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Arvind Narrain and Gautam Bhan (eds)

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ISBN 10: 819022722X ISBN 13: 9788190227223

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About this Item: Yoda Press, New Delhi, India. Paperback. Condition: New. First Edition. In times when the issue of queer sexuality, and gay, lesbian and other sexual identities are becoming increasingly a part of our mainstream popular representation, as is clear from films like Kal Ho Na Ho and Girlfriend , not to mention Fire , this outstanding collection of contributions puts forth the first ever testimonial of the gay and lesbian community in India. The story of queer people in India has, so far, been written and lived along the fault lines and margins of Indian history, but now the search for another moment of assertion is gaining momentum, and this anthology represents precisely that moment. The essays in this volume are a celebration, a defiant political resistance, and introspective reflection and a conceptual space. They talk of the past, present and future of queer lives, and share stories of pain, joy, struggle and victory in equal measure. They are the voice of a community that refuses to be silenced. Complemented by an illustrated documentation section, this unique anthology will be of great interest to students and scholars of gender studies, sexuality studies, and sociology, NGOs and voluntary organizations working with issues of sexuality and AIDS, as well as every informed lay reader who believes in difference rather than uniformity. Arvind Narrain graduated from the National Law School of India University, and did his LLM from Warwick University. He is currently working as a part of a collective of lawyers at the Alternative Law Forum based in Bangalore, a young group working on a critical practice of law. He is the author of Queer: Despised Sexuality, Law and Social Change. Gautam Bhan is a queer rights activist and writer based in New Delhi who writes extensively on queer issues and social movements. He is a member of PRISM, Voices against Section 377, and the Nigah Media Collective. Contents Introduction by Arvind Narrain Part I Conceptual Approaches to Sexuality as a Form of Politics 1. How Natural is Normal?: Feminism and Compulsory Heterosexuality by Nivedita Menon 2. Challenging the Limits of Law: Queer Politics and Legal Reform by Gautam Bhan 3. It's not my job to tell you that it's okay to be gay: Medicalisation of Homosexuality A Queer Critique by Arvind Narrain and Vinay Chandran 4. Crisis in Desire: A Queer Reading of Cinema and Desire in Kerala by Muraleedharan T. 5. Beyond 'Sexuality' (?) by Akshay Khanna Part II Stories of Struggle 6. Many People, Many Sexualities: A Personal Journey by Elavarthi Manohar 7. Solitary Cruiser by Pawan Dhall 8. Englishpur ki Kothi: Class Dynamics in the Queer Movement in India by Alok Gupta 9. The Roads that E/Merged: Feminist Activism and Queer Understanding by Chayanika Shah 10. Voicing the Invisible: Violence Faced by Lesbian Women in India by Bina Fernandez and Gomathy N.B. 11. Complicating Gender: Rights of Transsexuals in India by Ashwini Sukthankar 12. Queering Kerala: Reflections on Sahayatrika by Deepa V.N. 13. Fire, Sparks and Smouldering Ashes by Gomathy N.B. and Bina Fernandez 14. Queering the Campus: Lessons from Indian Universities by Mario D'Penha and Tarun 15. Amitie: Organising LGBTs in Small-town India by Anis Roy Chowdhury Part III Personal Narratives 16. A Hijra's Own Story by Revathi 17. Leaving Home to go Home by Sandip Roy 18. She Came from the World of the Spirits by Maya Sharma 19. Death of the Gay Man by Devdutt Patnaik 20. On Being Gay and Catholic by Mario D'Penha 21. Islam and Me by Ali Potia 22. Is Being Gay about Multiple Sex Partners? by Pawan Dhall and Mr A.K. 23. An Indian Christian Kothi Speaks Out! by Prathiba Sixer Rani 24. In a Loongi in Chimbhave by Satyya Rani Nagpaul 25. I am Out and Here's Why by Vaibhav Saria 26. Convivial Misgivings by Sheba Tejani 27. Sum Total: A Matrimonial by Sonali Notes on Editors and Contributors. Printed Pages: 288. Seller Inventory # 027112

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D. Das Gupta & S. Chowdhury

Published by Mittal Publications, New Delhi (2002)

ISBN 10: 8170995310 ISBN 13: 9788170995319

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2002. N.A. Condition: New. Xvi+194pp Any Technology Transfer Programme (TTP) Like Lab To Land Programme (LLP) Needs Time Appraisal For (I) Better Functioning, (Ii) Necessary Modification And (Iii) Assessing Its Impact. Keeping These Factors In View The Present Study Was Directed Towards Assessment Of The Impact Of LLP On Some Crucial Socio-Economic Indicators Of Development. With An Intensive Review Of Existing Literature, The Theoretical Framework Of The Study Was Built. A Good Number Of Standard Statistical Tools Were Used To Assess The Impact. The Study Covered The Farmers Who Associated With Crop Production Enterprise Of The First Phase Of LLP (1979-82) Of Visva-Bharati. Results Were Compared With A Matching Group Of Farmers Who Were Not Covered By This Programme By Employing "Before-After" Design Of Evaluation. The Results Of This Empirical Study Reveal That The Programme Has A Significant Positive Impact On The Aspect Of Cropping Pattern, Area Coverage Under Commercial Crops, Adoption And Subsequent Retention Of Improved Technologies Recommended Through LLP. However, The Programme Has Failed To Create Substantial Impact On The Important Dimension Of Change In Crop Yield. The Work Ends With Suggestions For Better Formulation Of Any Technology Transfer Programme Of Similar Nature. Seller Inventory # 252017

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Arvind Narrain and Gautam Bhan (eds)

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About this Item: Yoda Press, New Delhi, India. Paperback. Condition: New. First Edition. In times when the issue of queer sexuality, and gay, lesbian and other sexual identities are becoming increasingly a part of our mainstream popular representation, as is clear from films like Kal Ho Na Ho and Girlfriend , not to mention Fire , this outstanding collection of contributions puts forth the first ever testimonial of the gay and lesbian community in India. The story of queer people in India has, so far, been written and lived along the fault lines and margins of Indian history, but now the search for another moment of assertion is gaining momentum, and this anthology represents precisely that moment. The essays in this volume are a celebration, a defiant political resistance, and introspective reflection and a conceptual space. They talk of the past, present and future of queer lives, and share stories of pain, joy, struggle and victory in equal measure. They are the voice of a community that refuses to be silenced. Complemented by an illustrated documentation section, this unique anthology will be of great interest to students and scholars of gender studies, sexuality studies, and sociology, NGOs and voluntary organizations working with issues of sexuality and AIDS, as well as every informed lay reader who believes in difference rather than uniformity. Arvind Narrain graduated from the National Law School of India University, and did his LLM from Warwick University. He is currently working as a part of a collective of lawyers at the Alternative Law Forum based in Bangalore, a young group working on a critical practice of law. He is the author of Queer: Despised Sexuality, Law and Social Change. Gautam Bhan is a queer rights activist and writer based in New Delhi who writes extensively on queer issues and social movements. He is a member of PRISM, Voices against Section 377, and the Nigah Media Collective. Contents Introduction by Arvind Narrain Part I Conceptual Approaches to Sexuality as a Form of Politics 1. How Natural is Normal?: Feminism and Compulsory Heterosexuality by Nivedita Menon 2. Challenging the Limits of Law: Queer Politics and Legal Reform by Gautam Bhan 3. It's not my job to tell you that it's okay to be gay: Medicalisation of Homosexuality A Queer Critique by Arvind Narrain and Vinay Chandran 4. Crisis in Desire: A Queer Reading of Cinema and Desire in Kerala by Muraleedharan T. 5. Beyond 'Sexuality' (?) by Akshay Khanna Part II Stories of Struggle 6. Many People, Many Sexualities: A Personal Journey by Elavarthi Manohar 7. Solitary Cruiser by Pawan Dhall 8. Englishpur ki Kothi: Class Dynamics in the Queer Movement in India by Alok Gupta 9. The Roads that E/Merged: Feminist Activism and Queer Understanding by Chayanika Shah 10. Voicing the Invisible: Violence Faced by Lesbian Women in India by Bina Fernandez and Gomathy N.B. 11. Complicating Gender: Rights of Transsexuals in India by Ashwini Sukthankar 12. Queering Kerala: Reflections on Sahayatrika by Deepa V.N. 13. Fire, Sparks and Smouldering Ashes by Gomathy N.B. and Bina Fernandez 14. Queering the Campus: Lessons from Indian Universities by Mario D'Penha and Tarun 15. Amitie: Organising LGBTs in Small-town India by Anis Roy Chowdhury Part III Personal Narratives 16. A Hijra's Own Story by Revathi 17. Leaving Home to go Home by Sandip Roy 18. She Came from the World of the Spirits by Maya Sharma 19. Death of the Gay Man by Devdutt Patnaik 20. On Being Gay and Catholic by Mario D'Penha 21. Islam and Me by Ali Potia 22. Is Being Gay about Multiple Sex Partners? by Pawan Dhall and Mr A.K. 23. An Indian Christian Kothi Speaks Out! by Prathiba Sixer Rani 24. In a Loongi in Chimbhave by Satyya Rani Nagpaul 25. I am Out and Here's Why by Vaibhav Saria 26. Convivial Misgivings by Sheba Tejani 27. Sum Total: A Matrimonial by Sonali Notes on Editors and Contributors. Printed Pages: 288. Seller Inventory # 027112

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About this Item: Condition: Marked. Christie's - New York, Sale title - Modern & Contemporary Indian Art, Sale date - 30th March 2006, No. of lots - 168, No. of pages - 154, Illustrated in colour INDEX Adimoolam K M Am K I Baij U K Barwe I Bendre N S Bhattacharjee B Bose N Broota R Chakravarty J Chandra A Chowdhury J Claessen G Daraniyagala J P Das A Das J Das S Dhawan R Gaitonde V S Gangooly J P Goud L Gujral S Gupta S Haloi G Husain M F Husain O Kallat J Kar S Keyt G Khakhar B Khanna K Kumar I P Malani N Mazumdar C Mehta T Menon A Mistry D Mukherjee M Nail S Natjsli I Padamsee A Panda J Parekh M Parthan B Prabha B Pyne G Ray S D Raza S H Reddy R Roy J Roy S Santhosh T V Santosh G R Sen P Sheikh G M Singh A Singh P Souza F N Subramanyan K G Sundaram V SwaminathanJ Zarina Weight: 627g. Seller Inventory # 39520

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Rita Manchanda

Published by South Asia Forum for Human Rig, Kathmandu (2004)

ISBN 10: 9993387401 ISBN 13: 9789993387404

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About this Item: South Asia Forum for Human Rig, Kathmandu, 2004. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Mapping borders inside outside perspectives. Themes. Papers i. Borders hard and fuzzy /Tapan K Bose. ii. Maps as visual texts geopolitics of representation and resistance /Sanjay Chaturvedi. iii. Borders and boundaries and media the diaspora of imagination /Afsan Chowdhury. iv. Spaces within and without metro media rural reporting and the north east /Sanjoy Hazarika. v. Media demystifying borders journalist sitting the doorframe /C.K. Lal. vi. Contested terrains and trespassing borders an Indian Tamil's Sri Lankan Journey /A.S. Panneerselvan. vii. State and state of mind and body media demarcating community and political associations in Sri Lanka /Lakshman Gunasekara. viii. From the archives media distortions a consumer's reflections /Anisuzzaman. ix. Traffickers and terrorists mapping transgressions of the India Pakistan Border /Praveen Swami. x. Recovering the human face of the border story marginalised voices /Anuradha Bhasin Jamwal. xi. Cross border politics a perspective from Pakistan /Amir Mir. xii. Indo Nepal open border a natural model for South Asia/Kanak Mani Dixit. xiii. India Nepal media mismatch problems of asymmetry and interdependence /Keshav Pradhan. xiv. Media an institution that survives on boundary making /Ranabir Samaddar. xv. Other face of border nationalism disenfranchised border peoples /Anirban Roy. xvi. Media and border politics India Bangladesh experience /Haroon Habib. xvii. India's maritime boundaries Sir Creek dispute /Bharat Bhusan. xviii. Media negotiations with a state within a state and other borders /Rita Manchanda. xix. People's borders and nation state borders the case of the Sri Lanka/D. Sivaram. xx. Media transcending boundaries /Beena Sarwar. xxi. Blurred boundaries fisherfolk and coastal conflicts /Charu Gupta and Mukul Sharma. Annexes. Glossary. 178 pp. Seller Inventory # 55908

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D V Gandhi

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About this Item: Indraprastha Prakashan. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Abdulla, Farooq. 2. Abdulla, Omar. 3. Advani, Lal Krishna. 4. Ajit Singh. 5. Alexander, P.C. 6. Alva, Margaret. 7. Amar Singh. 8. Amarinder Singh. 9. Antony, A.K. 10. Arjun Singh. 11. Azad, Ghulam Nabi. 12. Azmi, Shabana. 13. Badal, Prakash Singh. 14. Banatwalla, G.M. 15. Banerji, Mamata. 16. Bardhan, A.B. 17. Basu. Jyoti. 18. Bharati, Uma Shree.19. Bhatia, R.L. 20. Bhattacharjee, Budhadeb. 21. Chamling, Pawan. 22. Chandra Shekhar. 23. Chatterjee, Somnath. 24. Chautala, Om Prakash. 25. Chidambaram, P. 26. Chowdhury, Renuka. 27. Dasmunsi, P.R. 28. Deshmukh, Vilas Rao. 29. Deve Gowda, H.D. 30. Dhumal, P.K. 31. Digvijay Singh. 32. Dikshit, Shiela. 33. Fernandes, George. 34. Gandhi, Maneka. 35. Gandhi, Sonia. 36. Gehlot Ashok. 37. Goel, Vijay. 38. Gogoi, Tarun. 39. Gujral, Inder Kumar. 40. Gupta, Chaman Lal. 41. Hedge, R.K. 42. Heptulla, Najma. 43. Jagmohan. 44. Jaitley, Arun. 45. Jamir, S.C. 46. Jaswant Singh. 47. Jayalalithaa. 48. Jethmalani, Ram. 49. Jogi, Ajit. 50. Joshi, Manohar. 51. Joshi, Murli Manohar. 52. Kalyan Singh. 53. Kamal Nath. 54. Kanshi Ram. 55.Karan Singh. 56. Karunakaran, K. 57. Karunanidhi, M. 58. Khanduri, B.C. 59 . Khurana, Madan Lal. 60. Khurshid, Salman. 61. Koshiyari, Bhagat Singh. 62. Krishan Kant. 63. Krishna, S.M. 64. Krishnamurthy, Jana. 65. Mahajan, Pramod. 66. Malhotra, Vijaykumar. 67. Manmohan Singh. 68. Maran, Murasoli. 69. Marandi, Babulal. 70. Mayawati. 71. Modi, Narendra. 72. Mukherjee, Pranab. 73. Naidu, Chandrababu, N. 74. Naidu, Venkaiah. 75. Naik, Ram. 76. Narasimha Rao, P.V. 77. Narayanan, K.R. 78. Nayanar, E.K. 79. Nitish Kumar. 186 pp. Seller Inventory # 43185

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Santosh Gupta; Prafulla C Kar and Parul Dave Mukherji

Published by Pencraft International, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8185753687 ISBN 13: 9788185753683

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About this Item: Pencraft International, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Introduction. 1. Mourning a metaphor the revolution is over/Martin Jay. 2. The underside of modernity Adorno Heidegger and Dussel/Fred Dallmayr. 3. Modernity and modernism society and literature in 19 and 20 century India/Madan M. Sarma. 4. Midnight's Orphans or a postcolonialism worth its name/S. Shankar. 5. Translatability in an uneven world/R. Radhakrishnan. 6. Edward Said area studies and postcoloniality/Gaurav Desai. 7. Homoeroticism and the construction of alterity on reading a passage to India and the home and the world/Jaspal Kaur Singh. 8. Refiguring modernity in the postcolonial space a reading of gender and nation in Sara Suleri's Meatless Days/Purna Chowdhury. 9. The discourse of food and matrilineages in contemporary women's writing/Sudha Rai. 10. Modernity in the work of Amitav Ghosh/N.K. Rajalakshmi. 11. Modernity and third world women Flora Nwapa and Buchi Emecheta/K. Nirupa Rani. 12. Historical memory and religio political interpretations of the Ghurids in Northern India/Alka Patel. 13. Gendered bodies and cultural claims visuality in public culture/Parul Dave Mukherji. 14. AIDS modernity and public discourse in India/Dilip K. Das. 15. The informatic sublime identity in the posthuman age/Pramod K. Nayar. 16. The reinstatement of rationality cognitive science rethinks modernity/Liza Das. 17. Abraham Lincoln's identity as a model for modernity/William D. Pederson. 18. Suicide and suicide bombings issues of modernity in nineteenth century sociological thinking/Mandakini V. Jha. 19. Michael Ondaatje's Anil's Ghost a postcolonial review of modernity/Santosh Gupta. 20. Modernity redux empire and the end(s) of postmodernism/Nagesh Rao. Contributors. Index. This volume dedicated to the theme of Rethinking Modernity of the Jaipur Conference (2003) of the forum on contemporary theory looks back on the Western Project of modernity and its transformation through ages from multi disciplinary perspectives. As an identity marker of the west the idea of modernity continues to excite and provoke literary scholars philosophers political theorists social critics and art historians in strangely ambivalent ways. The volume addresses modernity's multi faceted configurations in literary and visual representations in political culture and practice in philosophical reflections in sociological thinking and in technological revolution. Its linkage with colonial processes has given it a distinctive character in the third world context. The volume is a timely reflection on this dominant western paradigm which has influenced thinking all over the world in diverse ways. It provides useful material for research scholars and students of such disciplines as literature history philosophy politics art history and social thought. 254 pp. Seller Inventory # 55395

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christie's - London, Sale title - South Asian Modern & Contemporary Art, Sale date - 11th June 2008, No. of lots - 112, No. of pages - 192, Illustrated in colour, INDEX Acharya D Agarwal R Akhlaq Z Altaf N Ara K H Arunkumar H Balasubramaniam A Bhargava V Broota R Burman S Butt A Chakravarty J Chowdhury J Dodiya A Dube A Durrani A Goud K Gupta S Hebbar K K Husain M F Hussain F Komu R Kumar R Manzoor M Mazumdar C Mehta T Mistry D Nair S Padamsee A Panda Peries I Ponmany J Prabha B Purkayastha A Purkayastha Ashim Qureshi N L Raina G Raza S H Reddy R Roy J Sadequain Saeed A Saini Kallat R Santhosh T V Santosh G R Scaria G Sharma N Shemza A J Shetty S Singh A Singh P Souza F N Sud A Sundaram V Talpur A Upadhyay C Upadhyay H Zarina Zeeshan M Weight: 882g. Seller Inventory # 39924

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christie¿s - New York, Sale title - South Asian Modern and Contemporary Art, Date - 20th September 2007, No. of lots - 145, No. of pages - 245, 1 fold out, Illustrated in colour , , INDEX , Akhlaq, Z.uI19 , Altaf, N.17 , Barwe, P.79 , Bawa, M.4 , Bhalla. A.113-114 , Bhattacharjee, B.81 , Broota,R.145 , Burman,S. 85-86 , Butt, A. 9,24 , Chandra,A. 125-128 , (havda,S.lO , Chopra, N. II , Chowdhury,J.47-48,106-107 , De,a.69,71 , Dodiya, A. 46 , Ganesh,C.136 , Gaud, K. L. 49-50, 110 , Gujral, S. 11 , Gupta,P.139 , Harsha,N.5.115 , Hassan. 1.32 , Husain,M.F.7,14,30,42,51.58· , 60,67,93,123-124 , K , Kallat,J.137-138 , Kapoor, A. 56 , Khakhar.B.129-130 , Khafid,A.8 , Khanna,K.S.l22 , Kolte,PSg-gO , Sabavala,J.l11 , Santhosh,TV.29,142 , Santosh,G.R.70 , Kumar,R.35,66,68,97,100-102, Sheikh,N.2a.BO , 105 Singh,A.12-13,n , Souza. EN. 15-16, 34,39,45,63- , 65,98-99,108-109,119 , Sundaram, V. 55 , Malani,N.S2-53 , Mazumdar,C.134-135 , Mehta,T.57 , Menon,A.e.62 , Naqsh,J.41 , Natesan, 5.131-133 , Padamsee, A. 43-44,94 , Panda, J. 25-26 , Paniker,K.c.s.72 , Ponmany,J.140 , Prabha,B.6,36-38 , Purkayastha,A.33 , Pushpamaia,N.54 , Pyne, G. 40, 83 , Qureshi, N.L.23 , Rai, M.87 , Rajendran, s.31 , Rana, N.143-144 , Rana, R.112 , Ray, S.d. 82 , Raza, s. H.61, 73-78,84,91,95- , 96,103-104 , Reddy, R.118 , Roy, J.1-3,120-121 , Taipur, A.A.20-21 , Thomas, N.141 , Upadhyay, C.18 , Veeraraghavan,A. 116 , Zarina, H.117, Weight: 1012g. Seller Inventory # 2881

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Debabrata Das Gupta; Sarthak Chowdhury and Siddhartha Dev Mukhopadhyay

Published by Abhijeet Pub, Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. General and conceptual aspects 1. Development communication in rural sector/D. Das Gupta. 2. Development communication concept with reference to media for agricultural development/A.G. Sawant. 3. Development communication and communicating development a perceptual study/Dipak De and Misha Nedeljkovich. 4. Development communication help to those who need it most/S. Chowdhury. 5. Development communication system/B.S. Hansra and N.R. Gangadharappa. 6. Development communication reaching the unreached for sustainable development/A.K. Singh K. Singh and Amardeep. 7. Communication models in technology transfer and research and development/Manish Kumar Chitra Pathak and A.K. Singh. 8. A systematic paradigm of a rural development technology/S. Gregory. 9. Generation and transfer of adoption managers need for restructuring the model of agricultural communication/D. Das Gupta and P. Pal. II. Communication behaviour 10. A study on communication behaviour of community health workers/M.K. Tiwari. 11. Communication of technologies for boosting farm income and progressiveness/Sanjib Chatterjee Sibaji Chakraborti S.D. Mukhopadhyay and D. Das Gupta. 12. Characteristics of farm radio listeners and their listening habit/Jitendra Chouhan and Baldeo Singh. 13. Communication behaviour of rural cooperators with regard to effectiveness in respect of adoption of HYV Rice Cultivation/M.D. Golam Mortuza. 14. Role of extension activities in communication development and adoption of modern agro technologies for sustainable development/A. Zaman B.C. Sahana and Amir Hossain Mollah. 15. Diffusion on technology in Rural Orissa and It's effect/C. Satapathy and Bineeta Satapathy. 16. Information sources consultancy pattern and knowledge of farmers for development/S.K. Meti S.R. Patil and B. Smdaroswamey. III. Channels of Media 17. Information technology for rural development/R. Sarvanan. 18. Farm information through Gram Mangal telecast in Madhya Pradesh/L.N. Sharma S.K. Agrawal V.K. Pyasi and J.P. Patel. 19. A study on impact of farm broadcast on farming/R. Agila N. Anandaraja and R. Premavathi. 20. A critical review of agricultural news covered in Bengali Dailies vis a vis source of publication and territory wise importance perspectives/Sabyasachi Roy Naipal Singh Verma and Sujit K. Jha. 21. Traditional media reaching the unreached/S. Chowdhury and C.K. Panda. 22. Content analysis of agricultural extension review a critical study/P. Kavitha N. Anandaraja R. Premavathi and N. Sriram. 23. Advanced information technologies for agricultural development/N. Anandaraja K. Chandrakandan and R. Agila. 24. Cyber extension an effective way for agricultural communication a concept paper/Siddhartha D. Mukhopadhyay. 25. Developing a computer aided extension system for farmers step to improve rural communication/Kalyan Ganguly Premlata Singh and K. Kalimuthu. IV. People's Participation 26. People's participation for development in watershed programme/K. Nagabhushanam. 27. Participation of rural households in livestock production activities in Bangladesh/M. Moniruzzaman. 28. Participation of women members in Gram Panchayat a study based on experience and observation in two districts in West Bengal India/Bholanatha Ghosh. V. Constraints 29. Communication lapses in rural energy programme/Dibyendu Ghosh Sujay Mitra and Subhrangsu Santra. 30. Jute Fibre marketing some important issues/Sanjib Chatterjee Swapan B. Mukhopadhyay and D. Dasgupta. 31. Constraints in production and marketing of Jute in Orissa/R.K. Raj C. Satpathy and B.R. Pattanaik. VI. Other related issues 32. Role of service centres as a communicator towards rural development/Rajesh Chatterjee. 33. Adoption of paddy production techniques and its effect on productivity under different farming situation an agro ecosystem analysis/Ranjay K. Singh B.S. Dwivedi and A.K. Pandey. 34. Improvement in livelihood through communication a case study/Sujit Kumar Pal. Contributors. Critical importance of the Dev. Seller Inventory # 65226

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Debabrata Das Gupta

Published by Agrobios, Jodhpur (2008)

ISBN 10: 8177543288 ISBN 13: 9788177543285

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About this Item: Agrobios, Jodhpur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Global warming/Debabrata Das Gupta. 2. Historical review and emerging issues on environmental education/Navin Kumar. 3. Environmental awareness and education/Jayanta Datta. 4. Environmental awareness/Anil Kumar De. 5. Understanding environmental consequences and sustainability/Sisir K Mukhopadhyay. 6. Awareness a bid to avoid plastic peril/Surendra Nath Chatterjee. 7. Endangered plant species in India/Tarak Mohan Das. 8. Agricultural development population growth and problem of environment in India/Dhirendra Nath Konar. 9. Man development and environment an exploration/Sibaji Chakraborti. 10. Environmental resources and their management/Debabrata Das Gupta. 11. Energy in rural environment/Siddhartha D. Mukhopadhyay. 12. Technology agrotechnology and environment historical cultural and societal issues/Mrinial Kanti Das Gupta. 13. Sustainability of Indian agriculture/Madhu Sudan Ghosh. 14. Fertilizer dependent agriculture of Asian and Pacific region environmental issues/Debabrata Das Gupta. 15. Airborne pollen and spores as environmental bio pollutants and its impact on human health/Sudhendu Mandal. 16. Environmental crisis and women's struggle/Sarthak Chowdhury. 17. Agriculture industry environment triangle/Anil Kumar De. 18. Indigenous knowledge imperative for environmental sustainability/Debabrata Das Gupta and Anindita Saha. 19. Weather forecasting an aid to environmental awareness/Debasis Bhattacharya. 20. Quantitative analysis for ecosystem management/Shyama Prasad Mukherjee. 21. Environmental impact assessment/Debabrata Das Gupta. 22. Decision theoretic approach to environmental impact analysis/Debasis Bhattacharya. 23. Towards managing environment role of economic instruments/Sib Ranjan Misra and Joydev Misra. List of contributors. The question what is the moral significance of the very doing of science brings many several closely related enquiries. The value embedded in any scientific method do not always implicitly embrace the significance of human relations to the natural world. Convergence between ecology ethics economics and other allied sciences (encom passing issues of environment) is also recognized. Environment has become the central point of global concern the quality of environment is affected by production and consumption activities of people. Moreover society's welfare with its economic activities is also governed by environment. In this context Environmental Management covering the aspects of Environmental Awareness and Education concentrates. This book against the common feature of global atmosphere due to global warming resource degradation ozone depletion GHG and diminishing biological diversity covers the significance of environmental awareness and education at every walks of life. This is obviously against the background of population pressure overall growth in farming front endangering the essential aspects of sustainable development. Environmental sustainability issues on a holistic way has also been included through discussion on traditional knowledge system. Besides quantitative dimensions like Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) ecosystem management and environment management have also been dealt with. 284 pp. Seller Inventory # 68822

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About this Item: ZSI, Kolkata, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Key note address. 1. Emerging perspective biodiversity and its conservation in India/K. Venkataraman. 2. Biodiversity conservation issues and concern/A.K. Ghosh. Taxonomy biodiversity and wildlife management 3. Molluscan macrobenthic diversity of brackishwater Wetlands in West Bengal/M. Roy A. Dey S. Banerjee and N.C. Nandi. 4. Diversity of macrophyte associated macroinvertebrates in two Wetlands of Southern West Bengal/L. Ganesan and R.A. Khan. 5. Study of marine planktonic diversity in Digha Coast Bay of Bengal/B. Manna S. Banerjee G. Aditya and J. Chattopadhyay. 6. The genus drosophila (Diptera drosophilidae) in four districts of West Bengal India/M. Acharyya Ari P. Chatterjee and R.N. Chatterjee. 7. Zooplankton diversity of freshwater wetlands in the lateritic tracts of South West Bengal India/P. Halder G. Bhunia P. Pradhan S. Banerjee and S.K. Chakraborty. 8. Community structure of macrobenthic molluscs of three contrasting intertidal belts of Midnapore Coast West Bengal India/R.K. Khalua G. Chakraborty and S.K. Chakraborty. 9. Diversity of Rhopalocera in Hastinapur wildlife sanctuary Uttar Pradesh India/N. Sharma. 10. A compendium and a revised key of the genus aporcelaimellus heyns 1965 (aporcelaimidae nematoda)/V.V. Gantait T. Bhattacharya and A. Chatterjee. 11. Pertinence of biodiversity criteria in fixing conservation priority of termites (isoptera) in the Eastern Ghats India/P.K. Maiti. 12. Spatial and temporal variation of elasmobranchs in and around Indian Sundarbans/K. Banerjee R. Ghosh M. Chowdhury S. Ghosh S. Homechaudhuri and A. Mitra. 13. Pattern of avian diversity in urban environment a case study in Kolkata/P.S. Ghose and S.C. Santra. 14. Chironomid midges of the fresh water ponds of Kolkata metropolis/S. Nandi A. Majumdar and G.K. Saha. 15. Report on stored product mites collected from some areas of Hooghly District and Kolkata/A. Mukerjee S.K. Gupta and G.K. Saha. 16. Diversity and dominance of migratory waterbirds in six wetlands of Southern West Bengal India/S. Mazumdar K. Mookherjee and G.K. Saha. 17. Diversity o Piscean fauna in North Bengal Districts/M. Paul S. Banerjee and S. Chanda. 18. Diversity of insect community in fresh water Wetlands of West Bengal India/A. Dutta and D.K. Bhattacharya. 19. Diversity of high altitude acridids/S. Nath N.K. Sharma and P. Haldar. 20. Biodiversity status of fresh water fishes of North Eastern Himalaya with special reference to threats and conservation measures/B.K. Mahapatra. 21. Ichthyoplankton loss in coastal West Bengal/S. Zaman K. Banerjee S. Basu A. Mukherjee B. Mandal and A. Mitra. 22. Diversity of microarthropods and their role in the plant litter decomposition in the coastal tract of East Midnapore District West Bengal India/M.K. Dey A.K. Hazra and S.K. Chakrabarty. 23. Biodiversity causes of its erosion and methods for its rejuvination/H.L. Kundu. Cytogenetics immunology and molecular biology 24. Cell surface activation of MMP 2/A. Banerji J. Chakrabarti A. Mitra and A. Chatterjee. 25. Expression patterns of developmental genes in wing and leg imaginal discs of drosophila melanogaster/P. Chatterjee S. Banerjee and R.N. Chatterjee. 26. The Antistress activities of black tea (World blend) polyphenol Theaflavins in drosophila melanogaster/S. Deb and R.N. Chatterjee. 27. Anti angiogenic therapy new avenue for cancer treatment/S.N. Banerjee and S.K. Banerjee. Parasite and Diseases 28. Pathological study of tuberculosis in spotted deer in West Bengal/S.K. Mukhopadhyay D. Niyogi D. Kumar and K.S. Singh. 29. Study of the rate of ammonia excretion in isoparorchis hypselobagri (Billet 1898)/S. Adak and B. Manna. 30. Hookworm infestation and anaemia among primary school children/M. Bose M. Roy and A.K. Samanta. 31. Neurosecretory innervations in a parasitic nematode Ascaridia Galli/C. Mukherjee and D.K. Nanda. Ecology behaviour and animal plant interaction 32. Agonistic behaviour of blackbuck an observation in semi natural habitat of Ganjam District Orissa. Seller Inventory # 71934

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Supriya Chaudhuri & Sajni Mukherji

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About this Item: Orient Longman, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Introduction/Supriya Chaudhuri and Sajni Mukherji. 2.Women's debates in medieval French lyric/Peter Dronke. 3. Christina of Markyate/Douglas Gray. 4. Women, authority and mysticism: the case of Dame Gertrude More (1606-33)/Kitty Scoular Datta. 5. Unravish'd bride: the text as virgin/Supriya Chaudhuri. 6. Gender and class as analytical categories: some uses of re-reading Engels/Malini Bhattacharya. 7. The reclining Ariadne: a gender reading of George Eliot's Middlemarch/Sheila Lahiri Choudhury. 8. Not wanted on voyage? Conrad's women/Aditi Das Gupta. 9. We are of the same garden: Rootprints and the theatre of woman's writing/ Bhaswati Chakravorty. 10. Strishiksha and its terrors: re-reading nineteenth-century debates on reform/Tanika Sarkar. 11. Re-generation: mothers and daughters in Bengal's literary space/Himani Bannerji. 12. Redefining the Heroic mother: representation and agency in Ashapurna Debi' s Pratham Pratishruti/Indira Chowdhury. 13. Between testimony and history: interpreting oral narratives of Tebhaga women/Kavita Panjabi. 14. Approaching the present: a test case-fire and its aftermath/Sibaji Bandyopadhyay. Index. "This volume brings together a rich collection of new work on the cultural interface of literature and gender, ranging from essays on medieval and Renaissance Europe to nineteenth-century politics and literature, women's education in Bengal, the involvement of women in twentieth-century political movements, and representations in modern Indian film. The contributors are some of the most distinguished scholars 310 pp. Seller Inventory # 40326

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About this Item: ICSBA. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Eastern Indian contact with Tamilnad/R. Nagaswamy. 2. The extent of the Vaikuntha and Visvarupa cults in the later Kalacuri and Pala territories in the tenth and eleventh centuries/T.S. Maxwell. 3. Recent discovery of northern black polished ware in the Mahasthangarh region : an archaeological perspective/Shah Sufi Mostafizur Rahman. 4. Art in the gold coins of Gauda, Vanga and Samatata of the Post-Gupta age (c.A.D. 570-750)/ B.N. Mukherjee. 5. Fish motif in Bengal art/Gourisankar De. 6. Unpublished coin hoards of the later Ilyas Shahi Sultans of Bengal/Sutapa Sinha. 7. Kalighat painting in the context of artistic perception in colonial Calcutta/Amita Ray. 8. A dated Visnu image of the Mahipala (I) period/ Gauriswar Bhattacharya. 9. Panam : an adjunct of Sonargaon/Abdul Momin Chowdhury and Abu H. Imamuddin. 10. Three unnoticed inscriptions of the Sultans of Bengal/Pratip Kumar Mitra. 11. Stucco decoration of some historical buildings of Dhaka : an appraisal (late nineteenth-early twentieth century)/Najma Khan Majlis. 12. North Bengal in the Mauryan and Post-Mauryan periods: reflections on the ancient history of Mahasthan/Jean-Francois Salles. 13. Some important coins of Bengal Sultans with mint names Daru Nur and Jannatabad/Muhammad Abdul Qadir. 14. Plant study in Bengal school of sculptures from 8 to 13 century/Jayashri Lahiri. 15. Maritime activities and the indigenous traditions of boat-building in ancient and mediaeval Bengal/Enamul Haque. 16. Archaeological remains at Barabazar, Jhenidah district/Khoundkar Alamgir. 17. Bronze Knobbed Bowls 302 pp. Seller Inventory # 34224

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K.N. Dikshit

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About this Item: Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. First edition. Contents: Symbolic Approaches to the Study of Early Agropastoral Communities of Lower Deccan K. Paddayya Pre-Harappan Village Settlement and Early Farming Communities in Northern South Asia (c. 9th ? 4th millennia BC) B.R.Mani Harappan Environment as One Variable in the Preponderance of Rhinoceros and Paucity of Horse J. Manuel A Study of Early Harappan Pottery Motifs Anisha Saxena Early Chalcolithic Ceramic Traditions of Gujarat Preeti Panjwani Baror: A New Harappan Site in Ghaggar Valley ? A Preliminary Report Urmila Sant, T.J. Baidya, N.G. Nikoshey, N.K. Sinha, S. Nayan, J.K. Tiwari and A. Arif New Light on the Excavation of Harappan Settlement at Bhirrana L.S. Rao, Nandini B. Sahu, Prabash Sahu, Samir Diwan and U.A. Shastry Stylised Terracotta Animal Head with Horns from Bhirrana ? Identification and Significance top L.S. Rao Dholavira?s Geometry: A Preliminary Study Michel Danino Chronological Assessment of the Bara Culture K.C. Nauriyal Salvaging the Vanishing Harappans in Haryana Tejas Garge Site Catchment Analysis of the Chalcolithic Settlement of Gilund in the Banas Basin Debasri Dasgupta Geoarchaeological Observations of Man Basin in Solarpur District, Maharastra Sushma G. Deo, Shivaji Kshirsagar, S.N. Rajaguru, S.S. Hampre and P.P. Joglekar Iron Objects from the Iron Age-Early Historic Level at Badmal Pradeep K. Behera and Pranab K. Chattopadhyay Excavation at Kopia 2005: A Preliminary Report A.K. Kanungo and V.S. Shinde A Stylo-Chrono Appraisal of Pitalkhora Sculptures Ajit Kumar Reflections on the Shikharas of Kalachuri Period Temples in Eastern Madhya Pradesh A.K. Singh Plant Remains from Excavation of Terraces of the Nile at Afyeh, Nubia and Egypt K.A. Chowdhury and G.M. Buth Notes and News Palaeolithic Tools from Memom, Thiruvananthapuram District, Kerala S. Vijayakumar New Discovery of Mesolithic Sites in Lower Bheden Valley, Orissa Jaya Shankar Naik Neolithic Coastal Karnataka: An Assessment C.B. Patil The Excavation of a Neolithic Site at Lakhundi R. Gopal and A. Sundara Excavation of Kudachi: An Ashmound in Dist. Belgaum S.V. Padiger and A. Sundara Identification of Buddhist Sites in Trans-Ghaghra Plain Vimal Tiwari Significant Discoveries around Sudarshan Lake, Junagadh Shubhra Pramanik Excavations at Siyapur, District Kannauj D.P. Tiwari and D.K. Srivastava Excavations at Sanchankot, District Unnao, U.P. (2004-05) top D.P. Tiwari and D.K. Srivastava Excavations at Naurangabad, Haryana ? 2000-01 P.B.S. Sengar Historical Tripura in the Light of Excavations at Thakurani Tilla, Pillak G.C. Chauley Shiva?s Fury with Special Reference to a Rare Relief Sculpture from Bhubaneshwar M. Krishna Kumari Newly Discovered Gupta Sculptures from Rangpur (Rajasthan) Ambika Dhaka Book Reviews B.B. Lal (with contribution from Palaeobotanist K.S. Saraswat). The Homeland of the Aryans: Evidence of Rigvedic Flora and Fauna & Archaeology S.P. Gupta Bhagwan Singh, Bharatiya Sabhyata ki Nirmiti S.P. Gupta Birendra Pratap Singh. Early Faming Communities of the Kaimur P.K. Trivedi Rewant Vikram Singh. Settlements in the Yamuna-Hindon Doab: An Archaeological Perspective Arun Kesarwani D.P. Tiwari. Excavations at Saunphari and Explorations in Ganga Plain S.P. Gupta Vimala Begley et al. (Eds). The Ancient Port of Arikamedu-New Excavations and Research T. Arun Raj Alok Tripathi (Ed.) Remote Sensing and Archaeology top Arun Kesarwani P.P. Joglekar, V.D. Misra, J.N. Pal and M.C. Gupta. Mesolithic Mahadaha: The Printed Pages: 313. Seller Inventory # 1581

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K.N. Dikshit

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About this Item: Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. First edition. Contents: Symbolic Approaches to the Study of Early Agropastoral Communities of Lower Deccan K. Paddayya Pre-Harappan Village Settlement and Early Farming Communities in Northern South Asia (c. 9th â" 4th millennia BC) B.R.Mani Harappan Environment as One Variable in the Preponderance of Rhinoceros and Paucity of Horse J. Manuel A Study of Early Harappan Pottery Motifs Anisha Saxena Early Chalcolithic Ceramic Traditions of Gujarat Preeti Panjwani Baror: A New Harappan Site in Ghaggar Valley â" A Preliminary Report Urmila Sant, T.J. Baidya, N.G. Nikoshey, N.K. Sinha, S. Nayan, J.K. Tiwari and A. Arif New Light on the Excavation of Harappan Settlement at Bhirrana L.S. Rao, Nandini B. Sahu, Prabash Sahu, Samir Diwan and U.A. Shastry Stylised Terracotta Animal Head with Horns from Bhirrana â" Identification and Significance top L.S. Rao Dholaviraâs Geometry: A Preliminary Study Michel Danino Chronological Assessment of the Bara Culture K.C. Nauriyal Salvaging the Vanishing Harappans in Haryana Tejas Garge Site Catchment Analysis of the Chalcolithic Settlement of Gilund in the Banas Basin Debasri Dasgupta Geoarchaeological Observations of Man Basin in Solarpur District, Maharastra Sushma G. Deo, Shivaji Kshirsagar, S.N. Rajaguru, S.S. Hampre and P.P. Joglekar Iron Objects from the Iron Age-Early Historic Level at Badmal Pradeep K. Behera and Pranab K. Chattopadhyay Excavation at Kopia 2005: A Preliminary Report A.K. Kanungo and V.S. Shinde A Stylo-Chrono Appraisal of Pitalkhora Sculptures Ajit Kumar Reflections on the Shikharas of Kalachuri Period Temples in Eastern Madhya Pradesh A.K. Singh Plant Remains from Excavation of Terraces of the Nile at Afyeh, Nubia and Egypt K.A. Chowdhury and G.M. Buth Notes and News Palaeolithic Tools from Memom, Thiruvananthapuram District, Kerala S. Vijayakumar New Discovery of Mesolithic Sites in Lower Bheden Valley, Orissa Jaya Shankar Naik Neolithic Coastal Karnataka: An Assessment C.B. Patil The Excavation of a Neolithic Site at Lakhundi R. Gopal and A. Sundara Excavation of Kudachi: An Ashmound in Dist. Belgaum S.V. Padiger and A. Sundara Identification of Buddhist Sites in Trans-Ghaghra Plain Vimal Tiwari Significant Discoveries around Sudarshan Lake, Junagadh Shubhra Pramanik Excavations at Siyapur, District Kannauj D.P. Tiwari and D.K. Srivastava Excavations at Sanchankot, District Unnao, U.P. (2004-05) top D.P. Tiwari and D.K. Srivastava Excavations at Naurangabad, Haryana â" 2000-01 P.B.S. Sengar Historical Tripura in the Light of Excavations at Thakurani Tilla, Pillak G.C. Chauley Shivaâs Fury with Special Reference to a Rare Relief Sculpture from Bhubaneshwar M. Krishna Kumari Newly Discovered Gupta Sculptures from Rangpur (Rajasthan) Ambika Dhaka Book Reviews B.B. Lal (with contribution from Palaeobotanist K.S. Saraswat). The Homeland of the Aryans: Evidence of Rigvedic Flora and Fauna & Archaeology S.P. Gupta Bhagwan Singh, Bharatiya Sabhyata ki Nirmiti S.P. Gupta Birendra Pratap Singh. Early Faming Communities of the Kaimur P.K. Trivedi Rewant Vikram Singh. Settlements in the Yamuna-Hindon Doab: An Archaeological Perspective Arun Kesarwani D.P. Tiwari. Excavations at Saunphari and Explorations in Ganga Plain S.P. Gupta Vimala Begley et al. (Eds). The Ancient Port of Arikamedu-New Excavations and Research T. Arun Raj Alok Tripathi (Ed.) Remote Sensing and Archaeology top Arun Kesarwani P.P. Joglekar, V.D. Misra, J.N. Pal and M.C. Gupta. Mesolithic Mahadaha: The Printed Pages: 313. Seller Inventory # 1581

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S Kannaiyan and A Gopalam

Published by Associated Pub Company, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8185211736 ISBN 13: 9788185211732

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About this Item: Associated Pub Company, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Impact of soil biodiversity on soil health and its sustainability/K. Natarajan P. Stalin and B. Chandrasekaran. 2. Biodiversity of salt lands and some issues related to their rehabilitation/J.C. Dagar and P.S. Minhas. 3. Influence of land resources on the agro biodiversity in Tamil Nadu/S. Vadivelu S.C. Ramesh Kumar A. Natarajan and M. Ramesh. 4. Integrated nutrient management for meeting challenges of food security and quality/A. Subba Rao and D. Damodar Reddy. 5. Resource conservation technologies in rice wheat cropping system/S.K. Sharma M.L. Jat and K.K. Singh. 6. Production potential and economic analysis of sole and intercropped sugarcane as influenced by nutrient management strategies/T.R. Rupa and V. Sudhahar. 7. Biodiversity of weeds in the rice ecosystems/V. Chellamuthu and R. Poonguzhalan. 8. Human resource development in soil resource management/T. Balaguru. 9. Biodiversity of bacterial diazotrophs in rice ecosystem/K. Kumar and S. Kannaiyan. 10. Genetic diversity of Rhizobium/D. Balachandar and S. Kannaiyan. 11. Diversity in Cyanobacteria/G. Gopalaswamy. 12. Diversity of microflora occurring in rice/K. Singaravadivel. 13. Micorrhizal biodiversity in tropical tuber crops/V.P. Potty. 14. Biodiversity of am fungi in coastal soils of Tamil Nadu in selected crops/P. Tholkappian and K. Muthuselvam. 15. Diversity in microbial system in hill area crops/G. Selvakumar S. Kundu and H.S. Gupta. 16. Microbial diversity in ethnic fermented foods of the Eastern Himalayas/Jyoti Prakash Tamang. 17. Symbiotic fungi and medicinal plants their nano biotechnological approach/Harsha Kharkwal Amit Kharkwal V.S. Bisaria and Ajit Varma. 18. Diversity in agaricus spp and production technology for button mushroom/B.L. Dhar. 19. Diversity and cultivation of auricularias and ganodermas of Uttaranchal/R.P. Singh and K.K. Mishra. 20. Diversity and medicinal values of the mushroom reishi (Ganoderma lucidum)/R.D. Rai. 21. Ringspot virus a deadly disease of Papaya/S. Chowdhury K. Singh and N.V. Kumbhare. 22. Impact of watershed development programme on land resource conservation and enhancing agro biodiversity in Karnataka/S.C. Ramesh Kumar R.S. Reddy L.G.K. Naidu P. Krishnan and S. Vadivelu. Considering the Agro biodiversity as one of the richest national resource in country's economy strategic attempt for conforming unforeseen vagaries of climate and building block for developing varieties of plants and animal species with multi utility dimensions it is much needed option for developing a suitable knowledge base. It is estimated that about three quarters of genetics diversity of agricultural crops was lost in the preceding century. Out of 6300 animal species 1350 are considered endangered and in extinction. Forest dwellers fishermen herders and farmers and maintaining the diversity by selecting plants and animals to meet the current environmental conditions and food requirements. Under these premises National Biodiversity Authority Chennai organized a National Conference on Agro Biodiversity in Chennai from February 12 17 2006. Researchers academicians policy planners and administrators presented their view point on current status and future prospects of taking advantage of this resource. This vicarious knowledge resource will have high exploitation value for protecting and conserving the dwindling wealth the country can boost of. The proceedings of this conference are brought out in three distinct volumes. Volume II deals with soil resources and microbial diversity which include soil biodiversity and sustainability parameters rehabilitation options of salt lands land resource planning nutrient management conservation technologies management of biodiversity of microbes and weeds biodiversity of Rhizobium and microflora and other related topics. 278 pp. Seller Inventory # 70339

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H P Singh and M M Mustaffa

Published by Westville Pub, New Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: Westville Pub, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. About the Authors. Acronyms. Contributors. 1. Research and development in banana and plantain national and international scenario/H.P. Singh. 2. Gene safeguard and management of plant genetic resources in IPR regime/S.K. Sharma and Pratibha Brahmi. 3. Screening of banana to biotic stresses/M.A. Hasan R. Ray Chowdhury S. Sarkar and K.K. Mandal. 4. Screening of banana hybrids for nematode resistance/P.S. Kavitha T.N. Balamohan K. Poornima and E.I. Jonathan. 5. Development of transgenic in banana for resistance to diseases/Sukhada Mohandas. 6. Advances in R&D in transgenic banana/A. Das S.N. Gupta and B. Bandyopadhyay. 7. Establishment of embryogenic cell suspensions for development of transgenic hill banana resistant to banana bunchy top virus/R. Selvarajan R. Rajmohan V. Balasubramanian T. Rajesh S. Uma and M.M. Mustaffa. 8. Tissue culture in banana with low cost resource utilization/A. Das and S.N. Gupta. 9. Overcoming occurrence of variants in tissue culture banana/V. Mache Gowda T. Shiddlingeswara G.C. Raghavendra Prasad and P. Narayana Swamy.10. In vitro selection of salt tolerant and its commercial application/Daksha Bhatt and Prashant. 11. Karyomorphology in natural banana hybrids/A. Rekha and S.C. Hiremath. 12. Breeding banana cultivars and hybrids for resistance to nematodes/P.S. Kavitha T.N. Balamohan D. Veeraragavathatham and K. Poornima. 13. Genetic variability and correlation studies of Ecotypes of nendran banana/P.S. Kavitha T.N. Balamohan D. Veeraragavathatham and K. Poornima. 14. Intraclonal variation in Musa (AAB) Palayankodan/C. Rajamanickam K. Rajmohan and S. Balasubramanyan. 15. Induced variation in diploid South Indian banana cultivars/G. Praveen S. Mukunthakumar P.N. Krishnan and S. Seeni. 16. Screening banana germplasm for drought tolerance/I. Ravi and S. Uma. 17. Screening banana hybrids for resistance to fusarium wilt/P.S. Kavitha T.N. Balamohan R. Samiyappan and L. Rajendran. 18. Ploidy assessment in banana hybrids/P.S. Kavitha T.N. Balamohan and L. Nalina. 19. Overcoming barriers in seed setting and germination in banana/A. Rekha D.S. Ambika and M.R. Dinesh. 20. Nutritional dynamics in banana for enhancing productivity/S.C. Kotur. 21. High tech system for production of quality banana and plantain/B.M.C. Reddy and V. Kumar. 22. Quality management system for banana production in India/M.M. Mustaffa and H.P. Singh. 23. Blemish free quality banana and plantain production/P. Sundararaju. 24. Biological techniques for nutrient management in banana/George V. Thomas. 25. Good agricultural practices for domestic and export markets of banana/T.N. Balamohan. 26. Quality production of banana for domestic and export markets/Jai Oberoi. 27. Mechanization for quality banana production/Pitam Chandra. 28. Coconut based banana production system/George V. Thomas. 29. Improved technologies for vegetable banana production/Vishal Nath Dinesh Kumar and V. Pandey. 30. Banana production in Thailand/Pitswati Buara. 31. Production standards for banana for export in Taiwan/Chih Ping Chao. 32. Cultivation of banana in Terai zone of West Bengal/C.P. Suresh S.K. Ghosh P. Deb and M.A. Hasan. 33. Production and utilization of banana in Karnataka/K. Ramakrishanappa. 34. Production and utilization of banana in Maharashtra/B.V. Gopal Reddy and P.V. Firke. 35. Technologies for banana leaf cultivation/T.N. Balamohan V. Jegadeeswari J. Auxilia and L. Nalina. 36. Using bunch covers to get quality banana/M.A. Hasan S. Sarkar R. Ray Chowdhury and D. Majumder. 37. Development of flavour in ratoon crop of tissue cultured banana/L. Nalina N. Kumar P. Jeyakumar J. Auxcilia P.S. Kavitha and T.N. Balamohan. 38. Banana for better nutritional and livelihood security/C.K. Narayana S.D. Sivakumar and M.M. Mustaffa. 39. Shelf life and quality development in Banana/K.B. Sheela M. Reni V.K. Raju and P.B. Pushpalatha. 40. Osmotic dehydration in banana slices/Dattatreya M. Kadam Devinder Dhingra Mathhew Prasad and R.T. Patil. 41. Seller Inventory # 74910

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M.K. Rana

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book is aimed at providing systematic information on nutritional importance of vegetables in human nutrition, physiology, post-harvest technology, biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetables at a single source. The book contains very concise and precise information on physio-biochemical and biotechnological aspects of vegetable crops and also covers areas like resistance against diseases and herbicides and tolerance against drought and salinity and the physical aspects of quality, i.e., shape, size, texture, colour, tenderness, etc. It also contains the information on best possible solutions of problems faced by the students, scientists, growers and traders. The information given in this book is truly based on scientific records of scientists working on vegetables in various institutes. The book on physio-biochemical and biotechnological aspects of vegetable crops compiled for the students of postgraduate and postdoctoral programs is one such attempt to make them learn and understand the subject more precisely and motivate them o improve their knowledge in the field of physio-biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetables crops to meet the future needs. In addition, this book may be user-friendly to others who have the concern to expand their knowledge in the field of physio-biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetable crops and wish to fetch more remuneration from vegetable crops." Contents Preface Chapter 1: Cell structure and its components by Champa Rani, Sunaina Chawla, Vinita Arora and M.K. Rana. Chapter 2: Reproduction by Sunaina Chawla, Vinita Arora, Champa Rani and M.K. Rana. Chapter 3: Photosynthesis by Champa Rani, Sunaina Chawla and M.K. Rana. Chapter 4: Respiration by Sunaina Chawla, Champa Rani and M.K. Rana. Chapter 5: Photoperiodism: a physiological and molecular concept by A. Hemantaranjan and Anjali Bharti. Chapter 6: Role of photoperiodism and vernalization in flowering by Saleem Siddiqui and Nidhi. Chapter 7: Physiology of fruit setting and development by Sunita Sheokand, Chandan Kumar Gupta and Saleem Siddiqui. Chapter 8: Physiological disorders of vegetable crops by M.K. Rana, Champa Rani and P.K. Sharma. Chapter 9: Biochemistry and genetic manipulation of fruit ripening by Sarla Malhotra and Veena Jain. Chapter 10: Physiology of dormancy and seed germination by Champa Rani, M.K. Rana and Renu Munjal. Chapter 11: Plant growth regulators in vegetables production by Champa Rani, Renu Munjal and M.K. Rana. Chapter 12: Soil-plant-water relationships by R.K. Pannu and Renu Munjal. Chapter 13: Quantification of soil and plant water status by K.D. Sharma and Ashok Kumar. Chapter 14: Concepts and management of drought in vegetable crops by M.K. Rana. Chapter 15: Abiotic stress tolerance in vegetable crops by S. Vincent and H. Vijayaragavan. Chapter 16: Growth and yield analysis of plants by K.D. Sharma and M.K. Raina. Chapter 17: Quality and factors affecting quality of vegetables by M.K. Rana, Sonia Sood and Ruchi Sood. Chapter 18: Estimation of quality parameters in vegetables by Shashi Madan, M.K. Rana and Renu Munjal. Chapter 19: Management of post harvest losses in vegetables by M.K. Rana, Sonia Sood and Ruchi Sood. Chapter 20: Preservation of vegetables through fermentation by Leela Wati, Kushal Raj and P. Rani. Chapter 21: Plant tissue culture: fundamentals and applications by Neelam R. Yadav and Ram C. Yadav. Chapter 22: Transgenic approaches for the improvement of vegetable crops by Neelam R. Yadav, Ram C. Yadav, R.K. Jain and V.K. Chowdhury. Chapter 23: Intellectual property rights by Ram C. Yadav and Neelam R. Yadav. Printed Pages: 612. Seller Inventory # 65345

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About this Item: ZSI. Condition: New. Contents: Insecta: 1. Lepidoptera: Papilionidae/D.R. Maulik. 2. Insecta: Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae/I.J. Gupta. 3. Insecta: Lepidoptera: Ctenuchidae and Limacodidae/Mridula Majumdar (Chaudhury). 4. Insecta: Lepidoptera: Pieridae and Hesperiidae/Mridula Majumdar (Chaudhury). 5. Insecta: Lepidoptera: Saturniidae/I.J. Gupta. 6. Insecta: Lepidoptera: Zygaenidae/D.P. Bhattacharya. 7. Insecta: Lepidoptera: Arctiidae/Mridula Majumdar (Chaudhury). 8. Insecta: Lepidoptera: Heterocera: Geometridae/S.K. Ghosh. 9. Insecta: Trichoptera/Mridula Majumdar (Chaudhury). 10. Insecta: Hymenoptera: Vespidae/J.K. Jonathan and B.G. Kundu. 11. Insecta: Hymenoptera: Scoliidae/J.K. Jonathan and S.K. Gupta. 12. Insecta: Hymenoptera: Sphecidae/J.K. Jonathan and B.G. Kundu. 13. Insecta: Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae/J.K. Jonathan. 14. Insecta: Hymenoptera: Formicidae/R.N. Tiwari, B.G. Kundu, S. Roy Chowdhury and S.N. Ghosh. 15. Insecta: Hymenoptera: Aculeata/K.K. Ray. 512 pp. Seller Inventory # 49438

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M.K. Rana

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book is aimed at providing systematic information on nutritional importance of vegetables in human nutrition, physiology, post-harvest technology, biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetables at a single source. The book contains very concise and precise information on physio-biochemical and biotechnological aspects of vegetable crops and also covers areas like resistance against diseases and herbicides and tolerance against drought and salinity and the physical aspects of quality, i.e., shape, size, texture, colour, tenderness, etc. It also contains the information on best possible solutions of problems faced by the students, scientists, growers and traders. The information given in this book is truly based on scientific records of scientists working on vegetables in various institutes. The book on physio-biochemical and biotechnological aspects of vegetable crops compiled for the students of postgraduate and postdoctoral programs is one such attempt to make them learn and understand the subject more precisely and motivate them o improve their knowledge in the field of physio-biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetables crops to meet the future needs. In addition, this book may be user-friendly to others who have the concern to expand their knowledge in the field of physio-biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetable crops and wish to fetch more remuneration from vegetable crops." Contents Preface Chapter 1: Cell structure and its components by Champa Rani, Sunaina Chawla, Vinita Arora and M.K. Rana. Chapter 2: Reproduction by Sunaina Chawla, Vinita Arora, Champa Rani and M.K. Rana. Chapter 3: Photosynthesis by Champa Rani, Sunaina Chawla and M.K. Rana. Chapter 4: Respiration by Sunaina Chawla, Champa Rani and M.K. Rana. Chapter 5: Photoperiodism: a physiological and molecular concept by A. Hemantaranjan and Anjali Bharti. Chapter 6: Role of photoperiodism and vernalization in flowering by Saleem Siddiqui and Nidhi. Chapter 7: Physiology of fruit setting and development by Sunita Sheokand, Chandan Kumar Gupta and Saleem Siddiqui. Chapter 8: Physiological disorders of vegetable crops by M.K. Rana, Champa Rani and P.K. Sharma. Chapter 9: Biochemistry and genetic manipulation of fruit ripening by Sarla Malhotra and Veena Jain. Chapter 10: Physiology of dormancy and seed germination by Champa Rani, M.K. Rana and Renu Munjal. Chapter 11: Plant growth regulators in vegetables production by Champa Rani, Renu Munjal and M.K. Rana. Chapter 12: Soil-plant-water relationships by R.K. Pannu and Renu Munjal. Chapter 13: Quantification of soil and plant water status by K.D. Sharma and Ashok Kumar. Chapter 14: Concepts and management of drought in vegetable crops by M.K. Rana. Chapter 15: Abiotic stress tolerance in vegetable crops by S. Vincent and H. Vijayaragavan. Chapter 16: Growth and yield analysis of plants by K.D. Sharma and M.K. Raina. Chapter 17: Quality and factors affecting quality of vegetables by M.K. Rana, Sonia Sood and Ruchi Sood. Chapter 18: Estimation of quality parameters in vegetables by Shashi Madan, M.K. Rana and Renu Munjal. Chapter 19: Management of post harvest losses in vegetables by M.K. Rana, Sonia Sood and Ruchi Sood. Chapter 20: Preservation of vegetables through fermentation by Leela Wati, Kushal Raj and P. Rani. Chapter 21: Plant tissue culture: fundamentals and applications by Neelam R. Yadav and Ram C. Yadav. Chapter 22: Transgenic approaches for the improvement of vegetable crops by Neelam R. Yadav, Ram C. Yadav, R.K. Jain and V.K. Chowdhury. Chapter 23: Intellectual property rights by Ram C. Yadav and Neelam R. Yadav. Printed Pages: 612. Seller Inventory # 65345

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Y P Abrol; N Raghuram and M S Sachdev

Published by I K International, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: I K International, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Towards an integrative understanding of reactive nitrogen/N. Raghuram M.S. Sachdev and Y.P. Abrol. Nitrogen use flows and cycling in agricultural systems 2. Indian agriculture and nitrogen cycle/A. Vel Murugan and V.K. Dadhwal. 3. Nitrogen in Indian agriculture/Rajendra Prasad. 4. Nitrogen transformations and flows in agro ecosystems an overview/Bijay Singh Yadvinder Singh and R.K. Gupta. 5. Geospatial approach to understand nitrogen cycle in India/V.K. Dadhwal and A. Vel Mururgan. Nitrogen use efficiency in crop ecosystems 6. Nitrogen use efficiency in rice ecosystems/D. Panda D.K. Kundu A. Ghosh N.B. Prakash and D.D. Patra. 7. Fertilizer use constraints and management in rainfed areas with special emphasis on nitrogen use efficiency/K.L. Sharma K.P.R. Vittal Y.S. Ramakrishna K. Srinivas B. Venkateswarlu and J. Kusuma Grace. 8. Enhancing nitrogen use efficiency for sustainable rice wheat production system in the Indo gangetic plains of India/Yadvinder Singh Bijay Singh J.K. Ladha J.P. Singh and O.P. Choudhary. 9. 15N studies in relation to nitrogen balance in cropping systems/M.S. Sachdev and P. Sachdev. Management options and strategies for enhancing nitrogen use efficiency 10. Management options for increasing nitrogen use efficiency/C.L. Acharya and A.R. Sharma. 11. Importance of interactions of nitrogen with primary and secondary micronutrients in crop production and environmental safety Indian perspectives/S. Joginder Manchanda and Milkha S. Aulakh. 12. Nitrogen use efficiency improvement through USG and NCU initiative of the Indian industry/Ramendra Singh Virendra Kumar and B.N. Vyas. 13. Nitrogen from industrial wastes as soil amendment in agriculture/Deepak Pant and Alok Adholeya. 14. Improving nitrogen use efficiency strategies tools management ad policy options/H. Pathak and J.K. Ladha. Plant Physiological and molecular aspects of enhancing nitrogen use efficiency 15. Physiological and biochemical aspects of nitrogen use efficiency in crop plants/Altaf Ahmad Vanita Jain and Y.P. Abrol. 16. Molecular approaches for enhancement of nitrogen use efficiency in plants/Sunila Lachab Ravi Ramesh Pathak and N. Raghuram. Role of legumes and biofertilizers in agricultural nitrogen economy 17. Role of legumes in nitrogen economy of cereals/cropping systems the Indian scenario/M.S. Venkatesh and Masood Ali. 18. Biological nitrogen fixation from fundamentals to field considerations/Anil Kumar Tripathi Soumitra Paul Chowdhury and Vyom Parashar. 19. Biological nitrogen fixation and biofertilizers status and prospects/D.L.N. Rao. 20. Nitrogen fixation in arid and semi arid agriculture opportunities and constraints/B. Venkateswarlu. Environmental and human health implications 21. Nitrate pollution of ground water vis a via nitrogen fertilizer use in India/Bijay Singh E.V.S. Prakasa Rao Yadvinder Singh and K. Puttanna. 22. N fertilizers and gaseous N emission from rice based cropping systems/T.K. Adhya H. Pathak and A. Chhabra. 23. N pool size its reuse and sustainability issues of a developing city Bangalore/H.N. Chanakya and H.C. Sharatchandra. 24. Nitrogen cycling and fluxes in coastal ecosystems/K. Amrtha R. Purvaja and R. Ramesh. 25. Nitrate toxicity and human health/Sunil Gupta R.C. Gupta and A.B. Gupta. Index. Agricultural Nitrogen Use and Its Environmental Implications provides a comprehensive interdisciplinary description of problems related to the efficient use of nitrogen in agriculture in the overall context of the nitrogen cycle its environmental and human health implications as well as various approaches to improve N use efficiency. The book has been divided into six sections and targets graduates postgraduates research scholars and policy makers in agricultural and environmental sciences. 552 pp. Seller Inventory # 67569

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Debabrata Das Gupta

Published by Agrobios, Jodhpur (2008)

ISBN 10: 8177543709 ISBN 13: 9788177543704

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About this Item: Agrobios, Jodhpur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Futuristic outlook for India/Debabrata Das Gupta. 2. Vision of Indian farm sector/Debabrata Das Gupta. 3. Extension education third dimension of university system/Debabrata Das Gupta. 4. Conceptual and philosophical dimension of extension education/Birendra Kumar. 5. Early extension movements in India/Manas Mohan Adhikary and Anindita Saha. 6. Rural development/Siddhartha D. Mukhopadhyay. 7. Programme planning and evaluation/C. Satapathy and Sabita Mishra. 8. Teaching learning in extension education/Prabhat Kumar Pal and Koushik Pradhan. 9. Communication/Siddhartha D. Mukhopadhyay. 10. Transfer of technology. 11. Adoption and diffusion of innovations/Sarthak Chowdhury. 12. Knowledge information system a synergistic extension approach/Anindita Saha. 13. Farm journalism/Debabrata Basu. 14. Organization administration management and supervision/Debabrata Das Gupta and Prabhat Kumar Pal. 15. Capacity building through training/Prabir Kumar Gangopadhyay. 16. Women in agriculture/Sarthak Chowdhury. 17. Participatory extension/Sankar Kumar Acharya and Debabrata Das Gupta. 18. Common people's knowledge and extension education/Debabrata Das Gupta Anindita Saha and Swapan Behari Mukhopadhyay. 19. Privatization of extension/Santosh Kumar Rout Chakradhar Satapathy and Debabrata Das Gupta. 20. Information and communication technology in extension/Debabrata Das Gupta and Puranjan Das. 21. Globalization and extension education/Debabrata Das Gupta. 22. Impact assessment concept and domains/Dipak De and Basavaprabhu Jirli. 23. Research methods in behavioral sciences/Anita Jhamtani and R.N. Podaria. 24. Pragmatic research and development in farm sector/Dibyendu Sen and Debabrata Das Gupta. 25. Societal dimension in agricultural and rural development/Debabrata Das Gupta. 26. Logistics of social science in extension education/Amal Kumar Mallick. Subject index. All agricultural disciplines have to cope with the subsequent and emerging thoughts not to speak of extension education alone. The scope of extension education has gradually broadened enough without a shift in the basic focus to make it as comprehensive as possible. This discipline has undergone gradual metamorphosis through the last few decades. As a result of this process the discipline has been facing serious challenges particularly against the backdrop of globalization. The coverage of this book represents the fusion of traditional contents of the discipline with a number of emerging thoughts relevant to the discipline. As such this volume should serve the purpose beyond an ordinary text book on extension education. It should be treated as a reference book for several purposes. This book is meant for UG and PG students of agriculture veterinary and animal sciences fishery home science dairy science. Besides it should also serve as a reference manual for training and management centres like KVKs ATCs and various government departments cooperatives banks and NGOs and even for different management institutes. 408 pp. Seller Inventory # 72766

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K.N. Dikshit

Published by Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi (2004)

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About this Item: Indian Archaeological Society, New Delhi, 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. First edition. Contents: Symbolic Approaches to the Study of Early Agropastoral Communities of Lower Deccan K. Paddayya Pre-Harappan Village Settlement and Early Farming Communities in Northern South Asia (c. 9th â" 4th millennia BC) B.R.Mani Harappan Environment as One Variable in the Preponderance of Rhinoceros and Paucity of Horse J. Manuel A Study of Early Harappan Pottery Motifs Anisha Saxena Early Chalcolithic Ceramic Traditions of Gujarat Preeti Panjwani Baror: A New Harappan Site in Ghaggar Valley â" A Preliminary Report Urmila Sant, T.J. Baidya, N.G. Nikoshey, N.K. Sinha, S. Nayan, J.K. Tiwari and A. Arif New Light on the Excavation of Harappan Settlement at Bhirrana L.S. Rao, Nandini B. Sahu, Prabash Sahu, Samir Diwan and U.A. Shastry Stylised Terracotta Animal Head with Horns from Bhirrana â" Identification and Significance top L.S. Rao Dholaviraâs Geometry: A Preliminary Study Michel Danino Chronological Assessment of the Bara Culture K.C. Nauriyal Salvaging the Vanishing Harappans in Haryana Tejas Garge Site Catchment Analysis of the Chalcolithic Settlement of Gilund in the Banas Basin Debasri Dasgupta Geoarchaeological Observations of Man Basin in Solarpur District, Maharastra Sushma G. Deo, Shivaji Kshirsagar, S.N. Rajaguru, S.S. Hampre and P.P. Joglekar Iron Objects from the Iron Age-Early Historic Level at Badmal Pradeep K. Behera and Pranab K. Chattopadhyay Excavation at Kopia 2005: A Preliminary Report A.K. Kanungo and V.S. Shinde A Stylo-Chrono Appraisal of Pitalkhora Sculptures Ajit Kumar Reflections on the Shikharas of Kalachuri Period Temples in Eastern Madhya Pradesh A.K. Singh Plant Remains from Excavation of Terraces of the Nile at Afyeh, Nubia and Egypt K.A. Chowdhury and G.M. Buth Notes and News Palaeolithic Tools from Memom, Thiruvananthapuram District, Kerala S. Vijayakumar New Discovery of Mesolithic Sites in Lower Bheden Valley, Orissa Jaya Shankar Naik Neolithic Coastal Karnataka: An Assessment C.B. Patil The Excavation of a Neolithic Site at Lakhundi R. Gopal and A. Sundara Excavation of Kudachi: An Ashmound in Dist. Belgaum S.V. Padiger and A. Sundara Identification of Buddhist Sites in Trans-Ghaghra Plain Vimal Tiwari Significant Discoveries around Sudarshan Lake, Junagadh Shubhra Pramanik Excavations at Siyapur, District Kannauj D.P. Tiwari and D.K. Srivastava Excavations at Sanchankot, District Unnao, U.P. (2004-05) top D.P. Tiwari and D.K. Srivastava Excavations at Naurangabad, Haryana â" 2000-01 P.B.S. Sengar Historical Tripura in the Light of Excavations at Thakurani Tilla, Pillak G.C. Chauley Shivaâs Fury with Special Reference to a Rare Relief Sculpture from Bhubaneshwar M. Krishna Kumari Newly Discovered Gupta Sculptures from Rangpur (Rajasthan) Ambika Dhaka Book Reviews B.B. Lal (with contribution from Palaeobotanist K.S. Saraswat). The Homeland of the Aryans: Evidence of Rigvedic Flora and Fauna & Archaeology S.P. Gupta Bhagwan Singh, Bharatiya Sabhyata ki Nirmiti S.P. Gupta Birendra Pratap Singh. Early Faming Communities of the Kaimur P.K. Trivedi Rewant Vikram Singh. Settlements in the Yamuna-Hindon Doab: An Archaeological Perspective Arun Kesarwani D.P. Tiwari. Excavations at Saunphari and Explorations in Ganga Plain S.P. Gupta Vimala Begley et al. (Eds). The Ancient Port of Arikamedu-New Excavations and Research T. Arun Raj Alok Tripathi (Ed.) Remote Sensing and Archaeology top Arun Kesarwani P.P. Joglekar, V.D. Misra, J.N. Pal and M.C. Gupta. Mesolithic Mahadaha: The Printed Pages: 313. Seller Inventory # 1581

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edited by V.K. Gupta and Anil K. Verma

Published by Daya Publishing House (2015)

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Assessment of Physico-chemical Parameters and Coliform Bacterial Distribution in Manakudy Estuary of Kanyakumari District, Southwest Coast of India/C. Shobana, M. Ramesh and A. Kumaraswamy. 2. Taxonomy and Systematics of Calanoid Copepods from Cochin Estuary, India/Neelima Vasu K. and S. BijoyNandan. 3. Taxonomic Account of Earthworm Species of India Suitable for Vermicomposting Purpose/Santanu Mitra and Amales Misra. 4. Biodiversity of Aquatic Insects/P. Venkatesan. 5. Scoliid Fauna (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Scoliidae) of Rajasthan/P. Girish Kumar and Gaurav Sharma. 6. Diversity of Spiders Associated with Human Habitations in Kerala/A.V. Sudhikumar. 7. Literature Survey and Biblioliographic Analysis of Butterfly Fauna (Lepidoptera: Glossata) from West Bengal, India/Soumyajit Chowdhury. 8. Composition and Variation in Dung-beetle (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) Communities in Haryana, India/Nidhi Kakkar and Sanjeev K. Gupta. 9. Bauplan, Functional Characteristics and Ecotoxicological Threats of Freshwater Sponge: A Review/Soumalya Mukherjee, Mitali Ray and Sajal Ray. 10. Macro Benthic Faunal Composition in Karala River, a Tributary of the River Teesta/Amal Kumar Patra. 11. External Morphological Study of Horse Mackerel Trachurus mediterraneus ponticus Aleev, 1958 with Reference to Body Weight, Total Length and Condition Factor from the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast/Maria Yankova. 12. Low-Extraction Selective Logging and Avifaunal Recovery in the Bia Moist Forest of Southwest Ghana: A 1990-1991 Census/Lars H. Holbech. 13. Habitat Predictors of Two Sympatric Pheasant Species in the Indian Himalayas: A Conservation approach/Mohammad Shah Hussain and Aisha Sultana. 14. Population, Roosting, Food and Breeding Habits of Barn Owl (Tyto alba Scopoli, 1769) in Madurai District, Southern India/A. Mohamed Samsoor Ali and R. Santhanakrishnan. 15. Altitudinal Distribution of Avifauna in Kargil District of Jammu and Kashmir State/Tsewang Motup and D.N. Sahi. 16. Studies on the Feeding Ecology of Rose-ringed Parakeet Psittacula krameri in Jammu Region/Sakshi Koul and D.N. Sahi. 17. Vertebrate Faunal Diversity of Chhilchhila Wildlife Sanctuary of Haryana, India with Special Reference to Avifauna/Parmesh Kumar. 18. A Comparison on the Population Status of Captive Asian Elephant Elephas maximus in the Timber Camps of Tamil Nadu, India and its Implications for Long-term Conservation/Varadharajan Vanitha, Krishnamoorthy Thiyagesan and Nagarajan Baskaran. 19. Mugger Crocodile (Crocodylus palustris) in Similipal Tiger Reserve, Odisha, India/Sandeep Ranjan Mishra and Anup Ku Nayak 20. Natural History, Distribution and Status of Himalayan Yellow- Throated Marten (Martes flavigula) in Northern West Bengal, India/Jayanta Kumar Mallick. 21. Current Status and Conservation Initiatives of The Indian White Backed Vulture, Gyps bengalensis Gmelin in India/R.B. Singh, A.K. Chakravarthy and M. Jayashankar. Index. Seller Inventory # 114815

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edited by V.K. Gupta and Anil K. Verma

Published by Daya Publishing House (2015)

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Review on diversity and distribution of phytoparasitic nematodes of Banana in West Bengal/Viswa Venkat Gantait. 2. Community ecology and taxonomy of polychaetes from a tropical estuary, South West Coast of India/P.N. Geetha, S. Bijoy Nandan and T.A. Thasneem. 3. Distribution of Nymphalid butterflies (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) at different altitudinal ranges in Godavari Phulchoki mountain forest, Central Nepal/Bhaiya Khanal, Mukesh Kumar Chalise and Ghan Shyam Solanki. 4. A taxonomic review of the genus Cyrtolabulus van der vecht, 1969 (Hymenoptera: vespidae: Eumeninae) from India/P. Girish Kumar, J.M. Carpenter and P.M. Sureshan. 5. Community composition of termites (Isoptera) in different habitats and seasons in Kurukshetra, Haryana, India/Sanjeev K. Gupta and Nidhi Kakkar. 6. Web dynamics and estimation of capture area of the common signature spider, argiope pulchella Thorell (Araneae: Araneidae)/Rahi Soren. 7. Throwing more light on morphology of Cyrtophora bidenta Tikader 1970 (Araneidae: an endemic spider species of India, with Checklist of the Genus from southern Western Ghats/Elizabeth V. Mathew and .A. Sebastian. 8. Effect of insecticides on spiders of Kuttanad rice agroecosystem, Kerala/A.V. Sudhikumar. 9. Prediction of number of generations of American serpentine leaf miner, Liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) based on thermal degree-days requirement under climate change scenario/V. Sridhar, L.S. Vinesh and M. Jayashankar. 10. Breeding biology and mating strategies of coral reef shrimp Lysmata wurdemanni Gibbes (Decapoda: Caridea: Hippolytidae) from southeast coast of India/S. Prakash, T.T. Ajith Kumar and T. Subramoniam. 11. Checklist of the freshwater crabs of Indian Himalaya, its threats and conservation/Santanu Mitra. 12. Perspectives on fish diversity/Govind Pandey, A.B. Shrivastav and S. Madhuri. 13. DNA Fingerprinting in Conservational research on Ichtyofauna/Tanmay Mukhopadhyay and Soumen Bhattacharjee. 14. Aspects of dietary tactics and choices in little brown doves (Streptopelia senegalensis senegalensis) from Jammu (j & K), India/Deep Novel Kour and D.N. Sahi. 15. Conservation land: an integrated conceptual framework towards in situ biodiversity conservation programmes in India/Soumyajit Chowdhury. 16. Assessing management effectiveness and its conservation in Hadagarh wildlife Sanctuary, Odisha, India/S.D. Rout. 17. Biodiversity of Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary, Western Assam, India: Major issues in conservation/Bijita Barman and Susmita Gupta. 18. In situ and ex situ conservation of Red Panda in Darjeeling district, West Bengal, India/Jayanta Kumar Mallick. 19. Habitat characteristics and foraging ecology of common Babbler, Turdoides caudatus caudatus (Dumont)/Ashima Anthal and D.N. Sahi. 20. On the behavioural ecology of Sloth bear (Melursus ursinus Shaw 1791) in Mudumalai Wildlife Sanctuary, Western Ghats, India/N. Baskaran, S. Venkatesh, S.K. Srivasthava and Ajay A. Desai. 21. Ecological crisis vis-à-vis intraspecific conflict: a case study with Rhinos in Jaldapara and Gorumara National Parks, West Bengal, India/Jayanta Kumar Mallick. 22. State of the Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus Linnaeus 1758) and its Habitat in Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve, Southern India/Nagarajan Baskaran and Raman Sukumar. 23. Perceptions on the incidence of the invasive Giant African Snail, Achatina fulica (Bowdich) in horticultural areas of Bangalore region/M. Jayashankar. 24. A comprehensive review on the eco-biology of the endemic fruit fly phorticella striata Sajjan and Krishnamurthy, 1975/D.S. Pranesh Sujaymeendra, S.N. Hedge, B.P. Harini and M. Jayashankar. Index. Seller Inventory # 114817

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M.K. Rana

Published by New India Publishing Agency (2011)

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book is aimed at providing systematic information on nutritional importance of vegetables in human nutrition, physiology, post-harvest technology, biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetables at a single source. The book contains very concise and precise information on physio-biochemical and biotechnological aspects of vegetable crops and also covers areas like resistance against diseases and herbicides and tolerance against drought and salinity and the physical aspects of quality, i.e., shape, size, texture, colour, tenderness, etc. It also contains the information on best possible solutions of problems faced by the students, scientists, growers and traders. The information given in this book is truly based on scientific records of scientists working on vegetables in various institutes. The book on physio-biochemical and biotechnological aspects of vegetable crops compiled for the students of postgraduate and postdoctoral programs is one such attempt to make them learn and understand the subject more precisely and motivate them o improve their knowledge in the field of physio-biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetables crops to meet the future needs. In addition, this book may be user-friendly to others who have the concern to expand their knowledge in the field of physio-biochemistry and biotechnology of vegetable crops and wish to fetch more remuneration from vegetable crops." Contents Preface Chapter 1: Cell structure and its components by Champa Rani, Sunaina Chawla, Vinita Arora and M.K. Rana. Chapter 2: Reproduction by Sunaina Chawla, Vinita Arora, Champa Rani and M.K. Rana. Chapter 3: Photosynthesis by Champa Rani, Sunaina Chawla and M.K. Rana. Chapter 4: Respiration by Sunaina Chawla, Champa Rani and M.K. Rana. Chapter 5: Photoperiodism: a physiological and molecular concept by A. Hemantaranjan and Anjali Bharti. Chapter 6: Role of photoperiodism and vernalization in flowering by Saleem Siddiqui and Nidhi. Chapter 7: Physiology of fruit setting and development by Sunita Sheokand, Chandan Kumar Gupta and Saleem Siddiqui. Chapter 8: Physiological disorders of vegetable crops by M.K. Rana, Champa Rani and P.K. Sharma. Chapter 9: Biochemistry and genetic manipulation of fruit ripening by Sarla Malhotra and Veena Jain. Chapter 10: Physiology of dormancy and seed germination by Champa Rani, M.K. Rana and Renu Munjal. Chapter 11: Plant growth regulators in vegetables production by Champa Rani, Renu Munjal and M.K. Rana. Chapter 12: Soil-plant-water relationships by R.K. Pannu and Renu Munjal. Chapter 13: Quantification of soil and plant water status by K.D. Sharma and Ashok Kumar. Chapter 14: Concepts and management of drought in vegetable crops by M.K. Rana. Chapter 15: Abiotic stress tolerance in vegetable crops by S. Vincent and H. Vijayaragavan. Chapter 16: Growth and yield analysis of plants by K.D. Sharma and M.K. Raina. Chapter 17: Quality and factors affecting quality of vegetables by M.K. Rana, Sonia Sood and Ruchi Sood. Chapter 18: Estimation of quality parameters in vegetables by Shashi Madan, M.K. Rana and Renu Munjal. Chapter 19: Management of post harvest losses in vegetables by M.K. Rana, Sonia Sood and Ruchi Sood. Chapter 20: Preservation of vegetables through fermentation by Leela Wati, Kushal Raj and P. Rani. Chapter 21: Plant tissue culture: fundamentals and applications by Neelam R. Yadav and Ram C. Yadav. Chapter 22: Transgenic approaches for the improvement of vegetable crops by Neelam R. Yadav, Ram C. Yadav, R.K. Jain and V.K. Chowdhury. Chapter 23: Intellectual property rights by Ram C. Yadav and Neelam R. Yadav. Printed Pages: 612. Seller Inventory # 65345

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Anil Kumar Singh and Usha Kiran Chopra

Published by New India Pub (2007)

ISBN 10: 8189422235 ISBN 13: 9788189422233

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About this Item: New India Pub, 2007. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Foreword/M.S. Swaminathan. Preface. 1. Space sensing and environment monitoring/Ajai and J.K. Garg. 2. Geoinformatics in precision farming an overview/Rajender Prasad Anshu Dixit P.K. Malhotra and V.K. Gupta. 3. Geoinformatics applications in India retrospect and prospects experience of National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA)/P.S. Roy. 4. Horticultural resources information system A geo informatic tool for horticultural development/S.C. Kotur D. Sreenivasa Murthy T.M. Gajanana Reena Rosy Thomas Chitra Mothkur L.B. Ashok and G.S. Geetha. 5. Geoinformatics in support of food security and poverty alleviation a perspective based on national wasteland mapping project/S.K. Srivastava CBS Dutt R. Nagaraja S. Bandyopadhayay H.C. Meena Rani V.S. Hegde and V. Jayaraman. 6. Geoinformatics for monitoring glaciers and glacial lakes/R.M. Bhagat Chitra Sood Vaibhav Kalia Pradeep Mool S. Bajracharya and Basanta Shrestha. 7. Monitoring and management of water resources/Sanjay K. Jain Rakesh Kumar and K.D. Sharma. 8. Application of geospatial tools techniques and concepts for integrated watershed management/A. Sarangi and A.K. Singh. 9. Geoinformatics for enhancing productivity in flood plain agro ecosystem/R.N. Sahoo R.K. Tomar I.P. Abrol R.K. Gupta D. Chakraborty V.K. Sehgal and N. Kalra. 10. Groundwater modelling using GIS/M.S. Mane D.K. Singh A.K. Singh and A.K. Bhattacharya. 11. Participatory GIS for planning livelihood improvement a case study in canal command areas of Bihar/B. Saha R.P. Jones A.K. Sikka P.R. Bhatnagar and S. Chowdhury. Earth functions as a complex system and existing infrastructure and methodologies are inadequate for the community to address many problems of this system. It requires an integrated and innovative approach to analyse model and develop extensive and diverse data sets for the solution of these problems. Geoinformatics which is the synergy of multiple disciplines namely earth sciences GIS remote sensing GPS photogrammetry and cartography is developing fast in the areas where the data are identified by their locations. Currently there is a chaotic distribution of available data sets lack of documentation about them and the methodologies lack of easy to access tolls computer modeling etc. which pose the major obstacles for the earth scientist in trying to work out solutions. The authors have tried to remove these hurdles by bringing together relevant informations and techniques as well as the recent advances in these fields. This book presents a comprehensive account of various topics related to the applications of geoinformatics which are highly diversified and include space and environmental monitoring watershed management water resources and management productivity enhancement in agro ecosystems resource information systems precision farming monitoring of glaciers and lakes geospatial techniques and livelihood improvement using GIS. 340 pp. Seller Inventory # 63379

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Clem Tisdell

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I. Preface. I. General issues 1. Poverty poverty alleviation and social disadvantage an overview/Clem Tisdell. 2. The limitations of national poverty lines and a case study for India/Raj Kumar Sen. 3. Is poverty an ethical question/Ratan Lal Basu. 4. Inequality in distribution of world income resulting indebtedness and suggestions for income redistribution/Tariq Saiful Islam Md. Abdul Wadud and Qamarullah Bin Tariq Islam. 5. An assessment of the UN's millennium development goals and its millennium declaration/Clem Tisdell. 6. How do infrastructure projects benefit the poor/Peter Warr. 7. Own poverty evaluation network an OPEN approach to poverty assessment and monitoring for sustainable pro poor development/Joe Remenyi and Max Kelly. 8. Measuring social disadvantage with avoidable mortality risks/Kam Ki Tang and D.S. Prasada Rao. 9. Population ageing and intra household resource redistribution in the Asian pacific region/Elisabetta Magnani and Anu Rammohan. 10. Poverty alleviation through access to education can e learning deliver/Habibullah Khan and Jeremy B. Williams. 11. WTO and developing countries are countries such as India disadvantaged/Sheela Rai. 12. Poverty political failure and the use of open access resources in developing countries/Clem Tisdell. 13. The Stabilisation Trap and poverty reduction what can monetary policy do/Anis Chowdhury. II. India broad features and trends 14. Indian perception of human development an assessment of its qualitative dimension/S.A.R. Bilgrami. 15. Mapping unemployment and poverty across different social groups in rural India/Suchitra Krishna Kumar and B.P. Vani. 16. Trends and influences on the incidence of poverty in India particularly social influences/M. Ramanjaneyulu. 17. Population poverty and human development in India/M.S. Gupta. 18. Poverty alleviation programmes in India issues and challenges/S.K. Dhage. 19. Reduction of poverty in India further perspectives/S.K. Dhage. 20. Nutritional intake and dynamics of undernourishment of Farm households in rural India/Praduman Kumar and Madan M. Dey. 21. Changing structure and organisation of agriculture and difficulties facing small farmers in India/Sukhpal Singh. 22. Corporate farming in India is it the answer to overcoming competitive disadvantage/Sukhpal Singh. 23. Demography and the welfare of women and children in South Asia an Indian focus/J. Nirmala and Dhulasi Birundha. 24. Poverty energy crisis and social disadvantage an Indian focus/Siddhartha Sarkar. Index. Vol. II. III. India regional features and case studies 25. Poverty and human deprivation in Assam prevalence across districts and between groups/Saundariya Borbora and Ratul Mahanta. 26. Bihar's poverty and environmental degradation an overview and a case study/Shyam Sunder Prasad Sharma and Chaiti Sharma Biswas. 27. Transformation of Arunachal's economy opportunities and challenges for a less developed state/Amitava Mitra. 28. Making the integrated child development services programme more effective lessons from a case study/S. Indrakant. 29. An assessment of a major anti poverty programme (SGSY) for women in India/D. Rajasekhar and Sachidananda Satapathy. 30. Does a woman's participation in a credit program raise her empowerment in the household A study in the district of Hooghly West Bengal India/Jyotish Prakash Basu. 31. Role of managers in success of an organization the case of rural cooperative credit societies in India/Parikshit K. Basu and Saswati Basu. 32. Cooperatives social integration and urbanity in rural areas a study of dairy cooperatives in India/Basavaraj S. Benni. 33. Sustainable economic development of scheduled caste Bamboo workers poverty social disadvantage and struggle for change/Anjali Chavhan. 34. Watershed development a promising possibility for employment generation in rural Orissa/Amita Kumari Choudhury and Sunita Mishra. IV. Experiences of India's neighbours in South Asia 35. An examination of poverty in South Asia with special. Seller Inventory # 66380

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S D Sharma and U Prasada Rao

Published by Today and Tomorrows, New Delhi (2004)

ISBN 10: 8170194334 ISBN 13: 9788170194330

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About this Item: Today and Tomorrows, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Part I Foreword/M.S. Swaminathan. Introduction. A. General 1. Genetic improvement of rice varieties of India in historical and socio economic perspective/S.D. Sharma. B. Central institutes 2. Role of central rice research institute in genetic improvement of rice varieties of India/S.N. Ratho. 3. Role of directorate of rice research in genetic improvement of rice varieties of India/U. Prasada Rao. 4. Role of Indian Agricultural Research Institute in Genetic improvement of rice varieties in India/V.P. Singh Pratik Satya S. Gopalakrishnan and A.K. Singh. 5. Role of Central Soil Salinity Research Institute in genetic improvement of rice varieties of India/R.K. Singh and B. Mishra. 6. Role of ICAR Research Complex for Northeastern hill region in genetic improvement of rice varieties of northeastern hill states/A. Pattanayak and H.S. Gupta. C. States 7. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Andhra Pradesh/Narendra Kulkarni. 8. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Assam/K.K. Sharma and T. Ahmed. 9. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Bihar/R. Thakur. 10. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Chattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh/M.N. Srivastava and Arvind Kumar. 11. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Gujarat/Atul M. Mehta and A.R. Pathak. 12. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Haryana/D.V.S. Panwar. 13. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Himachal Pradesh/P. C. Katoch R.P. Kaushik S.L. Sharma and B.D. Sharma. 14. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Jammu and Kashmir/B.D. Sharma Shafiq A. Wani and N.A. Zeerak. 15. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Jharkhand/P.K. Sinha and N.P. Mandal. Part II Foreword/M.S. Swaminathan. Introduction. 16. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Karnataka/B. Vidyachandra and M.P. Rajanna. 17. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Kerala/Leena Kumary S. 18. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Maharashtra/V.N. Deshpande B.D. Waghmode and R.R. Madav. 19. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Orissa/D. Pani and B.C. Patra. 20. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Punjab/G.S. Sidhu and Jaswant Singh. 21. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Rajasthan/R.S. Tripathi and Rajesh Pandya. 22. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Tamil Nadu/M. Subramanian K. Thiyagarajan R. Kalaiyarasi and S. Sundar. 23. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Uttaranchal/S.C. Mani and R.K. Sharma. 24. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Uttar Pradesh i. Genetic improvement/C.H. Misra and N. Pandey. ii. Description of rice varieties/J.L. Dwivedi and A.K. Tripathi. 25. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in West Bengal/S.K. Samanta and S. Mallik. D. Union territories 26. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Andaman and Nicobar Islands/Asit B. Mandal N.D. Majumder Bikash Chowdhury Bidhan Roy and R. Elanchezhian. 27. Genetic improvement of rice varieties in Pondicherry/Mohan A. Savery. E. Private sector 28. Participation of private sector in genetic improvement of rice varieties of India/U. Prasad Rao. F. Appendices i. Explanation of Indian words used. ii. Explanation of abbreviations used. Index. The present book Genetic Improvement of Rice Varieties of India has one general chapter five chapters dealing with the contribution made by the national institutes twenty one chapters dealing with the work done in states and union territories and one chapter about the role of private sector. Each chapter on a national institute describes the mandate of that institute with regard to rice improvement and the work done on varietal improvement of rice at that institute. It ends with an appendix that describes in detail all the rice varieties bred at that institute. Each state chapter provides a brief description of the physiography climate and agroclimatic zones of the state production and productivity of rice in the state traditional varieties grown traditional cultural practices followed and biotic and abiotic stress situations in the state. It is followed by the. Seller Inventory # 54969

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