Table of contents for Democracy, development and discontent in South Asia / edited by Veena Kukreja, Mahendra Prasad Singh.

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List of Abbreviations
Preface		i-vii
Acknowledgements	
Introduction	M.P. Singh and Veena Kukreja	1-56
Chapter 1	Multicultural Identity and Democracy in India
	M.P. Singh	57-76
Chapter 2	Restoration of Democracy in Pakistan:	77-107
	A Critical Analysis of Political Culture
	And Historical Legacy 
	Saleem Qureshi
Chapter 3	Democracy and Authoritarianism in Bangladesh
	Veena Kukreja	108-164
Chapter 4	India: A Failed Democratic Developmental State?	165-183
	Niraj Kumar
Chapter 5	Societal Responses to Economic Reforms in Bangladesh:
	The Workers¿ and the Peasants¿ Movements in the 1980s
	and 1990s
	Mohammed Nuruzzaman	184-226
Chapter 6	An Historical Perspective on Ethnicity, Tribalism	227-265
	and the Politics of Frontier Policy in Pakistan
	Lawrence Ziring
Chapter 7	Sri Lanka: To Federalize or Not to
	Federalize? 
	Veena Kukreja and M.P. Singh	266-299
Chapter 8	Domestic Turbulence in Nepal: Origin, Dimensions and India¿s Policy Options
	Nalini Kant Jha	300-325
Chapter 9	Ethnic Engagement in Bhutan and its Regional
	Consequences 
	A.C. Sinha	326-345
Chapter 10	India-Pakistan Conflict Over Kashmir: Peace	346-371
	Through Development Cooperation 
	Rajen Harshe
 About the Editors and Contributors
 Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Democracy -- South Asia.
South Asia -- Politics and government.