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This generation is very different and still in the process of finding its essence.

Hilal Naqvi (Pakistani Poet)

There is no denying that in Jaun’s poetry, the hearts of today’s generation beat

Hilal Naqvi (Pakistani Poet)

There is always depth in his poetry sans intricacies

Hilal Naqvi (Pakistani Poet)

I have no interest in television or newspapers. But I still read books with the same interest as in my youth

Muhammad Ibrahim Joyo

I love all the books that I have written or edited because I did this work out of passion, not as a source of income

Muhammad Ibrahim Joyo

When I was a child, my grandmother used to make me eat butter and yogurt. Since then, these two things have remained an essential part of my diet.

Muhammad Ibrahim Joyo

My soul guided my pen whenever I sat down to write my books.

Muhammad Ibrahim Joyo

I have never asked for royalty for my books because my intention has always been to enlighten the people with knowledge.

Muhammad Ibrahim Joyo

My first major outing as a political scientist made some impact among those who were debating the contours of federalism, panchayati raj, the parliamentary system, politics of administration, party system and, ultimately, the future of Indi

Rajni Kothari

Though I enjoyed teaching at Baroda, I was not entirely comfortable with the manner in which empirical realities were researched and talked about in India.

Rajni Kothari

I would have liked not to be anecdotal, but the story of the Centre goes back to 1961.

Rajni Kothari

I need a few intellectual gangsters for my new project.

Rajni Kothari

These 50 years encompass both a blossoming of the democratic enterprise that the country had set its heart on and its gradual erosion and dissipation.

Rajni Kothari

Inevitably, they got increasingly driven to merely making rhetorical noises.

Rajni Kothari

The concept of dalit being conceived as a broad, encompassing, set of castes and classes, producing a new form of radicalism than has been represented by either the Liberal or the Marxist or the 'new social movements' perspectives, most of which were found to lack of social agenda and failed to concede to the dalits their rightful claims, and a clearly defined role in running the affairs of the state through direct access to political power.

Rajni Kothari

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