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Gupta Malabika Das

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ISBN 10: 8183244645 ISBN 13: 9788183244640

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Gupta, Malabika Das

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Malabika Das Gupta

Published by Raj Publications (2014)

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Malabika Das Gupta

Published by The Asiatic Society, Kolkata (2008)

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About this Item: The Asiatic Society, Kolkata, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Introduction. 2. Aspects of Lushai raids on Tripura. 3. Economic consequences of the Lushai raids on the shifting cultivators of Tripura. 4. Modern day extremist raids on the shifting cultivators of Tripura. 5. Policy measures in the past and at present. Appendices i. Some first hand accounts of Lushai raids in Tripura. ii. Lushai raids in British India that had a bearing on Tripura. iii. Engineering false raids to decoy followers. Bibliography. The shifting cultivators of Tripura were the victims of repeated raids by the Lushais till the late nineteenth century. The monograph analyses the economic impact of Lushai raids on the shifting cultivators of Tripura in the late nineteenth century. It also documents instances of Lushai raids on the shifting cultivators of Tripura examines the nature of these raids analyses their causes and records the measures that were taken to ameliorate the economic conditions of the raid affected shifting cultivators of the state. The present day shifting cultivators of Tripura have become the victims of raids by various extremist outfits operating in the state. The monograph also deals with the incidence of extremist raids on the shifting cultivators of Tripura today. The nature causes and the economic impact of extremist raids on the present day shifting cultivators of the state are also studied in the monograph. Differences in the nature and causes of raids and in the economic impact of raids on the shifting cultivators of Tripura that are separated by more than a century are highlighted reasons for these differences are examined and measures for the amelioration of the economic conditions of the raid affected present day shifting cultivators of Tripura are suggested taking a cue from the lessons that can be learnt from history in this regard. 108 pp. Seller Inventory # 69838

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Abu Nasar Saied Ahmed

Published by Akansha, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8183700977 ISBN 13: 9788183700979

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About this Item: Akansha, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Abbreviations. Introduction/Abu Nasar Saied Ahmed. 1. Redefining national security an overview/Archana Upadhya and Abu Nasar Saied Ahmed. 2. National security issues in the Northeast India/S.K. Agnihotri. 3. India's Northeast soft under belly strategic vulnerability and security/Gurudas Das. 4. Refugee problem and security question the Chakma Hajong refugee issue in Arunachal Pradesh/A.C. Talukdar. 5. ULFA and the unresolved problems of nationalism in Assam/Samir Kumar Das. 6. Armed conflict development and Manipur/Amar Yumnam. 7. MNF Movement and peace process in Mizoram an alternative model of conflict resolution for insurgency movements in Northeast India/R.K. Satapathy. 8. Insurgency in Tripura and its impact on the state's economy/J.B. Ganguly. 9. The impact of militancy on the economy of the Jhumias of the Northeast a study of Tripura/Malabika Das Gupta. 10. Bhutan's relations with India the problem of differentiating the internal from the external for a secondary state/B.P. Misra. Index. The book contains 10 articles presented in a national seminar organized by the Omeo Kumar Das Institute of social change and development in collaboration with the Indian Council of Social Science Research New Delhi. The articles provide a northeastern perspective of India's national security and cover various current and divergent issues. It has a long introductory note of the editor. 186 pp. Seller Inventory # 62980

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C P Prakasam and R B Bhagat

Published by Rawat, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8131601218 ISBN 13: 9788131601211

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About this Item: Rawat, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Overview/C.P. Prakasam and R.B. Bhagat. I. Population and environment linkages 1. On linkages between population and environment some evidences from India/Gopal K. Kadekodi. 2. Understanding the linkages between population growth depletion of natural resources and its implications for women a focus on the EAG States/Kamla Gupta and Mohua Guha. 3. Vanishing common property resources and their environmental impact in rural areas examples from two districts of Andhra Pradesh/M. Ramakrishna Reddy. 4. Concern for environmental degradation in India's planning a review/Sancheeta Ghosh. II. Food water and sanitation 5. Population vs. food who is winning the race/Alka Parikh. 6. Water resources in India issues concerns and the new environment policy/Sumati Kulkarni. 7. Towards the need for water ethics for sustainable development/K. Radhakrishna Murty. 8. Water consumption patterns in domestic households in major Indian cities/Abdul Shaban and R.N. Sharma. 9. Environmental health and sanitation facilities challenges for India/T.V. Sekher. III. Urban environment and disaster 10. Urban ecological issues with special reference to Mumbai/K. Sita and Malabika Ray. 11. Cyclones in Andhra Pradesh damages and response/U.V. Somayajulu. 12. Self reported health problems of slum dwellers in Pune/Anjali Radkar. IV. Household environment and health 13. Health during infancy and early childhood in India household environment matters/Usha Ram Avishek Hazra and Sandip Chakraborty. 14. Housing environment and child morbidity in rural Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu an analysis of the NFHS 2 data/N. Audinarayana. 15. Effect of household environment on women's health in North East India/Avishek Hazra Subhra Datta and Mohua Guha. Index. Global environmental changes are occurring in ways fundamentally different than at any other time in our history. Experts say that virtually all of the earth's ecosystems have been significantly transformed through human actions and that 60 percent of them have already been degraded. Population growth movement density and resource consumption are considered to be the main driver and multiplier of many environmental problems not only in India but all over the world. The industrial systems have encouraged the centralization of populations in urban areas leading to the growth of mega cities and relative neglect of rural habitats. These cities have in turn emerged as the main centres of environmental pollution with high density of vehicular traffic industrial activity and growth of slum population. Health is another important area of mediation in the interface between population and environment. Recognizing the need to examine the linkage between population and environment the population environment centre of the international institute for population sciences Mumbai organized a national seminar on Population and environment nexus in October 2005 to which this book owes its origin. The questions raised in the seminar and their responses have been weaved into a four part discussion (i) Population and environment linkages (ii) Food water and sanitation (iii) urban environment and disaster and (iv) household environment and health. In fact population and environment linkages are complex and multifaceted and no single book can do justice to this burning issue of our times. But still it is hoped that this volume would lead to a deeper understanding of the interface between population and environment. 278 pp. Seller Inventory # 65061

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Asok Kumar Ray and B J Deb

Published by Om Publications, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8186867279 ISBN 13: 9788186867273

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About this Item: Om Publications, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Terrorism seen through a gendered lens/Suchhanda Ghosh. Tripura 2. Peace initiative and development in Tripura/Suchintya Bhattacharjee. 3. The Changing nature of terrorism in Tripura/Mahadev Chakravarti. 4. Prospect of development in the context of terrorism an assessment of the regrouping project in Tripura/Malabika Das Gupta. Mizoram 5. Bru Mizo conflict and peace initiative in Mizoram/Pranay Jyoti Goswami. Manipur 6. Violation of human rights and peace initiative in Manipur/Bimola Devi. 7. Insurgency and human rights in Manipur/Binarani Devi. 8. Women as promoters of peace and harmony in Manipuri Society/O. Sareeta Devi. 9. Insurgency and Muslim women in Manipur/Karam Kunjani. 10. Mera Paibis as human right activists/Rita Mairembam. 11. Youths and insurgency in Manipur/Lamabam Seityabati Devi. Assam 12. Problems and prospects of the peace process in Assam/P.C. Dutta and Y. Deb. 13. Women in the peace process in North East India/Dolly Phukon. 14. Women in terrorism the case of Kokrajhar District/Sujata Bhadra. Meghalaya 15. Gender inequality in the Khasi society a human rights issue/Gita Pyal Ronnie Wahlang and Sabrina Bamon. Nagaland 16. Indo Naga Conflicts and Peace Process/Ninghorla Zimik Tuikhar. 17. Polity Peace and terrorism the Nagaland Scenario/Xevier P. Mao. 18. Peace process and changing face of Nagaland/Mithilesh Kumar Sinha. Arunachal Pradesh 19. Terrorism in Arunachal Pradesh its impact on development/R.P. Bhattacharjee. Index. Both militant terrorism and state terrorism are phenomenally increasing in the northeastern region of India. The versions and standpoints on violation of human rights are highly polarized. The two parties (the terrorists and the state) blame each other for such violation. The overall terrorist scenario let loose both by the militants and by the army has stalled the civic life of millions of people in this region. The casualties happen with the civilians militants as well as with the army personnel. Terrorism let loose by the terrorists and the arm forces has also exposed serious democratic deficit leading to denial of human rights in this region. The role of the civic initiatives and activists for restoration of human rights in this region is of special significance. The selected articles presented in a national seminar on the above theme organized by North East India Council for Social Science Research Shillong are being published in this book. The contributors dealt with conceptual issues and presented narratives of human rights violation caused both by the state and by the arm forces. This book also provides useful insights to the problem and is extremely useful to the enforcement agencies diplomats activists and human rights practitioners. 268 pp. Seller Inventory # 65940

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Arvind Kumar

Published by APH, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8176489190 ISBN 13: 9788176489195

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Studies on ground water pollution along the Shrawani Pilgrimage route from Sultanganj to Deoghar/Arvind Kumar. 2. The impact of land based pollution on the Hydrochemistry and macrobenthic community of a tropical West African Creek/L.O. Chukwu and D.I. Nwankwo. 3. Limnological studies of Potsangbam River Manipur/Laishram Kosygin and Haobijam Dhamendra. 4. Assessment of health of Hugli River by Benthos inhabiting Tolly's Nullah Outfall region Kolkata/Sobhana Paul and N.C. Nandi. 5. An assessment of water quality of River Cauvery at Mettur Salem District Tamil Nadu in relation to pollution/V. Mathivanan P. Vijayan and Selvi Sabhanayakam. 6. Impact of skims effluent on the water quality of Anchar lake Kashmir/Ab. Qayoom Mir G.C. Pandey and S.G. Sarwar. 7. Limnological study of Durqam Cheruvu/Mary Esther Cynthia Johnson Shilaja K. and Surekha Rani P. 8. Hydrobiology of Aliyar Reservoir Coimbatore District India/S. Subhashini and N. Saradhamani. 9. Relationship of physico chemical conditions and growth of Bacillariophyceae during winter in Maddur Lake/T.M. Devaraju M.G. Venkatesha and Surendra Singh. 10. Studies on water quality of Manair Dam flow at Karimnagar Andhra Pradesh State India/P. Lalita and P. Surekha Rani.11. Ground water quality of District Dehra Dun Uttaranchal/C.K. Jain. 12. Ionic composition of two fresh water lakes/Mary Esther Cynthia Johnson. 13. A study on the characteristics of polluted water of Amanishah Nallh and Neighbouring ground water sources with reference to heavy metals content/Dinesh Kumar Samiksha Chaturvedi and R.V. Singh. 14. Assessment of ground water quality in Visakhapatnam Area Andhra Pradesh India/Y. Prasanna Kumar and P. King. 15. Irrigation water quality in District Dehra Dun Uttaranchal/C.K. Jain. 16. Water quality management for Jagath Tank Gulbarga India a case study/K. Vijay Kumar Shahikanth Majagi B. Vasanthkumar and Murali Jadesh. 17. Trace element contamination in ground water of District Dehra Dun Uttaranchal/C.K. Jain. 18. Assessment of water quality of Vrishabhavathi Stream loaded with factory effluents and sewage/S.R. Ambika and P.C. Shreedharan. 19. High self purification in Hathli Stream of outer Himalayas/M.R. Sharma and A.B. Gupta. 20. The impact of electro plating industry on the ground water quality in an urban area in Coimbatore City/P. Palanisamy and G.M. Natarajan. 21. A case study an integrated approach of wetland management in Nadia District West Bengal/Malabika Biswas Pankaj Kumar Roy and Asis Mazumdar. 22. A case study on water resources scenario in West Bengal/Pankaj Kumar Roy and Asis Mazumdar. 23. Status of fresh water in 21 century a review. 24. Water quality index of four religious ponds and its seasonal variation in the Temple City Bhubaneswar/Saswat Kumar Mohanty. 25. Hydrochemical studies of Suvarnamukhi sub basin of Arkavathi River Bangalore District Karnataka/H.C. Vajrappa and N. Rajdhan Singh. 26. Study of the physico chemical characteristics of Khari Nadi water Agra/Sunita Solanki K.S. Rana and Arun Kumar Singh. 27. Hydrobiology of Thirumurthy Reservoir Coimbatore District India/S. Subhashini and N. Saradhamani. 28. Heavy metal pollution in River Tunga Bhadra and Tungabhadra at Kudali Near Shimoga Karnataka/G. Suresha K. Ramadas and E.T. Puttaiah. 29. Fluoride concentration of water in Vrishabhavathi River Basin Bangalore District Karnataka/Y.M. Muniraju H.C. Vajrappa and J.M. Neelakantarama. 30. Investigation of drinking water quality of Basavanahole tank with reference to physico chemical characteristics/J. Narayana R. Purushothama B.R. Kiran K.P. Ravindra Kumar and E.T. Puttaiah. 31. Studies on Physico chemical parameters of Pundi Water Reservoir from Tasgaon Tahsil (Maharashtra)/S.A. Khabade and M.B. Mule. 32. Textural parameters as a tool to differentiate depositional environments of Araniar River Estuary Tamil Nadu India/K.R. Reddy A. Nagaraju and A.N. Reddy. 33. An assessment of physico chemical parameters of fish culture ponds at. Seller Inventory # 56943

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Asok Kumar Ray and Satyabrata Chakraborty

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8180695727 ISBN 13: 9788180695728

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. I. Society and culture 1. Archaeological and architectural remains testimony of cultural interactions of the people of North East India/Jayanta Sarkar. 2. Folklore and development are they antithetic/Soumen Sen. 3. Tribal identity culture and politics the North east Indian perspective/Rajat Kanti Das. 4. Culture and its impact on human personality/Bobby Mahanta. 5. Global concern(s) indigenous people/tribes vis a vis non tribes/R.K. Bhattacharya and Kumkum Bhattacharya. 6. Dormitories in the life of the Wanchos of Arunachal Pradesh/Sarit K. Chaudhuri and Nokkai Wangsaham. 7. Marriage that was in Manipur/Oinam Ranjit Singh. 8. Student/youth movement with special reference to North East India/S.B. Chakrabarti. 9. Society and politics in Manipur/Ksh. Bimola Devi. 10. Women's movements in conflict situation in Manipur/Th. Binarani Devi. 11. Impact of North East Indian Tribal values and culture on the hill region's socio economic development in the pre plan period/J.B. Ganguli. 12. Society culture and development/Xavier Pfokrehe Mao. 13. Family as the Primary agency of education among the poor Khasis of Shillong city/Gita Pyal. 14. Gender dimension of social sector development in Manipur/Asha Thokchom. 15. Bio social diversity among caste populations of Assam/Debashis Basu. II. Development 16. Between South and Southeast Asia recasting India's Northeast in the age of globalization/Samir Kumar Das. 17. Institutional reforms governance and growth a case study of North East India/Ashok Kumar Ray. 18. The coming of tea in the Brahmaputra Valley/Keya Dasgupta. 19. Land administration in the Char Areas of Assam the Task ahead/Gorky Chakraborty. 20. Some aspects of sustainable socio economic development in North Eastern region of India/P.C. Dutta. 21. Tourism in North East India exploring the paradise/Elangbam Nixon Singh. 22. Urbanization in Meghalaya/Surojit Sen Gupta. 23. Urbanization among the tribals of Tripura/Malabika Das Gupta. 24. Some aspects of urbanizations and economic development in Bodoland a perspective of Kokrajhar Town/Sujata Bhadra. 25. A glimpse at the distribution and concentration of Farm land holdings in North Eastern India/A.K. Neog. 26. Centrally sponsored schemes for upliftment of rural economy of North East India an analysis/A. Rajmani Singh. 27. Women development and sex ratio treading between North and North East India/Paulavi Das. 28. Empowerment of women through information and communication technology/Jahitha Begum and M. Vakkil. 29. Ecosystem enrichment and livelihood management an endeavour for synthesis towards symbiotic sustainability/Kaustubh Lahiri. Index. The collection of twenty nine essays in honour of Prof. Basudeb Datta Ray Secretary North East India Council for Social Science Research Shillong touches upon the multiple contours of society culture and development in the North East region of India. 362 pp. Seller Inventory # 71527

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Edited by Dev Nathan and Virginius Xaxa

Published by Oxford University Press (2012)

ISBN 10: 0198078935 ISBN 13: 9780198078937

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword.I. Processes of Exclusion and Adverse Inclusion: 1. M. Hamid Ansari: Inaugural Address: Marginalization of Tribals in India. 2. Virginius Xaxa: Tribes and Development: Retrospect and Prospect. 3. A. K. Nongkynrih: India's Development Framework, Environment, and Broom Grass: A Sociological Perspective. 4. Alex Ekka: Displacement of Tribals in Jharkhand: A Violation of Human Rights. 5. Bhangya Bhukya: The Eternal Colonial Legacy: Adivasis and Land Assertion in Andhra Agency. 6. Paul Streumer: Changes and Chances: The Ho People of West Singhbhum and the Challenges of Rapid Economic Growth. 7. Rosemary Dzuvichu: Gender and the Development Discourse in Nagaland. 8. Malabika Das Gupta: Class Formation among the Tribes: A Case Study of the Mogs of Tripura. II. Exclusion Outcomes: 9. Maitreyi Bordia Das Soumya Kapoor, and Denis Nikitin: Dying To Get Attention: A Closer Look at Child Mortality among Adivasis in India. 10. Meena Radhakrishnan: Thought for Food: Endemic Hunger among Forest Dependent Communities. 11. Amita Shah: Poverty and Livelihoods among Forest Based Regions in Southern Orissa: Evidence and Policy Imperatives. 12. Veronica Pala and Ibalari Khongjoh: Calorie Deficiency among Scheduled Tribes in the North-Eastern Region of India. 13. Anvita Abbi: Declining Adivasi Knowledge Systems and Killing of Linguistic Diversity. III. Climate Change: An Emerging Issue of Exclusion: 14. Phrang Roy: On Indigenous Peoples' Future. 15. Govind Kelkar: Adivasi Women: Engaging with Climate Change. 16. Birgitte Leduc and Dhrupad Choudhury: Agricultural Transformation in Shifting Cultivation. Areas of North-east India: Implications for Land Management Gender and Institutions. IV. Dealing with Exclusion and Adverse Inclusion: 17. Dev Nathan: Displacement and Reconstruction of Livelihoods. 18. Dev Nathan: Community Representatives' Views on Development Processes. 19. Ganesh Thapa and Antonella Cordone: Development of Adivasi Communities: Lessons from Projects in Asia. This volume focuses on themes of exclusion and inclusion vis à vis Adivasis in India. It locates issues of development and impediments to their growth within a larger regional national and even global context. The discussion centres on the states of Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh Orissa Meghalaya Nagaland and Tripura which have significant Adivasi populations. It also analyses in-depth issues such as child mortality hunger poverty livelihoods gender linguistic diversity agriculture and the development process. The book provides a guide for formulating policy in order to overcome deprivation faced by the Adivasis. In doing so it highlights three important issues: the need to eliminate exclusion in access to services to accept land and property rights as granted to other citizens; and to ensure adequate representation and voice to the Adivasis in deciding policies related to their lives and welfare. Key Features: Case studies on Jharkhand, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, Meghalaya, Nagaland, and Tripura. Examines issues of child mortality hunger poverty gender linguistic diversity agriculture and livelihoods vis à vis development. Perspectives from academics development practitioners and policymakers. Seller Inventory # 108316

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Bimal J Deb; Keya Sengupta and B Datta Ray

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8180695107 ISBN 13: 9788180695100

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. The contributors. 1. North East India in the context of New Economic policy/B. Datta Ray. 2. North East India and its council for development/Bimal J. Deb. 3. Self Help Groups Micro finance and political economy/Asok Kumar Ray. 4. Implications of New Economic Policy for development of North East India/Pabitra Giri. 5. Recent developments for boosting development of North East India/J.B. Ganguly. 6. New Economic Policy and Assam's Economic performance/Khorshed Alam. 7. Market oriented reforms in health care delivery system and the North East/Malabika Das Gupta. 8. People place and potential in the North East/Bibhash R. Choudhury. 9. North Eastern region of India and the economic reform programme/P.M. Passah. 10. Globalization as a model for economic development strategy for North East India/Hiranmoy Roy and Kingshuk Adhikari. 11. Reform and inclusive growth of North East Economy/Amalesh Banerjee. 12. Globalization and FDI in North East India/G.P. Prasain and E. Nixon Singh. 13. Globalization and its impact on society some reflections/Surojit Sen Gupta. 14. Economic policy and the North East looking beyond Neo classical Praxis Gorky Chakraborty. 15. New Economic Policy and development in NER of India/P.C. Dutta and B.C. Pradhan. 16. The micro finance experience accomplishments and challenges/Sakiya Khan. 17. Impact of New Economic Policy in North Eastern Region/R.P. Bhattacharjee. 18. Tourism as a strategy for economic development of North East India/B. Francis Kulirani. 19. Economic growth in the regime of reforms Nagaland's experience/Mithilesh Kumar Sinha. 20. Economic reforms and employment in Nagaland issues and challenges/Manoj Kumar Singh. 21. Impact of globalization on industrial sector of India's North Eastern region with special reference to Assam/Pranay Jyoti Goswami. 22. Impact of New Economic Policy on tea industry of Assam/Biswajyoti Dasgupta. 23. Impact of globalization on tea and silk industry of Assam/Ganga Rani Das. 24. Resource mobilisation and local products of Garo Hills in the perspective of New Economic Policy/Anjan Jyoti Borah. 25. India's Look East Policy and youth of Manipur/Th. Binarani Devi. 26. New Economic Policy and poverty alleviation programmes in Manipur an overview/N. Tejmani Singh and Th. Jitendra Singh. 27. Harvesting prosperity by Look East Policy/Kaustubh Lahiri. 28. New Economic Policy and its impact on traditional skills of women in North East India/Dolly Phukon. 29. The renewable energy Policy issues and prospects/D.R. Das. Appendix. Index. This book having 29 papers presented at a national seminar organized by the North East India Council for Social Science Research Shillong attempts to assess the prospects and constraints facing North East India in absorbing the New Economic Policy in its political economy. Analyzing the implications of New Economic Policy for the development of the North East region the contributors address a wide range of issues concerning the market oriented reforms in healthcare delivery system inclusive growth of North East Economy FDI flow in the region micro finance employment generation poverty alleviation resource mobilization the renewable energy policy and Look East Policy. They also examine the impact of globalization on society and economy of the region. 370 pp. Seller Inventory # 71315

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Edited by Bimal J. Deb

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About this Item: Concept, 2010. tables (illustrator). Contents 1 Introduction 2 Population of agricultural workers in the north east India and their work participation AK Neog 3 Demographic dividend as a factor of economic development of north eastern states JB Ganguly 4 Population growth and changes in demographic structure in North East India Madhushree Das and Bimal Kumar Kar 5 Population growth and development in north eastern region of India PC Dutta 6 Demographic scenario of the states of north eastern region of India an analysis AK Borah J Bobora and SV Borbora 7 Population growth of north East India a geographical analysis Subrata Purkayastha 8 Population growth and forest degradation in North East India Somnath Hazra and Raj Kumar Sen 9 The qualitative and quantitative dimensions of population dynamics in North East India Reema Choudhury Chakraborty 10 Population dynamics and development pattern in north eastern region a case study of north easts capital towns PK Ryngnga 11 Quality of life of women in North East India Chaiti Sharma Biswas 12 Population dynamics quality of life and the environment Arup Kumar Hazarika 13 Population dynamics and the demographic dividend in Meghalaya Utpal Kumar Day 14 Polemics of migration in population dynamics of Assam K Alam 15 Dynamics of population growth in Assam and its socio economic implications Lakhyahira Datta 16 Victims of suspicious identity the char dwellers of Assam Gorky Chakraborthy 17 Urbanization in Assam growth of slums and related problems Jayasree Borah 18 Migration and its role in the growth of population in Guwahati city Aditya Ch Deka and L Datta 19 Women in urban informal sector in Guwahati Zona Bhuyan 20 Between the border and the fence the border fencing affected population of Tripura Malabika Sad Gupta 21 Demographic disequilibrium and the trend of multi culturalism in Tripura Suchintya Bhattacharya 22 Factors affecting changing ratio in Nagaland Mithilesh Kumar Sinha 23 Population growth and trend in Nagaland Manoj Kumar Singh 24 Population growth trend in Nagaland a study of Zunheboto district RP Athparia and BF Kulirani 25 Population dynamics in Arunachal Pradesh RP Bhattacharjee 26 Demographic profile of Arunachal Pradesh Surojit Sen Gupta 27 Population growth in Manipur a demographers view Elangbam Nixon Singha and GP Prasain 28 Demographic profile of North East India with special reference to Manipur Rajmani Singh and A Ratan Sharma 29 Religious minorities and communal harmony the situation in Assam Tapan Kumar Chattopadhyay Index This compendium of 28 papers attempt to examine the population dynamics and development pattern in North East India Taking a close look at the population of agricultural workers and their work participation it discusses at length the population growth and changes in demographic structure in the region forest degradation and the qualitative as well as quantitative dimensions of population dynamics The contributors also deliberate on the quality of womens life polemics of migration socio economic implications of population growth urbanization and growth of slums the trend of multi culturalism religious minorities and communal harmony jacket 384 pp. Seller Inventory # 84932

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edited by Sutapa Sengupta, Saifun Nessa and Sarbani Dasgupta

Published by EBH Publishers (2015)

ISBN 10: 9383252472 ISBN 13: 9789383252473

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About this Item: EBH Publishers, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Part I: Introduction. 1. Bringing Gender disparity into focus in North-Eastern India/Sumi Krishna. Part II: Gender Disparity in power structure. 2. Are social Hierarchies unjust : a gendered approach to power structures/Manorama Sharma. 3. Disempowered gender - status of women in North East India/Binayak Dutta. 4. Re-assessing gender, gender disparities and gender issues in North East India: a socio geographic perspective/Anindita Datta. 5. Gender disparity and power structure in the institution of higher education in Assam/Madhumita Purkayasrha. 6. Women and political representation in Meghalaya some observation/Susmita Sen Gupta. 7. Gender and disparity: issues and implications/Sanjoy Choudhury. Part III: Legal Awareness, Legal aids and Gender. 8. Land rights and women/Malabika Das Gupta. 9. Women: legal awareness and legal literacy/O.D.V. Ladia. 10. Legal awareness and the women legal aid cell in Assam/Meeta Deka. Part IV: Gender Disparity in Culture and Social Development. 11. Tradition of Dance rituals and gender dynamics in Manipur/Reena Laisram. 12. Gender disparity in the Muslim society : tradition, continuity and change/Saidun Nessa, Saifun Nessa. 13. Aging in matrilineal society : a study of mercy home in Shilong/Daianolin Nongsiej. 14. Literacy, education and social development/A. Henia. 15. Gender gaps in literacy with particular reference to Assam/Dulumoni Goswami. 16. Pattern of female literacy in Assam : a socio-spatial analysis/Chandra Kala Magar, Bimal K. Kar. 17. Gender Disparity in Literacy among the scheduled castes population in the Brahmaputra Valley Assam/Lakshyahira Datta, Momita Goswami. 18. Pattern of female literacy in Guwahati city and its adjoining areas/Semim Wara Begum, Bimal K. Kar . Part V: Disempowering women, Violence and oppression Against women. 19. Gender concern and food security in rice farming systems in North East India case study of Tripura/V. T. Darlong, D.K. Hore, S. Deb Barma. 20. Gender disparity vis-a-vis change in tribal societies : a micro study of Arunachal Pradesh & Meghalaya/Bibhash Dhar. 21. The Homeless Mentally ill women : an empirical study of Guwahati City/Gayatree Goswami. 22. Voice against women in India - a brief study/Ms Nivedita Chakraborty, Ms Jaya Gupta Choudhury. 23. Empowering women : North East Scenario/Paulavi Das. Part VI: Gender Disparity in Economy, Occupations and Livelihood. 24. Gender disparities in occupation : some observation on its structure and composition in North East India/Pabitra Giri. 25. Forest livelihood and gender: livelihood strategies of Khasi rural women/Rekha M Shangpliang. 26. Women, media and globalization: an inner introspection/Rosemary B. Choudhury, Mrigakshi Hazarika. 27. Female domestic workers in Shillong/Jane Eufemia Warjri. The book is a consortium of research papers presented by scholars and academicians of different fields The objective of the book was to bring into focus the disparities that infest the economic, political and cultural status of women in general in Indian context and that in the context of the Northeast India. Seller Inventory # 117846

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Malabika Das Gupta

Published by Mittal Publications (2014)

ISBN 10: 8183244645 ISBN 13: 9788183244640

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About this Item: Mittal Publications, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. New. book. Seller Inventory # F5S5-7-Z-8183244645-6

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D P Chattopadhyaya

Published by Centre for Studies in Civiliz, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8187586206 ISBN 13: 9788187586203

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About this Item: Centre for Studies in Civiliz, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. General introduction. I. Basic concepts interpretations 1. When western idea fails/Sibajiban Bhattacharyya. 2. Self society and science theoretical and historical perspectives/D.P. Chattopadhyaya. 3. Philosophy and self realization in the Rgveda/Nicholas Kazanas. 4. Self subjectivity and social sciences/Chhanda Gupta. 5. Self society and nature/S.R. Bhatt. 6. Science society and the individual/N. Mukunda. 7. Consciousness in search of its ecology/G.L. Pandit. 8. Time's loom and the yarn of progress/Lokesh Chandra. 9. Self society and science a la philosophical ideas of Rabindranath Tagore/Manjulika Ghosh. II. Historical Indian perspectives 10. Yoga consciousness and human fulfilment/Kireet Joshi. 11. Indian scientific and technological achievements/B.V. Subbarayappa. 12. Idealism and the programme of interiorization of consciousness new possibilities for idealism/Kalyan Kumar Bagchi. 13. Self and consciousness in Vedanta and Buddhism/G.C. Nayak. 14. Why be moral. Buddhism and social ethics/Malabika Majumdar. 15. Vedic view of self/Shashi Prabha Kumar. 16. Advaita concept of the self/N. Veezhinathan. 17. Atman Quasi recurrence and Paticca Samuppada/C.K. Raju. 18. The idea of a morally ordered universe/Vibha Chaturvedi. 19. Self and self transcendence in the Bhagavad Gita/Sangeetha Menon. III. Western views 20. On embracing a religion called positivism/R.A. Mashelkar. 21. Alienation in science/Krishna Roy. 22. Rediscovering the metaphysical self/R.C. Pradhan. 23. Sartre's theory on self and its social relevance/S. Gopalan. 24. Darwin's evolution a dangerous idea/A. Kanthamani. 25. Critical theory and late orientalism reflections on modernity and the modern sciences/Murzban Jal. 26. Self and society revisiting cartesianism/P.K. Mohapatra. IV. Scientific reflections 27. Science as a form of culture/D.P. Chattopadhyaya. 28. Ethical issues in biotechnology/Manju Sharma Alka Sharma Vijaylakshmi Ravindranath. 29. Quantum reality vis a vis classical reality/Dipankar Home. 30. Scientific terms across traditions/Sundar Sarukkai. 31. Dimensions of self biological to spiritual/S.S. Antarkar. 32. Science values and objectivity/Shashi Motilal. 33. An evolutionary approach to consciousness/Vidyanand Nanjundiah. V. Social bearings 34. Tragic dominance of the self/Yash Pal. 35. Neurosciences and philosophy/G.C. Pande. 36. Of mice and men ethical issues in animal exploitation/Anindya Sinha. 37. Self man and society technology and industrialization/N.S.S. Raman. 38. Traditional value and valuable tradition/Nirmal Sengupta. 39. Self and objectivity in social sciences/Hiranmay Banerjee. 40. Popper's search for a better world/Pradip Kumar Sengupta. 41. Interfaith for value education/Reeta Bagchi. Index of names. Index of subjects. Self Society and Science Theoretical and Historical Perspectives is one of a set of four volumes purported to broach the basic themes of the subject Consciousness Science Society Value and Yoga (CONSSAVY). This sub project is a part and extension of the ongoing Project of History of Indian Science Philosophy and Culture [PHISPC]. Science has been described both as abstract and concrete. Mathematical language constructive orientation and the invisible universality of scientific laws make it abstract. But when its dependence on human experience and practice is recalled science is felt to be concrete and close to common sense. Science is social in a double sense. No individual in his isolation can create science. He is influenced by the views of others predecessors and contemporaries and scientific truth claims need to be attested at least in principle by all. Sociology of science is a valid form of knowledge. Without peer endorsement and acceptance no new scientific theory is recognized as truly scientific. Of course the validation of science is a more comprehensive affair than the mere sociological approval of it. In science diverse information about the world are sought to be systematized in terms of laws. Seller Inventory # 55975

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

Published by Daya Publishing House (2011)

ISBN 10: 8170357527 ISBN 13: 9788170357520

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2011. 16 col plates, figs, tables (illustrator). Contents Foreword Preface 1 Conservation status of flying mammal BatsJitendra Kumar and Amita Kanaujia 2 Estimating food sources for woolly spider monkeys Brachyteles spp using the forest structureWilson Marcelo da Silva-Junior Flavia Maria da Silva Carmo Fabiano Rodrigues de Melo and Joao Augusto Alves Meria-Neto 3 Distribution ecology and conservation of the gaur Bos gaurus H Smith 1824M Ashokkumar S Swaminathan R Nagarajan and Ajay A Desai 4 Patterns in the costs of lactation of body condition of free-ranging rocky mountain elk Cervus elaphus nelsoni PopulationsJessica R Piasecke and Louis C Bender 5 Elephants and polity in Ancient India as Exemplified by Kautilya?sArthasastra Science of Polity Conservation issues in Historical contextClem Tisdell 6 Antimicrobial resistant aeromonas isolated from Eurasian otters Lutra lutra Linnaeus 1758 in PortugalM Oliveria T Sales-Luis T Semedo-Lemsaddek T Ribeiro NM Pedroso L Tavares and CL Vilela 7 Aquatic Avifauna of Aravalli Hills Rajasthan IndiaSarita Mehra Satya Prakash Mehra and Krishan Kumar Sharma 8 Studies on the nesting and foraging behaviour of lesser golden backed woodpecker dinopium benghalense LinnaeusK Saravanan and P Sivabakiyam 9 Conservation of adjutant storks ciconidae Leptoptilos dubius and L javanicus in south and Southeast AsiaPK Saikia Malabika Kakati Saikia PC Bhattacharjee Malcolm C Coulter and DK Sharma 10 Avifaunal status of Koshi Tappu wildlife reserve Nepal after Koshi flood disaster 2008Kul Prasad Limbu and Bharat Raj Subba 11 Study of saltwater crocodile crocodiles porosus in mangrove forest at sundarban in West Bengal for conservation and ManagementMousumi Saha Agniswar Sarkar and B Bandyopadhyay 12 General reproductive biology of horse mackerel trachurus mediterraneus in the Bulgarian black sea coastMaria Hristova Yankova 13 Molecular markers for the analysis of genetic biodiversity with special reference to Indian fish faunaMustafa A Kamal and Iqbal Parwez 14 Man-wildlife interaction A Case of wildlife utilization for food security in papua IndonesiaFreddy Pattiselanno 15 New Record of three scleractinian corals from Avis Island Andaman Archipelago IndiaTamal Mondal C Raghunathan and Ramakrishna 16 Predatory behaviour of aquatic Hemiptera A synoptic ReviewNabaneeta Saha Gautam Aditya and Goutam K Saha 17 Spider fauna of India A Biogeographic analysisAmbalaparambil Vasu Sudhikumar and Pothalil Antony Sebastian 19 Pollinator biodiversity and their conservationShahnawaz A Dar ZH Khan Akhtar Ali Khan and Sheikh Bilal Ahmad 20 Effect of edaphic factors in diversity of soil microarthropods A reviewHina Parwez Hohd Jalaluddin Abbas and Mohd Ilyas 21 Ecology and reproductive biology of freshwater Prawns of the genus macrobrachium bate 1868 of IndiaKV Jayachandran and B Indira 22 Taxo-Ecological Study of plychaetes of Subarnarekha Estuary Balasore OrissaSantanu Mitra and Mairti Bose Biswas 23 Life under ecological flux An Estuarine Case studyKauresh D Vachhrajani and Pranav J Pandya 24 Faunal Diversity in the rasik beel wetland complex Tufanganj IndiaDebashis Das Pinaki Mitra Apurba Sen and Prithwiraj Jha IndexThe present book Animal Diversity Natural History and Conservation Vol I comprises the vast body of research on the subject and includes twenty four original research and review chapters written by emeinet scientists and researchers form Australia Brazil Bulgaria India Indonesia Nepal Portugal and USA The volume ? I has been written in a lucid and easy to understand language dealing elaborately and includes a wide range of toics having a direct bearing on animal diversity and conservation The book provides diversified information regarding diversity of spider fauna aquatic hemipterans soil micro-arthropods polychaetes prawns and also the fish fauna on one hand besides focusing on molecular markers for the anlysis of genetic biodiversity with special referenfe to indin fish fauna Chapters on pollinator biodiversity and their conservation conservation status. Seller Inventory # 98212

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Published by Anthem Press, United Kingdom (2009)

ISBN 10: 8190757016 ISBN 13: 9788190757010

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About this Item: Anthem Press, United Kingdom, 2009. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Arun Kumar Das Gupta taught English literature for over 40 years, first at Presidency College, Kolkata, and then at the University of Calcutta. His interpretations of Western literature and thought, particularly of the Renaissance, shaped a whole generation of students. Some of them have produced this volume of essays in tribute to their mentor. Two essays directly address the intellectual milieu of the European Renaissance. Sukanta Chaudhuri examines the unusual merger of modes and registers in Renaissance philosophic discourse, while Niranjan Goswami looks at a particular example of Ramist practice. The other pieces relate to English writers and works, notably Shakespeare and Milton, in a wider perspective of Renaissance concerns and general critical issues. Abhijit Sen analyses the stage and verbal imagery in Macbeth. Supriya Chaudhuri and Paromita Chakraborty take King Lear as their point of departure. Chaudhuri brings out the full conceptual implications of the Dover Cliff scene, while Chakraborty dissects the play s sexual imagery. Swapan Chakravorty takes in a wide range of dramatic and non-dramatic texts in his survey of reading on the Early Modern stage. Amlan Das Gupta studies the Miltonic simile, specifically in Paradise Lost Book IV. Finally, Malabika Sarkar reads Samson Agonistes in a context of magic and alchemy to draw out some implications deeply relevant at the present time. Seller Inventory # AAR9788190757010

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