Development Hegemony: NGOs and the State in India
This book deals with the current debates in South Aisa on the role of the state and the non-government organizations in the development process and in fostering democratic principles. It is a critique of the grassroots development in India over the past few decades.
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DEVELOPMENT DISCOURSE AND THE TERRAIN OF NONPARTY
THEORIZING STATE AND CIVIL SOCIETY
A DISCOURSE OF DEPOLITICIZATION RSE OLITICIZATION
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