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Sen Arun Kumar

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ISBN 10: 8173910065 ISBN 13: 9788173910067

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About this Item: Kanishka Publishers & Distributors. Condition: New. pp. 178 Illus. Seller Inventory # 7810416

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Barun Kumar Chakraborty

Published by Sujan Pub, Kolkata (2006)

ISBN 10: 8185549451 ISBN 13: 9788185549453

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About this Item: Sujan Pub, Kolkata, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Reverend Lal Behari De. 2. Rabindranath Tagore. 3. Upendra Kishore Roychowdhury. 4. Sarat Chandra Mitra. 5. Dinesh Chandra Sen. 6. Indumati Devi. 7. Abdul Karim Sahitya Bisharad. 8. Ashutosh Mukhopadhyay. 9. Sarat Chandra Roy. 10. Abanindranath Tagore. 11. Dakshinaranjan Mitra Majumder. 12. Gurusaday Dutta. 13. Muhammad Shahidullah. 14. Chandra Kumar Dey. 15. Sushil Kumar De. 16. Sukumar Sen. 17. Kshitish Chandra Maulik. 18. Muhammad Hanif Pathan. 19. Jasimuddin. 20. Muhammad Mansuruddin. 21. Ashutosh Bhattacharya. 22. Binoy Ghosh. 23. Arun Kumar Roy. 24. Mazharul Islam. 25. Tarapada Santra. Stalwarts of Bengali Folklore is a unique book of its kind in a sense that it coalesces the entire works and activities done by the Bengali folklorists in a single volume. The reader can find the contributions that our predecessors in the field of folklore have made. This book contains the life sketches of 25 folklorists some of whom went long back into the darkness of oblivion. In this book these folklorists have been established on the basis of the merit of their work in folklore. The volume is mention worthy again for its detailing of the pioneering works done by the folklorists of Bengal in their life time. This must be an essential compendium to everyone who does not even want to miss the Bits of history of the intellectual minds of Bengal. 144 pp. Seller Inventory # 58644

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Sankar Sen

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8180692361 ISBN 13: 9788180692369

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Notes on contributors. 1. Mukerian Dacoity case/Ashwini Kumar. 2. A police officer recalls/Arun Prosad Mukherjee. 3. An early lesson in leadership/A.K. Dave. 4. The case of an old woman/S.V.M. Tripathi. 5. Through heat and dust in UP/Prakash Singh. 6. The trick works/B.J. Misar. 7. Some reminiscences/B.R. Kalyanpurkar. 8. Looking back/D.K. Arya. 9. The Sikkim Saga/B.S. Das. 10. A police failure its fallouts and lessons/P.S. Ramamohan Rao. 11. Momentous day in service/D.C. Nath. 12. Those moments from the yellow pages/Kalyan K. Mitra. 13. Retrospection/Ved Marwah. 14. Remembrance of things small and significant/Chaman Lal. 15. An unforgettable experience/F.T.R. Colaso. 16. Flag hoisting at Idgah Maidan Hubli Karnataka state origin of the problem/R. Ramalingam. 17. Indian politics and the scales of justice/E. Rammohan. 18. Many a man who failed actually never tried/S.K. Sharma. 19. Caste Barrier/Sankar Sen. 20. Remembering J.C. Ghose/Sankar Sen. Index. The book contains 20 essays written by distinguished law enforcement officers regarding some of their challenging and unique experiences in the field and their underlying lessons and warnings. The bunch of essays also provides revealing insights into the ambience in which the police work in India and the problems and challenges conflicting pulls and pressures that buffet conscientious officers in the field. Their triumphs and tragedies agonies and ecstasies are woven in the pages of the book. There is also the message that in police work courage honour fair play and unwavering commitment to right means always help officers weather storms. Professional success comes by treading a narrow straight path and not by taking recourse to shortcut questionable means. 200 pp. Seller Inventory # 61388

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Published by Rainbow

ISBN 10: 8186962573 ISBN 13: 9788186962572

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About this Item: Rainbow. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. From gradual to galloping liberalisation: a journey to nowhere and withering of developmental state in India/Kamal Nayan Kabra.2. The economic slowdown: growing disparities, globalisation and the black economy/Arun Kumar. 3. Regional growth and disparities/Ravi S. Srivastava. 4. Agriculture/Pramod K. Chaubey. 5. Agricultural labourers/S. P. Singh. 6. Industry/T. Ravi Kumar. 7. Sickness in Indian industry/Pushpa Kumari. 8. Public enterprises/R.K. Mishra, B. Navin and P. Geeta. 9. Privatisation/Ashok Rao. 10. Financial sector/Hari Om Verma. 11. 2002-03 budget/Atul Sood. 12. Stock market/K.S. Chalapati Rao. 13. Balance of payments/Sunanda Sen. 14. External sector/Manmohan Krishna. 15. Intellectual property regime/Biswajit Dhar. 16. Telecom/Arun Mehta. 17. Prices and the PDS/V. Upadhyay. 18. Hunger and starvation/Shalini Kala and Aasha Kapur Mehta. 19. The urban sector/T.M. Thomas. 20. Unemployment/P.K. Chaubey. 21. Employment and casualisation/Bansari Choudhury. 22. Gender issues/Navsharan Singh. 23. Higher education/Jandhyala B.G. Tilak. 24. Elementary education/Sadhna Saxena. 25. Health/Alpana Sagar and Imrana Qadeer. 26. Media/Sanjay Kapoor. 27. Labour's resistance to reforms/ Souparna Lahiri. 28. Governance/Kamala Prasad. 29. Reforms, governance and the state of the people/Dolly Arora. Boxes: 1. Economic reforms in India and China/Kamal Nayan Kabra. 2. Industrial policy changes since 2001. 3. Concentration in cement industry/Pushpa Kumari. 4. Criminal intelligence digest/A.K. Gupta. 5. People's electoral verdict against liberalisation/ 250 pp. Seller Inventory # 46059

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Arun Kumar Banerji

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ISBN 10: 8170950864 ISBN 13: 9788170950868

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About this Item: Lancers. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. China at fifty/Radharaman Chakrabarti. 2. India- China relations: retrospect and prospects/Arun Kumar Banerji. 3. Nin Hao, Kitai: China and Russia at 2000 A.D./Jyotirmoy Banerjee. 4. Sino-American relations in the present world order/Anindyo J. Majumdar. 5. 50 years of China's Pakistan policy: a partnership through evolving world-views/ Shibashis Chatterjee. 6. China and Japan: a relationship of compromise and cooperation/Suchita Ghosh. 7. China's diplomacy towards Southeast Asia: aspirations and achievements/Rabindra Sen. 8. The territorial claims in South China sea: probing persistent uncertainties/Tridib Chakraborti. 9. China's central Asian policy in the wake of the re-emergence of "Turkestan"/Anita Sengupta. 10. South Asian security and China/Swaran Singh. 11. China's emerging maritime strategy/J.K. Dutt. 12. Chinese foreign economic policy in the post-Mao era: an overview/Gautam Kumar Basu. 13. The political economy of reforms in China/Ratan Khasnabis. 14. Women's dress in China/Prasanta Ray. Index. "The people's republic of China, which has completed 50 years of its eventful history, is today widely regarded to be poised on the threshold of emerging as the next global power. It has not only become a leading actor in the global politico-strategic environment but is also projected to evolve as one of the most important economic forces of the 21st century. "This lucid volume brings together contributions by distinguished scholars, providing a comprehensive and in- depth analysis of China's multi-dimensional relations with major actors. 319 pp. Seller Inventory # 38337

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R.R. Sharma (Ed.)

Published by Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd. (1997)

ISBN 10: 8121205751 ISBN 13: 9788121205757

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Relationsme, written by a number of leading Indian and Hungarian scholars, seeks to present a comprehensive account of the Indian and Hungarian Policies of liberalization and economic restructuring. The major focus of analysis is the contemporary period, and the current policies of liberalization which seek to integrate their Economies into the Globalization process. The contributors provide a useful reflections not only on the past policies, but also on the current situation and the future prospects. The book is divided into two sections. The first section deals with the Indian experience, which is followed by the Hungarian scenario. However, in both cases, the contributors--note the obvious fact that while the state is retreating, the Markets are required to Play dominant role in economic restructuring. How are the markets actually performing? This question has been examined at length by some contributors. The contributors believe that globalization is a major component of the new policies. C.P. Bhambri and Attila Agh examine the Political implications of the new economic policies. Imre Levai explores the field of economic and trade Relations between Hungary and developing Countries after the economic restructuring. The book is bound to be a great value to both experts and to any one who has a serious interest in the future economic development of India as well as Hungary. Contents: Relationsntroduction I. India : 1. Liberalization and Structural Adjustment Policies : An Indian Perspective/Bibek Debroy 2. India`s External Economy: Some Reflections on Recent Performances/Sunanda Sen 3. Resource Mobilization, Globalization and the Indian Economy/Arun Kumar 4. New Economic Policy and Indian Agriculture : Some Reflections on Emerging Trends/G.K. Chadha 5. Liberalization and Indian Agriculture/Pradipta Chaudhury 6. Political Economy of the Indian State : 1991-1996/C.P. Bhambri II. Hungary : 7. The Hungarian Economy at the Cross-Roads/Gusztav Bager 8. Lasting Growth as the Top Priority : Macroeconomic Tensions and Government`s Economic Policy/Janos Kornai 9. The Forecasted Future Picture of the Hungarian Economy at the Turn of the Millennium (2000-2005)/Janos Hoos 10. Restructuring Economic and Trade Relations Between Hungary and Developing Countries/Imre Levai 11. The East Central European Party Systems : Linkages Between Parties and Society/Attila Agh Printed Pages: 230. Seller Inventory # 34575

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Arun Kumar Biswas

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ISBN 10: 8172361033 ISBN 13: 9788172361037

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About this Item: Asiatic Society. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. History and science: 1. History, science and society/Arun Kumar Biswas. 2. Historical knowledge and knowledge of history/Santanu Chacraverti. II. Science in the ancient world: 1. The Harappan chapter in the making : the story of science and technological experience in early South Asia/Nupur Dasgupta. 2. Physico-chemical ideas in ancient & medieval India/C.K. Majumdar. 3. Biological sciences in ancient India/Srabani Sen and R.L. Brahmachary. 4. The rise and fall of Islamic and Chinese science/Ashish Lahiri. III. Science & technology in the pre-modern & British period in India: 1. An aspect of artisanal technology in India-some methodological arguments/Smriti Kumar Sarkar. 2. Colonial constraints & technology : marginalised Indian attainments/ Amitabha Ghosh. 3. Science and nationalism in Bengal (1876-1912)/ Chittabrata Palit. 4. Some pioneers of modern Indian science during the last few decades of British rule/Chandana Roy Chowdhury. IV. Some salient features in modern science: 1. Salient features of modern physics and their relevance to society/C.K. Majumdar. 2. Biology in the 20 century/R.L.Brahmachary. 3. Some salient features of modern chemistry and their relevance to the society/Somnath Ghosh. 4. The emergence of the Body: an essay in the history of medical knowledge/Anirban Das. V. Science & technology in post-Independence India: 1. Science and technology in India/ M.M. Chakrabarty. 2. Recent performances in India related to science and technology/M.M. Chakrabarty. 3. Industry in West Bengal-a profile of fifty 474 pp. Seller Inventory # 37596

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B.G. Verghese (ed.)

Published by Penguin/Viking, New Delhi, India (2006)

ISBN 10: 0670058637 ISBN 13: 9780670058631

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About this Item: Penguin/Viking, New Delhi, India, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Almost sixty years ago, Nehru spoke of India’s tryst with destiny at the dawn of Independence. In the Constitution of the new republic that was framed a few years later, the goals and values of that vision were unfolded. How far have we progressed since then and what is it that destiny now holds for tomorrow’s India? The present volume of essays surveys the scene past-forward and paints a picture of what has been accomplished and what remains to be done. There is pride and satisfaction in particular over India’s vibrant democracy and progress in many directions. This is nonetheless tinged with concern, for there are nagging problems of governance and shortfalls in human and infrastructure development, as well as social deficits in the matter of rights, corruption and sectoral and regional imbalances. All these must be squarely faced and speedily overcome if the nation is to grow in keeping with its increasingly recognized potential as a rising great power. It has been widely forecast that within thirty years India, together with the United States and China, will constitute the three largest economies in the world. The wellsprings of growth are there. However, as more than one author points out, mere economic and technological growth is not enough. In this globalizing world the market is not all. The citizen must march hand in hand with the consumer in a sharing and caring society. The twenty-four essayists who write of Tomorrow’s India do so in celebration of the 125th anniversary of their alma mater, Delhi’s St Stephen’s College. Their themes relate to diplomacy and security; the economy and technology; governance; society’s watchdogs; ideology and values; social change; and culture and heritage. The authors represent a galaxy of public figures, academics, professionals and social workers. What they have to say makes compelling reading, with penetrating insights and critiques. Contributors include George Abraham, Mani Shankar Aiyar, Rukmini Banerji, Ranjit Bhatia, Ravi Dayal, Gopalkrishna Gandhi, Sagarika Ghose, Navina Haidar Haykel, Prem Shankar Jha, Manoj Joshi, Mukul Kesavan, Arun Kumar, Sarwar Lateef, Arun Maira, Harsh Mander, Deepak Nayyar, Bunker Roy, Vikramjit Sen, Kapil Sibal, Dilip Simeon, K. Natwar Singh, N.K. Singh, B.G. Verghese and Sitaram Yechury Printed Pages: 400. Size: 16 x 24 Cm. Seller Inventory # 014825

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B.G. Verghese (ed.)

Published by Penguin/Viking, New Delhi, India (2006)

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About this Item: Penguin/Viking, New Delhi, India, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Almost sixty years ago, Nehru spoke of India’s tryst with destiny at the dawn of Independence. In the Constitution of the new republic that was framed a few years later, the goals and values of that vision were unfolded. How far have we progressed since then and what is it that destiny now holds for tomorrow’s India? The present volume of essays surveys the scene past-forward and paints a picture of what has been accomplished and what remains to be done. There is pride and satisfaction in particular over India’s vibrant democracy and progress in many directions. This is nonetheless tinged with concern, for there are nagging problems of governance and shortfalls in human and infrastructure development, as well as social deficits in the matter of rights, corruption and sectoral and regional imbalances. All these must be squarely faced and speedily overcome if the nation is to grow in keeping with its increasingly recognized potential as a rising great power. It has been widely forecast that within thirty years India, together with the United States and China, will constitute the three largest economies in the world. The wellsprings of growth are there. However, as more than one author points out, mere economic and technological growth is not enough. In this globalizing world the market is not all. The citizen must march hand in hand with the consumer in a sharing and caring society. The twenty-four essayists who write of Tomorrow’s India do so in celebration of the 125th anniversary of their alma mater, Delhi’s St Stephen’s College. Their themes relate to diplomacy and security; the economy and technology; governance; society’s watchdogs; ideology and values; social change; and culture and heritage. The authors represent a galaxy of public figures, academics, professionals and social workers. What they have to say makes compelling reading, with penetrating insights and critiques. Contributors include George Abraham, Mani Shankar Aiyar, Rukmini Banerji, Ranjit Bhatia, Ravi Dayal, Gopalkrishna Gandhi, Sagarika Ghose, Navina Haidar Haykel, Prem Shankar Jha, Manoj Joshi, Mukul Kesavan, Arun Kumar, Sarwar Lateef, Arun Maira, Harsh Mander, Deepak Nayyar, Bunker Roy, Vikramjit Sen, Kapil Sibal, Dilip Simeon, K. Natwar Singh, N.K. Singh, B.G. Verghese and Sitaram Yechury Printed Pages: 400. Size: 16 x 24 Cm. Seller Inventory # 014825

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Achin Vanaik

Published by Manohar, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8173045399 ISBN 13: 9788173045394

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About this Item: Manohar, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Globalization and the Indian economy I the new economic reforms/Arvind Virmani Arun Kumar Sanjaya Baru and Prabhat Patnaik. 2. Globalization and the Indian economy II the impact of the WTO/Bibek Debroy and Jayati Ghosh. 3. Globalization and Nepal/I. Mukherjee. 4. Globalization and Sri Lanka/P. Sahadevan. 5. Globalization and Pakistan/C.P. Chandrasekhar. 6. Globalization and Bangladesh/Abhijit Sen. 7. Globalization and science and technology/Praful Bidwai. 8. Globalization and environment/Mahesh Rangrajan. 9. Globalization and health/Mohan Rao. 10. Globalization and education/Krishna Kumar. 11. Globalization and media/Harish Khare. 12. Globalization feminism and publishing/Ritu Menon. 13. Globalization and culture/Rajeev Bhargava. 14. Globalization and communalism/Sumit Sarkar. 15. Globalization and international relations/Achin Vanaik. 16. Closing remarks/Mushirul Hasan and Father Louis Prakash. Contributors. This book brings together acknowledged experts in their respective fields to provide a uniquely authoritative and comprehensive perspective on globalization and its impact on South Asia generally and on India in particular. Globalization and South Asia Multidimensional Perspectives covers a wide range of issues both economic and beyond. Apart from area studies of Nepal Sri Lanka Pakistan Bangladesh and India other issues taken up for study include the World Trade Organization (WTO) as well as the impact of globalization on science and technology the environment the media education culture health feminist publishing communalism and international relations. Written in an easy to read conservational style this book will be of immense value both to the general reader as well as to college and university students and teachers seeking to understand how globalization one of the most important phenomena of our times is shaping the present and future of South Asia. 362 pp. Seller Inventory # 51164

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Raj Kumar

Published by Life Span Publishers (2015)

ISBN 10: 9381709351 ISBN 13: 9789381709351

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About this Item: Life Span Publishers, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Adil Jussawalla. 2. Agha Shahid Ali. 3. Amit Chaudhuri. 4. Arun Kolatkar. 5. Arundhathi Subramaniam. 6. Arvind Krishna Mehrotra. 7. A.K. Ramanujan. 8. C.P. Surendran. 9. Dilip Chitre. 10. Dom Moraes. 11. Eunice de Souza. 12. G.S. Sharat Chandra. 13. Gieve Patel. 14. Gopi Krishnan Kottoor. 15. Henry Louis Vivian Derozio. 16. Indira Goswami. 17. Jayanta Mahapatra. 18. Kamala Das. 19. Keki Nasserwanji Daruwalla. 20. Makarand Paranjape. 21. Mani Rao. 22. Purushottama Lal. 23. Rabindranath Tagore. 24. Rajagopal Parthasarathy. 25. Raman Mundair. 26. Ranjit Hoskote. 27. Robin Singh Ngangom. 28. Rukmini Bhaya Nair. 29. Sachin ketakar. 30. Sarojini Naidu. 31. Shreekumar Varma. 32. Smita Agarwal. 33. Sri Aurobindo. 34. Sudeep Sen. 35. T.K. Doraiswamy. 36. Tabish Khair. 37. Tishani Doshi. 38. Toru Dutt. 39. Vikram Seth. 40. Yuyutsu Sharma. Index. Seller Inventory # 113272

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Mostra Internazionale del Nuovo Cinema

Published by Marsilio Editori, Venezia (1985)

ISBN 10: 8831748076 ISBN 13: 9788831748070

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About this Item: Marsilio Editori, Venezia, 1985. Softcover. Book is in the Italian language. Sound binding. Clean, off-white pages. Wrappers have light handling wear including edge rubbing, wear to corner tips. ; Essays on Indian cinema. Contributors: K. A. Abbas, Ritwik Ghatak, Adoor Gopalakrishnan, Mani Kaul, Arun Khopkar, Satyajit Ray, Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Mrinal Sen, Kumar Shahani, Bikram Singh, Aruna Vasudev. ; Nuovocinema/Pesaro; Vol. 21; 8.5" tall; 278 pages. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. Seller Inventory # 3720026

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Rajesh Behl

Published by Raj Publications, New Delhi, India (2014)

ISBN 10: 9382281134 ISBN 13: 9789382281139

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About this Item: Raj Publications, New Delhi, India, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. Contents:- Preface 1 Abhay Ashtekar 2 Anil Bhardwaj 3 Anil Kakodkar 4 Anna Mani 5 A. P. J. Abdul Kalam 6 Arun Majumdar 7 Arvind Bhatnagar 8 Aryabhata 9 Ashok Das 10 Ashok Gadgil 11 Ashoke Sen 12 Atul Kumar 13 Bhâskara I 14 Bhâskara II 15 Birbal Sahni 16 Brahmagupta 17 C. R. Rao 18 C.V. Raman 19 Chanakya 20 C. N. R. Rao 21 D. Bap Reddy 22 D. R. Kaprekar 23 Dipan Ghosh 24 Dronamraju Krishna Rao 25 G. Madhavan Nair 26 G. N. Ramachandran 27 Ganapathi Thanikaimoni 26 Gobind Khorana 29 Haridwar Singh 30 Homi J. Bhabha 31 Jagadish Chandra Bose 32 Jayant Narlikar 33 K. R. Ramanathan 34 K. Radhakrishnan 35 K. Sridhar 36 Kailas Nath Kaul 37 Kariamanickam Srinivasa Krishnan 38 Kedareswar Banerjee 39 Kotcherlakota Rangadhama Rao 40 Meghnad Saha 41 P. Balaram 42 Pisharoth Rama Pisharoty 43 Prafulla Chandra Ray 44 Raja Ramanna 45 Ram Chet Chaudhary 46 Ravi Gomatam 47 Roddam Narasimha 48 Satyendra Nath Bose 49 Shiva Ayyadurai 50 Srinivasa Ramanujan 51 Udipi Ramachandra Rao 52 Visvesvaraya 53 Vijay P. Bhatkar 54 Vikram Sarabhai 55 Yellapragada Subbarao.Printed Pages: 304. Seller Inventory # 106369

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R. Subbaiah, G. V. Prajapati

ISBN 10: 8121213169 ISBN 13: 9788121213165

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About this Item: 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 420 ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Climate change has emerged as a major challenge to our agriculture, indeed to the management of our economy as a whole. The immediate problems that our farmers face relate to intra-seasonal variability of rainfall, extreme events and unseasonal rains. These aberrations cause heavy losses to our crops every year. There is therefore an urgent necessity for us to devise appropriate adaptation and mitigation strategies for gearing up our efforts to evolve climateresilient crop varieties, cropping patterns and water management practices for ensuring food security, enhancing livelihood opportunities and contributing to economic stability at the national level. Robust mechanisms to strengthen interactions between agricultural scientists and our farmers and also ensure better convergence between research and developmental needs. The research papers in the proceedings of National Seminar on Water Management and Climatic Smart Agriculture is reviewing the current climate change policy responses fall short of addressing the realities of poor rural farmers who are the most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change and paint an alternative way forward by defining innovative techno-economic-eco-resilient strategies to overcome the gaps of contemporary mitigation and adaptation programmes in agriculture by bringing to the fore the actual priorities, needs, and knowledge of farming communities themselves and suggest suitable recommendations to farming community and Government organizations to look far and wide in our agricultural research system and will succeed in delivering the national goals on agricultural productivity whatever be the odds. CONTENTS:- 2nd Vol:- 1. 21st Century Climate Change Scenario of Haridwar District in Uttarakhand 9 S.K. Dubey, S.K. Tripathi, G. Pranuthi 2. Long Term Temperature Trends around Six Cities in North East India Using Mann-Kendall and Sen’s Slope Technique 21 S.R. Kumar 3. Joint Event and Continuous Hydrological Modeling Using HECHMS- A Suitable Strategy for Improving Modeling Efficiency 34 G.L. Chunale, S.D. Gorantiwar, G.U. Satpute 4. Condensed Disaggregation Procedure for Simulating Monthly Rainfall 45 R. Subbaiah, R.N. Das and R.N. Yasaswi 5. Artificial Neural Networks for Rainfall Forecasting 59 P.M. Kyada, Kumar Pravendra and R.A. Kachhadiya 6. Modelling and Simulating the Climate Change Impact on Water Resources System in Ozat Basin using SWAT 70 H.D. Rank, J.H. Kelaiya, D.M. Pardava, R.J. Patel, H.V. Parmar, H.H. Mashru and P.B. Vekariya 7. Development of Short Period Rainfall Forecasting Models Using Artificial Neural Network 84 M.A. Sojitra, R.C. Purohit, Mahesh Kothari and K.K. Yadav 8. Rainfall Forecast Model for Agriculture Water Allocation Planning in Madhya Pradesh 97 Arun Jhajharia, Shrikant and Sumeet Meshram 9. Trend Analysis of Climatological Parameters using Mann-Kendal Test: A Case Study of Vadodara District, Gujarat, India 109 I.S. Risaldar, T.M.V. Suryanarayana & Falguni. P. Parekh 10. Application of Artificial Neural Networks to Rainfall Disaggregation 119 R.N. Yasaswi, R.N. Das and R. Subbaiah 11. Drought Investigation using the Standardised Precipitation Index 129 R.N. Das, R.N. Yasaswi, R. Subbaiah, and S. Pandya 12. Forecasting Weekly Temperature with Seasonal ARIMA Model 139 P.A. Damor, R. Subbaiah, G.V. Prajapati, H.D. Rank and H.V. Parmar 13. An Assessment of Potential Surface and Groundwater Resources of Bhadar River Basin of Gujarat State using SWAT Model 148 J.H. Kelaiya, D.M. Paradava, R.J. Patel, H.V. Parmar, H.H. Mashru, P.B. Vekariya and H.D. Rank 14. A Systematic Month-Wise Trends of Temperature and Rainfall in Junagadh (Saurashtra Region) of Gujarat, India: A Study 158 Bhavin Ram, S.S. Chianchorkar, A.N. Kunapara, F.G. Sayyad and M.S. Khardiwar 15. Development of Statistical Models for Forecasting of Gram Crop Yield for Amreli District of Gujarat State 172 N.J. Rankja and P.B. Maraviya 16. Comparative Assessment of Meteorological Drought Indi. Seller Inventory # 9788121213165

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Arun Kumar Sen

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Arun Kumar Sen

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Vivekanand Jha (Ed.)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2013. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book, The Fiction of Amitav Ghosh: A Critical Commentary critically examines various themes in the novels of Amitav Ghosh who is one of the leading contemporary Indian novelists writing in English and whose sphere of pursuits is very wide. He has made his mark in both fiction and non-fiction, but is best known for his novels, having been shortlisted for coveted Booker Prize for Sea of Poppies. The anthology includes critical papers and articles of renowned and celebrated scholars of the respective field on the diverse aspects of Amitav Ghosh?s novels. It is one of the finest books that critically assesses almost all aspects of Amitav Ghosh?s novels. This anthology of scholarly and contemplated articles is not all about his novels. There are in addition, a tribute poem to Amitav Ghosh composed by Vivekanand Jha, and Lila Azam Zanganeh?s interesting interview with Amitav Ghosh, which further enhance the usefulness and expediency of the anthology. This book will be useful for students and teachers of English literature and will further encourage critics and young researchers to turn their attention to this one of the most significant, celebrated and illustrious novelists of India. Contents : Preface; 1. A Tribute Poem to Amitav Ghosh?Vivekanand Jha; 2. Transcending Generations with Time-Slip Fantasy through The Shadow Lines?Neerja Arun; 3. A Sense of Space and Time: The Calcutta Chromosome?Indira Nityanandam; 4. Legitimacy of Subaltern in In An Antique Land: A Discourse on Indivisibility of the World?Deepak Thakur?5. Feminine Consciousness in Amitav Ghosh?s Novels?Anju Bala Agrawal; 6. Across the Cultural Borders: Journeys, Mobility and Migration in Amitav Ghosh?s The Hungry Tide?Dinesh Kumar; 7. Dominant Imageries in Amitav Ghosh?s River of Smoke?Vivekanand Jha; 8. Opium, History and Narration in River of Smoke?Rajnish Mishra; 9. Postcolonial Reading of Boundaries in Amitav Ghosh?s In an Antique Land?Vishwanath Bite; 1. Socio-politico-historical Documentation: A Study of Amitav Ghosh?s Sea of Poppies?Ch. Swathi; 11. The Zest for Life and Struggle for Existence in The Glass Palace by Amitav Ghosh?Vandana Rajoriya; 12. Opium and India in Sea of Poppies: A Socio-Environmental Study?A. Sujatha; 13. Vainness Demarcation in Amitav Ghosh?s The Shadow Lines?Dalvir Singh Gahlawat and Suman Yadav; 14. Harmony versus Conflict in Amitav Ghosh?s The Shadow Lines?Saykar Satish Govind; 15. Amitav Ghosh?s Sea of Poppies: A Story of Troubled People?Neeta Dhumal; 16. Micro-narratives of Fever and Discovery in Amitav Ghosh?s The Calcutta Chromosome?Shyam Chothani; 17. Homespun Wisdom and Axiomatic Aspects in Amitav Ghosh?s River of Smoke?Vivekanand Jha; 18. The Voice of the Subaltern in Amitav Ghosh?s Fiction?Ambarish Sen; 19. The Map was in my Head: The Cartography of an Experiential City in Amitav Ghosh?s The Shadow Lines and The Calcutta Chromosome?Somdatta Bhattacharya; 2. Amitav Ghosh: A raconteur of existence?Rashi Saxena; 21. Amitav Ghosh?s The Circle of Reason: A Bildungsroman, Picaresque and Detective Novel?Priyanka Vaidya; 22. The Hungry Tide: Amitav Ghosh?Rituparna Datta Roy; 23. Colonialism and Post Colonialism in Amitav Ghosh?s The Glass Palace?L.V. Padmarani Rao and Githa Bhojane; 24. Border, Violence and Amitav Ghosh?s The Shadow Lines?Rajnish Mishra; 25. The Hungry Tide: Globalization and Beyond?Rupali Jain; 26. Elements of Love and Sensuality in Amitav Ghosh?s River of Smoke?Vivekanand Jha; 27. The Author with an Author: Amitav Ghosh in a Conversation with Lila Azam Zanganeh; Contributors Printed Pages: 312. Seller Inventory # 69417

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Sushil Kumar Goel, Arun K Sen

Published by Raj Publications (2015)

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Sushil Kumar Goel, Arun K Sen

Published by Raj Publications (2015)

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Rajbir Singh; Nov Rattan Sharma and Amrita Yadava

Published by Wisdom, Delhi (2004)

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About this Item: Wisdom, Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Psychological factors and individual differences 1. A study of age and gender differences in motivational resources/Sangeeta Trama and Prem Verma. 2. Achievement motivation among rural and urban college students/R.S. Suhag. 3. Arousal tempo and psychological performance/Punam Devi and Rajbir Singh. 4. Biometric genetic analysis of sibling data on personality and intelligence/C.R. Darolia. 5. Delegation effectiveness as the function of emotional intelligence and general intelligence/Subedar Yadav and G.P. Prakash. 6. Emotional intelligence construct independence from social intelligence personality and temperament/Nov Rattan Sharma C.R. Darolia A.S. Kajal and Amrita Yadava. 7. Individual differences of personality among drug users/Vipendra Pratap Singh and Taresh Bhatia. 8. Inspection time in relation to level of intelligence/Nov Rattan Sharma Poonam Tayal and Amrita Yadava. 9. Personality moods and bodily responses/Anjali Malik and Rajbir Singh. 10. Psychoneurotic tendency in asthmatics/C.P. Khokhar and Monaj Kumar Chauhan. 11. Reliability and validity psychometric features of verbal measure of time orientation/Sonia Malik and Rajbir Singh. 12. Self esteem as a determinant of well being/Nov Rattan Sharma Ashok Sharma and Amrita Yadava. 13. Study of anger in relation to personality/Nov Rattan Sharma Deepti Hooda and Amrita Yadava. 14. The contribution of fluid and crystallized intelligence to the verbal and spatial abilities of right handed males and females/Ravinder Jit. II. Demographic factors and individual differences 15. A differential study of interest patterns of boys and girls at 10+2 level/Savita Arya Vidhu Mohan and S. Jain. 16. A study of creative thinking in relation to intelligence and sex/Savita Arya and Vandana Mehra. 17. A study of work and responsibility in children (12 14 years)/Farzana Alim. 18. Effect of gender and residence on the perceived study habits of scheduled caste and non scheduled caste students/Ashok K. Kali and Anita Kumari. 19. Isolation experience in children as a function of fathering value orientation. (traditionism/progressivism) attitude to social change and economic status/Sadhna Gupta. 20. Rejection perception of adolescents towards their mothers/Sanjeev Kumar A.K. Agarwal and C.P. Khokhar. 21. State differences in cognitive performances among females/Ravinder Jit. III. Miscellaneous 22. Across gender comparison of need patterns/Nov Rattan Sharma Sonu Joshi and and Amrita Yadav. 23. Allen and Meyer's organisational commitment questionnaire a factor analytic study of public bank employees/Sujata Hooda and Shalini Singh. 24. Assessing the needs of parents with mentally challenged children/Sunita Malhotra and Jyotsana Madan. 25. Contribution of structural and semantic components of reading ability in achievement in Hindi/Amrita Yadava Neeraj Yadav and Nov Rattan Sharma. 26. Effect of negative affectivity and exposure period on learned helplessness/Suraj Mal and N.K. Chandel. 27. Genesis of individual differences in behaviour among animals/Amrita Yadava Nov Rattan Sharma and Sushma Sharma. 28. Individual differences in married women on the quality of their marital relationships and impact of premarital preparedness/Amriteshwar Ratra and Praveen Kaur. 29. Reaction time and movement time in mentally retarded and normal persons/Savita Arya and C.R. Darolia. 30. Role of reattribution training from self defeating to self enhancing/Vidhu Mohan and Vandana Sharma. 31. Stress an administrative experience/Aquib Javed. The book Psychology of Individual Differences is a compilation of 30 research articles and a theoretical article tracing the evolutionary history of individual differences. A renowned psychologist Prof. Arun K. Sen has written the foreword of this book. The book has been divided into three sections covering the psychological aspects. Demographic factors and other issues relating to individual differences. Certain specific characteristics of groups like chil. Seller Inventory # 53033

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Raj Kumar Sen

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8176296732 ISBN 13: 9788176296731

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Economics of ignorance/Satyendra Nath Sen. 2. Some methodological questions in economics/Amiya Kumar Dasgupta. 3. Economics retrospect and prospect/Panchanan Chakrabartty. 4. Economics since 1930s and the Bangiya Arthaniti Parishad/Bhabatosh Datta. 5. Economic thought and economic policy in West Bengal/S.R. Sen. 6. Diminishing role of the state in economic development/Nabagopal Das. 7. Transfer of science and technology in agriculture/Karunamoy Mukerji. 8. What is economic justice/Dhires Bhattacharyya. 9. Quantitative information in macro economics/M. Mukherjee. 10. Theories of stages of development/Amlan Datta. 11. Reflections on socialist and capitalist systems/Ambika Ghosh. 12. On reviewing economics of socialism/Santosh Bhattacharyya. 13. On backward castes and women/Amita Dutta. 14. Role of the state in the economy/Ajit Sengupta. 15. Capital theory and the rate of interest/Arun Ghosh. 16. Classical and neo classical monetary theory/Hirendra Nath Roy. 17. Efficiency equity and expenditure on education/Tapas Majumdar. 18. Organic composition of skill/S.R. Dutta Gupta. 19. Changing perception of nature in economic thought/Deb Kumar Bose. 20. On poverty in India/Santikumar Ghosh. 21. In quest of theory for a country in crisis/Ajit Narayan Basu. 22. I.T. revolution and theory of rational expectations/Alak Ghosh. 23. Vision 2020/S.P. Gupta. 24. The human factor in economic development/Manjula Bose. 25. Conceptual issues in sustainable development/Subrata Gupta. Index. From the introduction Economic Theories and Empirical Issues is a collection of 25 addresses delivered by the Conference Presidents of the Bangiya Arthaniti Parishad (Bengal Economic association) during its first 25 Annual Conferences (1981 2005). These addresses cover varied areas consisting of both theoretical thoughts and empirical issues that confronted in this period which are not only regional in character pertaining to West Bengal only but also are national and global in many cases. One can get an idea how leading economists from West Bengal expressed their thoughts over this period covering quarter of a century. An introduction to these 25 addresses is hereby given in their chronological order in the following paragraphs from which the reader may obtain a birds eye view of their contents. 352 pp. Seller Inventory # 55319

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Arun Kumar Sharma, Debal Ray, Soumyendra

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About this Item: Viva Books Private Limited, New Delhi, India, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. First Edition. The book is brought out at a time when convergence of a multitude of events has generated enormous interest in conservation of biodiversity. The main feature that distinguishes this book from similar ones is its coverage of subjects. This book is not yet another document listing flora and fauna, but rather it goes into basic processes, responsible for generating, sustaining and accelerating diversification of biodiversity. Similarly it deals with causes of extinction. The readers will find discussion on the origin of biodiversity, its evolution, threats to biodiversity, as well as an account of the Indian scenario of biodiversity, along with conservation strategies. The chapters are arranged in a logical sequence and have been contributed by the scientists who are considered authorities on the respective research areas. This book would be of use as a ready reference on multiple aspects of biodiversity to students, researchers and policy-makers alike. A major departure from other books on biological diversity, this book will help the readers understand the basic issues and emerging areas of research. Although this is a multi-authored book, the chapters have been so chosen as to maintain continuity of discussion. The first section of the book deals with the origin and evolution of biodiversity. The second one deals with the drivers of loss in biodiversity, along with an article on mass extinctions. The third section deals with the unique richness of biodiversity in India, from microbes to man. The fourth and last section highlights a few conservation initiatives taken by India, including one global initiative. The authors of all the articles are well-known for their eminence in the respective fields. Contents: Preface Section I: Origin and Evolution Chapter 1. Biodiversity – Origin, Evolution and Analysis - A.K. Sharma Chapter 2. Polyploidy in Relation to Plant Evolution and Speciation – Prem P. Jauhar Chapter 3.Can Dynamic Conservation of Endemics be Delinked from the Biodiversity in its Totality? – P.S. Ramakrishnan Chapter 4. Evolution and Diversity of Rice Genome – J. Giri, S. Tyagi and A.K. Tyagi Section II: Current Drivers of Biodiversity Loss Chapter 5. Ecology of Plant Invasion with Particular Reference to India - Gyan P. Sharma, Hema Singh and J.S. Singh Chapter 6. Our Changing Geo-Biosphere -V.M. Meher-Homji Chapter 7. Aquatic Invasive Species in India - Ramakrishna Chapter 8. Mass Extinction in Anthropocene - Debal Ray Section III: Indian Scenario Chapter 9. Diversity of Bacteria and Archaea: Present Status in India - Tapan Chakrabarti Chapter 10. Spectrum of Diversity in Indian Flora: An Assessment - Neera Sen Sarkar and Anirban Roy Chapter 11. A Note on Some Threatened Plants - M. Sanjappa, T.K. Paul and P. Lakshminarasimhan Chapter 12. An Analysis of Faunal Diversity in India - Ramakrishna Chapter 13. The Natural History of the Hoolock Gibbon Hoolock hoolock: India’s only ape - Anwaruddin Choudhury Chapter 14. Genomic Diversity of Ethnic Populations of India - Analabha Basu and Partha P. Majumder Chapter 15. Biodiversity and Food Security in India - P.L. Gautam, C. Thomson Jacob, Y. Singh, C.A. Reddy and K.P. Raghuram Chapter 16. Biodiversity of the Sundarbans: Status and Challenges - L.K. Banerjee Chapter 17. Biodiversity of Oceanic Islands – Andaman and Nicobar: Status and Challenges - K. Venkataraman Section IV: Conservation Initiatives Chapter 18. An Appraisal of Global Initiatives in Protection of Biodiversity of Species and a Recommended Model - Promila Kapoor Vijay Chapter 19. Strategies for Biodiversity Conservation in India - A.K. Ghosh Chapter 20. Strategies for the Conservation of Crops Wild Relatives– Indian Context - S.K. Sharma and J.C. Rana Index About the Author: Arun Kumar Sharma (D.Sc., FNA, FNASc, FNAAS, FTWAS), the recipient of Padma Bhushan, is Honorary Professor at the Centre for Advanced Studies, Department of Botany, University of Calcutta. His contribution to cytogenetics is acknowledged no. Seller Inventory # 039939

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B G Verghese

Published by Penguin Books, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 0670058637 ISBN 13: 9780670058631

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About this Item: Penguin Books, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Introduction/B.G. Verghese. Diplomacy and Security 1. New dimensions of foreign policy/K. Natwar Singh. 2. From independence to freedom/Prem Shankar Jha. 3. Managing national security/Manoj Joshi. The Economy 1. India 2025 illusions realities dreams/Deepak Nayyar. 2. Towards a knowledge society/Kapil Sibal. Governance 1. The governance challenge/K. Sarwar Lateef. 2. The black economy undermining the idea of the nation/Arun Kumar. 3. Rural resurgence bottom up/Mani Shankar Aiyar. 3. Grassroots development through community action/Bunker Roy. 4. Eastern quagmire/N.K. Singh. Watchdogs 1. Public interest litigation/Vikramajit Sen. 2. Indian media a flawed yet Robust Public Service/Sagarika Ghose. 3. Social action to overcome some day/Harsh Mander. Ways and Means 1. Building bridges across boundaries partnership for development/Arun Maira. 2. Does ideology matter/Sitaram Yechury. 3. Rebellion to reconciliation/Dilip Simeon. 4. The relevance of Gandhi/Gopalkrishna Gandhi. 5. Voices from the margins/George Abraham. Social Change 1. Learning to be/Rukmini Banerji. 2. Managing diversity building fraternity/B.G. Verghese. Heritage and Culture 1. Wealth of Indian English writing/Ravi Dayal. 2. Indian art in international museums/Navina Haidar Haykel. 3. An undergraduate history of Hindi cinema/Mukul Kesavan. 4. Getting ahead in sports/Ranjit Bhatia. About the authors. The present volume of essays surveys the scene past forward and paints a picture of what has been accomplished and what remains to be done. There is pride and satisfaction in particular over India's vibrant democracy and progress in many directions. This is nonetheless tinged with concern for there are nagging problems of governance and shortfalls in human and infrastructure development as well as social deficits in the matter of rights corruption and sectoral and regional imbalances. All these must be squarely faced and speedily overcome if the nation is to grow in keeping with its increasingly recognized potential as a rising great power. It has been widely forecast that within thirty years India together with the United States and China will constitute the three largest economies in the world. The wellsprings of growth are there. However as more than one author points out mere economic and technological growth is not enough. In this globalizing world the market is not all. The citizen must march hand in hand with the consumer in a sharing and caring society. The twenty four essayists who write of Tomorrow's India do so in celebration of the 125 anniversary of their alma mater Delhi's St. Stephen's College. Their themes related to diplomacy and security the economy and technology governance society's watchdogs ideology and values social change and culture and heritage. The authors represent a galaxy of public figures academics professionals and social workers. What they have to say makes compelling reading with penetrating insights and critiques. 349 pp. Seller Inventory # 58827

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Atindra Mohan Goon; Swaraj Sengupta; Suchitra Ganguli and Arun Ghosh

Published by New Age Pub, Kolkata (2005)

ISBN 10: 8178190583 ISBN 13: 9788178190587

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About this Item: New Age Pub, Kolkata, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Indian political thinking and the Bengali mind/Sourendra Mohan Gangopadhyay. 2. M.N. Roy and Subhas Bose/Sourendra Mohan Gangopadhyay. 3. A letter from Dr. S.M. Ganguly. 4. M.N. Roy and the Mahatma a radical critique and assessment of Gandhi and Gandhism/Sibnarayan Ray. 5. Way to humanist revolution/V.M. Tarkunde. 6. Problems of the Indian population/Atindra Mohan Goon. 7. The state and the individualist society/Swaraj Sengupta. 8. Reflecting women/Patricia Meyer Spactks. 9. India's debt to European scholarship William Carey and his achievements/M.N. Nagaraj. 10. Political thoughts of Bengali scientists some introductory remarks and a case study/Subir K. Sen. 11. A look at Bangalir Rashtra Chinta/Narayan Mukherjee. 12. Books bricks and bytes/A.K. Dasgupta. 13. Clio's Custodian the profession of archivist/Pradyot Kumar Ghosh. 14. Music archives and libraries in the east and the west/Sisir Kumar Mukherjee. 15. Indian libraries book preservation and technology/Subhas C. Biswas. 16. Organisation of political party documents in India/Arun Ghosh. 17. Mass media information and libraries their convergence for the creation of the informed society/L.S. Ramaiah. 18. Digital libraries will the traditional libraries disappear/G.G. Chowdhury and Sudatta Chowdhury. 19. Searching of journal information using internet/B.K. Sen. 20. Concepts of community information service in the west and in India/Biplab Chakrabarti. 21. Library movement and Sourendra Mohan Ganguly/Prabir Roy Chowdhury. 22. Sourendra Mohan in the services of the library associations/Nirmalendu Mukhopadhyaya. 23. Role of Sourendra Mohan Ganguly as the first librarian of the Mahajati Sadan Kolkata/Md Nurul Huda. 24. Dr. Sourendra Mohan Ganguly a man of integrity/Satya Ranjan Banerjee. 25. A Bibliographical sketch on writings of S.M. Ganguly/Suchitra Ganguly. 340 pp. Seller Inventory # 57349

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Kailash Satyarthi and Bupinder Zutshi

Published by Shipra, Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8175412690 ISBN 13: 9788175412699

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About this Item: Shipra, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction. I. Concepts issues and vulnerability dimensions 2. Child labour the effects of public concern and neo liberal policies/G.K. Lieten. 3. Childhood conditions in India related issues/Nilotpal Basu. 4. Globalisation development and child work/D.R. Karthikeyan. 5. Development destitution and child labour vulnerability in India/Kailash Satyarthi. 6. Globalisation marketization and the poor in India/Arun Kumar. 7. Child labour and the law/Zafar M. Shahid Siddiqui. 8. Insight into issues of development and destitution and intervention strategies for eradication of child labour/Triloknath Mishra. II. Agrarian crisis and child rights violations 9. Agrarian policies agrarian crisis and child rights/Abhijit Sen. 10. Food needs food for thought starving children under globalisation/Manish K. Jha. 11. Agrarian crisis in the context of globalisation/K. Loganathan. 12. Disease of hunger death trap for children a case study of Sone Bhadra district Uttar Pradesh/Roma Ajay Patnaik and Vibha Vohra. III. Displacements and vulnerability 13. Development destitution and displacement scenario in India/B.K. Roy Burman. 14. Development displacement a case study of displaced from Tehri Dam/Aparna Srivastava. 15. Displacement and its impact on children in urban informal sector/Helen R. Sekar. 16. Displacement and child rights issues a case study of Jabhua in Madhya Pradesh/R. Vidyasagar and K. Suman Chandra. IV. Trafficking and sexual exploitation of children 17. Paedophilia and sexual abuse in Goa/Venicis Cardoso. 18. Children from the world of trafficking raid rescue and rehabilitation in India/Mondira Dutta. 19. Commercial exploitation of child work and risk a study in an urban slum in Bhubaneswar/Asima Jena. V. Informalisation of employment and child labour linkages meso and micro experiences 20. The girl child in tribal society and globalisation a study in Andhra Pradesh/C.S. Murty and S. Subrahmanyam. 21. Globalisation and child labour linkages in India a case study of carpet and the garment/apparel industry/Bupinder Zutshi. 22. Child labour and child work definition incidence and mitigation/Nidhi Sadana and S.K. Thorat. 23. Development destitution impact on child labour in Uttar Pradesh/Ramakant Rai. VI. Child labour eradication field based experiences 24. Child labour eradication field experience of Bachpan Bachao Andolan and SACCS/Narayan Singh Rao. 25. Strategies for universalisation of elementary education/R. Venkat Reddy. 26. Quality institutional care and alternatives for children/M.M. Vidyarthi and Ratna Saxena. Notes and references. Index. Globalization and structural adjustment programmes not only reinforces greater integration in the world economy but is a veneration of the market as the only mediator of efficiency and growth. It has resulted in renunciation of the state responsibility towards the welfare of its citizens. Evidence shows that along with new opportunities globalisation has led to marginalisation of the poorest and has enhanced inequality and economic insecurity among the poor. The impact of globalization and economic reforms is particularly significant in a diverse and plural country like India where different communities are placed in a social hierarchy with iniquitous access to production and other assets. Reduction in the social sector services like health education other subsidies for poverty alleviation programmes and the introduction of user fees has strong links with the increase in child labour and school dropout rates. The book analyses the concepts issues and dimensions of the processes of globalization and liberalization particularly on child right violation. It examines the vulnerability in agricultural crises displacements human trafficking and informalisation of employment among marginalized communities. Several empirical evidences have been enunciated linking the structural adjustment programmes with the increasing trends in child labour and school dropout rates. Finally the. Seller Inventory # 58158

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Arun Kumar Sen

Published by Kanishka Publishers (2008)

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Arvind Kumar

Published by Daya Publishing House (2008)

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book entitled Environmental Science: Appreciation and Perception provides comprehensive guide to the key factors of Environment. There are serval books on the environment which cover just one or other aspect of the Environmental Science. The Purpose of this comprehensive compilation is to analyse and explain the nature, development and possible implications of environmental education as an important Issue. This book is modeled on an architectural design, laying the foundation first and then building the structure with distinct elevation structure.;;The present book will be useful to the students, research scholars, scientists in the field of Environmental management and ecoplanners, politicians. In short, this book is helpful for every one who is seeking a clear cut understanding of the environment.;;Content;;Chapter 1: Bioreclamation of Water as well as Soil Resource with Special Reference to Phytoremediation by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: Toxicological Effects Caused by Mercury Contained SWE of a Chlor-alkali Industry on a Nitrogen Fixing BGA and its Detoxification by R K Behera, Alaka Sahu and A K Panigrahi; Chapter 3: Comparative Study of Zooplankton Ecology in the Lakes of Mysore, Karnataka B Padmanabha and S L Belagali; Chapter 4: Effect of Nitrogen on Growth, Nitrogen Fixing Activity and Ammonia Excretion of Salt Tolerant Cyanobacteria by P Amsaveni and S Kannaiyan; Chapter 5: Study of the Effects of Extracts of Ocimum sanctum (Basil Herb) on Phlebotomine Sandflies (Diptera : Psychodide) in Bihar, India by Kundan Lal, P Nath and Ragini Mishra; Chapter 6: Performance of Mentha piperita aginst T castaneum Herbst (Coleoptera : Tenebrionidae) by Sudhakar Gupta; Chapter 7: An Assessment of Soil Fertility: A Case Study of Varahi River Basin, Udupi District by K L Prakash and R K Somashekar; Chapter 8: Thermal and pH Stability of Dibutyl Phthalate: An Antimetabolite of Proline from Streptomyces albidoflavus 321.2 by R N Roy and S K Sen; Chapter 9: Biochemical Changes in the Snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) Under Toxic Stress of Sumicidin by P H Rohankar and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 10: Influence of Load Carrying in Cross Country Mode on Physiological Parameters of Yak (poephagus grunniens L) in Mountainous Terrain of Arunchal Pradesh by B C Das, M Sarkar, D N Das, D Gogoi, A Basu, D B Mondal, M Mazumder, P Bora and M Ahmed; Chapter 11: Seasonal Impact on Per Ovarian Oocyte Retrieval Rate in Buffalo by B C Das, M L Madan, R S Manik and M Sarkar; Chapter 12: Genetic Diversity Studies in Introgressed Lines of Gossypium hirsutum Cotton Using Cluster Analysis by J S V Samba Murthy and N Chamundeswari; Chapter 13: Present Polltion Level in Kolkata and its Abatement by Debojyoti Mitra; Chapter 14: Analysis of Physico-chemical Characteristics to Study the Water Quality Index, Algal Blooms and Eutropohic Conditions of Lakes of Udaipur City, Rajasthan by Dilip K Rathore, P Sharma, G Barupal, S Tyagi, and Krishna Chandra Sonie; Chapter 15: Larvicidal Effect of Quinalphos Against Three Clinically Important Mosquito Species by N Arun Nagendran; Chapter 16: Dry Matter, Leaf Area Index, Root Mass Density and Yield of Bed Planted Wheat Under Irrigation and Different Plant Population by Sukhvinder Singh, H S Uppal, S S Mahal, Avtar Singh and R K Mahey; Chapter 17: Allelopathic Effect of Amaranthus sp on Growth of Oryza sativa by R Antony Pathrose, X Rosary Mary and P Dhasarathan; Chapter 18: Screening of Chickpea Genotypes Against Fusarium Wilt by V K Mandhare, G P Deshmukh and A V Suryawanshi; Chapter 19: Screening of Pigeonpea Genotypes Against Wilt and Sterility Mosaic Disease in Maharashtra by G P Deshmukh, V K Mandhare and A V Suryawanshi; Chapter 20: Assessment of the Quality of Drinking Water in Outer Rural Delhi: Physico-chemical Characteristics by Vijender Singh; Chapter 21: Toxic Effect of Malathion on Quanti Printed Pages: 342. Seller Inventory # 59302

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Arun Kumar Sen.

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M. Sriram Murti

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Published by The Mining Geological and Met, Kolkata (2004)

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About this Item: The Mining Geological and Met, Kolkata, 2004. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. Development of mining technology 1. Introduction of continuous miner technology at Tandsi Project of WCL/Ashok Mehta and R.S. Malhotra. 2. Study of induced blasting effect on the long wall roof Strata at Rajendra colliery using microseismic technique/C. Srinivasan C. Sivakumar and R.N. Gupta. 3. Proposal for conventional DE Pillaring (CAVING) with hydraulic supports/V. Krishna Prasad and A. Manohar Rao. 4. Mechanisation to meet the challenges of underground coal mining in India a success story/Rajendra Singh P.K. Mandal Arun K. Singh Amit K. Singh Sahendra Ram and Nirmal Kumar. 5. Blasting gallery method the future for thick seam extraction in India/C. Sawmliana P. Pal Roy and V.M.S.R. Murthy. 6. Compatibility of resin bolting vis a vis mass production technology in an Indian mechanized underground coal mine/Niraj Kumar Biswajit Paul and A. Sinha. 7. Innovative mining method success story of Nigahi open cast mine of NCL/Ashok Kumar Singh and S.P. Singh Bhati. 8. Slope stability study at Lingaraj open cast mine/V.K. Singh. 9. Evolution of surface miner in Indian coal and limestone mines and its latest development/S.C. Niyogi and S.P. Mishra. 10. An innovative priming system emulsion based cast booster/A.K. Mishra and D. Bhattacharya. 11. Bulk handling of explosives vis a vis Site Mixed Slurry (SMS) explosives for cost effective blasting in Indian surface mines/Satish R. Kate and G.K. Pradhan. 12. Monitoring and analysis of Hydraulic chock shields behavior in real time/Srinivasulu Tadisetty R.N. Gupta Kikuo Matsui and Hideki Shimada. II. Development of process technology 1. Coalbed methane an extensional domain of coal industry/M.N. Jha and P. Kumar. 2. Non fuel uses of coal the recent trend/S.C. Roy and Kalyan Sen. 3. Introduction of Underground Coal Gasification (UCG) as future alternate energy option/D.M. Kale P.K. Hazarika and J. Sethu Madhavan. 4. Coal washeries in India a case study/G.C. Mrig. 5. Coalbed Methane drainage/A.K. Agarwal. 6. Leveraging six sigma to reduce process variation in coal beneficiation and improved marketability of coking coal/Bholanath Sarkar and Kalyan Kumar Guin. III. IT application in mineral industry 1. E commerce in mining/Saumen Ray. 2. An approach to handle negatively skewed data in ordinary kriging for Ore Grade estimation in a limestone deposit/S. Chatterjee A. Bhattacherjee S.K. Pal and B. Samanta. 3. IT advancements in blasting technologies and field application/R.V. Erady and P.R. Prasad. 4. Mining industry needs an IT strategy/Diwakar Thakore. 5. IT enabled integrated geo mining models for augmentation of coal production from South Karanpura Coalfield CCL/R.K. Choudhary and S. Bhat. IV. Management aspects 1. Corporate social responsibility of coal companies/V.K. Singh. 2. CIL opportunities ahead/D.K. Verma and A.K. Sinha. 3. GAPP/D.K. Verma and A.K. Sinha. 4. Challenges in Jharia coalfield a systems approach for revival of BCCL and dealing with the problems of fire subsidence and rehabilitation/H.R. Surana and B.K. Sharma. 5. Outsourcing a challenge to the Indian mining industry/A.R. Ansari. 6. Business perspective for India mines/Paul L. Richard. 7. Exploration of mineral resources of the sea a challenging venture/T.K. Mallik. 8. HEMM operators interface/Chinmoy Ghosh. 9. Management of innovative practices in Coal India/A. Hafeez and A.K. Sinha. 10. New management prescriptions for new technology in equipment selection for surface and underground mining/Y.P. Tripathy. 11. Investment opportunity in minerals sector/A.K. Mishra. V. Safety and health issues 1. Accident scenario in Indian coal mines/S.N. Mitra. 2. Variations in physiological parameters of coal mine loaders/N.C. Dey and Ratnadeep Saha. 3. The effect of human factor on the accident rate at coal mines/A. Mnukhin and Brukhanov. 4. Health and safety/K. Mukanda Rao. VI. Environmental management 1. Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) of A CBM Project an overview/B.C. Bhattacharya Phalguni Guha Debashis Sarkar and Prasan. Seller Inventory # 53537

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