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Department of Politics and Public Administration

1)    Kulkarni, M. (2019). Intimacy, belonging, and masculinity in Bhalachandra Nemade'S Novel Kosla (COCOON). The Politics of Belonging in Contemporary India: Anxiety and Intimacy (pp.193-202). Taylor and Francis Inc.. ISBN: 9780429295980/9781138562943.
2)    Deshpande, R., Birmal, N. (2017). Beyond the Congress system in Maharashtra. In S. Palshikar, S. Kumar., S. Lodha(Eds.), Electoral Politics in India: The Resurgence of the Bharatiya Janata Party (pp.137-152). India: Routledge. ISBN: 1138201944/9781138201941.
3)    Palshikar, S. (2017). Understanding Congress's debacle. In S. Palshikar, S. Kumar., S. Lodha(Eds.), Electoral Politics in India: The Resurgence of the Bharatiya Janata Party (pp.34-51). India: Routledge. ISBN: 1138201944/9781138201941.
4)    Deshpande, R. (2017). The civil society and its paradoxical consensus. In L. Lobo(Ed.), Indian Democracy: Strengths and Weaknesses (pp.181-190 ). Delhi: Primus Publications.
5)    Deshpande, R. (2017). Political economy of a dominant caste . In R. Nagraj, S. Motiram(Eds.), Political Economy of Contemporary India, Cambridge, UK (pp.77-97). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 9781107164956 / 9781316691373.
6)    Lodha, S., Palshikar, S., Kumar, S. (2017). Introduction. In S. Palshikar, S. Kumar., S. Lodha(Eds.), Electoral Politics in India: The Resurgence of the Bharatiya Janata Party (pp.1-12). India: Routledge. ISBN: 1138201944/9781138201941.
7)    Palshikar, S., Suri, K.C. (2017). Epilogue: Critical shifts in 2014 election. In S. Palshikar, S. Kumar., S. Lodha(Eds.), Electoral Politics in India: The Resurgence of the Bharatiya Janata Party (pp.282-299). India: Routledge. ISBN: 1138201944/9781138201941.
8)    Deshpande, R. A. (2017). Democracy in India. In T. Coleman(Ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Hinduism. New York: Oxford University Press.
9)    Bhoye, P.K., Sethi, G. (2016). Worlds' Indigenous rights and the rights for Scheduled Tribes in India . In G. C. Sethi(Ed.), Human Rights and the Marginalized in Contemporary India (pp.30-49). Chandigarh : Unistar Books. ISBN: 9789351138785.
10)    भोये, पी.के. (2015). आदिवासी राखीव मतदारसंघातील राजकारण: कांग्रेसकडून भाजपकड़े वाटचाल. In तुकाराम जाधव, विवेक घोटाळे(संपा.), महारात्रके राजकारण नव्या वळणावर (विधानसभा निवडणूक 2014: सामाजिक-आर्थिक व राजकीय अन्वयार्थ) (pp.५९-६४ ). पुणे : यूनीक अॅकेडमी.
11)    Kulkarni, M. (2015). Radical Translation: S. R. Rajwade’s Encounter with F. W. Nietzsche. In S. Deshpande(Ed.), Philosophy in Colonial India (pp.195-208). New Delhi: Springer. ISBN: 9788132222231.
12)    Yadav, Y., Palshikar, S. (2014). Between Fortuna and Virtu: Explaining Congress' Ambiguous Victory in 2009. Party Competition in Indian States: Electoral Politics in Post-Congress Polity. UK: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198099177/978-019809917-8.
13)    Deshpande, R. (2014). Tokdar Jaat Asmitanche Rajkaran . In U. Kamble(Ed.), Jaagtikikarnatil Sanskriti Sangharsh. Pune: Sugawa .
14)    Palshikar, S.V., Deshpande, R., Birmal, N. (2014). Survival in the Midst of Decline: A Decade of Congress Rule in Maharashtra, 199-2009Survival in the Midst of Decline: A Decade of Congress Rule in Maharashtra, 199-2009. In S.V. Palshikar, K.C. Suri, Yadav, Y.(Eds.), Party Competition in Indian States (pp.431-450). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198099177 / 9780198099178.
15)    Palshikar, S.V. (2014). Politics of Maharashtra and Its Environment. In D. Dusan, D. Jasper(Eds.), Rethinking Western India: The Changing Contexts of Culture, Society and Religion (pp.237-250). New Delhi: Orient Blackswan. ISBN: 8125055827 / 9788125055822.
16)    Palshikar, S.V., Suri, K.C., Yadav, Y. (2014). Introduction: Normalization of the Post-Congress Polity. In S.V. Palshikar, K.C. Suri, Yadav, Y.(Eds.), Party Competition in Indian States (pp.1-41). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198099177 / 9780198099178.
17)    Deshpande, R. (2014). Lokshahiche Bhan, Janandolane ani Stree Chalwal. In V. Bhagwat, A. Sapkal, V.M. Geetali(Eds.), Sandharbhasahit Streevad (pp.124-130). Borivali: Shabd Publication.
18)    Kulkarni, M. (2014). Critical Masculinity Studies in India. In R.K. Dasgupta, K.M. Gokulsing(Eds.), Masculinity and Its Challenges in India. London: MacFarland & Company. ISBN: 0786472243/9780786472246.
19)    Palshikar, S.V., Birmal, N., Ghotale, V. (2014). Coalitions in Maharashtra: Political Fragmentation or Social reconfiguration?. In E. Sridharan(Ed.), Coalition Politics in India: Select Issues at the Centre and the States (pp.107-172). New Delhi: Academic Foundation. ISBN: 9332701474 / 9789332701472.
20)    Deshpande, R. (2014). Bhagwangadavarun Mala Mumbai Disate Aahe: How Caste Survives Amidst Democratic Politics. In D. Deak, D.Thorner(Eds.), Rethinking Western India: The Changing Contexts of Culture, Society and Religion . Delhi: Orient Blackswan. ISBN: 8125055827/9788125055822.
21)    Deshpande, R. (2013). Who does not want Pune to become Singapore? Politics of development in an Emerging metropolis. In I. Shirley, C. Neill(Eds.) , Asian and Pacific Cities : Development patterns (pp.138-150). London: Routledge. ISBN: 9781138814424/9780415632041.
22)    Palshikar, S.V. (2013). Regional and Caste parties. In A. Kohli, P. Singh(Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Indian Politics (pp.91-104). New York: Routledge. ISBN: 9780415776851 / 9780203075906.
23)    Kulkarni, M. (2013). Law, Rights and the State in India. In A. Vanaik, S.K. Das(Eds.), Political Science Vol. 1: The Indian State. New Delhi: ICSSR/Oxford University Press.
24)    Palshikar, S.V. (2013). Election Studies. In K.C. Suri, A. Vanaik(Eds.), Indian Democracy, ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations, ( Political Science; Vol. II) (pp.161-208). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198084951 / 9780198084952.
25)    Mundhe, B.H. (2013). Bureaucracy and Society: Weberian, Marxist and Feminist Perspectives . In C. Redkar(Ed.), Administrative Theory (pp.29-42). Mumbai: Centre for Distance Education, SNDT Women’s University.
26)    Bhoye, P. (2012). Savidhanik Sanrachana. In S. Patil(Ed.), Bhartiy Prasashan. Kolhapur: Distance Education Center Shivaji University.
27)    Palshikar, S.V. (2012). Rajyashastra: Ek Chikitsak Drushtikshep. In P. Pawar(Ed.), Samakaleen Rajyashastra (pp.3-18). Pune: Diamond Publications.
28)    Palshikar, S.V. (2012). Samakaaleen Rajyashastra-Ek Chikitsak Drushtikshep. In P. Pawar(Ed.), Samakaleen Rajyashastra (pp.19-36). Pune: Diamond Publications.
29)    Deshpande, R. (2012). Samkaleen Dharmakaran ani Artha Rajkiya Tanebane. Unique Features, Devachya Navane (pp.16-24). Pune: Samkaleen.
30)    Palshikar, S.V. (2012). Elections in India: Prestige Deriving from Practice (in French: Les elections en Inde: Un Prestige puissant au Coeur de la pratique et du Soutine populaire). In C.L. Mayer(Ed.), Governance Chronicle (in French: Chroniques de la gouvernance) (pp.183-191). Paris: Institute for Research and Debate on Governance. ISBN: 9782843771705.
31)    Bhoye, P. (2012). Bhartiya Prasaskiya Vyavastha Uday ani Vikas. In S. Patil(Ed.), Bhartiy Prasashan. Kolhapur: Distance Education Center Shivaji University.
32)    Kulkarni, M. (2011). Albert Camus and the Politics of Friendship. In M. Kulkarni(Ed.), Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Political Theory. New Delhi: Sage . ISBN: 813210630X/9788132106302.
33)    जगझाप, एच.एल. (2011). भीमशक्ती शिवशक्ती युतीने घाट होईल . In अ. कांता, तु. जाधव, सु. जोंधळे(संपा.), रिपब्लिकनांची हाराकिरी (pp.१३१-१४१). पुणे : द युनिक अकॅडमी.
34)    Palshikar, S.V. (2011). Towards Radical Social Sciences: Lessons from D.R. Gadgil. In S. Brahme(Ed.), The Indian Political Economy: Problems and Prospects: Selected Writings of D.R. Gadgil (pp.409-424). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198069456 / 9780198069454.
  

Publications Before 2011


35)    Jagzap, H.L. (2010). जमीन, राजकीय पॉवर आणि दुर्बल समुदाय. In प.क. जाधव(संपा.), समकालीन भारतातील वंचित समुदाय (pp.104-117). नवी दिल्ली: रजत प्रकाशन. ISBN: 8178805014/9788178805016.
36)    Deshpande, R. (2010). The Missing Women: Gender Representation in Indian Politics. In A. Mehra(Ed.), Emerging Trends in Indian Politics the 15th General Elections (pp.217-238). New Delhi : Routledge. ISBN: 0415864844/9780415864848.
37)    Deshpande, R. (2010). Jagatikikarn, Lokshahi ani Garibanche Rajkaran. In U. Kamble(Ed.), Jagtikikaranchi Arishte (pp.195-206). Mumbai: Lokvangmaya Griha.
38)    Deshpande, R. (2010). Garv Se Kahon Hum Lingayat Hain!: Caste Associations and Identity Politics in Maharshtra. In A. Kumar(Ed.), Regions within Regions: Understanding State politics in India (pp.307-308). New Delhi: Orient Longman.
39)    Palshikar, S.V. (2009). The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side…: Are we Becoming a Majoritarian Society?. In R.M. Basrur(Ed.), Challenges to Democracy in India (pp.248-270). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0195698533 / 9780195698534.
40)    Palshikar, S.V. (2009). Political Economy of Humiliation: Tale of a Failed Strike. In G. Guru(Ed.), Humiliation: Claims and Context (pp.163-178). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198074921 / 9780198074922.
41)    Palshikar, S.V., Birmal, N. (2009). Maharashtra: Towards a New Party System. In S. Shastri, K.C. Suri, Y. Yadav(Eds.) , Electoral Politics in Indian States: Lok Sabha Elections in 2004 and Beyond (pp.108-129). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0198063296 / 9780198063292.
42)    Palshikar, S.V., Deshpande, R. (2008). An Enterprise called Faith? Tale of a Devsthan in Maharashtra. In M. Naito, I. Shima, H. Kotani(Eds.), Marga: Ways of Liberation, Empowerment and Social Change in Maharashtra (pp.357-382). New Delhi: Manohar Publishers. ISBN: 8173047626 / 9788173047626.
43)    Palshikar, S.V. (2008). The Fragility of Support to Democracy in South Asia. In D. Larry., M. Plattner(Eds.), How People View Democracy (pp.89-101). Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN: 9780801890604 / 9780801890611.
44)    Palshikar, S.V. (2008). The Indian State: Constitution and Beyond. In R. Bhargava(Ed.), Politics and Ethics of the Indian Constitution (pp.143-163). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0195692551 / 9780195692556.
45)    Deshpande, R., Palshikar, P. (2008). Bhakti Marg Becomes Shakti Marg: Tale of A Devsthan in Maharashtra. In M. Naito, I. Shima, H. Kotani(Eds.), Marg: Ways of Liberation,Empowerment and Social Change in Maharashtra (pp.357-380). New Delhi: Manohar. ISBN: 8173047626/9788173047626.
46)    Pandit, S. (2007). Beyond Bananas, Beaches and Bases-Feminist Interpretation of Security and a Paradigm shift in South Asia. In G. Sen(Ed.), Conceptualizing Security for India in the 21st Century. New Delhi : Atlantic. ISBN: 8126907886/9788126907885.
47)    जगझाप, एच.एल. (2007). रिपब्लिकन पक्ष. In सु. कुलकर्णी, सु. पळशीकर(संपा.), महाराष्ट्रातील सत्तासंघर्ष (pp.१६३-१८० ). पुणे : समकालीन प्रकाशन.
48)    Palshikar, S.V. (2007). Shivsena. In S. Palshikar, S. Kulkarni(Eds.), Maharashtratil Sattasangharsh (pp.76-104). Pune: Samakaleen.
49)    Pandit, S. (2007). Regional Identity Politics and Security in South Asia. In G. Sen(Ed.), Impediments to National Security. Pune: NISDA.
50)    Palshikar, S.V. (2007). Jat,Varga ani Samajik Nyay. In V. Ransubhe(Ed.), Bhartache Badalate Rajkaran (pp.72-89). Mumbai: Lokvangmay.
51)    Kulkarni, M. (2007). Indian Masculinities: A Million Mutations Now?. In R.P. Ravindra(Ed.), Breaking the Moulds . Delhi: Books for Change. ISBN: 8189164414/9788189164416.
52)    Deshpande, R. (2007). Congress. In S. Palshikar, S. Kulkarni(Eds.), Maharashtratil Sattasngharsha: Rajkiya Pakshanchi Vatchal ( Marathi- the Power Play in Maharashtra) (pp.22-48). Pune: Samkaleen Prakashan.
53)    Pandit, S. (2007). Can Democracy be designed in South Asia-The Politics of Instititutional Choices. In R.A. Subrahmanyam(Ed.), Reconstructing South Asia-An Agenda. New Delhi: Gyan Publishing . ISBN: 8121209285/9788121209281.
54)    Deshpande, R. (2006). Vanchitanchya Chalwaliche Yashapayash. In K. Bedkihal, B. Bholy(Eds.), Shatkantarachya Valnavar (pp.96-112). Satara: Dr. Ambedkar Academy.
55)    Pandit, S. (2006). India and Humanitarian Intervention in South Asia. In R.A. Subrahmanyam(Ed.), India –Srilanka Partnership for the 21st century. New Delhi: Manohar Publication.
56)    Palshikar, S.V. (2006). From Hegemony to Convergence: Party System and Electoral Politics in the Indian States, 1952-2002. In P.R. De Souza, E. Sridharan(Eds.), India’s Political Parties (pp.73-115). New Delhi: Sage Publication. ISBN: 0761935142/9780761935148.
57)    Palshikar, S.V. (2006). Caste Politics Through the Prism of Region. In R. Vora, A.Feldhaus(Eds.), Region, Culture and Politics in India (pp.271-298). New Delhi: Manohar Publishers. ISBN: 8173046646 / 9788173046643.
58)    Kulkarni, M. (2005). The Dark Subcontinent of Masculinity: Viewing Indian History through the Lens of Men’s Studies. In K.K. Shah(Ed.), History and Gender . Jaipur: Rawat. ISBN: 8170338840/9788170338840.
59)    Palshikar, S.V. (2005). Maharashtra: Dalit Politics in Hindutva Trap. In A. Teltumbde(Ed.), Hindutva and Dalits: Perspectives for Understanding Communal Praxis (pp.208-223). Kolkata: Samya. ISBN: 8185604754/9788185604756.
60)    Palshikar, S.V. (2004). Whose Democracy Are We Talking About? Hegemony and Democracy in India. In R. Vora, S. Palshikar(Eds.), Indian Democracy: Meanings and Practices (pp.127-164). New Delhi: Sage Publication. ISBN: 9789351500193.
61)    Palshikar, S.V. (2004). Shiv Sena: Tiger with Many Faces?. In P.R. De Souza, E. Sridharan(Eds.), India’s Political Parties (pp.253-280). New Delhi: Sage Publication. ISBN: 0761935142 / 9780761935148.
62)    Deshpande, R. (2004). Social Movements in Crisis? . In R. Vora, S. Palshikar(Eds.), IndianDemocracy Meanings and Practices (pp.379-409). New Delhi: Sage Publications. ISBN: 0761997903/9780761997900.
63)    Palshikar, S.V. (2004). Sthanik Shasansamsthanchya Nivadnuka ani Maharashtrache Rajkaran. In S. Palshikar, N. Birmal(Eds.), Maharashtrache Rajkaran: Rajkiy Prakriyeche Sthanik Sandarbh (pp.76-96). Pune: Pratima Prakashan.
64)    Deshpande, R. (2004). Inevitability and Inadequacy of Caste: Some Dilemmas for Mobilisation of Backward Classes. In B.V. Bhosale(Ed.), Mobilisation of Backward Communities in India (pp.200-216). New Delhi: Deep and Deep Publications. ISBN: 8176295884/9788176295888.
65)    Pandit, S. (2004). Hindu Bioethics- Dharma and Female Infanticide. In M. Sleebhoom(Ed.), Genomics in Asia. Londan: Kegan Paul.
66)    Pandit, S. (2004). Democracy and Political Structures in South Asia. In R.A. Subrahmanyam(Ed.), South Asia: Vision and Mission. New Delhi: Konarak.
67)    Palshikar, S.V. (2004). Congresswarchaswachi Jadanghadan ani Padzad. In S. Palshikar, N. Birmal(Eds.), Maharashtrache Rajkaran: Rajkiy Prakriyeche Sthanik Sandarbh (pp.16-46). Pune: Pratima Prakashan.
68)    Palshikar, S.V. (2003). The Regional Parties and Democracy: Romantic Rendezvous or Localized Legitimation?. In A.K. Mehra, D.D. Khanna, G.W. Kueck(Eds.), Political Parties and Party Systems (pp.306-335). New Delhi: Sage Publication. ISBN: 0761997091 / 9780761997092.
69)    Pandit, S. (2003). Tamil diaspora in Canada- Some Reflections. In J. Lele., A.K. Saho., R.K. Hans.,(Author) R. Seshan, S. Varma(Eds.), Fractured Identity: Indian Diaspora in Canada (Canadian Studies Programme) . Jaipur: Rawat . ISBN: 8170337844/9788170337843.
70)    Palshikar, S.V., Vora, R. (2003). Politics of Locality, Community and Marginalization. In S. Patel, J. Masselos(Eds.), Bombay and Mumbai: The City in Transition (pp.161-182). New Delhi: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 0195677110 / 9780195677119.
71)    Palshikar, S.V. (2003). Parivartanachya Rajkaranapudhil Pech. In G.P. Pradhan(Ed.), Avhananshi Sangharsh ani Parivartanachi Disha (pp.107-123). Pune: Bhai Vaidya Felicitation Committee.
72)    Palshikar, S.V. (2003). Politics of India’s Middle Classes. In I. Ahmad, H. Reifeld(Eds.), Middle Class Values in India and Western Europe (pp.171-193). New Delhi: Social Science Press. ISBN: 8187358130/9788187358138.
73)    Palshikar, S.V., Birmal, N. (2003). Maharashtra: Fragmented Marathas Retain Power. In P. Wallace, R. Roy(Eds.), India’s 1999 Elections and 20th Century Politics (pp.206-232). New Delhi: Sage Publication. ISBN: 0761995986/9780761995982.
74)    Palshikar, S.V. (2003). Maharashtrache Badalate Rajkaran: Congressvarchaswachi Jadanghadan ani Padzad. In B.L. Bhole., K. Bedkihal(Eds.), Badalata Maharashtra (pp.21-38). Satara: Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Akademy.
75)    Pandit, S. (2003). International Security and women in South Asia. In N.A. Qazi(Ed.), Human Security. Karachi: Oxford University Press.
76)    Palshikar, S.V. (2002). Pradeshikta, Jat va Bharatiya Rajkaran. In P. Bal., K. Bedkihal(Eds.), Bharatiya Rajakiy Vyavastha (pp.97-127). Satara: Ambedkar Academy.
77)    Pandit, S. (2001). Nontraditional Sources of Security. In A.R. Khan(Ed.), Globalisation. Dhaka.
78)    Pandit, S. (2001). India and the SAARC. In S.M. Rehman(Ed.), SAARC in the New Millenium. Islamabad: Friends.
79)    Deshpande, R. (2000). Acharya Balshastri Jambhekar: Sankrramankalatil Madhyamvargachi Pathrakhan . In R. Vora(Ed.), Aadhunikta ani Parampara (Dr. Y. D. Phadke felicitation volume) (pp.111-142). Pune: Pratima Prakashan.
80)    सुमंत, वाय. (2000). गांधी विचारातील समता संकल्पना: एक पुनर्विचार. In के. रावसाहेब(संपा.), समता: विचार आणि व्यवहार. मुंबई: रुपवते फौंडेशन.
81)    Palshikar, S.V. (2000). Uthal Adhuniktemage Dadlela Sanantanwad: Vishnubawa Brahmachari. In R. Vora(Ed.), Adhunikta ani Parampara (pp.154-182). Pune: Pratima Prakashan.
82)    Pandit, S. (2000). The Construction of Identity and the outsider by the Shiv Sena. In R. Cohen, O. Mishra(Eds.), Forced Migration in the South Asian Region. Brookings and Seagull. ISBN: 8178270862/9788178270869.
83)    Deshpande, R. (2000). Satyagraha : Linking Moral with Political. In N.Y. Datye(Ed.), Rethinking Mahatma Gandhi (pp.91-108). Delhi: Kalinga Publications. ISBN: 818764429X/ 9788187644293.
84)    Palshikar, S.V. (2000). Gandhi and Modernity. In S.N. Datye(Ed.), Rethinking Mahatma Gandhi (pp.165-176). Delhi: Kalinga. ISBN: 818764429X/9788187644293.
85)    Pandit, S. (2000). Geo-Politics to Geo-Economics- A Need for a Human Security Policy. In M.A. Beg(Ed.), Geo-Economic World Order. Islamabad: Friends.
86)    Pandit, S. (1999). The Security Dilemmas of India’s Security Policy. In A.R. Khan(Ed.), Globalization and Security in South Asia. Colombo: RCSS.
87)    Kulkarni, M. (1999). Interrogating our Modernity after Gandhi. In R. Srinivasan, U. Thakkar, P. Rajput(Eds.), Pushpanjali: Essays on Gandhian Themes in Honour of Dr. Usha Mehta. Delhi: Devika Publications. ISBN: 8186557199/9788186557198.
88)    Pandit, S. (1999). Identity, Ideology and Interest-The Dravidian Parties and Education in Tamilnadu –1967 –1997. In S. Shirwadkar(Ed.), Education in India in fifty years- A Critical Review.
89)    Pandit, S. (1998). Ecology, Economy and Hinduism. In R. Pushparajan(Ed.), Economy ,Ecology and Religion. Madurai.
90)    Pandit, S. (1997). D.M.K. and Indian Federalism. In B. Raghavan(Ed.), Reorienting Indian Federalism. New Delhi: M. D. Publishers.
91)    Deshpande, R. (1996). Vinobanche Swarajya Shastra- Vinoba Vichar Darshan. In C. Dharmadhikari, R. Kulkarni(Eds.) NA. (pp.436-445)Wardha: Gram Seva Mandal.
92)    Pandit, S. (1996). The Neo-Marxist era and the Efflorescence of Activism and Development. In J.S. Augustine(Ed.), Rethinking Activism in the Post-Marxist era. New Delhi: Sage Publications.
93)    Pandit, S. (1996). The Dravidian Movement and Women’s Emancipation: E.V.R.’s thought in the Post Modern Perspective. In R. Thandavan(Ed.), The Dravidian Movement: A reformulation. Madras: Poompuhar .
94)    Pandit, S. (1996). Religion and Politics in South Asia- The Hindu Right. In S.J. Kumar, B. Muralidhar(Eds.), Communal Harmony and National Integration. New Delhi: M.D. Publishers.
95)    Palshikar, S.V. (1996). Politics of Absorption. In S. Ram(Ed.), Readings in the Indian Parliamentary Opposition, Vol. I (pp.241-261). Delhi: Kanishka Publishers. ISBN: 8173911134/9788173911132.
96)    Pandit, S. (1996). Indo-Sri Lanka relations in the 1990s. In A.K. Triparthy(Ed.), India’s Foreign Policy in the 1990s. New Delhi: National Publication.
97)    Pandit, S. (1995). The Rise of Hindu Nationalism in India. In M. Kayathwal(Ed.), Political Processes in South . Jaipur: Rawat .
98)    Kulkarni, M. (1995). The Political Dynamics of Action Groups in Rural Maharashtra. In U. Thakkar, M. Kulkarni(Eds.) , Politics in Maharashtra. Mumbai: Himalaya Publishing House.
99)    Pandit, S. (1995). Question of Peaceful settlement- Emerging paradigms. In R.C. Sharma(Ed.), Cyprus. New Delhi: United Nations and Conflict Resolution.
100)    Pandit, S. (1995). Caste and Fundamentalism and Hindutva as a Political Ideology. In A. Nehring(Ed.), Fundamentalism and Secularism: The Indian Predicament. Madras: Gurukul Publishers.
101)    Palshikar, S.V. (1995). Bhandvalshahi Rajkaranachi Apuri Chikitsa: Arun Sadhunchya Kadambrya. In H.S. Sane(Ed.), Sahitya ani Samajik Shastra: Antasambandha (pp.181-196). Pune: Pratima Prakashan.
102)    Palshikar, S.V., Vora, R. (1994). Class, Caste and Ideology in Maharashtra. In K.L. Sharma(Ed.), Caste and Class in India (pp.263-294). Jaipur: Rawat Publications. ISBN: 8170332052/9788170332053.
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