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Miller, Stewart E.; Kaminow, Ivan

Published by Academic Press (1988)

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Item Description: Academic Press, 1988. Book Condition: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: S.E. Miller, Overview and Summary of Progress. P. Kaiser and D.B. Keck, Fiber Types and Their Status. D. Marcuse, Selected Topics in the Theory of Telecommunications Fibers. S.R. Nagel, Fiber Materials and Fabrication Methods. C.H. Gartside III, P.D. Patel, and M.R. Santana, Optical Fiber Cables. S.C. Mettler and C.M. Miller, Optical Fiber Splicing. W.C. Young and D.R. Frey, Fiber Connectors. D.L. Philen and W.T. Anderson, Optical Fiber Transmission Evaluation. W.J. Tomlinson and S.K. Korotky, Integrated Optics: Basic Concepts and Techniques. W.J. Tomlinson, Passive and Low-Speed Active Optical Components for Fiber Systems. S.K. Korotky and R.C. Alferness, Waveguide Electrooptic Devices for Optical Communication. T.P. Lee, C.A. Burrus, Jr., and R.H. Saul, Light-Emitting Diodes for Telecommunication. J.E. Bowers and M.A. Pollack, Semiconductor Lasers for Telecommunications. S.R. Forrest, Optical Detectors for Lightwave Communication. K. Kobayashi, Integrated Optical and Electronic Devices. J.A. Long, R.A. Logan, and R.F. Karlicek, Jr., Epitaxial Growth Methods for Lightwave Devices. N.K. Dutta and C.L. Zipfel, Reliability of Lasers and LEDs. B.L. Kasper, Receiver Design. P.W. Shumate, Lightwave Transmitters. R.G. Swartz, High Performance Integrated Circuits for Lightwave Systems. P.S. Henry, R.A. Linke, and A.H. Gnauck, Introduction to Lightwave Systems. S.S. Cheng and E.H. Angell, Interoffice Transmission Systems. D.C. Gloge and I. Jacobs, Terrestrial Intercity Transmission Systems. P.K. Runge and N.S. Bergano, Undersea Cable Transmission Systems. P.E. White and L.S. Smoot, Optical Fibers in Loop Distribution Systems. I.P. Kaminow, Photonic Local Networks. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_usedgood_0124973515

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F.S.K. Barar

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ISBN 10: 8184450702 ISBN 13: 9788184450705

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Item Description: PeePee Publishers, 2009. Softcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). First edition. . Pharmacology for Dental Students Pharmacology for Dental Students is a core book which provides compre-hensive information about the actions and uses of medicines in clinical practice. The dentist faces patients of all ages ranging from infancy to old age. In this era of ?drug explosion? and ?drug information explosion? concise knowledge about the actions, uses, adverse reactions, and drug interactions is essential for the safe and effective use of drugs. The book has 15 chapters, 2 appendices, and an index for rapid consultation and revision by the student. The text covers the syllabi prescribed for graduate and postgraduate dental studies, detailing principles of general and systemic pharmacology. A separate chapter on dental pharmacology includes information on dentifrices, whitening agents, protectives, dressings, obtundents, caries, root canal fillings, and emergencies in dental practice. Pharmacology is an important curriculum content of graduate and postgraduate courses in dentistry. This book provides essential knowledge for ethical and safe use of medicines in man. Professor F.S.K. Barar, Ex-Senior Professor and Head, Department of Pharmacology, S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur and Ex-Associate Director (Pharmacy), Lachoo Memorial College of Science and Technology, Jodhpur, is presently working as a Medical Officer practising Medicine in a Charitable Clinic at Jodhpur. Having passed his MBBS from S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur in 1957, Dr. Barar joined the Department of Pharmacology as a Demonstrator in 1959. Became a Lecturer in 1963 and Reader in 1966. Later in the same year he took over as Professor and Head of Pharmacology at Dr. S.N. Medical College, Jodhpur. In 1970-71, he underwent training in the United Kingdom in Medical Statistics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine under Prof. Peter Armitage and Dr. M. Hills, and in Clinical Pharmacology at the University College Hospital Medical School, London. He worked in the Clinical Pharmacology Section of the Medical Unit headed by Prof. M.L. Rosenheim, directly under the guidance of Prof. D.R. Laurence and Prof. B.N.C. Prichard. On his return in 1972 he did his MD (Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics) from the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur and was transferred back to Jaipur in July 1973, from where he superannuated in November 1990. With a teaching experience of over 30 years, Prof. Barar has authored over 60 papers. His work has been referred to in 29 books and compendia. His research interests include psychoneuropharmacology and cardiovascular pharmacology. He is specially interested in studies on human memory and psychomotor performance. He has been awarded for his published research work and teaching?the Gargi Devi Shurvir Singh Prize, 1977 for the best research paper published from Rajasthan medical colleges; the N.N. Dutta Prize, 1983 by the Indian Pharmacological Society for the best published research paper in the IJP during the year 1982; and the Dr. B.C. Roy National Award, 1988 in the category of Eminent Teacher. Printed Pages: 324. Bookseller Inventory # 45914

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B. Tripathy, S. Dutta

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Item Description: 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 310 Description:- , About The Author:- Dr. B. Tripathy (Ed.), Head of the Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar. Prof. S. Dutta (Ed.), Former Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and Head, Department of History, Arunachal University., S. Dutta (ed.), is Reader Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar., Dr. B. Tripathy (ed.), Head of the Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar., Contents:- Key Note Address-Folk Materials as Alternative Indigenous Sources for History of Arunachal Pradesh: J.B. Bhattacharyee • Historical Sources:P.K. Shukla • Reconstruction of Tribal History from Oral Tradition: N. Joykumar Singh • Historical Value of Indigenous Oral Tradition: N.T. Rikam • Oral Tradition: Gindu Borang • Oral Sources of the Mishing A Study of Origin and Migration: Lakhinath Pegu • Myth and Oral Tradition: Ashan Riddi • Sources of the History of the Arunachal Pradesh with Special Reference to Apa Taniis:Pura Tado • Geneaelogy as a Source of History- A Case Study of the Apa Taniis: Nani Bath • Pre-historic Sources of Arunachal Pradesh: Byomakesh Tripathy, Ramesh Chandra Joshi • Excavated Sites of Arunachal Pradesh: Byomakesh Tripathy • Sources of Economic History of Arunachal Pradesh: J.B. Ganguly • Ahom Documents and their Importance as Source of History of Arunachal Pradesh: J.N. Phukan • Sources of the History of Arunachal Pradesh: I.S. Mumtaza• A Few Assamese Sources for the Study of the History of Pre-colonial Arunachal Pradesh: Jahnabi Gogoi • The Posa System: Sristidhar Dutta • Theravada Buddhist Sources of Arunachal Pradesh: Byomakesh Tripathy • Mahayana Buddhist Sources of Arunachal Pradesh: Byomakesh Tripathy • Reconstruction of Surface Communication System in Arunachal Pradesh:Amendra Kumar Thakur • Some Light on the Lesser Explored Sources of the History of Arunachal Pradesh: Dipankar Banerjee • Observation on Verrier Elwin's India's North East Frontier in the Nineteenth Century as a Source Book of the History of Arunachal Pradesh: S.D. Goswami • Sources of History of Arunachal Pradesh: S. Dutta • Aspects of Historical Sources of History in Arunachal Pradesh: Basudeb Malik • Nyishi-Sulung Relationship: M.C. Behora ., About The Book:- This Excellent Book Presents History, Culture, Oral Tradition, Tribal History, Their Migration, The Regional Archaeological Findings, Anthropological Findings, Economy, Religions Ranging Shamanism To Theravada And Mahayana Buddhism Propagated Here By Padmasambhava During The Eighth Century Ad. The Book Is The Veritable Motherbode Of Information., About The Author:- Dr. B. Tripathy (Ed.), Head Of The Department Of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar. Prof. S. Dutta (Ed.), Former Dean, Faculty Of Social Sciences And Head, Department Of History, Arunachal University., S. Dutta (Ed.), Is Reader Department Of History, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar., Dr. B. Tripathy (Ed.), Head Of The Department Of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar., Content:- Key Note Address-Folk Materials As Alternative Indigenous Sources For History Of Arunachal Pradesh: J.B. Bhattacharyee • Historical Sources:P.K. Shukla • Reconstruction Of Tribal History From Oral Tradition: N. Joykumar Singh • Historical Value Of Indigenous Oral Tradition: N.T. Rikam • Oral Tradition: Gindu Borang • Oral Sources Of The Mishing A Study Of Origin And Migration: Lakhinath Pegu • Myth And Oral Tradition: Ashan Riddi • Sources Of The History Of The Arunachal Pradesh With Special Reference To Apa Taniis:Pura Tado • Geneaelogy As A Source Of History- A Case Study Of The Apa Taniis: Nani Bath • Pre-Historic Sources Of Arunachal Pradesh: Byomakesh Tripathy, Ramesh Chandra Joshi • Excavated Sites Of Arunachal Pradesh: Byomakesh Tripathy • Sources Of Economic History Of Arunachal Pradesh: J.B. Ganguly • Ahom Documents And Their Importance As Source Of History Of Arunachal Pradesh: J.N. Phukan • Sources Of The History Of Arunachal Pradesh: I.S. Mumtaza•. Bookseller Inventory # 9788121210089

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Annupurna Nautiyal, Himanshu Boura

ISBN 10: 8178357771 ISBN 13: 9788178357775

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Item Description: 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 284 Description:- , About The Author:- Dr. (Mrs.) Annpurna Nautiyal is a Professor and Head of the Department of Political Science, HNB Garhwal University Srinagar, Garhwal, Uttarakhand. Presently she is also the Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Coordinator of the UGC-SAP DRS programme sponsored by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi. She is also the Chairperson of the University Women Cell. She was a Fulbright visiting professor at the Department of Public and International Affairs, George Mason University, Fairfax Virginia in 2006. Although, her basic area of interest is international relations, but she also has a keen interest in the regional and national issues, and in particular the problem of women empowerment in the hill areas of Uttarakhand. Professor Nautiyal has published several articles in reputed journals and authored/ edited five books which include: The Role of Henry Kissinger in World Politics (1987), India in the New World Order (1995) Uttarakhand in Turmoil (1996) Fifty Years of Human Rights: Expectations and Challenges (2002) and Challenges to India's Foreign Policy in the New Era (2006) Dr. Himanshu Bourai (MS) (b.1960), M.A.,M.Phil, Ph.D. from Rajasthan University, Jaipur, is currently professor in Political Science at Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University, Srinagar (Uttarakhand). She has participated in many social welfare study activities. Her area of interest is Gandhian thought and women empowerment but she is a keen watcher of regional issues also. She has a number of research papers to her credit in various National and International Journals. Dr. Bourai has authored and edited five books entitled Gandhi and Modern Indian Liberals in English, Gandhian Philosophy and New World Order, Global Poverty, Terrorism and Peace, Women Participation in Natural Resource Management, Gandhi:Udarvadi Virasat (in Hindi). Prof. Bourai is former President of Indian Society of Gandhian Studies (2004 and 2005) and at present General Secretary of the PUCL Uttarakhand., Contents:- Contents # Preface, Introduction, List of Contributors, 1. Women Empowerment Concept and Prospects, P.C. Badola, 2. Social and Economic Empowerment of Women in India, Jyoti Tiwari, 3. Women Empowerment in Uttarakhand: Prospects and Challenges, Annpurna Nautiyal , 4. Empowering Hill Women in Rural Development through Education and Awareness, Rama Maikhuri, 5. Female Foeticide and Status of Girl Child: Theme: Awareness, Problems and Solutions, Archana Shah and Mani Kant Shah 6. Women Participation in Watershed Management: A Field Study of Garhwal and Shiwalik Hills, Himanshu Bourai, 7. Measuring Women Empowerment Using Qualitative Response and Quantitative Causal Models with Conjoint-Simulation Techniques, Namrata Sharma and R.C. Sharma, 8. Empowerment of Women with Reference to Women of Rural Uttarakhand, Sunita Badola, 9. Supporting Factors for Women’s Participation and Success in Politics in Uttrakhand, Annpurna Nautiyal and Rakesh Negi, 10. Empowerment of Women: A Case Study of District Uttarkashi in Uttarakhand, Anjali Bahuguna and M.M. Semwal , 11. Impact of Education on Women Empowerment in Uttarakhand , R.N. Gairola, 12. A Reflection on the Moral Strategies to Address the Gender Bias, Indoo Pandey Khanduri, 13. Culture of Place through Strengthening Women’s and Minority’s Rights , Pushpa Motiyani , 14. Emowerment of Women through Political Participation , Anil Dutta Mishra , 15. Uttarakhand : Problem of a New State, B.C. Upreti, Index, About The Book:- This Book Is An Outcome Of A National Seminar Organized By The Department Of Political Science, Hnb Garhwal University, Srinagar Under The Ugc-Sap-Drs Programme During November 19-20, 2007 On "Women Empowerment In Garhwal Himalayas : Constraints And Prospects". The Objective Of This Book Is To Explore The Challenges And Constraints Which Hamper Women'S Participation In Development Programmes As A Decision Maker And Identity As A Group. Women Of Garhwal Himalayas Play A Major Role. Bookseller Inventory # 9788178357775

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B. Tripathy, S. Dutta

ISBN 10: 812121002X ISBN 13: 9788121210027

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Item Description: 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 402 Description:- , About The Author:- Dr. B. Tripathy (Ed.), Head of the Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar. Prof. S. Dutta (Ed.), Former Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and Head, Department of History, Arunachal University., S. Dutta (ed.), is Reader Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar., Dr. B. Tripathy (ed.), Head of the Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar., Contents:- Key Note Address: Tamo Mibang •Tribal Religion : Religious History of Arunachal Pradesh: Oshong Ering • Tanii Popih (Tanism): Puro Tado • Aspects of Religious Beliefs and Practices of the Tribes of the Tani Group with Special Reference to those of the Galo Adis: T. Nyori • A Glimpse of the Galo's Religion: D.K. Dutta • The Genesis of Donyi-Poloism- A Socio-Religious History of the Adis: Gindu Borang • Religious History of the Noctes: Ajay Kr. Misra • Aspects of Faiths, Beliefs and Practices of the Noctes of Arunachal Pradesh: Khetoan Khetey • Historical Aspects of Religion Among the Tagins and Trend of Development with Reference to Donyi-Polo Namlo: B. Paul & D.K. Duarah • Mising Religious Beliefs and Practices: Impact of Hinduism, Christianity and other Religion: Lakhinath Pegu • Spirits and Deities of the Mishmis: K.K. Pandey • A Study of the Nyibu (Priest) as the Religious Institution Among the Tani Tribes in Arunachal Pradesh: Ashan Riddi • From Igu to Intaya: Sarit Kr. Choudhury • Sacred Specialists of Arunachal Pradesh - A Case Study of the Apa Tanis: Hage Naku • Agricultural Festivals and Rituals Among the Mossang Tangsas of East Arunachal : Narayan Singh Rao • Agricultural Related Rituals of Arunachal Tribes- A Case Study of the Apa Tanis: Tage Habung • Life Cycle Rituals in the Religious life of the Akas of Arunachal Pradesh: Gibji Nimachow • Understanding Religious Policy of Arunachal Pradesh: Nani Bath • Buddhism : Aspects of Theravada Buddhism in Arunachal Pradesh:B. Tripathy • Theravada Buddhism Among the Khamtis of Arunachal Pradesh: B. Tripathy & S. Dutta • Rituals and Festivals of Theravada Buddhists of Arunachal Pradesh: Leki Sitang • Bon Cult Among the Monpas of Arunachal Pradesh: S. Dutta & B. Tripathy • Mahayana Buddhism in Arunachal Pradesh- A Study of the Dirang Monpas: B. Tripathy & Pema Deki Mize • Pan-Indian Culture : Temple Ruins in Arunachal Pradesh: B. Tripathy • Brahmanical Tradition in Foothill Areas of Arunachal Pradesh: M.C. Behera • Pre-Modern Accommodation of Differences and Modern Innovations: Amarendra Kr. Thakur • Impact of Shrimanta Sankaradeva's Neo-Vaishnavite Movement on the Tribes of North-East India: Narayan Singh Rao ., About The Book:- The Book Consists 27 Research Papers On Religious Culture Of Arunachal Pradesh Including Tribal Culture With Emphasis On Spirits And Deities, Sacred Specialists, And Sacred Rituals Etc. The Theravada And Mahayana Buddhism As Practised By Some Arunachali Tribes Are Presented In A Historical Setting Along With Brahminical Culture In The Foothills. This Is The First Such Study Of Religious History Of Arunachal Pradesh And Their Interaction With The , Sam, Tibet And Myanmar Through The Ages., About The Author:- Dr. B. Tripathy (Ed.), Head Of The Department Of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar. Prof. S. Dutta (Ed.), Former Dean, Faculty Of Social Sciences And Head, Department Of History, Arunachal University., S. Dutta (Ed.), Is Reader Department Of History, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar., Dr. B. Tripathy (Ed.), Head Of The Department Of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar., Content:- Key Note Address: Tamo Mibang •Tribal Religion : Religious History Of Arunachal Pradesh: Oshong Ering • Tanii Popih (Tanism): Puro Tado • Aspects Of Religious Beliefs And Practices Of The Tribes Of The Tani Group With Special Reference To Those Of The Galo Adis: T. Nyori • A Glimpse Of The Galo'S Religion: D.K. Dutta • The Genesis Of Donyi-Poloism- A Socio-Religious History Of The Adis: Gindu. Bookseller Inventory # 9788121210027

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Edited by: Dr. N.C.Panda, Translated by : M.N.Dutta

ISBN 10: 8180902420 ISBN 13: 9788180902420

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Item Description: GSI. Book Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Tectonic setting and nature of the Gondwanic Indian crust/S.K.Acharyya. 2. Pre-Pan African and Pan-African events in South India and their implications for Gondwana tectonics/M. Yoshida, M. Santosh and M. Arima. 3. Late Pan-African thermal history in the Eastern Ghats Terrane, India, from U-PB and K-AR Isotopic study of the Mid-Proterozoic Khariar Alkali Syenite, Orissa/M. Aftalion, D.R. Bowes, B. Dash and A.E. Fallick. 4. Palaeogeographic evolution and biotic changes of the Indian subcontinent from the late palaeoproterozoic to early palaeozoic/Ravi Shanker, P.K. Maithy, Gopal Singh and Gopendra Kumar. 5. Sequence of Precambrian events in the Eastern Indian Craton/S. Sengupta and P.K. Mukhopadhyay. 6. Granulites of the 'Transition Zone': implications for the westward reach of the Eastern Ghats Belt/S. Gupta and A. Bhattacharya. 7. Granite- greenstone relationship in the Sonakhan Belt, Raipur district, Central India/Dilip Saha, Gautam K. Deb and Sampa Dutta. 8. A reappraisal of the stratigraphy and tectonics of the palaeoproterozoic Mahakoshal Supracrustal belt, Central India/Abhinaba Roy and M.K. Devarajan. 9. Biological remains and Organo-sedimentary structures from Iron Ore Group ( Archaean), Barbil Area, Singhbhum, Orissa/P.K. Maithy, S. Kumar and Rupendra Babu. 10. The oldest supracrustal belt from Singhbhum craton and its possible correlation/B.K. Jena and U.K. Behera. 11. Alkaline and Ultramafic Magmatism in the contact zone between high and low grade Terrains : example from northwestern Orissa, India/J.K. Nanda, S.C. Rath 316 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 31088

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Published by Zoological Survey of India (1996)

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Item Description: Zoological Survey of India, 1996. pbk. Contents 1. A note on the feeding and other activities of the five striped squirrel Funambulus pennanti in the fruit gardens of West Bengal/A. Murmu G.D. Mukherjee S. Chaudhuri and S.K. Dutta. 2. On the fish collection from Kerala deposited in Southern regional station Zoological Survey of India by NRM stackholm/Rema Devi K. Indra T.J. and K.G. Emiliyamma. 3. Notes on Isolaboidinae Insecta Dermaptera Anisolabididae from the Indian subcontinent/G.K. Srivastava. 4. Extension of range of distribution of three Gobiid Fishes to South Arcot district on the East T.N. Coast of India/Rema Devi K. Indra T.J. and Mari Bai M. 5. Studies on the odonata fauna of bastar Madhya Pradesh India/M. Prasad. 6. On some new records of freshwater ostracods crustacea entomostraca from India/D.K. Harshey. 7. An account of the mammalian fauna of Gorumara National Park Jalpaiguri West Bengal/Pratihar Supriya and Chakraborty S. 8. Hydrobiological stuides on some waterbodies along Bombay highway and Warangal road Hyderabad Andhra Pradesh/S.G. Patil and P. Peetamber. 9. Observations on the ichthyofaunal constituents restricted to the Indian subcontinental coastal waters/S.S. Mishra and S. Krishnan. 10. Determination of optimum time for mass mounting of multi voltine silkworm Bombyx mori L Lepidoptera Bombycidae under tropical conditions of West Bengal/S.K. Mathur D.R. Pramanic S.K. Sen G. Subbarao and N.K. Das. 11. Reproductive cycle in Parreysia favidens Benson a freshwater bevalve of Koshi river/Begum Shama and J.S. Datta Munshi. 12. A note on some of the scheduled mammals from the semi arid havitats adjacent to the backwaters of Ujani wetland in Maharashtra state short communication/M.S. Pradhan. 13. An account of the odonata of Maharashtra state India/M. Prasad. 14. Notes on the larval stages of Negritomyia andamanensis Das Sharma and Devroy Diptera stratiomyidae short communication/R.M. Sharma B.C. Das M.K. Devroy. 332 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 100001821

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Edited by D.M. Ravi Prasad and G. Bhadru

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ISBN 10: 8176295132 ISBN 13: 9788176295130

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Item Description: Deep and Deep, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Preface. List of Contributors. 1. Introduction/D.M. Ravi Prasad. 2. Eradication of caste system/C. Rangarajan. 3. Eradication of caste and founding the driving forces for the birth of new humanity/G. Bhadru. 4. Themes for eradication of casteism/P. Michel. 5. Some thoughts on casteless society/D.G. Rama Rau. 6. Caste system: a sociological perspective/M. Narasimha Rao and P. Venkat Ramana. 7. Eradication of caste in the era of globalization/G. Sheshagiri. 8. Can caste be eradicated?/K. Gopal. 9. Caste eradication and birth of new humanity in Assam : Aniruddhadeva's role/S. Dutta. 10. Caste practices and influences affecting tribals: a case study of Kudubis of Karnataka/Y. Ravindranath Rao. 11. Eradication of caste/T. Bala Raju. 12. Dalit movement - a case of desanskritisation/Richard Pais. 13. Dalits in Tamil Nadu/J.A. Arul Chellakumar. 14. Still change is a must among the tribals/K. Ailaiah and D. Ravi. 15. Caste configuration and social equations in Premchand's Godan/P. Suneela. 16. Shot Varnashrama dharma/D.M. Ravi Prasad. 17. Hypocrisy and Indian society/R. Lakshmipathi. 18. The concept of a post-national identity: a critique of secularism/Pius Thomas Vzhappilly. 19. Eradication of illiteracy and unemployment: a holistic participatory human development approach/D.M. Ravi Prasad and S.P. Anna Purna. 20. Changing social relations in India and teacher education/Hemlata Talesra. 21. The socio-economic base for the rise and growth of Buddhism/G. Chandra Reddy. 22. Education in quest of new humanity/Mohit Chakrabarti. 23. Can changeology change the Hindutva culture/P. Venkat. 24. Changeology vis-a-vis the culture of silence/D.P. Mukherjee. 25. Changeology and Humanism/Rajeshwar Mittapalli and D.M. Ravi Prasad. 26. The plight of dalits in Telangana/G. Yadava Reddy and B. Kumara Swamy. 27. The genuine progress indicator is changeology/T. Srinivas and M. Vidyasagar. 28. Changeological reflections on philosophy of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar/D.M. Ravi Prasad. 29. Changeology: a discipline for the new humanity/Jadi Murali Dhar and M. Satyanarayana. 30. Caste discrimination is worse than racial discrimination/Gali Vinod Kumar. 31. Dalit movement-caste consciousness/T. Srinivas and P. Venkata Ramana. 32. Dalit youth and nation building/D.M. Ravi Prasad and T. Ramesh. 33. Changeology: India's Educational Indicator. Index. "The bane of the caste system has been the hierarchical stratification of the privileges and ritual statuses which were totally ascribed. While the higher castes enjoyed higher ritual status, socio-economic privileges, education and learning, the lower castes were deprived of all good things in life. The subsequent scriptures including the Puranas, Geeta and Manu's Dharmashastra rationalized all such inequalities attributing them to Karma. The rigidity of the caste structure and its attendant ramification of socio-economic inequality are based on the endogamy that is practiced which ensures privileges to higher castes on a permanent basis. The privileges that once enjoyed by higher castes are preserved to their progeny through inheritance, while handicaps are sustained by the lower castes on a permanent basis. The privatization and globalization processes are making the situation more alarming by further widening the gap between the haves and the have nots, the terms that could be generally substituted for upper and lower castes. The only way out is to sensitize the lower castes of their miserable plight and to enlighten them about paths and possibilities of their redemption. The post-independent Indian state too had undertaken many ameliorative programmes but the caste still remains a massive deadweight on the Indian society obstructing the birth of a new humanity informed by equality, freedom and fraternity. In this book a number of scholars have put forward their ideas and reflections on how to eradicate the caste and to facilitate the birth of a new humanitarian social order." (jacket). Bookseller Inventory # 51133

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Item Description: 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 310 pages. English International Edition, This excellent book presents history, culture, oral tradition, tribal history, their migration, the regional archaeological findings, anthropological findings, economy, religions ranging Shamanism to Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism propagated here by Padmasambhava during the eighth century AD. The book is the veritable motherbode of information., Dr. B. Tripathy (Ed.), Head of the Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar. Prof. S. Dutta (Ed.), Former Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and Head, Department of History, Arunachal University., S. Dutta (ed.), is Reader Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar., Dr. B. Tripathy (ed.), Head of the Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar., Key Note Address-Folk Materials as Alternative Indigenous Sources for History of Arunachal Pradesh: J.B. Bhattacharyee • Historical Sources:P.K. Shukla • Reconstruction of Tribal History from Oral Tradition: N. Joykumar Singh • Historical Value of Indigenous Oral Tradition: N.T. Rikam • Oral Tradition: Gindu Borang • Oral Sources of the Mishing A Study of Origin and Migration: Lakhinath Pegu • Myth and Oral Tradition: Ashan Riddi • Sources of the History of the Arunachal Pradesh with Special Reference to Apa Taniis:Pura Tado • Geneaelogy as a Source of History- A Case Study of the Apa Taniis: Nani Bath • Pre-historic Sources of Arunachal Pradesh: Byomakesh Tripathy, Ramesh Chandra Joshi • Excavated Sites of Arunachal Pradesh: Byomakesh Tripathy • Sources of Economic History of Arunachal Pradesh: J.B. Ganguly • Ahom Documents and their Importance as Source of History of Arunachal Pradesh: J.N. Phukan • Sources of the History of Arunachal Pradesh: I.S. Mumtaza• A Few Assamese Sources for the Study of the History of Pre-colonial Arunachal Pradesh: Jahnabi Gogoi • The Posa System: Sristidhar Dutta • Theravada Buddhist Sources of Arunachal Pradesh: Byomakesh Tripathy • Mahayana Buddhist Sources of Arunachal Pradesh: Byomakesh Tripathy • Reconstruction of Surface Communication System in Arunachal Pradesh:Amendra Kumar Thakur • Some Light on the Lesser Explored Sources of the History of Arunachal Pradesh: Dipankar Banerjee • Observation on Verrier Elwin's India's North East Frontier in the Nineteenth Century as a Source Book of the History of Arunachal Pradesh: S.D. Goswami • Sources of History of Arunachal Pradesh: S. Dutta • Aspects of Historical Sources of History in Arunachal Pradesh: Basudeb Malik • Nyishi-Sulung Relationship: M.C. Behora ., North-East Indian Studies. Bookseller Inventory # 9788121210089

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B. Tripathy, S. Dutta

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Item Description: 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 402 pages. English International Edition, The book consists 27 research papers on religious culture of Arunachal Pradesh including tribal culture with emphasis on spirits and deities, sacred specialists, and sacred rituals etc. The Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism as practised by some Arunachali tribes are presented in a historical setting along with Brahminical culture in the foothills. This is the first such study of religious history of Arunachal Pradesh and their interaction with the , sam, Tibet and Myanmar through the ages., Dr. B. Tripathy (Ed.), Head of the Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar. Prof. S. Dutta (Ed.), Former Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and Head, Department of History, Arunachal University., S. Dutta (ed.), is Reader Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar., Dr. B. Tripathy (ed.), Head of the Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi Central University, Itanagar., Key Note Address: Tamo Mibang •Tribal Religion : Religious History of Arunachal Pradesh: Oshong Ering • Tanii Popih (Tanism): Puro Tado • Aspects of Religious Beliefs and Practices of the Tribes of the Tani Group with Special Reference to those of the Galo Adis: T. Nyori • A Glimpse of the Galo's Religion: D.K. Dutta • The Genesis of Donyi-Poloism- A Socio-Religious History of the Adis: Gindu Borang • Religious History of the Noctes: Ajay Kr. Misra • Aspects of Faiths, Beliefs and Practices of the Noctes of Arunachal Pradesh: Khetoan Khetey • Historical Aspects of Religion Among the Tagins and Trend of Development with Reference to Donyi-Polo Namlo: B. Paul & D.K. Duarah • Mising Religious Beliefs and Practices: Impact of Hinduism, Christianity and other Religion: Lakhinath Pegu • Spirits and Deities of the Mishmis: K.K. Pandey • A Study of the Nyibu (Priest) as the Religious Institution Among the Tani Tribes in Arunachal Pradesh: Ashan Riddi • From Igu to Intaya: Sarit Kr. Choudhury • Sacred Specialists of Arunachal Pradesh - A Case Study of the Apa Tanis: Hage Naku • Agricultural Festivals and Rituals Among the Mossang Tangsas of East Arunachal : Narayan Singh Rao • Agricultural Related Rituals of Arunachal Tribes- A Case Study of the Apa Tanis: Tage Habung • Life Cycle Rituals in the Religious life of the Akas of Arunachal Pradesh: Gibji Nimachow • Understanding Religious Policy of Arunachal Pradesh: Nani Bath • Buddhism : Aspects of Theravada Buddhism in Arunachal Pradesh:B. Tripathy • Theravada Buddhism Among the Khamtis of Arunachal Pradesh: B. Tripathy & S. Dutta • Rituals and Festivals of Theravada Buddhists of Arunachal Pradesh: Leki Sitang • Bon Cult Among the Monpas of Arunachal Pradesh: S. Dutta & B. Tripathy • Mahayana Buddhism in Arunachal Pradesh- A Study of the Dirang Monpas: B. Tripathy & Pema Deki Mize • Pan-Indian Culture : Temple Ruins in Arunachal Pradesh: B. Tripathy • Brahmanical Tradition in Foothill Areas of Arunachal Pradesh: M.C. Behera • Pre-Modern Accommodation of Differences and Modern Innovations: Amarendra Kr. Thakur • Impact of Shrimanta Sankaradeva's Neo-Vaishnavite Movement on the Tribes of North-East India: Narayan Singh Rao ., North-East Indian Studies. Bookseller Inventory # 9788121210027

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Dutta, Dr. A. C.

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Item Description: New Delhi, Publishing Co., 1983. 2nd Revised Edition 136 pages. Pb . Cover looks dirty because of cheap quality paper used for it. Otherwise very fine copy. Scans available good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 31747

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Dr. R. Dutta

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Item Description: 1st Edition, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: Used: Like New. a few wrinkles in dj - 1-c-5. Bookseller Inventory # 130923002

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Schaeuble, Johann Dr.

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Item Description: E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlag, Stuttgart., 1964. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: Good. > Edition/Printing: Band 55 Heft 3 | MAGAZINE fur MORPHOLOGY and ANTHROPOLOGY. begrundet 1899 von Gustav Schwalbe, weitergefuhrt 1917-1948 von Eugen Fischer, 1949-1957 von Hans Weinert. BW Illus. Art. Middle phalangeal hair among some populations of Madhya Pradesh, Dutta, P.C.; English. Dermatoglyphic affinities of the tribes and castes of Nilgiri Hills, Chakravartti, M.R. English. Other articles. > Language: English | > Size: 8vo | > Media/Binding: paperback |. Bookseller Inventory # CORV-BBC-0K42722

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Item Description: New Delhi, Jain Publishing Co., 1984. 1st edition 140 pages. leather bound . 4vo. (22,5 x 29 cm) Gilted title and author s name on redbrown leather. Scans of this nice copy available. very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 25044

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Dipankar Banerjee,Priyam Goswami,Ranju Bezbaruah

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Item Description: Aryan Books International & Indian Council of Historical Research, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). First edition. 19 x 25 cm. North-East India is no longer a terra incognito to Indian historiography. Thanks to the efforts of various agencies and departments, there has been a considerable progress in the historical research of this region. These researches have brought to light evidences of past cultures of North-East India. However there is a need to sustain this enthusiasm and also study and interpret the different sources of the history of this region. The present book serves two-fold purpose, viz. (i) to expand and analyse the already identified sources, and (ii) to share the information about the newly identified sources. The book also emphasizes on the need to explore non-conventional oral sources as an alternative and/or supplementary to the conventional recorded sources. The oral sources (folklore, folksongs, beliefs and superstitions, ceremonies, rituals, etc.) are very important to study history as they reflect on the problems, needs and aspirations of the masses at various points of time. The interpretation of the source is also as important as its identification. The present volume aims to interpret and analyse these sources and thus paces the way for further research to put the history of the area in its correct perspective. CONTENTS: Preface; 1. Keynote Address/J.B. Bhattacharjee 2. On a Coin of Jaintiapur/S.K. Bose 3. Sources of History of Arunachal Pradesh : A Critical Survey/S. Dutta 4. Historical Studies of Arunachal Pradesh : An Overview/Amrendra Kr. Thakur 5. The Sources of the History of Pre-Ahom Assam : A survey/D.K. Ganguly 6. Graeco-Roman Sources for the Reconstruction of Assam History/P.C. Sarma 7. Monoliths as a Source of Mizo History/J.V. Hluna 8. Sculpture as a Source of Social Life (With Special Reference to the Sculptures of Guwahati)/Paromita Das 9. Sculptures of Assam from Earliest Time to Twelfth Century AD/Nishipad Dev Choudhury 10. Historical Significance of the Sculpture at Unakoti/R.D. Choudhury 11. Folklore as a Source of History of North-East India/Anima Choudhury 12. Oral Sources of Mizo History/Sangkima 13. The Saga of Chao-Lung Siu-Ka-Pha as Depicted in DHAS Manuscripts Nos. 2 and 34/Romesh Buragohain 14. Hagiographies as Historical Sources : The Carita-Puthis of Assam/Radha Das 15. Tripura Buranji-a Source of Historical Geography of North-East India/I.S. Mumtaza 16. A Brief Note on the Manipuri Historical and Cultural Materials Available in Some British Museums/N. Lokendra 17. The Manipur Puyas/Rena Laisram 18. Indigenous Literacy Sources of the History of Manipur/N. Joykumar Singh 19. Sources of the History of Precolonial Tripura/Mahadev Chakravarti 20. Medieval Persian Sources of the History of North-East India : A Brief Survey/F.A. Qadri 21. Pemberton`s Report : Trade and Trade-Routes Between Assam and its Neighbourhood/Priyam Goswami 22. Reconstructing the History of the Nepalis in Assam : A Look Into the Sources/Lopita Nath 23. Anandaram Dhekial Phukan`s `Observations on the Administration of the Province of Assam` - A Classic Document of Rewriting the Social History of Modern Assam/S.D. Goswami 24. Sources of the History of the Khasi-Jaintias in Libraries and Archives in the United Kingdom/David R. Syiemlieh 25. Sources of Labour History of North-East India/Dipankar Banerjee 26. From the Margins : An Overview of the Alternative Sources on the History of North-East India/Indira Baptista Gupta 27. Dr. Fraser`s Crusade and Bawi-Correspondences 1909-1923 : Sources of Social History of the Lushai Hills District of Assam/Ranju Bezbaruah 28. An Analysis of American Baptist Missionary Sources for History Writing in North-East India/Sheila Bora Printed Pages: 304. Bookseller Inventory # 3354

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Gangawane, L V & V C Khilare eds

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, 2007. Hard back. Book Condition: New. xix+277p., col. plts., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm, Now a days maintaining the health environment on the surface of the earth has been essential. The scientist has evaluated various methods and now it has been possible to manage the environmental pollution. In this context the present volume includes the recent technologies for the management of environment in different directions. The volume ?Sustainable Environmental Management? consists of 30 review articles on different aspects of environmental studies by well-known international scientists, which also provide guidelines to pathologists, microbiologists, biotechnologists, and other scientists for sustinable environment on this globe. This volume is published in the honour of Dr. Jayashree Deshpande who has continuously worked for the management of environment. Contents Chapter 1: Eco-freindly Alternatives to Pesticides in Management of Soil and Tuber Borne Diseases of Potato in Organic Farming by R K Arora and Jyotsana Sharma; Chapter 2: Cellulosic Ethanol: Fuel for the Future? by M M V Baig and S S Wadje; Chapter 3: Soft Rot of Garlic Caused by Geotrichum candium L Pathogenesis: Biochemical Changes and Control by B Bhadraiah and P Rama Rao; Chapter 4: Role of Air-borne Fungi in the Biodeterioration of Buddhist Paintings in Ajanta Caves by Brahmanand Deshpande and L V Gangawane; Chapter 5: Environmental Protection: A Case Study on the Highly Polluted Major Lakes of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh by S V A Chandrasekhar; Chapter 6: Some Facts Regarding the Mangroves of Maharashtra by N S Chavan, M V Gokhale and A B Telave; Chapter 7: Emperical Relations for Eco-Labeling of Agricultural Farms by V A S Daniel and S B Wagh; Chapter 8: Impact of Distillery Effluents on Water and Soil Quality by Jayashree Deshpande and V S Lomte; Chapter 9: Environmental Issues: Herbal Pharamaceutical Industries by D M Dharmadhikari and A P Vanerkar; Chapter 10: Rhizosphere and Rhizoplane Mycoflora Under the Influence of Deprotenized Leaf Jice of Lucerne by D A Doiphode and A M Mungikar; Chapter 11: Role of Nitrogen Fixing Microorganism in Bioremediation of Salt Affected Soils by L V Gangawane; Chapter 12: Sewage Irrigation and Soil Microorganism by P N Jadhav and L V Gangawane; Chapter 13: Biodegradation of Legnin Sub-structure Model Compounds by Penicillium S R Joshi and S A Dutta; Chapter 14: Some Considerations on Genetically Modified Organisms and Aquatic Biodiversity by G D Khedkar and A S Ninawe; Chapter 15: Environmental Impacts on Fish Germplasm by G D Khedkar; Chapter 16: Municipal Solid and Hazardous Waste Management: A Review by V C Khilare and L V Gangawane; Chapter 17: Pesticide Threat and Biotechnological Remedies by G K Kulkarni; Chapter 18: Importance of VAM Fungal Diversity on Forest Tree Species in a Deciduous Forest by H C Lakshman; Chapter 19: Distribution, Density and Diversity of Primary Producers in Thane Creek Waters by V W Lande and J P Kotangale; Chapter 20: Assessment of Biomass as Energy Resource by S Mande and S B Wagh; Chapter 21: Mitosporic Fungi and their Importance by C Manoharachary and B Bhadraiah; Chapter 22: Environment and its Global Issues by B N Pande; Chapter 23: Nutrient Reduction through Utilization of Bio-indicators: A Case Study of a Tropical Lake by S Pani, A Dubey and S M Misra; Chapter 24: Biocontrol Potential of Trichoderms: A Review by S S Patale and D S Mukadam; Chapter 25: Oceanography as Environment by S K Patel; Chapter 26: Ecological Studies of Leaf Litter Fungi of Citrus aurantium by Ch Ramesh and K C Raju; Chapter 27: Environmental Protection in Relationk to Vipassana Meditation by J S Sarkar; Chapter 28: Urbanization: A Worlwide Problem by Nilima Wahegaonkar; Chapter 29: Transition from Hydrocarbon to Hydrogen: Global Initiatives to Harness Green Energy by A Yogamoorrthi; Chapter 30: Biotechnoloy in Environment Management by S R Wate and S Bodkhe. Bookseller Inventory # 022209

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William John Ritchie Simpson

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 Excerpt: .butyrorefractometer is largely used in the first step in assorting the samples for analyses. Those that do not conform to the test are set aside for further examination. To prepare the sample for the butyro-refractometer it is melted over a water-bath and filtered. The ghee is then tested. The testing is effected with the ghee in the butyrorefractometer at a temperature of 40-5 C. At this temperature the readings for pure ghee are from 410 to 42-5. Any sample giving a reading of 43 is regarded with suspicion, and any above 440 as adulterated. Mohua oil from the market shows a reading of 500; lard, 48 5 to 49?; cocoanut oil, 350; castor oil, 68; and ground nut oil, 5i To make a reading the prisms of the refractometer are opened, and a drop of filtered ghee is placed on the lower prism. The prisms are then closed, and a reading taken when the temperature is at 40-5. Experiments carried on by Dr. Dutta in Calcutta show that pure ghee adulterated with 20 per cent. of ground nut oil gave a reading of 43-5, while adulteration with 10 per cent. of the oil gave 430. No difference is observed in the reading between cow s ghee and buffalo s ghee. Suspected samples are examined further if there is a laboratory, first by the Amagat and Jean oleo-refractometer, which when set at zero with the standard oil supplied with the instrument, gives a reading to the right or left, according to the kind of filtered oil or fat placed in its hollow or inner prism. Vegetable oils and fats rotate to the right, animal fats and oils to the left. (Cocoa-nut oil rotates to the left some 590.) Ghee gives a reading of--300 to--35. The temperature of the ghee in the refractometer should be maintained at 45 C., and in melting it the temperature should not be raised above 300 C. All the anima. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781130340518

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Item Description: RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 112 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 Excerpt: . . . butyrorefractometer is largely used in the first step in assorting the samples for analyses. Those that do not conform to the test are set aside for further examination. To prepare the sample for the butyro-refractometer it is melted over a water-bath and filtered. The ghee is then tested. The testing is effected with the ghee in the butyrorefractometer at a temperature of 40-5 C. At this temperature the readings for pure ghee are from 410 to 42-5. Any sample giving a reading of 43 is regarded with suspicion, and any above 440 as adulterated. Mohua oil from the market shows a reading of 500; lard, 485 to 49; cocoanut oil, 350; castor oil, 68; and ground nut oil, 5i To make a reading the prisms of the refractometer are opened, and a drop of filtered ghee is placed on the lower prism. The prisms are then closed, and a reading taken when the temperature is at 40-5. Experiments carried on by Dr. Dutta in Calcutta show that pure ghee adulterated with 20 per cent. of ground nut oil gave a reading of 43-5, while adulteration with 10 per cent. of the oil gave 430. No difference is observed in the reading between cows ghee and buffalos ghee. Suspected samples are examined further if there is a laboratory, first by the Amagat and Jean oleo-refractometer, which when set at zero with the standard oil supplied with the instrument, gives a reading to the right or left, according to the kind of filtered oil or fat placed in its hollow or inner prism. Vegetable oils and fats rotate to the right, animal fats and oils to the left. (Cocoa-nut oil rotates to the left some 590. ) Ghee gives a reading of--300 to--35. The temperature of the ghee in the refractometer should be maintained at 45 C. , and in melting it the temperature should not be raised above 300 C. All the anima. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781130340518

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L.V. Gangawane,V.C. Khilare

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. . (illustrator). . Now a days maintaining the health environment on the surface of the earth has been essential. The scientist has evaluated various methods and now it has been possible to manage the environmental pollution. In this context the present volume includes the recent technologies for the management of environment in different directions.;The volume Sustainable Environmental Management consists of 30 review articles on different aspects of environmental studies by well-known international scientists, which also provide guidelines to pathologists, microbiologists, biotechnologists, and other scientists for sustinable environment on this globe. This volume is published in the honour of Dr. Jayashree Deshpande who has continuously worked for the management of environment.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Eco-freindly Alternatives to Pesticides in Management of Soil and Tuber Borne Diseases of Potato in Organic Farming by R K Arora and Jyotsana Sharma; Chapter 2: Cellulosic Ethanol: Fuel for the Future? by M M V Baig and S S Wadje; Chapter 3: Soft Rot of Garlic Caused by Geotrichum candium L Pathogenesis: Biochemical Changes and Control by B Bhadraiah and P Rama Rao; Chapter 4: Role of Air-borne Fungi in the Biodeterioration of Buddhist Paintings in Ajanta Caves by Brahmanand Deshpande and L V Gangawane; Chapter 5: Environmental Protection: A Case Study on the Highly Polluted Major Lakes of Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh by S V A Chandrasekhar; Chapter 6: Some Facts Regarding the Mangroves of Maharashtra by N S Chavan, M V Gokhale and A B Telave; Chapter 7: Emperical Relations for Eco-Labeling of Agricultural Farms by V A S Daniel and S B Wagh; Chapter 8: Impact of Distillery Effluents on Water and Soil Quality by Jayashree Deshpande and V S Lomte; Chapter 9: Environmental Issues: Herbal Pharamaceutical Industries by D M Dharmadhikari and A P Vanerkar; Chapter 10: Rhizosphere and Rhizoplane Mycoflora Under the Influence of Deprotenized Leaf Jice of Lucerne by D A Doiphode and A M Mungikar; Chapter 11: Role of Nitrogen Fixing Microorganism in Bioremediation of Salt Affected Soils by L V Gangawane; Chapter 12: Sewage Irrigation and Soil Microorganism by P N Jadhav and L V Gangawane; Chapter 13: Biodegradation of Legnin Sub-structure Model Compounds by Penicillium S R Joshi and S A Dutta; Chapter 14: Some Considerations on Genetically Modified Organisms and Aquatic Biodiversity by G D Khedkar and A S Ninawe; Chapter 15: Environmental Impacts on Fish Germplasm by G D Khedkar; Chapter 16: Municipal Solid and Hazardous Waste Management: A Review by V C Khilare and L V Gangawane; Chapter 17: Pesticide Threat and Biotechnological Remedies by G K Kulkarni; Chapter 18: Importance of VAM Fungal Diversity on Forest Tree Species in a Deciduous Forest by H C Lakshman; Chapter 19: Distribution, Density and Diversity of Primary Producers in Thane Creek Waters by V W Lande and J P Kotangale; Chapter 20: Assessment of Biomass as Energy Resource by S Mande and S B Wagh; Chapter 21: Mitosporic Fungi and their Importance by C Manoharachary and B Bhadraiah; Chapter 22: Environment and its Global Issues by B N Pande; Chapter 23: Nutrient Reduction through Utilization of Bio-indicators: A Case Study of a Tropical Lake by S Pani, A Dubey and S M Misra; Chapter 24: Biocontrol Potential of Trichoderms: A Review by S S Patale and D S Mukadam; Chapter 25: Oceanography as Environment by S K Patel; Chapter 26: Ecological Studies of Leaf Litter Fungi of Citrus aurantium by Ch Ramesh and K C Raju; Chapter 27: Environmental Protection in Relationk to Vipassana Meditation by J S Sarkar; Chapter 28: Urbanization: A Worlwide Problem by Nilima Wahegaonkar; Chapter 29: Transition from Hydrocarbon to Hydrogen: Global Initiatives to Harness Green Energy by A Yogamoorrthi; Chapter 30: Biotechnoloy in Environment Management by S R Wate and S Bodkhe. Printed Pages: 296. Bookseller Inventory # 57226

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Item Description: BSI. Paperback. Book Condition: As New. Contents: 1. A revision of Croton L. (Euphorbiaceae) for Indian subcontinent/T. Chakrabarty and N.P. Balakrishnan. 2. Wood-rotting fungi ( Aphyllophorales) from Sikkim/J.R. Sharma. 3. Observations on the utilisation of forest plants by the tribals of point Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu/P. Balasubramanian. 4. Ethnobotanical data from the herbarium of Botanical Survey of India, Central Circle, Allahabad/K.K. Khanna and V. Mudgal. 5. Type collections in the herbarium (PBL) of Botanical Survey of India, Andaman and Nicobar Circle, Port Blair/P. Lakshminarasimhan and S.K. Srivastava. 6. Dr. Augustine Henry's type collections in the Central National Herbarium (CAL)-Pteridophytes-Part-I/M.C. Biswas and T.K. Paul. 7. Pollen characterization of rock bee honeys from the deciduous forest of West Godavari district, A.P./C.G.K. Ramanujam and Khatija Fatima. 8. The identity of Stachytarpheta indica Auct. Non (L.)Vahl (Verbenaceae)/A. Rajendran and P. Daniel. 9. A new species of Premna L. (Verbenaceae) from Southern India/A. Rajendran and P. Daniel. 10. Premna debiana Rajendran and Daniel (Verbenaceae) - a new species from Northeastern India/A. Rajendran and P. Daniel. 11. Diospyros pilosula Wallich Ex Hiern var. Andamanensis Jayaraman and Nayar var. nov. ( Ebenaceae) from the Andamans/Uma Jayaraman and M.P. Nayar. 12. Mantisia saltatoria Sims versus Globba radicalis Roxb. (Zingiberaceae)/D.P. Dam, N. Dam and R.M. Dutta. 13. Taxonomy of algae of river Hooghly/B.C. Sabata and M.P. Nayar. 14. Indian specimens of Alsophila henryi Bak. represent a new 238 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 46510

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B N Pandey and G K Kulkarni

Published by APH, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8131300420 ISBN 13: 9788131300428

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Item Description: APH, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Prebiotics and probiotics progress and application a review/G.R. Bharaswadkar P.P. Joshi and G.K. Kulkarni. 2. Diversity abundance and foraging activity of insect pollinators on Pyrus Communis. Linn/Neelam Mattu R.M. Sharma V.K. Mattu and Minakshi Sharma. 3. Biodiversity and present status of Avifauna in and around the mangroves of Akshi Creek Alibaug/S.K. Yeragi and S.S. Yeragi. 4. Biodiversity of Molluses from tribal zone of Nandurbar district/S.R. Magare. 5. Diversity of some selected species of Coleopterans at two distinct habitats/Rashmi Srivastava Sunita Dutta and Abhijit Datta. 6. Biodiversity of Dragonflies (Odonata) from Kyona Dam and around area/Faran Shinde and T.V. Same. 7. Biodiversity of Aplids (Order Hemiptera) from Satara district including Western Ghats/B.V. Yadhav and T.V. Sathe. 8. Present status biodiversity and species distribution of mangrove forests of Akshi Creek Alibaug/S.G. Yeragi and S.S. Yeragi. 9. Insect diversity in Pathan Region (M.S.)/A.K. Khan Nayab Ansari and Mirza S. Sarwat. 10. The birds of Lake Morana District Sangli (M.S.) in India/M.R. Abdar S.R. Patil and B.V. Yadhav. 11. Bird diversity and status in Tara Devi Shimla Himachal Pradesh/M.L. Thakur V.K. Mattu and R.M. Sharma. 12. Ecological niche modelling for a forest floor ecosystem/Kavita Choudhary and B.K. Sinha. 13. Dalmia Wildlife Sanctuary with reference to Bishu Sendra an overview/M.C. Mahata and Kalpana Mahata. 14. Tiger poaching and trade in Asia an overview/S.K. Upadhya Sarfaraz Ali and K.B. Sharma. 15. Feeding behaviour of Blackbug in Gangetic Plain of Bihar (Bovidae Artiodacytla)/K.B. Sharma Anumeha and K.M. Khan. 16. Zooplankton study from newly developed tank in Shivaje University Campus Kolhapur/M.B. Mule and S.S. Kharade. 17. Physico chemical characteristic of a Semi Permanent Pond at Baran (Rajasthan) India/Prahlad Dube. 18. Seasonal variation of Zooplankton population of Shirsatwadi Reservoir from Pathardi Tehsil Dist. Ahmedabad (M.S.)/A.G. Wajulkar and C.J. Hiware. 19. Carbon monoxide population in India and its effect on the health of human being/D.K. Keshri. 20. Acute toxicity of Delfin to fresh water Bivalve Corbicula Straitella/R.D. Patil and V.S. Lomte. 21. Total protein alteration in different tissues of fresh water Bivalve Corbicula after Delfin exposure/R.D. Patil and V.M. Lomte. 22. Habitat conservation in Gautam Buddha Wild Life Sanctuary Gaya (Bihar) India/Anil Kumar. Index. The present book entitled Biodiversity and Environment comprises 22 articles pertaining to this discipline. This book is basically a proceeding of the 16 All India Congress of Zoology held from 21 23 October 2005 at Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad (M.S.). The articles have been written by well known experts and researchers in their respective field. This book will be very useful for the students teachers and researchers in this field and it can also be used as a standard reference book. 246 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 62270

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Suresh Chandra Dwivedi and Shubha Dwivedi

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Item Description: Vista Internaitonal, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Editor's note/Suresh Chandra Dwivedi. 2. Mahendra Bhatnagar a prosilient poet of optimism and certitude/Anita Myles. 3. Dr. Mahendra Bhatnagar an avant grade poet/Purnima Ray. 4. Dr. Mahendra Bhatnagar a poet/Kedar Nath Sharma. 5. Dr. Mahendra Bhatnagar the poet and his poetry a point of view/H.C. Gupta. 6. Voice of faith in the poetry of Mahendra Bhatnagar/Mahashweta Chaturvedi. 7. A progressive humanist poet Mahendra Bhatnagar/P. Jayaraman. 8. Dr. Mahendra Bhatnagar the man and his works/Lakshmi Shankar Sharma. 9. Forty Poems a preface/Vidya Niwas Mishra. 10. A poet of life love light and landscape/Ramdeo Acharya. 11. Motivational strains in After The Forty Poems/Shaleen Kumar Singh. 12. A gifted Hindi poet Mahendra Bhatnagar/Gupteshwar Prasad. 13. Exuberance and Other Poems/R.S. Sharma. 14. Prolific Hindi poet Mahendra Bhatnagar/N.P. Singh. 15. Appealing poetry [Dr. Mahendra Bhatnagar's Poetry]/Narendra Sharma Kusum. 16. The motif of death in the poetry of Mahendra Bhatnagar an assessment/D.C. Chambial. 17. Death Perception Life Perception a dialectical study/Purnima Ray. 18. Dr. Mahendra Bhatnagar's Death Perception Life Perception an analysis/Jaya Lakshmi Rao. 19. Death in the poetry of Mahendra Bhatnagar/D. Murali Manohar. 20. Revealing reflections on death and life/Atma Ram. 21. A critical explication of Mahendra Bhatnagar's Passion and Compassion/Anita Myles. 22. Mahendra Bhatnagar's Passion and Compassion A Pilgrimage of the Heart/O.P. Mathur. 23. Passion and Compassion poetry blended with super sense and perception/Purnima Ray. 24. Mahendra Bhatnagar's Compassionate passion in Passion and Compassion/Shaleen Kumar Singh. 25. Passion and Compassion a review/B.C. Dwivedy. 26. Poems That Ever Haunt [Passion and Compassion]/Narendra Sharma Kusum. 27. Hope Turning Pearls the vision of new and better world in the poetry of Mahendra Bhatnagar/Shaleen Kumar Singh. 28. Poems For a Better World/Kalpna Rajput. 29. The poetic journey of Dr. Mahendra Bhatnagar [Poems For A Better World]/Aju Mukhopadhyay. 30. Poems of Hope [Poems For a Better World]/Ashok Khanna. 31. Poems For a Better World/Atma Ram. 32. Mahendra Bhatnagar a poet of passion and compassion/Ram Sharma. 33. Mahendra Bhatnagar the poet/ a critique of his later poems/A.K. Chaturvedi. 34. A Handful of Light Ushering in light and life/Atma Ram. 35. Lyric Lute a foreword/Moh Dutta Sathi. 36. The poet as critical inside/Shubha Dwivedi. Appendices. Dr. Mahendra Bhatnagar is one of the significant post independence voices in Hindi and Indian English Poetry expressing the lyricism and pathos aspirations and yearnings of the modern Indian intellect. Rooted deep into the Indian soil his poems reflect not only the moods of a poet but of a complex age. 250 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 64998

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Partha Kumar Mukhopadhyay

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8176258091 ISBN 13: 9788176258098

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Item Description: Sarup, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Alternative communities Utopia and Dystopia in Massinger and Fletcher's The Sea Voyage/Julie Sutherland. 2. Three men in the boat of damnation Dr. Faustus Macbeth and Mistah Kurtz/V.M. Madge. 3. Closet Drama the romantic poets as dramatists/O.P. Mathur. 4. Why Shylock/Sudeshna Kar Barua. 5. Magic realism and dialogism in Macbeth and the Tempest a postmodernist consideration/Ketaki Datta. 6. A critical study of the title of Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts as a signpost for the meaning of the text/Meenakshi Raman. 7. Medieval Christian ideas and women aspects of Middle English Poetry/Partha Kumar Mukhopadhyay. 8. Apollo's Prophets Michael Drayton's Creation of Poetic Personae/Sukanya Dasgupta. 9. Mighty Prophet Seer Blest/N. Sharada Iyer. 10. Ode to a nightingale an exploration in relation to Keat's Life/D.C. Chambial. 11. Lucrezia Del Fede The Arch Femme Fatale/Veana Tambe. 12. Elements or social concern and absurdity in the non sense poetry of the late Victorian Period/Sreeradha Banerjee. 13. Social critique in Dickens and Reynolds a comparative study/Anuradha Mazumder. 14. Marlow in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness/B.S. Korde. 15. Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness a postcolonial reading/Asit K. Biswas. 16. Tess Wronged Innocent or Little Harlot/Rituparna Datta Roy. 17. Coetzees's Youth and Dicken's David Copper field an experiment in time and space/Ketaki Dutta. 18. Charles Dickens Oliver Twist anatomy of crime criminal and social problems in Nineteenth Century (Victorian) England/Sutapa Bhattacharya. 19. A study of the self in the novels of the Bronte Sisters/Piyali Das. 20. Joyce's style and techniques in Dubliners/Tapati Talukdar. 21. Development of renaissance of humanism/Tisha Roy. 22. Wish fulfillment de eroticizes and de sublimes instinctual urges The Play Streetcar Named Desire by Tennesse Williams/Jayshree Singh. 23. Travelogues and their destinations/Debarati Datta. Index. In recent times critics are found exploring various aspects of English Literature in the light of some modern critical theories like post modernism structuralism and post colonialism for bringing out the underlying shades of meanings of the texts comparable to spectrums with multiple appearances and appeals. This book of twenty three critical articles on literary woks of English Literature studies their merits as literary creations from various angles and perspective some of which embrace the critical theories prevalent in our time. The articles penned by eminent academicians and scholars attempt to bring into focus some notable works of various genres like drama poetry novel and prose writings and in the process the critics have thoroughly explored some famous works of Marlowe Shakespeare Fletcher Massinger Drayton Wordsworth Keats Dickens and Joyce for offering their insightful discourses on several aspects of a literature with a rich heritage. This Anthology thus expects to engage the interests of scholars students and teachers in the rich web of English Literature radiating delightful spectrums that demand constant attention and evaluations from all. 304 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 67720

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Ehsanul Haq and Sudhir Kumar Singh

Published by Authorspress, Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8172732538 ISBN 13: 9788172732530

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Item Description: Authorspress, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. Population and sustainable development 1. Sustainable population and sustainability of socio economic development in India some methodological issues/Ehsanul Haq. 2. Sustainable development what is the crux/P.K. Chaubey. 3. Problems of population and sustainable development in India/J.P. Singh. II. Population environment and development 4. Issues in population planning sustainable development and environment/Sudesh Nangia. 5. Population growth in Delhi and sustainable development are there limits to growth/Anuradha Banerjee. 6. Development and demographic change in Punjab concerns for sustainability/Jasmeet Sandhu. III. Peoples participation reproductive and child health care and development 7. Empowering the underserved RCH intervention in urban slums/K.C. Kaistha. 8. Abolition of child labour through sustainable development/Aradhana Yadav. 9. Assessing participation in a development project for sustainability/Debasis Bhattacharya. IV. Institution of Panchayati Raj social security investment and development 10. Panchayati Raj institutions and sustainable development in India/Sudhir Kumar Singh and Ragvendra Kumar Singh. 11. Foreign direct investment environment and sustainable development/Fatemeh Mohammadi. 12. Population sustainable development food and environmental security in India/Krishan Gopal. V. Migration social change and development 13. Migration of tribal women from Jharkhand demographic and developmental issues/Vinita Singh. 14. Women's work and employment towards sustainable development/Mondira Dutta. 15. Population of Indian migrants in the Gulf a boon or bane from the viewpoint of sustainable development/Anisur Rahman. 16. Interstate migration as counterproductive to cultural sustainability a case study of migrant population in Assam/S.K. Gupta. VI. Science technology and sustainable development 17. Population control and organic agriculture a key to achieve sustainable development/G.C. Mishra. 18. Population genetics as a tool for health and sustainable environment/Uttam Pati. Bibliography. Index. The book titled Population and Sustainable Development in India edited by Prof. Ehsanul Haq and Dr. S.K. Singh covers a popular theme. It is an attempt to examine the relationship between population and sustainable development. It broadly deals with the twin problems of overpopulation and underdevelopment to which most developing societies are confronted with. These problems are relative and affect each other. The papers of this book touch upon almost every aspect of these two interlinked problems. The aspects covered in this volume are the cultural sustainability and overpopulation the environmental problems of population interlinkages between population natural resources living standards and technology demographic changes and sustainable development proper use of vast natural and human resources impact of overseas migration on sustainability of development population planning sustainable development and environment impact of developmental projects on the underserved population reinforcement of inequality in the distribution of resources through the kind of development taking place role of local institutions in dealing with the problems of overpopulation and underdevelopment control of population as a key factor in achieving the sustainable development population growth and sustainable health. These aspects discussed in the volume make the study meaningful and valuable. 332 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 57955

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Published by GSI, Kolkata (2001)

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Item Description: GSI, Kolkata, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents I. Theme Geoenvironmental studies Geohazards cyclone flood mass wasting earthquake desertification and land degradation 1. Application of fractals in seismology A case study in North East India/Pankaj Mala Bhattacharya. 2. Great boundary fault in Agra and Mathura areas a reinterpretation and its seismic implications/E.A. Khan and S.P. Bhartiya. 3. Geohazards of Lalitpur district in Bundelkhand region Uttar Pradesh/S.K. Anand. 4. An appraisal of natural resources and geoenvironmental hazards of Ganga Yamuna interfluve Uttar Pradesh/Surendra Prasad Ghanshyam Singh and V.C. Srivastava. 5. Sediment source mapping in the study of geohazards due to Jiadhal river Dhemaji district Assam/Yogendra Deva. 6. Molluscs and Ostracodes as pollution indicators in Gomti river/Anil K. Mathur Sunshil Kumar V.P. Singh and Vibhuti Rai. 7. Recent geological anomalies in Kerala region and their relevance to seismicity/M.M. Nair and M.P. Muraleedharan. 8. Space based early warning system to understand seismotectonics/Saumitra Mukherjee. 9. Need for researches for hazard zonation of landslide and earthquake/R.B. Sharan. 10. Unravelling recent crustal movements of the western marginal Gangetic Alluvial plains a computer aided geomorphic approach/M.N. Mishra Arvind Misra and L.L. Vishwakarma. 11. Rapid assessment of landslide hazard zonation a fast track approach/M. Raju. 12. Geohazards a study of the November 1996 cyclone of Godavari delta Andhra coast/M.V. Subba Rao and D.R. Kameshwar. 13. Stability problem of Mangan town North Sikkim an analysis/N. Das Shyamal Sinha L.P. Singh and Amareshwar Dutta. 14. Landslide hazard zonation along upper Beas Valley Kullu district H.P./Inder Singh and S.K. Kulshrestha. 15. Seismotectonic evaluation of Orissa/Om Prakash P.K. Panda and M.S. Ummar. 16. Seismotectonic status of Moradabad district U.P./V.N. Bajpai I.P. Bajpai Shyam Narayan and Gyan Chand. 17. Problem of landslide/mass movement in parts of Sikkim Himalaya a discussion/G.C. Kandpal A. Dutta and R.K. Roy. 18. Assessment of active faults and lineaments in Kutch and saurashtra regions of Gujarat a post 26 January earthquake study/Z.G. Ghevariya and B.K. Sahu. 19. Geological hazards in major river valley projects of Northeast India/R.G. Sinha. 20. Development of landslide at Udhampur end portal of tunnel 1 Udhampur Katra broad gauge railway line/B.D. Malbarna and G.S. Manhas. 21. Impact of geohazards on the construction of Nathpa Jhakri hydel project NW Himalaya/S. Kumar and Ashok Kumar. 22. Delhi Strong Motion Accelerograph (DSMA) network a national facility/Y. Pandey R. Dharmaraju P.K.S. Chauhan S.K. Srivastava and Pradeep Kumar. 23. Role of geomorphology in landuse planning a study from super cyclone affected areas of Jagatsinghpur district Orissa/K.C. Das. 24. A reappraisal of geomorphology of Delhi Union Territory and its relevance to the environmental potential of the region/Shishir S. Srivastava. II. Risk assessment Surface groundwater and air pollution 25. Assessment of ground water pollution due to urbanisation and industrialisation in Singrauli area a case study/S. Mukherjee and D.S. Pandey. 26. Evaluation of pollution around Vanivilas sugar factory and distillery near Hiriyur Karnataka/N.R. Ramesh and S.G. Udhoji. 27. Soil contamination due to toxic metals in Bolaram industrial area Andhra Pradesh/P.K. Govil and A.K. Krishna. 28. Sustainability of road communication in fragile environment of North Eastern India a case study/R.K. Avasthy. 29. An approach to meet the challenge of unpredictable hydrology in small catchments with reference to Kandi watershed area Punjab/Y.P. Sharda and J. Bagchi. 30. Geochemical investigation of water samples under DOVEMAP project in Dharur and Kaij talukas Beed district Maharashtra/V.W. Khangan N.V. Nitnaware V.D. Bhole M. Sinha and V.M. Parate. 31. Chloride in shallow coastal wells in Kanyakumari district Tamil Nadu/P. Charles D. Mony. 32. Fluoride pollution in groundwater and related ill effects with geomorp. Bookseller Inventory # 61256

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William John Ritchie Simpson

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ISBN 10: 1130340511 ISBN 13: 9781130340518

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 Excerpt: .butyrorefractometer is largely used in the first step in assorting the samples for analyses. Those that do not conform to the test are set aside for further examination. To prepare the sample for the butyro-refractometer it is melted over a water-bath and filtered. The ghee is then tested. The testing is effected with the ghee in the butyrorefractometer at a temperature of 40-5 C. At this temperature the readings for pure ghee are from 410 to 42-5. Any sample giving a reading of 43 is regarded with suspicion, and any above 440 as adulterated. Mohua oil from the market shows a reading of 500; lard, 48 5 to 49?; cocoanut oil, 350; castor oil, 68; and ground nut oil, 5i To make a reading the prisms of the refractometer are opened, and a drop of filtered ghee is placed on the lower prism. The prisms are then closed, and a reading taken when the temperature is at 40-5. Experiments carried on by Dr. Dutta in Calcutta show that pure ghee adulterated with 20 per cent. of ground nut oil gave a reading of 43-5, while adulteration with 10 per cent. of the oil gave 430. No difference is observed in the reading between cow s ghee and buffalo s ghee. Suspected samples are examined further if there is a laboratory, first by the Amagat and Jean oleo-refractometer, which when set at zero with the standard oil supplied with the instrument, gives a reading to the right or left, according to the kind of filtered oil or fat placed in its hollow or inner prism. Vegetable oils and fats rotate to the right, animal fats and oils to the left. (Cocoa-nut oil rotates to the left some 590.) Ghee gives a reading of--300 to--35. The temperature of the ghee in the refractometer should be maintained at 45 C., and in melting it the temperature should not be raised above 300 C. All the anima. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781130340518

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Kailash Satyarthi and Bupinder Zutshi

Published by Shipra, Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8175412690 ISBN 13: 9788175412699

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

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S B Verma and Shiva Kumar Singh

Published by Deep and Deep, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8176295671 ISBN 13: 9788176295673

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Item Description: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Economic reforms development and environment protection 1. Impact of economic reforms on environment protection/M. Kamal Naidu. 2. Economic reforms and environment/O.P. Shukla. 3. Environmental protection/Sawalia Bihari Verma and Shiva Kumar Singh. 4. Environmental challenges and sustainable future/Gopal Bhargava. 5. Protection of environment and promotion of development/T.V. Murali Vallabhan. 6. Environmental issues in developed and developing economics/K.A. Rasure. 7. WTO challenges and dilemmas of environmental protection/A. Talapatra. 8. Environment development and occupational problems/H. Mahadevan. II. Government intervention cooperatives and NGOs 9. Environmental pollution and governmental intervention/Hadi Ghaffari. 10. Environment protection through NGOs and local community/I. Sundar. 11. Environment protection and the tenth plan/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 12. Role of cooperatives in environment protection/U.M. Shah. III. Population growth and women's participation 13. World population growth and environmental problems/P.V. Nishanth and Anindita Mitra. 14. Population explosion and its effect on environment/C.R. Dutta. 15. Women as agents in the environment conservation/Paramita Majumdar. 16. Women and ecological development meeting the challenge/Alka Srivastava. 17. Women's participation in improvement of environment and urban utilities in slums/Sabir Ali. 18. Environmental impact on child personality development/Sujay Mitra. 19. Woman and health role of internal environment/K. Vijanthimala. 20. Women environment and sustainable rural development/Jagannath Pati. 21. Environment biodiversity women/K. Vijayanti Mala. IV. Industrialisation and urbanisation 22. Environment vis a vis urbanization/M.M. Saxena. 23. Environment vis a vis industrialisation/M.M. Saxena. 24. Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) an overview/K. Sundari. 25. Urban air pollution/S.B. Verma. 26. Environmental friendly biodegradable lubricants/Joseph Toscano. 27. Industrial pollution perspectives/Sazzala Jeevananda Reddy. 28. Urban environment water supply and sanitation/R. Elango and S. Ramachandran. V. Agriculture drought and environment 29. Impact of aquaculture on environment/C.P. Reddy and D.R. Mohanty. 30. Pollution and its mitigation through plants/Kamla Kulshreshtha and A.K. Goel. 31. Environmental cost of modern intensive agriculture/Shivadhar Singh. 32. Organophosphate pesticide and their environmental impact/Gayatri Verma and K.K. Singh. 33. Globalization and its impact on agriculture an environmentalist's view/Sazzala Jeevananda Reddy. 34. Occupational health problems of agricultural workers/K. Kathirvel R. Manian and T. Senthil Kumar. 35. Effect of pollution on fish/Amita Saxena. 36. Water fish and man/Ashutosh Mishra and Abhed Pandey. 37. Drought and environment/S. Jeevananda Reddey. VI. Environmental degradation and protection 38. Lidar remote sensing and environment/S.P.S. Kushwaha and M.D. Behera. 39. Pollution space/Srikanta K. Panigrahi. 40. Environmental holocaust in Himalayan ecosystem and protection/R.D. Gupta and M.R. Khajuria. 41. Environmental degradation and its protection/I. Sundar. 42. Energy auditing tool for cost minimization/Munish M. Malewar. 43. Measuring economic cost of environmental degradation in India/O.P. Shukla. 44. Degenerating sustainability/Anil P. Joshi. 45. Implementation of responsible care in India/S.K. Hazra. 46. Sewage stabilization ponds/M. Shanthala and B.B. Hosetti. 47. Save the soil save the nation/R.D. Gupta. Bibliography. Index. Environment is meant to serve and support human society by providing raw materials and inputs. Unbalanced approaches of the development negligence of environment and natural resources have distorted the picture of production as pollution. The development strategy has to reckon the inextricable link between the poverty reduction and the environmental aspects. The tenth plan therefore marks a paradigm shift as it visualizes that economic growth alone is not the obje. Bookseller Inventory # 56149

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