India Today : Looking Back, Looking Forward
Pages : 286
The current crisis that India is undergoing, the crisis conditions are of course are associated with neo-liberalism and when we speak of neo-liberalism we tend to speak of neo-liberalism as an economic phenomenon almost exclusively. One major concern for us was to actually assess what the consequences of this neo-liberal regime have been across the various areas of the society, of Indian society not only political, economic but also in media, in culture, in science & Technology, in various areas emanating from the new kind of policies that began to emerge with the neo-liberal regime around 1990. The extraordinary fact that this, the most aggressive kind of communal offensive in India coincides logically with the beginning of the neo-liberalism in India and therefore trying to see what the connections between this economic phenomenon and this much larger much more complex social and historical phenomenon of Hindutva might be. – AIJAZ AHMED
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