Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS for the issue: July-August, 2020

Papers are invited on important contemporary social, political and economic issues for the forthcoming edition in July-August, 2020. Following are some suggestive topics –

  1. Post-truth World
  2. Nationalism in the third world societies
  3. Citizenship and the Nation-states
  4. Refugee question in Contemporary Indian politics
  5. Limits of Liberalism
  6. Rise of Right Wing extremism
  7. Climate Change and Global Warming
  8. Urbanization and Environment
  9. Water Crisis
  10. Regional Politics in India
  11. Brexit and Eurpoean Integration
  12. USA's Policy in the Middle East and Afghanistan
  13. India and the Middle-East
  14. Future of SAARC
  15. India-Bangladesh Relations
  16. Indo-Pak Relations
  17. Sino-Indian Relations
  18. India’s Foreign Policy
  19. Cultural Nationalism and Indian Politics
  20. Politics in India: Religion, Caste, Language and Tribe
  21. Secularism in India
  22. Unemployment Problem in India
  23. Economic Downturn in India
  24. India’s Labour Reforms
  25. Peasant Question in India’s Politics
  26. Minorities and Indian Politics
  27. Political Developments in West Bengal and Assam

Apart from the above topics contributors may submit good papers relevant in History, Politics and society of Indiaand other societies. Preference will be given to the books (for reviews) published not before 2018.

Authors are advised to strictly follow the following instructions for acceptance of their papers and to strictly follow the style sheet for notes and references.

We conduct originality check seriously to prevent plagiarism as well as duplication. Contributors are alerted that many papers submitted for the current edition have been rejected due to plagiarism and duplication.

Inclusive is an international e-journal. Contributions are welcome from all nations.

Important Instructions:

1. Deadline for submission: 15 April, 2020.

2. All contributions must be original, not published elsewhere and cannot be sent to other journals simultaneously.

3. All contributions should be mailed to and copies should be sent to and

4. Full-length academic papers should not exceed 7000 words including notes & references. Word limit for the Commentaries & Perspective is 2500 including notes & references. Book review should be within 1500 words.

5. Contributions must be submitted in MS-Word (.docx), Font must be Times New Roman, Font Size 11 pt., Line Spacing 1.5, Paragraph Spacing 0 pt (before paragraph) & 6pt (after paragraph). Page margin must be 15mm. (0.59") on all four sides. All citations must lead to endnotes, there will be no footnotes, The endnote must be with heading "Notes and References".

6. In the text, do not write ‘%’ or ‘percent’, write ‘per cent’.

7. Spell the words in British style.

8. Use single quotation mark to quote a sentence or statement. Use double quotation mark only when you need to quote a statement or expression within a sentence with single quotation mark.

9. At the end of the contribution, NAME, DESIGNATION, E-MAIL ADDRESS and CONTACT NO. of the author must be mentioned.

10. Decisions of the Editorial Board regarding publications are final. The Editorial Board reserves the right to reject any contribution without showing any reason and reserves the right to publish a contribution in some later number of the journal, not in the immediately next issue.

11. If required, contributors will be asked to provide hard copies of their papers/articles.

Style Sheet for Notes and References


From the forthcoming issue authors are instructed to follow the Chicago Author-Date Style Sheet for notes and references.

Any other style sheet for notes and references will not be accepted for publication.

A brief guide on the Chicago Author-Date Style is available here:

Authors can use any standard oline citation generation machine.