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Prof. S Narayan

ISBN 10: 8121212545 ISBN 13: 9788121212540

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About this Item: 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. 173 About The Author:- Prof. S. Narayan, a leading Anthropologist, has done research on Naxalism and Maoism in India. He is presently a Special Rapportuer of National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi. Earlier he was S.K. Dey Chair Professor, retired as Professor from A.N. Sinha Institute of Social Studies, Patna. He was a scientist and In-charge of Space Application Centre, ISRO and sucessfully comp leted SITE programme, faculty member of Ranchi University, recipient of Distinguish Service Award of SAC, ISRO, and Fellowship of UGC etc. He had been to UK, USA, France, Yugoslavia, China, Italy, Canada etc., to deliver lecture and Chair the Scientific Centre, associated with Current Anthropology, Indian Anthropology etc. About eight scholars have done PhD under his supervision. He has written more than 100 research articles and writes regularly in popular journals and newspapers. His published books are, Sacred Complex of Deoghar and Rajgir. Bodhgaya Buddha or Shiva, Dimensions of Devlopment in Tribal, Bihar; Sauriapaharia-a Dwindling Tribe, Indian Anthropology, Social Anthropology, Anthropology of Bbuddhism, Buddhism and World Peace, Strategies of World Peace, Rural Devlopment Through Women Programme, Anthropology of Disaster Management, Play and Games in Tribal India, Policy Plan and Devlopment --Gandhian Perspective, Researches in Anthropology and Archeology, Perspectives of Tribal Devlopment, Sustainable Devlopment, Devlopment in Indian Context, Jharkhand Movement, Origin and Growth of Jharkhand Movement and many more Contents:- Preface 7 Section-A 8 Section-B 11 Maps 13 Introduction 19 Violence in West Bengal 22 2000 Onward 23 Cultural References 24 The Maoist Movement 32 Mode of Operation of the Salwa Judum 37 Kotarapal Village 39 Munder Village 40 Mankeli Village 41 Breakdown of Civil Administratration 53 The Background Dantewada 55 Naxal Affected Area in India 60 Tactics Mobilisations and Patterns of Support 62 Section–A 73 Introduction 75 I Government Tribal Interface in Bastar Area in the Post Independent India 87 II Naxalism and its Growth in Bastar 93 III Salwa Judum Movement– Response of Government, Political Leaders and Naxalites 99 IV Findings and Observations of the Study Team which 107 Visited the Bastar area Between (Dec. 2006- Jan 2007.) Conclusions 117 Prescriptions 121 6 Naxalism and Maoism in India Peace Initiative by Social Scientist and Independent Citizens: An Appeal to Maoist 125 Peace Intitiative by Social Scientists and Independent Citizens: An Appeal for Peaceful Resolution of Violence in Bastar for the Development of the Tribals and the Areas 129 Research Team Members 132 Section–B Tana Bhagats Naxalism and Maoism 133 Introduction 135 Objectives of the Study 142 Research Methods 142 Field Work 143 Social Life 144 Food 144 Dress 145 Daily Life 145 Marriage 146 Family 147 Economy 147 Education 148 Health 149 Political Life 149 Naxalism and Maoism 150 Recommendations 155 Summing Up 158 Research Team 160 Summary 161 Index The Title 'Naxalism and Maoism in India written/authored/edited by Prof. S Narayan', published in the year 2014. The ISBN 9788121212540 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 173 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Terrorism. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121212540

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S. Narayan

Published by Inter-India Publications (1994)

ISBN 10: 8121002516 ISBN 13: 9788121002516

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About this Item: Inter-India Publications, 1994. Condition: Fair. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. No dust jacket. , 350grams, ISBN:8121002516. Seller Inventory # 6763361

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Prof. S Narayan

ISBN 10: 9351281310 ISBN 13: 9789351281313

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About this Item: 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 168 ABOUT THE BOOK:- In the book author has tried to explain the dynamics of human rights in India. human rights is not only a constitutional word but it has a great role in day to day life of common man, it provides you knowledge to lead life with dignity. It has been discussed how now human rights supports each walk of life for dignified living. Rich or poor, high caste or dalit male or female all have equal human rights but unfortunately we are not able to provide uniform human rights, we are providing differential human rights, deprivatory human rights and discriminatory human rights this book will be useful for those who are interested in human rights, reseachers, legal practiceners, administrators, judiciary policy makers, NGO etc. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Prof. S. NARAYAN, International Ly Well Known Anthropologist, started his carrier from postgraduate department of anthropology of Ranchi University in the year 1968,then to ISRO(1973), Ansinha institute of Social Studies, Patna(1977) Member,Task force on Panchyati Raj, Govt of Bihar, Skdeychair professor member MGNREGA Govt. of India, RUSA GOI. etc presently special rapportuer NHRC he has done extensive research in tribal India, rural and urban India on various dimensions of Indian civilization, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism, he has done extensive research on Gandhi and Gandhism, Naxalism and Maoism, Jharkhand movement prof. Narayan is also an activist in preserving promoting and providing human rights to common men he has also produced and directed Telifilms for Door darshan based on his research, he is considered pioneer in visual anthropology. he is on editorial board of various International/National research journal his books are 1. sacred complex of Deoghar 2. Bodhgaya; Buddha or Shiva 3. dimensions of Development in tribal Bihar 4. Tribe in transition 5. Development; judiciary and police 6. Sauria paharia,a dwindl in tribe 7. Social anthropology 8. Indian anthropology 9. Buddhism and world peace 10. Strategies for world peace 11. Electricity and development in Bihar 12. Drinking water in Bihar 13. Dynamics of tribal development 14. Gandhi and plan development 15. Play and games in tribal India 16. Strategies of tribal development 17. Anthropology of disaster management 18.origin and growth of Jharkhand movement 19. Jharkhand movement 20. Jharkhand then and now in development perspective 21. Researches in anthropology and archeology 22. Sustainable development 23. Mushar in India 24. Migration in India 25. Naxalism and Maoism in India and many more prof. Narayan is recipient of award for writing best research paper.ugc fellowship, recipient of Govt of India award for successful completion of site programme etc.Prof.Narayan has visited USA,UK, Japan, Italy, France, Zagreb Vacouver etc to chair scientific session, to deliver lecture etc CONTENTS:- ?Preface 7 Introduction 9 1. Chronology Human Rights Development in India 13 Use of Torture by police 19 Other Violence 19 Aims of the Study 21 2. Human Rights and the Indian constitution 23 3. Human Rights Media and Judiciary 35 Expansion of Articles 35 Media and Human Rights 42 4. Child Human Rights in India 45 5. Human Rights of Women 51 6. Sexual assault in India 69 7. Types of Human Rights 73 Case Observation -1 73 Case Observation -2 77 Case Observation -3 78 List of bencificiaries and case study 108 Observations 114 8. The World Report of Human Rights 115 Protection of Children Rights 117 End Violence against Women, Children, Minority 121 9. Human Rights violation by Police in Custody 123 10. Violation of Woman Rights 132 V iolation of Rights to Equality and Right to Protection against Gender Discrimination 139 11. Human Rights Violation in administration in India 145 Index 163 The Title 'Human Rights : Dynamics in India written/authored/edited by Prof. S Narayan', published in the year 2016. The ISBN 9789351281313 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 168 (Pages). The p. Seller Inventory # 9789351281313

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Published by Inter-India Publications, India (1994)

ISBN 10: 8121002516 ISBN 13: 9788121002516

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About this Item: Inter-India Publications, India, 1994. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Seller Inventory # AMO9788121002516

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Ram Manohar Sah

Published by Adroit Publishers (2017)

ISBN 10: 8187393238 ISBN 13: 9788187393238

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About this Item: Adroit Publishers, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Background. 2. Being Madhesi: Form and Magnitude of discriminations. 3. Culture, archaeological heritage, local heroes and history up to 1814. 4. War of 1814-1816. 5. Rent and silent cry – post-war effect on the people of Madhesh. 6. Two nations: highland and lowland. 7. Encounter with racist state: Mahendra’s nationalism. 8. People opposition. 9. Future of Madhesh. 10. Madhesh: Yam between three boulders; Delhi, Beijing and Kathmandu. Appendices. Index. The book is about the land which lies between Nepal Valley and India, which is neither India politically nor Nepal culturally and structurally. The birth place of Buddha, Janak and Sita that showed light to world, is struggling for peace and existence. The Middle country, translates to Madhyadesh in Sanskrit, is the genesis of the Madhesh. Book starts with an attempt to define the keyword “Madhesh”using different sources; Buddhism Vinaya Pitaka, Alberuni, Hamilton and Brian Hodgson. Then, the book dive deep into the rich culture of plain, 1000 years of history, archeological heritages and local heroes. To set the book tone, author has collection of discrimination stories from different walks of life. Book review about 200 years, from King Prithivi Narayan Shah till end of Rana rule, in three chapters from Madhesi perspective; grouped under War and Colonization. Book has dedicated a chapter to understand, why there is acrimony between Hill and Plain since thousands of years? More importantly, the book explores, how foreign aid helped King Mahendra to fan the fire of racial hate between Hill and Plain people? A chapter is dedicated for strategic planners to explore bottleneck and possibilities using SWOT (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity and Threat) analysis tool. Book closes exploring, will Madhesh remain Yam between Three Boulders; Delhi, Beijing and Kathmandu? (jacket). Seller Inventory # 121048

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M K Singh

Published by Anmol, New Delhi (2008)

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About this Item: Anmol, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I. Raja Ram Mohan Roy 1. Raja Ram Mohan Roy life sketch. 2. Raja Ram Mohan Roy Pioneer of modern renaissance. 3. Raja Ram Mohan Roy a great philanthropist. 4. Raja Ram's rational social and economic philosophy. 5. Raja Ram Mohan Roy era of glory. 6. Raja Ram Mohan Roy as proponent of education and religion. 7. Raja Ram Mohan Roy a great religious and social reformer. 8. Ram Mohan Roy and Brahmo Samaj. 9. Ram Mohan Roy and the Advent of Constitutional Liberalism. 10. Raja Ram Mohan Roy an overview. Bibliography. Index. Vol. II. Gopal Krishna Gokhale 1. Gopal Krishna Gokhale life sketch. 2. Gokhale at Fergusson College. 3. Gokhale with Gandhi in South Africa. 4. Gokhale on path of politics. 5. Gokhale's plans and programmes for the Congress. 6. Gokhale The Guru of Gandhi. 7. Gokhale Self Govt. and Swadeshi. 8. Gokhale and religious issues. 9. Gokhale the great supporter of India. 10. Gokhale issues of constitutional reforms. 11. Gokhale an overview. Congress presidential address. Bibliography. Index. Vol. III. Bal Gangadhar Tilak 1. Tilak life sketch. 2. Tilak his personality and philosophy. 3. Tilak as the father of unrest. 4. Tilak and demand for home rule. 5. Tilak his contribution to education. 6. Tilak his national education. 7. Tilak management of institution of education. 8. Tilak teaching and language. 9. Tilak and origin of national feeling. 10. Tilak an Indology researcher. 11. Tilak as Congress President. 12. Tilak an overview. Bibliography. Index. Vol. IV. Mahatma Gandhi 1. Mahatma Gandhi life sketch. 2. Gandhi's India. 3. Gandhi on man and history. 4. Gandhi and Non Violence. 5. Gandhi and Satyagraha. 6. Mahatma on economy. 7. Gandhi and Brahmacharya. 8. Gandhi's education and its today's relevance. 9. Protection of environment through moral education. 10. Gandhi's religion and politics. 11. Gandhi and Nationalism vs. Internationalism. Bibliography. Index. Vol. V. Rajendra Prasad 1. Rajendra Prasad life sketch. 2. Dr. Rajendra Prasad a unique personality. 3. Rajendra Prasad on the path of politics. 4. Rajendra Prasad and cooperative planning. 5. Rajendra Prasad a suffering servant. 6. Rajendra Prasad and political activities after Second World War. 7. Rajendra Prasad his achievements. Bibliography. Index. Vol. VI. Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel 1. Sardar Patel inherent nature. 2. Sardar Patel political approach. 3. Sardar Patel and Satyagraha in Gujarat. 4. Sardar Patel maker of India. 5. Sardar Patel dream of freedom. 6. Sardar Patel an overview. Exchange of Letters Bardoli Settlement. Bibliography. Index. Vol. VII. Maulana Abulkalam Azad 1. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad life sketch. 2. Maulana Azad a revolutionary journalist. 3. Maulana Azad Role in National Movement. 4. Maulana Azad an architect of India's freedom. 5. Maulana Azad as nation builder. Bibliography. Index. Vol. VIII. Bhim Rao Ambedkar 1. Ambedkar as Messiah of down trodden. 2. A chronology to his educational struggle. 3. Ambedkar a true democrat. 4. Ambedkar as modern man. 5. Untouchability caste Dhamma and justice. 6. Ambedkar equality and justice. 7. Buddhism of Ambedkar. 8. Ambedkar and Hinduism. 9. Ambedkar an antagonistic to Gandhi and Congress. 10. Ambedkar's concept of Communism. 11. Historical importance of Ambedkar with Gandhi. 12. Ambedkar and caste system in India. Bibliography. Index. Vol. IX. Jay Prakash Narayan 1. Jay Prakash Narayan life sketch. 2. Jay Prakash's outline of polity. 3. Jay Prakash his economic and political approaches. 4. Jay Prakash Narayan and CSP. 5. C.S.P. and new constitution. 6. Jay Prakash peace and war. 7. Jay Prakash and his total revolution. 8. Jay Prakash Narayan an overview. Bibliography. Index. Vol. X. Manbendra Nath Roy 1. M.N. Roy life sketch. 2. M.N. Roy conception of philosophy. 3. M.N. Roy a communist leader and revolutionary. 4. M.N. Roy as fugitive. 5. M.N. Roy jail life and reaction to policies. 6. M.N. Roy theses on Chinese problem. 7. M.N. Roy his radical humanism. 8. M.N. Roy an overview. Bibli. Seller Inventory # 68155

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