Crisis of governancethe case of Bihar
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Contributed articles presented in a seminar on governance with special reference to Bihar, organized by Shri Brajkishore Memorial Institute, Patna, in Aug. 2007.
|Statement||[editors], Sachchidananda, B.B. Mandal.|
|Contributions||Sachchidananda, 1926-, Mandal, B. B., 1942-, Shri Brajkishore Memorial Institute, Patna.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 175 p. :|
|LC Control Number||2008324180|
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