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Raj Kamal Jha

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Item Description: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, United Kingdom, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 198 x 129 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # AA79781408855072

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Item Description: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, United Kingdom, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 198 x 129 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # AA79781408855072

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. book. Bookseller Inventory # ria9781408855072_rkm

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Item Description: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, She Will Build Him a City, Raj Kamal Jha, As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # B9781408855072

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Item Description: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, United Kingdom, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Export/Airside. 216 x 135 mm. Language: N/A. Brand New Book. SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # LIB9781408855058

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Item Description: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, United Kingdom, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Export/Airside. 216 x 135 mm. Language: N/A. Brand New Book. SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # LIB9781408855058

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Item Description: Book Condition: New. Unused New Copy in Very Good Condition Ships from India Year of Publication. Bookseller Inventory # 95168

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Item Description: Hard Bound. Book Condition: New. (Size; 22.5x14.5cms.), Contents, Preface, Abbreviations, Roman Equivalents of Nagri Letters, 1 Introduction, 2 Medicinal Herbs, 3 Vanaspati (Trees in General), 4 Lata, 5 Trna, 6 Miscellaneous Plants, 7 Conclusion, Bibliography, Index. 150 Unused New Copy in Very Good Condition Ships from India Year of Publication 1988. Bookseller Inventory # 11793

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Raj Kamal Jha

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Item Description: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, United Kingdom, 2015. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 216 x 135 mm. Language: English Brand New Book. SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # AA79781408855041

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Item Description: Hardback. Book Condition: New. SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. book. Bookseller Inventory # ria9781408855041_rkm

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Raj Kamal Jha

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Item Description: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. Hardback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, She Will Build Him a City, Raj Kamal Jha, As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # B9781408855041

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Item Description: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC, United Kingdom, 2015. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 216 x 135 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # AA79781408855041

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Item Description: Deep and Deep. Book Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Keep your eyes healthy: prevent blindness. 2. How the eye works?: Digital camera!/Sudesh Arya. 3. Errors of vision: trends in their correction. 4. Normal vision-low vision/S.K. Chopra. 5. Spectacles and contact lenses. 6. Children's eye special: detect defects early, prevent problems/K.P. Chaudhary and Rajeev Tuli. 7. Vision correction with laser technology: latest but not ultimate. 8. The red eye: denotes a host of eye problems/D.C. Bansal. 9. Trends in Glaucoma (Kala Motia) management: need not bring darkness, if cared. 10. Cataract: graying of eyes with age/Jagat Ram. 11. Harmful sun rays and fireworks: eye needs protection against both. 12. Flashes and floaters: retinal tears and retinal degenerations/Lingam Gopal. 13. Eye lasers: a great leap forward. 14. Fugo blade: immense possibilities to bring light/Daljit Singh. 15. Take eye injuries seriously: minor or major. 16. Diabetic retinopathy: understanding the blind disease/Ashish Mahobia, Manish Nagpal, Kamal Nagpal and P.N. Nagpal. 17. Allergy in the eye: the solution. 18. Colour blindness: can you be colourless from birth to death?/Sunandan Sood. 19. Experiences in dry eye management: early detection can be rewarding. 20. The ageing eye: grow older gracefully with good vision. 21. Twitching of eyelids: can it be a big headache?/Rajiv Tuli and Anil Chauhan. 22. First aid: don't over-do it in the first instance/Ashok Sharma. 23. Women's eye special: men are from Mars, women are from Venus. 24. Squint can be corrected: it is not a curse/Rohit Grover. Frequently asked questions (FAQs): Frequently asked questions (FAQs). Appendices. Photographs. Index."Eyes are the most precious gift Lord has bestowed on us all. Eyes have unlimited potential to capture the beauty of nature and serve the owner for lifetime. Healthy eyes are vital for achieving good vision. To ensure health of our eyes, a few simple facts go a long way in preventing serious vision threatening problems."This book covers basic facts about the functioning of eye, normal and abnormal vision and color vision, refractive errors and their correction with spectacles, contact lenses, and surgical modalities including lasers. It has covered most commonly encountered eye problems such as red eyes, allergic eye diseases, eye injuries, cataract (clouding of the crystalline lens), retinal disorders, and has highlighted prevention of eye diseases. The eye problems affecting different age groups such as children, adults and ageing individuals are discussed in detail. The questions and their answers are provided on various eye diseases, which will be very useful to readers."This book will be immensely beneficial to general public, students, parents, teachers and all professionals including medical doctors. The readers will enjoy reading and benefit from the knowledge contained in this book." (jacket) 372 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 49746

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Raj Kamal Jha

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Item Description: Bloomsbury USA, United States, 2015. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 216 x 147 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. As night falls in Delhi, a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Now grown up, her child is a puzzle with a million pieces, whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, a young man rides the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station and dreams of murder.In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away.There are twenty million bodies in this city, but the stories of this woman, man, and child--of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of a boy who maps his own destiny--weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel.Beautiful, beguiling, and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # AAS9781620409046

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Raj Kamal Jha

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Item Description: Bloomsbury USA, United States, 2015. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 216 x 147 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. As night falls in Delhi, a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Now grown up, her child is a puzzle with a million pieces, whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, a young man rides the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station and dreams of murder.In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away.There are twenty million bodies in this city, but the stories of this woman, man, and child--of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of a boy who maps his own destiny--weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel.Beautiful, beguiling, and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # AAS9781620409046

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Rajiv Kamal Mishra

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Item Description: Hard Bound. Book Condition: New. demy octavo, bibliography, index. 207 8187644605 Unused New Copy in Very Good Condition Ships from India Year of Publication 2004. Bookseller Inventory # 62934

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Jha, Raj Kamal

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Item Description: Bloomsbury, 2016. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 12.9 x 19.8 cm. SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE .As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again.Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder.In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away.There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel.Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # MM-42065554

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Raj Kamal Jha

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Item Description: Bloomsbury UK, 2015. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Gebraucht. Neu leichte Verschmutzung - As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. 339 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # INF1000862030

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Raj Kamal Jha

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Item Description: Bloomsbury UK Feb 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 216x134x30 mm. Neuware - As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. 339 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781408855058

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Tan Chung & Dr Ravni Thakur (Eds)

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Item Description: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts/Gyan Publishing, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Contents Acknowledgements Tan Chung Foreword Kapila Vatsyayan Preface Karan Singh Introduction Tan Chung DEDICATED TO: Gurudeva Rabindranath Tagore, Pioneer in modern times in strengthening cultural ties between India and China Indian Leaders` Speeches in Chinese Universities Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi at Qinghua University, Beijing, 1988. Prime Minister Narasimha Rao at Beijing University, 1993. Vice-President K R Narayan at Fudan University, Shanghai, 1994 Indian Savants` Observations on China Raja Rammohan Roy Gurudeva Rabindranath Tagore Mahatma Gandhi Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru A K Coomaraswami P C Bagchi Perspectives A Holistic Eye on Cultural Interface and Syneregy - Kapila Vatsyayan The Critique of Modernity in India and China - Prasenjit Duara Enchantment and Disenchantment: A Sino-Indian Introspection - Ravni Thakur & Tan Chung Gandhi and Mao: National Identity for an Alternative Future - Mira Sinha Bhattacharjea Body, State and Comos: Mao Zedong`s "Study of Physical Education" 1917 - Patricia Uberoi A Sino-Indian Perspective for India-China Understanding - Tan Chung Unveiling Xuanzang and the Xuanzang Spirit - Haraprasad Ray Towards an Understanding of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics - Hemant Adlakha Culture and Art Some Aspects of Jataka Paintings in Indian and Chinese (Central Asian) Art - M C Joshi & Radha Banerjee India and China: Beyond and the Within - Lokesh Chandra My Trust with Chinese Art - M N Deshpande Icons of Cultural Linkage - D C Bhattacharyya Cultural Synthesis in the Buddhist Art of China - Arputharani Sengupta New Revelations of Xinjiang Art - Priyatosh Banerjee The Creation of Goddess of Mercy from Avloketesvara - Bagyalakshmi The Manichaean Input to Chinese Culture and Art - Radha Banerjee Socio-Political Changes and Economic Development Socio-Political Institutions Development and Democracy: The Indian and Chinese Experience - Manoranjan Mohanty Understanding "Human Relationship" in China - Kamal Sheel Economic Developments The Economic Ideas of Mao Zedong: Agricultural Transformation - Utsa Patnaik Roads for Large Populations Towards Development and Prosperity - S P Gupta Gender Issues Change and Continuity: Orthodox Discourse on Gender Relations in China - Ravni Thakur Women and Family in India and China - Bidyut Mohanty Women and Adult Literacy in China - Shreemati Chakrabarty History and Literature Tagore and China The Controversial Guest: Tagore`s 1924 Visit at China - Sisir Kumar Das Part 1 | Part 2 Tagore`s Inspiration in Chinese New Poetry - Tan Chung Part 1 | Part 2 Ancients on War Strategic Thinking in Ancient Indian and China: Kautilya and Sunzi - Giri Deshingkar Arthashastra and Sunzi Bingfa - V R Ragavan Modern Chinese Literature The Lofty Height of a Writer: My Evaluation of Lu Xun - Manik Bhattacharyya Comeback of Hundred Flowers in Chinese Literataure: 1976-1989 - Sabaree Mitra India-China Relationship Mao Zedong`s Vision: China, The World and India - Mira Sinha Bhattacharjea The Nehru Years Revisited - Giri Deshingkar Retrace Indian Steps in the Agricultural Scene in China 40 Years Back - S K Bhutani Diplomats` Reminiscences Interwoven Memories about China - K.P.S. Menon My Trust with India-China Friendship - A Talk at IGNCA - K.P.S. Menon Diary of an Old China Hand - A K Damodaran Delicious Memories - A Talk at IGNCA - A.K. Damodaran Walk out of the Dinner and Eat it - A Talk at IGNCA - Brajesh Mishra Memories of An Indian Ambassador, 1987-1991 - C V Ranganathan A Young Indian Diplomat in China in the 1960s and 1970s - K S Rana How I Arrived on the China Scene - Vinod Khanna Better Understanding How to Understand China? - V V Paranjpe How to Understand Deng Xiaping`s China? - C V Ranganathan Positive Agenda for Positive Action: Better India-China Understanding - Eric Gonsalves Indian Policies Towards China - A Talk at IGNCA Printed Pages: 579. Bookseller Inventory # 96761

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Tan Chung & Dr Ravni Thakur (Eds)

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Item Description: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts/Gyan Publishing, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Contents Acknowledgements Tan Chung Foreword Kapila Vatsyayan Preface Karan Singh Introduction Tan Chung DEDICATED TO: Gurudeva Rabindranath Tagore, Pioneer in modern times in strengthening cultural ties between India and China Indian Leaders` Speeches in Chinese Universities Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi at Qinghua University, Beijing, 1988. Prime Minister Narasimha Rao at Beijing University, 1993. Vice-President K R Narayan at Fudan University, Shanghai, 1994 Indian Savants` Observations on China Raja Rammohan Roy Gurudeva Rabindranath Tagore Mahatma Gandhi Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru A K Coomaraswami P C Bagchi Perspectives A Holistic Eye on Cultural Interface and Syneregy - Kapila Vatsyayan The Critique of Modernity in India and China - Prasenjit Duara Enchantment and Disenchantment: A Sino-Indian Introspection - Ravni Thakur & Tan Chung Gandhi and Mao: National Identity for an Alternative Future - Mira Sinha Bhattacharjea Body, State and Comos: Mao Zedong`s "Study of Physical Education" 1917 - Patricia Uberoi A Sino-Indian Perspective for India-China Understanding - Tan Chung Unveiling Xuanzang and the Xuanzang Spirit - Haraprasad Ray Towards an Understanding of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics - Hemant Adlakha Culture and Art Some Aspects of Jataka Paintings in Indian and Chinese (Central Asian) Art - M C Joshi & Radha Banerjee India and China: Beyond and the Within - Lokesh Chandra My Trust with Chinese Art - M N Deshpande Icons of Cultural Linkage - D C Bhattacharyya Cultural Synthesis in the Buddhist Art of China - Arputharani Sengupta New Revelations of Xinjiang Art - Priyatosh Banerjee The Creation of Goddess of Mercy from Avloketesvara - Bagyalakshmi The Manichaean Input to Chinese Culture and Art - Radha Banerjee Socio-Political Changes and Economic Development Socio-Political Institutions Development and Democracy: The Indian and Chinese Experience - Manoranjan Mohanty Understanding "Human Relationship" in China - Kamal Sheel Economic Developments The Economic Ideas of Mao Zedong: Agricultural Transformation - Utsa Patnaik Roads for Large Populations Towards Development and Prosperity - S P Gupta Gender Issues Change and Continuity: Orthodox Discourse on Gender Relations in China - Ravni Thakur Women and Family in India and China - Bidyut Mohanty Women and Adult Literacy in China - Shreemati Chakrabarty History and Literature Tagore and China The Controversial Guest: Tagore`s 1924 Visit at China - Sisir Kumar Das Part 1 | Part 2 Tagore`s Inspiration in Chinese New Poetry - Tan Chung Part 1 | Part 2 Ancients on War Strategic Thinking in Ancient Indian and China: Kautilya and Sunzi - Giri Deshingkar Arthashastra and Sunzi Bingfa - V R Ragavan Modern Chinese Literature The Lofty Height of a Writer: My Evaluation of Lu Xun - Manik Bhattacharyya Comeback of Hundred Flowers in Chinese Literataure: 1976-1989 - Sabaree Mitra India-China Relationship Mao Zedong`s Vision: China, The World and India - Mira Sinha Bhattacharjea The Nehru Years Revisited - Giri Deshingkar Retrace Indian Steps in the Agricultural Scene in China 40 Years Back - S K Bhutani Diplomats` Reminiscences Interwoven Memories about China - K.P.S. Menon My Trust with India-China Friendship - A Talk at IGNCA - K.P.S. Menon Diary of an Old China Hand - A K Damodaran Delicious Memories - A Talk at IGNCA - A.K. Damodaran Walk out of the Dinner and Eat it - A Talk at IGNCA - Brajesh Mishra Memories of An Indian Ambassador, 1987-1991 - C V Ranganathan A Young Indian Diplomat in China in the 1960s and 1970s - K S Rana How I Arrived on the China Scene - Vinod Khanna Better Understanding How to Understand China? - V V Paranjpe How to Understand Deng Xiaping`s China? - C V Ranganathan Positive Agenda for Positive Action: Better India-China Understanding - Eric Gonsalves Indian Policies Towards China - A Talk at IGNCA Printed Pages: 579. Bookseller Inventory # 96761

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Gourishankar Ghosh, Kamal Mazumdar, Amarendra Kumar Dubey and Jagdish Chander

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Item Description: APH, 2012. tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Policy and programme 2 Socio-economic problems in programme implementation 3 National water policy management and conservation 4 Administrative set up for programme implementation 5 Financial resources and management 6 Role of bilateral multilateral agencies in water supply programmes 7 Operation and maintenance 8 Role of science and technology in sector development 9 Human resource development 10 Management information system Select bibliography IndexProvision of safe drinking water supply to the fast growing population in the worlds second most populous country ie India is indeed a stupendous task India as signatory to the United Nations resolution on international drinking water supply and sanitation decade had pledged its full support to the action plan under the decade programmeThe launching of a societal mission for rural water supply in 1986 meant a departure from the routine way of implementing water supply schemes in rural areas It was intended to help in bringing in the appropriate technology sustainable and easily acceptable by people The Rajiv Gandhi National Drinking Water Mission has been striving to achieve this objective with active cooperation of state governments research institutions voluntary organisations and participation of the community A large number of publications has been brought out relating to technical aspects of drinking water supply system and programme This volume deviates from the conventional presentation on this topic as it covers national water policy related socio-economic problems institutional framework financial resource management human resource development role of bilateral agencies input of science and technology operation and maintenance issues and management information system These inputs would particularly help the policy makers in formulating appropriate strategy and plan for the rural water supply programmes Besides it would also offer an expanded spectrum of related issues which will be especially relevant to the engineers and professionals who implement the programmes at the grass root level jacket 260 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 100199

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Item Description: Bloomsbury UK Feb 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 216x134x30 mm. Neuware - As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. 339 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781408855058

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Item Description: Bloomsbury UK Feb 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 216x134x30 mm. Neuware - As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. 339 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781408855058

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Item Description: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015. Soft cover. Book Condition: As New. As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. Bookseller Inventory # 114194

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Asha Sinha,R.C. Ram

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The scope of microbiology has enlarged tremendously during last 25-30 years. The present volume deals about the microbial diversity comprising 25 reviews papers and research papers from outstanding scientists of India. This will provide a new sight in basic and applied research related to plants and microbial diversity. It mainly includes, fungal, bacterial and nematode diversity, mushrooms cultivation, biofertilizers, disease resistance, biological control, plant disease management, plant diseases and role of microbes in soil fertility. The primary goal of preparing this Volume is to present a balanced view of the diversity and provide the fundamental information that will allow students and scientists to understand the complexities of those issue.;This book is suitable for students of post-graduate, research scholars, senior research fellow and research associate in mycology, microbiology, plant pathology, plant bacteriology and plant protection. It will also be extremely useful to the teachers, instructors and scientists engaged in pursuit highger knowledge in this area.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Legume-Rhizobia Symbiosis in Sustainable Agriculture by A Hemantaranjan; Chapter 2: Diversity in Fungi Associated with Seeds by M N Khare and M S Bhale; Chapter 3: Use of Various Agricultural Residus and By-products for Mushroom Cultivation: A Review by R C Ram; Chapter 4: Biodegradation of Rice Residues by Soil Mycoflora in Rice Wheat Cropping System by Vibha and Asha Sinha; Chapter 5: Diversity in Stripe Rust Flora and Matching Genes in Wheat: The Indian Scenario by V C Sinha, Rajiv K Sharma and Sanjay Kumar; Chapter 6: Fungi and Grain Storage in Tropics by Jai Prakash Rai, Alok Kumar Singh, Raghavendra Singh and Asha Sinha; Chapter 7: Indigenous Soil Microbial Biodiversity: Key to Sustainable Agriculture by D P Singh and B K Sarma; Chapter 8: Role of Microbial Agents in Insect Pest Management by Nitin Joshi and Manoj Kumar Pandey; Chapter 9: Induces Resistance: A Biotechnological Approach for Induction of Defense-related Molecules in Plant Disease Management by Anuj Kumar, Vinod Kumar and R N Kharwar; Chapter 10: Micronutrients: Key for Disease Management by Raghavendra Singh, Jai Prakash Rai & Alok Kumar Singh; Chapter 11: Postharvest Diseases: Strategies and Management by R C Ram; Chapter 12: Rhizoctonia solani in Reference to Banded Leaf and Sheath Blight of Maize by Alok Kumar Singh, Jai Prakash Rai and Satish Chand Saxena; Chapter 13: Rhizobium: A Potential Biofertilizer by Neerja Asthana and Niranjan Kumar; Chapter 14: Participatory Production of Trichoderma by Ramesh Chand, Chanda Khushwaha, V K Chandola and A K Joshi; Chapter 15: Characterization of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) by S Ameer Basha, B K Sarma, K Annapurna, Senthil and U P Singh; Chapter 16: Screening of Sunflower Genotypes for Resistance or Tolerance Against Alternaria Blight by A V V Reddy, C V C M Reddy, U Rajeswari, B Sinha and C Appunu; Chapter 17: Effect of Glomus fasciculatum AM Fungus and Nitrogens on Biomass Yield, Chlorophyll, Juice and Sucrose Contents of Saccharum officinarum L by Kamal Prasad and R S Bilgrami; Chapter 18: Morphology and Pathogenicity of Isolated of Fusarium moniliforme Causing Pokkah Boeng Disease of Sugarcane in Maharashtra by A S Patil, Hema Singh, R R Sharma and G P Rao; Chapter 19: Management of Root-knot Nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) on Lentil (Lens esculenta Monch) by Amar Bahadur, D P Singh and Pramila Gupta; Chapter 20: Studies on Some Dominant Species of Aspergilli Isolated from Soil of Rice-Wheat Cropping System by Asha Sinha, P S Kalhapure and Rakesh K Singh; Chapter 21: Evaluation of Casing Media for Cultivation of Agaricus bisporus (Lange) Imbach by T S Shandilya and R S Jarial; Chapter 22: Strain Improvement in Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus spp) by Mithilesh Kumar, Harsh Kumar & Daya Printed Pages: 324. Bookseller Inventory # 56283

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The scope of microbiology has enlarged tremendously during last 25-30 years. The present volume deals about the microbial diversity comprising 25 reviews papers and research papers from outstanding scientists of India. This will provide a new sight in basic and applied research related to plants and microbial diversity. It mainly includes, fungal, bacterial and nematode diversity, mushrooms cultivation, biofertilizers, disease resistance, biological control, plant disease management, plant diseases and role of microbes in soil fertility. The primary goal of preparing this Volume is to present a balanced view of the diversity and provide the fundamental information that will allow students and scientists to understand the complexities of those issue.;This book is suitable for students of post-graduate, research scholars, senior research fellow and research associate in mycology, microbiology, plant pathology, plant bacteriology and plant protection. It will also be extremely useful to the teachers, instructors and scientists engaged in pursuit highger knowledge in this area.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Legume-Rhizobia Symbiosis in Sustainable Agriculture by A Hemantaranjan; Chapter 2: Diversity in Fungi Associated with Seeds by M N Khare and M S Bhale; Chapter 3: Use of Various Agricultural Residus and By-products for Mushroom Cultivation: A Review by R C Ram; Chapter 4: Biodegradation of Rice Residues by Soil Mycoflora in Rice Wheat Cropping System by Vibha and Asha Sinha; Chapter 5: Diversity in Stripe Rust Flora and Matching Genes in Wheat: The Indian Scenario by V C Sinha, Rajiv K Sharma and Sanjay Kumar; Chapter 6: Fungi and Grain Storage in Tropics by Jai Prakash Rai, Alok Kumar Singh, Raghavendra Singh and Asha Sinha; Chapter 7: Indigenous Soil Microbial Biodiversity: Key to Sustainable Agriculture by D P Singh and B K Sarma; Chapter 8: Role of Microbial Agents in Insect Pest Management by Nitin Joshi and Manoj Kumar Pandey; Chapter 9: Induces Resistance: A Biotechnological Approach for Induction of Defense-related Molecules in Plant Disease Management by Anuj Kumar, Vinod Kumar and R N Kharwar; Chapter 10: Micronutrients: Key for Disease Management by Raghavendra Singh, Jai Prakash Rai & Alok Kumar Singh; Chapter 11: Postharvest Diseases: Strategies and Management by R C Ram; Chapter 12: Rhizoctonia solani in Reference to Banded Leaf and Sheath Blight of Maize by Alok Kumar Singh, Jai Prakash Rai and Satish Chand Saxena; Chapter 13: Rhizobium: A Potential Biofertilizer by Neerja Asthana and Niranjan Kumar; Chapter 14: Participatory Production of Trichoderma by Ramesh Chand, Chanda Khushwaha, V K Chandola and A K Joshi; Chapter 15: Characterization of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) by S Ameer Basha, B K Sarma, K Annapurna, Senthil and U P Singh; Chapter 16: Screening of Sunflower Genotypes for Resistance or Tolerance Against Alternaria Blight by A V V Reddy, C V C M Reddy, U Rajeswari, B Sinha and C Appunu; Chapter 17: Effect of Glomus fasciculatum AM Fungus and Nitrogens on Biomass Yield, Chlorophyll, Juice and Sucrose Contents of Saccharum officinarum L by Kamal Prasad and R S Bilgrami; Chapter 18: Morphology and Pathogenicity of Isolated of Fusarium moniliforme Causing Pokkah Boeng Disease of Sugarcane in Maharashtra by A S Patil, Hema Singh, R R Sharma and G P Rao; Chapter 19: Management of Root-knot Nematode (Meloidogyne incognita) on Lentil (Lens esculenta Monch) by Amar Bahadur, D P Singh and Pramila Gupta; Chapter 20: Studies on Some Dominant Species of Aspergilli Isolated from Soil of Rice-Wheat Cropping System by Asha Sinha, P S Kalhapure and Rakesh K Singh; Chapter 21: Evaluation of Casing Media for Cultivation of Agaricus bisporus (Lange) Imbach by T S Shandilya and R S Jarial; Chapter 22: Strain Improvement in Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus spp) by Mithilesh Kumar, Harsh Kumar & Daya Printed Pages: 324. Bookseller Inventory # 56283

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Item Description: Gyan for IGNCA, India. Book Condition: New. Contents: Foreword/Kapila Vatsyayan. Preface/Karan Singh. Introduction/Tan Chung. I. Indian Leader's Speeches in Chinese Universities: 1. Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi at Qinghua University Beijing 1988. 2. Prime Minister Narasimha Rao at Beijing University 1993. 3. Vice President K.R. Narayanan at Fudan University Shanghai 1994. II. Indian Savants Observations on China: 4. Raja Rammohun Roy. 5. Gurudeva Rabindranath Tagore. 6. Mahatma Gandhi. 7. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. 8. A.K. Coomaraswami. 9. P.C. Bagchi. III. Perspectives: 10. A holistic eye on cultural interface and synergy/Kapila Vatsyayan. 11. The critique of modernity in India and China/Prasenjit Duara. 12. Enchantment and disenchantment: a Sino Indian introspection/Ravni Thakur & Tan Chung. 13. Gandhi and Mao: National Identity for an alternative future/Mira Sinha Bhattacharjea. 14. Body state and Cosmos: Mao Zedong's Study of Physical Education 1917/Patricia Uberoi. 15. A Sino Indian perspective for India China understanding/Tan Chung. 16. Unveiling Xuanzang and the Xuanzang spirit/Haraprasad Ray. 17. Towards an understanding of socialism with Chinese characteristics/Hemant Adlakha. IV. Culture and Art: 18. Some aspects of Jataka paintings in Indian and Chinese (Central Asian) Art/M.C. Joshi & Radha Banerjee. 19. India and China: beyond and the within/Lokesh Chandra. 20. My tryst with Chinese art/M.N. Deshpande. 21. Icons of cultural linkage/D.C. Bhattacharyya. 22. Cultural synthesis in the Buddhist art of China/Arputharani Sengupta. 23. New revelations of Xinjiang art/Priyatosh Banerjee. 24. The creation of Goddess of Mercy from Avalokitesvara/Bagyalakshmi. 25. The Manichaean input to Chinese culture and art/Radha Banerjee. V. Socio Political Changes and Economic Development: Socio Political Institutions: 26. Development and Democracy: The Indian and Chinese experience/Manoranjan Mohanty. 27. Understanding Human Relationships in China/Kamal Sheel. Economic Developments: 28. The economic ideas of Mao Zedong: agricultural transformation/Utsa Patnaik. 29. Roads for large populations towards development and prosperity/S.P. Gupta. Gender Issues: 30. Change and continuity: Orthodox discourse on gender relations in China/Ravni Thakur. 31. Women and family in India and China/Bidyut Mohanty. 32. Women and adult literacy in China/Shreemati Chakrabarty. VI. History and Literature: Tagore and China: 33. The controversial guest: Tagore's 1924 visit of China/Sisir Kumar Das. 34. Tagore's inspiration in Chinese new poetry/Tan Chung. Ancients on War: 35. Strategic thinking in ancient India and China: Kautilya and Sunzi/Giri Deshingkar. 36. Arthashastra and Sunzi Bingfa/V.R. Ragavan. Modern Chinese Literature: 37. The lofty height of a writer: my evaluation of Lu Xun/Manik Bhattacharyya. 38. Comeback of hundred flowers in Chinese literature: 1976 1989/Sabaree Mitra. India China Relationship: 39. Mao Zedong's vision: China the world and India/Mira Sinha Bhattacharjea. 40. The Nehru years revisited/Giri Deshingkar. 41. Retrace Indian steps in the agricultural scene in China 40 years back/S.K. Bhutani. VII. Diplomats Reminiscences: 42. Interwoven memories about China/K.P.S. Menon. 43. My tryst with India China friendship a talk at IGNCA/K.P.S. Menon. 44. Diary of an old China hand/A.K. Damodaran. 45. Delicious memories a talk at IGNCA/A.K. Damodaran. 46. Walk out of the dinner and eat it a talk at IGNCA/Brajesh Mishra. 47. Memories of an Indian Ambassador 1987 1991/C.V. Ranganathan. 48. A young Indian Diplomat in China in the 1960s and 1970s/K.S. Rana. 49. How I arrived on the China scene/Vinod Khanna. VIII. Better Understanding: 50. How to understand China?/V.V. Paranjpe. 51. How to understand Deng Xiaoping's China?/C.V. Ranganathan. 52. Positive agenda for positive action: better India China understanding/Eric Gonsalves. 53. Indian policies towards China a talk at IGNCA/Salman Haidar. 54. Looking at China across the border/Dipankar Banerjee. 55. India China relations: a military perspe. Bookseller Inventory # 351

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Item Description: Bloomsbury UK Feb 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 216x134x30 mm. Neuware - As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. 339 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781408855058

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Raj Kamal Jha

Published by Bloomsbury UK Feb 2015 (2015)

ISBN 10: 1408855054 ISBN 13: 9781408855058

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Item Description: Bloomsbury UK Feb 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 216x134x30 mm. Neuware - As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she hopes, through her words and her love, to somehow make whole again. Meanwhile, as the last train from Rajiv Chowk Station pulls away, a young man rides the metro and dreams of murder. In another corner of the city, a newborn wrapped in a blood-red towel lies on the steps of an orphanage as his mother walks away. There are twenty million bodies in this city and this woman, man and child are only three. But their stories - of a secret love that blossoms in the shadows of grief, of a corrosive guilt that taints the soul, and of an orphaned boy who maps out his own destiny - weave in and out of the lives of those around them to form a dazzling kaleidoscope of a novel. Beautiful, beguiling and audacious, this is the story of a city and its people, of love and horror, of belonging and forgiveness: a powerful and unforgettable tale of modern India. 339 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781408855058

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