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Anirban Ganguly

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Dr Anirban Ganguly is Director, Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee Research Foundation, New Delhi. He is a scholar of history, civilisation, politics and culture. Dr Ganguly is Member of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) as also Member of the Policy Research Department of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
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Dreams Meet Delivery
Bluekraft Digital Foundation - 2022-04-14
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Anirban Ganguly
Would urge all to read these extracts from Sh @AmitShah’s address on the very stimulating book “#[email protected]: Dreams Meet Delivery”: in order to know the Modi of the last 2 decades it is essential to know the Modi of 3 decades that preceded it:      source
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The Architect of the New BJP
How Narendra Modi Transformed the Party
Ajay Singh - 2022-07-11
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In less than forty years of its existence, the Bharatiya Janata Party has become the world's largest political party and continues to go from strength to strength in Indian politics. Although its historic rise may seem organic to some, there is much internal deliberation and planning that has aided the growth of this 180-million-member organization...
Anirban Ganguly
A fascinating & unputdownable book, narrating PM @narendramodi Ji’s epic political journey from the 1986 AMC polls-Rathayatra to 2014’s epochal victory & beyond! We have our copies, go get yours! “The Architect of the New BJP: How Narendra Modi Transformed the Party”      source
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Blood Island
An Oral History of the Marichjhapi Massacre
Deep Halder - 2019-06-10
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'When the house of history is on fire, journalists are often the first-responders, pulling victims away from the flames. Deep Halder is one of them.' - Amitava Kumar In 1978, around 1.5 lakh Hindu refugees, mostly belonging to the lower castes, settled in Marichjhapi an island in the Sundarbans, in West Bengal. By May 1979, the island was cleared o...
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On the 40th year of Marichjhapi massacre-the forgotten pogrom by @cpimspeak, this is a must read book for all who are concerned about the future of #WestBengal,wish to know Left's blood-soaked record in post-independent India & want to expose their false secularism @deepscribble      source