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On SAGE Insight: National Identity in “New” India’s Globalized Mediascapes

Article title: In Other Spaces: Contestations of National Identity in “New” India’s Globalized Mediascapes From Journalism & Communication Monographs Over the past two decades, globalization and media proliferation have transformed India’s culture, politics, economy and overall national imagination, its postcolonial … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Right to anonymity under threat

Special report From Index on Censorship Magazine In July, India’s women and child development minister, Maneke Gandhi announced a creation of a new “cyber cell” to monitor instances of women being abused by online trolls. However, although this would not … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: The Effect of Deals and Moods on Compulsive Buying

OnFrom Global Business Review All of us have witnessed impulsive buying tendencies especially for products, such as ice creams, street foods and artificial jewelry. However, when buying becomes an addiction and starts resulting into a pathological condition, it is termed … Continue reading

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Access to modern agricultural technologies and farmer household welfare

From Millennial Asia Despite massive investments and much vaunted technological progress, growth in agricultural sector has remained more or less stagnant since 1991. It is argued that a lasting solution to the problems of rural poverty and unemployment lies in … Continue reading

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Special Issue on India: Globalization and People at the Margins: Experiences from the Global South

From Journal of Developing Societies This research focuses on the dispossessed, the marginal, the excluded and the empowerment of the voiceless. In this special issue, authors have tried to use the concept of marginalization in a more nuanced manner to … Continue reading

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Who owns urban waste? Appropriation conflicts in emerging countries

From Waste Management & Research Managing solid waste in developing cities is not an easy task and many public policies have failed to bring the expected results. It is argued in this paper that comprehending the solid waste handling in … Continue reading

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SAGE bags “Best Stall” award at the 36th International Kolkata Book Fair 2012

Congratulations to our events colleagues in the India office, who earlier this month claimed “Best Stall” at the 36th International Kolkata Book Fair (25 Jan 2012 – 05 Feb 2012). The SAGE stall was awarded the Best Stall in the Large … Continue reading

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The dramatic transformation of US-India relations over the past decade

Reviving the momentum in US engagement with India: an American perspective From India Quarterly: A Journal of International Affairs Headlines last week announced President Barack Obama’s support for India to have a permanent seat on the UN Security Council. This … Continue reading

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Pakistan’s nuclear weapons program and implications for US national security

From International Relations Pakistan’s nuclear weapons program causes concern for a variety of reasons and in particular generates threats to US national security. This article outlines how the deep animosity between Pakistan and India has been a key driving force … Continue reading

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