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Does ableism permeate into coping mechanisms for a pandemic struck world? Is universalisation and disability inclusion still an afterthought in India?
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Learning, in higher education, has seen a paradigm shift with the onset of COVID-19. The sudden closure of all the campuses in India led to the
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Nationalism is an essentially contested concept. It has been interpreted in various ways and there is no authoritative definition that can encompass all the ideas around it.
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Elite as a category has caught the attention of the political scientist and sociologist worldwide, for it captures the essence of the society being analysed.
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Kathmandu Dilemma: Resetting India-Nepal Ties, authored by Ranjit Rae, is an extremely engaging book on socio-political transformations in Nepal
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