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Introduction by Hari P. Sharma

Published by Daanish Books, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8189654357 ISBN 13: 9788189654351

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About this Item: Daanish Books, New Delhi, 2007. Soft cover. Condition: New. viii+176pp. Seller Inventory # 226259

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V.D. Chopra

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About this Item: 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. 340 Another meritorious book from a meritorious author, a celebrity in his own right. This volume in a comprehensive collection of enlightening articles penned by the author and published in esteemed journals and periodicals, the world over. The book extensively deals with national and international politics in general and India's foreign policy in particular and has valuable mentional on United Nations. About The Author:- V.D. Chopra, is a noted expert on external affairs and nuclear policy, and a peace Activist. Contents:- Contents, Message of Sri Jaswant Singh, Minister of External Affairs (vii), Preface (ix), Introduction (xi), List of Contributors (xv), 1. Our Democratic Answer to Terrorism 1, —K.R. Narayanan, 2. International Cooperation against Terrorism 7, —Sonia Gandhi, 3. Terrorism and Indo-Pak Conflict on Kashmir 11, —Rajindar Sachar, 4. Terrorism and Human Rights —Hari Swarup 19, 5. United States, Russia and the War against, International Terrorism —B.K. Shrivastava, 6. Will the United States withdraw from Central and, South Asia? —Ge Lide, 7. Terrorism, Cross-Border Terrorism and Global, Terrorism —Satya Pal Dang, 8. An Anatomy of Global Terrorism —Shri Prakash, 9. Cross-Border Terrorism—Historical Perspective, —Ashwini Kumar, 10. Cross-Border Terrorism—A Critique —Afsir Karim, 11. Cross-Border Terrorism and Border Security Force, —Surindur Singh, 12. The Growing Dimension of Pakistan Inter Services, Intelligence —Chandra B. Khanduri, 13. Role of Narcotics in Promoting Terrorism, —Kshitij Prabha, 27, 41, 45, 53, 61, 79, 99, 107, 115, (vi) Global Challenge of Terrorism, 14. Distortion of Religious Philosophies —V.D. Chopra, 15. On the Concept of Compassion in Islam, —Asghar Ali Engineer, 16. Hindu Religious Revivalism—A Critical Estimate, —V.D. Chopra, 17. Geo-Strategic Importance of Jammu and Kashmir, —V.D. Chopra, 18. Geo-Political and Socio-Economic Causes of, Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir —G.M. Shah, 19. Right of Self-Determination and Kashmir, —V.D. Chopra, 20. Cease-Fire Line, Line of Control and Shimla Agreement, —V.D. Chopra, 21. Strategic Role of Afghanistan —V.D. Chopra, 22. The Maoist Challenge in Nepal —S.D. Muni, 23. Terrorism in Central Asia—An Overview, —Meena Singh Roy, 24. Terrorism in Xinjiang—Chinese Experience, —V.D. Chopra, 25. Significance of Shanghai Forum —V.D. Chopra, 26. Nature of Terrorism in Chechnya —Zafar Imam, 27. International Terrorism : The Case of Chechnya, —Ravi M. Bakaya, 28. The Dynamics of Terrorism in Algeria, —Jagdish P. Sharma, Appendix, Index, 127, 143, 159, 181, 189, 199, 211, 221, 227, 245, 269, 281, 287, 291, 299, 309, 311 The Title 'Global Challenge of Terrorism written/authored/edited by V.D. Chopra', published in the year 2002. The ISBN 9788121208055 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 340 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Gyan Publishing House. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Terrorism / Defence. Language: English. Seller Inventory # 9788121208055

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J.K. Gupta

Published by Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd (1991)

ISBN 10: 817156030X ISBN 13: 9788171560301

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 1991. Hardcover. Condition: New. The town Sirsa is one of the historically prominent ancient towns of North India. It has also been strategically and commercially important throughout history. It has enjoyed the status of the Divisional Headquarters during the Yaudheya Republic and the Pratihar rule and also the District Headquarters from 1838 to 1884 A.D. It was again declared as the District Headquarters on September 1, 1975. The people of the town played a significant role during the uprising of 1857 and the movements and programmes launched by the Khilafat Committee, the Congress, the Nau-Jawan Bharat Sabha, the Congress Socialist Party, the Radical Party, the Arya Samaj and the Sanatan Dharma Sabha. The town made its contribution also in Beopari Satyagraha, the tenancy agitation and the chaprasi-ardali agitation. Besides it, the town was frequently visited by the eminent personalities of the day including Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya, C. Rajgopalachari, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, Sarojini Naidu, Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, Prof. Tarkunde, Aruna Asaf Ali and Desh Bandhu Gupta. The present volume deals with different aspects of the history of the town and highlights 4 distinguished figures of the area.I. Introduction II. The Geo-Physical and Social Profile III. The Antiquity IV. In the Early Medieval Times (1-1526 A.D.) V. During the Medieval Times (1526-182 A.D.) VI. Under the British East India Company VII. Restoration of the Town VIII. The Uprising of 1857 IX. The Town Under the Crown X. Struggle for Freedom (Upto 1929 A.D.) XI. Struggle for Freedom (193-1947 A.D.) XII. Developments in the Post-Independence Era XIII. Distinguished Figures of the Town The Founder, Major Thorseby Pandit Mansha Ram Updeshak Har Narayan Tripathi Shyam Lal ?Satyagrahi? (1878-1957) Doctor Bhupender Nath Roy (1888-197) Luxmi Narain Periwal (1889-1974) Atma Ram Hansiwala (1891-1968) Fateh Chand Nahata (1892-1968) Captain Doctor Murli Manohar (1892-1948) Trilok Chand Jindgar (1899-1968) Vaidya Lekh Ram Sharma (191-1989) Hari Singh Thakur (194-1977) Babu Rameshwar Das Advocate (194-1946) Pandit Sri Ram Sharma (b. 194) Pandit Bhagwat Swarup Sharma (195-1979) Gheru Lal Tantia (b. 196) Chhoge Lal Gupta (199-1985) Arjun Singh Gujar (b. 191) Ganpat Ram Talwaria (b. 191) Mul Chand Khadaria (191-1932) Ch. Sahib Ram (1911-1987) Vaidya Shiv Kumar Sharma (b. 1911) Doctor Shiv Narain Gupta (b. 1911) Badri Prashad Talwaria (b. 1912) Babu Bajrang Das Advocate (1912-1986) Budh Ram Panwari (1912-1975) Ram Kumar Chamaria (b. 1912) Sita Ram Bagla (b. 1913) Chanan Mal Kataliwala (1914-1984) Ch. Devi Lal (b. 1914) Comrade Hardwari Lal Sharma (1916-1966) Madan Mohan Sharma (b. 1916) Vishwanath Mahipal (b. 1917) Principal Nityanand (1917-1989) Sita Ram Salgani (b. 1919) Comrade Jan Mohammed (b. 192) Lila Dhar Dukhi (b. 1922) Pat Ram Varma (b. 1922) Comrade Shankar Lal (1923-1989) Ramesh Chandra Shant ?Shalihas? (b. 1925) Bibliography Index Printed Pages: 288. Seller Inventory # 92899

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Peter Fenner & Purusottama Bilimoria (Eds)

Published by Sri Satguru Publications (1988)

ISBN 10: 8170301238 ISBN 13: 9788170301233

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About this Item: Sri Satguru Publications, 1988. Hardcover. Condition: New. This volume of Essays is presented in Memory of the late Dr Ian Kesarcodi-Watson, a Philosopher with deep, though anguished, Interest in the Traditions of India, and an influential force for the establishment of Religious studies as an Academic discipline, within Australia at least. Ian Kesarcodi-Watson shared a number of other scholarly and intellectual concerns, and in his efforts to address these he impressed and influenced a good number of people who came across him or his works. Several scholars from around the globe were invited to contribute essays treating one or other aspect of the broad range of issues and problems that concern an academic Study of the world`s Religions and the pursuit of philosophy, largely in a cross-cultural context. Students and scholars with any interest in these areas should find the essays informative and thoughtful. The essays have been arranged under the very General headings of Eastern Philosophy and religions, cross-cultural studies, and general philosophy and religion. The collection begins with some reflections on the life and Career of Dr Ian Kesarcodi-Watson (G. Bailey) and ends with an essay entitled "Unravelling the Meanings of Life?" (R. Sylvan & N. Griffin). The editors of this volume, Puru-sottama Bilimoria (Ph D, La Trobe University) and Peter Fenner (Ph D, University of Queensland), undertook some Parts of their graduate studies with Dr Ian Kesarcodi-Watson, and are now lecturers in the School of Humanities at Deakin University, Victoria, Australia. Contents: Bhagavad Gitaors`) Introduction : Random Reflections on Ian Kesarcodi-Watson/Greg Bailey List of Contributors A. EASTERN Philosophy AND Religions : 1. Some Thoughts on the Beginnings of Religion, Philosophy and Culture in the Indian Context/S.S. Barlingay 2. The Jain Doctrine of Syadvada : A Critical Examination of Some Modern Presentations/Arvind Sharma 3. The Study of Speech Sound in Ancient India/M. Gangopadhyay 4. Language and Reality: A Buddhist Approach/Hari Shankar Prasad 5. The Origin and Development of the Peta in Early Buddhism/Peter Masefield 6. Buddhist Thought Reflected in East Asian Landscape Art/L.R. Gates 7. A Study of Buddhist Tantric Hagiography/David R. Templeman 8. Buddhist Attitude Toward Meat-Eating and Non-violence/Tetwatte Rahula 9. An Essay on the Bhagavadgita as an Impediment to the Under- standing of Hinduism/G.M. Bailey 10. A Universe of Feelings/Klaus Klostermaier 11. On the Concept of Vastu in Vaisnava-sahajiya Tradition of Medieval Bengal/Glen A. Hayes 12. Ramakrishna : The Greatest of the Saktas of Bengal ?/M.D. McLean 13. Tagore on Art and Religion/Roy W. Perrett B. CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES IN PHILOSOPHY AND Religion : 14. The Relevance of a Fundamental Mode of Western Philosophy`s Self-Understanding for East-West Philosophy/J.G. Arapura 15. Singular Existential Sentences : Contemporary Philosophy and the Nyaya/J.L. Shaw 16. Dialogue and Monologue/Paul Rule 17. The Convergence of Religions/Ninian Smart 18. Australian Aboriginal Religion in a Comparative Context/Max J. Charlesworth 19. The Personalities of Prakrti-Keys to a Feminist Predicament/Penelope M. Mckibben 20. The Bhagavad Gita and the West/Eric J. Sharpe 21. Buddhism and the Oriental Mind in the Nineteenth Century/Philip Almond 22. A Therapeutic Contextualisation of Buddhist Madhyamika Consequential Analysis/Peter Fenner 23. On Not Having Regards for Fruits : Kant and the Gita/P. AE. Hutchings and P. Bilimoria GENERAL PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION : 24. Evil and Faith/R.L. Franklin 23. The Purpose and Christology of the Fourth Gospel/John Painter 26. Unravelling the Meanings of Life ?/R. Sylvan and N. Griffin Printed Pages: 483. Seller Inventory # 38496

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V.D. Chopra

Published by Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd (2002)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd, 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Rootsref="./books/Jammu-And-Kashmir" Title="Jammu-And-Kashmir">Jammu And Kashmirer 11, 2001 strikes on World Trade Centre in New York and subsequent tragic Events in India-attacks on Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, on Indian Parliament (13 December) and growing trend to cross-border terrorism, the threat to international Peace and stability, of South Asia in particular has assumed a dangerous proportion. In this volume nearly two dozen intellectuals and experts have contributed papers on rise of global terrorism-its strategic, geopolitical, socio-economic and ideological roots. This book brings into sharp focus how global Terrorism has developed into a pyramid with various layers. To demolish this pyramid it is not enough to look at its hard surface of terroristic actions including human bombs. The hard surface needs to be demolished. Let us not make any bones about it. However, from the long-term point of view socio-economic, Political and ideological Roots of this have to be destroyed. This requires a determined political will. This is the main theme of this book. Contents: Message of Sri Jaswant Singh, Minister of External Affairs Preface Introduction List of Contributors 1. Our Democratic Answer to Terrorism/K.R. Narayanan 2. International Cooperation against Terrorism/Sonia Gandhi 3. Terrorism and Indo-Pak Conflict on Kashmir/Rajindar Sachar 4. Terrorism and Human Rights/Hari Swarup 5. United States, Russia and the War against International Terrorism/B.K. Shrivastava 6. Will the United States withdraw from Central and South Asia?/Ge Lide 7. Terrorism, Cross-Border Terrorism and Global Terrorism/Satya Pal Dang 8. An Anatomy of Global Terrorism/Shri Prakash 9. Cross-Border Terrorism - Historical Perspective/Ashwini Kumar 10. Cross-Border Terrorism - A Critique/Afsir Karim 11. Cross-Border Terrorism and Border Security Force/Surindur Singh 12. The Growing Dimension of Pakistan Inter Services Intelligence/Chandra B. Khanduri 13. Role of Narcotics in Promoting Terrorism/Kshitij Prabha 14. Distortion of Religious Philosophies/V.D. Chopra 15. On the Concept of Compassion in Islam/Asghar Ali Engineer 16. Hindu Religious Revivalism-A Critical Estimate/V.D. Chopra 17. Geo-Strategic Importance of Jammu and Kashmir/V.D. Chopra 18. Geo-Political and Socio-Economic Causes of Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir/G.M. Shah 19. Right of Self-Determination and Kashmir/V.D. Chopra 20. Cease-Fire Line, Line of Control and Shimla Agreement/V.D. Chopra 21. Strategic Role of Afghanistan/V.D. Chopra 22. The Maoist Challenge in Nepal/S.D. Muni 23. Terrorism in Central Asia-An Overview/Meena Singh Roy 24. Terrorism in Xinjiang-Chinese Experience/V.D. Chopra 25. Significance of Shanghai Forum/V.D. Chopra 26. Nature of Terrorism in Chechnya/Zafar Imam 27. International Terrorism : The Case of Chechnya/Ravi M. Bakaya 28. The Dynamics of Terrorism in Algeria/Jagdish P. Sharma Printed Pages: 340. Seller Inventory # 41563

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Kulwant Kaur and Baljit S Mann

Published by Knowledge World, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8187966467 ISBN 13: 9788187966463

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About this Item: Knowledge World, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. I. Dynamics of internal politics 1. Governance in South Asia problems and prospects/Baljit S. Mann. 2. Revolt in post colonial Sri Lanka dynamics and implications/Karori Singh. 3. Democracy in Nepal bumpy ground and road blocks/B.C. Upreti. 4. Rise of Islamic fundamentalism in Pakistan an international concern/Surendra Chopra. 5. Struggle for democracy in South Asia case of Bhutan/Mathew Joseph C. 6. Track five diplomacy role of higher education in conflict transformation/Jane E. Schukoske and Manjri Sewak. II. Indo Pakistan relations a paradigm shift 7. Indo Pak relations and SAARC retrospect and prospect/A.S. Narang. 8. Relevance of mediation for India Pakistan peacemaking/P. Sahadevan. 9. Two states in one river basin system conflict to cooperative co existence/Mohd. Tajuddin and Muzaffar Ali. 10. The changing policy of the US in South Asia impact on Indo Pak relations/K.P. Vijaylakshmi. 11. Track two diplomacy in Indo Pak relations problems and prospects/Happymon Jacob. 12. Genesis of Indo Pak dialogue on sidelines of SAARC 2004/Harmeet Singh. III. Security in South Asia need for rethinking 13. South Asian security India Pakistan factor/Karamjit Singh Sidhu. 14. Foreign power involvement and regional security in South Asia a roadmap to peace development and balance of power system/Bishnu Hari Nepal. 15. Impact of Afghanistan crisis on South Asia/Surinder K. Shukla. 16. Energy scenario in South Asia a case study of India's energy policy/Monir Alam. 17. Proliferation of small arms and light weapons in South Asia impact on human security/Kulwant Kaur. IV. Regionalism and regional cooperation 18. Political economy of Indo Pakistan trade relations and SAARC/Ranjit Singh Ghuman. 19. Contours of conflict co operative regimes and critical mass a study of the South Asian region/Anand Aditya. 20. Prospects of regional cooperation through SAFTA an Indian perspective/Jasbir Singh and Aroon Sharma. 21. Regional cooperation in South East Asia lessons for SAARC/Gurmeet Kaur. 22. Regional cooperation in South Asia emerging trends/Parmjit K. Gill. Index. The book South Asia Dynamics of Politics Economy and Security is the outcome of a seminar on conflict and cooperation in South Asia organised by the Department of Political Science University of Jammu Jammu. Numerous scholars from different parts of the country and Nepal attended the seminar and enriched the interactive debate with their comments and observation. South Asia has witnessed cataclysmic changes in internal and external politics which have initiated the process of political economic and social transformation in the region. The structures of governance are being diversified and differentiated yet governance is the least priority. There is an economic transition in the South Asian region. Since 1990s the majority of South Asian countries have introduced globalisation as a measure to address their economic crisis by way of reducing poverty and thus improving governance. Globalisation has accelerated the process of growth but the development is still a mirage the impact of globalisation has not been accompanied by reduction in poverty or improvement in human development through the formation of social capital. The region is suffering from the syndrome of insecurity. Threats to their security are not only from within but also from outside the region. These states are confronted by the conventional and non conventional threats. The non conventional security threats like poverty governance water food energy and environmental security have become more pronounced whereas the hard and undemarcated borders have remained the major source of conflict in the region. The above are some of the issues debated on in great detail which would be of immense use to scholars studying South Asia Departments of Politics and Defence as well as policy makers who will benefit vastly from this valuable collection by eminent specialists. 408 pp. Seller Inventory # 61488

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N C Aery; N S Rathore; M K Katewa and M R Masih

Published by Himanshu Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8179061159 ISBN 13: 9788179061152

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About this Item: Himanshu Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Use of rock phosphate as a phosphatic fertilizer a review/Y.K. Mehta A.K. Verma and M.S. Shaktawat. 2. Need for enrichment of organic manures for sustainable agriculture/C.R. Kulkarni Nitin Deshpande and Sham Rege. 3. Studies on the agronomic effectiveness of rock phosphate as P Fertilizer in weakly alkaline soils/N.C. Aery and D.K. Rana. 4. Phosphate Rich Organic Manure (PROM) an alternative to phosphate fertilizers/U.V.S. Rana. 5. Response of wheat (Triticum Aestivum) to PROM (Phosphate Rich Organic Manure) on farmers fields/M.S. Shaktawat S.K. Kumawat and D.S. Rathore. 6. Production of Phosphate Rich Organic Manure (PROM) from press mud and distillery waste and its agronomic evaluation as a substitute of phosphatic fertilizer in rice wheat and cabbage crops/U.V.S. Rana Abhishek and Kuldip Singh. 7. Evaluation of agronomic effectiveness of Phosphate Rich Organic Manures on seed yield and nutrient content of clusterbean [Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (Linn.) Taub.]/R.B. Khandelwal M.L. Kothari and D.K. Pareek. 8. Effect of phosphorus sources with and without FYM on soybean mustard cropping in calcareous soils/D.D. Sharma M.S. Shaktawat S.K. Kumawat and Y. Mehta. 9. Agronomic evaluation of composted and vermicomposted High Grade Phosphate Rock (PROM) along with Bioinoculum (PSB) on growth yield and nutrient content of onion (Allium cepa L.)/D.K. Pareek R.B. Khandelwal and M.R. Masih. 10. Response of green gram (Vigna Radiata) to PROM (Phosphate Rich Organic Manure) on farmers fields/M.S. Shaktawat A. Verma and V. Mathur. 11. Effect of integrated use of phosphocompost and chemical fertilizer on growth yield uptake of nutrients by wheat and soil fertility in inceptisol/P.C. Kanthaliya S.C. Bhandari Arvind Verma G.K. Sharma H.N. Gour and B.L. Hiran. 12. Seed Stover and biological yields of Pigeon Pea [Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp.] as influenced by phosphorus sources solubilizers and bio regulators/B.S. Meena and D.D. Sharma. 13. Effect of Phosphate Rich Organic Manure on yield of Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum graecum L.) in Loamy Sand Soils (Ustipsamments)/Banani Singh Baldeo Singh and Mukul Rani Masih. 14. Lignite in PROM a preliminary study/Suvarnalatha Xanthate Zeba Rashid PK. Mathur and G. Prabhulingaiah. 15. Direct use of rock phosphate along with Lignite on Cowpea/N.C. Aery and D.K. Rana. 16. Effect of phosphate solubilizers on Pearl Millet under coastal saline soil/N.B. Babaria M.S. Solanki V.G. Barad and A.V. Ardesana. 17. A model for coast effective on farm Sebania based PROM production and its use in succeeding crops to improved yields on saline soils/Giriraj Sindayach. 18. Effect of phosphate Solubilizers on groundnut under coastal saline soil condition/M.S. Solanki N.B. Babaria V.G. Barad and A.V. Ardesana. 19. Dissolution of Tunisian phosphorite using Aspergillus Niger/D. Bojinova R. Velkova and R. Ivanova. 20. Report on field experiment for use of high grade rock phosphate in fine size along with Farmyard manure as a replacement to phosphatic fertilizer. 21. Results of PROM demonstration organized by SOAM during Kharif 2004/Hari Mohan Gupta. 22. Biological farming in South Africa a personal experience/John Fair. 23. Integrating organic farming methods a case study/N. Selvaraj B. Ramaraj B. Anita and K. Shoba. 24. Bio pesticide/pest repellent/K. Natarajan. 25. Biodynamic agriculture/Peter Proctor. 26. Introduction to EM technology on phosphate utilization/S. Takara. 27. Propagation of EM technology in India/Sanjay Aggarwal. 28. Production of Phosphate Rich Organic Manure and power via Biomethanation route/D.M.R. Sekhar and M.K. Katewa. 29. Waste recycling for power generation/N.S. Rathore A.K. Kurchania and Nafisa Ali. 30. Aerobic composting by excel process/Susanta Kundu. 31. Horizontal flow biogas plant for Biomethanation of Lignocellulosic Biomass/Nafisa Ali A.K. Kurchania and N.S. Rathore. 32. CATSOL liquid phase process for hydrogen sulphide removal and sulphur recovery from biogas/Jayalekshmy Ayyer and P.M. Seller Inventory # 63960

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D B Gurung

Published by Koselee Prakashan, Kathmandu (2003)

ISBN 10: 9993367109 ISBN 13: 9789993367109

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About this Item: Koselee Prakashan, Kathmandu, 2003. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Nepali nationalism/Harka Gurung. 2. Crisis of governance and modes of conflict resolution in Nepal/Dev Raj Dahal. 3. Civil society and protection of diversity in Nepal/Krishna B. Bhattachan. 4. Managing conflicts between the society and the state explorations into class and identity issues in Nepal/Mahendra Lawoti. 5. Empowerment crisis regional governance and the mixed proportional representation system of election/Alok K. Bohara. 6. Framework for constitutional reforms/Madhukar S.J.B. Rana. 7. Monarchy in Nepal/Prakash A. Raj. 8. Royal massacre in Nepal a lingering mystery/Aditya Man Shrestha. 9. Development partnership for greater aid effectiveness/Devendra Raj Panday. 10. Commissions kickbacks and bribes in Nepal/Bharat Pokharel. 11. Nepal challenges to national security/Karna Bahadur Thapa. 12. Maoist politics in Nepal past present and future/Shreedhar Gautam. 13. The Maoist insurgency/Chuda Bahadur Shrestha. 14. The economic foundations of the current socio political crisis in Nepal/Meena Acharya. 15. Women's status and different forms of violence in Nepal/Prativa Subedi. 16. Gender differences in ancient medieval and modern Nepal/Beena Poudyal. 17. Genuine attention to the plight of women/Laxmi Devi Rajbhandari. 18. Women human trafficking and criminal justice system a need for restructuring/Govind Prasad Thapa. 19. Dalit as the victim of caste system and untouchability in Nepal/Padma Lal Bishwakarma. 20. Children for social change a Nepali perspective/Gauri Pradhan. 21. Harnessing the capabilities of judiciary to meet challenges for expeditious delivery of justice/Kalyan Shrestha. 22. Human rights in Nepal issues and challenges/Padma Khatiwada. 23. Agriculture development in perspective challenges and opportunities for Nepal/Kishore Sherchan. 24. Environmental issues of Nepal/P.K. Jha. 25. Eco tourism/Bharat Kumar Basnet. 26. Health in the Himalayas/Hemang Dixit. 27. Population genetic studies on six ethnic groups of Nepal/Nanda Bahadur Singh. 28. Prosperity of nation and poverty of mind deliberations on a new order of education and Nepal tomorrow/Anand Aditya. 29. Language issues in Nepal/Novel K. Rai and Vishnu S. Rai. 30. Nepali literature a brief comment on poetry and fiction/Tara Nath Sharma. 31. Nepalis writing in English trio on the lead/Pushpa Raj Poudel. 32. Contemporary intellectual climate in Nepal/D.P. Bhandari. 33. Media press power and pressure/Dhruba Hari Adhikary. 34. State press and liberty/Puran P. Bista. 35. Where have all the Gurkhas gone/B.C. Gurung. 36. Lumbini the holy pilgrimage shrine/T.R. Vaidya. 37. Nepali arts and architecture/Lain Singh Bangdel. 38. Bhutan Nepal relationship/D.N.S. Dhakal. The contributors. With its enormous geo ethnic diversity unique history and strategic location Nepal has undergone drastic changes following the democratic restoration of 1990. Sadly despite the proliferation of media and information technology rapid urbanization interconnectivity with the outside world implementation of democratic constitution and open and regular elections the new experiments have just been another rerun of our collective failures. It has really been a wild and bumpy democratic ride. Insurgency deaths devastation economic exploitation social disparities political lacuna and uncertainty mark our present day life. Who can tell what the future has in store for us. This volume with its encyclopedic scope is an intellectual assemblage of thirty nine of the finest minds of the country. What pushes these intellectuals apart is the powerful idiosyncrasy in their subjects of interest and expertise and what pulls them together is the sense of being a Nepali exerted on each of them driven by a common shared vision in an ongoing symbiosis to attempt to steer this stuttering nation toward the golden dawn of tomorrow. Each of these essays stands on its own focuses on contemporary Nepal but without being oblivious of the past and seeks remedies for the social political and ec. Seller Inventory # 52149

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Mahavir Singh

Published by Shipra, Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8175412410 ISBN 13: 9788175412415

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About this Item: Shipra, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. 1. Building a New Asian security system through regional cooperation renewal of Bandung spirit/Devendra Kaushik. 2. Security and cooperation in Asia favourable conditions and adverse factors/Du Yanling. 3. New Asia development and globalisation/Felix N. Yurlov. 4. Imperialism the building of a New Asia/C.P. Bhambhri. 5. A preliminary analysis of the development of the Asian regional economic cooperation/Xu Yongquan. 6. Strategic triangle of China India and Russia ideal and reality/Zhou Yuyun. 7. Russia India China strategic cooperation and a Pan Asian order/R.R. Subramanian. 8. Russia India China cooperation the shaping of a notion in Russian foreign policy/Hari Vasudevan. 9. Stabilizing Asia regional and global challenges/R.R. Sharma. 10. Status Quo or big leap forward domestic constraints and civil society in contemporary Asia/Saradindu Mukherji. 11. Reflections on India's cultural relations with South East Asia/V. Suryanarayan. 12. Central Asian and South Asian cooperation potential to be used and utilized/F.G. Teshabaev. 13. No alternative to collaboration and cooperation between countries/Surat Mirkasymov. 14. Indo central Asians relations and a New Asia/Surendra Gopal. 15. South Asia and Pan Asian cooperation/D.R. Goyal. 16. Eurasia calling significance of cooperation in a changing world/P.L. Dash. 17. India Russia strategic partnership implications for common security of Asia/R.S. Yadav. 18. Asian powers and Central Asian security/Ajay Patnaik. 19. Regional cooperation in Central Asia/Vasundhara Mohan. 20. The main factors that influence the security of the middle east after the Iraqi War/Zhang Jianwei. 21. The Al Qaeda threat to Southeast Asian security problems and prospects/S.P. Singh. 22. Changing dynamics of regionalism in Southeast Asia/Shankari Sundararaman. 23. Russia and the Asian giants the problems and the prospects of cooperation (energy sphere)/Sergei Lounev. 24. Interaction and confidence building measures in Asia an Asian forum/Meena Singh Roy. 25. Japan and Asia/Sanjana Joshi. 26. Problems of National Security of Kyrgyzstan in modern situation/Ainur Elebaeva. 27. Mongolia's security concerns in the post cold war period/Sharad K. Soni. 28. Regional experiences in solving water resources problems in Tajikistan/I. Sh. Normatov. 29. India and Asia the administrational linkages for security and development/Hoshiar Singh. 30. About roots of religions and political extremism and dissemination of terrorism/Askar Shomanov. 31. From Shanghai five to shanghai cooperation organisation an emerging mechanism of regional security in Eurasia/Nalin Kumar Mohapatra. Index. The contributions contained in the volume examine and discuss the problems and prospects of building a New Asia through cooperation in the field of security and development at both regional and Pan Asian levels. Besides delineating the contours of the changing dynamics of regionalism and regional cooperation in the various regions of the vast Asian continent an abode for more than half of humankind representing a wide spectrum of religio cultural and ethnic diversity the contributors also highlight the urgency of overcoming this diversity through joint efforts for development and ensuring security through non military means in the spirit of the historic Bandung Conference. The book also draws attention towards the need for ushering in a multi polar world to successfully meet the challenges of globalisation through intensified cooperation among the Asian states at all levels bilateral trilateral and multilateral. Notwithstanding the heavy odds the contributors drawn from India and a number of Asian and Eurasian countries look forward to a vibrant and dynamic New Asia emerging out of the post cold war era. 349 pp. Seller Inventory # 56205

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Sunita Agarwal

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About this Item: Book Enclave, Jaipur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Introduction. I. 1. Linguistic complexities and realization a tribute to Rajul Bhargava/Bernice J.M. West and Michael H. Lyon. 2. English as Second Language in India/Kapil Kapoor. 3. Imposition or native growth the status of English language in India/S.D. Kapoor. 4. Globalizing English studies in India/Harish Narang. 5. Using effective English to meet the various communicative functions of business conversations/Meenakshi Raman. 6. Pedagogical implications in using multimedia language lab/Pushp Lata. 7. Linguistic Massacre a cause for concern/Sanjay Arora. 8. Causes and remedies of weak English a case study of Shekhawati area in Rajasthan/Sunita Jakhar. II. 9. Known realities shifting epistemologies and the literary imagination/Jasbir Jain. 10. Knowledge power and tribal knowledge systems/H.S. Chandalia. 11. Mahasweta Devi's Radali voice of a voiceless community/Malti Agarwal. 12. Decoding gender in literary texts/Sukrita Paul Kumar. 13. Gender and nation feminist interrogations of the discourse of the universal in the poetry of Himani Bannerji and Imtiaz Dharker/Sudha Rai. 14. In pursuit of Indian model of feminism a methodological note/Shrawan K. Sharma. 15. Kakar's interpretive theory of the Indian male ego/Supriya Agarwal. 16. Anita Desai Fire on the mountain/Malashri Lal. 17. Exploring stereotypes a study of Rajinder Singh Bedi's Lajwanti and Gulzar's Dalia/Nibir K. Ghosh. 18. Revisiting motherhood janani by Rinki Bhattacharya/Sunita Agarwal. 19. From orality to narrative representing the aesthetics of the arctic/Jameela Begum. 20. Accept Me As I Am celebration of culture and identity in the poems of Rita Joe/Mini Nanda. 21. A long way from home the art and protest of Taslima Nasrin/Deepa S.P. Mathur. 22. Translating silence the limits of language in Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide/Santosh Gupta. 23. Bifocal visioning of the self Jhumpa Lahiri's cultural dialogics/Joya Chakravarty. 24. Continued from pg. 266 Shashi Tharoor's Riot/Mita Kapur. 25. Aesthetics of loss in Kiran Desai's The inheritance of loss/Beena Agarwal. 26. Anesthetizing modernity Hari Kunzru's the impressionist/Charu Mathur. 27. Interrogating the nation from modernist perspective reviewing The Idea of India by Sunil Khilnani/Nidhi Singh. 28. Exploring the urban reality a view on Nissim Ezekiel's poetry/Shaila Mahan. 29. Urbanism a great textual tradition in Indian English poetry/S.K. Agrawal. 30. Interrogating identity and location the poetry of Keki N. Daruwalla/Tanuja Mathur. 31. Nobody gave Gary a valentine Mailer's The Executioner's Song/Arun Soule. 32. Revisiting Jimmy Porter in the Binder's House/Sanjay Kumar. The book Contemporary Interrogations Language and Literature a collection of essays in the honour of Prof. Rajul Bhargava is concerned with various issues and problems related to literature and language. The book is divided into two sections. The first section is related to language which analyzes the need the role of English language in this era of rapid globalization and certain other issues pertaining to language. The second section is concerned with diverse literatures post colonial feministic writing women's writing tribal Dalit writing etc. The book is an attempt to interrogate and explore some of the crucial junctures and co junctures issues and ideas hypotheses and theories texts and contexts in both language and literature. The essays in this volume range from re examining and re evaluating theoretical positions exploring and critiquing different genres of literary writings to analyzing of individual texts. Most of the essays included in this volume have interrogated and explored Indian English literature but a few of them are related to American Canadian and British writers as well. The contributors have interrogated questioned and proposed new paradigms and standards to evaluate and assess literary texts and study various critical concepts ideas forms and Several issues like these. 364 pp. Seller Inventory # 70326

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Radhavallabh Tripathi

Published by D.K. Printworld (2012)

ISBN 10: 8124606293 ISBN 13: 9788124606292

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Introduction. 1. Sanskrit Studies in Andhra Pradesh/K.E. Devanathan. 2. Sanskrit Studies in Andhra Pradesh/Shrinivasa Varakhedi. 3. Sanskrit in Assam: A Brief Survey/Dipak Kumar Sharma. 4. Sanskrit Studies in /Uma Shankar Sharma 'Rishi'. 5. Sanskrit Studies in Delhi/Shashiprabha Kumar and Ramakant Shukla. 6. The Position of Sanskrit in Gujarat/Gautam Patel. 7. Status of Sanskrit Studies in Jammu and Kashmir/Kedar Nath Sharma. 8. Sanskrit Studies in the States of Bihar and Jharkhand/Brahmachari Surendra Kumar. 9. Sanskrit Studies in Karnataka/A.V. Nagasampige. 10. Sanskrit Studies in Kerala/P.C. Muraleemadhavan. 11. Sanskrit Studies in Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh/Radhavallabh Tripathi. 12. Sanskrit Studies in Maharashtra/Pataskar Bhagyalata. 13. Sanskrit Studies in Odisha/Prafulla Kumar Mishra. 14. Sanskrit Studies in the Puducherry/C.S. Radhakrishnan. 15. Sanskrit in The Punjab/Shankarji Jha. 16. Status of Sanskrit Studies in Rajasthan/Devarshi Kalanath Shastry. 17. Sanskrit Studies in Tamizh Nadu/Sundari Siddhartha. 18. Sanskrit Studies in Uttar Pradesh/Hari Dutt Sharma. 19. Sanskrit Studies in West Benga/Somesh Kumar Mishra. Sanskrit was born and nurtured in India and in course of time became the mother of many languages worldwide besides a host of regional languages, it continues to be a source of inspiration, treasure trove of knowledge and a symbol of universal brotherhood. These virtues of the great language need to be taken good care of. There is hardly any region or district in India where Sanskrit is not studied in some form or the other. This volume 1 of Sixty Years of Sanskrit Studies presents a comprehensive view of the status and trends of Sanskrit studies in India (volume II takes up the scenario of Sanskrit studies in some other countries of the world). It is a compilation of expert papers that survey the state of Sanskrit studies in the different states/union territories of the country in a systematic manner. The individual papers begin with an analysis of the position of the Sanskrit language in the states of India. They cover various aspects of teaching, spread of popularity, research and publications in Sanskrit language and literature. They also deal with the Sanskrit academies established by the state governments and discuss the Indological research journals being brought out by various academies and institutes as also journals in the Sanskrit language. Scholars herein explore attempts made at investigating the inter-relationship of Sanskrit with medieval literatures in other languages or the regional literatures. They particularly focus on grammar, epic literature, Sanskrit religious and secular literature besides the manuscripts of other kinds. They also examine the evolution of great centres of Vedic studies in India, such as Pune, and attempts made to rediscover the corpus of the lost sakhas and later Vedic texts. This volume will immensely interest students and scholars of Sanskrit studies and Indology who are keen to know about the present status of the Sanskrit language and literature in India. Seller Inventory # 100651

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Anjan Trikha and‎ Preet Mohinder Singh

Published by Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (2018)

ISBN 10: 9352700430 ISBN 13: 9789352700431

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About this Item: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers, 2018. Soft cover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Section I: Introduction. 1. Evolution of Monitoring in Anesthesia and Critical Care/Rashid M Khan, Maher Al-Bahrani. 2. Standardizing Agencies, Ethics, and Legalities/Kajal Jain, Puneet Kapoor. 3. Minimum Monitoring Standards/Surender K Malhotra, Kamal Kajal. 4. Automatic Computerized Monitoring Systems and Recording Systems/Virendra K Arya, Vikas Dutta. Section II: Cardiovascular System. 5. Electrocardiography/Anju Grewal, Nidhi Bhatia. 6. Monitoring of Arterial Pressure and Waveform Analysis/Gopinath Ramachandran, Monu Yadav. 7. Central Venous and Pulmonary Artery Pressure Monitoring/Sandeep Kantor. 8. Noninvasive Cardiac Output Monitoring: Death of the Swan/Chandrashish Chakravarty. 9. Perioperative Transesophageal Echocardiography/Yatin Mehta, Dheeraj Arora. 10. Transthoracic Echocardiography/Poonam M Kapoor. 11. Dynamic Volume Status Indicators/Girendra Sadera, Jennifer Gwinnutt, Manpreet Kaur. 12. Pulse Oximetry, Co-oximetry, and Other Newer Technologies/Terrence Leeper, Lukas Brown, Ian McConachie. 13. Tissue Perfusion Monitoring: Outside of Near Infrared Spectroscopy/Aveek Jayant. Section III: Respiratory/Pulmonary System. 14. Monitoring of the Pulmonary Functions/Juhi Chandwani, Maher J Bahrani. 15. Transcutaneous Gas Monitoring/Samina Ismail, Madiha Hashmi. 16. End-tidal Gas Monitoring in the Intensive Care Unit and Perioperative Period/Bhavani S Kodali, Ahalya Kodali. 17. Ultrasound as a Monitor in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Practice/Pankaj Kundra, Sandeep Mishra. 18. Thoracic Bioimpedance and Respiratory Rate Monitoring/Saurabh Mittal, Karan Madan. Section IV: Central Nervous System. 19. Monitoring Sedation Using Scales in Intensive Care Unit and Operating Room/Bhuvana Krishna, Sriram Sampath. 20. Transcranial Doppler Monitoring in Anesthesia and Perioperative Care/Lal D Mishra, Sandeep Loha. 21. Near Infrared Spectroscopy/Ameeka Pannu, Somnath Bose. 22. Intracranial Pressure Monitoring/Girija P Rath, Ritesh Lamsal. 23. Monitoring During Epilepsy Surgery and Awake Craniotomy/Dilip K Kulkarni, Srilata Moningi. Section V: Peripheral Nervous System and Musculo Skeletal Monitoring. 24. Neuromuscular Blockade Monitoring/Ashish Sinha, Mian Ahmad, Rayhan Tariq, Waqas Anjum. 25. Evoked Potentials (Spinal Cord Monitors)Rashmi Datta. 26. Perioperative Monitoring of the Autonomic Nervous System/Nicholas Zimick, Robert Moore, Anshuman Sharma. Section VI: Metabolic Monitoring. 27. Arterial Blood Gas Monitoring/Abraham Sonny. 28. Nutritional Status Monitoring/Sachin Mehta, Manu Shankar-Hari. 29. Electrolytes, Glucose, and Ketones: Metabolic Monitoring/Prasan K Panda, Naveet Wig. 30. Biomarkers in Intensive Care Unit and Perioperative Period/Ashok K Sethi, Prakash Sharma. 31. Temperature Monitoring/Sanjay Sharma, Fred Rosewarne. 32. Drug-level Monitoring/Asha Tyagi, Vandna Arora. SectionVII: Coagulation Monitoring. 33. Laboratory Based Conventional Blood Tests/Neerja Bhardwaj. 34. Thromboelastography and Other Point of Care Tests/Shweta A Singh, Kelika Prakash. 35. Platelet Function Testing and Newer Perioperative Anticoagulant Monitoring/Anil Agarwal. Section VIII: Monitoring of Pain. 36. Assessing and Measuring Pain in Special Populations: Children, Nonverbal, and Cognitively Impaired Adults/Anuj Bhatia. 37. Assessing and Measuring Pain in Adults/Padma Gulur. Section IX: Miscellaneous. 38. Ventilator Waveforms/Nagaraja PS, Sunanda Gupta, Apoorva Gupta. 39. Fetal Monitoring of the Pregnant Patient in the Intensive Care Unit/Anjeleena K Gupta. 40. Future of Advanced Hemodynamic Monitoring Devices in Obstetric Critical Care/Stephen Gatt, David J Sturgess, Lily Samedani, André A Van Zundert. 41. Future Monitoring Technologies in Anesthesia and Intensive Care/Jigeeshu V Divatia. Index. Seller Inventory # 125138

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Irfan Ali Khan and Atiya Khanum

Published by Ukaaz Pub, Hyderabad (2007)

ISBN 10: 818827948X ISBN 13: 9788188279487

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About this Item: Ukaaz Pub, Hyderabad, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Acknowledgements. 1. AIDS the global challenges/Syeda Sameena Aziz. 2. Introduction awareness and treatment for AIDS/Rizwana Mubeen. 3. Antidiabetic plants of Uttar Pradesh/Chhamta Srivastava and A.K. Srivastava Jr. 4. Medicinally important plants of East and West Godavari Districts of Andhra Pradesh/V.C. Gupta and S. Imam. 5. Cultivation and conservation of genetic diversity with special reference to medicinal plants of A.P. forests/V.C. Gupta and S. Imam. 6. Some common diseases and their traditional treatment in Kashmir/F.A. Lone. 7. An inventory of Ayurvedic medicinal plants for combating asthmatic complaints/D.A. Patil and M.V. Patil. 8. Enthnomedicinal health cares in tribes of Chotanagpur Plateau of Jharkhand State/Arti Sinha Shyam S. Mandal and A.K. Sinha. 9. Vegetable nutraceuticals/Shyam S. Mandal Arti Sinha and Hari K. Mandal. 10. Phytosociological structure of plants community in proposed biodiversity eco park Bargi Hills Area Jabalpur of Madhya Pradesh/J.L. Shrivastava S.K. Masih U. Homkar R. Sharma and A. Shrivastava. 11. Fruits and their medicinal values/Madhavi Adhav. World population is nearing 5 billion and with this rate of growth it is likely to touch 7.5 billion by the year 2020. Global estimates indicate that over 3/4th of the five billion world population cannot afford the products of the western pharmaceutical industry and have to rely upon the use of traditional medicines which are mainly derived from plants. As a part of strategy to reduce financial burden on developing countries which spend 40 50% of their total health budget on drugs W.H.O. currently encourages recommends and promotes the inclusion of herbal drugs in national health care programmes because such drugs are easily available at a price within the reach of a common man and as such are time tested and thus considered to be much safer than the modern synthetic drugs. Sensing this demand the material of this book has been compiled to help the scientists to keep themselves abreast of the latest developments. This book will cater to the immediate needs of the students researchers faculty members and pharmaceutical industries in India and abroad. 288 pp. Seller Inventory # 69472

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P Pushpangadan; V George and K K Janardhanan

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About this Item: Daya, Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Mechanisms of Apoptosis induced by Garlic derived components/D. Karunagaran and Suby Oommen. 2. Music therapy an introduction/T.V. Sairam. 3. Application of traditional knowledge of medicinal plants by tribes of some part of Rajasthan/G.S. Paliwal and Poonam Paliwal. 4. An experimental evaluation to the anticancer activity of Homeopathic medicines/Ramadasan Kuttan Girija Kuttan E.S. Sunila K.C. Preethi C. Nimita Venugopal and K.B. Hari Kumar. 5. Molecular mechanisms underlying immunomodulatory effects of Viscum album preparations/Fabienne Prost Jean Paul Duong Van Huyen Sriramulu Elluru Sandrine Delignat Jagadeesh Bayry Michel D. Kazatchkine and Srini V. Kaveri. 6. A Rasayana ICHOR CR as a possible Chemoprotectant against Doxorubicin related toxicity/Renee Vanessa Gardner Hernan Correa Randall Craver Evangeline McKinnon Halina Sadowska Krowicka and Rajasekharan Warrier. 7. Ethnomedicinal potential of herbal drugs on gastric dysfunction in experimental animals/Ch. V. Rao and P. Pushpangadan. 8. Anti inflammatory antinociceptive and diuretic activities of Amoora cucullata Roxb./A.K. Das I.Z. Shahid M.S.K. Choudhuri J.A. Shilpi and Firoj Ahmed. 9. The role of ethnomedical leads in drug discovery/V. George and J. Anil John. 10. Quality of natural health products through marker profiling promotion and international coordination/Pulok K. Mukherjee V. Kumar and Peter J. Houghton. 11. Potential use of some natural compounds as radioprotectors/C.K.K. Nair. 12. Resveratrol miracle from chemoprevention to cardioprotection/Samarjit Das and Dipak K. Das. 13. Protective effect of phytochemicals in cancer Chemoprevention wound healing and Ischemia Reperfusion Injury/Rajesh L. Thangapazham Anuj Sharma and Radha K. Maheshwari. 14. A brief review on phytoconstituents with potential antidiabetic activity/K. Rajendran and Annie Shirwaikar. 15. Scientific evaluation of traditional medicine ethnopharmacology reverse pharmacology system biology to metabolomics/Palpu Pushpangadan R. Govindarajan S.K. Srivastava Ch. V. Rao K. Narayanan Nair A.K.S. Rawat Shanta Mehrotra A.K. Sharma S. Rajasekharan V. George and P.G. Latha. 16. Biological diversity in curcuma a review/Sharad Srivastava A.K.S. Rawat and Shanta Mehrotra. 17. Therapeutic potential of medicinal mushrooms occurring in South India amelioration of oxidative stress induced Hepato renal damages a pre clinical evaluation/T.A. Ajith and K.K. Janardhanan. 18. Traditional medicine and the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Regime of 21 century/Palpu Pushpangadan. 19. Antimitotic polysaccharide from Punica granatum/T.T. Sreelekha K.K. Vijayan and Prabha Balaram. 20. Documentation of traditional knowledge and IPR Protection related to plants used for food and medicine/S. Rajasekharan P.G. Latha and P. Pushpangadan. Index. Ethnopharmacology is a multidisciplinary subject and an area of research where tradition and modern science coexists. The progress of this interdisciplinary science is expanding fast with our increasing quest for phytopharmaceuticals and our increasing awareness on traditional and alternative systems of medicines. The book is a compilation of articles written by eminent researchers working on phytomedicine and on various aspects of ethnopharmacology. Many of the articles are modern approaches to ethnopharmacological research. The book will be immensely useful to students teachers scientists and pharmaceutical industries interested in plant based medicine and drug development. 260 pp. Seller Inventory # 69872

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Sunil Kumar & S.B. Yadava (Eds)

Published by Global Vision Publishing House (2011)

ISBN 10: 8182204143 ISBN 13: 9788182204140

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About this Item: Global Vision Publishing House, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. The primary objective of the book is to draw the attention of researchers towards this unexplored field of positive psychology. We hope that the book will motivate the researchers to make new research proposals to explore the multidimensional field of positive psychology. This book covers the research work in six major areas of positive psychology. In Part I titled ?Introduction to Positive Psychology? we have introduced the growing field of Positive Psychology highlighting the nature of Positive Psychology. There are two chapters in this part. Chapter 2 describes the making of positive psychology with a historical and pedagogical point of view. In Part II titled ?Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology? various research papers are included which have shown the emotional aspects of positive psychology with emphasis on emotional intelligence and various socio-cultural aspects. There are five chapters in this part. Contents Foreword (v) Preface (vii) About the Contributors (ix) Part?I: Introduction to Positive Psychology 1. Introduction to Positive Psychology 3 Sunil Kumar and S.B. Yadav 2. Making of a Positive Psychology: A Historic, Philosophic and Pedagogic Scrutiny 9 Umesh L. Bharte Part?II: Emotional Intelligence and Positive Psychology 3. A Study of Relationship of Emotional Intelligence with Normal and Clinical Personality Factors 23 Prerna Puri and Nidhi Purohit 4. Culture: An Integral Component for Emotional Intelligence Assessment 29 Vinod K. Shanwal and Gurpreet Kaur 5. Emotional Intelligence: Application, Analysis and Argument 37 Pradeep Kautish 6. Factors Affecting Emotional Intelligence: An Empirical Study for Small Scale Industries in Puducherry State 55 R. Kayatry Sabittha and N. Panchanatham 7. Effect of Yoga Practice on Personality, Emotional and Behavioural Problems 69 D.V. Venu Gopal, B.S.S Mandal and K. Parimala Part?III: Organization, Management and Positive Psychology 8. Positive Emotions in Organization 79 Richa Choudhary, Sugandh Dixit, Surbhi Sikka and Suyasha Saha 9. Positive Psychology: Bridging the Gap to Employee Engagement and Improved Performance 99 Lovy Sarikwal 10. Building Teams in Software Organisations 113 P. Surjith Kumar and N. Panchanatham 11. An Analysis of Satisfying Factors among Faculties in Post Graduation Colleges - A Study with Reference to PG Colleges in NCR 123 Vijit Chaturvedi and Sudhir Agrawal 12. Awareness of Quality Management in Higher Education 129 S. Aravind, Fisseha Girmay and Hailay Gebretinsae 13. Management by Intuition 139 Rohit Puri 14. Employee Commitment: A Conceptual Framwork 147 Monika Bhati Part?IV: Psychological Well-Being and Positive Psychology 15. Occupational Stress and Diverse Coping Behaviour: A Study on Management Trainees 159 Sunil Kumar and Yashpal Kaur Rooprai 16. Depression? The?Having the Blues? Syndrome: Analysis of Behaviour and Treatment during Depression 167 Asha Nagendra, Gaurav Bhardwaj,and Mrinal Kant 17. Management of Role Conflict among Female Doctors 177 Sarita and Vinod K Shanwal 18. Techniques for Managing Stress 185 Anjana Sharma 19. Well-being and Gynec Problems among Adolescent Girls 191 N.V.V.S. Narayana 20. Stress Management 203 Shyam Lata Juyal and Nidhi Sharma 21. Exploring the Transformative Nature of Music in the Context of Hindustani Music Tradition 211 Durgesh K. Upadhyay 22. Emotional and Behavioural Problems among Young Adults: A Study on Andhra University Students 217 K. Srinivasa Rao and V. Hari Lakshmi Part?V: Self, Character, Success and Positive Psychology 23. Gender Differences in Evaluation of Character among Adolescents 227 Ravinder Yadav and Sunil Kumar 24. Six Factor Printed Pages: 348. Seller Inventory # 46744

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H.S. Prasad (Ed.)

Published by Sri Satguru Publications (1992)

ISBN 10: 8170302676 ISBN 13: 9788170302674

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About this Item: Sri Satguru Publications, 1992. Hardcover. Condition: New. This is a collection of Essays and passages on time in non-Buddhist Philosophical systems of India. These essays were originally published in various journals and books, most of which are now inaccessible. The primary aim of reprinting them herein is to make them available to interested readers and researchers. The contributors, some of whom are great stalwarts of Indian philosophy, are : - Raimundo Panikkar, Mircea Eliade, H. de Willman-Grabowska, A.K Coomarswamy, V M Bedekar, Arvind Sharma, Satya Vrat, J. Scheftelowitz, Jean Przyluski, O.G.0. von Wesen-donk, J.F. Fleet, R.S. Khare, R Puligandla, Richard Lannoy, Sadananda Bhaduri, A.B. Keith, B. Faddegon, M. Hiriyanna, Umesh Mishra, Sanat Kumar Sen, Indukala Jhaveri, Harisatya Bhattacharya, T.M.P Mahadevan, Umesh Chandra Bhattacharya, Sukumar Ranjan Das, K C Varadachari J.N. Chubb, G.R Malkani, G.S. Herbert, Navjivan Rastogi and Ruth Reyna. In his Introductory essay, Hari Shankar Prasad presents, in brief, a critical evaluation of the Indian philosophical Views of time, and reconstructs the Philosophy of time showing its linguo-centricity and subjectivity. He treats time as the underlying a Priori explanatory principle of all changes, events, happenings, processes, and subsistence of beings, and as the single most coordinating Factor of all Experiences and reflections. Prasad denies cosmic significance and Metaphysical Truth of time, and thinks that reality of time is a source of metaphysical confusions; but he accepts the Cultural significance of the myths and Images of time which serve the Purpose of revealing reality to human beings; and in this sense, he takes them as indicative of truth. Contents: Preface The Problem of Time in Indian Philosophy : An Introduction/Hari Shankar Prasad 1. Time and History in the Tradition of India : Kala and Karma/Raimundo Panikkar 2. Toward a Typology of Time and Temporality in the Ancient Indian Tradition/Raimundo Panikkar 3. Time and Sacrifice-the Sacrifice of Time and the Ritual of Modernity/Raimundo Panikkar 4. Time and Eternity in Indian Thought/Mircea Eliade 5. La Notion de Temps dans les Brahmanas/H. de Willman-Grabowska 6. Time and Eternity in Hinduism and Buddhism/A. K Coomarswamy 7. The Doctrines of Svabhava and Kala in the Mahabharata and Other Old Sanskrit Works/V.M. Bedekar 8. The Notion of Cyclical Time in Hinduism/Arvind Sharma 9. Conception of Time in the Mahabhasya/Satya Vrat 10. The Concept of Time According to Bhartrhari/Satya Vrat 11. Die Zeit als Schicksalsgottheit in der Indischen und Iranischen Religion (Kala und Zruvan)/J Scheftelowitz 12. From the Great Goddess to Kala/Jean Przyluski 13. The Kalavada and the Zervanite System/O. G. von Wesendonk 14. The Kaliyuga Era of B.C. 3102/J F. Fleet 15. The Concept of Time and Time-Reckoning among the Hindus : An Anthropological Viewpoint/R.S. Khare 16. Time and History in the Indian Tradition/R Puligandla 17. The Terror of Time/Richard Lannoy 18. Time (in Nyaya-Vaisesika)/Sadananda Bhaduri 19. Time and Space (in Nyaya -Vaisesika)/A.B. Keith 20. Space and Time (in the Vaisesika System)/B. Faddegon 21. An Indian View of `Present Time`/M. Hiriyanna 22. Kaka (in Nyaya-Vaisesika)/Umesh Mishra 23. Time in Sankhya-Yoga/Sanat Kumar Sen 24. Concept of Kala and Akasa in the Samkhya-Yoga System/Indukala Jhaveri 25. The Theory of Time in Jaina Philosophy/Harisatya Bhattacharya 26. Advaitic Conception of Time/M. Hiriyanna 27. The Advaita View of Time/T.M.P. Mahadevan 28. Time and the Timeless/T.M.P. Mahadevan 29. Space, Time and Brahman/Umesh Chandra Bhattacharya 30. The Problem of Time in Indian Thought/Umesh Chandra Bhattacharya 31. Notion of Time in Hindu Philosophy/Sukumar Ranjan Das 32. Time and Mysticism/K C. Varadachari 33. Time and the Significance of Contradiction/J.N. Chubb 34. The Temporal and the Eternal/G.R Malkani 35. Time and the Absolute/G.R Malka Printed Pages: 752. Seller Inventory # 38676

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Brijesh Kumar Mishra (Ed.)

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About this Item: New India Publishing Agency, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book contains chapters written by young enthusiastic scientists, teachers and researchers who are involved in research, teaching and extension of modern scientific agricultural principles and practices in different parts of India. Attempts have been made to cover various aspects of modern agriculture viz. genetic improvement of crop plants, modern methods in plant breeding, seed science, ground water resources management, integrated farming systems, horticultural crops, biological control for sustainable agriculture, underutilized fruit plants health enhancing foods, role of enzymes in food processing, bioinformatics and molecular diagnostics etc., but still many facets lingering due to vast nature of agriculture itself. The major aim of this book is to provide glimpse of important arena to enhance food and nutritional security in a sustainable way. Contents Preface Chapter 01. Genetic Improvement of Crop Plants: Conventional and Modern Techniques P. Kumar Chapter 02. Modern Methods in Plant Breeding: Options & Challenges Avinash K. Srivastava, Jagesh K. Tiwari, Bir Pal Singh & Vinod Kumar Chapter 03. Advances in Seed Science and Technology R.K.Singh, Vinod Kumar and E.P. Venkatasalam Chapter 04. Ground Water Resources Management K.K. Yadav and P.K. Singh Chapter 05. Composting Process: Physiology and Microbiology Brijesh Kumar Mishra, Sunil Kumar and Ashutosh Sharma Chapter 06. Integrated Farming Systems for Sustainable Agriculture in Southern Rajasthan Hari Singh, S.K. Sharma, S.S. Burark, L.N. Dashora and G.L. Meena Chapter 07. New Interventions in Productions and Protection of Horticultural Crops D.K.Sarolia, Raju Lal Bhardwaj, M.K.Sharma and Vineet Kaswan Chapter 08. Ageratum conyzoides: Biological Control for Sustainable Agriculture Rajesh Kumar Chawla and Rajvir Singh Chapter 09. Molecular Diagnostics Technique for Plant Pathogens Rahul R. Bakade, Sundaresha S. and R. K. Singh Chapter 10. Ber Postharvest: Science and Technology Sunil Pareek Chapter 11. Molecular Markers in Crop Improvement: An Introduction Jagesh K. Tiwari, Avinash K. Srivastava, Poonam, Vinay Bhardwaj and Bir Pal Singh Chapter 12. Health Enhancing Foods for Health and Nutrition Security Urvashi Nandal Chapter 13. Quantitative Trait loci Underlying Nutrient Stress in Crops: An Update Jagesh K. Tiwari, Sundaresha S, Avinash K. Srivastava, and Bir Pal Singh Chapter 14. Bioinformatics in Plant Genome Analysis: An Introduction Jagesh K. Tiwari, Sundaresha S., Shashi Rawat and Bir Pal Singh Chapter 15. Patentability of Microorganism: Indian Scenario Krishan Gopal, Sundaresha S, Jagesh K. Tiwari, Ajit Singh Naosekpam, Vinay Bhardwaj, Sanjeev Sharma and Bir Pal Singh Chapter 16. Recent Advancement of Potato Production Technology in India Jagesh K. Tiwari, Manoj Kumar, Bir Pal Singh and Vinod Kumar Chapter 17. Role of Underutilized Fruit Plants in Sustainable Development of Agriculture Raju Lal Bhardwaj and Urvashi Nandal Chapter 18. A Glimpse of Plant Databases for Crop Improvement Ritu Singh, Shashi Rawat, Sundresha S.,Jagesh K. Tiwari and Bir Pal Singh Chapter 19. Role of Enzymes in Food Processing Sunil Kumar, Ravi Kant Verma, B.K. Mishra and D.S. Chopra Printed Pages: 484. Seller Inventory # 74597

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Published by Indian Agricultural Res Inst, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8190147099 ISBN 13: 9788190147095

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About this Item: Indian Agricultural Res Inst, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Recommendations. Inaugural address/Montek Singh Ahluwalia. Plenary address/M.S. Swaminathan. International conference on soil water and environmental quality issues and strategies an introduction and report/R.K. Rattan. Plenary/evening lectures 1. Participatory watershed management for improved soil and water quality/J.S. Samra. 2. Impact of land degradation and improved land management on water productivity/F. Rijsberman D. Bossio and A.D. Noble. 3. Soil and its quality vis a vis sustainability and society some random thoughts/N.N. Goswami. 4. Managing scarce water resources in agriculture in dry areas/Adel El Beltagy Mohan Saxena and Theib Oweis. I. Quantitative indices and their appraisal for soil and water quality 1. Soil quality indices and appraisal/B.J. Wienhold S.S. Andrews and D.L. Karlen. 2. Soil quality in sustainable agriculture the soil biota as an invaluable resource/Lijbert Brussard Abdoulaye Mando Elisee Ouedraogo and Mirjam Pulleman. 3. Soil quality indices an Indian perspective/P.R. Gajri D.L.N. Rao and M.V. Singh. 4. Wastewater use for sustainable agriculture Indian perspective/P.S. Minhas. 5. Bioresource recovery through wastewater management in sugarcane molasses based distillery a case study/Tapas Nandy Sunita Shastry and S.N. Kaul. 6. Use of artificial neural networks in soil science/Anil Kumar Singh. 7. Soil quality index to optimize soil management for rice wheat system/R.P. Tripathi and Peeyush Sharma. II. Agricultural management practices vis a vis soil and water quality 1. A global assessment of land quality in the anthropocene/Hari Eswaran Paul Reich and Taweesak Vearasilp. 2. Sustainable use of soil matching food security with environmental protection/Winfried E.H. Blum. 3. Wastewater use in irrigated agriculture management challenges in developing countries/C.A. Scott N.I. Faruqui and L. Raschid Sally. 4. Sustenance of soil water and environmental quality through agroforestry India's 25 years experiences and a future perspective/S.K. Dhyani V.N. Sharda and J.S. Samra. 5. Organic vs conventional farming on soil and water quality in the context of WTO/Vijay Sardana. 6. Integrated farming systems for sustainable soil and water quality/Gurbachan Singh. 7. Soil and water quality issues vis a vis agricultural management practices in Deccan plateau/K.L. Sahrawat V. Murugappan and A. Padma Raju. 8. Soil and water quality issues vis a vis agricultural management practices in central and Western India/A. Subba Rao N.K. Kalyanasundaram P.R. Bharambe and A.K. Biswas. 9. Soil and water quality vis a vis agricultural management practices in Eastern India/A.K. Sarkar D.K. Kundu D.K. Das and T.C. Baruah. 10. Impact of rice wheat cropping system on soil and water quality/Bijay Singh Pradeep K. Sharma and Raj K. Gupta. 11. Arsenic and selenium dynamics in water soil plant system a threat to environmental quality/S.K. Sanyal and K.S. Dhillon. 12. Remediation of metal contaminated soil/R. Krishnasamy and T. Chitdeshwari. 13. Vegetative bioremediation of sodic and saline sodic soils/M. Qadir and B.R. Sharma. III. Soils and climate change 1. Carbon sequestration and climate change with specific reference to India/R. Lal. 2. A system for estimating soil organic carbon stocks and changes at the regional scale a case study from the Indo Gangetic plains India/E. Milne T. Bhattacharyya D.K. Pal K. Paustian M. Easter and S. Williams. 3. Emission of methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) from agriculture/H.U. Neue. 4. Impact of agricultural activities on emission of greenhouse gases Indian perspective/Milkha S. Aulakh and Tapan K. Adhya. 5. Heavy metal content of sediments/soil in an estuary used by migratory birds in the island of Mauritius/B. Lalljee and S. Facknath. IV. Resource quality and society 1. Soil and water quality interrelationships and international context/Stephen Nortcliff. 2. Quality of soils and groundwater in urban areas/Wolfgang Burghardt. 3. Resource quality and changing diets in Asia im. Seller Inventory # 61254

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S.P. Bansal, Sandeep Walia and Syed Ahmad Rizwan

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ISBN 10: 8184576552 ISBN 13: 9788184576559

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About this Item: Kanishka, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Products and destination: Introduction. 1. Small is a next big thing for tourism in Thailand/Adarsh Batra. 2. Assessing the potential of bird watching tourism in the heart of India-a study with special reference to Madhya Pradesh/Sandeep Kulshreshtha, Sandeep Paatlam and Jayati Singh. 3. Tour on an imagined heritage trail set in the mosque city of Bagerhat, Bangladesh: cogitation for market potentials/Azizul Hassan. 4. India’s intangible heritage: a study of spiritualism in Rishikesh/Charu Sheela Yadav and Archana P. Vyas. 5. Developing tourism brand peace destination Oman/Kaneezx Fatima, Boumedyen and Maruf Fatima. 6. Role of Buddhist circuit in the development of tourism industry: case of Himachal Pradesh/Ashish Naag, Sandeep Walia. 7. A case study on Gharial and tourism: role of National Chambal Sanctuary in conservation of Gharials and promoting tourism/Ravindra Singh Kushwah, Pramendra Singh and Sandeep Dubey. II. Tourism management development and impacts: 8. The entrepreneurial conundrum: a review of tourism entrepreneurship amongst indigenous societies/Darren Le Ross. 9. Climate change and impact on Hari-Ke-Pattan wetland/Abhishek Aggarwal. 10. Employee engagement: a case study of Taj Mahal Hotel at New Delhi/Sheeba Hamid and Mohd. Sadique. 11. International tourist profiling for analysis of sustainable tourism development at Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh/Anupama Srivastava. 12. Competitive pressure and tourist satisfaction: a comparative analysis of destination competitiveness of India and Singapore/Archana Bhatia. 13. Tourism industry in India: new vistas/Narender Sharma. 14. Impact of tourism on peace and international relations/George Thomas and Rohan Bhalla. 15. Developing tourism destination through sustainable approach/Seema Paul. 16. 2T’s: Effect of terrorism on tourism in India/Pramendra Singh and Ravindra Singh Kushwah. 17. Role of print media in generation of awareness regarding local environmental and its impact on local people of Kullu, Himachal Pradesh/Arvind Kumar. III. Hospitality management: 18. Foreign direct investment in tourism and hospitality sector of India/Suneel Kumar and Kamlesh Attri. 19. Advertisement as a marketing tool in hospitality industry/Tanvi. 20. Role of homestays in building food image of the destination/Manik Arora Shunali. 21. Service quality of hotel industry in Himachal Pradesh: an empirical analysis/Deepika Gautam. 22. An inventory of infrastructure and services on offer for the people with diability in movement: a study of select star hotel of Shimla/Parikshit Sharma, Vikesh Kadhyap and Pallavi Thakur. 23. Internet marketing in hospitality industry: a study of hotels in New Delhi and NCR/Abhishek Ghai. IV. Contemporary tourism: 24. An imaginative refuge: eco tourism and branding nature/Jayne Fenton Keane. 25. Pro-poor tourism: realizing the socio-economic benefits of tourism in India with special reference to Lucknow/Masood Ansar Naqvi. 26. Promoting sports tourism in Nagaland: reflection on Naga indigenous games/Medonuo Pienyu. 27. Ethical upshots in tourism sector/Sandeep Singh. 28. Geotoruism a tourism perspective for the North West Mountain state in India/Suman Sharma and Amit Katoch. 29. The characteristics of Ahilik in Grand Bazaar and implications on tourist experience/Gurel Cetin and Ismail Kizilirmak. 30. Mysticism as a key motivating factor in tourism: a case of 33rd Kalachakra in Leh-2014/Rahul Thakur and Amit Gangotia. 31. Corporate Governance, tourism and hospitality industry in India/Deepa Shrivastava and Satish K. Mittal. 32. Alternative tourism: a vital mechanism to attain sustainable development of tourism in Katra, (J&K)/Bharat B. Sharma. 33. Community based eco-tourism in Himachal Himalayas/Amit K. Mathur. 34. FIIS and FDIS: boom to tourism/Devinder Sharma and Rishi Jerath. V. Wellness tourism: 35. Dimensions of wellness tourism/S.P. Bansal and Syed Ahmad Rizwan. 36. Emergence of wellness tourism in Himalayas: a sustainable appro. Seller Inventory # 115620

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P N Singh; J K Singh and Kumar Ratnesh

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Introduction and acknowledgements. Memories i. What i know about my father/Ashok Kumar Singh. ii. Dr. Ram Bihari Singh The profile of a great teacher (1915 2003)/P.N. Singh J.K. Singh and Kumar Ratnesh. List of contributors. I. Globalisation and economic reforms 1. Indian economy From colonial legacy to economic reforms/Janardan Kumar. 2. Impact of financial sector reforms on banking system in India/Chakradhar Sinha. 3. Globalisation and third world countries/Ram Binod Singh. 4. Globalisation myth or reality/Dayanidhi Prasad Roy. 5. Economic reform process in India much to learn from its Chinese counterpart/P.N. Singh. 6. Indian economy needs speedy economic reforms/J.K. Singh and Kumar Ratnesh. II. Planning development and environment 7. An appraisal of economic reforms poverty and unemployment in India/J.K. Singh. 8. An appraisal of fifty five years of planning in India/Mrityunjay Kumar. 9. Regional imbalances in India a challenge for economic growth and national integration/Jiwitesh Kumar Singh. 10. Governance and development/Sushila Kumari. 11. A critique of the Draft Approach Paper To the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007 12)/Kumar Ratnesh. 12. A critique of ecological movements in India/Subhash Sharma. 13. Natural resources economic development and environmental degradation/Nawal Kishore Prasad Sinha. 14. Urbanisation and economic development a study in the context of India/Madhusudan Kumar Singh. III. Infrastructure and development 15. Role of infrastructure in economic development the Indian context/Santosh Kumar. 16. Infrastructure management in developing countries problems and challenges/Tripurendra Singh. 17. Historical development of power sector in India/Satish Kumar. 18. Power a key infrastructure for development in India/Niraj Kumar. 19. Role of science and technology in the Indian economy/J.K. Singh and Sushila Kumari. IV. Poverty unemployment and rural development 20. Rural development in India concept and strategy/Suresh Kumar Singh. 21. PURA A new approach to rural development in India/Awadhesh Kumar Singh. 22. Problems of poverty eradication and sustainable development/Hem Chandra Lal Das. 23. Employment oriented strategy of planning in India/Anil Kumar Thakur. 24. Panchayati Raj Institutions and rural development a study in the context of Bihar/Anjana Kumari. V. Agriculture and co operation 25. Indian agriculture perspective and challenges/Mrityunjay Kumar. 26. Agricultural development in India during plan period/Kalyani Gupta. 27. Co operative Movement in India problems and prospects/Sanjay Kumar. 28. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) Its role in empowering rural India/Binay Kumar Singh. 29. Land reforms in India an unfinished task/Ram Dinesh Prasad Sharma. 30. Agricultural labour in India present position and remedies/Hari Krishna Roy. 31. Rural non farm employment in India/Jyoti Singh. VI. Industry development and policies 32. Industrial development in India during plan period/Ram Naresh Singh. 33. A critique of industrial policy in India/Hari Krishna Roy. 34. Industrial Development Bank of India an overview of its performance/Umesh Kumar Singh. 35. Industrial sickness in India causes and cure/Manoj Kumar Singh. 36. Role of information technology industry in the Indian economy/Manish Kumar Singh. 37. Globalisation and small scale industries performance problems and prospects/Birendra Kumar Jha. VII. Money banking and trade 38. Issues in monetary policy a study in the context of India/Asha Singh. 39. The role of the Reserve Bank of India regulatory as well as promotional/Vinod Prasad. 40. Banking in India issues and trends/Amod Prasad. 41. Reflection on bank consolidation in India/Narendra Prasad. 42. Mutual funds in India present position problems and prospects/Krishna Bhushan Padmadeo. 43. WTO and issues of concern for India/Sanjay Kumar Singh. 44. World Trade Organisation and India a study in the context of Doha Round Negotiations/Kumar Ratnesh and J.K. Singh. Seller Inventory # 70101

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Published by Daya (2014)

ISBN 10: 9351242684 ISBN 13: 9789351242680

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About this Item: Daya, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. Introduction. 1. Aquatic Vegetables/A.K. Pandey, P.M. singh, B. singh, A.K. Chaturvedi and Mathura Rai. 2. Aquatic Weeds as Potential Future Foods/R.N. Mandal and P. Jayasankar. 3. Underutilized Fruits of Indian Arid Zone/Dheeraj singh, M.K. Chudhary, M.L. Meena and Hari Dayal. 4. Underexploited and Lesser Known Fruits of Mizoram/T.K. Hazarika. 5. Underutilized Spices/s. Datta and A.B. Sharangi. 6. Cactus Pear/P.K. Ghsh, P. Bhattacharjee and R.S. Singhal. 7. Camelina/Ankur Agarwal, anuja Kumari, M.C. Arya and Zakwan Ahmed. 8. Castor Bean/Swati Sinha, C. Lavanya, R.K. Chaudhary and Rajib Bandopadhyay. 9. Citron/Lallan Ram. 10. Delphiniums/K.K. Dhatt. 11. Embelia ribes: An Endangered Medicinal Plant/Vasantha Kumar, T.Sane Anuradha, V.K. Rao and P.E. Rajasekharan. 12. Propagation and Cultivation Techniques of Embelia ribes (Vidanga)/A. Patwardhan, M. Mhaskar, A. Joglekar, M. Tadwalkar, R. Wagh and R. Vasudeva. 13. Jujube/Sunil Kumar Sharma. 14. Jamun (Syzygium cumini)/Bratati Chaudhary and Kunal Mukhopadhyay. 15. Lasoda (Cordia myxa Roxb)/S.K. Sharma, Hare Krishna and A. Parashar. 16. Mappia: An Endangered Life Saving Anticancerous Medicinal Plant/S. Shashi Kumar, T. Vasantha Kumar, Renuka Jain and P.E. Rajasekharan. 17. Palmyrah/Jiji George and Anitha Karun. 18. Salacia oblonga Wall. ex Wight and Arn/T. Vasantha Kumar, Anuradha Sane, V.K. Rao and P.E. Rajasekharan. 19. Saraca asoca (Rose.) De. Willd.: An Epic Tree of Ancient India/T. Vasantha Kumar, Anuradha Sane, V.K. Rao and P.E. Rajasekharan. 20. Water Chestnut (Trapa bispinosa Roxb.)/S.K. Sharma, Hare Krishna, S.K. Maheshwari and Nitesh Chauhan. Index. Future Crops Vol. 2 expositions plants presently underexploited but with considerable economic value as vegetable, fruit, spices, ornamentals, medicinal plants and industrial crops. Future horticulture is challenging as space, water and energy are limiting factors. New life styles, migration both inter and intra country and innovations in processing into value added products would demand hitherto unknown plants to become crops of commerce and trade. The volume 2 deals with aquatic vegetables, aquatic weeds as potential future crops, underutilized fruits of arid zone, underutilized and lesser known fruits of Mizoram, underutilized Spices, cactus pear, camelina, castor bean, cistron, Delphiniums, Embelia ribes, Jujube, Hamun lasoda, mappia, palmyrah, Salacia oblongs, Saraca Asoca and water chestnut. Future agriculture and horticulture have to be elastic to face effects of climate change, pressures of biotic and abiotic stresses including industrial pollution and induced salinity due to sea water intrusion. Fifty working scientists from research institutes of ICAR and CSIR have contributed to the present volume. The two chapters on aquatic plants are included after considerable debate on prospects of water bodies to grow these crops and their potential as raw material for food, deed and energy. Water chestnut is dealt separately considering its habitat as fresh water bodies. Seller Inventory # 112318

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