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Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Bharatiya Janata Party [12]. Amit Shah [14]. Shiv Sena [12]. Bow and Arrow. Uddhav Thackeray [16]. Janata Dal United [12]. Nitish Kumar. Panneerselvam [17].

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Lok Janshakti Party [12]. Ram Vilas Paswan [17]. Shiromani Akali Dal [12]. Sukhbir Singh Badal [18].

Apna Dal Sonelal [12]. Anupriya Patel [19].

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Naga People's Front [12]. All India N. Congress [12]. Rangaswamy [12]. National People's Party [12]. Sangma [21]. Pattali Makkal Katchi [12]. Mani [22]. Republican Party of India A [12]. Ramdas Athawale [12]. All Jharkhand Students Union [23]. Sudesh Mahto [25].

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Bahujan Republican Ekta Manch [26]. Sulekha Kumbhare [26]. Desiya Murpokku Dravida Kazhagam [12]. Vijayakanth [28]. Goa Vikas Party [29]. Francisco Pacheco [30]. Kerala Congress Thomas [31].

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Thomas [31]. Maharashtrawadi Gomantak Party [12]. Deepak Dhavalikar [12]. However, over a long career as researcher and then director at the Center for Social Sciences in Surat, he has also been a close observer of Gujarat politics. This particular article, written well before Modi's arrival on the national stage, highlights his emphasis on image rather than content, reflected by the shrill reference in the title to the Nazi era propaganda guru, Goebbels. Despite this unsavoury bias in title, the main article is written in an objective and scholarly manner, and highlights the development of Modi as a political leader, quoting from both his supporters like Pravin Sheth, and his detractors such as the journalist Ajay Umat.

He manages the narendramodi. For him, bureaucrats were more dependable and obedient than party and Sangh Parivar activists Shah's work has mainly focused on minority communities - Dalits, Muslims and tribals - and how their voices have been found only in insurrections. Shah is the author of Social Movements in India , which analyzes nine different types of subaltern, class, religion and environmental movements.

However, over a long career as researcher and then director at the Center for Social Sciences in Surat, he has also been a close observer of Gujarat politics. This particular article, written well before Modi's arrival on the national stage, highlights his emphasis on image rather than content, reflected by the shrill reference in the title to the Nazi era propaganda guru, Goebbels. Despite this unsavoury bias in title, the main article is written in an objective and scholarly manner, and highlights the development of Modi as a political leader, quoting from both his supporters like Pravin Sheth, and his detractors such as the journalist Ajay Umat.