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N.P. Singh (Ed.)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System proceeding is the compilation of the articles and Thoughts generated by the experts from various Fields in the regional seminar. The proceeding is having sixteen chapters and each chapter has its own importance. Chapter one deals with fertiliser production, Marketing and use in India with special reference to East and North-Eastern region. In chapters three and sixteen, integrated nutrient management with related to Contents: Foreword by Prof. I.Yangar Preface Welcome Address by S. Benerjee Address by Shri Tokheho Yepthomi Vote of Thanks by Dr. N. P. Singh Fertiliser Price and Subsidy List of Tables List of Figures List of Contributors 1. Fertiliser Production, Marketing and Use in India with Reference to East and North-Eastern Region/B.C. Biswas 2. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System (IPNS) and Sustainable Agriculture/S.K. 3. Saha 4. Integrated Nutrient Management in Fruit Crops/P.L. Kar 5. Integrated Nutrient Management in Vegetable Crops/V.B. Singh 6. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply systems in Transplanted Rice with Special Reference to North East Region/D.N. Medhi, B.Deka Medhi and A.C. Sharma 7. Integrated Nutrient Management in Direct Seeded Rice/H.C. Bhattacharya 8. Agricultural Production and Fertiliser Consumption with special Reference to North East Area/L. Joshi 9. Soil Testing and Fertiliser Recommendation/S.K. Saha 10. Biofertilisers in Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System -A Practical approach/A.K. Yadav and S. Raychaudhary 11. Development and Use of Biofertilisers in Present Day Fertiliser Scenario/A.K. Yadav 12. Neem as an Integrated Source of Nutrients in the Management of Crop Production/R.C. Gupta, N.P. Singh and D.N. Upadhyay 13. Balanced Use of Fertilisers/V.J. Bhave 14. Fertiliser Use Efficiency under Decontrolled Scenario/A.K. Kar 15. Distribution of Fertiliser upto Farmer`s Level and Legal Aspects of Fertiliser-A Panel Discussion/S.S. Anand 16. Fertiliser use in Major field Crops in Nagaland/S. Yehoto Ayemi and N.P. Singh 17. Present Status of Integrated Nutrient Supply Management System in Nagaland State/Dipak Chetri 18. Fertiliser Use in Fruit Crops of North-Eastern Region of India/K. Chuuba Ao Fruit Crops of NEH Region has been discussed in detail. Chapter five and six, the Importance of IPNS in direct seeded and transplanted Rice has been discussed. In chapter seven, author expresses the Scenario of Agricultural production and fertiliser Consumption with reference to NE areas. In chapter eight, details about Soil testing and fertiliser recommendation and the basic issues related to farmer and extension workers have been discussed. Chapter nine deals with in detail about biofertilisers, and in chapter ten importance of neem as an integrated sources of nutrients has been discussed. Chapter eleven, twelve and thirteen deals with matters related to fertiliser Policy and related issues. In last chapters fourteen and fifteen, the authors discuss in crops and nutrient supply systems in Nagaland. Printed Pages: 176. Seller Inventory # 39279

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System proceeding is the compilation of the articles and Thoughts generated by the experts from various Fields in the regional seminar. The proceeding is having sixteen chapters and each chapter has its own importance. Chapter one deals with fertiliser production, Marketing and use in India with special reference to East and North-Eastern region. In chapters three and sixteen, integrated nutrient management with related to Contents: Foreword by Prof. I.Yangar Preface Welcome Address by S. Benerjee Address by Shri Tokheho Yepthomi Vote of Thanks by Dr. N. P. Singh Fertiliser Price and Subsidy List of Tables List of Figures List of Contributors 1. Fertiliser Production, Marketing and Use in India with Reference to East and North-Eastern Region/B.C. Biswas 2. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System (IPNS) and Sustainable Agriculture/S.K. 3. Saha 4. Integrated Nutrient Management in Fruit Crops/P.L. Kar 5. Integrated Nutrient Management in Vegetable Crops/V.B. Singh 6. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply systems in Transplanted Rice with Special Reference to North East Region/D.N. Medhi, B.Deka Medhi and A.C. Sharma 7. Integrated Nutrient Management in Direct Seeded Rice/H.C. Bhattacharya 8. Agricultural Production and Fertiliser Consumption with special Reference to North East Area/L. Joshi 9. Soil Testing and Fertiliser Recommendation/S.K. Saha 10. Biofertilisers in Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System -A Practical approach/A.K. Yadav and S. Raychaudhary 11. Development and Use of Biofertilisers in Present Day Fertiliser Scenario/A.K. Yadav 12. Neem as an Integrated Source of Nutrients in the Management of Crop Production/R.C. Gupta, N.P. Singh and D.N. Upadhyay 13. Balanced Use of Fertilisers/V.J. Bhave 14. Fertiliser Use Efficiency under Decontrolled Scenario/A.K. Kar 15. Distribution of Fertiliser upto Farmer`s Level and Legal Aspects of Fertiliser-A Panel Discussion/S.S. Anand 16. Fertiliser use in Major field Crops in Nagaland/S. Yehoto Ayemi and N.P. Singh 17. Present Status of Integrated Nutrient Supply Management System in Nagaland State/Dipak Chetri 18. Fertiliser Use in Fruit Crops of North-Eastern Region of India/K. Chuuba Ao Fruit Crops of NEH Region has been discussed in detail. Chapter five and six, the Importance of IPNS in direct seeded and transplanted Rice has been discussed. In chapter seven, author expresses the Scenario of Agricultural production and fertiliser Consumption with reference to NE areas. In chapter eight, details about Soil testing and fertiliser recommendation and the basic issues related to farmer and extension workers have been discussed. Chapter nine deals with in detail about biofertilisers, and in chapter ten importance of neem as an integrated sources of nutrients has been discussed. Chapter eleven, twelve and thirteen deals with matters related to fertiliser Policy and related issues. In last chapters fourteen and fifteen, the authors discuss in crops and nutrient supply systems in Nagaland. Printed Pages: 176. Seller Inventory # 39279

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N.P. Singh (Ed.)

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About this Item: Concept Publishing Company (P) Ltd., 2002. Hardcover. Condition: New. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System proceeding is the compilation of the articles and Thoughts generated by the experts from various Fields in the regional seminar. The proceeding is having sixteen chapters and each chapter has its own importance. Chapter one deals with fertiliser production, Marketing and use in India with special reference to East and North-Eastern region. In chapters three and sixteen, integrated nutrient management with related to Contents: Foreword by Prof. I.Yangar Preface Welcome Address by S. Benerjee Address by Shri Tokheho Yepthomi Vote of Thanks by Dr. N. P. Singh Fertiliser Price and Subsidy List of Tables List of Figures List of Contributors 1. Fertiliser Production, Marketing and Use in India with Reference to East and North-Eastern Region/B.C. Biswas 2. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System (IPNS) and Sustainable Agriculture/S.K. 3. Saha 4. Integrated Nutrient Management in Fruit Crops/P.L. Kar 5. Integrated Nutrient Management in Vegetable Crops/V.B. Singh 6. Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply systems in Transplanted Rice with Special Reference to North East Region/D.N. Medhi, B.Deka Medhi and A.C. Sharma 7. Integrated Nutrient Management in Direct Seeded Rice/H.C. Bhattacharya 8. Agricultural Production and Fertiliser Consumption with special Reference to North East Area/L. Joshi 9. Soil Testing and Fertiliser Recommendation/S.K. Saha 10. Biofertilisers in Integrated Plant Nutrient Supply System -A Practical approach/A.K. Yadav and S. Raychaudhary 11. Development and Use of Biofertilisers in Present Day Fertiliser Scenario/A.K. Yadav 12. Neem as an Integrated Source of Nutrients in the Management of Crop Production/R.C. Gupta, N.P. Singh and D.N. Upadhyay 13. Balanced Use of Fertilisers/V.J. Bhave 14. Fertiliser Use Efficiency under Decontrolled Scenario/A.K. Kar 15. Distribution of Fertiliser upto Farmer`s Level and Legal Aspects of Fertiliser-A Panel Discussion/S.S. Anand 16. Fertiliser use in Major field Crops in Nagaland/S. Yehoto Ayemi and N.P. Singh 17. Present Status of Integrated Nutrient Supply Management System in Nagaland State/Dipak Chetri 18. Fertiliser Use in Fruit Crops of North-Eastern Region of India/K. Chuuba Ao Fruit Crops of NEH Region has been discussed in detail. Chapter five and six, the Importance of IPNS in direct seeded and transplanted Rice has been discussed. In chapter seven, author expresses the Scenario of Agricultural production and fertiliser Consumption with reference to NE areas. In chapter eight, details about Soil testing and fertiliser recommendation and the basic issues related to farmer and extension workers have been discussed. Chapter nine deals with in detail about biofertilisers, and in chapter ten importance of neem as an integrated sources of nutrients has been discussed. Chapter eleven, twelve and thirteen deals with matters related to fertiliser Policy and related issues. In last chapters fourteen and fifteen, the authors discuss in crops and nutrient supply systems in Nagaland. Printed Pages: 176. Seller Inventory # 39279

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Ian McConachie (Ed.)

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. 2nd edition. The new edition of this successful text discusses the complete range of high risk situations likely to be encountered in anesthetic practice, providing practical advice on pre-, intra- and post-operative management for both elective and emergency surgery. The introductory section gives background information on risks and complications, enabling the reader to accurately and quickly assess patients. Emphasis is placed on cardiovascular risk, cardiac disease and cardiac management, but all key risks are assessed. The second section covers specific surgical scenarios such as managing the critically ill patient, the elderly patient and those with cardiac co-morbidities. Written in a concise, practical style by an international team of experienced practitioners, this is a user-friendly guide to the perioperative management of all high risk patients, and is an invaluable resource for all anesthetists, intensivists and hopsitalists. Contents Foreword D. Cheng Preface 1. Risk and risk assessment N. Moreland and A. Adams 2. Lessons from anaesthetic audits R. Sharma, C. Dunkley and I. McConachie 3. Assessment of cardiovascular risk N. Moreland and A. Adams 4. Perioperative use of cardiac medications in the high risk patient C. Railton 5. Pharmaco-physiological approaches to the high risk surgical patient M. Cutts 6. Respiratory risk and complications J. Granton 7. Analgesia for the high risk patient C. Clarke and P. Morley Foster 8. Regional anaesthesia for the high risk patient S. Dhir 9. Anaemia, coagulopathy and blood transfusion I. McConachie 10. The obese or malnourished patient S. Balasubramanian and P. S. Hegde 11. Smoking, alcohol and recreational drug abuse G. Evans and I. McConachie 12. Identification of deterioration in the perioperative period P. Dean, J. Cupitt and I. McConachie 13. Perioperative renal insufficiency and failure R. Kishen 14. The critically ill patient undergoing surgery I. McConachie 15. The elderly patient S. Vaughan, I. McConachie and N. Imasogie 16. The patient with cardiac disease undergoing non cardiac surgery C. Harle 17. Vascular surgery D. Sebastian and I. McConachie 18. Gastrointestinal surgery T. Turkstra and P. Jones Index. Printed Pages: 318. Seller Inventory # 8788

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Ian McConachie (Ed.)

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. 2nd edition. The new edition of this successful text discusses the complete range of high risk situations likely to be encountered in anesthetic practice, providing practical advice on pre-, intra- and post-operative management for both elective and emergency surgery. The introductory section gives background information on risks and complications, enabling the reader to accurately and quickly assess patients. Emphasis is placed on cardiovascular risk, cardiac disease and cardiac management, but all key risks are assessed. The second section covers specific surgical scenarios such as managing the critically ill patient, the elderly patient and those with cardiac co-morbidities. Written in a concise, practical style by an international team of experienced practitioners, this is a user-friendly guide to the perioperative management of all high risk patients, and is an invaluable resource for all anesthetists, intensivists and hopsitalists. Contents Foreword D. Cheng Preface 1. Risk and risk assessment N. Moreland and A. Adams 2. Lessons from anaesthetic audits R. Sharma, C. Dunkley and I. McConachie 3. Assessment of cardiovascular risk N. Moreland and A. Adams 4. Perioperative use of cardiac medications in the high risk patient C. Railton 5. Pharmaco-physiological approaches to the high risk surgical patient M. Cutts 6. Respiratory risk and complications J. Granton 7. Analgesia for the high risk patient C. Clarke and P. Morley Foster 8. Regional anaesthesia for the high risk patient S. Dhir 9. Anaemia, coagulopathy and blood transfusion I. McConachie 10. The obese or malnourished patient S. Balasubramanian and P. S. Hegde 11. Smoking, alcohol and recreational drug abuse G. Evans and I. McConachie 12. Identification of deterioration in the perioperative period P. Dean, J. Cupitt and I. McConachie 13. Perioperative renal insufficiency and failure R. Kishen 14. The critically ill patient undergoing surgery I. McConachie 15. The elderly patient S. Vaughan, I. McConachie and N. Imasogie 16. The patient with cardiac disease undergoing non cardiac surgery C. Harle 17. Vascular surgery D. Sebastian and I. McConachie 18. Gastrointestinal surgery T. Turkstra and P. Jones Index. Printed Pages: 318. Seller Inventory # 8788

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Harikesh N. Misra (Ed.)

Published by PHI Learning (2014)

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About this Item: PHI Learning, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Natural resource management and sustainable development has, of late, assumed great importance, especially because of ecological crisis and environmental dangers which are looming large. Today the issues related to natural resource exploitation, consequences, their conservation, preservation and management leading to sustainable development have become the major thrust areas of teaching and research. Also, sustainability of natural resources, especially water and land resources, and their efficient use is one of the core programmes of Government of India?s Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012?2017) for strategic development; this objective can only be achieved if the resources are used judiciously. Although land and water resources?the focus of the present book?are vital for human survival and development, unfortunately both are under threat and are increasing strain worldwide. These resources have wide and significantly varying implications in rural and urban settlements, especially in India, where population has been continuously growing and, therefore, the demand of land and water is intensifying. This has necessitated urgent need for reviewing the availability of land and water resources and their conservation. Besides dealing with the theoretical aspects, this compendium presents case studies on natural resources as well, which reveal ground realities at micro and meso levels too. Pedagogical features like maps, diagrams, satellite imageries and latest database of the primary and secondary nature distinguish this book from other works on the subject. The book will be of immense use to postgraduate students and research scholars of geography and related disciplines such as rural?urban studies and environmental science. The thematic approach of the book provides reasonably good contents for cogitation to researchers. Policy makers, planners and academicians may also be benefitted while framing futuristic norms which may lead to sustainable development?the ultimate goal. AUDIENCE ? Postgraduate students and Research Scholars of Geography. ? Policy makers, Planners and Academicians Contents: ? List of Figures ? List of Tables ? Preface ? Acknowledgements. Prof. R.L. Dwivedi: A Reine Geographer?H.N. Misra. 1. Introduction?H.N. Misra. Part I: Conceptual Background: An Overview? 2. Natural Resources and Development: Focus on Land, Water and Minerals?R.P. Misra and H.N. Misra. 3. Population Resources and Development?B. Thakur. 4. Revisiting the Classical Land use Model of Von Thunen?H.N. Misra and Reena Pradhan. 5. Water as Foe, Water as Friend: Lessons from Bengal?s Millennium Flood?G.P. Chapman and K. Rudra. 6. Natural Resources in the Indian Ocean and National Security?H. Sharma. Part II: Land Resources? 7. Population and Land Resource Development: The Contemporary Situation in Madhya Pradesh?S.K. Sharma. 8. Land and Land Use Planning in the Indian Context?Arun Chaturvedi and A.K. Maji. 9. Land Resource Management: Key to Sustainable Agricultural Development?Mridula Singh. 10. Wasteland Mapping, Analysis and Management of the Rushikulya Basin?Damodar Panda. 11. Geomorphic Features in Land Resource Management?S.P. Mishra and Kavita Mishra. 12. Morphometric Analysis of Watershed: A Case of Thirot in Himachal Pradesh?Ashwani Kumar and D.D. Sharma. 13. Spatial Patterns of Agricultural Development in J&K?G.B. Singh and Sandeep Kaur. Part III: Water Resources? 14. Perennials in Peril: A Case of The Yamuna River?H.N. Misra and Ashutosh Mishra. 15. Water Resource Management of the Brahmaputra Basin?S.C. Mukhopadhyay. 16. Water Resources in Kashmir Valley: A Scarcity in Plenty?Ali Mohammad and Abdul B. Naik. 17. Ground Water Prospect in Panchkula District, Haryana?S. Kant and A.C. Pandey. 18. Declining Ground Water Level of Allahabad District, Uttar Pradesh?Archan Printed Pages: 496. Seller Inventory # 76494

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Deepak Dogra,Vinay Auluck

Published by Ane Books Pvt. Ltd (2010)

ISBN 10: 8180521249 ISBN 13: 9788180521249

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About this Item: Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. It is an old academic tradition that at an appropriate stage in the career of an eminent scholar a volume is put together in his honour containing the writings of colleagues and students. To honour Prof. Ishwar Dayal for his contributions to management development, authors have edited this Festschrift. This Festschrift has write ? ups, eulogies and articles from such persons who have been long time career associates, colleagues, friends and students of Prof. Dayal. In addition, this festsxhrift also has interview and articles covering a gamut of management issues in the Indian context. This book is an excellent resource for business leaders, consultants, researchers and management professionals. CONTENTS Preface : The Beginning About Prof. Ishwar Dayal An Interview with Prof. Dayal Some Remembrances ? Dayal and Camaraderie (Rolf Lynton) ? Not McKinsey but Dayal (N Vaghul) ? Dayal and Shri Ram Centre for IR and HR (Vinay Bharat-Ram) ? Dayal and ?PFC Culture? (Uddesh Kohli) ? Dayal: A Personal Tribute (Abad Ahmad) ? Dayal as a Professor of OB (Baldev R Sharma) ? Dayal: ?A Renaissance Man? (George Koreth) ? Ishwar Dayal: A Remembrance (Mrityunjay Athreya) ? Dayal: A Multi-faceted Personality (Kuldeep Mathur) ? A Guru Par Excellence (Sunil Abrol) ? A Tribute to Excellence (Punam Sehgal) ? Dayal as Knowledge Manager (Tariq Ashraf) ? Dayal as a Consultant (A A Niazi) ? Dayal from a Banker?s Perspective (S K Kapoor) ? Dayal and his Pro-social Attitude (Mirza S Saiyadain) ? A Salute to Dayal by an Army Officer (D N Verma) ? Ad Guru or Ed Guru: Creativity in a Maestro (Freda Joseph Swaminathan) ? Dayal and his Wife as Mentor-Guide (Marcle Parker) ? With Naman to a Guru (N L Verma) ? Dayal as a Teacher (G Venkataraman) ? Dayal as a Management Researcher (J S Sodhi) ? Dayal as an Institution Builder (T V Rao) ? Impressions about Dayal by an Engineer (M P V Shenoi) ? Dayal as a Catalyst in Transforming a Manager into a Teacher (Vinay Auluck) ? Dayal with a Human Touch (Kewal Sony) ? Dayal as a Leader (Padmakali Mishra) ? Dayal as a Role Model for Behavioural Scientists (Pradeep Prakash) ? Dayal as Karmayogi (Abhijit Roy) A Few Appreciations by Varied Persons Contributed Articles on Institute Building and Management Education ? My Institution Building Experiences at IIMA, NHRDN and AHRD (T V Rao) ? Organisation Development in LIC A Perspective on Prof. Dayal (K Kalyanaraman) ? Leadership and Organisational Revitalisation (Sushil) ? Positioning of Values in Management Education (Upinder Dhar) ? A Reflection on what Industry Expects from B-Schools (C S VenkataRatnam) ? New Directions in Management Thought (Subhash Sharma) ? Issues in Imparting Management Education (Umashankar Venkatesh & Kamlesh Mishra) ? Does ICT in Education Enhance Learning? (M P Gupta & Madhusudan V Rao) ? The ?Role? of Behavioural Science Trainer in Managing Change (Rajesh Singh) ? Building Enduring Leadership (Mirza Yawar Baig) ? Business Practices: Islamic Roots and Cultural Dilemma (M Moshin Butt) ? HRD Effectiveness In LIC A Model Based Study (K Kalyanaraman) Listing of Select Academic Writings of Prof. Ishwar Dayal Over the Years Notes on Contributors Printed Pages: 312. Seller Inventory # 43589

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Harikesh N. Misra (Ed.)

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About this Item: PHI Learning, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Natural resource management and sustainable development has, of late, assumed great importance, especially because of ecological crisis and environmental dangers which are looming large. Today the issues related to natural resource exploitation, consequences, their conservation, preservation and management leading to sustainable development have become the major thrust areas of teaching and research. Also, sustainability of natural resources, especially water and land resources, and their efficient use is one of the core programmes of Government of India’s Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012â€"2017) for strategic development; this objective can only be achieved if the resources are used judiciously. Although land and water resourcesâ€"the focus of the present bookâ€"are vital for human survival and development, unfortunately both are under threat and are increasing strain worldwide. These resources have wide and significantly varying implications in rural and urban settlements, especially in India, where population has been continuously growing and, therefore, the demand of land and water is intensifying. This has necessitated urgent need for reviewing the availability of land and water resources and their conservation. Besides dealing with the theoretical aspects, this compendium presents case studies on natural resources as well, which reveal ground realities at micro and meso levels too. Pedagogical features like maps, diagrams, satellite imageries and latest database of the primary and secondary nature distinguish this book from other works on the subject. The book will be of immense use to postgraduate students and research scholars of geography and related disciplines such as ruralâ€"urban studies and environmental science. The thematic approach of the book provides reasonably good contents for cogitation to researchers. Policy makers, planners and academicians may also be benefitted while framing futuristic norms which may lead to sustainable developmentâ€"the ultimate goal. AUDIENCE • Postgraduate students and Research Scholars of Geography. • Policy makers, Planners and Academicians Contents: • List of Figures • List of Tables • Preface • Acknowledgements. Prof. R.L. Dwivedi: A Reine Geographerâ€"H.N. Misra. 1. Introductionâ€"H.N. Misra. Part I: Conceptual Background: An Overviewâ€" 2. Natural Resources and Development: Focus on Land, Water and Mineralsâ€"R.P. Misra and H.N. Misra. 3. Population Resources and Developmentâ€"B. Thakur. 4. Revisiting the Classical Land use Model of Von Thunenâ€"H.N. Misra and Reena Pradhan. 5. Water as Foe, Water as Friend: Lessons from Bengal’s Millennium Floodâ€"G.P. Chapman and K. Rudra. 6. Natural Resources in the Indian Ocean and National Securityâ€"H. Sharma. Part II: Land Resourcesâ€" 7. Population and Land Resource Development: The Contemporary Situation in Madhya Pradeshâ€"S.K. Sharma. 8. Land and Land Use Planning in the Indian Contextâ€"Arun Chaturvedi and A.K. Maji. 9. Land Resource Management: Key to Sustainable Agricultural Developmentâ€"Mridula Singh. 10. Wasteland Mapping, Analysis and Management of the Rushikulya Basinâ€"Damodar Panda. 11. Geomorphic Features in Land Resource Managementâ€"S.P. Mishra and Kavita Mishra. 12. Morphometric Analysis of Watershed: A Case of Thirot in Himachal Pradeshâ€"Ashwani Kumar and D.D. Sharma. 13. Spatial Patterns of Agricultural Development in J&Kâ€"G.B. Singh and Sandeep Kaur. Part III: Water Resourcesâ€" 14. Perennials in Peril: A Case of The Yamuna Riverâ€"H.N. Misra and Ashutosh Mishra. 15. Water Resource Management of the Brahmaputra Basinâ€"S.C. Mukhopadhyay. 16. Water Resources in Kashmir Valley: A Scarcity in Plentyâ€"Ali Mohammad and Abdul B. Naik. 17. Ground Water Prospect in Panchkula District, Haryanaâ€"S. Kant and A.C. Pandey. 18. Declining Ground Water Level of Allahabad District, Uttar Pradeshâ€"Archan Printed Pages: 496. Seller Inventory # 76494

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Deepak Dogra,Vinay Auluck

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About this Item: Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. It is an old academic tradition that at an appropriate stage in the career of an eminent scholar a volume is put together in his honour containing the writings of colleagues and students. To honour Prof. Ishwar Dayal for his contributions to management development, authors have edited this Festschrift. This Festschrift has write â€" ups, eulogies and articles from such persons who have been long time career associates, colleagues, friends and students of Prof. Dayal. In addition, this festsxhrift also has interview and articles covering a gamut of management issues in the Indian context. This book is an excellent resource for business leaders, consultants, researchers and management professionals. CONTENTS Preface : The Beginning About Prof. Ishwar Dayal An Interview with Prof. Dayal Some Remembrances â€" Dayal and Camaraderie (Rolf Lynton) â€" Not McKinsey but Dayal (N Vaghul) â€" Dayal and Shri Ram Centre for IR and HR (Vinay Bharat-Ram) â€" Dayal and ‘PFC Culture’ (Uddesh Kohli) â€" Dayal: A Personal Tribute (Abad Ahmad) â€" Dayal as a Professor of OB (Baldev R Sharma) â€" Dayal: ‘A Renaissance Man’ (George Koreth) â€" Ishwar Dayal: A Remembrance (Mrityunjay Athreya) â€" Dayal: A Multi-faceted Personality (Kuldeep Mathur) â€" A Guru Par Excellence (Sunil Abrol) â€" A Tribute to Excellence (Punam Sehgal) â€" Dayal as Knowledge Manager (Tariq Ashraf) â€" Dayal as a Consultant (A A Niazi) â€" Dayal from a Banker’s Perspective (S K Kapoor) â€" Dayal and his Pro-social Attitude (Mirza S Saiyadain) â€" A Salute to Dayal by an Army Officer (D N Verma) â€" Ad Guru or Ed Guru: Creativity in a Maestro (Freda Joseph Swaminathan) â€" Dayal and his Wife as Mentor-Guide (Marcle Parker) â€" With Naman to a Guru (N L Verma) â€" Dayal as a Teacher (G Venkataraman) â€" Dayal as a Management Researcher (J S Sodhi) â€" Dayal as an Institution Builder (T V Rao) â€" Impressions about Dayal by an Engineer (M P V Shenoi) â€" Dayal as a Catalyst in Transforming a Manager into a Teacher (Vinay Auluck) â€" Dayal with a Human Touch (Kewal Sony) â€" Dayal as a Leader (Padmakali Mishra) â€" Dayal as a Role Model for Behavioural Scientists (Pradeep Prakash) â€" Dayal as Karmayogi (Abhijit Roy) A Few Appreciations by Varied Persons Contributed Articles on Institute Building and Management Education â€" My Institution Building Experiences at IIMA, NHRDN and AHRD (T V Rao) â€" Organisation Development in LIC A Perspective on Prof. Dayal (K Kalyanaraman) â€" Leadership and Organisational Revitalisation (Sushil) â€" Positioning of Values in Management Education (Upinder Dhar) â€" A Reflection on what Industry Expects from B-Schools (C S VenkataRatnam) â€" New Directions in Management Thought (Subhash Sharma) â€" Issues in Imparting Management Education (Umashankar Venkatesh & Kamlesh Mishra) â€" Does ICT in Education Enhance Learning? (M P Gupta & Madhusudan V Rao) â€" The ‘Role’ of Behavioural Science Trainer in Managing Change (Rajesh Singh) â€" Building Enduring Leadership (Mirza Yawar Baig) â€" Business Practices: Islamic Roots and Cultural Dilemma (M Moshin Butt) â€" HRD Effectiveness In LIC A Model Based Study (K Kalyanaraman) Listing of Select Academic Writings of Prof. Ishwar Dayal Over the Years Notes on Contributors Printed Pages: 312. Seller Inventory # 43589

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Girish K. Misra (ed)

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About this Item: Uppal, India. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Introduction. 1. Significance of sustainable urban development/G.C. Mathur. 2. Local agenda 21 for sustainable development: basic issues/ Rajiv Sharma. 3. Sustainable urban development: some critical issues/H.M. Golandaz. 4. Some thoughts on policy aspects for sustainable urban development and management/A. Bhattacharya. 5. Sustainable development planning/M.N. Joglekar. 6. Urban planning in Third World for a sustainable society/J.N. Ray. 7. Population growth and consumption inequality in urban India: issues concerning environmental degradation/Amitabh Kundu. 8. Law and sustainable development/P.S.N. Rao. 9. Institutional arrangement for urban povery alleviation programmes: a step towards sustainable development /L.N.P. Mohanty. 10. Sustainable shelter for urban poor: interface between government and non-governmental organisations/R.G. Gupta.11. Public-private partnership in sustainable urban development/Girish K. Misra. 12. Low-cost sanitation for sustainable urban development/ Bindeshwar Pathak. 13. The role of technology, information delivery systems and research in sustainable housing development and urban management/Arcot Ramachandran. 14. Sustainable development and how shelter as the pivot of sustainable urban development/D. Subrahmanyam. 15. Urban transport management and use of non-conventional energy resources/K.T. Gurumukhi. 16. Role and responsibilities of public administration for sustainable urban development/Anju Mathur. 17. Training of local and regional authorities for sustainable development/P.K. Muttagi. Index. Seller Inventory # 772

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Manninen (O.), ed. - Mira Alhola and Mira Saukkonen

Published by ACES Publishing - Pk-Paino Ltd - Departement of Public Health, University of Tampere (1990)

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About this Item: ACES Publishing - Pk-Paino Ltd - Departement of Public Health, University of Tampere, 1990. 1st edition Book Condition, Etat : Bon paperback , illustrated wrappers fort et grand In-8 1 vol. - 543 pages Contents, Chapitres : C. Brooks and G. Lange : History and genesis of thought concerning the physiology of stress - N. Agadjanyan : Human ecology, stress and morals - G. Evans, S. Carrere, and G. Johansson : Inter-relations of physical and psychosocial conditions on health and well being - O. Manninen : Metabolic, circulatory, auditory, and psychophysiological changes due to complex multifactorial environmental exposures - T. Pulles, P. Cavalini and R. Stewart : The role of coping strategies in the appraisal of environmental stressors - V. Bondarovskaya : Man-machine dialogue interaction and genesis of emotional factors - M.-M. Coté : Environmental stress, the case of Quebec Police forces - D. Couch and M. Anderson : A Canadian perspective on job matching : Functional capacities of the worker vs. physical demands of the job - M. Pagani, P. Pizzinelli, O. Rimoldi, R. Furlan, S. Cerutti and A. Malliani : New technique for quantifying the sympathetic activation induced by psychological stress in humans - M. Epler, V. Reeben, K. Jamomagi and E. Hendrikson : Variations in students' blood pressure level and rhythms during examination - A.-T. Kaasik and T. Jurimae : Physically active and passive university students under four-week psychoemotional stress - J. Pretorius, N. Malan, H. Huisman, F. Eloff, P. Laubscher, J. van der Merwe and F. de Klerk : Cardiovascular reactivity evoked by means of psyschological and physical stressors - H. Herman, D. Marinescu, M. Cristescu, M. Pafnote, A. Contulescu and G. Popescu : The visual stress in modern industry - B. Lischauer and A. Kafka-Lützow : Interindividual reactivity patterns in response to cognitive stress - Y. Hayashida, S. Tomita, A. Ikemi and TY. Nakamura : Occupational stressors and some psychophysiological aspects of stress reduction - S. Koifman, I. Echenique, A. Farias, G. Monteiro and R. Koifman : Cancer mortality among workers in an electrical company in Rio de Janeiro - A. Navakatikyan : Certain peculiarities of the development of prepathological changes under chronic stress influences - P. Gupta, D. Banerjee and K. Sharma : Effect of pollutants on respiratory functions in tobacco and Pan Masala factory workers - J. Bielski and A. Zeyland : Work environmental stress in the furniture industry - A. Sillam : On the health disorders of lumberjacks in Estonia du to some physical hazards - R. Hainsworth, J. Al-Timann and M. Wahbha : The effects of time of day and short periods of food deprivation on the cardiovascular responses to upright tilting - N. Matsui and alii : Adaptation to high altitude in man : The role of the endocrine system on water and electrolyte metabolism - W. Keatinge and J. Holmes : Changes in seasonal mortality in the 80-84 year age group with increase in central heating - M. Horowitz and U. Meiru : Heat stress and heat stroke : cardiac and vascular events - A. Gmitrova, I. Ivanco and J. Gmitrov : Permanent magnetic field influence on blood pressure regulation as an environmental factor - G. Suvorov : Noise as an acoustic environmental stressor and its health effect - I. Blazkova : Combined effects of noise and climatic factors on some functions of human organism - J. Parrot, J.-C. Petiot, J.-P. Lobreau and H.-J. Smolik : Shift-work schedule simulation in noise : Short-term effects on hearing thresholds and auditory fatigue - Noise combined with moderate muscular work in young women under contraceptives : Auditory and cardiovascular effects - Exposure to noise combined with moderate doses of alcohol : Auditory effects - H. von Boehmer, C. Zimdars and S. Ruppert : Interaction of common drugs, cold and inhaled irritants on the bronchial tonus of normal subjects - P. Scotto, N. Sannolo, N. Castellino and V. Rosciano : Blood viscosity changes during exposure to carbon monoxide and hypoxia in rats - F. Wu, X. Li, Q. Huang, X. Dai and F. Cai : Observations on th. Seller Inventory # 63872

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Subhash C. Kashyap (ed)

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About this Item: Uppal, India. Hardbound. Condition: New. Contents: Preface. 1. Urgency of value education and primary of girl child/P.A. Sangma. 2. Education empowerment for women/Bhishma Narain Singh. 3. The girl child/P.R. Kumaramangalam. 4. Urgency of value education/Kireet Joshi. 5. Education, values and women/C.B. Muthamma. 6. Educating the Muslim Indians/Syed Shahabuddin. 7. Value education in schools/J.N. Sharma.8. Education and girls/Vandana Sachdev. 9. Party politics in campuses/M.V. Pylee. 10. Problems of implementation/M.M. Sankhdher. 11. Value education, priorities and women/B.M. Sankhdher. 12. University politics/R.D. Sharma. 13. Ferment in higher education/Vijay Kumar. 14. Value education for National Unity/A.K. Merchant. 15. Girl child and value education/Surya Kanta Sharma. 16. Politicization of University education/Annpurna Nautiyal.17. Education and social intercourse/D. Mishra. 18. Politicalisation of campuses/A. Ranga Reddy. 19. Educational status of Muslims in India/ Abdulrahim P. Vijapur. 20. Character development and excellence in education/Mohamed Iqbal. 21. What Ails India's education/I. Shri Krishna. 22. Emerging career opportunities and skill development/Yoginder Verma. 23. The educational failure in Uttar Pradesh/Mohinder Singh. 24. Agenda for educational reforms/Subhash C. Kashyap. Seller Inventory # 1272

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S.N. Mundra (ed)

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About this Item: Himanshu, India. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Part Contents: 1. IPM: Introduction, concepts and future propspectives/A.H.Shah. 2. Why do pest problems occur?/V.G. Gokhale. 3. Economic aspects of pest control/A.H. Shah. 4. Identification and nature of damage by insect pests of major crops/V.G. Gokhale. 5. Pest surveilance and forewarning system a case study from Chambal Command Area/A.H. Shah, M. Haroon and M.A.M. Khan. 6. Host plant resistance to insect pests in crop protection/P.K. Pathak. 7. Insect pest management: cultural control of insect pests/P.K. Pathak. 8. Biological agents in integrated insect pest management/D.N. Yadav. 9. Role of insect pathogens in IPM/J.P. Mangrola. 10. Insecticidal interventions in IPM and insecticide residues in crops/H.C. Gupta. 11. Pesticide application technology in era of integrated pest management/A.H. Shah. 12. Microbial control of heliothis armigera with the use of nuclear polyhedrosis virus/J.P. Mangrola. 13. IPM strategies for rice insect pests/A.P. Singh.14. Integrated pest management in mustard/R.K. Joshi. 15. Integrated pest management in sugarcane/R.K. Joshi. 16. IPM strategies in Chickpea with special reference to biocontrol/R.C. Srivastava. 17. Neem and oils for pest management/R.K. Joshi. 18. Integrated pest management in Soybean/Amar N. Sharma. 19. IPM strategies against rodents/S.C. Bhardwaj. 20. Disease diagnosis and symptomatology of major crop diseases/J.M. Agrawat. 21. Biological control of diseases in pulses and oilseeds/J.M. Agrawat. 22. Integrated disease management in major crops/S. Gangopdhyay. 23. Nematodes management in major crops/D.K. Handa. 24. Aquatic weeds and. Seller Inventory # 1108

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Ajit Kumar Sinha & Raj Kumar Sen(ed

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About this Item: Deep & Deep, India. Condition: New. Economics of Amartya Sen is an edited volume arising out of the contributed papers on this topic organised by the Indian Economic Association to honour its former President, Prof. Amartya Sen on the unique occasion of his winning the Nobel Prize in Economics, in 1998. The present volume consists of 25 articles and notes distributed over five sub-themes, viz. (i) Economics of Amartya Sen: An overview, (ii) Economics and Philosophy of Amartya Sen, (iii) Amartya Sen and Welfare Economics, (iv) Amartya Sen and Development, and (v) Poverty, inequality and Amartya Sen. The articles are authored by R.S. Mishra, S.S. Banhati, S.C. Sharma, J.N. Tewary, Amalesh Banerjee, C.B. Padmanabhan, Debansu Roy, Pragati Mohanty, Kalipada Basu, Kumar B. Das, R.P. Sarma, Ratan Lal Basu, Tapati Sanyal, K. M. Naidu, Anindya Bhukta, Biswajit Chatterjee, P. Jegadish Gandhi, Ram Naresh Thakur, Anju Kohli, Sadhna Kothari, Neelima Shrivastava, Asim K. Karmakar, Debesh Bhowmick, S.L. Pedgaonkar, Amarendra, Shyam Sunder Prasad Sharma, Raj Kumar Sen.". Seller Inventory # 643

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N.N. Bhattacharyya (Ed.)

Published by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt Ltd, New Delhi (2016)

ISBN 10: 8121504597 ISBN 13: 9788121504591

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About this Item: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. Reprinted. 424pp. Although some aspects of the medieval bhakti movements are known or have been viewed by the historians from their own angles of vision, much remains to be known, understood and interpreted. The present volume, issued on the occasion of the Quincentenary of Mahaprabhu Sri Caitanya, is an attempt to understand a little more of the medieval bhakti movements of India. The contributors to the volume who have enthusiastically agreed to participate in this project are all specialists in their own fields and their valuable papers are expected to throw new light on many hitherto unknown or known features of the great historical movement, the far-reaching consequences of which are very much lively in the heart of the Indian masses even today. The contributors to this volume are Bimanbehari Majumdar, Niharranjan Ray, G.S. Chhabra, Manorama Kohli, G.V. Saroja, J.C. Jain, M.S. Ahluwalia, H.A. Qureshi, Manjula Bhattacharyya, Uma S. Deshpande, P.S. Mukharya, B.D. Gupta, Hafiz Md. Tahir Ali, N. Jagadesan, R. Champakalakshmi, S.K. Pathak, N. Subrahmanian, R. Meena, K.K. Kusuman, N.H. Kulkarnee, Prabhat Mukherjee, S.N. Sharma, Sarat Chandra Goswami, S. Dutta, N.N. Acharya, Bhaskar Chatterjee, Neal Delmonico, Sachin Majumdar, David Kopf and Pranabananda Jash. A detailed bibliography containing list of books and articles used by the contributors in preparing their papers and also other works pertaining to the bhakti concept has also been supplied. This handy volume has been edited by N.N. Bhattacharyya with an informative introduction. Seller Inventory # 395374

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Ian McConachie (Ed.)

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About this Item: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Paperback. Condition: New. 2nd edition. The new edition of this successful text discusses the complete range of high risk situations likely to be encountered in anesthetic practice, providing practical advice on pre-, intra- and post-operative management for both elective and emergency surgery. The introductory section gives background information on risks and complications, enabling the reader to accurately and quickly assess patients. Emphasis is placed on cardiovascular risk, cardiac disease and cardiac management, but all key risks are assessed. The second section covers specific surgical scenarios such as managing the critically ill patient, the elderly patient and those with cardiac co-morbidities. Written in a concise, practical style by an international team of experienced practitioners, this is a user-friendly guide to the perioperative management of all high risk patients, and is an invaluable resource for all anesthetists, intensivists and hopsitalists. Contents Foreword D. Cheng Preface 1. Risk and risk assessment N. Moreland and A. Adams 2. Lessons from anaesthetic audits R. Sharma, C. Dunkley and I. McConachie 3. Assessment of cardiovascular risk N. Moreland and A. Adams 4. Perioperative use of cardiac medications in the high risk patient C. Railton 5. Pharmaco-physiological approaches to the high risk surgical patient M. Cutts 6. Respiratory risk and complications J. Granton 7. Analgesia for the high risk patient C. Clarke and P. Morley Foster 8. Regional anaesthesia for the high risk patient S. Dhir 9. Anaemia, coagulopathy and blood transfusion I. McConachie 10. The obese or malnourished patient S. Balasubramanian and P. S. Hegde 11. Smoking, alcohol and recreational drug abuse G. Evans and I. McConachie 12. Identification of deterioration in the perioperative period P. Dean, J. Cupitt and I. McConachie 13. Perioperative renal insufficiency and failure R. Kishen 14. The critically ill patient undergoing surgery I. McConachie 15. The elderly patient S. Vaughan, I. McConachie and N. Imasogie 16. The patient with cardiac disease undergoing non cardiac surgery C. Harle 17. Vascular surgery D. Sebastian and I. McConachie 18. Gastrointestinal surgery T. Turkstra and P. Jones Index. Printed Pages: 318. Seller Inventory # 8788

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Harikesh N. Misra (Ed.)

Published by PHI Learning (2014)

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About this Item: PHI Learning, 2014. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Natural resource management and sustainable development has, of late, assumed great importance, especially because of ecological crisis and environmental dangers which are looming large. Today the issues related to natural resource exploitation, consequences, their conservation, preservation and management leading to sustainable development have become the major thrust areas of teaching and research. Also, sustainability of natural resources, especially water and land resources, and their efficient use is one of the core programmes of Government of India’s Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012â€"2017) for strategic development; this objective can only be achieved if the resources are used judiciously. Although land and water resourcesâ€"the focus of the present bookâ€"are vital for human survival and development, unfortunately both are under threat and are increasing strain worldwide. These resources have wide and significantly varying implications in rural and urban settlements, especially in India, where population has been continuously growing and, therefore, the demand of land and water is intensifying. This has necessitated urgent need for reviewing the availability of land and water resources and their conservation. Besides dealing with the theoretical aspects, this compendium presents case studies on natural resources as well, which reveal ground realities at micro and meso levels too. Pedagogical features like maps, diagrams, satellite imageries and latest database of the primary and secondary nature distinguish this book from other works on the subject. The book will be of immense use to postgraduate students and research scholars of geography and related disciplines such as ruralâ€"urban studies and environmental science. The thematic approach of the book provides reasonably good contents for cogitation to researchers. Policy makers, planners and academicians may also be benefitted while framing futuristic norms which may lead to sustainable developmentâ€"the ultimate goal. AUDIENCE • Postgraduate students and Research Scholars of Geography. • Policy makers, Planners and Academicians Contents: • List of Figures • List of Tables • Preface • Acknowledgements. Prof. R.L. Dwivedi: A Reine Geographerâ€"H.N. Misra. 1. Introductionâ€"H.N. Misra. Part I: Conceptual Background: An Overviewâ€" 2. Natural Resources and Development: Focus on Land, Water and Mineralsâ€"R.P. Misra and H.N. Misra. 3. Population Resources and Developmentâ€"B. Thakur. 4. Revisiting the Classical Land use Model of Von Thunenâ€"H.N. Misra and Reena Pradhan. 5. Water as Foe, Water as Friend: Lessons from Bengal’s Millennium Floodâ€"G.P. Chapman and K. Rudra. 6. Natural Resources in the Indian Ocean and National Securityâ€"H. Sharma. Part II: Land Resourcesâ€" 7. Population and Land Resource Development: The Contemporary Situation in Madhya Pradeshâ€"S.K. Sharma. 8. Land and Land Use Planning in the Indian Contextâ€"Arun Chaturvedi and A.K. Maji. 9. Land Resource Management: Key to Sustainable Agricultural Developmentâ€"Mridula Singh. 10. Wasteland Mapping, Analysis and Management of the Rushikulya Basinâ€"Damodar Panda. 11. Geomorphic Features in Land Resource Managementâ€"S.P. Mishra and Kavita Mishra. 12. Morphometric Analysis of Watershed: A Case of Thirot in Himachal Pradeshâ€"Ashwani Kumar and D.D. Sharma. 13. Spatial Patterns of Agricultural Development in J&Kâ€"G.B. Singh and Sandeep Kaur. Part III: Water Resourcesâ€" 14. Perennials in Peril: A Case of The Yamuna Riverâ€"H.N. Misra and Ashutosh Mishra. 15. Water Resource Management of the Brahmaputra Basinâ€"S.C. Mukhopadhyay. 16. Water Resources in Kashmir Valley: A Scarcity in Plentyâ€"Ali Mohammad and Abdul B. Naik. 17. Ground Water Prospect in Panchkula District, Haryanaâ€"S. Kant and A.C. Pandey. 18. Declining Ground Water Level of Allahabad District, Uttar Pradeshâ€"Archan Printed Pages: 496. Seller Inventory # 76494

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K.P. Saksena (Ed.)

Published by Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd. (2003)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. More than 50 years ago, we the people of India gave ourselves the Constitutional framework, which would ensure to all the citizens, irrespective of one`s birth, caste, colour, creed, gender, race or religion, social, economic and Political justice, freedom of thought especially Faith and religion; equality of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all; fraternity ensuring human dignity. The fundamental rights enshrined in the constitution, indeed, are more comprehensive and elaborate than those found in any other written constitution in the world. However, the Ground realities have been very different; over the decades, the Vision of the constitution has turned into, so to say, a mirage. Gross violation of human rights, Discrimination and inequalities, Poverty and hunger, long-term detention without trial, custodial deaths, fake police-encounters, Sexual violence, communal violence, corruption and other social ills, are widely rampant. The promises made in the constitution are, after more than fifty years, as far from realization now as ever. What went wrong? Why have we fallen short of the worthy objectives enshrined in our constitution? What was needed to carry on the human rights Movement towards the desired goal? A group of eminent and experienced human rights activists, educationists and jurists attempts to analyse the factors responsible for the sordid state of affairs and the challenging task facing the government as well as the people, both as individual and organised groups. This Study would be of immense value to all concerned and contribute to Help strengthen policy-making, Advocacy and better understanding of human rights issues and challenges facing the country. Contents: Preface Notes on Contributors Introduction/K.P. Saksena 1. Human Rights and the Constitution : An overview/Sujata V. Manohar 2. The Promise, the Content and the Performance : Human Rights Provisions in the Indian Constitution/V.S. Mani 3. Human Rights and judicial Activism : Challenges and Opportunities/Mool Chand Sharma 4. Public Interest Litigation/J.C. Batra 5. Constitutional Governance and Economic - Social Rights/N.R. Madhava Menon 6. State Accountability for Torture and Custodial Crimes/Abhishek M. Singhvi 7. Protection of Right to Life and Personal Liberty (art. 21) and Law Enforcement/Chaman Lal 8. Right to Equality/K.P. Saksena 9. Women`s Right to Equality - From Theory to Practice/Jayashree Gupta 10. Right to Equality for Women and Ground Realities/Pritam Arora 11. Minorities and the Right to Equality/Imtiaz Ahmad 12. Right to Education/R.M. Pal 13. Constitution and Human Rights Culture/G.S. Bhargava 14. International Human Rights Covenants and Treaties : Their Applicability in Domestic Jurisdiction/Rajindar Sachar 15. Domestic Application of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights - With Special Reference to Rights of Minority in India/Abdulrahim P. Vijapur Printed Pages: 396. Seller Inventory # 35586

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N.N. Bhattacharyya (Ed.)

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N.N. Bhattacharyya (Ed.)

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About this Item: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd.?, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Reprint. Although some aspects of the medieval bhakti movements are known or have been viewed by the historians from their own angles of vision, much remains to be known, understood and interpreted. The present volume, issued on the occasion of the Quincentenary of Mahaprabhu Sri Caitanya, is an attempt to understand a little more of the medieval bhakti movements of India. The contributors to the volume who have enthusiastically agreed to participate in this project are all specialists in their own fields and their valuable papers are expected to throw new light on many hitherto unknown or known features of the great historical movement, the far-reaching consequences of which are very much lively in the heart of the Indian masses even today. The contributors to this volume are Bimanbehari Majumdar, Niharranjan Ray, G.S. Chhabra, Manorama Kohli, G.V. Saroja, J.C. Jain, M.S. Ahluwalia, H.A. Qureshi, Manjula Bhattacharyya, Uma S. Deshpande, P.S. Mukharya, B.D. Gupta, Hafiz Md. Tahir Ali, N. Jagadesan, R. Champakalakshmi, S.K. Pathak, N. Subrahmanian, R. Meena, K.K. Kusuman, N.H. Kulkarnee, Prabhat Mukherjee, S.N. Sharma, Sarat Chandra Goswami, S. Dutta, N.N. Acharya, Bhaskar Chatterjee, Neal Delmonico, Sachin Majumdar, David Kopf and Pranabananda Jash. A detailed bibliography containing list of books and articles used by the contributors in preparing their papers and also other works pertaining to the bhakti concept has also been supplied. This handy volume has been edited by N.N. Bhattacharyya with an informative introduction. Seller Inventory # MRML-9788121504591

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H.S. Prasad (Ed.)

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

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K.P. Saksena (Ed.)

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About this Item: Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd., 2003. Hardcover. Condition: New. More than 50 years ago, we the people of India gave ourselves the Constitutional framework, which would ensure to all the citizens, irrespective of one`s birth, caste, colour, creed, gender, race or religion, social, economic and Political justice, freedom of thought especially Faith and religion; equality of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all; fraternity ensuring human dignity. The fundamental rights enshrined in the constitution, indeed, are more comprehensive and elaborate than those found in any other written constitution in the world. However, the Ground realities have been very different; over the decades, the Vision of the constitution has turned into, so to say, a mirage. Gross violation of human rights, Discrimination and inequalities, Poverty and hunger, long-term detention without trial, custodial deaths, fake police-encounters, Sexual violence, communal violence, corruption and other social ills, are widely rampant. The promises made in the constitution are, after more than fifty years, as far from realization now as ever. What went wrong? Why have we fallen short of the worthy objectives enshrined in our constitution? What was needed to carry on the human rights Movement towards the desired goal? A group of eminent and experienced human rights activists, educationists and jurists attempts to analyse the factors responsible for the sordid state of affairs and the challenging task facing the government as well as the people, both as individual and organised groups. This Study would be of immense value to all concerned and contribute to Help strengthen policy-making, Advocacy and better understanding of human rights issues and challenges facing the country. Contents: Preface Notes on Contributors Introduction/K.P. Saksena 1. Human Rights and the Constitution : An overview/Sujata V. Manohar 2. The Promise, the Content and the Performance : Human Rights Provisions in the Indian Constitution/V.S. Mani 3. Human Rights and judicial Activism : Challenges and Opportunities/Mool Chand Sharma 4. Public Interest Litigation/J.C. Batra 5. Constitutional Governance and Economic - Social Rights/N.R. Madhava Menon 6. State Accountability for Torture and Custodial Crimes/Abhishek M. Singhvi 7. Protection of Right to Life and Personal Liberty (art. 21) and Law Enforcement/Chaman Lal 8. Right to Equality/K.P. Saksena 9. Women`s Right to Equality - From Theory to Practice/Jayashree Gupta 10. Right to Equality for Women and Ground Realities/Pritam Arora 11. Minorities and the Right to Equality/Imtiaz Ahmad 12. Right to Education/R.M. Pal 13. Constitution and Human Rights Culture/G.S. Bhargava 14. International Human Rights Covenants and Treaties : Their Applicability in Domestic Jurisdiction/Rajindar Sachar 15. Domestic Application of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights - With Special Reference to Rights of Minority in India/Abdulrahim P. Vijapur Printed Pages: 396. Seller Inventory # 35586

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About this Item: Ane Books Pvt. Ltd, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. It is an old academic tradition that at an appropriate stage in the career of an eminent scholar a volume is put together in his honour containing the writings of colleagues and students. To honour Prof. Ishwar Dayal for his contributions to management development, authors have edited this Festschrift. This Festschrift has write â€" ups, eulogies and articles from such persons who have been long time career associates, colleagues, friends and students of Prof. Dayal. In addition, this festsxhrift also has interview and articles covering a gamut of management issues in the Indian context. This book is an excellent resource for business leaders, consultants, researchers and management professionals. CONTENTS Preface : The Beginning About Prof. Ishwar Dayal An Interview with Prof. Dayal Some Remembrances â€" Dayal and Camaraderie (Rolf Lynton) â€" Not McKinsey but Dayal (N Vaghul) â€" Dayal and Shri Ram Centre for IR and HR (Vinay Bharat-Ram) â€" Dayal and ‘PFC Culture’ (Uddesh Kohli) â€" Dayal: A Personal Tribute (Abad Ahmad) â€" Dayal as a Professor of OB (Baldev R Sharma) â€" Dayal: ‘A Renaissance Man’ (George Koreth) â€" Ishwar Dayal: A Remembrance (Mrityunjay Athreya) â€" Dayal: A Multi-faceted Personality (Kuldeep Mathur) â€" A Guru Par Excellence (Sunil Abrol) â€" A Tribute to Excellence (Punam Sehgal) â€" Dayal as Knowledge Manager (Tariq Ashraf) â€" Dayal as a Consultant (A A Niazi) â€" Dayal from a Banker’s Perspective (S K Kapoor) â€" Dayal and his Pro-social Attitude (Mirza S Saiyadain) â€" A Salute to Dayal by an Army Officer (D N Verma) â€" Ad Guru or Ed Guru: Creativity in a Maestro (Freda Joseph Swaminathan) â€" Dayal and his Wife as Mentor-Guide (Marcle Parker) â€" With Naman to a Guru (N L Verma) â€" Dayal as a Teacher (G Venkataraman) â€" Dayal as a Management Researcher (J S Sodhi) â€" Dayal as an Institution Builder (T V Rao) â€" Impressions about Dayal by an Engineer (M P V Shenoi) â€" Dayal as a Catalyst in Transforming a Manager into a Teacher (Vinay Auluck) â€" Dayal with a Human Touch (Kewal Sony) â€" Dayal as a Leader (Padmakali Mishra) â€" Dayal as a Role Model for Behavioural Scientists (Pradeep Prakash) â€" Dayal as Karmayogi (Abhijit Roy) A Few Appreciations by Varied Persons Contributed Articles on Institute Building and Management Education â€" My Institution Building Experiences at IIMA, NHRDN and AHRD (T V Rao) â€" Organisation Development in LIC A Perspective on Prof. Dayal (K Kalyanaraman) â€" Leadership and Organisational Revitalisation (Sushil) â€" Positioning of Values in Management Education (Upinder Dhar) â€" A Reflection on what Industry Expects from B-Schools (C S VenkataRatnam) â€" New Directions in Management Thought (Subhash Sharma) â€" Issues in Imparting Management Education (Umashankar Venkatesh & Kamlesh Mishra) â€" Does ICT in Education Enhance Learning? (M P Gupta & Madhusudan V Rao) â€" The ‘Role’ of Behavioural Science Trainer in Managing Change (Rajesh Singh) â€" Building Enduring Leadership (Mirza Yawar Baig) â€" Business Practices: Islamic Roots and Cultural Dilemma (M Moshin Butt) â€" HRD Effectiveness In LIC A Model Based Study (K Kalyanaraman) Listing of Select Academic Writings of Prof. Ishwar Dayal Over the Years Notes on Contributors Printed Pages: 312. Seller Inventory # 43589

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N.N. Bhattacharyya (Ed.)

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About this Item: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 5th or later edition. Although some aspects of the medieval bhakti movements are known or have been viewed by the historians from their own angles of vision, much remains to be known, understood and interpreted. The present volume, issued on the occasion of the Quincentenary of Mahaprabhu Sri Caitanya, is an attempt to understand a little more of the medieval bhakti movements of India. The contributors to the volume who have enthusiastically agreed to participate in this project are all specialists in their own fields and their valuable papers are expected to throw new light on many hitherto unknown or known features of the great historical movement, the far-reaching consequences of which are very much lively in the heart of the Indian masses even today. The contributors to this volume are Bimanbehari Majumdar, Niharranjan Ray, G.S. Chhabra, Manorama Kohli, G.V. Saroja, J.C. Jain, M.S. Ahluwalia, H.A. Qureshi, Manjula Bhattacharyya, Uma S. Deshpande, P.S. Mukharya, B.D. Gupta, Hafiz Md. Tahir Ali, N. Jagadesan, R. Champakalakshmi, S.K. Pathak, N. Subrahmanian, R. Meena, K.K. Kusuman, N.H. Kulkarnee, Prabhat Mukherjee, S.N. Sharma, Sarat Chandra Goswami, S. Dutta, N.N. Acharya, Bhaskar Chatterjee, Neal Delmonico, Sachin Majumdar, David Kopf and Pranabananda Jash. A detailed bibliography containing list of books and articles used by the contributors in preparing their papers and also other works pertaining to the bhakti concept has also been supplied. This handy volume has been edited by N.N. Bhattacharyya with an informative introduction. Printed Pages: 424. Seller Inventory # 2471

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N.N. Bhattacharyya (Ed.)

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H.S. Prasad (Ed.)

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

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H. Thomas (Ed.)

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ISBN 10: 8126904364 ISBN 13: 9788126904365

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book is in commemoration of the life and work of Professor R.S. Sharma, an eminent metamorphic petrologist and mineralogist. It incorporates the latest developments in the field of metamorphic petrology. The Volume is divided into five sections, namely Metamorphism, Fluid Processes, Himalayan Metamorphism, UHP/ UHT Metamorphism, and Geochronology & Geochemistry. The book would be of great interest to all geoscientists concerned with metamorphic processes and crustal evolution. The main topics covered in the book include: The Granulite Facies, Crustal Melting, and Prograde and Retrograde Phase Equilibria in Metapelites at the Amphibolite to Granulite Facies Transition ? Tim E. Johnson and M. Brown; Evolution of Early Proterozoic Metamorphism within Tim-Yastrebovskaya Paleorift, Voronezh Crystalline Massif, East-European Platform: Metapelite Systematics, Phase Equilibrium, and P-T Conditions ? Tatyana N. Polyakova, Konstantin A. Savko, Vyacheslav Yu. Skryabin; Metamorphosed Carbonate-Evaporitic Rocks at Transition of High-pressure Amphibolite/Eclogite Facies Conditions: A Case Study from the Sare Sang Lapis-Lazuli Deposit (Afghanistan) ? Shah Wali Faryad; Petrogenesis and Evolution of Peña Negra, an Anatectic Complex in the Spanish Central System ? M. Dolores Pereira Gómez; Polymetamorphism in the Archaean Gneiss Complex of Shivpura Gyangarh, District Bhilwara, Rajasthan ? H. Thomas; IBC Granulite in Clockwise Pressure-Temperature Regime: A Case from the Orissa Sector of Eastern Ghats Mobile Belt ? S.C. Patel; Carbonates in Feldspathic Gneisses from the Granulite Facies: Implications for the Formation of CO2-rich Fluid Inclusions ? William Lamb; Growth and Exhumation of the Lower Crust of the Kohistan Arc, NW Himalayas ? T. Yoshino and T. Okudaira; Evidence of Upper Amphibolite Facies Metamorphism from Almora Nappe, Kumaun Himalayas ? Mallickarjun Joshi and A.N. Tiwari; Is Muscovite in the Mandi Granite Primary? A Guide to Distinction Between the Lower Paleozoic and Tertiary Granites of the Himalayas ? S. Nag, S. Sengupta and P.K. Verma; Modeling of P-T-t paths Constrained by Mineral Chemistry and Monazite Dating of Metapelites in Relationship to MCT Activity in Sikkim, Eastern Himalayas ? Chandra S. Dubey, E.J. Catlos and B.K. Sharma; UHP Metamorphism and Continental Subduction/Collision ? J.G. Liou, T. Tsujimori, I. Katayama and S. Maruyama; Uht Metamorphism and Continental Orogenic Belts ? A. Mohan, I.N. Sharma and P.K. Singh; Single Zircon Dating of Hypersthene-bearing Granitoid from Balaram-Abu Road Area, Southern part of the Aravalli Mountains, NW India: Implications for Malani Magmatism Related Thermal Event ? A.B. Roy, Alfred Kröner, Vivek Laul and Ritesh Purohit; Geochemistry and Petrogenesis of the High Grade Granulites from Kodaikanal, South India ? D. Prakash and H. Thomas; The Lower Crust of the Indian Shield: Its Characteristics and Evolution ? T.M. MahadevanSECTION - 1 METAMORPHISM 1. The Granulite Facies, Crustal Melting, and Prograde and Retrograde Phase Equilibria in Metapelites at the Amphibolite to Granulite Facies Transition JOHNSON, TIM E. AND BROWN, M. 2. Evolution of Early Proterozoic Metamorphism within Tim-Yastrebovskaya Paleorift, Voronezh Crystalline Massif, East-European Platform: Metapelite Systematics, Phase Equilibrium, and P-T Conditions TATYANA N. POLYAKOVA, KONSTANTIN A. SAVKO AND VYACHESLAV YU. SKRYABIN 3. Metamorphosed Carbonate-Evaporitic Rocks at Transition of High-pressure Amphibolite/Eclogite Facies Conditions: A Case Study from the Sare Sang Lapis-Lazuli Deposit (Afghanistan) SHAH WALI FARYAD 4. Petrogenesis and Evolution of Pena Negra, an Anatectic Complex in the Spanish Central System M. DOLORES PEREIRA GOMEZ 5. Polymetamorphism in the Archaean Gneiss Complex of Shivpura Gyangarh District Bhilwara, Rajasthan H. THOMAS 6. IBC Granulite in Clockwise Pressure Printed Pages: 408. Seller Inventory # 91363

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H. Thomas (Ed.)

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ISBN 10: 8126904364 ISBN 13: 9788126904365

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. This book is in commemoration of the life and work of Professor R.S. Sharma, an eminent metamorphic petrologist and mineralogist. It incorporates the latest developments in the field of metamorphic petrology. The Volume is divided into five sections, namely Metamorphism, Fluid Processes, Himalayan Metamorphism, UHP/ UHT Metamorphism, and Geochronology & Geochemistry. The book would be of great interest to all geoscientists concerned with metamorphic processes and crustal evolution. The main topics covered in the book include: The Granulite Facies, Crustal Melting, and Prograde and Retrograde Phase Equilibria in Metapelites at the Amphibolite to Granulite Facies Transition â€" Tim E. Johnson and M. Brown; Evolution of Early Proterozoic Metamorphism within Tim-Yastrebovskaya Paleorift, Voronezh Crystalline Massif, East-European Platform: Metapelite Systematics, Phase Equilibrium, and P-T Conditions â€" Tatyana N. Polyakova, Konstantin A. Savko, Vyacheslav Yu. Skryabin; Metamorphosed Carbonate-Evaporitic Rocks at Transition of High-pressure Amphibolite/Eclogite Facies Conditions: A Case Study from the Sare Sang Lapis-Lazuli Deposit (Afghanistan) â€" Shah Wali Faryad; Petrogenesis and Evolution of Peña Negra, an Anatectic Complex in the Spanish Central System â€" M. Dolores Pereira Gà mez; Polymetamorphism in the Archaean Gneiss Complex of Shivpura Gyangarh, District Bhilwara, Rajasthan â€" H. Thomas; IBC Granulite in Clockwise Pressure-Temperature Regime: A Case from the Orissa Sector of Eastern Ghats Mobile Belt â€" S.C. Patel; Carbonates in Feldspathic Gneisses from the Granulite Facies: Implications for the Formation of CO2-rich Fluid Inclusions â€" William Lamb; Growth and Exhumation of the Lower Crust of the Kohistan Arc, NW Himalayas â€" T. Yoshino and T. Okudaira; Evidence of Upper Amphibolite Facies Metamorphism from Almora Nappe, Kumaun Himalayas â€" Mallickarjun Joshi and A.N. Tiwari; Is Muscovite in the Mandi Granite Primary? A Guide to Distinction Between the Lower Paleozoic and Tertiary Granites of the Himalayas â€" S. Nag, S. Sengupta and P.K. Verma; Modeling of P-T-t paths Constrained by Mineral Chemistry and Monazite Dating of Metapelites in Relationship to MCT Activity in Sikkim, Eastern Himalayas â€" Chandra S. Dubey, E.J. Catlos and B.K. Sharma; UHP Metamorphism and Continental Subduction/Collision â€" J.G. Liou, T. Tsujimori, I. Katayama and S. Maruyama; Uht Metamorphism and Continental Orogenic Belts â€" A. Mohan, I.N. Sharma and P.K. Singh; Single Zircon Dating of Hypersthene-bearing Granitoid from Balaram-Abu Road Area, Southern part of the Aravalli Mountains, NW India: Implications for Malani Magmatism Related Thermal Event â€" A.B. Roy, Alfred Krà ner, Vivek Laul and Ritesh Purohit; Geochemistry and Petrogenesis of the High Grade Granulites from Kodaikanal, South India â€" D. Prakash and H. Thomas; The Lower Crust of the Indian Shield: Its Characteristics and Evolution â€" T.M. MahadevanSECTION - 1 METAMORPHISM 1. The Granulite Facies, Crustal Melting, and Prograde and Retrograde Phase Equilibria in Metapelites at the Amphibolite to Granulite Facies Transition JOHNSON, TIM E. AND BROWN, M. 2. Evolution of Early Proterozoic Metamorphism within Tim-Yastrebovskaya Paleorift, Voronezh Crystalline Massif, East-European Platform: Metapelite Systematics, Phase Equilibrium, and P-T Conditions TATYANA N. POLYAKOVA, KONSTANTIN A. SAVKO AND VYACHESLAV YU. SKRYABIN 3. Metamorphosed Carbonate-Evaporitic Rocks at Transition of High-pressure Amphibolite/Eclogite Facies Conditions: A Case Study from the Sare Sang Lapis-Lazuli Deposit (Afghanistan) SHAH WALI FARYAD 4. Petrogenesis and Evolution of Pena Negra, an Anatectic Complex in the Spanish Central System M. DOLORES PEREIRA GOMEZ 5. Polymetamorphism in the Archaean Gneiss Complex of Shivpura Gyangarh District Bhilwara, Rajasthan H. THOMAS 6. IBC Granulite in Clockwise Pressure Printed Pages: 408. Seller Inventory # 91363

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N.K. Singhi (ed)

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About this Item: Rawat. Hardbound. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface/Principal Works of Prof. Yogendra Singh. Introduction/ Narendra K. Singhi. 1. In pursuit of Indigenization: trends and issues on building sociology for India/Jaganath Pathy. 2. Pluralism and education in India: problems and possibilities/Suresh Chandra Shukla. 3. Sociologism, Marxism and the anthropological imagination/Dipankar Gupta. 4. Reciprocity in social science: gender issues/Patricia Uberoi. 5. Craft of sociology in India: an autobiographical perspective/I.P. Desai. 6. Indian sociology at the turning point/S.C. Dube. 7. Reflections on social science research in India/P.C. Joshi. 8. Sociology in India: a plea for contextualization/T.K. Oommen. 9. Ramkrishna Mukherjee's sociology: a sociological view/Nirmal Singh. 10. Justice model and social conflicts in contemporary India/R.S. Shrivastava. 11. Time and value/Sheo Kumar Lal. 12. Ethnic challenge to Indian identity: rethinking culture-polity interface/S.L. Sharma. 13. Study of social change and social development in the developing societies/ Ramkrishna Mukherjee. 14. History and sociology/A.M. Shah. 15. Gandhian social thought in relation to non-violence and social change/Narendra K. Singhi. 16. Professions and their co-optation in state and polity: the case of legal profession/J.S. Gandhi. 17. Dialectic of tradition and modernity in the sociology of D.P. Mukerji/T.N. Madan. 18. G.S. Ghurye on culture and nation-building/C.N. Venugopal. 19. Toward reconstructing national traditions in sociology/Dan A. Chekki. 20. Dialectics between theory and social reality/Y.B. Damle. 21. Indian social reality: for. Seller Inventory # 10000

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Vandana Kaushik

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About this Item: D K Printworld, New Delhi, 2008. Paperback. Condition: As New. Reprint. Contents Editorial. Articles 1. Islam and Islamic iconoclasm in India/R. Nath. 2. Rulers Urban Milieu and temple patronage shifting contours in Rajasthan (c.A.D.700 1000)/Shanta Sharma. 3. Bidala Nrisimha temple of Narasinghnath/P.K. Nayak. 4. Pattern of urban growth in Northern India during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries/I.P. Gupta. 5. The Alvar movement in Kerala/Gopi Krishnan G. 6. Tawaif and Khawas in the Hyderabad State a gender perspective/Vandana Kaushik. 7. Rejection of caste inequalities by the Sikh Gurus/Surjit Kaur Jolly. 8. Kanhoji Angre a curse to the British sea borne trade on the western coast (1690 1729)/Kokila Joshi. 9. The ASI'S Report on Ayodhya/Irfan Habib. 10. Imagining second mosque at Ayodhya a critique of Irfan Habib's The ASI Report on Ayodhya/S.P. Gupta. 11. Mihrab or Niche (Alaya) discovered in recent Ayodhya excavations/R. Nath. 12. Lime mortar plaster and Surkhi in ancient India/H.C. Bhardwaj. Notes news and new source material. Notes 1. Circular temple of Ayodhya type discovered at Kashipur/D.V. Sharma. 2. Indian folk cultures as gleaned from the Ivory art/Balagouni Krishna Goud. News New findings at Hathab Gujarat. Book reviews 1. Historical thinking in South Asia Michael Gottlob (ed.)/Vandana Kaushik. 2. Agrarian system in Medieval India Zahiruddin Malik/Anita Khatri. 3. Sufi cults and the evolution of the medieval Indian culture Anup Taneja (ed.)/Anita Gupta. 4. Inscriptions of Haryana Himachal Pradesh Punjab Kashmir and adjoining hilly tracts J.N. Agrawal/Sonali Gupta. 5. The Buddhist art of Kausambi emerging perceptions in Buddhist studies Aruna Tripathi/K.S. Ramachandran. 6. Ancient Indian society continuity and change Vijay Kumar/Saroji Gulati. 7. Breaking out of invisibility woman in Indian history Aparna Basu and Anup Taneja (ed.)/Vandana Kaushik. 8. The art and architecture of Mandu S.K. Bhatt/Sonali Gupta. 9. Understanding partition (India sundered Muslims fragmented) Krishan Yuvraj/D.K. Kaushik. 10. Inscriptions of Orissa (inscriptions of Bhauma Karas) Snigdha Tripathy/Sonali Gupta. 11. The Hathigumpha inscription of Kharavela and the Bhabru Edict of Asoka Shashikant/Anuja Geetali. 12. Temples of the Kalachuri period Amrendra Kumar Singh/Sonali Gupta. 13. Malwa Ke Parmara Shaskon Ki Rajasva Vyavastha (in Hindi) Shrimati Pankaj Ameta/Saroj Gulati. Report of the XXVI Annual conference of the Indian history and culture society. Balance sheets. New life members. History Today is an official organ of the Indian History and culture society that is sincerely and single mindedly devoted to history historical archaeology studies of manuscripts education literature linguistics etc. The present volume being a reprint of an earlier issue contains eight articles written by eminent historians and art loves. The subjects vary from pattern of Urban Growth in Northern India shifting contours of temple patronage in Rajasthan Tawaif and Khawas in erstwhile Hyderabad State Islam and Islamic Iconoclasm in India Prof. Habib's reaction to ASI's Report on Ayodhya a critique of Habib's reaction Rejection of caste inequalities by the Sikh Gurus and use of plastering materials in ancient India. The volume also carries notes news and new source material on the above topics. The annual History Today journal has already published eight issues consecutively and has received high acclaim among historians researchers and students. 104 pp. Seller Inventory # 71257

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