Eilot, My Favorite Dramatist-G.B.Shaw, The Heaven I Dream of,A Flood i have seen, An Accident.

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Author J. V. Subramaniyam
Publisher Sura Books
Binding Soft Bound
Pages 494
ISBN 9788172540708
Height (Inches) 7
Width (Inches) 4
Depth (Inches) 1
Net Weight (KG) 0.28
Language English

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