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The book is the compilation of the research work conducted at macro/micro levels by eminent scientists and teachers of the country with diverse specializations. These scientists/teachers have willingly contributed their work in the form of the articles to this volume addressing various dimensions of the food security and livelihood scenario in various states of the country and the country as a whole. The book is most relevant in the present day owing to the fact that the food security and livelihood is the priority issue confronting the country, as also it demonstrates the use of quantitative techniques in estimating demand and supply gaps. The strategies for conservation of the food energies through proper processing and their value addition for enhancing livelihood options has been taken care of. The nutritional demand-supply gaps, malnutrition and other related issues are also addressed comprehensively. The book is expected to serve as a reference material for the researchers, planners and the public representatives for understanding the conceptual frame of livelihood and food security besides devising pragmatic policies in achieving the food security through attainment of livelihood security at macro and micro levels.

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Book Description New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The book is the compilation of the research work conducted at macro/micro levels by eminent scientists and teachers of the country with diverse specializations. These scientists/teachers have willingly contributed their work in the form of the articles to this volume addressing various dimensions of the food security and livelihood scenario in various states of the country and the country as a whole. The book is most relevant in most relevant in the present day owing to the fact that the food security and livelihood is the priority issue confronting the country, as also it demonstrates the use of quantitative techniques in estimating demand and supply gaps. The strategies for conservation of the food energies through proper processing and their value addition for enhancing livelihood options has been taken care of. The nutritional demand-supply gaps, malnutrition and other related issues are also addressed comprehensively. The book is expected to serve as a reference material for the researchers, planners and the public representatives for understanding the conceptual frame of livelihood and food security besides devising pragmatic policies in achieving the food security attainment of livelihood security at macro and micro leves. Contents Foreword Acknowledgements Chapter 1. Imagining and imaging India: Random reflections on Field notes on Democracy: listening to grasshoppers by C.R. Visweswara Rao. Chapter 2. Theme of Loneliness in Vikram Seth?s The Golden Gate by S. Krishna Sarma. Chapter 3. Subaltern subjectivity and resistance: Dalit social history in post-colonial Indian fiction in English by Mittapalli Rajeshwar. Chapter 4. Fifty Turbulent Years of Independent India in Gita Mehta?s Snames and Ladders by J. Yellaiah and K.V. Ramana Chjary. Chapter 5. Vijay Tendulkar?s Silence! The Court is in Session: A conflict between innocence and Cruelty by P. Obula Reddy and Hussainvali Shaik. Chapter 6. Into the lap of eternity on the Ganga Ghat by B. Parvathi. Chapter 7. Social and sexual conflicts in Ismat Chughtai?s The Crooked Line by C.L.L. Jayaprada and D. Suvarna Suni. Chapter 8. The period of renaissance in Telugu literature by Madhuranthakam Narendra. Chapter 9. Yogic realism: the Indian story tradition by K. Suma Kirana. Chapter 10. History as fiction in Chaman Nahal?s The Triumph of the Tricolour by G. Chenna Reddy. Chapter 11. Mulkraj Anand?s untouchable: a reflection of Dalit consciousness by T. Pratap Reddy. Chapter 12. Interculturation in Bhabani Bhattacharya?s A Dream in Hawaii by R. Poli Reddy. Chapter 13. Race, class and gender as postcolonial constructs: the triple identity of African American women in Toni Morrison?s Sula by Hari Prasanna. Chapter 14. Black feminist consciousness: Gloria Naylor?s The Women of Brewster Place by T. Jeevan Kumar. Chapter 15. Thomas Pynchon: the post modern novelist by G.V. Sudhakar. Chapter 16. The Ironic mode as a textural principle in T.S. Eliot?s The Love Song of Alfred J. Prufrock and Sweeney among The Nightingales by V. Gopal Reddy. Chapter 17. Margaret Drabble and women?s world by V.V.N. Rajendra Prasad and M. Durga Bhavani. Chapter 18. Othello: a feminist and post colonial reading by N. Ramadevi. Chapter 19. Antigone and Joan: individual versus institution by T. Viswanadha Rao. Chapter 20. The game of art and the game of life: a study of Luigi Pirandello by R. Saraswathi. Chapter 21. Identity, subjectivity and voice: a reading of Austin Clarke?s The Polished Hoe by Vijayasree. Chapter 22. Reconciliation an equipment for living: a study of Flora Nwapa?s fiction by K. Nirupa Rani and J. Lalitha Sridevi. Chapter 23. Post-colonial consciousness in V.S. Naipaul?s the The Mimic Men by V.R. Badiger. Chapter 24. K.S. Maniam: finding a center and appropriating Language in Malaysian context by N. Usha. Chapter 25. Dilemmas of the doubl Printed Pages: 374. Bookseller Inventory # 66659

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Book Description New India Publishing Agency, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The book is the compilation of the research work conducted at macro/micro levels by eminent scientists and teachers of the country with diverse specializations. These scientists/teachers have willingly contributed their work in the form of the articles to this volume addressing various dimensions of the food security and livelihood scenario in various states of the country and the country as a whole. The book is most relevant in most relevant in the present day owing to the fact that the food security and livelihood is the priority issue confronting the country, as also it demonstrates the use of quantitative techniques in estimating demand and supply gaps. The strategies for conservation of the food energies through proper processing and their value addition for enhancing livelihood options has been taken care of. The nutritional demand-supply gaps, malnutrition and other related issues are also addressed comprehensively. The book is expected to serve as a reference material for the researchers, planners and the public representatives for understanding the conceptual frame of livelihood and food security besides devising pragmatic policies in achieving the food security attainment of livelihood security at macro and micro leves. Contents Foreword Acknowledgements Chapter 1. Imagining and imaging India: Random reflections on Field notes on Democracy: listening to grasshoppers by C.R. Visweswara Rao. Chapter 2. Theme of Loneliness in Vikram Sethâs The Golden Gate by S. Krishna Sarma. Chapter 3. Subaltern subjectivity and resistance: Dalit social history in post-colonial Indian fiction in English by Mittapalli Rajeshwar. Chapter 4. Fifty Turbulent Years of Independent India in Gita Mehtaâs Snames and Ladders by J. Yellaiah and K.V. Ramana Chjary. Chapter 5. Vijay Tendulkarâs Silence! The Court is in Session: A conflict between innocence and Cruelty by P. Obula Reddy and Hussainvali Shaik. Chapter 6. Into the lap of eternity on the Ganga Ghat by B. Parvathi. Chapter 7. Social and sexual conflicts in Ismat Chughtaiâs The Crooked Line by C.L.L. Jayaprada and D. Suvarna Suni. Chapter 8. The period of renaissance in Telugu literature by Madhuranthakam Narendra. Chapter 9. Yogic realism: the Indian story tradition by K. Suma Kirana. Chapter 10. History as fiction in Chaman Nahalâs The Triumph of the Tricolour by G. Chenna Reddy. Chapter 11. Mulkraj Anandâs untouchable: a reflection of Dalit consciousness by T. Pratap Reddy. Chapter 12. Interculturation in Bhabani Bhattacharyaâs A Dream in Hawaii by R. Poli Reddy. Chapter 13. Race, class and gender as postcolonial constructs: the triple identity of African American women in Toni Morrisonâs Sula by Hari Prasanna. Chapter 14. Black feminist consciousness: Gloria Naylorâs The Women of Brewster Place by T. Jeevan Kumar. Chapter 15. Thomas Pynchon: the post modern novelist by G.V. Sudhakar. Chapter 16. The Ironic mode as a textural principle in T.S. Eliotâs The Love Song of Alfred J. Prufrock and Sweeney among The Nightingales by V. Gopal Reddy. Chapter 17. Margaret Drabble and womenâs world by V.V.N. Rajendra Prasad and M. Durga Bhavani. Chapter 18. Othello: a feminist and post colonial reading by N. Ramadevi. Chapter 19. Antigone and Joan: individual versus institution by T. Viswanadha Rao. Chapter 20. The game of art and the game of life: a study of Luigi Pirandello by R. Saraswathi. Chapter 21. Identity, subjectivity and voice: a reading of Austin Clarkeâs The Polished Hoe by Vijayasree. Chapter 22. Reconciliation an equipment for living: a study of Flora Nwapaâs fiction by K. Nirupa Rani and J. Lalitha Sridevi. Chapter 23. Post-colonial consciousness in V.S. Naipaulâs the The Mimic Men by V.R. Badiger. Chapter 24. K.S. Maniam: finding a center and appropriating Language in Malaysian context by N. Usha. Chapter 25. Dilemmas of the doubl Printed Pages: 374. Bookseller Inventory # 66659

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