Imprisoned in India: Corruption and Wrongful Imprisonment in the World's Largest Democracy

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James Tooley has been described as a 21st-century Indiana Jones, travelling to remote parts of the developing world to track something that many regarded as mythical: private schools serving the poor. It was in the Indian city of Hyderabad that Tooley first discovered these schools, and wrote about them in his award-winning book The Beautiful Tree, which also documented state corruption and the attempts to shut the schools down. But the state was to exact revenge: upon returning to Hyderabad, Tooley was unjustly arrested ...

Imprisoned in India: Corruption and Wrongful Imprisonment in the World's Largest Democracy 2016, Biteback Publishing, London

ISBN-13: 9781785901010

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