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Institutions that cannot manage change: A Gandhian perspective on the Cauvery dispute in South India
There is a growing recognition that water conflicts extend well beyond issues of water scarcity. Perceptions of scarcity are themselves based on assumptions of what is sufficient. And what isExpand
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The State of Our Cities: Evidence from Karnataka
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Towards a Framework to Determine Backwardness
The decision to carry out a caste-based census in India in order to, among other things, get a more scientific basis for reservations has generated considerable debate. Much of this debate hasExpand
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The place of the tribunal in Inter-State water disputes
The enthusiasm in official circles for Tribunals to settle inter-state river water disputes has not been matched by that of the states involved in the disputes. There is some doubt about whether Expand
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Resource cities across phases of globalization: Evidence from Bangalore
The literature on world cities and global cities has a resilient tendency to list hierarchies based on, among other things, the ability of a city to act as a command and control centre of the forcesExpand
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Conflicts in Manipur
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User Intentions in Interactive Tasks
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We measure the mental effort of an agent in terms of its intentions over time in different shopping scenarios and observe that repetitive (loop based) actions result in larger mental effort compared to simple and conditional actions. Expand
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Redefining Conservatism: An Essay on the Bias of India′s Economic Reform
  • N. Pani
  • Political Science
  • 7 July 1994
By Way of Introduction Pragmatism and Bias Crisis and Consensus The Economics of a Conservative Reform The Political Context of Conservatism The Barrier of Static Ideas Towards a Continuing EconomicExpand
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