Violence as political discourse
Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 2002 - Political violence - 244 pages
Looks At The Problem Of Sikh Militancy And Violence In The Form Of A Discourse Between Opposing Camps-The Sikh Militants And The Indian State. Proviedes Insights Inot Economic, Political, Legal, Administrative, Social Cultural, Religion And Historical Aspects Of Punjab Society.
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