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The Indian Review January 1950 A Monthly Periodical Devoted to the Discussion of All Topics of Interest

1950

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A. under the inspiring leadership of Subhas Bose and the sudden awakening of British justice and magnanimity It was undoubtedly due to the cumulative effect of all these and to the pressure of world events which made the freedom of India the keystone of the United Nations of the World. [...]. Thus the peace of the body is the well-ordered organisation of its parts ; the peace of the irrational soul is the well-ordered repose of its sensual desires ; the peace of the rational soul is the well-ordered agreement of thought and action ; the peace of the body and soul together is the well-ordered life and health of the living being ; the peace of mortal men and God is the well-ordered o [...] In spite of the great work done by the concept of the reign of law for the maintenance of the liberties of the individual subject it apparently brought in its train features in the administration of Justice which necessarily led to delay formalism rigidity and paradoxically at times to a negation of justice. [...] But is it not the cry of the common man the world over that there is one law for the poor and another for the rich or the more serious cry justice is only for the rich and none for the poor ". The complicated machinery of the Courts of the land and the enormous expense entailed by legal proceedings justify to a great extent this criticism. [...] There are also likely to be disputes in the working out of the details of the scheme in the approval of plans in the fixing of standards and in the allocation of burdens.

Title Pages Author/Editor
Frontmatter i-5 B. Natesan

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Fifty Years 6-11 B. Natesan

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Hail and Farewell G. A. N.! 12-14 Pattabhi Sitaramayya

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A Pioneer of Popular Culture 15-ii B. G. Kher

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Peace The Tranquillity of Order 17-19 Louis Mathias

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A National Savings Movement for India 20-22 V. T. Krishnamachari

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The Place of Administrative Law in the New India 23-27 P. V. Rajamannar

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Europe and Russia—An Essay on Soviet Diplomacy 28-29 M. Ruthnaswamy

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Devaluation 30-34 C. P. Aiyer

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The Review and Its Founder 34-34 P. S. Raja

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“In Freedom it Found Its Golden Jubilee ” 35-35 B. Natesan

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This Queer World 36-36 H. E., K. N. Katju

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G. A. N.—Some Happy Memories 37-38 H. S. L. Polak

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May it Grow from Strength to Strength 39-39 B. Reddi

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A Tribute to a Publisher 40-ii C. Jinarajadasa

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Democracy and Discipline 41-43 N. Raghunathan

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Himalayan Humanity 43-ii James Cousins

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Our Children 49-52 K. Satthianadhan

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Interpreting Indian Thought to America 53-ii T. M. P. Mahadevan

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The Policy of Protection in India 57-59 B. V. Naidu

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The Toy Cart Theatre 60-61 G. Venkatachalam

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Gandhi’s Approach to Gita and Upanishads 62-65 V. Rao

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Ramakrishna and Vivekananda 65-67 Nandalal Chatterji

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Tamil at the Cross-Roads 68-iv K. Swaminathan

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British Annexation Policy in India 73-79 C. S. Srinivasachariar

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This Land of Ours 79-ii B. Natesan

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Kannappan or the Hunter of Kalahasti 81-89 Harindranath Chattopadhyaya

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The Triumph of Nehru 90-94 J. J. Singh

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From my Notebook 95-96 Bee

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Significance of Mohurram 97-97 Mahomed Usman

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The Universities and the Future 98-102 S. Ramaswami

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The Appreciation of the Movies 103-105 Amir Mukerji

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Industrial Management and Labour 106-108 Urmila Srivastava

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That Summer Afternoon 109-112 B. N.

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The Minor Conduit: A Short Story 113-117 S. K. Chettur

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Our Constitution 118-121 B. Natesan

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Threat of S. African Fascism to East Africa 122-124 M. J. Seroney

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Planned Utilization of Manpower Resources 125-127 K. Ramachandran

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These Eventful Years: 1900-1959 128-130 B. Natesan

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Home and Foreign Affairs 131-132 “An Indian Journalist”

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the world of books 133-135 B. Natesan

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Backmatter i-i B. Natesan

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government politics public policy

Pages
159
SARF Document ID
sarf.120024