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The Indian Review A Monthly Periodical Devoted to the Discussion of all Topics of Interest July 1934

1934

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In both cases he sees the religious instinct of a community assering somehow and somewhere on the one hand against the intellectualism of the schools and on the other against the pictures of Hell the reality of the Divine Compassion. [...] The principal rivers are the Brunei the Rejang and the Kapuas on the west coast and the Sampit the Katingan the Barito and the Mahakam or the Kutei. [...] The Dutch territories are divided into two Residencies : the western Borneo with its capital Pontianak at the mouth of the Kapuas and the Residency of the south and east with its capital at Bandjermassin at the mouth of the Barito river. [...] of ancient found in The most cave of a large Kombeng is situated considerably to the north of Muara Kaman and to the east of the upper course of the Telen river. [...] Now this Grand Old Man of Europe is entering for the third time upen the difficelt and responsible office of the President of a Central European Republic which—in the very midst of a flood of Fascism Hitlerism the cult of State and the cult of race of every possible dictatorial regime of unbridled political and economic nationalism imperialism and newly rising militarism—forms an island of de

Title Pages Author/Editor
Some Aspects of Indian Universities 433-435 K. Zachariah

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The Buddha and the Christ 435-436 Kenneth Saunders

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Early Hindu Colonisation in Borneo 437-440 Ramesh Majumdar

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Our Educated Unemployed 441-442 G.S. Raghavan

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Dr. Masaryk President of the Czechoslovak Republic 443-445 G.A. Natesan

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The Rocks to Clear 445-446 N.S. Varadachari

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Manibardhan: The Bengali Dancer 447-448 Ajoykumar Bhattacharyya

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The Later History of Rama 449-454 S.K. De

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Can Silver Come Back ? 455-456 V.G. Ramakrishnan

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Mauryan Polity 457-458 D.R. Bhandarkar

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Agricultural Debts and Depression 459-463 V.L. D'Souza

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Kemal and Lenin 464-464 V. Thyagarajan

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Indian Affairs 465-467 G.A. Natesan

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World Events 468-469 A.J. Saunders

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Trade and Finance 470-471 Srivas

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Diary of the Month 472-472 G.A. Natesan

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The World of Books 473-475 G.A. Natesan

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Indian States 476-478 G.A. Natesan

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Indians Overseas 479-480 G.A. Natesan

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Topics from Periodicals 481-488 G.A. Natesan

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Multum in Parvo 489-504 G.A. Natesan

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government politics public policy

Pages
74
SARF Document ID
sarf.120024