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Editors: - Dr. Sitakanta Mishra, Dr. Neeta Sinha

Published by Jan-June 2016 (2016)

ISBN 10: 0024559857 ISBN 13: 9780024559852

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About this Item: Jan-June 2016, 2016. PaperBack. Condition: New. 146 ABOUT THE JOURNAL:- The Liberal Studies journal (LSJ) is trans-disciplinary in nature to create a unity of intellectual frameworks beyond the disciplinary perspectives. Each issue of the journal amalgamates research articles, expert opinions, and book reviews on various strands with an endeavour to enquire the contemporary world concerns. The Journal aims to serve as an intellectual forum for humanities, arts, and social science scholars to put forward and converse on local and global issues, both from academic and policy perspective. The main objective is to provide a platform to researchers from academia and industry to share and disseminate ideas in critical issue areas. The Journal aspires to be a leading international journal in bridging the long-standing gap in the existing social science literature dissected on disciplinary lines. Contents:- SHOULD INDIA RETAIN DEATH PENALTY? A. Prasad Fall in Line with the World Community . 7 Jyotsna Yagnik Is it the Right Time? 15 Binod C Agarwal Further Contemplation Required . 21 Articles S.D. Muni Promoting Socio-Economic Equity in South Asia: Challenges and Prospects . 27 Uddipan Mukherjee Revolution and the Maoists . 39 Pradeep Mallik Making India Literate, Fully and Functionally . 49 Gurmeet Kanwal Rise of the Islamic State: Dangerous New Threat to Stability in Strife-torn West Asia . 67 Sanjay Kumar Pradhan South Sudan: Peace and Security Challenges . 77 Narottam Gaan Digital Age Security Threats: Challenges to IR Theories . 89 Arun Vishwanathan Understanding Nuclear Proliferation: A Theoretical Analysis. 111 Shalendra D. Sharma Bringing Politics Back In: Piketty and Economic Inequality in the United States. 121 4 Liberal Studies, Vol. 1, No. 1, January-June 2016 Book Reviews Aruna Kumar Malik Red and Green: Five Decades of the Indian Maoist Movement by Manoranjan Mohanty (Kolkata: Setu Prakashani, 2015) . 135 Jasmine J. Pereira Hate Crime – Impact, Causes & Responses by Neil Chakraborti and Jon Garland, Second Edition (Sage Publications, 2015) . 139 Shubhang D. Parekh Asia’s Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific by Robert D. Kaplan (Random House: New York, 2014) . 141 Nihar Ranjan Pradhan The Chinese Constitution of Central Asia: Regional and Intertwined Actorsin International Relations by Nadine Godehardt (Palgrave, 2014) . 143 The Title 'Liberal Studies : A Bi-Annual Journal of School of Liberal Studies, Pdpu, Gujarat (Vol. 1, Issue 1) written/authored/edited by Editors: - Dr. Sitakanta Mishra, Dr. Neeta Sinha', published in the year Jan-June 2016. The ISBN 24559857 is assigned to the PaperBack version of this title. This book has total of pp. 146 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Journal. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 24559857

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Nayak Jatindra Kumar Mohanty Arun Kumar Das Manoranjan

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ISBN 10: 8126004843 ISBN 13: 9788126004843

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Basavaraj Naikar

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ISBN 10: 8126902337 ISBN 13: 9788126902330

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About this Item: Atlantic, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. The axis of Hindu consciousness in A.K. Ramanujan's poetry/Bhagabat Nayak. 2. Poetics of prayer: a study in the poetry of A.K. Ramanujan and Nissim Ezekiel/Niranjan Mohanty. 3. Historical consciousness in Jayanta Mahapatra's relationship/Bijay Kumar Das. 4. Kamala Das: a study in evolving vision/Mithilesh K. Pandey. 5. Tagore's Chitra: a mirror of music and metaphoric structure/Amar Nath Prasad. 6. Genealogy of gender bias: a collage of three contemporary Indian plays/Anita Singh. 7. R.K. Narayan: his mind and art/Bhagabat Nayak. 8. Bhabani Bhattacharya's radical rebel characters/Vinita Jha. 9. The dialectics of enchained sensibility in The Foreigner/Basavaraj Naikar. 10. The Strange Case of Billy Biswas: a journey into darkness/Basavaraj Naikar. 11. Arun Joshi's The Last Labyrinth: a journey from Agnosticism to affirmation/G.A. Ghanshyam and Vasumati Nadig. 12.Vikram Seth's An Equal Music: a symphony of love and melody/N. Sharada Iyer. 13. Thoughts from Asylum, USA/Shubha Tiwari. 14. Decolonising teaching of English in India: a perspective/T.M.J.Indramohan. 15. The Indian metaphor in English: the future of the language in India (With special reference to commerce students)/Jean D' Souza. 16. Man-woman relationship : a common theme in the novels of Ruth Prawer Jhabvala and Kamala Markandaya/Kh. Kunjo Singh. 17. In their alien worlds: Anita Desai's Bye-Bye Blackbird and Baumgartner's Bombay/Asha Susan Jacob. 18. A saga of quests: Anita Desai's Journey to Ithaca/Asha Susan Jacob. 19. Anita Desai's In Custody: an analysis/N. Sharada Iyer. 20. 324 pp. Seller Inventory # 48962

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Basavaraj Naikar (ed.)

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (2003)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. This anthology presents perceptive articles on the major Indian English writers including novelists, dramatists and poets who have enriched the realm of letters. The thematic concerns of these writers range from the mythical to the mundane; the colonial to the post-colonial; the social to the individual and the psychological to the satirical. The anthology is, therefore, polyphonic in nature. The writers studied in the fourth Volume of this anthology represent all the three generations: A.K. Ramanujan, Jayanta Mahapatra, Nissim Ezekiel, Kamala Das, Rabindranath Tagore, Manjula Padmanabhan, R.K. Narayan, Bhabani Bhattacharya, Arun Joshi, Vikram Seth, Boman Desai, R.P. Jhabvala, Kamala Markandaya, Anita Desai, Shashi Deshpande, Rama Mehta, Shobha De, Arundhati Roy and Jhumpa Lahiri. The contributors to this Volume include Bhagabat Nayak, Niranjan Mohanty, Bijay Kumar Das, Mithilesh Pandey, Amar Nath Prasad, Anita Singh, Vinita Jha, Gur Pyari Jandial, Basavaraj Naikar, G.A. Ghanshyam, Vasumati Nadig, N. Sharada Iyer, T.M.J. Indramohan, Jean D?Souza, Kh. Kunjo Singh, Asha Susan Jacob, Asha Choubey, Chandrashekhar Kulkarni, N.K. Neb, Sanjay Kumar, Chhote Lal Khatri and Shubha Tiwari. Printed Pages: 332. Seller Inventory # 22172

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Mishra, Ganeswar and Arun Kumar Mohanty (editors)

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About this Item: Orient Longman,, Hyderabad, 1992. Paperback. Paperback. 156pp. Essays and speeches from five Indian writers, thinkers and politians: Rabindrath Tagore, Swami Vivekananda, M. K. Ghandi, S. Radhakrishnan and Jawaharlal Nehru. A section of notes and exercises for self study are included, as well as a glossary. Some fading and rubbing. Good, sound copy. Seller Inventory # 3076

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Srinibas Mohanty, Arun Kumar Samal

Published by Kunal Books (2014)

ISBN 10: 9382420495 ISBN 13: 9789382420491

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About this Item: Kunal Books, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # Kunal-9789382420491

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Srinibas Mohanty, Arun Kumar samal

Published by Raj Publications (2014)

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Amrita Yadava & Nov Rattan Sharma (Eds)

Published by Global Vision Publishing House (2007)

ISBN 10: 8182201950 ISBN 13: 9788182201958

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About this Item: Global Vision Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. Positive Health Psychology is a distinctive title as all three words used in the title seems to propagate only and only positivism in life. The main objective of this edited volume is to elaborate and understand those positive issues which have the strength not only to prevent diseases but also have the capacity to promote and enhance integrated health with the help of psychological means and methods. Positive attitude towards life make it successful as well as meaningful. This book is a compilation of 30 articles classified in five parts. First part which consist of six articles describes the nature and development of Positive Health Psychology. There are seven articles in part II where different authors have presented various health issues concerned with family, work and society. Part III relates to the mechanism and management of many commonly known psycho-physical diseases. Six articles listed in part IV of the book explains possible techniques and methods for health enhancement. The last section comprising of five articles deals with the study of the contributions of spirituality dimension to positive health. The editors believe that the theoretical and conceptual input of the book in the health areas will prove quite beneficial for students and researchers whereas the ideas and research questions raised in the book will surely provoke the scientists for fulfilling heuristic function. Contents Preface List of Contributors Introduction Part I NATURE AND DEVELOPMENT 1.Embodiment of Positive Health Psychology Amrita Yadava, Nov Rattan Sharma and Sushma Sharma 2.Positive Health: A Conceptual Analysis Shyodan Singh 3.Positive Mental Health: An Experiential Analysis Adarsh Kohli and S.K.Verma 4.Psycho-Social Determinants of Health A. Suresh and Latha 5.Positive Health and Wellbeing in Adverse Environment: A Leaf from the Invulnerables Meena Hariharan 6.Identity and Well-being Damanjit Sandhu and Suninder Tung Part II SOCIETAL HEALTH ISSUES 7.Exploring the Gender Differences in Occupational Stress and Coping Strategies among Teachers Arun Kumar and S.K. Srivastava 8.Imagery Intervention for Enhancing Intrinsic Motivation, Concentration and Performance of Football Players Narinder Singh and Vandana Sharma 9.Job Values in Relation to Mental Health of IT Professionals of Public and Private Sector Jincy Oommen and Manju Mehta 10.Managerial Perspective of Employee Counselling in Indian Organisations: A Qualitative Analysis H. L. Kaila 11.Role of Social Support in the Relationship of Stress and Depression among Managerial Personnel A. P. Singh, L.K. Mishra and S. Sharma 12.Locus of Control, Birth Order and Residence as Predictor of General Well-being Ashok K. Kalia and Sudhir Sahu 13.Enabling the Disabled: A Multi-Dimensional Approach Vidhu Mohan and Richa Shri Part III DISEASE MECHANISM AND MANAGEMENT 14.Depression in Relation to Self-Efficacy and Parenting Style among Adolescents Shalini Singh, Sunita Rani and Rajesh Kumar 15.Effects of Stress (Life Events) and Locus of Control on Depression A.P. Singh and A.K. Singh 16.Mechanism and Management of Stress and Hostility in Hypertensives Baby Shari. P.A and C. Jayan 17.Relationship of Family Environment with Mental Health of Coronary Artery Disease Patients Gurminder Sokhey and Surinder Jaspal 18.Stress in Angina Pectoris and Myocardial Infracted Patients Naved Iqbal and Pooja Bhatnagar 19.Positive Psychology in Combating Physical Disorders Adarsh Kohli, Manju Mohanty and S. K. Verma Part IV HEALTH ENHANCEMENT 20.Enhancing Reproductive Behaviour with Application of Behaviour Technology Vedagiri Ganesan 21.Homoeopathic Perspective of Living a Positive Life Anil Sharma 22.Managing Obesity with Positive Life Style Suman Sangwan, Nov Rattan Sharma and Amrita Yadava 23.Psycho-Social Management of Children, Wome Printed Pages: 472. Seller Inventory # 47810

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Sawalia Bihari Verma and Dinesh Kumar Verma

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ISBN 10: 817132357X ISBN 13: 9788171323579

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About this Item: Pointer. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Poverty in India: synoptic view/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Dinesh Kumar Verma. 2. Strategies for eradication of poverty in India/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Dinesh Kumar Verma. 3. Poverty reduction strategies in a market economy/Avtar Singh Sahota. 4. A new policy on poverty reduction/M. Lakshmi Narasaiah. 5. Changing scenario of Banks/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 6. Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana: evolution, assessment and future prospects/Mahi Pal. 7. SGSY: Improvisation in anti-poverty programmes/Rakesh Malhotra. 8. Decentralised Governance more effective/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 9. Panchayati Raj: need for public participation/B.P. Gupta. 10. People's participation in development/K. Raghupathi. 11. Growth with employment-supportive policies/S.R. Hashim. 12. Decentralised planning: opportunities for NGOs/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 13. Educated unemployment: causes and approaches/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Dinesh Kumar Verma. 14. Role of education for economic development and social transformation/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 15. Participatory rural development/Manish Kumar, Chitra Pathak and Laxmi Joshi. 16. The state of development in rural India: an overview/J.P. Singh. 17. Voluntary organisations for rural development/Gopal Krushna Sahu. 18. TRYSEM through NGOs: a study/Y.V. Rao. 19. Programmes for rural development in India since Independence/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Arun Kumar Singh. 20. Rural marketing: perspectives and issues/L.P. Singh. 21. Importance of agricultural marketing/L.P. Singh. 22. Advent of depositories in India/Ajay Sikri. 23. Self-help groups: poised for a new role in rural development/Moin Qazi. 24. Securitisation-a new option/S. Balakrishnan. 25. Farmers' orientation programme for agricultural development/Sawalia Bihari Verma, Arun Kumar Singh, Suresh Kumar Sahi and Akhilesh Kumar Sinha. 26. Impact of WTO on SSI units/Kalyan J. Shah. 27. WTO: Challenges and Dilemmas of environmental protection/A. Talapatra. 28. Liberalisation: what about the poor?/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Dinesh Kumar Verma. 29. Role of public sector in sustaining agricultural growth/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Dinesh Kumar Verma. 30. Management of rural fair price shops/K. Raji Reddy and V. Pavan Kumar. 31. Research issues in the study of disadvantaged groups/R.S. Pirta. 32. Rural water supply/Sawalia Bihari Verma, Suresh Prasad Sahi and Akhilesh Kumar Sinha. 33. Drinking water supply to villages/Dinesh Chand. 34. Rural water supply: new guidelines/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Dinesh Kumar Verma. 35. Water scarcity in rural India/Dusmanta Kumar Giri. 36. Integrated farming: boon for small and marginal farmers/Pramod Kumar Panda. 37. Farming system approach: a boon to rural prosperity/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Dinesh Kumar Verma. 38. Challenges before co-operatives/Shantanu Ghosh. 39. The WTO and Banking with agriculture sector/R. Chandrasekhar. 40. Expert systems in agriculture/Sawalia Bihari Verma. 41. Fermented dairy products/Himadri Panda. 42. Intensive schemes for agricultural extension services/S.B. Verma. 43. Agriculture based industries and rural market/S.B. Verma. 44. Uttaranchal makes waves on the literacy front/Radhakrishna Rao. 45. Resource education/Anil R. Joshi. 46. Basic education for rural areas/V.S. Gupta. 47. Rural development and poverty alleviation perspective/Srikara Naik and Sukhvir Singh. 48. Can India meet the productivity challenge?/N. Vittal. 49. Harijan Sevak Sangh-the crusade for social justice/S.N. Pradhan. 50. Liberation of scavengers-a national concern/S.K. Panda. 51. Sanitation: the unfinished agenda/D.K. Ghose. 52. Rural reconstruction scenario/M. Venkaiah Naidu. 53. Public private participation instrument for rural infrastructure development/Deba Prakash Mohanty."We are aware that discourses on rural development had witnessed a recent spurt in India. Rural development encompasses a multidisciplinary approach as India virtually lives in its 700,000 villages. Therefore, rural development holds the key position. Seller Inventory # 49392

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Jaydipsinh K Dodiya

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176257273 ISBN 13: 9788176257275

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Krishna motif in the poetry of Kamala Das/Niranjan Mohanty. 2. Bildungsromans as cite for interrogation of female space a comparative study of Munro and Kamala Das/V. Sam Sahayam. 3. For so he sees the female image critiquing the male Gaze in the poems of Nissim Ezekiel/Satapa Chaudhuri. 4. Tharoor's Riot a study in the myth of fall/G.D. Barche. 5. Detachment and its meaning in Arun Joshi's The Foreigner/K. Ratna Shiela Mani. 6. Scrutinising Anurag Mathur's The Inscrutable Americans/Anup C. Nair. 7. Occidental quest for oriental spiritualism in Jhabvala's three continents and Desai's journey to Ithaca/Anita Myles. 8. Writing from the margins a study of Shashi Deshpande's That Long Silence/Ram Sharma. 9. Bifocal visioning of the self Jhumpa Lahiri's cultural dialogics/Joya Chakravorty. 10. Zoroastrian world view in Rohinton Mistry's Such a Long Journey/Sanjeev Kumar Bali. 11. The impact of Gandhian ideology on Indian English fiction/Alka Saxena. 12. The colonial encounter a critical response to Basavaraj Naikar's The sun behind the cloud/S. John Peter Joseph. 13. Struggle for honour and freedom in The Sun Behind the Cloud/S.G. Vaidya. 14. Dina Mehta's brides are not for burning a stageworthy play/S. Ramaswamy. 15. Cracks in the wall Dina Mehta's Brides are not for burning as a protest play/V.L.V.N. Narendra Kumar. 16. The emergence of the short story in Indian English writing/Kamal Mehta. 17. Thematic concerns in post independence women short story writes/Krishna Daiya. 18. Society and the individual in the story of Basavaraj Naikar/O.P. Mehta. 204 pp. Seller Inventory # 62885

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Binod Mishra

Published by Adhyayan Pub, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Adhyayan Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Harmonizing poetic truth and poetic beauty a study of five major poems of Indian poetry in English/Amar Nath Prasad. 2. K.N. Daruwalla poet of landscape and experience/Kunjo Singh. 3. This is home city imagery in the poetry of Adil Jussawalla/T.R. Joy. 4. Poetics of courage the writings of contemporary women poets/Rashmi Bajaj and Aparna Batra. 5. Nissim Ezekiel a storyteller's perception of the low and the ordinary/Shubhra Tripathi. 6. A feminist lament in Kamala Das's poetry/Kalpana Purohit. 7. Body as prison and means to salvation in the poetry of Charusheel and Allen Ginsberg/Santosh Bahadur Singh. 8. The Garbled Relic the image of Bombay in Dilip Chitre/T.R. Joy. 9. River as woman in Lakshmi Kannan's Unquiet Waters/Malati Mathur. 10. A spell of intimate landscapes the poetry of Prabhanjan Kumar Mishra/T.R. Joy. 11. Feminism in the works of some contemporary Indian English Women Poets/Swati Guleria. 12. Contemporary poetry in English from India's North East a reading in ecology/eco feminism/Nigamananda Das. 13. Textual poeticity beyond margins a window into the poetry of Charusheel Singh/Mahendra Singh. 14. Loss of human values in Tabish Khair's South Delhi Murder/R.P. Kuchway. 15. The poetry of Dr. Charusheel a foucauldian interpretation/Sunil K. Ray. 16. Poet's perception of Indian politicians a study of Indian English Poetry/M.K. Mishra. 17. The rhetoric of Arun Kolatkar/Mansing G. Kadam. 18. Niranjan Mohanty the dynamics of verse making/Ashok Kumar. 19. Emergence of an assured poetic voice a study of Pashupati Jha's Poetry/Rashmi Gupta. 20. Life as an endless poem an interview with Charusheel Singh/Binod Mishra. 21. The poetry of Kulbhushan Kushal a critical study/N.K. Neb. 22. Post colonial concerns in the poetry of C.L. Khatri/Sudhir K. Arora. 23. Love landscape and lyricism in classical Tamil Poetry/P.J. Paul Dhanasekaran. 24. Different dimensions of love in the poetry of Pashupti Jha/B.N. Singh. Index. Indian English poetry since its inception with several notable poets has come of age with many laurels in its receptacle. Indians nowadays use English with as much subtlety ease and finesse as others. Indian English Poetry today has come of age no doubt but with a marked difference. The pioneers of Indian English poetry with their experiments brought an end to aridity. And soon there were clouds that invited rains. The soggy literary Indian earth over the last two centuries have given birth to innumerable poets and every year the nation finds a rainbow of Indian English poets much to the awe and envy of their western torchbearers. India today has no dearth of poets writing in English. The present anthology discusses Indian English poets in the light of true Indian psyche that bears burns and begets the sensations felt desires swelled and inheritance lost in the buzz of alien aping and onslaughts of the diabolic tendencies bolting our conscience. The poets discussed in this anthology comprise both the pioneers and the present day poets who demonstrate and strengthen the aspect of Indianness in their poems. Indian English poetry is not a nest of singing birds but a kaleidoscope of all sorts of experiences. The essays included in this anthology have the variegated colours of rainbow with Indian imagination as the eighth colour. The various colours as the working force of the book include various themes bordering on space time values tradition ecology self and politics with many sub themes formulating and fragmenting human lives. The book will facilitate the readers and lovers of poetry in understanding Indian ethos camouflaged in the day to day activities of Indian masses without any linguistic barrier. An attempt has also been made in this anthology to bring to light those poets who despite adequate poetic craft and talent often get ignored in the glitter and glamour of the present day world. 304 pp. Seller Inventory # 67457

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S B Verma; Shiw Kumar Jiloka and Kannaki Das

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176298840 ISBN 13: 9788176298841

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Rural Education 1. Rural education issues and initiatives/Anant Mital. 2. Free and compulsory education challenges for rural areas/Nalini Juneja. 3. Education of girls building bridges for future/Sandeep Kumar. 4. Backward and forward linkages strengthen primary education/Vimala Ramachandran. 5. Panchayati Raj and education in rural areas/Ajit Kumar. 6. Dropout problem among tribal students at school level/B.R. Kukreti and Manoj Kumar Saxena. 7. Tribal education in India/P.K. Mohanty. 8. Impact of shifting cultivation on primary education/Madhusudan J.V. 9. Status of tribal education/K. Raja Mohan Rao and S. Vaidehi. 10. Evolvement of district information system for education/Arun C. Mehta. 11. Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan/D.K. Padhi. 12. Shifting cultivation and its affect on primary education/Madhusudan J.V. 13. Primary education in rural areas/S. Rajakutty. 14. Linkage between education and business institutions/T.R. Gurumoorthy. 15. Resource education/Anil P. Joshi. 16. Basic education for rural areas/V.S. Gupta. 17. Rural education for social change/Navin Chandra Joshi. 18. Education problems and reforms/S.M. Rafique. 19. Impact of adult education on development in India/S.Y. Shah. 20. Science literacy for a changing future/Narottam Sahoo. 21. Making economic sense of Indian science/R.A. Mashelkar. 22. Publishing exam results on the net/Neeta Verma and M. Kamlakkannan. 23. Universalization of education a challenge/Vijay Kulkarni. 24. India as a knowledge society/K. Venkatasubramanian. 25. Education and policies for physically challenged/Prashant Ranjan Dutt. 26. Education for youth in the global society/Karan Singh. 27. Vocational education for development of rural India/M.M. Luther. 28. Open learning in the context of globalisation/M.M. Ansari. 29. Peace education/S.K. Yerankar. 30. Return to innocence value education in the post modern age/Saswat S. Das. 31. Educational institutions and human values/Bharat Singh Negi. II. Rural Technologies 32. Role of science and technology in sustainable development/R. Dayanandan. 33. Krishi Vigyan Kendras Grass root endeavours in transfer of technology/Nisha Aravind and D. Rakhesh. 34. Rural renaissance through rural technologies/Bharat R. Sant. 35. Rural empowerment through decentralized technology/Anil P. Joshi. 36. National agricultural technology project transcending technology gap/Aditya Keshari Mishra. 37. Institutional linkages for Micro enterprises development/N. Mohanan and V. Kulandaiswamy. 38. Technology development and transfer in mountain areas/Sunil K. Agarwal. 39. Expert system an effective tool for technology transfer/S.C. Sharma and B.L. Dhaka. III. Biotechnology in rural India 40. Biotechnology in India A bird's eye view/S. Natesh. 41. Biotechnology new technology for rural transformation/Gursharan Singh Kainth. 42. Patents in biotechnology/V. Lakshmikumaran. 43. Fingerprinting of a different kind CDFD in service of mankind/Swatantra Radhakrishnan. 44. Biotechnology industry and its future role in Indian economy/Swami Prakash Srivastava. 45. Biotechnology in erosion control and slope stabilization/R.K. Khitoliya. 46. Building global excellence through scientist entrepreneurs/Kiran Mazumdar Shaw. 47. Biotechnology and intellectual property rights/J.P. Mishra. Index. Education in rural areas despite being promoted on a grand scale by the government still struggles for survival. Increase in drop out rate decrease in enrolment rate lack of infrastructural facilities indifferent attitude of teachers towards students and vague understanding of the benefits of education among the parents of rural children are some of the major ills plaguing educational scenario in rural areas. One of the biggest problems facing the spread of education in deprived areas is the timely release of funds from the government. Community participation in education in rural areas not only ensures physical and human facilities at schools but also motivates the teachers to achieve highe. Seller Inventory # 60936

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Arvind Kumar

Published by APH, New Delhi (2005)

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Studies on ground water pollution along the Shrawani Pilgrimage route from Sultanganj to Deoghar/Arvind Kumar. 2. The impact of land based pollution on the Hydrochemistry and macrobenthic community of a tropical West African Creek/L.O. Chukwu and D.I. Nwankwo. 3. Limnological studies of Potsangbam River Manipur/Laishram Kosygin and Haobijam Dhamendra. 4. Assessment of health of Hugli River by Benthos inhabiting Tolly's Nullah Outfall region Kolkata/Sobhana Paul and N.C. Nandi. 5. An assessment of water quality of River Cauvery at Mettur Salem District Tamil Nadu in relation to pollution/V. Mathivanan P. Vijayan and Selvi Sabhanayakam. 6. Impact of skims effluent on the water quality of Anchar lake Kashmir/Ab. Qayoom Mir G.C. Pandey and S.G. Sarwar. 7. Limnological study of Durqam Cheruvu/Mary Esther Cynthia Johnson Shilaja K. and Surekha Rani P. 8. Hydrobiology of Aliyar Reservoir Coimbatore District India/S. Subhashini and N. Saradhamani. 9. Relationship of physico chemical conditions and growth of Bacillariophyceae during winter in Maddur Lake/T.M. Devaraju M.G. Venkatesha and Surendra Singh. 10. Studies on water quality of Manair Dam flow at Karimnagar Andhra Pradesh State India/P. Lalita and P. Surekha Rani.11. Ground water quality of District Dehra Dun Uttaranchal/C.K. Jain. 12. Ionic composition of two fresh water lakes/Mary Esther Cynthia Johnson. 13. A study on the characteristics of polluted water of Amanishah Nallh and Neighbouring ground water sources with reference to heavy metals content/Dinesh Kumar Samiksha Chaturvedi and R.V. Singh. 14. Assessment of ground water quality in Visakhapatnam Area Andhra Pradesh India/Y. Prasanna Kumar and P. King. 15. Irrigation water quality in District Dehra Dun Uttaranchal/C.K. Jain. 16. Water quality management for Jagath Tank Gulbarga India a case study/K. Vijay Kumar Shahikanth Majagi B. Vasanthkumar and Murali Jadesh. 17. Trace element contamination in ground water of District Dehra Dun Uttaranchal/C.K. Jain. 18. Assessment of water quality of Vrishabhavathi Stream loaded with factory effluents and sewage/S.R. Ambika and P.C. Shreedharan. 19. High self purification in Hathli Stream of outer Himalayas/M.R. Sharma and A.B. Gupta. 20. The impact of electro plating industry on the ground water quality in an urban area in Coimbatore City/P. Palanisamy and G.M. Natarajan. 21. A case study an integrated approach of wetland management in Nadia District West Bengal/Malabika Biswas Pankaj Kumar Roy and Asis Mazumdar. 22. A case study on water resources scenario in West Bengal/Pankaj Kumar Roy and Asis Mazumdar. 23. Status of fresh water in 21 century a review. 24. Water quality index of four religious ponds and its seasonal variation in the Temple City Bhubaneswar/Saswat Kumar Mohanty. 25. Hydrochemical studies of Suvarnamukhi sub basin of Arkavathi River Bangalore District Karnataka/H.C. Vajrappa and N. Rajdhan Singh. 26. Study of the physico chemical characteristics of Khari Nadi water Agra/Sunita Solanki K.S. Rana and Arun Kumar Singh. 27. Hydrobiology of Thirumurthy Reservoir Coimbatore District India/S. Subhashini and N. Saradhamani. 28. Heavy metal pollution in River Tunga Bhadra and Tungabhadra at Kudali Near Shimoga Karnataka/G. Suresha K. Ramadas and E.T. Puttaiah. 29. Fluoride concentration of water in Vrishabhavathi River Basin Bangalore District Karnataka/Y.M. Muniraju H.C. Vajrappa and J.M. Neelakantarama. 30. Investigation of drinking water quality of Basavanahole tank with reference to physico chemical characteristics/J. Narayana R. Purushothama B.R. Kiran K.P. Ravindra Kumar and E.T. Puttaiah. 31. Studies on Physico chemical parameters of Pundi Water Reservoir from Tasgaon Tahsil (Maharashtra)/S.A. Khabade and M.B. Mule. 32. Textural parameters as a tool to differentiate depositional environments of Araniar River Estuary Tamil Nadu India/K.R. Reddy A. Nagaraju and A.N. Reddy. 33. An assessment of physico chemical parameters of fish culture ponds at. Seller Inventory # 56943

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Amrita Yadava and Nov Rattan Sharma

Published by Global Vision Publishing House, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8182201950 ISBN 13: 9788182201958

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About this Item: Global Vision Publishing House, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. Introduction. I. Nature and development 1. Embodiment of positive health psychology/Amrita Yadava Nov Rattan Sharma and Sushma Sharma. 2. Positive health a conceptual analysis/Shyodan Singh. 3. Positive mental health an experiential analysis/Adarsh Kohli and S.K. Verma. 4. Psycho social determinants of health/A. Suresh and Latha. 5. Positive health and wellbeing in adverse environment a leaf from the invulnerables/Meena Hariharan. 6. Identity and well being/Damanjit Sandhu and Suninder Tung. II. Societal health issues 7. Exploring the gender differences in occupational stress and coping strategies among teachers/Arun Kumar and S.K. Srivastava. 8. Imagery intervention for enhancing intrinsic motivation concentration and performance of football players/Narinder Singh and Vandana Sharma. 9. Job values in relation to mental health of IT professionals of public and private sector/Jincy Oommen and Manju Mehta. 10. Managerial perspective of employee counselling in Indian organisations a qualitative analysis/H.L. Kaila. 11. Role of social support in the relationship of stress and depression among managerial personnel/A.P. Singh L.K. Mishra and S. Sharma. 12. Locus of control birth order and residence as predictor of general well being/Ashok. K. Kalia and Sudhir Sahu. 13. Enabling the disabled a multi dimensional approach/Vidhu Mohan and Richa Shri. III. Disease mechanism and management 14. Depression in relation to self efficacy and parenting style among adolescents/Shalini Singh Sunita Rani and Rajesh Kumar. 15. Effects of stress (life events) and locus of control on depression/A.P. Singh and A.K. Singh. 16. Mechanism and management of stress and hostility in hypertensives/Baby Shari. P.A. and C. Jayan. 17. Relationship of family environment with mental health of coronary artery disease patients/Gurminder Sokhey and Surinder Jaspal. 18. Stress in Angina Pectoris and Myocardial infracted patients/Naved Iqbal and Pooja Bhatnagar. 19. Positive psychology in combating physical disorders/Adarsh Kohli Manju Mohanty and S.K. Verma. IV. Health enhancement 20. Enhancing reproductive behaviour with application of behaviour technology/Vedagiri Ganesan. 21. Homoeopathic perspective of living a positive life/Anil Sharma. 22. Managing obesity with positive life style/Suman Sangwan Nov Rattan Sharma and Amrita Yadava. 23. Psycho social management of children women and aged affected in disaster/C.S. Singhal. 24. Risk taking behaviour preventive strategies and management/Madhu Jain. 25. Stress state well being and the need for counselling/Sandeep Kumar and A.P. Singh. V. Spirituality and positive health 26. Need for spiritual care training to the health caregivers/Akbar Husain. 27. Personal positivity as a correlate of health/Dinesh Satish Kumar and Rajbir Singh. 28. Positive health psychology its spiritual basis/Sajjan Singh. 29. Promoting health behaviours in young people/Shilpi Ashok Pandit. 30. Science and spirituality for positive health/T.N. Lakhanpal. Index. Positive Health Psychology is a distinctive title as all three words used in the title seems to propagate only and only positivism in life. The main objective of this edited volume is to elaborate and understand those positive issues which have the strength not only to prevent diseases but also have the capacity to promote and enhance integrated health with the help of psychological means and methods. Positive attitude towards life make it successful as well as meaningful. This book is a compilation of 30 articles classified in five parts. First part which consist of six articles describes the nature and development of positive health psychology. There are seven articles in part II where different authors have presented various health issues concerned with family work and society. Part III relates to the mechanism and management of many commonly known psycho physical diseases. Six articles listed in part IV of the book explains possible techniques an. Seller Inventory # 63351

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Arun Mohanty and Sumant Swain

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About this Item: Axis Pub, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. I. Foreign Policy 1. Foreign policy of Kazakhstan/Bek Ali Yerzhan. 2. Kazakhstan's nuclear disarmament and Canwfz/Albina Salimbayeva. 3. Realism and middle powers a case study of Kazakhstan's foreign policy/Kukeyeva Fatima and Zhulduz Baizakova. 4. Shanghai cooperation organization and India's position/Akatayeva Aliya Askarovna. 5. Indian policy towards Central Asia view from Kazakhstan/Sanbayev Mukhit Bolatbekuli. 6. External functions of state in the context of lawmaking a case study of Kazakhstan/B.Y. Sangirbayeva. 7. Some actor images of international relations within unofficial informational space of Kazkhstan/Lessya Karatayeva. II. India Kazakhstan Bilateral Relations 8. Contemporary Kazakhstan building strategic partnership with India/Kairat Umarov. 9. India Kazakhstan relations/Ashok Sajjanhar. 10. Kazakhstan India strategic partnership/Klara Makasheva. 11. Perspectives of Kazakhstan India cooperation in contemporary international relations/Nurzhanova Saltanat. 12. Kazakhstan India trade and economic relations/Bek Ali E.K. 13. Kazakhstan and India People to People contacts/Kukeyeva Fatima. 14. The prospects of contemporary India Kazakhstan's vision/Sattar F. Mazhitov. 15. Multilateral and bilateral cooperation between Kazakhstan and India on security issues/Nurzhanova Saltanat. 16. India Kazakhstan relations 1991 2008 an assessment/Angira Sen Sarma. 17. Indo Kazakh trade and economic relations/P.S. Tibb. III. Domestic policy 18. Kazakhstan centre of Eurasia/Murat Laumulin. 19. Sustainability of Kazakhstan's financial system as factor for confronting external risk/Zaure Chulanova. 20. Silk route and Kazakhstan A historical perspective/Sattar F. Mazhitov. 21. Economic modernization in Post Soviet Kazakhstan/Arun Mohanty. 22. Political process in Post Soviet Kazakhstan/Sumant Kumar Swain. 23. Innovative activeness of human resources of Kazakhstan/Zaure Chulanova. 24. Youth belonging to small ethnic groups of Kazakhstan peculiarity and problems of development/Asanbayev Mukhit Bolatbekuly. Eurasian foundation. Kazakhstan located in the heart of Eurasia continent is a country where diverse cultures and ethnicities have synthesized over centuries. Kazakhstan the ninth largest country in the world in terms of territory with a population of 16 million is a highly industrialized nation where one finds nomadic lifestyle co existing along side the sophisticated space programme. Kazakhstan like India practices the principle of unity in diversity and firmly believes in cultural pluralism secular values. Kazakhstan is located at the cross road of civilizations Islam Christianity and Buddhism which makes it the right place for dialogue of civilizations. Kazakhstan is rich in vast natural resources. The entire periodic table of Mendeleyev can be found beneath the surface of the country. It is set to be among top ten oil producing countries and plans to be among 30 most competitive economies of the world in few decades. Kazakhstan ranks seventh in terms of oil deposits and sixth in terms of gas reserves in the world. Independent Kazakhstan has emerged as a powerful economy from the ruins of disastrous Post Soviet market reforms with a per capita GDP of 8500 USD that makes it the largest economy in Central Asia and second largest in CIS. Kazakhstan's economy accounting for 70% of the total GDP of Central Asia is the driver of economic development and integration in the region. In the post independence period thanks to its prudent policies Kazakhstan has attracted 80 billion $ in FDI which accounts for 80% total investments in Central Asia. Kazakhstan pursues a predictable consistent and peace loving multi vector foreign policy. Kazakhstan significantly contributed to world peace and international security by voluntarily abandoning its nuclear arsenal the fourth largest in the world at the time of its dismantling and made major contribution in transforming Central Asia into a nuclear weapons free zone. Kaza. Seller Inventory # 74532

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Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya Publishing House (2004)

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: New. Water is of the prime importance for all the human activities and so its management and conservation is most essential. In this present age, when every man is aware of the importance of sustainable environment, training the mass in environment management is the need of hours. It is necessary to change people\`s attitude towards the importance of water. A new environmental behaviour is necessary, in which quantitative demands and confrontation must be replaced by qualitative appreciation and co-ordination. This will hopefully lead us into a new era of human harmony, which can bring changes to the well being of life on the earth.;The book presents the most important aspects of pollution, conservation and management of aquatic environment. Factual studies and research-based recommendations are also included in this book.;This book is a unique compilation of 40 research articles, which must be useful to the students pursuing advanced and specialized courses, academicians, researchers, scientists, administrators, industrialists and the concerned people in general.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Impact of Sewage Pollution on Primary Productivity of Wetland of Jharkhand (Santal Pargana), India by Arvind Kumar & C Bohra; Chapter 2: Assessment and Management of Water Pollution: A Review by S Ananthi, P Uma Maheshwari, K Usha Rani, R Saravanan & A Arun; Chapter 3: Quality of Water in Fruit and Vegetable Processing Industries and their Management by R Saravana Kumar, G Manimegalai, A Solaimalai & M Baskar; Chapter 4: Wastewater Quality of Major Drains of Delhi Draining Wastewater to River Yamuna and Assessment of Water Quality of River Yamuna at Delhi Stretch by P K Behera, R C Trivedy & P C Mishra; Chapter 5: Management and Reclamation of Water for Silk Reeling by C Doreswamy & Ramakrishna Naika; Chapter 6: Quality Assessment of Water from Fish Processing Industries and Their Pollution Management by R Saravanakumar, A Solaimalai, G Manimegalai & M Baskar; Chapter 7: Management of Water pollution in Ponds Used in Trapa-cum-Fish Culture Practices by Shivesh Pratap Singh & Surendra Gupta; Chapter 8: Pollution Potential Studies of Groundwater Around Two Mining Areas in the Western Part of Sundargarh District, Orissa by S K Dash & H K Sahoo; Chapter 9: Studies on Selected Major Elements and Nutrients in Rushikulya Estuary (East Coast of India) by Tapan Rani Mahapatro; Chapter 10: Pesticide and Fish: A Workhouse for the Detection, Evaluation and Abatement of Water Pollution by Biplab Sarkar, S Adhikari, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Bidhan C Patra & S Ayyappan; Chapter 11: Utilisation of Municipal Wastewater in Aerobic Composting of Solid Organic Waste of Bhubaneswar City by S P Panda, D K Behera & C S K Mishra; Chapter 12: Bacteriological Evaluation of Marketed Mineral Water by S Sumathy, R Gowrisankar & S Ramesh; Chapter 13: Evaluation of a Relationship Between BOD and COD for River Nagavali and River Kolab in Koraput District, Orissa by Saswat Kumar Mohanty, Dipika Patnaik & Swoyam P Rout; Chapter 14: Seasonal Variations in the Water Quality Index for Vani Vihar Lake in Bhubaneswar, Orissa by Hrushikesh Behera, Swoyam P Rout & Laxmidhara Pal; Chapter 15: Groundwater Quality of Ghataprabha Command Area, Karnataka by C K Jain, C P Kumar & M K Sharma; Chapter 16: Study on Water Quality of Subansiri River in Assam: An EIA Approach for a Proposed Hydroelectric Power Project by B K Baruah & D Baruah; Chapter 17: Bacteriological Assessment of Boiling Water and Point of Use Aqua Purifying Systems by S Vanaja Indhumathy, R Gowrisankar & S Ramesh; Chapter 18: Physico-chemical Analysis of the Water Samples in the Freshwater Ponds of Canchipur, Manipur by L Geetabali Devi & B Manihar Sharma; Chapter 19: Groundwater Quality Index Near Industrial Area by Deepali A Sohani, G R Chaudhary & V S Shrivastava; Chapter 20: Analysis of Heavy Metals in Grou Printed Pages: 530. Seller Inventory # 59233

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edited by R.K. Mishra‚ Shulagna Sarkar and Punam Singh

Published by Academic Foundation (2015)

ISBN 10: 9332701814 ISBN 13: 9789332701816

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About this Item: Academic Foundation, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. Section I: Corporate social responsibility and legislations. 1. Decoding corporate social responsibility: the global perspective/R.K. Mishra, Shulagna Sarkar and Punam Singh. 2. Embedding corporate social accountability through ruggie’s framework (2011): an initiative to plug-in the corporate human rights contravention/Dhirendra K. Vajpeyi and Roopinder Oberoi. 3. Social auditing: an essentiality to effective corporate social responsibility/Dillip Kumar Kar. 4. R&R Versus corporate social responsibility: a curtain raiser/Bibhu Prasad Mohanty. 5. Corporate governance and corporate social responsibility in perspective/Kirti Chawla. 6. Social auditing and public policy: a mass media critique/Dharmesh Pushpa Dhawankar. Section II: Corporate social responsibility and emerging issues. 7. corporate social responsibility and sustainability: new mantras of corporate strategy/Arun Kumar Rath. 8. Turning the wheel of social responsibility: towards integrating corporate social innovation with the corporate social responsibility agenda/ Tulsi Jayakumar. 9. Creating shared value for leveraging full spectrum corporate social responsibility: an emergent deepening in syntax of responsible capitalism/Roopinder Oberoi. 10. Ethical business for sustainable development: a new paradigm of corporate social power in global governance/Manosmita Mahapatra and Subhransu Panda. 11. Awareness of corporate social responsibility activities through internal communication practices/Sweta Saurabh. 12. Inclusiveness as a tool for corporate social responsibility: a perspective/Krithika Ram. 13. Monetising corporate social responsibility activities of employees: challenges and opportunities/A. Sridhar Raj. Section III: Best practices in corporate social responsibility. 14. Corporate social responsibility practices and its outcomes of public and private undertakings in India/M. Jothi. 15. Assessing corporate social responsibility practices of Mauritian companies/H. Urdhin, K. Padachi and K. Seetah. 16. Corporate social responsibility at NMDC limited/P. Shyam and Jibitesh Rath. 17. Making corporate social responsibility mandatory: where are we heading towards? An empirical study/Anupam Anand and Rajender Singh Sajwan. There is a growing realisation that long-term business success can only be achieved by companies that recognise Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as part of the process of wealth creation and as providing a competitive advantage. This volume is a compilation of the CSR initiatives of various organisations. It presents the 21st century best practices and the dynamics of CSR for practitioners, academicians and researchers. This book is a sincere attempt to guide decision-makers in the area of CSR and help them to rethink their CSR practices. Seller Inventory # 117209

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edited by Arun Mohanty and Ajay Patnaik

Published by KW Publishers (2017)

ISBN 10: 9386288060 ISBN 13: 9789386288066

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About this Item: KW Publishers, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction/Arun Mohanty and Ajay Patnaik. Section I: Eurasian Space: Concepts and Debates. 1. Greater Europe and Eurasian Integration/Richard Sakwa. 2. Migration in the Eurasian space and the formation of regional linkages/Rashmi Doraiswamy. 3. Methodological problems of studying the post-soviet regime changes/Kharitonova Oxana. 4. New Eurasia in the focus of a multipolar world: the thorns of transformation/Sattar Fazylovich Mazhitov and Seidakhan U. Bakhtorazov. 5. De-Facto statehood as a phenomenon of the Post-Soviet Development/Sergey Markedonov. Section II: Economic and Social Issues in Eurasia. 6. On a politico-economical approach to the analysis of the transitional processes in the Post-Soviet States/Andrei Ryabov. 7. The Eurasian Union: problems and prospects of the Caspian region/R.H. Usmanov. 8. Ecological culture in the modern societies of Russia, China and Mongolia/Marina N. Baldano. 9. Anti-crisis policy of g20 monetary authorities (2008-2014)/Viacheslav M. Shavhukov and Arun Mohanty.10. New perspectives in natural resources and Central Asia/Liyaqat Ayub Khan.11. Sino-Russian relations in the new era/Shi Ze. 12. Regional security in the Eurasian landscape: Russia’s relations with the Post-Soviet Sates/Ramakrushna Pradhan.13. Current geopolitics and geo-economics in the Central and South Asian Regional Integration/Kambarov Bakytzhan and Dossova Senymgul. 14. The commonwealth of independent states: realities and prospects/Konstantin Kurylyov.15. Transition from the ‘Great Game’ to a Succession of ‘New Games’ in Eurasia in General and Central Asia in Particular: A Boon or Bane?/Moazzam Ali. Section IV: Transition in Russia.16. Religion, religiosity and the Russian state/Archana Upadhyay.17. Formation of the civil society in Russia: through the lens of the civilisational approach/Kosov G.18. Social Issues in Russia after 1991/Sanjay Deshpande.19. The North Caucasus in the system of National Security of Russia/Victor Panin. 20. Faces of political Islam in the Russian Federation/Irina Kudryashova. 21. Immigration, Economy and National Identity: a case study of Post-Soviet Russia/Vijay Kumar. 22. Ukraine in Ferment/P. L. Dash. 22. Geopolitics of regime change in Ukraine/Ajay Patnaik. 24. Culture and identity: the challenges of reintegrating crimea/Preeti D. Das. 25. EU’s Eastern partnership: walking the tightrope/Bhaswati Sarkar. 26. Ukrainisation policies and National identity in Ukraine: A View from Odessa/Abel Polese. 27. Indo-Russian Relations under UPA Rule/Prof Arun Mohanty. 28. India–Russia Trade and Economic cooperation: two decades of lost opportunities/Vinay Shukla. 29. India–Russia economic ties: the need for intensive engagement/R. G. Gidadhubli. 30. Prospects of Russia in the Indian mining sector/Samar Shakil. 31. The Dynamics of Indo-Russian relations: continuity and change/Brahmananda Satapathy. 32. Indo-Russian Cooperation in Defence R&D/V. Bhujanga Rao. 33. Trade and investment cooperation between Russia and India/Evgeny Korshunov. Eurasia, a region which essentially consists of the former Soviet republics, has always drawn international attention because of its geographical location, strategic significance and the presence of huge amounts of natural resources. This region has become an arena of sharp competition for influence between all the major powers in the world-the US, the European Union, China, Japan, India, Turkey, Iran, besides many others. The Eurasian states are about to complete the first 25 years of their independent existence and tumultuous transition. Each of the European states has chosen its own strategy for development as wells as its foreign policy priorities. While the democratic reforms in these countries have faced enormous problems, the economic transition from a state-controlled economy to a market one has been painful. There is no single model that can characterise the entire region in terms of its political and socio-economic transformation. The prevalence of ethnic. Seller Inventory # 119157

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Sujit Kumar Paul

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About this Item: Commonwealth Pub, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Poverty and health 1. From poverty to personal growth and healthy development/Ravshanbek T. Dalimov. 2. Perspective planning to prevent perpetual poverty and to pursue progress of the people especially on health care/G.C. De. 3. Problems of livelihood of rag pickers and alternative measures for their rehabilitation/Debashis Das and Angshuman Ghosh. 4. Poverty and health in Jharkhand some issues/Sujit Kumar Paul and Banasree Das. 5. Is socioeconomic status protective of health some evidence from rural Udaipur/Sudeshna Maitra. 6. Poverty health and environment nexus a study of community forestry in India/Pratap C. Mohanty and Sibabrata Das. 7. Poverty health and tribal development through joint forest management a case study in a tribal village of Birbhum/Arun Kumar Mandal. 8. Poverty and health in Orissa an overview/Santosh Kumar Behera and K.C. Sahoo. II. Health and development 9. Health and development need for a healthy city/Ranabir Dey. 10. Quality of governance as a base for health and development/Arnold J.J. Hagens and Kathya Cordova Pozo. 11. Health care system of Madhupur subdivision Jharkhand/Manjari Sarkar. 12. Research and development in health education focused on value clarification among health professionals/Karen Wistoft. 13. Socio cultural dimensions tribal health a challenging domain of social workers in India/Kakali Paul. 14. Spiritual health an agent of human development/Raja Ghosh. 15. Radon exposure in homes and environmental health problems causes and solutions/Manorama Bhattarai and Keshab Bhattarai. 16. Assessing the health impacts of air pollution a case study of Mumbai/Archana Patankar and Pushpa Trivedi. 17. Environmental impact on health and health support systems on the tribal people of Kullu district Himachal Pradesh/Guru Prasad Chattopadhyay and Anupriya Chatterjee. 18. The cultural and industrial context of health an anthropological study of the Kharwar tribes of Uttar Pradesh/Neeraj Kumar Thakur. III. Poverty and health 19. Nutritional status of women and children in three states of India/Maitreyi Chaudhuri. 20. Poverty gender and reproductive health a case study of self help groups in Burdwan district West Bengal/Gopa Samanta. 21. Reproductive health of poor urban women in Indore/Rahul Banerjee. 22. The changing face of gender gap in health/Mausumi Manna. 23. Time allocation overlapping activities and work intensity implications for well being of women workers/B. Vaithegi. 24. OBA voucher approach in health promoting safe motherhood through participation of private medical practitioners in West Bengal/Biswajit Panda David Griffith Hengjin Dong and Abdul Rahim. Poverty health and development are complementary and interwoven to each other. Thus health would be considered a holistic approach which is related to the quality of life of the human being and the quality of life is intimately related to the health and development. The volume covered diverse aspects of studies by distinguished experts and researchers covering analytically the leading and diverse issues and experiences connected with poverty health and development. Health is recognized as a significant indicator of gender development. Health education is very much essential for the development of health of any nation. Gender and health education issues have also been discussed in this volume. The book would be much use to the social scientists students scholars policy makers and development workers having interest on health and development. 454 pp. Seller Inventory # 75584

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S N Misra and B K Sahu

Published by Anmol, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8126128828 ISBN 13: 9788126128822

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About this Item: Anmol, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Globalization 1. Globalization and its implications for a developing economy like India/Alak Ghosh and Prabir Biswas. 2. Pegged exchange rate and financial crisis/Smriti Mukherjee. 3. India's globalization process in the ancient period/Raj Kumar Sen. 4. Globalization and developing countries problems and prospects/Sudhakar Panda and P.C. Panda. 5. The South east Asian regional trading arrangements an overview/G.M. Bhat. II. Economic growth 6. Dr. Kalam's developed India model an interpretative analysis/P. Jegadish Gandhi. 7. Income inequality and environmental quality/Padmaja Mishra. 8. Public private partnership for development some theoretical and empirical reflections/R. Arunachalam and T. Lakshmanswamy. 9. Spatial and social differentiation and the level of poverty in Orissa/B.K. Panda and Prasanta Sarangi. 10. Development of scheduled castes in Orissa the role of OSFDC and banks/S.N. Misra and Sriram Misra. 11. Problems of tribal development in Orissa/P.C. Mohapatro. 12. Development strategy of India need for rethinking/Bedabati Mohanty. 13. Understanding development in the context of social change/Basudev Sahoo. 14. Finance commission and federal fiscal flows in India/D.D. Panigrahi. III. Human development 15. Glimpses of human development in India/G.M. Bhat and N.A. Wani. 16. Food security in India/Baidya Nath Misra. 17. Changing pattern of women's employment in Andhra Pradesh/A.K. Vanitha Devi. 18. Human development in Orissa/R.C. Mishra. 19. Scheduled castes development through poverty alleviation programmes in Orissa/B.K. Sahu. 20. Anthropological economics of food clothing and shelter some reflections on tribal Orissa/K.K. Mohanty. 21. Poverty dimensions and living standards in Orissa a case study clothing and painters and stone carvers as a micro community in Puri district/P.M. Mohanty. 22. Implementation of SGSY in two different parts of India Assam and Uttar Pradesh/Shanker Chatterjee. 23. Employment generation in tribal areas large potential yet to be tapped/Ved P. Tripathi and Arun Bhadauria. 24. Human resources development needed innovative techniques/A. Ranga Reddy. 25. Women empowerment retrospect and prospects/Jayashree Nanda. Index. Globalization Economic Growth and Human Development broadly covers three distinct and vital areas although very closely interrelated to each other such as globalisation economic growth and human development. The book is a product of the present time and deals with issues which are pertinent to the existing economic scenario of the country. The learned papers included in the volume are from celebrated economists of the country who have made distinct contributions in their respective areas. The present book claims superiority over other books incorporating similar themes on several grounds. First the book does not contain the discussions n traditional lines. Each of the themes have been discussed both on theoretical and analytical angles having practicability in the present economic context of the country. Secondly each of the authors have suggested a concretized policy framework for implementation to overcome the pitfalls of Indian economy as visualized by some finally the integrated and interrelated issues vital to Indian economy have raised several other issues demanding further probe into the working of the economy. In this sense the present volume is a timely one and a valuable addition to the existing stock of knowledge in economic literature relating to development economics which has received sincere attention recently. Though a commemorative volume yet issues touched in the book have wider ramifications. Though this book is a harmonious blend of the objectives of Indian planning and contours of development yet it has given a new dimension and shape to the recent thinking on the subject. 288 pp. Seller Inventory # 60655

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Edited by Arun Mohanty, Nihar Ranjan Das, Sumant Swain, Siba Sankar Mohanty, Ramakrushna Pradhan

Published by Axis Books (2012)

ISBN 10: 9381302375 ISBN 13: 9789381302378

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About this Item: Axis Books, 2012. Contents I Social Issues 1 Caste System in OdishaRadhakanta Barik2 Displacement and Development in OdishaNihar Ranjan Das 3 Dynamics of Development in Odisha Issues and possibilitiesBikram Keshari Mishra 4 Migration in OdishaUmi Daniel 5 Engaging Oriya Odia Diaspora in the development process Prospects and perspectivesSiba Sankar Mohanty 6 Women empowerment and gender inequality in Odisha Issues and challengesEllina Samantroy 7 Tradition Modernity and Future of tribal life in OdishaBibhudatta Khandayatray and Mamata K Roy 8 Status of women in Odisha A Retrospective LookRashmirani Balabantaray II Economic Issues 9 Some reflections on Odisha?s industrializationArun Mohanty 10 Microfinance through self help groups Transforming the socio-economic pyramid of OdishaChitrasen Rout 11 Post-reform economic dynamics in the KBK districts of OdishaUma Charan pati 12 Implementation of MGNREGA in Odisha problems and prospectsPradeep Baisakh 13 Social Sector budgeting in OdishaGyana Ranjan Panda 14 Rural energy poverty in Odisha A Geopolitical approachRamakrushna Pradhan 15 Impact of power sector reforms on service quality Equity and efficiency A Study of Odisha power sectorBikash Chandra Dash III Political Issues 16 Resurgence of Maoism in KBK District of OdishaNarottam Gaan 17 Governance in Odisha A Need for public participationNishikant Mohapatra 18 People?s participation in rural development in the scheduled area A Study of panchaati Raj institutions in KoraputRaj Kumar Khosla  19 Government policies corporate plunder and resistance Odisha at the crossroad of developmentSubash Ranjan Nayak 20 The Marginalised Groups and Panchayati raj institution in OdishaSusanta Kumar Mallick Ramakrushna Pradhan 21 Human Rights and development induced displacement A Study of TATA steel in Kaliga NagarBibhudatta Khandayatray IV Health and Environmental Issues 22 Health Challenges in OdishaAlmas Ali 23 Maternal and Child Health scenario in OdishaSonali Sarkar Sitanshu Sekhar Karand Seetesh Chose 24 Population dynamics and its impact on climate change in OdishaSumant Kumar Swain 25 Co-management of common  property resources Institutes engaged in Wetlands and Fisheries Management around ChilikaShyama Prasad Rout 26 Disaster Management in Odisha Initiatives and InnovationsSitanshu Sekhar and Himanshu Sekhar Pradhan 27 Development induced environmental crisis in KBK of OdishaAlok Kumar Ray 28 Population pressure in village in a protected area environment A case study of Similipal Biosphere ReserveBratati Barik V Commentaries 29 Elementry Education in Odisha An overviewAbani Barl 30 A Peace Loving Government and the Restive MassesBhagaban Jena 31 Medical and Health Education in Odisha Proposal for ExpansionChitta BaralThe book Contemporary Odisha Realities and Vision is unique both in its approach and vision in addressing the issues of considerable impact on the socio-cultural political and economic growth of the state Consisting of thirty-one chapters it analysis the socio-economic political health and environmental issues Besides attempts have also been made to include issues that focuses on the inherent potential of the state in sectors such as mineral energy forest industrial waste land management climate change eco-farming tourism education migration health management MGNREGS human rights women empowerment upliftment of the marginalized and disaster management targeting their improvement along with problems and constrains   Odisha has been following consistent policy for poverty eradication with sustainable economic growth both channelizing the human resources as well as utilizing rich natural resources Finally it concludes in the broad vision given the availability of immense natural and human resources that there is an urgent need to chalk out and implement a metamorphic vision framework to plan restructure and re-work the developmental activitiesinitiatives that would help Odisha to realize its optimum growth and project itself as a model state for ot. Seller Inventory # 100350

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Arvind Kumar and G Tripathi

Published by Daya (2004)

ISBN 10: 8170353386 ISBN 13: 9788170353386

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About this Item: Daya, 2004. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. 1. Impact of sewage pollution on primary productivity of wetland of Jharkhand (Santal Pargana) India/Arvind Kumar and C. Bohra. 2. Assessment and management of water pollution a review/S. Ananthi P. Uma Maheshwari K. Usha Rani R. Saravanan and A. Arun. 3. Quality of water in fruit and vegetable processing industries and their management/R. Saravana Kumar G. Manimegalai A. Solaimalai and M. Baskar. 4. Wastewater quality of major drains of Delhi draining wastewater to river Yamuna and assessment of water quality of river Yamuna at Delhi stretch/P.K. Behera R.C. Trivedy and P.C. Mishra. 5. Management and reclamation of water for silk reeling/C. Doreswamy and Ramakrishna Naika. 6. Quality assessment of water from fish processing industries and their pollution management/R. Saravanakumar A. Solaimalai G. Manimegalai and M. Baskar. 7. Management of water pollution in ponds used in trapa cum fish culture practices/Shivesh Pratap Singh and Surendra Gupta. 8. Pollution potential studies of groundwater around two mining areas in the western part of Sundargarh district Orissa/S.K. Dash and H.K. Sahoo. 9. Studies on selected major elements and nutrients in Rushikulya estuary (East coast of India)/Tapan Rani Mahapatro. 10. Pesticide and fish a workhouse for the detection evaluation and abatement of water pollution/Biplab Sarkar S. Adhikari Partha Bandyopadhyay Bidhan C. Patra and S. Ayyappan. 11. Utilisation of municipal wastewater in aerobic composting of solid organic waste of Bhubaneswar city/S.P. Panda D.K. Behera and C.S.K. Mishra. 12. Bacteriological evaluation of marketed mineral water/S. Sumathy R. Gowrisankar and S. Ramesh. 13. Evaluation of a relationship between BOD and COD for river Nagavali and river Kolab in Koraput district Orissa/Saswat Kumar Mohanty Dipika Patnaik and Swoyam P. Rout. 14. Seasonal variations in the water quality index for Vani Vihar lake in Bhubaneswar Orissa/Hrushikesh Behera Swoyam P. Rout and Laxmidhara Pal. 15. Groundwater quality of Ghataprabha command area Karnataka/C.K. Jain C.P. Kumar and M.K. Sharma. 16. Study on water quality of Subansiri river in Assam an EIA approach for a proposed hydroelectric power project/B.K. Baruah and D. Baruah. 17. Bacteriological assessment of boiling water and point of use aqua purifying systems/S. Vanaja Indhumathy R. Gowrisankar and S. Ramesh. 18. Physico chemical analysis of the water samples in the freshwater ponds of Canchipur Manipur/L. Geetabali Devi and B. Manihar Sharma. 19. Groundwater quality index near industrial area/Deepali A. Sohani G.R. Chaudhary and V.S. Shrivastava. 20. Analysis of heavy metals in groundwater from coal mining area in Jamtara district Jamtara Jharkhand/K.K. Prasad. 21. Luni river a case study/N.K. Bohra. 22. Influence of freshwater influx on calcium and magnesium concentrations in the Rushikulya estuary/Tapan Rani Mahapatro. 23. Ecological study of the macrophytes of Ikop lake Manipur morphometry and qualitative analysis/Ch. Nivanonee and B. Manihar Sharma. 24. Physico chemical analysis of the Bhavani river water collected from the Kalingarayan Dam Tamil Nadu/B. Reginaa and B. Nabi. 25. Water supply of Kollam municipality of Kerala problems and solutions/M.K.P. Royee and V.R. Prakasam. 26. Removal of dyes by adsorption technique a review/Satish N. Vaishnav and V.S. Shrivastava. 27. Geochemistry and environmental evaluation of the Bharalu river sediments/P.K. Das and Ranjan Borah. 28. Portability of dug wells of Mayyanad Panchayat Kerala/S. Reshma and V. R. Prakasam. 29. Environmental impact of limestone mining on river Yamuna Giri and Tons in Sirmour in H.P. with special reference to biological water quality monitoring/T.B. Singh and Devendera Singh. 30. Bio ecology of potable water/N.K. Bohra S. Mutha and P.K. Aggarwal. 31. Pollution impact on the hydro biology of river Nakatia at Bareilly/Neelima Gupta V.K. Verma and D.K. Gupta. 32. Status of freshwater in 21 century a review/Anil Kumar Seema Tripathi and P. Ghosh. Seller Inventory # 52013

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Dinanath Pathy and Bhagaban Panda

Published by Harman (2002)

ISBN 10: 8186622543 ISBN 13: 9788186622544

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About this Item: Harman, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Pandit Nilamani Mishra: a profile of a personality/Dinanath Pathy. I. Orissan history, architecture and epigraphy: 1. Who is an Arya? Susri M. Vikram and Arun Kumar. 2. Trade and the Sindhu-Sarasvati civilisation/Bhuvan Vikrama. 3. Symbolism in temple art/Rajendra Prasad Das. 4. The epigraphic records of the Lingaraj Temple at Bhubaneswar/ Snigdha Tripathy. 5. Emergence of female divinities : early stage/Upendra Nath Dhal. 6. Paloura: a myth or reality/Jitu Mishra and Pradeep Mohanty. 7. Two illustrious emperors : Gajapati Prataprudra of Kalinga and Krishnadevaraya of Vijayanagara/H.C. Das. 8. Archaeological heritage of Dadpur region, district Kalahandi, Orissa/Baba Mishra and Pradeep Mohanty. 9. Mesolithic and early historic cultures in the middle Mahanadi Valley, Boudh district, Central Orissa/Balaram Tripathy. 10. Plant domestication to shifting cultivation: a technical changes in Orissa (based on primitive parallels)/Rabinarayan Dash. 11. Palace rituals : king as the icon : a study based on old records of Dharakote palace/Soubhagya Pathy. II. Philosophy and art: 12. The art of renewal from cosmic to the physical/ Dinanath Pathy. 13. Visual art : a parallel process in the South Orissan folk theatres/Dilip Kumar Tripathy. III. Sanskrit literature and legend: 14. The Vedic genesis of speech/A.C. Sarangi. 15. Illustrations from Sanskrit grammatical texts depicting art-consciousness with special reference to the works of Panini and older Paniniyas/Radhamadhab Dash. 16. Poetic ingenuity in Abhinava Gitagovinda with special reference to 290 pp. Seller Inventory # 44209

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T. Singh and K. Agrawal

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About this Item: Aavishkar Pub, 2010. tables (illustrator). Contents Preface Contributors 1 Cross protection a novel approach to plant protectionUrmila Dhua and SK Mohanty 21 Eco-friendly management of some seed-borne fungal diseases of cluster beanKailash Agrawal Rajni Jain Vinod Kumar Jain and Dilip Kumar Sharma 3 Use of gliocladium uirens as a potential tool for biological control of plant pathogenic fungiVed Pal Singh and Nellie Laisram 4 Potential and use of native biocontrol agents for suppression of soil-borne diseases of spice crops in the semi-aridsKusum Mathur 5 Non-toxic management of some important fungal pathogens of cuminJyotsana Sharma Mukta Agrawal Sunita Agrawal and Kailash Agrawal 6 Pathogenic diversity and management of fusarium wilt of pigeon pea Cajanus cajan L millspSS Madhukeshwara SG Mantur HN Ramesh Babu and YL Krishnamurthy 7 Eco-friendly approaches in management of fusarium wiltsMK Naik Arun Sataraddi T Vendan and RD Prasad 8 Non-toxic control of fusarium oxysporum a wilt pathogenChitra Khandelwal Swati Sharma Rekha Vijayvergia and Tribhuwan Singh 9 Seed-borne diseases of chilli and their eco-friendly control measuresKailash Agrawal Dilip Kumar Sharma Vinod Kumar Jain and Rajni Jain 10 Neem-an eco-friendly wonder treeShashi Chauhan RKS Chauhan and Trapti Saxena 11 Use of plant extracts in the management of fungicide resistant plant pathogensLV Gangawane 12 Antifungal effect of medicinal plants on target and non-target fungiRC Gupta ML Upadhyay and RL Fotedar 13 Botanical pesticides to control post harvest diseases of mango guava and chikuArun Arya 14 Non-hazardous management of seed-borne fungal diseases of black gramKailash Agrawal Vinod Kumar Jain Rajni Jain and Dilip Kumar Sharma 15 Eco-friendly management of some fungal diseases of okraSunita Agrawal Jyotsana Sharma Kailash Agrawal and Tribhuwan Singh 16 Biology and biological deterrent activity of vesicular -- arbuscular mycorrhizal fungiK Tamil T Vendan MK Naik and MN Sreenivasa 17 Diversity and natural association of VAM fungi on some important trees of HaryanaAshok Aggarwal Seema Sharma Vipin Parkash and RS Mehrotra 18 Management of plant diseases by mycorrhizaeAK Roy and Rashmi 19 Integration of arbuscular arbuscular mycorrhizal technology with MicropropagationKS Meena Kumari and P Sivaprasad 20 Botanicals for the management of phytonematodesArchana Mittal and Kirti Sharma 21 Nematode problems of crops and their eco-friendly managementAC Verma and M Nehal Khan 22 Status and eco-friendly strategies for management of insect pests of vegetable cropsKirti Sharma and RK Sharma 23 Insect and nematode pests of mushroom biology and managementKirti Sharma and Archana Mittal 24 Integrated pest management a shifting paradigmAnjali Mathur and Anuj Saxena IndexPlant diseases were known to man when organized agriculture came into existence and when man had to move to other areas in search of food In spite of many thousand years of progress in human civilization based on great scientific advances and also the opening of new frontiers in scientific agriculture it remains a stark truth even today that a very large proportion of world population still remains underfed undernourished or even starved Disease is a state of abnormality which develops through interaction of a host and parasite under suitable environmental conditions The plant diseases can be efficiently controlled by the application of chemicals such as fungicides bactericides insecticides etc but these are not permanent methods and on the contrary they pollute the environment and at times are hazardous to human health Hence there is need to reduce the load of synthetic chemical pesticides in an effort to provide for safer foods and a cleaner environment Development of breeding of disease resistant varieties of crop plants is also an efficient practically feasible and economically ideal method of disease management Now more use of physical methods bio-pesticides and exploitation of native plant resources in plant protection is needed Scientists world over. Seller Inventory # 85975

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edited by M. Ragunathan, J. Jayanthi, K.P. Sanjayan, R.K. Singh, Aftab Ahmad Khan and Arun Kumar

Published by Narendra Publishing House (2014)

ISBN 10: 9382471405 ISBN 13: 9789382471400

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About this Item: Narendra Publishing House, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Diversity of avifauna in Malshiras Tahasil of Solapur District (M.S.)/A.C. Kumbhar, A.L. Deshmuklh, B.N. Ghorpade, S.H. Bhosale and S.G. Bansode. 2. Study of water quality of wetlands of district Mainpuri (U.P.) India/Amita Sarkar. 3. Identification of COI gene from crocothemis servilia Anisoptera: Odonata/Anulin Christudhas and Manu Thomas Mathai. 4. Study on changes in faunal diversity of river ecosystem due to some natural and anthropogenic disturbances with a special reference to water Hyacinth Eichhornia crassipes invasion in river Churni of Nadia district in West Bengal, India/Avijit Bakshi and A.K. Panigrahi. 5. Genetic diversity studies of Orthetrum Sabina Sabina using Rapd analysis Odonata: anisoptera/Kalluri Mellius Prem Roger, M. Chitra and Manu Thomas Mathai. 6. Effect of probiotic bacteria on crucian carp carassius carassius survival and growth/J. Sivakumar, J. Jayanthi and M.G. Ragunathan. 7. Faunistic study of spiders from the scrub jungle in MCC Campus, Tambaram, India (Araneae)/John Caleb T.D. and Manu Thomas Mathai. 8. Temporal fluctuations in the populations of coccinella trasnversalis fab. in the Vigna mungo L. crop associated with a polyculture agroecosystem of Tamil Nadu/M. Sankaran and K.P. Sanjayan. 9. Biodiversity loss by human activities/Pallavi Kumari Pushpam, Akanshi Kumari and Prabhash Kumar. 10. Isolation characterization and media optimization of streptomyces spp. For improved production of antimicrobial metabolites/S. Rega, J. Jayanthi, M.G. Ragunathan and B. Nagamani. 11. Larvicidal efficacy of ageratum houstonianum Mill. Asteraceae leaf extracts against the Filarial vector Culex quinquefasciatus. Say Diptera: Culicidae/Samuel Tennyson, K. John Ravindran and S. John William. 12. Studies on impact of some ecological aspects on biodiversity of some floodplain wetlands of West Bengal, India/Santanu Debnath and A.K. Panigrahi. 13. The effect of flubendiamide on growth of probiotic microbes in the gastrointestinal tract of labeo rohita/Sini Bhadrasenan Pushpangadan and C. Radhakrishnan Nair. 14. Immunobiochemical characterization of Leptin protein from Indian major carps Labeo sp/S.K.S. Alam, S.N. Joardar and A.K. Panigrahi. 15. Seasonal changes in the marine microbial diversity along Chennai coast/A. Vanitha and K. Revathi. 16. Genital variation and relative abundance of noctuids in conifer forests of Himachal Pradesh/V.K. Mattu, Shweta Thakur and Pawan Kumar. 17. Quality assessment of drinking water in the vicinity of domestic waste water of village Lathang in District Jagatsinghpur, Odisha/Sudip Kumar Mohanta, Rudhish Acharya and Ashis K. Mohanty. 18. Chromosomal aberrations induced by two different doses of Gamma Ray, 80 r and 240 r on bone marrow cells of shrew suncus murinus/Pradip Kumar Sur, Pranab Kumar Das, Madhurima Roy, Moulisha Biswas and Sukhen Das. 19. Ecology of purple Moorhen porphyrio porphyrio in Dharmaveer Sambhaji Tank, in Solapur City, Maharashtra, India/B.N. Ghorpade and A.C. Kumbhar. 20. Modern living and lead poisoning/Ranjit Singh and B.N. Pandey. 21. The antibiotics: existing paradox/Ranjit Singh and B.N. Pandey. Seller Inventory # 112176

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edited by S.K. Tripathi

Published by Today and Tomorrows (2015)

ISBN 10: 8170195136 ISBN 13: 9788170195139

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About this Item: Today and Tomorrows, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: I. Introduction. 1. Biodiversity in India: an introduction/S.K. Tripathi. 2. Biodiversity information in India: Status and future scope/Arijit Roy and P.S. Roy. II. Plant diversity assessment and change. 3. Floristic diversity of Nagaland, northeast India – an overview/Sapu Changkija. 4. Rapid plant diversity assessment in Uttarakhand/Arijit Roy and Deepak Kushwaha. 5. Changes in liana diversity over a decade in Indian tropical dry evergreen forests/Swapna S. Khadanga, C. Muthumperumal and N. Parthasarathy. 6. Changes in plant diversity along disturbance gradient in a dry tropical region, India/Rup Narayan and Shachi Agrawal. 7. Plant diversity change along disturbance gradient in Mizoram, northeast India/Sh Bidyasagar Singh, B.P. Mishra, S.K. Tripathi. 8. Changes in plant species composition, biomass structure and allocation pattern in a peri-urban region in tropical India/Shachi Agrawal and Rup Narayan. III. Diversity of leaf and reproductive parts. 9. Diversity of pollen morphological characters in Acer Linnaeus (Sapindaceae) from Darjiling and Sikkim Himalayas/D. Lama, S. Moktan and A.P. Das. 10. Diversity in reproductive phenology of Indian dry tropical forest trees/C.P. Kushwaha, S.K. Tripathi and K.P. Singh. 11. Diversity of leaf deciduousness in important trees of dry tropical forest, India/ C.P. Kushwaha, S.K. Tripathi and K.P. Singh. 12. Regeneration status of Melocanna baccifera (Bambusaseae) after gregarious flowering in Assam, India/Pator Singnar, Dangerous Narzary, Arun Jyoti Nath and Ashesh Kumar Das. IV. Diversity of plant utilization. 13. Plant species diversity and its utilization pattern in homegardens of Mizo community, North-East India/U.K. Sahoo and L. Jeeceelee. 14. Diversity of medicinally important weeds in a sub-urban town of West Bengal, India/Santanu Saha. 15. Diversity of forest resource and its utilization in Balasore district of Odisha/Ranjan Kumar Kar. V. Soil and litter microbial diversity. 16. Microbial diversity in the lower belt of eastern Himalaya/S.R. Joshi, Kaushik Bhattacharjee, Aishiki Banerjee and Donald A. Bareh. 17. An overview on fungal diversity in North East India: options for research and development/Vineet Kumar Mishra and Bhim Pratap Singh. 18. Diversity of micro-fungi on decaying leaves of Alnus nepalensis and castanopsis hystrix in subtropical plantation forests of Manipur, North East India/A. Kayini, R.R. Pandey, G. Sharma. 19. Variations in soil physico-chemical properties of different traditional homegardens of Mizoram, Northeast India/U.K. Sahoo. VI. Biodiversity conservation. 20. The nature and function of traditional homegardens in Assam, Northeast India: a review/Tapasi Das and Ashesh Kumar Das. 21. Advancements in PCR based molecular markers and its application in biodiversity conservation/Subhajit Mukherjee, Souvik Ghatak, Ravi Prakash Yadav, Zothansanga, G. Gurusubramanian and N. Senthil Kumar. 22. Diversity of medicinal plants and their conservation in Darjeeling Hills, Eastern Himalayas, India/Santanu Saha. 23. Biodiversity conservation in agro-ecosystem for future food security/U.S. Nayak, S.K. Mohanty, R. Kar and G. Shial. 24. Mainstreaming traditional knowledge and ethno-veterinary practices among tribes of Chhattisgarh: Issues and challenges/Rabindra Nath Pati. 25. Conservation of threatened potential ethnic herbal species of Ericaceae from Naga hills, India/Subhasis Panda. 26. Biodiversity in India: a synthesis/S.K. Tripathi. Over the years, our scientific understanding and technical skills on biodiversity researches have expanded in many terrestrial ecosystems with less information on various aspects of tropical forest biodiversity. This book has presented an overview on current state of biodiversity in different Indian tropical natural and modified ecosystems. Information presented in this book covered an overview on biodiversity, present status and future scope of biodiversity in India, floristic diversity of Nagaland, plant diversity assessme. Seller Inventory # 117011

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edited by Sauris Panda and Chandra Ghosh

Published by BSMPS (2014)

ISBN 10: 8121108950 ISBN 13: 9788121108959

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About this Item: BSMPS, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Remembering Prof. A.P. Das: 1. Sri Abhaya Prasad Das: from the memory lane/Satugopal Bhattacharyya. 2. My save biodiversity campaign and Prof. A.P. Das/T.M. Hynniewta. II. Floristic studies and revisions: 1. Taxonomic studies on the genus ziziphus miller rhamnaceae Himalaya in Kashmir/Chesfeeda Akhter, G.H. Dar and Anzar A. Khuroo. 2. Bamboos in Indian Himalaya an appraisal/Paramjit Singh. 3. An assessment of floristic diversity Dalma wildlife sanctuary, Jharkhand/P. Lakshminarasimhan and C.R. Magesh. 4. A contribution to the study of the subfamily caesalpinioideae in West Bengal, India/T.K. Paul. 5. Magnoliaceae of Indian region-an appraisal/V. Sampath Kumar. 6. The genera acacia miller and Albizia Durazzini leguminosae mimosoideae in Sikkim State, India/T. Chakrabarty. 7. Diversity of the genus heteroscyphus schiffner hepaticae in Nagaland India/Kazhuhrii Eshuo and S.K. Chaturvedi. III. New records: 1. An overlooked species of aporosa blume phyllanthaceae from South India/T. Chakrabarty and N.P. Balakrishnan. 2. New distributional record of four species of Salix Linnaeus Salicaceae mirbel from Arunachal Pradesh India/Sukla Chanda, A. Pramanik and G.G. Maiti. 3. Papilionanthe vandarum Reichenbach f. Garay Orchidaceae: a new record for Nagaland India/S.K. Chaturvedi, Moaakum, Santanu Dey and Nungshikokla Jamir. 4. Habenaria diphylla Dalzell var. Josephi N. Pearce and P.J. Cribb Orachidaceae: a new record for Nepal/Lokesh R. Shakya. 5. Five new additions to the flora of Goa state, India/T. Chakrabarty. 6. Smilax aspericaulis Wallich ex. A. DC. Smilacaceae an addition to the state flora of Assam/S. Baruah and S.K. Borthakur. 7. Glochidion palaeogamblei sp. Nov. a new fossil leaf of euphorbiaceae from the Pliocene sediments of Arunachal Pradesh, North-eastern India and its palaeoclimatic significance/Mahasin Ali Khan and Subir Bera . IV. Nomencalture: 1. Botanical miscellany/Kanchi N. Gandhi. 2. Biodiversity studies: a taxonomic contemplation/Ambarish Mukherjee. 3. Notes on nomenclature in the family rubiaceae/D.B. Deb and M. Gangopadhyay. V. Systematics and phylogeny: 1. Xylotomy of a woody vine: artabotrys hexapetalus Linnaeus f. Bhandari annonaceae/Arishta Saha, Tanmoy Mohanty and Prasanta Kumar Bhattacharyya. 2. Macrocharacters of fruits and microcharacters of seeds, both LM and SEM of the Indian members of the tribes naucleeae and cinchoneae sensu Bentham and Hooker rubiaceae/Nandita Sarkar and G.G. Maiti. 3. Studies on in vitro pollen germination of crotalaria sericea retzius/Kakali Biswas, Subrata Mondal and Sudhendu Mandal. 4. Botany and essential oils of the intra specific categories of cinnamomum verum J.S. Presl grown in Northeast India/Akhil Baruah. VI. Distribution and conservation: 1. Urban forests: species selection and biodiversity conservation/Monika Koul and A.K. Bhatnagar. 2. Patterns of plant species richness, diversity and endemism in the alpine zone of western Himalaya/Gopal S. Rawat. 3. Role of tree ring study in forest management: prospects in Indian context/Amalava Bhattacharyya, Mayank Shekhar and Santosh K. Shah. 4. Taxonomy and conservation of medicinal plants in challenges and northeast India: issues, prospects/K. Haridasa. 5. Status of socio-ethnobotanical resources of Tawi wildlife sanctuary and adjoining village in Mizoram, India/Lallawmkimi and H. Lalramunghinglova. .VII. Traditional resources: 1. Documentation of traditional knowledge on medicinal plants from Mayurbhanj district of Odisha, India/S.D. Rout, S.K. Panda and Arun K. Pandey. 2. Plants used in controlling household pests in Manipur, India/Yumkhan Sanatombi Devi, Konsam Sanjita Chanu and P.K. Singh. 3. Some significant ethnobotanical plants from Kinnaur district in alpine region of Himachal Pradesh, India/M.K. Seth, H.C. Negi and Anil K. Goel. 4. Traditional knowledge on medicinal plants amongst the Mao Naga tribe in Manipur/N.S. Jamir and Lanusunep VIII. Medicinal plants. Seller Inventory # 112610

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B R Subramaniyan; M Baba; R Ramesh; L Elango and M Prithviraj

Published by New Academic Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8186772243 ISBN 13: 9788186772249

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About this Item: New Academic Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Message. Foreword. Preface. Section I Research highlights of R&D Projects Supported by Earth System Science Division Department of Science and Technology New Delhi i. Perspective papers on the Great Indian Ocean Tsunami 1. Great Indian Ocean Tsunami Indian prospective/G. Victor Rajamanickam and M. Prithviraj. 2. R&D Plan for the Indian Tsunami warning system and long term mitigation/T.S. Murthy and A.D. Rao. ii. Effects of Tsunami on the Tamilnadu Coast India 3. Inundation of seawater due to the Indian ocean Tsunami along the Indian coast/B.R. Subramanian et al. 4. Water quality in the coastal areas of Tamilnadu after Tsunami/L. Elango Ashudas Das S. Chidambaram S. Kaliappan J.F. Lawrence K. Palanivel and R. Ravichandran. 5. Post Tsunami sediment characterisation of Tamil Nadu Coast/S. Srinivasalu A.L. Ramanathan G. Victor Rajamanickam R. Nagendra S.R. Singarasubramanian M.V. Mukesh and K. Manoharan. 6. Micropaleontological investigations of Tsunami sediments of Tamil Nadu and Andaman Islands/Shaikh Mohammad Hussain M. Suresh Gandhi R.K. Krishnamurthy and R. Nagendra. 7. Effect of 26 December 2004 Tsunami along the Andhra Coast an integrated study/P. Rajendra Prasad et al. 8. Impact of Tsunami on the Kerala coast and a rehabilitation plan for the worst affected stretch at Alappad/T.N. Prakash S. Chattopadhyay and A.S.K. Nair. 9. Tsunami characterization and mapping in Andaman and Nicobar Islands/R. Ramesh R. Arun Kumar A.B. Inamdar P.M. Mohan M. Prithviraj and S. Ramachandran et al. II. Some important post Tsunami activities of national agencies and academic institutions 10. Setting up on early warning system for Tsunami and storm surges in the Indian ocean. 11. Post Tsunami Studies carried by marine wing of Geological Survey of India. 12. Tsunami 26 December 2004 a geo scientific perspective. 13. Damage on coastal areas of the Indian peninsula due to December 26 2004 Indian ocean Tsunami/D.K. Paul. 14. Survey report of structural damages in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands due to earthquake and Tsunami on December 26 2004. 15. Post Tsunami activities of Department of Ocean Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Madras/V. Sunder J.S. Mani K. Murali S.A. Sannasiraj S.P. Subramanian and R. Sundaravadivelu. 16. Ground situation assessment provision of solutions and implementation of the Tsunami early warning system for Indian ocean. 17. Modelling of Tsunamis. 18. GPS aided geodetic studies after the great Sumatra Earthquake of 26 December 2004 DST initiatives/Manoranjan Mohanty. Annexure List of projects supported by earth system science Department of Science and Technology Government of India New Delhi. Brief biographical sketch of the members of editorial committee. Photographs showing post tsunami effects. This book is an integration of the research highlights of these projects that were executed through research and academic institutions and national agencies on four major themes viz. Coastal geomorphology inundation mapping water quality and sediment characterization in all the tsunami affected areas on the Indian mainland and Andaman and Nicobar Islands. An effort has been made to bring out a seamlessly coherent picture on the nature and intensity of damage caused by the Great Tsunami with possible explanation and mitigative measures. It is envisaged that the book would serve as a reference material to the future researchers and also provide basic information to all the concerned viz. the community the industry media Governmental and non governmental agencies in the management of such natural calamities. 236 pp. Seller Inventory # 60219

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