Salimullah Khan’s critiques On Gyantapas Abdur Razzaq’s PhD thesis: ‘Political Parties in India’
Welcome back to another episode of Boundless Bytes. I’m your host, Riton Khan , and today, we have something truly special in store for you.
On January 29 of 2022, a remarkable event unfolded at Bengal Shilpalay in the heart of the capital. The Gyantapas Abdur Razzaq Foundation, in collaboration with University Press Limited (UPL), unveiled a gem from the annals of academic history.
Professor Razzaq's groundbreaking 1950 PhD thesis from the London School of Economics titled ‘Political Parties in India’ saw the light of day in the form of a book for the very first time.
Now, you might be wondering why this is so special. Well, the depth and insights of this work have remained under wraps for so long. Today, we will uncover this literary treasure with none other than Salimullah Khan, as he shares his critique on this masterpiece.
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