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The Village Community as Site of Development: A Field View Versus a Utopian View, by Anand Chakravari 2014. Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi, pp40. Paperback. Rs. 100/- [OP-038].
FID in Retail: A Self Goad, by Kamal Nayan Sabra, Vitasta Publications for Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi 2014. pp40. Hardcover . Rs. 495/- [BOK-025].
Crime Victimisation Survey Delhi and NCR, 2012, by Sankar Sen, IPS. For Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi, pp55. Paperback. Rs. 50/- [HR-027]
International Conference on Strengthening Democracy in Asia: Inclusion, Participation and Rights, , 23- 24 March 2015, India International Centre, New Delhi. 2015. Institute of Social Sciences, Asia Democracy Network, World Movement for Democracy, pp.12.
Twenty- Second Womenâ€™s Political Empowerment Day Celebrations April 24- 25, 2015 Theme: Violence against Women: Role of Panchayats,2015. Institute of Social Sciences, The Asia Foundation, UNICEF, Action Aid, pp. 12.
How can Gandhian Ideas be Woven into the Social Science Agenda? 30th Anniversary Lecture, 9 February 2015 by Ela Gandhi, 2015. Institute of Social Sciences, New Delhi, pp. 16. Paperback. Rs. 100/-