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T. Nirmala Devi

ISBN 10: 8121209307 ISBN 13: 9788121209304

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About this Item: 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. 390 The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Techno Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a sub regional grouping. It is positively perceived as a bridge between the SAARC and the ASEAN regional groupings, as it embraces fier SAARC members viz., Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka Nepal and Bhutan and two ASEAN members , Myanmar and Thailand, around the Bay of Bengal and the Eastern Coast of the Indian Ocean Formed in 1997 with the main objective of promoting cooperation among the contiguous countries of the Bay of Bengal, the BIMSTEC has identified six agreed areas of cooperation, viz., tread and investment; technology; transport and communication; energy; tourism and fisheries. With the changing image and the recent economic clout India's increasing engagement with the ASEAN national collectively and individually is a positive step in the direction of its Look East policy. Though not all potential areas of sub regional cooperation in the BIMSTEC have received adequate attention in this volume, it is yet a pioneering effort in launching an exclusive collected work on the subjects as the literature on the BIMSTEC is very inadequate and wanting. About The Author:- T. Nirmala Devi is professor and Director of the Center for SAARC Studies, Andhra University Visakhapatnam. After obtaining Ph. D. in Economics She has been working on South Asian studies for over two decades. She was a Baden- Wurttemberg Fellow at the South Asia Institute University of Heidelburg, Germany. Her other areas of interest are international economic, women’s studies and demographic studies. Besides co-editing two books, WTO and Implications for South Asia (2006) and Regional Cooperation in South Asia: New Dimension (2002): she has authored three books, viz., Population and Development in SAARC (1996); Socio-Economic profile of SAARC Countries (1994); and Regional Economic and nearly sixty research papers on South Asia to her Credit. Contents:- Contents, Foreword, Amb. A.N. Ram, Former Secretary (East), Ministry, of External Affairs, Govt. of India & C h a i r m a n , CSCAP (India), Preface, List of Contributors, Introduction, - T. Nirmala Devi, Part-I: India’s Role in BIMSTEC, 1. India and BIMST-EC: Experiment with Subregional, Cooperation, - P.V. Rao, 2. India’s Role in BIMST-EC: Prospects and, Problems, - A. Lakshmana Chetty, 3. India’s Trade and Investment Opportunities in, BIMSTEC, - Indra Nath Mukherji & Nawal K. Paswan, 4. India’s New Regionalism in Asia: Look East and, BIMSTEC Interface, - Tridib Chakraborthy, 9, 13, 17, 21, 28, 41, 60, 100, 6 India and Bay of Bengal Community, Part-II: Cooperation in Trade and Investment in, BIMSTEC, 5. Challenges and Opportunities for BIMSTEC, - K.C. Reddy, 6. Economic Cooperation in BIMSTEC: Emerging, Trends and Prospects, - T. Nirmala Devi, 7. Regional Economic Arrangements: Understanding, the growth of BIMSTEC, - Padmaja Murthy, 8. Evolution of BIMSTEC: Towards a Bay of Bengal, Economic Community, - P. Leela, 9. Possibilities of Cooperation in BIMSTEC, Countries, - K. Sreerama Murthy, K. Sailaja & R. Radha, Part-III: Political Perspectives on BIMSTEC, 10. Development of BIMST-EC: Nature and, Direction, Challenges and Issues, - B.C. Upreti, 11. Political and Foreign Policy Perspectives of, BIMSTEC, - M. Chandrasekhar & G. Ravi Kumar Rao, 12. Indo-Sri Lanka Maritime Co-operation:, Implications on The Bay of Bengal, - V. Srilatha, 13. Re-Envisioning India-Myanmar Relations, - B. Meena Rao & S. Subba Rao, 122, 128, 155, 179, 184, 197, 203, 218, 172, Contents 7, 14. A Study on India’s Political-Economic Relations, with Some BIMSTEC Nations, - A. Vanajamani, Part-IV: Cooperation in Science and Technology in, BIMSTEC, 15. Coastal and Oceanic Resources of Bay of, Bengal – Scope for Scientific and Technical, collaboration, - P. Rajendra Prasad, 16. Some Views on Possible Collaboration in, Science and Technology among Bay of Bengal, Economic Community with Emphasis on Space, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, - A. Narayana Swam. Seller Inventory # 9788121209304

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Rao, C. Narayana

Published by Sarada Press, Madras, India (1954)

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About this Item: Sarada Press, Madras, India, 1954. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. First Edition. 5" X 7 1/2" Musciology FAIR/NO JACKET. xi, 165 pp. In Andhra and English (side by side).Text clean and unmarked. Pages tanned. Several small worm holes in text block and binding. Bright green cloth boards printed in black, lightly soiled and sunned, edges worn. The songs of Kakarla Tyagabrahmam (1767 -1847), one of the greatest composers of Carnatic music or Indian classical music, in the original Andhra with English translations. Seller Inventory # NZ000285

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Rao C. Narayana

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About this Item: Asian Educational Services. Condition: New. pp. vi + 214. Seller Inventory # 7863778

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C.Narayana Rao

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About this Item: Asian Educational Services, New Delhi, India, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Reprint. This book is the 2nd of 4 lecturers delivered by the author under the auspices of the Madras University as a part of the Oriental Research Institute. In this part the lectures explain the Dravidian racial and culture complex, a retrospect and prospect of Dravidian Philology, and the relationship of the Dravidian Language with other old languages like Prakrit, Iranian, Vedic, Pali, Paisali, kashmiri, Sindhi and Lahundi and Khas Kura. This book is a reprint of the 1929 edition.Printed Pages: 218. Seller Inventory # 102851

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Narayana, C. Rao

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About this Item: Asian Educational Service, New Delhi, 2003. N.A. Condition: New. 19cm, 218p This book is the 2nd of 4 lecturers delivered by the author under the auspices of the Madras University as a part of the Oriental Research Institute. In this part the lectures explain the Dravidian racial and culture complex, a retrospect and prospect of Dravidian Philology, and the relationship of the Dravidian Language with other old languages like Prakrit, Iranian, Vedic, Pali, Paisali, kashmiri, Sindhi and Lahundi and Khas Kura. This book is a reprint of the 1929 edition. Seller Inventory # 307039

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Dhananjay Katre; Prashant Halari; Meghana Deshpande; Manu Gupta; Narayana Rao Surapaneni

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Kaushik Basu (ed.)

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, New Delhi, India, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Revised Edition. In today’s complex and fast evolving environment, understanding India’s economy is not just an intellectual challenge, but, with the country emerging as a major global player, also a requirement. This unique volume, the first comprehensive resource of its kind on the contemporary Indian economy, aims to address this need. Culled from the collective wisdom and experience of over 200 distinguished contributors, that include economists, business leaders, policymakers, and analysts, the Companion covers the evolution of the Indian economy from relative obscurity to an emergent global force. The more than 200 entries span the recent cover stories of India’s high growth, leadership in software and information technology, and outsourcing success, and also document the backwaters—the widespread poverty, farmer suicides, child labour, and the large and impoverished informal sector that houses a majority of India’s labour force. The revised edition, a testimonial to the dynamism that epitomizes ‘the Indian economy’, includes several new topics that have grown in significance since the first edition was planned; and several revised entries on topics that have undergone rapid transformation during the short time since the first edition was written. CONTRIBUTORS • A.K. Shiva Kumar • A. Vaidyanathan • Abhijit V. Banerjee • Abhirup Sarkar • Aditya Bhattacharjea • Ajay Mahal • Ajay Shah • Ajit K. Ghose • Ajit Mishra • Alaka Malwade Basu • Amaresh Bagchi • Amartya Sen • Amitabh Kundu • Amitava Bose • Amiya Kumar Bagchi • Amrita Dhillon • Anandita Philipose • Anindita Pujari • Anindya Sen • Anirvan Banerji • Anjini Kochar • Anup Kumar Sinha • Anuradha Bhasin • Arindam Banik • Arindam Das-Gupta • Arjun Sengupta • Arkadev Chatterjea • Arnab Basu • Arvind Panagariya • Arvind Subramanian • Arvind Virmani • Asani Sarkar • Ashima Goyal • Ashok V. Desai • Ashok Guha • Ashok Gulati • Ashok Kotwal • Ashok Lahiri • Ashok Mitra • Ashwini Deshpande • Asim K. Dasgupta • Basudeb Chaudhuri • Bharat Ramaswami • Bhargavi Rao • Bhaskar Dutta • Bibek Debroy • Bimal Jalan • Bina Agarwal • B.P.R. Vithal • Charan Singh • C.N.R. Rao • C. Rammanohar Reddy • D. Narayana • David E. Bloom • Deb Kusum Das • Deena Khatkhate • Deepak Nayyar • Devesh Kapur • Dhushyanth Raju • Dilip Mookherjee • Dilip M. Nachane • Dilip Subramanian • Dipjyoti Majumdar • Divya Minisandram • E. Somanathan • Esther Duflo • G. Balachandran • Gary S. Fields • Gayatri Ambika Menon • Gurcharan Das • Hèlène Chevrou-Sèvèrac • Hiranya Mukhopadhayay • Ignatius Chithelen • Ila Patnaik • Indrani Gupta • Ira N. Gang • Isher Judge Ahluwalia • Jaivir Singh • Jayashree Watal • Jayati Sarkar • Jean Dreze • Jeemol Unni • Jeffrey Hammer • Jishnu Das • Jugnu Bagga • K.L. Krishna • K. Navaneetham • K.S. Krishnaswamy • K. Seeta Prabhu • Kaivan Munshi • Kala Seetharam Sridhar • Kameshwari Shankar • Kanhaiya Singh • Kanti Bajpai • Karthik Muralidharan • Kaushik Ranjan Bandyopadhyay • Laveesh Bhandari • M.S. Swaminathan • Madhura Swaminathan • Maitreesh Ghatak • Mandar P. Oak • Mausumi Das • Medha Malik Kudaisya • Mihir Pandey • Mihir Rakshit • Milind Kandlikar • Mirai Chatterjee • Mohammed Zakaria Siddiqui • Monica Das Gupta • Montek S. Ahluwalia • Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri • Mukesh Anand • Mukesh Eswaran • Mukesh Gulati • N.R. Narayana Murthy • Nagesh Kumar • Nancy Chau • Narendra Jadhav • Nirvikar Singh • Nitin Desai • Omkar Goswami • P. Chidambaram • Pami Dua • Pankaj Chandra • Partha Ray • Parthasarathi Shome • Payal Malik • P.C. Kesavan • Prabhat Patnaik • Pradip K. Bhaumik • Pranab Bardhan • Prasanta K. Pattanaik • Pratap Bhanu Mehta • Prital Sailesh Kadakia • Pulin Nayak • Puran B. Mongia • R. Nagaraj • R.A. Mashelkar • R.K. Pachauri • R.S. Deshpande • Rafiq Dossani • Raghav Gaiha • Rajesh Chakrabarti • Rajnish Mehra • Ram Singh • Ramprasad Sengupta • Ranjan Ray • Rashmi Banga • Ratan Tata • Ravi Kanbur • Reema Nanavaty • Renana Jhabvala • Ritu Anand • Roger Jeffery • Rohini Pande • Rohini Somanathan • Ronald J. Seller Inventory # 031192

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Narayana, C. Rao

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C. Narayana Rao

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About this Item: Asian Educational Services, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. Printed Pages: 218. Seller Inventory # 68608

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Kaushik Basu (ed.)

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, New Delhi, India, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Revised Edition. In today’s complex and fast evolving environment, understanding India’s economy is not just an intellectual challenge, but, with the country emerging as a major global player, also a requirement. This unique volume, the first comprehensive resource of its kind on the contemporary Indian economy, aims to address this need. Culled from the collective wisdom and experience of over 200 distinguished contributors, that include economists, business leaders, policymakers, and analysts, the Companion covers the evolution of the Indian economy from relative obscurity to an emergent global force. The more than 200 entries span the recent cover stories of India’s high growth, leadership in software and information technology, and outsourcing success, and also document the backwaters—the widespread poverty, farmer suicides, child labour, and the large and impoverished informal sector that houses a majority of India’s labour force. The revised edition, a testimonial to the dynamism that epitomizes ‘the Indian economy? includes several new topics that have grown in significance since the first edition was planned; and several revised entries on topics that have undergone rapid transformation during the short time since the first edition was written. CONTRIBUTORS ?A.K. Shiva Kumar ?A. Vaidyanathan ?Abhijit V. Banerjee ?Abhirup Sarkar ?Aditya Bhattacharjea ?Ajay Mahal ?Ajay Shah ?Ajit K. Ghose ?Ajit Mishra ?Alaka Malwade Basu ?Amaresh Bagchi ?Amartya Sen ?Amitabh Kundu ?Amitava Bose ?Amiya Kumar Bagchi ?Amrita Dhillon ?Anandita Philipose ?Anindita Pujari ?Anindya Sen ?Anirvan Banerji ?Anjini Kochar ?Anup Kumar Sinha ?Anuradha Bhasin ?Arindam Banik ?Arindam Das-Gupta ?Arjun Sengupta ?Arkadev Chatterjea ?Arnab Basu ?Arvind Panagariya ?Arvind Subramanian ?Arvind Virmani ?Asani Sarkar ?Ashima Goyal ?Ashok V. Desai ?Ashok Guha ?Ashok Gulati ?Ashok Kotwal ?Ashok Lahiri ?Ashok Mitra ?Ashwini Deshpande ?Asim K. Dasgupta ?Basudeb Chaudhuri ?Bharat Ramaswami ?Bhargavi Rao ?Bhaskar Dutta ?Bibek Debroy ?Bimal Jalan ?Bina Agarwal ?B.P.R. Vithal ?Charan Singh ?C.N.R. Rao ?C. Rammanohar Reddy ?D. Narayana ?David E. Bloom ?Deb Kusum Das ?Deena Khatkhate ?Deepak Nayyar ?Devesh Kapur ?Dhushyanth Raju ?Dilip Mookherjee ?Dilip M. Nachane ?Dilip Subramanian ?Dipjyoti Majumdar ?Divya Minisandram ?E. Somanathan ?Esther Duflo ?G. Balachandran ?Gary S. Fields ?Gayatri Ambika Menon ?Gurcharan Das ?Hèlène Chevrou-Sèvèrac ?Hiranya Mukhopadhayay ?Ignatius Chithelen ?Ila Patnaik ?Indrani Gupta ?Ira N. Gang ?Isher Judge Ahluwalia ?Jaivir Singh ?Jayashree Watal ?Jayati Sarkar ?Jean Dreze ?Jeemol Unni ?Jeffrey Hammer ?Jishnu Das ?Jugnu Bagga ?K.L. Krishna ?K. Navaneetham ?K.S. Krishnaswamy ?K. Seeta Prabhu ?Kaivan Munshi ?Kala Seetharam Sridhar ?Kameshwari Shankar ?Kanhaiya Singh ?Kanti Bajpai ?Karthik Muralidharan ?Kaushik Ranjan Bandyopadhyay ?Laveesh Bhandari ?M.S. Swaminathan ?Madhura Swaminathan ?Maitreesh Ghatak ?Mandar P. Oak ?Mausumi Das ?Medha Malik Kudaisya ?Mihir Pandey ?Mihir Rakshit ?Milind Kandlikar ?Mirai Chatterjee ?Mohammed Zakaria Siddiqui ?Monica Das Gupta ?Montek S. Ahluwalia ?Mrinal Datta Chaudhuri ?Mukesh Anand ?Mukesh Eswaran ?Mukesh Gulati ?N.R. Narayana Murthy ?Nagesh Kumar ?Nancy Chau ?Narendra Jadhav ?Nirvikar Singh ?Nitin Desai ?Omkar Goswami ?P. Chidambaram ?Pami Dua ?Pankaj Chandra ?Partha Ray ?Parthasarathi Shome ?Payal Malik ?P.C. Kesavan ?Prabhat Patnaik ?Pradip K. Bhaumik ?Pranab Bardhan ?Prasanta K. Pattanaik ?Pratap Bhanu Mehta ?Prital Sailesh Kadakia ?Pulin Nayak ?Puran B. Mongia ?R. Nagaraj ?R.A. Mashelkar ?R.K. Pachauri ?R.S. Deshpande ?Rafiq Dossani ?Raghav Gaiha ?Rajesh Chakrabarti ?Rajnish Mehra ?Ram Singh ?Ramprasad Sengupta ?Ranjan Ray ?Rashmi Banga ?Ratan Tata ?Ravi Kanbur ?Reema Nanavaty ?Renana Jhabvala ?Ritu Anand ?Roger Jeffery ?Rohini Pande ?Rohini Somanathan ?Ronald J. Herring ?Ruchira Bhattamishra ?Rupa Chanda ?S. Neelakantan ?S. Subramanian ?S. Mahendra Dev ?S.L. Rao ?Saibal Ghosh ?Sajal Lahiri ?Sanjay Banerji ?Satya Priya. Seller Inventory # 031192

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About this Item: 2016. Softcover. Condition: New. 218 Pages 218, Print on Demand. Reprinted in 2016 with the help of original edition published long back. This book is Printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover {HARDCOVER EDITION IS ALSO AVAILABLE}, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, there may be some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. (Customisation is possible). Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Seller Inventory # PBR55000000672

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C. Narayana Rao

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E. C. Subha Rao

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About this Item: HarperCollins Publishers India, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. An Eye for Excellence is an inspiring chronicle of how a newly established institution ? the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur ? achieved pre-eminence in a short period of time, and how today, as it completes fifty years, it is poised for a quantum leap in its journey of excellence. Blessed with the support of India`s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, and lucky to have a visionary founder-director, Dr P. K. Kelkar, IIT Kanpur was able to draw on the rich experience of nine famous US universities, backed by US government funds. Breaking loose from established educational patterns both in India and abroad, IIT Kanpur went in for an innovative broad-based curriculum with sciences and humanities and social sciences forming an essential component. It also introduced in India the concepts of the semester system, a continuous evaluation of students and letter grades. An open, participatory ambience transformed the students, representing the cream of India, into firebrands with a Midas touch. They went on to make a name for themselves, their alma mater and their country across a wide spectrum, even beyond their fields of specialization. From an important discovery about prime numbers(by Maninder Agarwal), to rising to be the head of the Reserve Bank of India (Duvvuri Subbarao), to selfless public service (Satyendra Dubey), to becoming icons of environment (Anil Agarwal) and entrepreneurship(N.R. Narayana Murthy in India and Umang Gupta in Silicon Valley), the students of IIT Kanpur have shown extraordinary versatility. What gave the faculty, the students and staff a deep sense of `ownership` of the institute was the fact that they pioneered a large number of exceptional activities, whether in computers or materials science education or a student-operated television studio. How the institute overcame the hurdles in its path is a heart-warming saga in itself. Today, as IIT Kanpur continues on its dynamic path, it is exhilarating to know that such `Nalandas` can indeed be built and sustained in modern India. Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 27025

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K C Baral

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About this Item: Pencraft International, 2002. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Introduction. 1. On interpretation: a necessary evil/Hiren Gohain. 2. Over-interpreting Conrad/Pradipta Borgohain. 3. Interpreting The Waste Land, with Peers/K. Narayana Chandran. 4. Interpreting the political in the Crusoe myth: a perspective/Bibhash Choudhury. 5. In search of the 'Lit' centre: narrative strategy in Golding's Pincher Martin/Ananya Sankar Guha. 6. Criticism in India now: is some useful work to be done?/John Oliver Perry. 7. 'My Indian Bliss': Keats and the Indian connection/Mohan Ramanan. 8. A.K. Ramanujan's "The Black Hen": an interpretation/Niranjan Mohanty. 9. Protocols of poetry: a study of Vikram Seth's All you who sleep tonight/K.C. Baral. 10. History reconstructed: interpreting Heat and Dust/Dhira Bhowmick. 11. The dialogic imagination: a study of R.K. Narayan's Waiting for the Mahatma/Sravani Biswas. 12. From the black and white to the gray: the fuzzy world in Raja Rao's The Cat and Shakespeare/Krishna Barua. 13. Breaking the silence: a journey from subjection to selfhood in Mariama Ba's So Long a Letter/Chanchala K. Naik. 14. Fantasizing the real: a study of Kurt Vonnegut Jr's Slaughter house- five/Baby Pushpa Sinha. 15. Following the trail: interpretation of texts in anthropology/T.B. Subba. Index. "Given the persistent interrogation of an organicist conception of literary work by structuralist and post- structuralist critics, this study examines literary text as a depersonalized product, independent of its author and reader, and excitingly open to critical pluralism. It focuses closely on several major 184 pp. Seller Inventory # 48324

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E. C. Subha Rao

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About this Item: HarperCollins Publishers India, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. An Eye for Excellence is an inspiring chronicle of how a newly established institution â€" the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur â€" achieved pre-eminence in a short period of time, and how today, as it completes fifty years, it is poised for a quantum leap in its journey of excellence. Blessed with the support of India`s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, and lucky to have a visionary founder-director, Dr P. K. Kelkar, IIT Kanpur was able to draw on the rich experience of nine famous US universities, backed by US government funds. Breaking loose from established educational patterns both in India and abroad, IIT Kanpur went in for an innovative broad-based curriculum with sciences and humanities and social sciences forming an essential component. It also introduced in India the concepts of the semester system, a continuous evaluation of students and letter grades. An open, participatory ambience transformed the students, representing the cream of India, into firebrands with a Midas touch. They went on to make a name for themselves, their alma mater and their country across a wide spectrum, even beyond their fields of specialization. From an important discovery about prime numbers(by Maninder Agarwal), to rising to be the head of the Reserve Bank of India (Duvvuri Subbarao), to selfless public service (Satyendra Dubey), to becoming icons of environment (Anil Agarwal) and entrepreneurship(N.R. Narayana Murthy in India and Umang Gupta in Silicon Valley), the students of IIT Kanpur have shown extraordinary versatility. What gave the faculty, the students and staff a deep sense of `ownership` of the institute was the fact that they pioneered a large number of exceptional activities, whether in computers or materials science education or a student-operated television studio. How the institute overcame the hurdles in its path is a heart-warming saga in itself. Today, as IIT Kanpur continues on its dynamic path, it is exhilarating to know that such `Nalandas` can indeed be built and sustained in modern India. Printed Pages: 0. Seller Inventory # 27025

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John Wilson

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from A Second Exposure of the Hindu Religion: In Reply to Narayana Rao of Satara, Including Strictures on the Vedanta The work to which the following pages are a rejoinder, was lately published in Bombay. It bears the English title of A Reply to the Rev. Mr. Wilson s Exposure of Hinduism; and the Marathi signature of Svadeshadharmabhimani, or An Espouser of his Country s Religion. A copy of it was brought to me some months ago by my old antagonist Mora Bhatta Dandekara; and he declared to me that he approved of it, and had acted as its editor. On perusing it, I perceived that it corresponded with a manuscript tract which had been sent to my friend R.C. Money, Esq. by Narayana Rao, the English teacher in the Seminary established by His Highness the Raja of Satara; and, on inquiry, I found that this individual was its author. Though, as I have learnt, it is not satisfactory to the more intelligent natives, I have thought it right to reply to it. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781330008133

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Syamala Kallury

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ISBN 10: 8175412933 ISBN 13: 9788175412934

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About this Item: Shipra, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. Translator's note. 1. Solitary worship/Venkata Parvatisa Kavulu. 2. Purnamma a golden doll/Gurazada Appa Rao. 3. Arise/Rayaprolu Subba Rao. 4. Motherland/Rayaprolu Subba Rao. 5. The blind beggar/Viswanatha Satyanarayana. 6. Chariot wheels/Viswanatha Satyanarayana. 7. Kokila/Basavaraju Appa Rao. 8. Yenki/Nanduri Subba Rao. 9. Do not wake me up/Nanduri Subba Rao. 10. Godavari in floods/Adivi Bapiraju. 11. The infant/Gurram Jashua. 12. Nataraja/Devulapalli Venkata Krishna Sastry. 13. Crazy traveller/Devulapalli Venkata Krishna Sastry. 14. A song for my mother/Nayani Subba Rao. 15. Lament for a father/Karunasri (Jandhyala Papaya Sastry). 16. My style/Chalam. 17. Your looks/Chalam. 18. Signs/Soudamani. 19. Song of hope/Vedula Satyanarayana. 20. The fellow who would never change/Boyi Bhimanna. 21. Whose children are you/Anisetty Subba Rao. 22. Auan/Srirangam Srinivasa Rao. 23. Non duality/Srirangam Srinivasa Rao. 24. The contrasts/Srirangam Srinivasa Rao. 25. Man of the soil/Nayani Krishna Kumari. 26. The ways of time/Kundurti Anjaneyulu. 27. The picture of a rain in a city/Kundurti Anjeneyulu. 28. The language of the eyes/Gunturu Sheshendra Sarma. 29. Glanirbhavati Bharatah/Mahaswapna. 30. Let's lay the funeral pyre/Cherabanda Raju. 31. The raga of destruction/Nikhileswar. 32. Invocation/Arudra. 33. Water clock/Arudra. 34. On the night it rained nectar/Devarakonda Balagangadhara Tilak. 35. The song of the universal/Devarakonda Balagangadhara Tilak. 36. My poetry/Devarakonda Balagangadhara Tilak. 37. Journey upward/C. Narayana Reddy. 38. An immortal's aim/C. Narayana Reddy. 39. Repetition/Kaloji Narayana Rao. 40. A battle with darkness/Dasarathi. 41. The lines drawn by time/Aripirala Vishwam. 42. Banyan tree in a pot/Vinnakota Ravisankar. 43. The experience of sleep/Vinnakota Ravisankar. 44. Unfinished painting/Vinnakota Ravisankar. 45. The sixth finger/K. Godavari Sarma. 46. From our generation to yours one challenge/Godavari Sarma. 47. Godavari is my mirror image/Addepalli Rammohan Rao. 48. The severed head sings/Addepalli Rammohan Rao. 49. Distorted line/Ajantha. 50. Whosoever/Vasira. 51. Birth/Vasira. 52. For that one word/Katti Padmarao. 53. You must adjust/Mandarapu Hymavati. 54. You must do it/Sudha. 55. Half the world/S. Jaya. 56. The black Slogan/Afsar. 57. Picasso/Ismail. 58. The rain horse/Ismail. 59. The search/Ismail. 60. The marbles/Ismail. 61. The Godavari/Endluri Sudhakar. 62. I am the foreword for tomorrow's history/Endluri Sudhakar. 63. For a fistful of self respect/Kalekuri Prasad. 64. Fatwa/Khaza. 65. Legs steeped in Mud/Ketavarapu Venkata Ramana Murty. 66. Mother tongue/N. Gopi. 67. Freedom fighter/N. Gopi. 68. Speak/K. Siva Reddy. 69. Those who have left /K. Siva Reddy. 70. The bond that cannot bind/Gautam. 71. Man's death/Varavara Rao. 72. Haunting memory/Tripuraneni Srinivas. 73. Jasmine creeper under a Banyan tree/Adigopula Venkataratnam. 74. It that young Parrot did not perch there/Jayaprabha. 75. Beyond the sorrow of the world of sound/Jayaprabha. 76. Kunti/Jayaprabha. 77. We do not want this tradition/Kondepudi Nirmala. 78. Ganges the river of Karna's Sorrow/Kondepudi Nirmala. 79. Another song for the city of love/C.V. Subbarao. 80. Chavula Madhum (a graveyard in Visakhapatnam)/C.V. Subbarao. 81. Lighthouse/Devaraju Maharaju. 82. When their ploughs break/Papineni Sivasnakar. 83. In the green world/Papineni Sivasankar. 84. Accident/R. Anantha Padmanabha Rao. 85. The rain in Waltair/Manepalli. 86. The tree of sorrow/Sikhamani. 87. Your beauty/Sumanasri. 88. In the Mulaquat room/Asharaju. 89. Dacoits/Savitri. 90. Abortion statement/Patibandla Rajani. 91. Letter does not die/Tallapalli Muralidhara Gowd. 92. The new consciousness/Mehajabin. 93. Mother's eyes/Mehejabin. 94. Adwaitam/Volga. 95. Marriage/Volga. 96. A weeping flower/Sitaram. 97. The curse/Nandini Siddareddy. 98. The rain has now stopped/Aluri Bairagi. 99. To a brother now dead/Syamala Kallury. 100. Have you seen God/Syamala. Seller Inventory # 60909

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John Wilson

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from A Second Exposure of the Hindu Religion: In Reply to Narayana Rao of Satara, Including Strictures on the Vedanta The work to which the following pages are a rejoinder, was lately published in Bombay. It bears the English title of A Reply to the Rev. Mr. Wilson s Exposure of Hinduism; and the Marathi signature of Svadeshadharmabhimani, or An Espouser of his Country s Religion. A copy of it was brought to me some months ago by my old antagonist Mora Bhatta Dandekara; and he declared to me that he approved of it, and had acted as its editor. On perusing it, I perceived that it corresponded with a manuscript tract which had been sent to my friend R.C. Money, Esq. by Narayana Rao, the English teacher in the Seminary established by His Highness the Raja of Satara; and, on inquiry, I found that this individual was its author. Though, as I have learnt, it is not satisfactory to the more intelligent natives, I have thought it right to reply to it. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781330008133

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Vainika Vidwan and C.K. Shankara Narayana Rao

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About this Item: The Karnatic Music Book Centre, 2010. Soft cover. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. Publisher’s note. Preface. Bibliography. 1. Introduction. 2. A few stringed instruments. 3. Madhyama sruthi. 4. Seventy two Melakarthas. 5. Evolution of veena. 6. Veena Rahasya. 7. Vainika Sikhamani Seshanna of Mysore. 8. Playing of veena (fundamentals) – primary lessons (exercises) Saralai – Datu- Janti. 9. Thaalaprakarana – Alankaras. 10. Saadhaka Varasais – fingering exercises. 11. Madhyamakala (Thaanas). 12. Geethas. 13. Lakshana Geethas – Kedaragowla and Revathi. 14. Swarajathees – Bilahari – Anandabhairavai – Kharaharapriya, Junjhooti, Harikambhoji, Abhogi and Mohana. 15. Varnas – Sankarabharana, Mohana, Kalyani, Nayaki, Bhairavi, Tarangini and Hamsanandi. 16. Keerthanas and Krithis. Appendix. Seller Inventory # 86905

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P Adinararyana Reddy

Published by Sonali, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 818411088X ISBN 13: 9788184110883

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About this Item: Sonali, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Continuing education and life long learning present status and future directions/K. Sivadasan Pillai. 2. Strategies for the promotion of life long learning/K. Devan. 3. Strategies for promotion of continuing education and life long learning/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 4. Globalization and life long education/H. Subrahmanyam. 5. The key pillars of education in the context of globalization in life long education/A. Jahitha Begum and G. Lokanadha Reddy. 6. Emerging areas of research in life long education in an era of globalization/G. Lokanadha Reddy and A. Jahitha Begum. 7. Universities and extension in the context of globalization/G. Lokanadha Reddy and K. Mythily. 8. Continuing education programme for Human Resources Development in the era of globalization/P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi. 9. Distance education a threshold of globalization/S. Thavamani. 10. Globalization Challenges in distance education/T. Sampath Kumar and K. Anandan. 11. The changing role of instructor in continuing/distance education with special reference to communication technology/G. Venkata Narayana and M.C. Obulesu. 12. Technology in the distance learning/Nimma Venkata Rao and B.B. Rao Kandregula. 13. Continuing education to rural communities the role of universities/Sampoornam and G. Umapathi. 14. Role of formal educational institutes in continuing education and life long learning/K.G. Bharathi and G. Hussain Reddy. 15. Research in alternative systems of education/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 16. Continuing education for women and the aged/N. Dhanalakshmi and S. Savithri. 17. Life long learning and continuing education with community participation AP example/G.V.R.R. Prasad. 18. Continuing education past present and future/R. Rajan. 19. Present status of continuing education programme/S. Alamelumangai. 20. UGC policies on university adult and continuing education (1977 2004) a critical review and future strategies/D. Janardhana Reddy. The continuing education plays an important role for upgradation of human resources and provides an opportunity for those who have missed the berth in formal education system. Realising the need and relevance of continuing education for enhancing the human resources various strategies have been envisaged for accessing of education to the needy. The present book has papers on relevance of continuing education in the era of globalization and for various target groups. The suggested strategies for continuing education role of higher education for promotion of life long learning continuing education research priorities and relevance of distance education for promotion of continuing education etc. The book will be very useful for educational administrators researchers and for training institutions to sharpen their programmes and to make them relevant to the needy. 162 pp. Seller Inventory # 66006

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Stuart Blackburn and Vasudha Dalmia

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ISBN 10: 8178240564 ISBN 13: 9788178240565

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About this Item: Permanent Black. Condition: New. Contents: 1. Introduction/Stuart Blackburn and Vasudha Dalmia. I. Performance and identity: 2. Between print and performance: the Tamil Christian poems of Vedanayaka Sastri and the literary cultures of nineteenth-century South India/Indira Viswanathan Peterson. 3. Language, community and the theatrical public: linguistic pluralism and change in the nineteenth-century Parsi theatre/Kathryn Hansen. 4. Impersonation, narration, desire, and the Parsi theatre/Anuradha Kapur. II. Print and prose narratives: 5. The burden of authenticity: printed oral tales in Tamil literary history/Stuart Blackburn. 6. Print and prose: Pandits, Karanams, and the East India Company in the making of modern Telugu/Velcheru Narayana Rao. 7. Entertainment and reform: Urdu narrative genres in the nineteenth century/Christina Oesterheld. 8. Multiple temporalities, unsettled boundaries, trickster women: reading a nineteenth-century Qissa/Kumkum Sangari. III. Publication, circulation, and control: 9. Hindi publishing in the heart of an Indo-Persian cultural metropolis: Lucknow's Newal Kishore Press (1858-1895)/Ulrike Stark. 10. Reading in the public eye: the circulation of British fiction in Indian libraries, c. 1835-1901/Priya Joshi. IV. The genres of the new city: 11. Dalpatram and the nature of literary shifts in nineteenth-century Ahmedabad/Svati Joshi. 12. The modern Babu and the metropolis: reassessing early Bengali narrative prose (1821-1862)/Hans Herder. 13. Generic questions: Bharatendu Harischandra and women's issues/Vasudha Dalmia. 14. Detective novels: a commercial genre in nineteenth-century North India/Francesca Orsini. 15. A place elsewhere: lower-caste Malayalam novels of the nineteenth century/Dilip M. Menon.The recent convergence of literary and historical theory has made literary history one of the most exciting fields in the humanities. New frameworks for understanding literature and its relation to history have emerged. The cultural conditions of creating texts as well as the textual production of cultural meaning are now important aspects of literary history.This book, the first major reassessment of literary history in nineteenth-century India for a generation, opens up this emerging field of literary history to nineteenth-century India. It essays emphasise the making of literary history, the process of canonisation, the reinvention of literary tradition, and the writing of literary history itself. A central premise of the book is that when European literary cultures arrived in India, they came into contact with popular performance forms and complex literary cultures that had their own histories.The essays also reach beyond the obvious genres and include little-known texts, situating them within a wider debate about national origins, linguistic identities, and political entitlements.Spanning a range of topics print culture and oral tales, drama and gender, library use and publishing history, theatre and audiences, detective fiction and low-caste novels this book will appeal to historians, cultural theorists, sociologists, and all interested in understanding the multiplicity of India's cultural traditions and literary histories. 515 pp. Seller Inventory # 49424

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C Narasimha Rao

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183870309 ISBN 13: 9788183870306

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Acknowledgements. Foreword. Contributors. Over view. 1. Impact of globalization on Indian rural scenario/M. Sundara Rao and A. Sailaja Devi. 2. Globalization and rural industries a study of handlooms/Yadagiri Tadaka. 3. Role of Handloom co operatives in rural development in Andhra Pradesh an appraisal of the performance/V. Badari Narayana. 4. Promotion of micro enterprise as a tool for capacity building of rural women experiences from Karnataka/M. Indira. 5. Economic development and women entrepreneurship in rural areas/D. Kalpana Kumari. 6. DWCRA tragedy of a Triumph/M.V.S. Koteswara Rao. 7. Development of tribal women through self help groups/Govinda Chandra Panda. 8. Role of self help groups in rural poverty alleviation with special reference to South Tamilnadu/S. Michael John Peter and V. Saravanan. 9. The determinants of rural non farm employment in two villages of Andhra Pradesh/M. Prasada Rao. 10. Dialectics of rural development/G. Bhaskar and V.V. Reddy. 11. Agrarian relations and rural development/M. Ravinder Reddy. 12. Effective functioning of Grama Sabha a key for success of democratic decentralization/M.V. Narasimha Sarma and G.B. Franklin. 13. Democratic decentralization and its financial implications in India/V.P. Tripathi and Yogesh Kapoor. 14. Water management for sustainable rural development/N. Loganandhan and N. Sandhya Shenoy. 15. Impact assessment of local initiatives in water resource development in rural areas/K.N. Joshi. 16. A study on noon meal scheme and elementary education in Karnataka/S. Rajendran and C. Nanjunadaiah. 17. India's infrastructure development special reference to road transportation/Shoukat Alim and Mangala Mani. 18. Self help groups a means to reduction of poverty a case study in Cuddalore district Tamil Nadu/D. Janaki Raman. This book is consisting of interesting research papers on various rural development programmes that were implemented in India. The papers discuss elaborately and critically many important micro and macro level aspects of the rural development in India. The areas covered in this book include rural women and development rural non farm sector problems of rural development Panchayat Raj rural education water management globalization and rural development etc. Various suggestions are made with regard to policy formulations and implementation of the rural development programmes. The papers include in this book are the revised and updated versions presented at the national conference on Hundred years of rural development in India held at Acharya Nagarjuna University Guntur A.P. In order to make this a compact and meaningful volume an over view has also been added. The volume is highly useful to students teachers researchers and policy makers. 214 pp. Seller Inventory # 61093

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Rabi N Misra; Devdutta Choudhary and S N Tripathy

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ISBN 10: 8184111118 ISBN 13: 9788184111118

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About this Item: Sonali, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Conservation of water resources problems and prospects/S.N. Tripathy. 2. Privatisation of water resources boon or bane/Devdutta Choudhury and Bhagaban Padhy. 3. Water rights in India/M. Sankara Reddi M. Chandrayya and M. Sundara Rao. 4. Lake Chilika a billion Dollar aquaculture industry of Orissa/Prasanta Kumar Behera. 5. Water resources and micro irrigation management in Orissa/Harapriya Pattnaik. 6. Groundwater crisis in present scenario/R.N. Misra and Biswanath Patro. 7. Managing our water resources locally/B.N. Behera. 8. Conservation of water a study on river conservation plans/Rabi Narayana Mishra Amiya Ranjan Sabat and Satyabrat Dash. 9. Water the indispensable liquid/Ranganath Misra. 10. Rationale of quality assurance of drinking water in Orissa emerging issues/R.N. Mohapatra. 11. Conservation of water resources in the perspective of drinking water/Rama Chandra Nayak. 12. Rainwater harvesting (A viable option)/K.C. Pradhan and P.C. Panigrahy. 13. Globalization water poverty and participatory management of watersheds/Krishna Chandra Pradhan. 14. Sustainable development of water resources in India/Rajan Kumar Sahoo. 15. Problems of safe drinking water an unsolved challenge/Premananda Pradhan and Rabi Narayan Patra. 16. Water resource management/Rajendra Kumar Sahu. 17. Privatisation of water resources problems and prospects/Devdutta Choudhury and Sibhra Tripathy. 18. Conservation of rain water a blessing for the economy/Ajit Kumar Patnaik. 19. Irrigation projects of the Ganjam District a historical overview /Bhagabana Sahu. Index. Water is extraordinary. It is everywhere. It is found in ocean river lakes ponds ice field etc. Water is the best of all free gifts of nature and it is a divine drink essential for sustaining life. More than 97% of the earth surface is covered by water and most of the animals and plants have 60 65% of water in their body. As a substance water is colourless odorless and tasteless yet it plays an important role for survival of the mankind as well as their economic development. It is free gift of nature but it needs better management. For its effective management new technology must be used. For managing water in proper way a farmer can maximize productivity by minimizing water wastage. Water is life. It plays vital role for overall development of mankind plants agriculture and what not. So it need due consideration and need suitable management to overcome the scarcity of water. This book is not only helpful to teachers planners researchers but also highly essential to government industrial sectors agricultural experts NGO's and to the general public as whole. This book will provide an awareness to the general public to think for a while regarding the water scarcity and its management. 176 pp. Seller Inventory # 71481

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T. Nirmala Devi (Ed.)

Published by Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd. (2007)

ISBN 10: 8121209307 ISBN 13: 9788121209304

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2007. Hardcover. Condition: New. The Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi Sectoral Techno Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) is a sub regional grouping. It is positively perceived as a bridge between the SAARC and the ASEAN regional groupings, as it embraces fier SAARC members viz., Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka Nepal and Bhutan and two ASEAN members , Myanmar and Thailand, around the Bay of Bengal and the Eastern Coast of the Indian Ocean Formed in 1997 with the main objective of promoting cooperation among the contiguous countries of the Bay of Bengal, the BIMSTEC has identified six agreed areas of cooperation, viz., tread and investment; technology; transport and communication; energy; tourism and fisheries. With the changing image and the recent economic clout India`s increasing engagement with the ASEAN national collectively and individually is a positive step in the direction of its Look East policy. Though not all potential areas of sub regional cooperation in the BIMSTEC have received adequate attention in this volume, it is yet a pioneering effort in launching an exclusive collected work on the subjects as the literature on the BIMSTEC is very inadequate and wanting. Contents: Foreword/Amb. A.N. Ram, Former Secretary (East), Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India & Chairman, CSCAP (India) Preface Introduction/T. Nirmala Devi Part I : INDIA`S ROLE IN BIMSTEC : 1. India and BIMST-EC : Experiment with Sub-regional Cooperation/P.V. Rao 2. India`s Role in BIMST-EC : Prospects and Problems/A. Lakshmana Chetty 3. India`s Trade and Investment Opportunities in BIMSTEC/Indra Nath Mukherji & Nawal K. Paswan 4. India`s New Regionalism in Asia : Look East and BIMSTEC Interface/Tridib Chakraborthy Part II : COOPERATION IN TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN BIMSTEC : 5. Challenges and Opportunities for BIMSTEC/K.C. Reddy 6. Economic Cooperation in BIMSTEC : Emerging Trends and Prospects/T. Nirmala Devi 7. Regional Economic Arrangements : Understanding the Growth of BIMSTEC/Padmaja Murthy 8. Evolution of BIMSTEC : Towards a Bay of Bengal Economic Community/P. Leela 9. Possibilities of Cooperation in BIMSTEC Countries/K. Sreerama Murthy, K. Sailaja & R. Radha Part III : Political PERSPECTIVES ON BIMSTEC : 10. Development of BIMST-EC : Nature and Direction, Challenges and Issues/B.C. Upreti 11. Political and Foreign Policy Perspectives of BIMSTEC/M. Chandrasekhar & G. Raw Kumar Rao 12. Indo-Sri Lanka Maritime Co-operation : Implications on the Bay of Bengal/V. Srilatha 13. Re-envisioning India-Myanmar Relations/B. Meena Rao & S. Subba Rao 14. A Study on India`s Political-Economic Relations with Some BIMSTEC Nations/A. Vanajamani Part IV : COOPERATION IN Science AND Technology IN BIMSTEC : 15. Coastal and Oceanic Resources of Bay of Bengal - Scope for Scientific and Technical collaboration/P. Rajendra Prasad 16. Some Views on Possible Collaboration in Science and Technology among Bay of Bengal Economic Community with Emphasis on Space, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences/A. Narayana Swamy & A. Sivaparvathi 17. International Cooperation in BIMSTEC for Marine Archaeology/E.V. Gangadharam Part V : HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND OTHER ASPECTS OF BIMSTEC : 18. The Asian Drama of BIMSTEC, SAARC, and ASEAN Countries/G Ramachandrudu, Ch. Appa Rao & A. Rajani 19. Strategies for the Achievement of Regional Cooperation in BIMSTEC with Special Focus on Road Transport/D. Panduranga Rao & K.V. Mohan Kumar 20. Disaster Management and BIMSTEC : Special Focus on Indian Scenario/C. Praseeda 21. Social and Economic Aspects of Development in BIMSTEC with Special Focus on Women/P. Tara Kumari 22. Gender Mainstreaming in Trade Policies in BIMSTEC/B. Ratna Kumari 23. Gender Inequity in BIMSTEC Countries : An Overview/G. Lakshmi & S. Vanaja Rani Printed Pages: 392. Seller Inventory # 35713

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A. Vinayak Reddy & M. Yadagira Charyulu (Eds)

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The largest portion of the natural resources of India consists of land and by far the largest number of its inhabitants is engaged in agriculture. Therefore, in any scheme of economic development of the country, agriculture holds a position of basic importance. Agricultural sector occupies a key position in the Indian economy and provides employment to about 65 per cent of the working population of India. The economic development process guided by the market- driven parameters has benefited selected sections of society. The fruits of liberalisation and globalisation have not percolated to the agricultural and rural sectors sufficiently. The farming community is by and large in crisis due to non-protective attitude of the government. The agriculture has become unviable with liberalised imports, global competitiveness and volatile nature of market prices. In spite of recent corrective measures, the farming community is in distress and farmers? suicides are taking place unabatedly in different parts of the country in general and in southern states in particular. The present volume contains research findings of scholars specialising in different aspects of Indian agriculture. The work is fairly replete with inspiring and enlightening matter and hence it will commend itself to all categories of readers, particularly academicians, researchers and students of economics, commerce and business management. CONTENTS Contents 1. State Policy, Poverty and Rural Development - R.S. Deshpande; 2. Crop Diversification in Andhra Pradesh - C. Ratnam, Geetha Mohan and P. Lakshmi Narayana; 3. Globalisation and Future Village - J. Manohar Rao; 4. Micro Finance Globalisation - Shaoni Shabnam and Sony Pellissery; 5. Rural Employment in Andhra Pradesh - M. Sundara Rao and D. Venkata Rao; 6. Economic and Social Dimensions of Globalisation - V.V. Reddy; 7. Literacy and Disparities in Karnataka - Talwar Sabanna, Uttam Kamble and Shanta Porapir;8. Climate Change, Globalisation and Indian Agriculture - Dhulasi Birundha Varadarajan; 9. Globalization, Agriculture and Rural Development in India - R. Shashi Kumar; 10. Economic Reforms, Growth and Occupational Diversification in India - Prankrishna Pal; 11. Land Allotments for Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in India - Panduranga Reddy and A. Prasad; 12. Impact of Globalisation on Agricultural Labour - S. Ramachandran; 13. Organic Farming in India - Puttaswamaiah S and Amita Shah; 14. Agrarian Crisis in Andhra Pradesh - A. Vinayak Reddy and M. Yadagira Charyulu; 15. Dairy Co-operatives and Rural Women - G. Bhaskar; 16. Investment Credit in Indian Agriculture - Mani K.P.; 17. Vulnerability of Landholdings to Income Shocks - T. Lakshmanasamy and R. Arunachalam; 18. Impact of Globalisation on Rural Economy of India - Dhirendra Nath Konar Printed Pages: 368. Seller Inventory # 58558

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R.K. Shyamasundar, M.A. Pai (Eds) & Ratan Tata (Frwd)

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About this Item: Oxford University Press, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. In February 1960, India?s first full-scale digital computer?the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Automatic Calculator (TIFRAC)?was launched largely due to the efforts of Homi Jehangir Bhabha (1909?1966). Paying tribute to the remarkable vision of Bhabha, this book looks at India?s past, present, and future in global IT and telecommunications. Tracing the country?s growth trajectory from Bhabha?s time, N.R. Narayana Murthy, Nandan Nilekani, Sam Pitroda, F.C. Kohli, and M.G.K. Menon among several leading scientists, policymakers, and industry leaders address indigenous efforts in telecom revolution and how computer and IT can bring about positive changes in our lives. From computerization of services and e-governance to the computer?s impact on biotechnology, IT for power infrastructure, and transport?the essays address wide-ranging issues of tremendous topical relevance. Setting the tone of the volume, the Introduction looks at the contribution of Bhabha and Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) to the computer revolution in its nascent stages, and later, when India gained prominence as a global player. With a Foreword by Ratan N. Tata highlighting the country?s journey towards self-reliance in IT and telecom, this volume will appeal to students and teachers of computer science and telecommunications, IT and telecom industry professionals, policymakers, and anybody interested to know more about the India story. Contributors H. Peter Hofstee ? Alex A. Kurzhanskiy ? F.C. Kohli ? Y.S. Mayya ? A. Paulraj ? Jay Giri ? Rahul Jain ? M.G.K. Menon ? Bud Mishra ? M.A. Pai ? M.V. Pitke ? Jaikumar Radhakrishnan ? Sam Pitroda ? V. Rajaraman ? S. Ramadorai ? S. Ramani ? P.V.S. Rao ? U.R. Rao ? Pranab Sen ? N. Seshagiri ? N.R. Narayana Murthy ? Nandan Nilekani ? R.K. Shyamasundar ? Pravin Varaiya ? S.R. Vijayakar Printed Pages: 300. Seller Inventory # 14559

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About this Item: The Trinity Music Book Publishers, 2005. Soft cover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. 1. Subbarama Dikshitar/Ettayapuram Rajamani. 2. Veena Kuppayyar/P. Sambamurti. 3. Tirtha Narayana/V. Raghavan. 4. Patnam Subrahmanya Aiyar/Musiri Subrahmanya Aiyer. 5. Sadasiva Brahmendra/R. Nagaswami. 6. Mysore Sadasiva Rao/N. Chinnakesavayya. 7. Tirupati Narayana Swami Nayudu/T. Sankaran. 8. Saint Arunagiri/K.S. Venkatesan. 9. Maha Vaidyanatha Aiyar/P. Sambamurti. 10. Poochi Srinivasa Iyengar/N.R. Bhuvaharan. 11. Mysore Vasudevacharya/Yoga Narasimham. 12. Gopalakrishna Bharathi/S.V. Parthasarathi. 13. Harikesanallur Muthiah Bhagavatar/T.L. Venkatrama Aiyer. 14. Neelakanta Sivan/D.V. Vasudevan. 15. Tanjore Quartette/T. Sankaran. 16. Last of the Tanjore Quartette/T. Sankaran. 17. Pallavi Gopalayyar/P. Sambamurti. 18. Kotiswara Aiyar/N.M. Narayanan. 19. Anai-Ayya/V. Raghavan. 20. Annamalai Reddiar/S. Ramanathan. 21. Ghanam Krishna Aiyar/T. Viswanathan. 22. Veena Seshanna/D. Doraswami Iyengar. 22-1. Veena Seshanna/T.B. Narasimhachary. 23. Subbaraya Sastri/P. Sambamurti. 24. Siddendra Yogi/Vedantam Sathyanarayana. 25. Papanasa Mudaliar/K.C. Thyagarajan. 26. Ramaswami Sivan/Mudikondan Venkatrama Aiyer. 27. Vanamamalai Brothers/M. Visalakshi. 28. Karur Chinna Devudu/T. Viswanathan. 29. Chengalvaraya Sastri/P. Sambamurti. 30. Muthu Thandavar/M.R. Vaidyanathan. 31. Marimutha Pillai/P. Balakrishnan. 32. Pallavi Seshayyar/P. Sambamurti. 33. Tiger Varadachariar/M.D. Ramanathan. 34. K.V. Srinivasa Iyengar and Krishnamachariar/M.D. Ramanathan. 35. Kothavasal Venkatarama Aiyar/C. Venkatarama Aiyer. 36. Arunachala Kavirayar/S.V. Krishnamurti. 37. Pattabhiramiah/T. Sankaran. 38. Dharmapuri Subbarayar/T. Sankaran. 39. Kshetragna/M. Jagannatha Rao. 40. Muvvanallur Sabhapatayya/S. Sita. 41. Sarangapani/Vidwan Chitti Babu. 42. Virabhadrayya/S. Sita. 43. Melattur Venkatarama Sastri//V. Raghavan. 44. Singaracharyulu Brothers/S. Ramanathan. 45. Kunrakkudi Krishnaier/P. Sambamurti. 46. Mazhavai Chidambara Bharati/N. Chidambara Subrahmanian. 47. Mayuram Viswanatha Sastri/R. Kuppuswami. 48. Duraisami Kavirayar/N. Arunachelam. 49. Pallavi Duraiswami Aiyar/M. Visalakshi. 50. Vaideeswarankoil Subbarama Aiyar/Madhavi Rajagopalan. 51. Mutrubhutayya/S. Sita. 52. Swati Tirunal Maharaja/Marthanda Varma Elaya Raja. 52-A. Maharaja Swati Tirunal - II/Semmangudi Srinivsa Aiyer. 53. Irayimman Tampi/S. Venkata Subrahmanya Aiyer. 54. Parameswara Bhagavatar/P. Sambamurti. 55. Paidala Gurumurthi Sastri/S. Sita. 56. Margadarsi Sesha Iyengar/P. Sambamurti. 57. Toomu Narasimhadasa/Manchala Jagannatha Rao. 58. Achyuta Dasar/S. Ramanathan. 59. Munipalle Subramanya Kavi/Manchala Jagannatha Rao. 60. Venkatadri Swami/Manchala Jagannatha Rao. 61. Lakshmana Pillai/S. Venkata Subrahmanya Aiyer. 62. Vedanayakam Pillai/S.V. Parthasarathi. 63. Krishnaswami Aiyar/S. Ramanathan. 64. The life and work of Papanasam Sivan/T.S. Parthasarathi. 65. Narumanchi Janakiramaiah/Peddada Suryakumari. 66. Mahakavi Dasu Sriramulu/B. Dayananda Rao. 67. Sri Adibhatla Narayana Das and his works/Pappu Venugopala Rao. 68. Tumarada Sangameswara Sastry/Peddada Suryakumari. 69. Hari Nagabhushanam/Bhavaraju Narasimha Rao. 70. Rallapalli Anantha Krishna Sarma/B. Dayananda Rao. 70-A. Vaggeyakara Rallapalli Anantha Krishna Sarma/R.A. Phani Sayi. 71. Vainika Praveena Subbanna/T.B. Narsimhachar. 72. Veena Venkatagiriappa/T.B. Narsimhachar. 73. Ogirala Veera Raghava Sarma/O. Ramakrishna. 74. G.N. Balasubrahmanyam/T.S. Parthasarathi. 75. Emani Sankara Sastri/Palagummi Viswanatham. 76. Jayachamaraja Wodeyar/V.S. Sampath Kumaracharya. 77. The queen of Telugu Lallabies/B. Dayananda Rao. 78. The coastal muse/B. Dayananda Rao. 79. Endaro Mahanubhavulu/B. Dayananda Rao. Glossaries. Seller Inventory # 91647

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