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The Black Book of Gujarat

M.L. Sondhi (Editor) Apratim Mukarji (Editor)
Synopsis A distinguishing characteristic of this book is that is looks upon the happenings in Gujarat as both a part of historical truth and as a lesson for humankind to retrieve approaches to conflict resolution and communal harmony. Thus this book is a work of contemporary history, a manual of conflict analysis and a sociological study.
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About the author

Apratim Mukarji

Apratim Mukarji (b. 1941), who has been a prominent journalist with Amrita Bazar Patrika, Calcutta, and The Hindustan Times, New Delhi, for over 32 years is a keen observer of international relations and diplomacy. For over a decade, he has written extensively on Sri Lanka, covering its debilitating civil war, and India’s relations with major world and regional powers. His highly informative publication, The War in Sri Lanka: Unending Conflict?, published in July 2000 is considered as authoritative commentary on one of the longest running ethnic conflicts in the world. During his visit to Yugoslavia as an international observer for the presidential and parliamentary elections, he realized that there were aspects of the developments which were not being adequately communicated to the international community. This volume is an attempt to meet that particular requirement.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Black Book of Gujarat
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178270609
length xiv+465p., 22cm.
Subjects History