Economic Take-off’s Looming Questions: Democracy, Human Rights, and Civil Society in the “New India”

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In the last two decades, India has come into its own as its economic trajectory has “taken off” and entered new heights. Much of the world is taking notice of its new-found success and confidence. In many parts of the developed world, India is now looked upon as an economic rival rather than a charity case, a country with the brain and human-power to become the strategic and economic powerhouse that might someday soon be a potent, competitive force.

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Pavri, T., 2009. Economic Take-off’s Looming Questions: Democracy, Human Rights, and Civil Society in the “New India”. ASIANetwork Exchange: A Journal for Asian Studies in the Liberal Arts, 17(1), pp.49–66. DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/ane.214

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Tinaz Pavri (Spelman College)

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