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APA Citation

Bakshi, S. R.  (1984).  Home rule movement.  New Delhi :  Capital Publishers

MLA Citation

Bakshi, S. R.  Home rule movement / S.R. Bakshi  Capital Publishers New Delhi  1984

Australian/Harvard Citation

Bakshi, S. R.  1984,  Home rule movement / S.R. Bakshi  Capital Publishers New Delhi

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{{Citation
  | title=Home rule movement / S.R. Bakshi
  | author1=Bakshi, S. R. (Shiri Ram), 1935-
  | year=1984
  | publisher=Capital Publishers
  | language=English
}}

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