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Sadhan Chakraborti & Gangadhar Kar (Eds)

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About this Item: D.K. Printworld (P) Ltd., New Delhi, India, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. First Edition. Introduction. 1. Indeterminacy thesis and the naturalized semantics: a critique from the first-person perspective of meaning/Amitabha Dasgupta. 2. Communication, scepticism and triangulation/Kausik Bhattacharya. 3. Word, sentence and meaning/Nirmalya Narayan Chakraborty. 4. Meaning internalism vs meaning externalism can meaning holism be defended?/R.C. Pradhan. 5. The theory of Anvitabhidhana the Dvaita perspective/D. Prahlada Char. 6. How to apprehend the meaning of a word?/Gangadhar Kar. 7. Can the term Akasha Be meaningful in the Jatipadarthavada framework?/Madhumita Chattopadhyay. Index.This collection begins with the assumption that communication through language is possible. The moot question it is engaged with is whether the communicability of meaning entails the objectivity of meaning or not. The nuances involved in the idea of objectivity are deciphered and in what sense meaning is objective, if at all, is discussed in the volume.The articles included in this volume are written from the Western as well as from the Indian philosophical perspectives. Philosophical views of Wittgenstein, Searle, Putnam, Davidson, Quine, McDowell and many such eminent philosophers from the West, and the views of scholars of Nyaya, Buddhism and Mimamsa schools of Indian philosophy are studied closely in these articles. Researchers interested in the issue of objectivity and communicability of meaning of language will find food for their thought in reading this book. Students of philosophy, linguistics, logic, mathematics and the allied subjects in Western and Indian traditions will have a clear grasp of the nature of meaning that is made explicit in this collection. Printed Pages: 132. Size: 15 x 23 Cm. Seller Inventory # 110953

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About this Item: Decent Books/D.K. Printworld Pvt. Ltd 0. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book is an open-minded evaluation of Wittgenstein`s philosophy of language from fresh perspectives to bring out its contemporary significance. Including papers presented by noted Indian philosophers at a national seminar, it examines the special place of Wittgenstein in the development of Philosophy in the West in the twentieth century. The papers offer an in-depth critique of Wittgenstein`s theories on the limits and structure of language, operationalism in philosophy of language, ideas of a private language, necessity of mathematics and logical truths, grammar of the language of emotions and language as a liberating force. Throughout the attempt is to analyse Wittgenstein`s contributions vis-a-vis Indian philosophical thinking and trace the similarities between him and Indian thinkers. The work, for instance, includes a detailed study of Wittgenstein`s notion of silence and its affiliations with silence as interpreted in the Nyaya system and identifying the common factors in Gandhi and Wittgenstein`s approach to western civilisation. It also presents a radically different understanding - from what is traditionally understood of the Wittgensteinian concept of picture. The work will prove immensely useful to scholars concerned with linguistic representation and meaning in general ans Wittgenstein`s contributions to philosophy of language in particular. Contents Introduction 1. Attacking Modern Western Civilization : Mahatma Gandhi and Ludwig Wittgenstein/Suresh Chandra 2. Speech and Silence in Western Philosophy : Critique of Wittgenstein from an Indian Point of View/Srinivasa Rao 3. Language-game, Grounding and the Metaphysics of Meaning/Ahmed Nizar 4. Criteria and the Conceptual Structure/Amitabha Dasgupta 5. On the Problem of Communication : Wittgenstein versus Habermas/S. Paneerselvam 6. Wittgenstein on Private Language/P.R. Bhat 7. Kripke-McGinn Controversy on Rule and Rule-following/Ganesh Prasad Das 8. Wittgenstein on Necessity and Objectivity in Mathematics and Logic/Sadhan Chakraborti 9. Logical Necessity, Conventionalism and Forms of Life : Wittgenstein`s Philosophy Revisited/R.C. Pradhan 10. Wittgenstein`s Philosophy of Language : A Feminist Response/Shefali Moitra 11. The Language of Face : Wittgenstein on Cinema/V. Sanil 12. Exploring the Grammar of Emotion Words/G.P. Ramachandra Printed Pages: 222. Seller Inventory # 1656

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About this Item: Decent Books/D.K. Printworld Pvt. Ltd 0. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book is an open-minded evaluation of Wittgenstein`s philosophy of language from fresh perspectives to bring out its contemporary significance. Including papers presented by noted Indian philosophers at a national seminar, it examines the special place of Wittgenstein in the development of Philosophy in the West in the twentieth century. The papers offer an in-depth critique of Wittgenstein`s theories on the limits and structure of language, operationalism in philosophy of language, ideas of a private language, necessity of mathematics and logical truths, grammar of the language of emotions and language as a liberating force. Throughout the attempt is to analyse Wittgenstein`s contributions vis-a-vis Indian philosophical thinking and trace the similarities between him and Indian thinkers. The work, for instance, includes a detailed study of Wittgenstein`s notion of silence and its affiliations with silence as interpreted in the Nyaya system and identifying the common factors in Gandhi and Wittgenstein`s approach to western civilisation. It also presents a radically different understanding - from what is traditionally understood of the Wittgensteinian concept of picture. The work will prove immensely useful to scholars concerned with linguistic representation and meaning in general ans Wittgenstein`s contributions to philosophy of language in particular. Contents Introduction 1. Attacking Modern Western Civilization : Mahatma Gandhi and Ludwig Wittgenstein/Suresh Chandra 2. Speech and Silence in Western Philosophy : Critique of Wittgenstein from an Indian Point of View/Srinivasa Rao 3. Language-game, Grounding and the Metaphysics of Meaning/Ahmed Nizar 4. Criteria and the Conceptual Structure/Amitabha Dasgupta 5. On the Problem of Communication : Wittgenstein versus Habermas/S. Paneerselvam 6. Wittgenstein on Private Language/P.R. Bhat 7. Kripke-McGinn Controversy on Rule and Rule-following/Ganesh Prasad Das 8. Wittgenstein on Necessity and Objectivity in Mathematics and Logic/Sadhan Chakraborti 9. Logical Necessity, Conventionalism and Forms of Life : Wittgenstein`s Philosophy Revisited/R.C. Pradhan 10. Wittgenstein`s Philosophy of Language : A Feminist Response/Shefali Moitra 11. The Language of Face : Wittgenstein on Cinema/V. Sanil 12. Exploring the Grammar of Emotion Words/G.P. Ramachandra Printed Pages: 222. Seller Inventory # 1656

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Subrata Sankar Bagchi (Ed.)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Human rights have been the focus of study since ancient times as we find mentions of human rights in the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi, the juridical rulings of Isracli Sanhedrin, the Islamic legislation and our own Vedic tradition of seeing the opponent?s logic before our own. The English Magna Carta, which stated the political and legal rights of the English people, is referred to as the basis for modern English law. With the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), after World War II, human rights issues began to take a more formal shape as the provisions laid down in UDHR became binding on the nations signatories to it. Various international treaties have been signed between different groups of countries on issues like human rights, immigrants? rights, extradition, etc. Intense political discussion is still continuing over the scope and content of economic, social and cultural rights within the ambit of international relations, development and globalization. This book is an edited volume of articles which critically discusses a wide range of topics like history of human rights, gender rights, rights of the indigenous people, dalit rights, civil rights, rights of the refugees, child rights, philosophical foundations of human rights, right to information and the rights of the third gender. Besides, the papers in this collection also give insights into some empirical issues like the declining sex ratio and other less emphasised aspects of human rights such as environment and human rights, right to live, etc. Moreover, it highlights the role of scientists in upholding human rights, particularly during the war. The book will help in disseminating knowledge of human rights and create an awareness in society. It will be highly useful to the students, teachers and researchers in the field of human rights. Contents : Acknowledgements; Preface; 1. Expanding Horizons of Human Rights?Subrata Sankar Bagchi; 2. Human Security, Indigenous People and Development?Buddhadeb Chaudhuri; 3. Some Thoughts on Human Rights?Suranjan Das; 4. The Rights of the Other: Some Questions?Ishita Mukhopadhyay; 5. Dalits and Human Rights?Debi Chatterjee; 6. Civil Rights in India: Towards Framing a Contemporary History?Siddhartha Guha Ray; 7. Environment and Human Rights?A.K. Ghosh; 8. Refugees and Human Rights: Towards Refugee Protection Regime?Sumita Sen; 9. Problems of Human Rights as Reflected in Folk Literature of Bengal: Focus on Folk Songs in Particular?Tathagata Chakraborty; 1. Science, War and Human Rights?Syamal Chakrabarti; 11. The Ways of Dying in Retrospect: A Study on Care for and Rights to Live?Suman Nath, Gopalkrishna Chakraborti and Priyadarsini Sengupta; 12. The Question of Right to Born and to Live: A Study among Rajbansis of a Village in Darjeeling District, West Bengal?Subir Biswas and Ganesh Chandra Mallick; 13. Protection of Child Rights: Concern, Issues and Reality?Arpita Ghosh and Ahana Datta Mukherjee; 14. Right to Information: An Instrument for Effective Participatory Development of the Indian Economy?Ankita Ghosh; 15. Rights and Privileges in India: An Overview?Shyamal K. Nandy and Dipak K. Adak; 16. Human Rights: The Indian Experience?Prasenjit Sarkar; 17. International Human Rights Law?T.R. Maruthi; 18. Adam, Eve and ?Others??Analyzing the Right to Survive with Dignity of the Third Sex in India?Lopamudra Sengupta; Contributors Printed Pages: 222. Seller Inventory # 71544

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Subrata Sankar Bagchi (Ed.)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Human rights have been the focus of study since ancient times as we find mentions of human rights in the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi, the juridical rulings of Isracli Sanhedrin, the Islamic legislation and our own Vedic tradition of seeing the opponentâs logic before our own. The English Magna Carta, which stated the political and legal rights of the English people, is referred to as the basis for modern English law. With the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), after World War II, human rights issues began to take a more formal shape as the provisions laid down in UDHR became binding on the nations signatories to it. Various international treaties have been signed between different groups of countries on issues like human rights, immigrantsâ rights, extradition, etc. Intense political discussion is still continuing over the scope and content of economic, social and cultural rights within the ambit of international relations, development and globalization. This book is an edited volume of articles which critically discusses a wide range of topics like history of human rights, gender rights, rights of the indigenous people, dalit rights, civil rights, rights of the refugees, child rights, philosophical foundations of human rights, right to information and the rights of the third gender. Besides, the papers in this collection also give insights into some empirical issues like the declining sex ratio and other less emphasised aspects of human rights such as environment and human rights, right to live, etc. Moreover, it highlights the role of scientists in upholding human rights, particularly during the war. The book will help in disseminating knowledge of human rights and create an awareness in society. It will be highly useful to the students, teachers and researchers in the field of human rights. Contents : Acknowledgements; Preface; 1. Expanding Horizons of Human Rightsâ"Subrata Sankar Bagchi; 2. Human Security, Indigenous People and Developmentâ"Buddhadeb Chaudhuri; 3. Some Thoughts on Human Rightsâ"Suranjan Das; 4. The Rights of the Other: Some Questionsâ"Ishita Mukhopadhyay; 5. Dalits and Human Rightsâ"Debi Chatterjee; 6. Civil Rights in India: Towards Framing a Contemporary Historyâ"Siddhartha Guha Ray; 7. Environment and Human Rightsâ"A.K. Ghosh; 8. Refugees and Human Rights: Towards Refugee Protection Regimeâ"Sumita Sen; 9. Problems of Human Rights as Reflected in Folk Literature of Bengal: Focus on Folk Songs in Particularâ"Tathagata Chakraborty; 1. Science, War and Human Rightsâ"Syamal Chakrabarti; 11. The Ways of Dying in Retrospect: A Study on Care for and Rights to Liveâ"Suman Nath, Gopalkrishna Chakraborti and Priyadarsini Sengupta; 12. The Question of Right to Born and to Live: A Study among Rajbansis of a Village in Darjeeling District, West Bengalâ"Subir Biswas and Ganesh Chandra Mallick; 13. Protection of Child Rights: Concern, Issues and Realityâ"Arpita Ghosh and Ahana Datta Mukherjee; 14. Right to Information: An Instrument for Effective Participatory Development of the Indian Economyâ"Ankita Ghosh; 15. Rights and Privileges in India: An Overviewâ"Shyamal K. Nandy and Dipak K. Adak; 16. Human Rights: The Indian Experienceâ"Prasenjit Sarkar; 17. International Human Rights Lawâ"T.R. Maruthi; 18. Adam, Eve and âOthersââ"Analyzing the Right to Survive with Dignity of the Third Sex in Indiaâ"Lopamudra Sengupta; Contributors Printed Pages: 222. Seller Inventory # 71544

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About this Item: GSI. Paperback. Condition: As New. Contents: Foreword. I. Key note address : 1. Contribution of GSI to the geology of coal and lignite basins of India - yesterday, today and tomorrow/S.K. Acharyya. II. Invited papers : 2. Was there a 'mass extinction' of plant life at the PTB of peninsular India?/R.S. Tiwari. 3. Process of coalification in Indian Gondwana basins/N.D. Mitra. III. Exploration techniques, etc : 4. Integrated geoscientific studies for mine planning in complex geological structure - a case history of Hemachandrapuram block/Y.S. Babu Rao and D.N. Sharma. 5. Exploration strategy for changing trends in coal mining methods/D.N. Sharma. 6. Lignite exploration in India : present status and future prospects/R. Hariharan and R. Prabhakar. IV. Stratigraphy, palaeontology and sedimentology : 7. Palynological resolution of upper Permian sequence in Talcher coalfield, Orissa, India/Archana Tripathi and D. Bhattacharya. 8. Recent advances in knowledge of nearshore signatures within fluvial Lr. Gondwana (early Permian ) sequences in parts of Satpura basin, Central India/A.B. Dutt and S.K. Mukhopadhyay. 9. Petrofacies of Lr. Gondwana coal measure of Sattupalli area, Chintalapudi sub-basin, Godavari valley coalfield/D.R. Datta and Asitabha Datta. 10. Palynological dating of some Permian outcrops from Iria valley, Tatapani-Ramkola coalfield, M. P., India/S.C. Srivastava and Ratan Kar. 11. Triassic floral assemblage from Baronakunda, Raigarh Gondwana basin, Madhya Pradesh/Bhaskar Chakraborti and Shampa Chakraborty. 12. New palaeobotanical evidence for early 364 pp. Seller Inventory # 38183

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About this Item: GSI. Paperback. Condition: New. Contents: 1. Multidisciplinary and conceptual approaches for mineral exploration endeavours in supposedly barren terrains/Ravi Shanker. 2. Geodynamic setting of the Central Indian tectonic zone in Central, Eastern and Northeastern India/S.K. Acharyya. 3. Role of geology in national development/P.K.B. Chakravorty. 4. Geological information system in Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh/S.S. Kanwar, B.K. Bandyopadhyay, R.S. Shukla, P.K. Sinha, S. Chakraborti, A.K. Huin and G.S. Gonnade. 5. Present status of mineral resrouces in the country, future perspective and opportunities/Anupandu Gupta, Gautam Mukhopadhyay and Balaram Chattopadhyay. 6. Coal resources of India and future perspectives with focus on Central Indian coalfields/A.B. Dutt, R.K. Datta and R.N. Das. 7. Airborne geophysical surveys by geological survey of India-an update/S.V.G.Krishna Rao and H.M. Ramachandra. 8. Role of minerals in the industrial and economic growth of the country/K.S. Raju. 9. Mew approach for exploration of atomic minerals and contribution in national development/A. K. Bhattacharya. 10. Strategy of mineral exploration-post liberalisation era/S.B.S. Chauhan. 11. Palaeoenvironments of late cretaceous sequences of Central India-update and synthesis/S.K. Tandon. 12. Crustal seismic studies in understanding the collision and subduction tectonics of Indian continent-an overview/P.R. Reddy. 13. Aeromagnetic Anomaly interpretation and correlation with geological features of Central India/H.M. Ramachandra,M.P. Mathew, G. Ramesh Acharya, H.C. Gouda and R.K. Singh. 14. 704 pp. Seller Inventory # 39680

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edited by Sadhan Chakraborti and Gangadhar Kar

Published by Centre of Advanced Study in Philosophy Jadavpur University (2016)

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About this Item: Centre of Advanced Study in Philosophy Jadavpur University, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Introduction. 1. Indeterminacy thesis and the naturalized semantics: a critique from the first-person perspective of meaning/Amitabha Dasgupta. 2. Communication, scepticism and triangulation/Kausik Bhattacharya. 3. Word, sentence and meaning/Nirmalya Narayan Chakraborty. 4. Meaning internalism vs meaning externalism can meaning holism be defended?/R.C. Pradhan. 5. The theory of Anvitabhidhana the Dvaita perspective/D. Prahlada Char. 6. How to apprehend the meaning of a word?/Gangadhar Kar. 7. Can the term Akasha Be meaningful in the Jatipadarthavada framework?/Madhumita Chattopadhyay. Index. This collection begins with the assumption that communication through language is possible. The moot question it is engaged with is whether the communicability of meaning entails the objectivity of meaning or not. The nuances involved in the idea of objectivity are deciphered and in what sense meaning is objective, if at all, is discussed in the volume. The articles included in this volume are written from the Western as well as from the Indian philosophical perspectives. Philosophical views of Wittgenstein, Searle, Putnam, Davidson, Quine, McDowell and many such eminent philosophers from the West, and the views of scholars of Nyaya, Buddhism and Mimamsa schools of Indian philosophy are studied closely in these articles. Researchers interested in the issue of objectivity and communicability of meaning of language will find food for their thought in reading this book. Students of philosophy, linguistics, logic, mathematics and the allied subjects in Western and Indian traditions will have a clear grasp of the nature of meaning that is made explicit in this collection. Seller Inventory # 119063

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About this Item: Decent Books/D.K. Printworld Pvt. Ltd 0. Hardcover. Condition: New. The book is an open-minded evaluation of Wittgenstein`s philosophy of language from fresh perspectives to bring out its contemporary significance. Including papers presented by noted Indian philosophers at a national seminar, it examines the special place of Wittgenstein in the development of Philosophy in the West in the twentieth century. The papers offer an in-depth critique of Wittgenstein`s theories on the limits and structure of language, operationalism in philosophy of language, ideas of a private language, necessity of mathematics and logical truths, grammar of the language of emotions and language as a liberating force. Throughout the attempt is to analyse Wittgenstein`s contributions vis-a-vis Indian philosophical thinking and trace the similarities between him and Indian thinkers. The work, for instance, includes a detailed study of Wittgenstein`s notion of silence and its affiliations with silence as interpreted in the Nyaya system and identifying the common factors in Gandhi and Wittgenstein`s approach to western civilisation. It also presents a radically different understanding - from what is traditionally understood of the Wittgensteinian concept of picture. The work will prove immensely useful to scholars concerned with linguistic representation and meaning in general ans Wittgenstein`s contributions to philosophy of language in particular. Contents Introduction 1. Attacking Modern Western Civilization : Mahatma Gandhi and Ludwig Wittgenstein/Suresh Chandra 2. Speech and Silence in Western Philosophy : Critique of Wittgenstein from an Indian Point of View/Srinivasa Rao 3. Language-game, Grounding and the Metaphysics of Meaning/Ahmed Nizar 4. Criteria and the Conceptual Structure/Amitabha Dasgupta 5. On the Problem of Communication : Wittgenstein versus Habermas/S. Paneerselvam 6. Wittgenstein on Private Language/P.R. Bhat 7. Kripke-McGinn Controversy on Rule and Rule-following/Ganesh Prasad Das 8. Wittgenstein on Necessity and Objectivity in Mathematics and Logic/Sadhan Chakraborti 9. Logical Necessity, Conventionalism and Forms of Life : Wittgenstein`s Philosophy Revisited/R.C. Pradhan 10. Wittgenstein`s Philosophy of Language : A Feminist Response/Shefali Moitra 11. The Language of Face : Wittgenstein on Cinema/V. Sanil 12. Exploring the Grammar of Emotion Words/G.P. Ramachandra Printed Pages: 222. Seller Inventory # 1656

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Subrata Sankar Bagchi (Ed.)

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About this Item: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Human rights have been the focus of study since ancient times as we find mentions of human rights in the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi, the juridical rulings of Isracli Sanhedrin, the Islamic legislation and our own Vedic tradition of seeing the opponentâs logic before our own. The English Magna Carta, which stated the political and legal rights of the English people, is referred to as the basis for modern English law. With the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), after World War II, human rights issues began to take a more formal shape as the provisions laid down in UDHR became binding on the nations signatories to it. Various international treaties have been signed between different groups of countries on issues like human rights, immigrantsâ rights, extradition, etc. Intense political discussion is still continuing over the scope and content of economic, social and cultural rights within the ambit of international relations, development and globalization. This book is an edited volume of articles which critically discusses a wide range of topics like history of human rights, gender rights, rights of the indigenous people, dalit rights, civil rights, rights of the refugees, child rights, philosophical foundations of human rights, right to information and the rights of the third gender. Besides, the papers in this collection also give insights into some empirical issues like the declining sex ratio and other less emphasised aspects of human rights such as environment and human rights, right to live, etc. Moreover, it highlights the role of scientists in upholding human rights, particularly during the war. The book will help in disseminating knowledge of human rights and create an awareness in society. It will be highly useful to the students, teachers and researchers in the field of human rights. Contents : Acknowledgements; Preface; 1. Expanding Horizons of Human Rightsâ"Subrata Sankar Bagchi; 2. Human Security, Indigenous People and Developmentâ"Buddhadeb Chaudhuri; 3. Some Thoughts on Human Rightsâ"Suranjan Das; 4. The Rights of the Other: Some Questionsâ"Ishita Mukhopadhyay; 5. Dalits and Human Rightsâ"Debi Chatterjee; 6. Civil Rights in India: Towards Framing a Contemporary Historyâ"Siddhartha Guha Ray; 7. Environment and Human Rightsâ"A.K. Ghosh; 8. Refugees and Human Rights: Towards Refugee Protection Regimeâ"Sumita Sen; 9. Problems of Human Rights as Reflected in Folk Literature of Bengal: Focus on Folk Songs in Particularâ"Tathagata Chakraborty; 1. Science, War and Human Rightsâ"Syamal Chakrabarti; 11. The Ways of Dying in Retrospect: A Study on Care for and Rights to Liveâ"Suman Nath, Gopalkrishna Chakraborti and Priyadarsini Sengupta; 12. The Question of Right to Born and to Live: A Study among Rajbansis of a Village in Darjeeling District, West Bengalâ"Subir Biswas and Ganesh Chandra Mallick; 13. Protection of Child Rights: Concern, Issues and Realityâ"Arpita Ghosh and Ahana Datta Mukherjee; 14. Right to Information: An Instrument for Effective Participatory Development of the Indian Economyâ"Ankita Ghosh; 15. Rights and Privileges in India: An Overviewâ"Shyamal K. Nandy and Dipak K. Adak; 16. Human Rights: The Indian Experienceâ"Prasenjit Sarkar; 17. International Human Rights Lawâ"T.R. Maruthi; 18. Adam, Eve and âOthersââ"Analyzing the Right to Survive with Dignity of the Third Sex in Indiaâ"Lopamudra Sengupta; Contributors Printed Pages: 222. Seller Inventory # 71544

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About this Item: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents: SECTION I : ANCIENT India : Presidential Address Growth of Rural Economy in Early Feudal India/Dr. R.N. Nandi 1. Indo-European Philology and Etymology of Mleccha/Dr. Aloka Parasher 2. Ethnhic Elements in the Political Life of Ancient Assam/Dr. Debasis Sen 3. Some Aspects of the Nature of Gift in the Post-Maurya Prakrit Inscription of India (c. 200 B.C.-A.D. 300)/Dr. H.C. Satyarthi 4. Glimpses of Town Planning in Pataliputra (c. 400 B.C.-A.D.600)/Dr. Om Prakash Prasad 5. Women Workers in the Jatakas/Dr. Anil Kumar Tyagi 6. Problem of Defining Peasantry : A Note on the Beginnings of Peasant Stratification in Early India (c. 2500-200 B.C.)/Dr. Vijay Kumar Thakur 7. Socio-Economic Tensions in Bhojakata Rajya of Vakataka Kingdom in the Time of Pravarasena II/Dr. Raghavendra Vajpeyi 8. Ancient Orissa : The Dynamics of Internal Transformation of the Tribal Society/Dr. Bhairabi Prasad Sahu 9. Non-brahmana Resistance to the Expansion of brahmadeyas : The Early Pandya Experience/Dr. Rajan Gurukul 10. Role of Land Grants in the Actual Origination of Feudatories in Early Medieval India/Dr. Om Prakash 11. An Aspect of the Revenue System of the Cholas/Prof. Y. Subbarayalu 12. "Tax Free" Grants during Rajaraja I/Dr. P. Shanmungam 13. Famines and Relief Measures under the Imperial Cholas (A.D. 850-1279)/Dr. A.Mohan Ram 14. Functions and Gradations of Devadasis/Dr. Awadh Kishore Prasad 15. Origin of Saiva Monasticism in the Tamil Country/Dr. C.K. Sivaprakasam 16. The Hindu Temple as a Symbol of Pancakratya/Dr. Raju Kalidos 17. Pavagadh-A Sakti Pitha of Gujarat/Dr.V.T. Padmaja 18. Ashvins, the Twin Celestial Physicians and their Medical Skill/Dr. Jyoti Mitra 19. Widow Marriage in Vedic India/Dr. Chira Kisore Bhaduri 20. The Corporative Nature of the Chola Army (Summary)/Dr. C. Salvaraj SECTION II : MEDIEVAL INDIA : Presidential Address/Dr. Radhey Shyam (a) Political and Administrative History 21. Pressure Groups and their Operation in the Delhi Sultanate (A.D. 1206-1351)/Dr. Rekha Pande 22. Ziyauddin Barani`s Theory of Price Centrol : A Critical Estmate/Dr. Padmesh Pathak 23. Wakil`s Report in Rajasthan State Archives : A Sample Study/Dr. Sumbu Halim Khan 24. The Battle of Dubri (A.D. 1612-1613)/Dr. B.C. Kalita 25. In Pursuit Mughal Highways : A Study of road Alignments Based on the Kos pillars/Dr. Zahoor Ali Khan 26. Feudal Organisation in Pre-Sultanate Gujarat/Dr. Pushpa Prasad 27. The Zamindars in the Sultanate of Gujarat - 1407-1572/Dr. Ajaz Bano 28. Royal Ladies in Politics during the Sultanate (Summary)/Dr. C.M. Agrawal b. Social, Economic and Cultural History : 29. The Import of Persian Horses in India, 13-17th centuries/Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad Khan 30. Revenue Documents of a pargana in Gujarat under the Mughals/Dr. Hasan Mahmud 31. Indo-Portuguese Trade and the Gujarat Nobility in the 16th century: A Case Study of Malik Gopi/Dr. K.S. Mathew 32. Economy and Society of Rural Gujarat in the second half of the 18th century: A Study based on the Haribhakti Papers/Dr. G.D. Sharma 33. Pattern of Bengal`s Overseas Trade under the Mughals : A Second Look/Mr. Phanindra Nath Chakraborti 34. Aspects fof Economic Transformation of the Medieval Chotanagpur Tribes/Dr. B. Virottam 35. Madad-i-Maash Grants and its Impact on the Mughal Empire (1707-1761) : A Case Study of Bihar/Dr. Satyendra Nath 36. Nizampattan-A Golconda Port during the 17th century/Dr. Seema Singh 37. Origin and Growth of Ta`aluqadari Tenures in Awadh/Sayyid Zaheer Husain Jafri 38. The Role of Zamindars in Agricultural Developments/Syed Najmula Raza Rizvi 39. Territorial Distribution of Jatt Caster in Punjab,c. 1595-1881/Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed 40. The Zazims and the Zamindars of Bengal/Dr. Saba Samiuddin 41. Jahangir`s Relations with the Non-Muslims/Dr. Afzal Husain 42. The Mystics of Chisht and their contact Printed Pages: 266. Seller Inventory # 42989

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About this Item: KW Publishers, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The Asia Annual 2011 focuses on the various aspects of democracy in the Asian context. The chapters in this volume reflect diverse perceptions, adopting an interdisciplinary approach, which enhance the discussions and reveal a plethora of opinions and outlooks. The collection of essays has been arranged primarily in terms of `regions` (in the geopolitical sense). The volume brings together contributions from leading experts and `area specialists` who offer special insights and critiques on crucial issues and questions related to the central theme of democracy in their respective `regions/areas` of specialisation. The intention is to submit an inclusive volume concerning the idea of democracy in Asia. It strives to offer an exhaustive analysis that could prove to be valuable for those who are absorbed in Asian studies. The essays contend with wideranging debates on varied aspects related to the processes of democracy and democratisation from the Asian geopolitical space and contemplate on problems arising from the pressures associated with movements for democracy. The authors in their accounts also raise crucial questions regarding the viability as well as the consequences of external efforts at stimulating democracy and the setting up of imported models of democracy. The inherent emphasis is on both the intrinsic distinctiveness of the regions as well as the considerable commonalities, which inspire comparative analyses in general and in the context of democracy/democratisation in particular.Contents Essays 1. Introduction Priya Singh 2. Realism and Democracy: Two Stories of the American Engagement with Asia Shibashis Chatterjee 3. Dots of Democracy on a Socialist Canvas: The History of Democratic Movement in China Binoda Kumar Mishra 4. Promoting Democracy Policies of Major Powers towards Myanmar Sanjay Pulipaka 5. The Democratic Role of Ethnicity in Nepal Monika Mandal 6. Marxists? Democratic Problematic and the Decline of the Left in West Bengal Harihar Bhattacharyya 7. Crossroads: Democracy and the Turkish Model Anita Sengupta 8. Arab Spring: Authoritarianism in the Middle East Re-examined Kingshuk Chatterjee 9. The Arab Spring: Quo Vadis? P R Kumaraswamy 10. The Façade of Social Capital and Democracy: The Case of Egypt Nadine Sika 11. The Muslim Brotherhood Movement Facing the Challenge of Democracy: Political Transition in Post-Revolutionary Egypt Mohanad Mustafa and As?ad Ghanem 12. Debates on Transition and Democracy in Central Asia the Post Soviet Experience Sreemati Ganguli 13. Russia: From ?Demokratizatsiya? to ?Suverennaya Demokratiya? Susmita Bhattacharyav Special Essays 14. Islam and Democracy: A Conceptual Analysis Abhik Samanta Research Note 15. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad: The Prophet of Democracy Safoora Razeq Review Essay 16. Ulan Ude and Ulaan Baatar: The Mongol space re-visited Suchandana Chatterjee Book Reviews 17. Mass Attitude in Democracy Sustainment: A Case Study of Public Perceptions of Democracy in Afghanistan Arpita Basu Roy 18. Koh Kim Seng, Misunderstood Myanmar: An Introspective Study of a Southeast Asian State in Transition Swapna Bhattacharya (Chakraborti) Printed Pages: 320. Seller Inventory # 100579

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About this Item: Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Contents: SECTION I : ANCIENT India : Presidential Address Growth of Rural Economy in Early Feudal India/Dr. R.N. Nandi 1. Indo-European Philology and Etymology of Mleccha/Dr. Aloka Parasher 2. Ethnhic Elements in the Political Life of Ancient Assam/Dr. Debasis Sen 3. Some Aspects of the Nature of Gift in the Post-Maurya Prakrit Inscription of India (c. 200 B.C.-A.D. 300)/Dr. H.C. Satyarthi 4. Glimpses of Town Planning in Pataliputra (c. 400 B.C.-A.D.600)/Dr. Om Prakash Prasad 5. Women Workers in the Jatakas/Dr. Anil Kumar Tyagi 6. Problem of Defining Peasantry : A Note on the Beginnings of Peasant Stratification in Early India (c. 2500-200 B.C.)/Dr. Vijay Kumar Thakur 7. Socio-Economic Tensions in Bhojakata Rajya of Vakataka Kingdom in the Time of Pravarasena II/Dr. Raghavendra Vajpeyi 8. Ancient Orissa : The Dynamics of Internal Transformation of the Tribal Society/Dr. Bhairabi Prasad Sahu 9. Non-brahmana Resistance to the Expansion of brahmadeyas : The Early Pandya Experience/Dr. Rajan Gurukul 10. Role of Land Grants in the Actual Origination of Feudatories in Early Medieval India/Dr. Om Prakash 11. An Aspect of the Revenue System of the Cholas/Prof. Y. Subbarayalu 12. "Tax Free" Grants during Rajaraja I/Dr. P. Shanmungam 13. Famines and Relief Measures under the Imperial Cholas (A.D. 850-1279)/Dr. A.Mohan Ram 14. Functions and Gradations of Devadasis/Dr. Awadh Kishore Prasad 15. Origin of Saiva Monasticism in the Tamil Country/Dr. C.K. Sivaprakasam 16. The Hindu Temple as a Symbol of Pancakratya/Dr. Raju Kalidos 17. Pavagadh-A Sakti Pitha of Gujarat/Dr.V.T. Padmaja 18. Ashvins, the Twin Celestial Physicians and their Medical Skill/Dr. Jyoti Mitra 19. Widow Marriage in Vedic India/Dr. Chira Kisore Bhaduri 20. The Corporative Nature of the Chola Army (Summary)/Dr. C. Salvaraj SECTION II : MEDIEVAL INDIA : Presidential Address/Dr. Radhey Shyam (a) Political and Administrative History 21. Pressure Groups and their Operation in the Delhi Sultanate (A.D. 1206-1351)/Dr. Rekha Pande 22. Ziyauddin Barani`s Theory of Price Centrol : A Critical Estmate/Dr. Padmesh Pathak 23. Wakil`s Report in Rajasthan State Archives : A Sample Study/Dr. Sumbu Halim Khan 24. The Battle of Dubri (A.D. 1612-1613)/Dr. B.C. Kalita 25. In Pursuit Mughal Highways : A Study of road Alignments Based on the Kos pillars/Dr. Zahoor Ali Khan 26. Feudal Organisation in Pre-Sultanate Gujarat/Dr. Pushpa Prasad 27. The Zamindars in the Sultanate of Gujarat - 1407-1572/Dr. Ajaz Bano 28. Royal Ladies in Politics during the Sultanate (Summary)/Dr. C.M. Agrawal b. Social, Economic and Cultural History : 29. The Import of Persian Horses in India, 13-17th centuries/Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad Khan 30. Revenue Documents of a pargana in Gujarat under the Mughals/Dr. Hasan Mahmud 31. Indo-Portuguese Trade and the Gujarat Nobility in the 16th century: A Case Study of Malik Gopi/Dr. K.S. Mathew 32. Economy and Society of Rural Gujarat in the second half of the 18th century: A Study based on the Haribhakti Papers/Dr. G.D. Sharma 33. Pattern of Bengal`s Overseas Trade under the Mughals : A Second Look/Mr. Phanindra Nath Chakraborti 34. Aspects fof Economic Transformation of the Medieval Chotanagpur Tribes/Dr. B. Virottam 35. Madad-i-Maash Grants and its Impact on the Mughal Empire (1707-1761) : A Case Study of Bihar/Dr. Satyendra Nath 36. Nizampattan-A Golconda Port during the 17th century/Dr. Seema Singh 37. Origin and Growth of Ta`aluqadari Tenures in Awadh/Sayyid Zaheer Husain Jafri 38. The Role of Zamindars in Agricultural Developments/Syed Najmula Raza Rizvi 39. Territorial Distribution of Jatt Caster in Punjab,c. 1595-1881/Dr. Iftikhar Ahmed 40. The Zazims and the Zamindars of Bengal/Dr. Saba Samiuddin 41. Jahangir`s Relations with the Non-Muslims/Dr. Afzal Husain 42. The Mystics of Chisht and their contact Printed Pages: 266. Seller Inventory # 42989

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About this Item: KW Publishers, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The Asia Annual 2011 focuses on the various aspects of democracy in the Asian context. The chapters in this volume reflect diverse perceptions, adopting an interdisciplinary approach, which enhance the discussions and reveal a plethora of opinions and outlooks. The collection of essays has been arranged primarily in terms of `regions` (in the geopolitical sense). The volume brings together contributions from leading experts and `area specialists` who offer special insights and critiques on crucial issues and questions related to the central theme of democracy in their respective `regions/areas` of specialisation. The intention is to submit an inclusive volume concerning the idea of democracy in Asia. It strives to offer an exhaustive analysis that could prove to be valuable for those who are absorbed in Asian studies. The essays contend with wideranging debates on varied aspects related to the processes of democracy and democratisation from the Asian geopolitical space and contemplate on problems arising from the pressures associated with movements for democracy. The authors in their accounts also raise crucial questions regarding the viability as well as the consequences of external efforts at stimulating democracy and the setting up of imported models of democracy. The inherent emphasis is on both the intrinsic distinctiveness of the regions as well as the considerable commonalities, which inspire comparative analyses in general and in the context of democracy/democratisation in particular.Contents Essays 1. Introduction Priya Singh 2. Realism and Democracy: Two Stories of the American Engagement with Asia Shibashis Chatterjee 3. Dots of Democracy on a Socialist Canvas: The History of Democratic Movement in China Binoda Kumar Mishra 4. Promoting Democracy Policies of Major Powers towards Myanmar Sanjay Pulipaka 5. The Democratic Role of Ethnicity in Nepal Monika Mandal 6. Marxistsâ Democratic Problematic and the Decline of the Left in West Bengal Harihar Bhattacharyya 7. Crossroads: Democracy and the Turkish Model Anita Sengupta 8. Arab Spring: Authoritarianism in the Middle East Re-examined Kingshuk Chatterjee 9. The Arab Spring: Quo Vadis? P R Kumaraswamy 10. The Façade of Social Capital and Democracy: The Case of Egypt Nadine Sika 11. The Muslim Brotherhood Movement Facing the Challenge of Democracy: Political Transition in Post-Revolutionary Egypt Mohanad Mustafa and Asâad Ghanem 12. Debates on Transition and Democracy in Central Asia the Post Soviet Experience Sreemati Ganguli 13. Russia: From âDemokratizatsiyaâ to âSuverennaya Demokratiyaâ Susmita Bhattacharyav Special Essays 14. Islam and Democracy: A Conceptual Analysis Abhik Samanta Research Note 15. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad: The Prophet of Democracy Safoora Razeq Review Essay 16. Ulan Ude and Ulaan Baatar: The Mongol space re-visited Suchandana Chatterjee Book Reviews 17. Mass Attitude in Democracy Sustainment: A Case Study of Public Perceptions of Democracy in Afghanistan Arpita Basu Roy 18. Koh Kim Seng, Misunderstood Myanmar: An Introspective Study of a Southeast Asian State in Transition Swapna Bhattacharya (Chakraborti) Printed Pages: 320. Seller Inventory # 100579

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About this Item: KW Publishers, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. The Asia Annual 2011 focuses on the various aspects of democracy in the Asian context. The chapters in this volume reflect diverse perceptions, adopting an interdisciplinary approach, which enhance the discussions and reveal a plethora of opinions and outlooks. The collection of essays has been arranged primarily in terms of `regions` (in the geopolitical sense). The volume brings together contributions from leading experts and `area specialists` who offer special insights and critiques on crucial issues and questions related to the central theme of democracy in their respective `regions/areas` of specialisation. The intention is to submit an inclusive volume concerning the idea of democracy in Asia. It strives to offer an exhaustive analysis that could prove to be valuable for those who are absorbed in Asian studies. The essays contend with wideranging debates on varied aspects related to the processes of democracy and democratisation from the Asian geopolitical space and contemplate on problems arising from the pressures associated with movements for democracy. The authors in their accounts also raise crucial questions regarding the viability as well as the consequences of external efforts at stimulating democracy and the setting up of imported models of democracy. The inherent emphasis is on both the intrinsic distinctiveness of the regions as well as the considerable commonalities, which inspire comparative analyses in general and in the context of democracy/democratisation in particular.Contents Essays 1. Introduction Priya Singh 2. Realism and Democracy: Two Stories of the American Engagement with Asia Shibashis Chatterjee 3. Dots of Democracy on a Socialist Canvas: The History of Democratic Movement in China Binoda Kumar Mishra 4. Promoting Democracy Policies of Major Powers towards Myanmar Sanjay Pulipaka 5. The Democratic Role of Ethnicity in Nepal Monika Mandal 6. Marxistsâ Democratic Problematic and the Decline of the Left in West Bengal Harihar Bhattacharyya 7. Crossroads: Democracy and the Turkish Model Anita Sengupta 8. Arab Spring: Authoritarianism in the Middle East Re-examined Kingshuk Chatterjee 9. The Arab Spring: Quo Vadis? P R Kumaraswamy 10. The Façade of Social Capital and Democracy: The Case of Egypt Nadine Sika 11. The Muslim Brotherhood Movement Facing the Challenge of Democracy: Political Transition in Post-Revolutionary Egypt Mohanad Mustafa and Asâad Ghanem 12. Debates on Transition and Democracy in Central Asia the Post Soviet Experience Sreemati Ganguli 13. Russia: From âDemokratizatsiyaâ to âSuverennaya Demokratiyaâ Susmita Bhattacharyav Special Essays 14. Islam and Democracy: A Conceptual Analysis Abhik Samanta Research Note 15. Maulana Abul Kalam Azad: The Prophet of Democracy Safoora Razeq Review Essay 16. Ulan Ude and Ulaan Baatar: The Mongol space re-visited Suchandana Chatterjee Book Reviews 17. Mass Attitude in Democracy Sustainment: A Case Study of Public Perceptions of Democracy in Afghanistan Arpita Basu Roy 18. Koh Kim Seng, Misunderstood Myanmar: An Introspective Study of a Southeast Asian State in Transition Swapna Bhattacharya (Chakraborti) Printed Pages: 320. Seller Inventory # 100579

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About this Item: ZSI, New Delhi, 1993. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Tribe Cervaphidini. I. Anamalosiphum Takahashi 1. Indigoferae Ghosh Ghosh and Raychaudhuri. II. Cervaphis van der Goot 2. Quercus Takahashi. 3. Rappardi rappardi Hille Ris Lambers. 4. Rappardi indica Basu A.N. 5. Schouteniae v.d. Goot. III. Schoutedenia Rubsaamen 6. Emblica (Patel and Kulkarni). 7. Ralumensis Rubsaamen. IV. Sumatraphis Takahashi R 8. Celti Takahashi. Tribe Greenideini. V. Allotrichosiphum Takahashi 9. Assamense Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. VI. Brevitrichosiphon Raychaudhuri Banerjee and Ghosh 10. Mukerjii Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh.VII. Eutrichosiphum Essig and Kuwana 11. Alnicola (Basu A.N.). 12. Arunachali Basu Ghosh and Raychaudhuri. 13. Assamense Ghosh Basu and Raychaudhuri. 14. Atini Raychaudhuri and Chatterjee. 15. Betulae Mondal Chatterjee and Raychaudhuri. 16. Balckmanum Agarwala and Ghosh. 17. Davidi Raychaudhuri.18. Dubium (van der Goot). 19. Flavun Takahashi. 20. Jugeshwari Singh Raychaudhuri and Raychaudhuri. 21. Khashyanum (Ghosh and Raychaudhuri). 22. Litseae Raychaudhuri Raha and Raychaudhuri. 23. Makii Raychaudhuri and Chatterjee. 24. Manliensis Agarwala and Ghosh n.sp. 25. Manipurense Singh Raychaudhuri and Raychaudhuri. 26. Minutum van der Goot. 27. Neoalnicola Raychaudhuri Ghosh and Das. 28. Neotattakanum Agarwala and Ghosh n.sp. 29. Nepalensis nomen novum. 30. Pseudopasaniae Szelegiewicz. 31. Pyri Chakraborti. 32. Quercifoliae Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. 33. Querciphaga Chakrabarti and maity. 34. Rameshi (Raychaudhuri Chatterjee and Raychaudhuri). 35. Raychaudhuri Ghosh. 36. Russellae (Ghosh Ghosh and Raychaudhuri). 37. Sankari Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. 38. Sensoriatum (Ghosh A.K.). 39. Sikkimense Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. 40. Subinoyi Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. 41. Tapatii Mondal Chatterjee and Raychaudhuri. 42. Tattakanum (Takahashi). Eutrichosiphum sp. I.s. Eutrichosiphum sp II. VIII. Greenidea Schouteden 43. (Greenidea) aborensis (Ghosh A.K.). 44. (Greenidea) artocarpi (Westwood). 45. (Greenidea) decaspermi Takahashi. 46. (Greenidea) ficicola Takahashi. 47. (Greenidea) himansui Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. 48. (Greenidea) longicornis (Ghosh Ghosh and Raychaudhuri). 49. (Greenidea) longirostris Basu A.N. 50. (Greenidea) photiniphaga Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. 51. (Greenidea) Schimae Takahashi. 52. (Neogreenidea) ayyari Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. 53. (Neogreenidea) longisetosa Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. 54. (Neogreenidea) querciphaga Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. 55. (Paragreenidea) parthenocissi Saha and Chakrabarti. 56. (Paragreenidea) symplocosis Ghosh Basu and Raychaudhuri. 57. (Trichosiphum) anonae Pergande. 58. (Trichosiphum) brachyunguis Chatterjee Mondal and Raychaudhuri. 59. (Trichosiphum) bucktonis Ghosh Basu and Raychaudhuri. 60. (Trichosiphum) camelliae Agarwala and Ghosh. 61. (Trichosiphum) formosana (Maki). 62. (Trichosiphum) formosana heeri Raychaudhuri Ghosh banerjee and Ghosh. 63. (Trichosiphum) gigantea Ghosh and Raychaudhuri. 64. (Trichosiphum) haldari Maity and Chakrabarti. 65. (Trichosiphum) heterotricha Ghosh. 66. (Trichosiphum) kumaoni Chakrabarti and Raychudhuri. 67. (Trichosiphum) prunicola Ghosh Banerjee and Raychaudhuri. 68. (Trichosiphum) quercicola Basu Ghosh and Raychaudhuri. 69. (Trichosiphum) sikkimensis Raychaudhuri Ghosh Banerjee and Ghosh. 70. (Trichosiphum) spinotibium Raychaudhuri and Chatterjee. IX. Greenideoida van der Goot 71. (Neogreenidea) Bengalensis Raychaudhuri and Chatterjee. 72. (Paragreenideoida) bhalukpongensis Ghosh Banerjee and Raychaudhuri. 73. (Paragreenideoida) ceyloniae van der Goot. 74. (Pentarichosiphum) lambersi Basu A.N. 75. (Paragreenideoida) luteum Basu A.N. X. Mollitrichosiphum Suenaga 76. (Mollitrichosiphum) Das and Raychaudhuri. 77. (Mollitrichosiphum) nigriabdominalis Agarwala Mondal and Raychaudhuri. 78. (Mollitrichosiphum) tenuicorpus Okajima. 79. (Mollitrichosiphum) trilokum Agarwala and Gh. Seller Inventory # 64653

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Y Yagama Reddy

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About this Item: Century Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Towards Asian century/S. Jayarama Reddy. 2. India in 21 Century Asia Pacific/Nagesh Kumar. 3. Indo Thai Relations misplaced rhythm of cooperation/Ganganath Jha. 4. India and Singapore economic partnership/Gautam Murthy. 5. India's diplomacy of regional trading groups a case of India ASEAN free trade area and sub regional agreements/D. Gopal and Sailaja Gullapalli. 6. Southeast Asian security dynamics/G.V.C. Naidu. 7. Emerging India in Asia Pacific implications on Southeast Asia/C. Ravindranatha Reddy. 8. Reflections on nation building in Southeast Asia/V. Suryanarayan. 9. Religion consciousnesses and mental images in Southeast Asian Society/K. Syamalamma and P. Krishna Mohan Reddy. 10. India's Southeast Asia Policy in the 21 Century perambulating the horizon/Tridib Chakraborti. 11. India 21 Century Asia Pacific some aspects of strategic and economic issues/S. Gopal. 12. Russia's renewed interest in Southeast Asia/R.G. Gidadhubli. 13. India and China Rapprochement Cautious Moves/K. Raja Reddy. 14. India's role in peace progress and prosperity in Asia/G. Jayachandra Reddy. 15. East Asia Summit first impressions/A. Lakshmana Chetty. 16. India's Look East Policy posture and reality/Man Mohini Kaul. 17. India and Asia Pacific economic integration a new hope/T. Nirmala Devi. 18. Problems of Indian Diaspora in Fiji/Amit Singh. 19. Harnessing the potentialities of Indian Diaspora in the Southeast Asian and Pacific Region/P. Munirathnam Reddy. 20. Indo Australian relations in the emerging world order/Chandrakant Yatanoor. 21. India and Australia in strategic partnership/S. Utham Kumar Jamadhagni. 22. India New Zealand economic transaction and cultural swapping/G. Vijay Kumar Reddy and M. Prayag. 23. Indian Community in Australia/Y. Yagama Reddy. After Independence in 1947 India was found to be more inward looking than showing concern for its eastern neighbours. Its indifference to the ASEAN process and inclination towards the Soviet Union only widened the Gulf between India and the ASEAN members. The termination of Cold War brought in a radical change in the perceptions and approaches of the regional powers towards regional cooperation. India's gradual integration with ASEAN the enlargement of ASEAN into a full fledged regional grouping ASEAN's Summit level dialogues with China Japan and Korea (ASEAN+3) and India (ASEAN+1) have all kept the spirit of regional cooperation high. Having steered it Look East Policy as a means of getting integrated with East Asia India is now committed to consolidating the partnerships at various levels. India is not only being projected as a counter balance to China but also considered as a bridge to the markets to other Asian countries. The historic East Asia Summit held in December 2005 at Kuala Lumpur clearly demonstrated that the concept of Asian ness is at last translated into reality. This book contains 23 articles on the subject authored by eminent scholars in their respective field of specialization. The multidisciplinary character of the contents and treatment in this volume is obvious. The wide range of papers delving deep into economic cultural political and strategic aspects at bilateral and multilateral levels has shed light on the inherent potentialities and strengths of India to broaden and consolidate its prospects in Asian affairs. The facts and figures provided in various articles of this volume are a valuable source of information for the scholars who would be involved in research on India's multilateral relationships in Asia Pacific region. In short the book is useful for all those concerned with India's sustained engagement with its eastern neighbours. 388 pp. Seller Inventory # 64728

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Debabrata Das Gupta; Sarthak Chowdhury and Siddhartha Dev Mukhopadhyay

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. General and conceptual aspects 1. Development communication in rural sector/D. Das Gupta. 2. Development communication concept with reference to media for agricultural development/A.G. Sawant. 3. Development communication and communicating development a perceptual study/Dipak De and Misha Nedeljkovich. 4. Development communication help to those who need it most/S. Chowdhury. 5. Development communication system/B.S. Hansra and N.R. Gangadharappa. 6. Development communication reaching the unreached for sustainable development/A.K. Singh K. Singh and Amardeep. 7. Communication models in technology transfer and research and development/Manish Kumar Chitra Pathak and A.K. Singh. 8. A systematic paradigm of a rural development technology/S. Gregory. 9. Generation and transfer of adoption managers need for restructuring the model of agricultural communication/D. Das Gupta and P. Pal. II. Communication behaviour 10. A study on communication behaviour of community health workers/M.K. Tiwari. 11. Communication of technologies for boosting farm income and progressiveness/Sanjib Chatterjee Sibaji Chakraborti S.D. Mukhopadhyay and D. Das Gupta. 12. Characteristics of farm radio listeners and their listening habit/Jitendra Chouhan and Baldeo Singh. 13. Communication behaviour of rural cooperators with regard to effectiveness in respect of adoption of HYV Rice Cultivation/M.D. Golam Mortuza. 14. Role of extension activities in communication development and adoption of modern agro technologies for sustainable development/A. Zaman B.C. Sahana and Amir Hossain Mollah. 15. Diffusion on technology in Rural Orissa and It's effect/C. Satapathy and Bineeta Satapathy. 16. Information sources consultancy pattern and knowledge of farmers for development/S.K. Meti S.R. Patil and B. Smdaroswamey. III. Channels of Media 17. Information technology for rural development/R. Sarvanan. 18. Farm information through Gram Mangal telecast in Madhya Pradesh/L.N. Sharma S.K. Agrawal V.K. Pyasi and J.P. Patel. 19. A study on impact of farm broadcast on farming/R. Agila N. Anandaraja and R. Premavathi. 20. A critical review of agricultural news covered in Bengali Dailies vis a vis source of publication and territory wise importance perspectives/Sabyasachi Roy Naipal Singh Verma and Sujit K. Jha. 21. Traditional media reaching the unreached/S. Chowdhury and C.K. Panda. 22. Content analysis of agricultural extension review a critical study/P. Kavitha N. Anandaraja R. Premavathi and N. Sriram. 23. Advanced information technologies for agricultural development/N. Anandaraja K. Chandrakandan and R. Agila. 24. Cyber extension an effective way for agricultural communication a concept paper/Siddhartha D. Mukhopadhyay. 25. Developing a computer aided extension system for farmers step to improve rural communication/Kalyan Ganguly Premlata Singh and K. Kalimuthu. IV. People's Participation 26. People's participation for development in watershed programme/K. Nagabhushanam. 27. Participation of rural households in livestock production activities in Bangladesh/M. Moniruzzaman. 28. Participation of women members in Gram Panchayat a study based on experience and observation in two districts in West Bengal India/Bholanatha Ghosh. V. Constraints 29. Communication lapses in rural energy programme/Dibyendu Ghosh Sujay Mitra and Subhrangsu Santra. 30. Jute Fibre marketing some important issues/Sanjib Chatterjee Swapan B. Mukhopadhyay and D. Dasgupta. 31. Constraints in production and marketing of Jute in Orissa/R.K. Raj C. Satpathy and B.R. Pattanaik. VI. Other related issues 32. Role of service centres as a communicator towards rural development/Rajesh Chatterjee. 33. Adoption of paddy production techniques and its effect on productivity under different farming situation an agro ecosystem analysis/Ranjay K. Singh B.S. Dwivedi and A.K. Pandey. 34. Improvement in livelihood through communication a case study/Sujit Kumar Pal. Contributors. Critical importance of the Dev. Seller Inventory # 65226

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Manjulika Ghosh

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About this Item: Sundeep Prakashan, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Invited papers 1. Interaction between east and west/D.P. Chattopadhyaya. 2. The concept of integral education/Kireet Joshi. General president's address 3. Applied philosophy and professional ethics/S.R. Bhatt. Endowment lectures 4. Pasu Saiva Siddhanta view/B.R. Shantha Kumari. 5. Humanism precepts and practice/Ganesh Prasad Das. 6. Perspective on the problem of plurality of religions/Shail Kumari Singh. I. Logic and scientific method 7. The development of logic as a science of form a historical purview/Nirmala Kumari Jha. 8. Sakshi unbound/A. Kanthamani. 9. Explanation and prediction in natural and social sciences a comparative study/D.N. Yadav. 10. Is something wrong with our reasoning/Anirban Mukherjee. 11. The philosophical hermeneutics of Hans Georg Gadamer/T.K. Badrinath. 12. Ricoeur's theory of interpretation/M. Parameshwaran. II. History of philosophy 13. Indian philosophy a quest for the ultimate goal of life/Shashiprabha Kumar. 14. Concept of consciousness in Sri Aurobindo's integral Yoga/Gopa Bhattacharya. 15. Spinoza's substance and Vedanta Brahman a study in comparison/Bhupendra Chandra Das. 16. Karl Popper on historicism/P. Arunachalam. 17. Hegel Marx and dialectics/Sudha Choudhury. 18. Contributors to development of contemporary Indian philosophy (with special reference to Shri Pandurang Shastriji Athawale)/S.J. Nigal. III. Metaphysics and epistemology 19. Living metaphysics a plea for an alternative metaphysical model/Tandra Patnaik. 20. Causality and freedom in the philosophy of Immanuel Kant/Shyamkishore Singh. 21. Are all things non eternal. The Nyaya criticism/Bhaswati Bhattacharya Chakrabarti. 22. Sankara's Brahman and Hegel's absolute a comparative study/Sushit Kumar Sarkar. 23. Delimiting of ontology Immanuel Kant and Jacques Derrida a note/Debika Saha. 24. Wittgenstein and the crisis of analytic philosophy/P.K. Sasidharan. 25. Varieties of antireductionism/Chhanda Chakraborti and Manjaly J.A. 26. Consciousness nature and dimensions the Indian perspective/Shashi Bala. 27. On consciousness Sri Sankara and Sri Aurobindo/L. Vijai. IV. Ethics and social philosophy 28. Peace through social justice/Asha Mukherjee. 29. Sustainability and economic growth are they compatible/Alok Tandon. 30. Tolerance in the intercultural context a Gandhian approach/Geeta Mehta. 31. Kantian ethics a two fold logical interpretation/Kantilal Das. 32. Non violence a Gandhian response to the violent world today/Sristidhar Biswas. 33. Quest for morality in ecology/Mritunjay Kumar. 34. Why be moral/Rajakishore Nath. 35. The concept of moral degradation and present circumstances an ethical assessment/S.R. Vyas. V. Religion 36. Swami Ranganathananda a philosophic profile/S.B.P. Sinha. 37. Religiosity of religious conversion/Mahesh Singh. 38. Vipassana a ray of hope for suffering humanity/S.K. Singh. 39. Unearthing women reflections on the concealed fervor of women from the Hindu perspective/Mona Upadhyay. 40. Women religion and politics in India/Y.V. Satyanarayana. 41. Nature of religious beliefs Wittgenstein's view/V. Prabhu. 42. T.M.P. Mahadevan's approach to religion/Navin Kumar. 43. Religious thoughts of Sree Narayana Guru/K. Sreekumari. 44. Ethno religious terrorism in the context of globalisation/R. Murali. 45. Terrorism nationalism and internationalism/N.K. Ambastha. 46. Terrorism the concept and its application in international politics/Ranjit Ghose. 47. The ontological dimensions of Pramanyavada/Sanjay Kumar Shukla. Index. The volume contains revised and edited papers presented at the 77 Session of the Indian Philosophical Congress held at Udaipur in 2002. Besides perennial philosophical problems they discuss such vital contemporary issues as terrorism violence religious conversion environmental ethics peace social justice cultural integration etc. The volume is divided into five sections. The first section contains six papers on logic and scientific method. The second section also contains six papers on histo. Seller Inventory # 56032

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edited by Gautam Kumar Jha and Son Kuswadi

Published by D K Printworld (2016)

ISBN 10: 8192611477 ISBN 13: 9788192611471

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About this Item: D K Printworld, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. When the elders faced god: state policy and theravada revival in Indonesia/Saumyajit Ray. 2. The typological characteristics of Bahasa Indonesia/Pradeep Kumar Das. 3. Culture, not cash-based tourism: a case study of Bali, Indonesia/Gautam Kumar Jha. 4. The palm leaves Balinese calendar: reflection of cultural ties between India and Indonesia/Bachchan Kumar. 5. The rituals in Javanese mystical movement: the Subud brotherhood/Asfa Widiyanto. 6. Hinduism and rituals in Bali/Gautam Kumar Jha. 7. Monuments in Indonesia as sites of nation building/A.S. Gayathiri. 8. Impression of Indian culture on Indonesian dances/Laxman Singh. 9. Colonial legacy of education in Indonesia/Kashyap Deepak. 10. From Arabian trade to peaceful coexistence: journey of Islam in India and Indonesia/Mohammad Saleem. 11. Wayang Kulit: an extraordinary art of Indonesia/Raveesh Rajanya. 12. Rabindranath Tagore and Ki Hajar Dewantara/Supardi. 13. Understanding various nuances of languages and linguistic diversity in Indonesia and India: a systemic functional perspective on language as social semiotics/Susanto. 14. Hinduism in Indonesia: a historical study of religio-cultural cross-fertilization in ancient traditions/Umesh Kumar Khute. 15. A comparative discourse on Muslim and Hindu preaching texts/Hammam. 16. Revisiting Tagores Java journey: a tour undertaken to explore and restore lost ties/Anurima Chanda and Siddhartha Chakraborti. 17. Budaya Kesantunan Berbahasa Dalam Pembelajaran di Kelas: Penelitian Etnografi Komunikasi di Jurusan Bahasa dan Sastra Indonesia, Universitas Negeri Jakarta/Muhammad Yazid A.R. Gege. Evidences suggest that India and Indonesia were in trade relations for many millennia, starting from 3500 BCE. Suvarnabhumi (Sumatra) is mentioned in Jatakas, Indian epics and Mahavamsa, though there is no sequential documentation of it. The trade relations paved the way for Bali importing Indian pottery, priests coming from India and getting absorbed into the Indonesian society and the Indian traders and priests marrying the locals and settling there, thus spreading Hinduism and Indian culture throughout Java, Bali and Sumatra. Indonesia thus got all three religions - Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam - from India. The historical and civilizational relations continued till the sixteenth century ce. The Western colonization drive of Asian countries broke this long-stood relationship. Coming to the twentieth century, Indonesia and its leaders were highly inspired by the anti-colonial views of Indian leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Vallabhbhai Patel and Rabindranath Tagore, and India extended her moral support to the freedom struggle of Indonesia. But during the post-colonial era, the bilateral relations between both the countries were incoherent. The Look East Policy of India in the 1990s rejuvenated the relations and Indonesia became one of the greatest allies in fulfilling Indias South-East Asia Policy. The scholarly articles in this volume vividly talk about topics that foster(ed) mutual relations such as culture, religion, language, traditions, education and so on, keenly drawing the attention of policy makers, trade analysts, cultural enthusiasts, investors, among a wide range of audience. Seller Inventory # 116858

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Harun Ar Rashid

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About this Item: Bangladesh Medical Res Council, Bangladesh, 2002. Paperback. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. Articles published in scientific journals and conference proceedings 1. Arsenical keratoses (chronic arsenism) 22 cases study/Maidul AZM Momin A Akramullah SM Zakir Ahmed Afsar S Salahuddin A Tarafdar SA and Ali M. 2. Chronic arsenic poisoning in a village of Chapai Nawabganj District a cross sectional study/MM Hoque AA Amin MM Alam and A Taher. 3. Groundwater arsenic calamity in Bangladesh/Ratan Kr. Dhar Bhajan Kr. Biswas Gautam Samanta Badal Kr. Mandal D. Chakraborti Shibtosh Roy Abu Jafar Ariful Islam Gulshan Ara Saiful Kabir A. Wadud Khan S. Akhtar Ahmad and S. Abdul Hadi. 4. Aresenic silent catastrophe/A. Wadud Khan Sk. Akhtar Ahmad Sk. Abdul Hadi M. H. Faruquee and Manzurul Haque Khan. 5. Arsenic contamination in ground water and arsenicosis in Bangladesh/Sk. Akhtar Ahmad Don Bandaranayake Abdul Wadud Khan Sk. Abdul Hadi Gias Uddin and Md Abdul Halim. 6. Arsenic contamination in ground water and its effect on human health with particular reference to Bangladesh/ A. Wadud Khan Sk. Akhtar Ahmad M. H. Salim Ullah Sayed Sk. Abdul Hadi Manzurul Haque Khan M. A. Jalil Rukshana Ahmed and M. H. Faruquee. 7. Modified arsenic field test kit a cheap and easy device for detection of arsenic in water/Sk. Akhtar Ahmad M. H. Salim Ullah Sayed Sk. Abdul Hadi and Abdul Wadud Khan. 8. Chronic arsenicosis management by vitamin A E C regimen/S. A. Ahmad M.H. Faruquee M.H.S.U. Sayed M.H. Khan M.A. Jalil R. Ahmed and S.A. Hadi. 9. Arsenicosis neoplastic manifestations of skin/Sk. Akhtar Ahmad M.H. Salim Ullah Sayed Manzurul Haque Khan M.H. Faruquee Md. Abdul Jalil and Rukshana Ahmed. 10. Diabetes mellitus associated with arsenic exposure in Bangladesh/Mahfuzar Rahman Martin Tondel Sk. Akhtar Ahmad and Olav Axelson. 11. Environmental pollution and skin involvement pattern of chronic arsenicosis in Bangladesh/Abul Hasnat Milton and Mahfuzar Rahman. 12. Aresnicosis in a village in Bangladesh/Sk. Akhtar Ahmad M.H. Salim Ullah Sayed Sk. Abdul Hadi M.H. Faruquee Manzurul Haque Khan Md. Abdul Jalil Rukshana Ahmed and A. Wadud Khan. 13. Arsenicosis sex differentials/Sk. Akhtar Ahmad MH Salim Ullah Sayed MF Faruquee Manzurul Haque Khan MA Jalil Rukshana Ahmed MA Razzaque and Moyeen Us Safa. 14. Relations between exposure to arsenic skin lesions and glucosuria/Mahafuzar Rahman Martin Tondel Ireen Akhter Chowdhury and Olav Axelson. 15. Hypertension and arsenic exposure in Bangladesh/Mahfuzar Rahman Martin Tondel S. Akhtar Ahmad Ireen Akhter Chowdhury Mohammad Hossain Faruquee and Olav Axelson. 16. The relationship of arsenic levels indrinking water and the prevalence rate of skin lesions in Bangladesh/Martin Tondel Mahfuzar Rahman Anders Magnuson Ireen Akhter Chowdhury Mohammad Hossain Faruquee and Sk. Akhtar Ahmad. 17. Chronic arsenic toxicity and liver damage report of two cases with review of literature/Sk. Saha M.S. Sikder A.S.M. Zakaria K. Ahmed MMR. Khan H. Rahman PK Ray ASMA Raihan MT Rahman and M Hasan. 18. Clinical manifestation of chronic arsenic toxicity in Bangladesh A 250 case study/MS Sikder AZM. Maidul and A Momin. 19. Contamination of drinking water by Arsenic in Bangladesh a public health emergency/Allan H. Smith and Elena O. Lingas & Mahfuzar Rahman. 20. Spriulina in the treatment of chronic arsenic poisoning/Muhammad Asadul Huq Mir Misbahuddin and SAR Choudhury. 21. Role of spirulina in the treatment of chronic arsenic poisoning/SAR Chowdhury Md. Abdul Karim Khan Mir Misbahuddin AZM Maidul Islam and Md. Sahjahan. 22. Associations between drinking water and urinary arsenic levels and skin lesions in Bangladesh/Habiqul Ahsan Mary Perrin Atiqur Rahman Faruque Parvez Martin Stute Yan Zheng Abul Hasnat Milton Paul Brandt Rauf Alexander van Geen and Joseph Graziano. 23. Arsenicosis and state of liver function/G Mahiyuddin MHSU Sayed B Banu S Begum MH Faruquee MH Khan AW Khan and SA Ahmad. 24. Effect of spirulina in the treatment of chronic arsenicosis/MS Sikder AZM Maidul MA Karim Khan M Asadul Huq SAR Choudhury and Mir Misbahud. Seller Inventory # 60055

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Gurudas Das and C Joshua Thomas

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Arunabha Ray and Kavita Gulati

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About this Item: I K International, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Good clinical practices/S.D. Seth Rahmat Bano and N.K. Ganguly. 2. Role of Ethics Committee in clinical research/Urmila Thatte. 3. Bioavailability and bioequivalence studies in drug development/Avijit Hazra. 4. Overview of adverse drug reactions and their monitoring/Avijit Hazra and Santanu Kumar Tripathi. 5. Idiosyncratic drug reactions revisited/Suparna Chatterjee Dipankar Bhattacharya and S.K. Bandopadhyay. 6. Promoting rational use of drugs through Drugs and Therapeutics Committees/Usha Gupta. 7. Drugs and Therapeutics Committees from a pharmacist's perspective/S.D. Rajendran. 8. Evaluation of drug safety/Jaideep Bhaduri. 9. Good laboratory practices an overview/Prakash V. Diwan. 10. Vitamins and its genomic stability in humans redefine the RDA/Nirupama Pandey Balram Ghosh Sudeb Mandal and Malay Chatterjee. 11. Involvement of renin angiotensin system in the pathogenesis of cardiovascular disease/Melissa R. Dent Tushi Singal Paramjit S. Tappia Suresh K. Gupta and Naranjan S. Dhalla. 12. Pharmacological basis of the action of antiarrhythmic drugs/Onkar N. Tripathi and Naranjan S. Dhalla. 13. Experimental models of atherosclerosis for the development of therapeutic interventions/Harjot K. Saini Yan Jun Xu Sukhinder K. Cheema Amarjit S. Arneja and Naranjan S. Dhalla. 14. Characteristics and mechanisms of cardioprotection due to Ischemic preconditioning/Samarjit Das Harjot K. Saini Jingwei Wang Xiaobing Guo and Naranjan S. Dhalla. 15. Pharmacological treatment of resistance vessel remodeling in hypertension/Michael J. Mulvany. 16. Possible implication of Rho kinase in Vascular endothelial dysfunction/Dhvanit I. Shah and Manjeet Singh. 17. Drug usage during percutaneous coronary interventions in patients with acute coronary syndrome and ventricular dysfunction/Ramesh K. Goyal Kanan Mehta Purvi S. Gandhi Milan C. Chag Keyur Parikh Srinivas Mallya and Anil Jain. 18. Abdominal obesity low degree inflammation and cardiovascular diseases in developing countries/Patricio Lopez Jaramillo and Patricia Pradilla S. Lina. 19. Mechanism of sensory transduction in cardiopulmonary receptors/K. Ravi. 20. Interaction between aspirin and ACE inhibitors/K. Dubey R. Bajaj and K.K. Pillai. 21. Targeting molecular pathways in stroke/Shyam S. Sharma and Ravinder K. Kaundal. 22. Neutrophil nitric oxide synthase functional biochemical and molecular perspectives/Rashmi Saini Madhumita Chatterjee and Madhu Dikshit. 23. Nitric oxide and the central nervous system perspectives and trends/Arunabha Ray and Kavita Gulati. 24. Application of bioinformatics in drug designing in antimalarial drug targets/Subhash Choudhary Ananta Paine and Indira Ghosh. 25. Rational therapy of tuberculosis using fixed dose combination products bioavailability and stability issues/Saranjit Singh. 26. Rational antibiotic therapy in hospital acquired pneumonia/S.K. Chhabra. 27. Tumor cell surface Integrins and Metallomatrix Proteinases (MMPs) cross talk a potential area for developing anti metastatic drugs/Aparna Mitra Jayati Chakrabarti Aniruddha Banerji and Amitava Chatterjee. 28. Free radicals and drug toxicity focus on theophylline/Kavita Gulati Arunabha Ray Rishi Pal and V.K. Vijayan. 29. Search for a safe effective and specific treatment for chronic arsenic poisoning/SJS Flora and Govinder Flora. 30. Pesticide induced immunomodulation influence of various factors/B.D. Banerjee Ayanabha Chakraborti Sanvidhan G. Suke Rafat S. Ahmed A.K. Tripathi and Arunabha Ray. 31. Prakriti to genome a journey from Vedic to genomic era/C.K. Katiyar and Yogita Rani. 32. Clinical trials on herbal drugs limitations and way forward/C.K. Katiyar. 33. Rational approach for the safe use of herbal medicines/P. Sen and Madhumita Banerji. 34. Ulcer protective effect of aqueous extract of neem (Azadirachta indica) leaf/R.K. Goel. M. Dorababu G. Bhawani M. Mohankumar. Index. Pharmacology is a rapidly progressing area of biomedical research with new developments surfacing at. Seller Inventory # 71888

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K.K. Das Gupta,P.K. Bhattacharyya,R.D. Choudhury

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About this Item: Sundeep Prakashan, 1988. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Dr. D. C. Sircar is a great name in the field of Indological Studies, and it will continue to remain for many years to come, even after his demise in January 1985. the present volume is to perpetuate the sacred memory of Dr. Sircar and pay a tribute to this great scholar of International reputation. The volume consists of a number of papers read at the VIII Annual Conference of the Indian History & Culture Society, held at Guwahati in December 1984. Besides, a generation of scholars, old and new, Indian and foreign, has contributed wholeheartedly to it. The research papers are written scholarly, varied and of absorbing nature, and deal with subjects such as ancient Indian history, prehistory, Protohistory, epigraphy, numismatics, art, architecture and sculpture subjects which were very dear to Dr. Sircar. The galaxy of scholars and range of subjects they have dealt with, will make the volume a significant contribution to the studies in Indian archaeology and ancient Indian history. It is hoped that this volume will stimulate discussion, and help to open new vistas of knowledge. Contents Preface Lint of Illustrations 1. Dr. Dineshchandra Sircar (1907-1985)/Pranab Kumar Bhattacharyya 2. An East-West Synthesis/Annada Sankar Ray 3. On Dogmas of Orientalism/Bimal Krishna Motilal 4. The Cult of Sri or Srividya and its Association with Temporal Kingship/M.C. Joshi 5. South Kosala and Buddhism/K.D. Bajpai 6. Govindabhisheka-A Significant Episode in the Puranic Tradition of Krishna/Kalyan Kumar Ganguli 7. Jainism During the Pala-Sena Period/Mandira Bhattacharya 8. Rajdharma in Early Medieval Kashmir-Analysis of a Regional Peculiarity in National Context/Y.B. Singh 9. The Physician Poets of Magadha/Gouriswar Bhattacharya 10. Chinese Pilgrims on Academic Regulations and Activities of Monasteries in Ancient Bengal and Bihar/Puspa Niyogi 11. Brahmanical Education in Kamarupa (C. 6th-12th Centuries A.D.) as known from the Inscriptions/Sanghamitra Dasgupta 12. On the Concept of Samantas in early Medieval Bengal (C. 5th-13th Centuries A.D.) 13. Some Aspects of the Historicity of the Nibandhas of North Bihar (C. A.D. 1097-1526)/B.P. Mazumdar 14. Nayaka System in Medieval Orissa/Shishir Kumar Panda 15. Some Aspects of Religious and Literary Contacts between India and Thailand/Upendra Thakur 16. Megasthenes on Writing and Smritis/Lallanji Gopal 17. Methods of Calculation and Measures of Weight in India and South-East Asia : A Preliminary Survey of Links/H.B. Sarkar 18. On Two North-Eastern Indian Coins/N.D. Rhodes 19. Two Eighteenth-Century Inscriptions from West Dinajpur/Pranab Kumar Bhattacharyya 20. The Origin of the Buddha Image/Kalyan Kumar Dasgupta 21. The Art of Sculpture in Ancient Punjab/R.P. Srivastava 22. A New Type of Mahishamardini from Bangladesh/M. Rahman 23. Some Rare Durga Icons/P.K. Mishra 24. Images of Tapasvini Parvati from Haryana/Devendra Handa 25. Terracotta Art of Tripura/Ratna Das 26. Ancient South Indian Metallurgy : A Reappraisal/Ravindra N. Singh 27. Lalitaditya Muktapida, the First Antiquarian King of India/Jai Narain & Ramakant Tiwari 28. Human Sacrifice in Assam and Adjoining Regions/N.N. Acharyya 29. Religious Syncretism in Ancient India : A Conceptual Approach/Jyotsna Roychowdhury 30. Marttanda-Bhairava : The Composite form of Siva and Surya/Juthika Maitra 31. Impact of Indo-Greek Coins on Succeeding Issues of Foreign and Indigenous Rulers/A.N. Lahiri 32. Earthquakes in Medieval Assam/Jai Prakash Singh 33. Art in the Royal Seals of the Inscriptions from Assam/R.D. Choudhury 34. Some Bengal Terracottas of Foreign Inspirations/Uma Chakraborti (Mukhopadhyay) 35. Two Exceptional Coins of Ratna and Mukuta Manikya of Tripura/Jahar Acharjee 36. Hitherto Unknown Coin of the Jayantia Kingdom/Vasant Chowdhury & Parimal Roy 37. New Light on Manipur History fro Printed Pages: 444. Seller Inventory # 1441

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S S Purohit and Dushyent Gehlot

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About this Item: Agrobios, Jodhpur, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Organic farming in India/S.S. Purohit. 2. Organic farming concept standards accreditation certification and inspection/Dushyent Gehlot. 3. Organic farming in India prospects and challenges/T.C. Venkat Subramanian. 4. National project on organic farming objective and strategy/P. Bhattacharyya G. Chakraborti and J.P. Chaudhary. 5. Eco organic farming/Thomas Abraham and S. Elamathi. 6. Spirituality values and ethics in organic farming an overview/Biswajit Mondal. 7. Diversified farming systems for sustainable agriculture/Pramod M. Chaudhari Harshal E. Patil and Sanjay D. Patil. 8. Importance of organic farming/Ashish Kumar Dash and Mohima Prasad Behera. 9. Natural resources and crop nutrition/P.V.N. Prasad R. Veeraraghavaiah and B. Venkateswarlu. 10. Scope of sustainable agriculture/Deep S. Nair and B.R. Reghunath. 11. Biodegradation of agricultural wastes/K.S. Thakur and D.K. Tamrakar. 12. Agnihotra farming/Anjali Pathak. 13. Role of earthworms in organic farming/A.A.K. Dosani R.V. Dhopavkar D.J. Dabke and S.C. Talashilkar. 14. Composting of organic wastes from Ayurvedic preparations using earthworms/D. Preetha and P.K. Sushama. 15. Composting a process of waste material in to valuable material/T. Shanmuga Priya R. Uma Devi and T. Subbu Lakshmi. 16. Recycling of bio degradable waste through vermicomposting/D.K. Tamrakar Sanjeev Malaiya and Kapil Singh Thakur. 17. Oriculture an unexplored realm of organic farming/Alphonsa Xavier and M.A. Haq. 18. Effective use of spent compost vermicomposting/Deepika Sud and Shivani Sehgal. 19. Use of traditional additives for organic agriculture/W.S. Pawar. 20. Biofertilizer as supplementary source of plant nutrition/M. Vignesh T. Selvakumar and M. Senthivelu. 21. Biofertilizers a new avenue for entrepreneurs/V.B. Jha. 22. Mycorrhiza for soil health and sustainable ecosystem/S.S. Purohit. 23. Biofertilizers for higher crop production/Ashish Kumar Dash and Mohima Prasad Behera. 24. Biofertilizers and conservation of biodiversity/Subbalakshmi Lokanadhan and S. Rajeswari. 25. Improvement of soil fertility with diazotrophs/C.D. Deokar and D.M. Sawant. 26. Azolla and its use as green manure in organic farming/M. Senthivelu A.C. Surya Prabha and M. Vignesh. 27. Household processing of vermiculture / vermicompost/K.B. Burade and A.R. Chopade. 28. Management of soil fertility in model paddy field of Orissa/A.K. Panigrahi T.R. Sahoo H.S. Behera and N.K. Swain. 29. Economic and eco friendly package of practices of Saurashtra region/Chetan D. Patel and Sameer K. Vadariya. 30. Panchagavya spray for quality production of banana fruit/B.J. Pandian Hannah Krujia Asangla and A. Selva Rani. 31. Biofertilizers for rice crop/H.D. Subashini S. Malarvannan and P. Kumaran. 32. Biocontrol agents and natural plant products in disease management/Lekhu Gehlot P.M. Singhvi and Dushyent Gehlot. 33. Biopesticides a key element in organic agriculture/M. Senthivelu A.C. Surya Prabha and M. Vignesh. 34. Neem as a potential biopesticide and soil conditioner/S.S. Purohit. 35. Fungi as source of biopesticides/U. Kumar and A. Noor. 36. Recent approaches of biological control of plant diseases with trichoderma/Subhendu Jash. 37. Bacteria as source of biopesticide/A. Bohra A. Bohra Jr. and A. Noor. 38. Agricultural antibiotics from microbes/A. Bohra and U. Kumar. 39. Non pesticidal management of Helicoverpa Armigera in pigeonpea a case study by KVK Medak/V. Murali and M.R. Hegde. 40. Management of pest in cotton with organic farming/B. Raja. 41. Eco friendly tools for weed management in rice and wheat/Dhiman Mukherjee. 42. Cultivation practices of organic turmeric and ginger in Neh region/S.K. Sarangi and L.C. De. 43. Conversion of farming system to organic in Western U.P./A. Rana and P. Bhardwaj. 44. Vermicomposting the emerging business in Punjab/Adarsh Pal Vig and Arvinder Kaur. 45. Vermicompost a potential natural resource in Kerala/P.K. Sushama R. Gopinathan and C.J. Bindhu. 46. IPNMS a promising tool for sustainabl. Seller Inventory # 59095

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P. Vidhyasekaran

Published by Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd. (1990)

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd., 1990. Hardcover. Condition: New. Physiology of disease resistance is the most fascinating field of plant pathology. Plants have their own built in defence mechanisms against almost all microorganisms, but in a few cases the pathogen overcome the defence barrier with their offensive chemicals and cause diseases. It is a battle between microorganisms and plants, and sometimes the plants lose the battle. If the mystery of disease resistance is unraveled, scientists can engineer plants to win the battle even when the pathogens have an array of offensive chemicals. Several factors contribute to disease resistance and by identifying the links between different mechanisms, we may be able to alter host physiology to ward off the pathogens by connecting or disconnecting some of the vital links. This book critically analyses the various physiological and biochemical processes involved in the defence mechanisms of various crops such as rice, wheat, maize, sorghum, finger millet, tomato, potato, beans, cucumber, chilies, cotton, sugarcane, tobacco, apple, orange, grapevine, mango and banana against fungal, bacterial and viral diseases. It reviews all of the published works critically and suggests future course of research.;;Contents;Genetic Engineering and Tissue Culture; Chapter 1: Genetic Engineering in Plant Disease Management-Problems and Prospects by Chitreshwar Sen and Dinesh C Khatua; Chapter 2: Genetic Engineering for Virus Disease Management by P Vidhyasekaran; Chapter 3: Tissue Culture- A Tool to Develop Disease Resistant Plants by D S Brar and P Vidhyasekaran; Chapter 4: In Vitro Screening for Disease Resistance by P Vidhyasekaran; Chapter 5: In Vitro Manipulation for Developing Disease Resistance Plants by K K Narayana and S R Sree Ranagasamy; Chapter 6: Basic Studies in Rice Anther Culture by S T Mercy;;Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology; Chapter 7: Microbial Phytotoxins and Plant Diseases by Gary A Strobel and I Barash; Chapter 8: Basic Research on Toxins for Management of Crop Diseases by K K Janardhanan; Chapter 9: Basic Research on Physiology of Pathogenesis for Crop Disease Management by P Vidhyasekaran; Chapter 10: Basic Research on Induced Resistance for Crop Disease Management by A K Sinha; Chapter 11: Basic Research on Physiology of Disease Resistance for Crop Disease Management by P Vidhyasekaran; Chapter 12: Physiology of Disease Resistance in Rice by R Sridhar and Mandakini Nayak; ;Virus Disease Management; Chapter 13: Virus Inhibitors from Plants and Crop Disease Management by H N Verma and V K Baranwal; Chapter 14: Antiviral Principles for Virus Disease Management by P Narayanasamy; Chapter 15: Basic Research for the Management of Vectors of Plant Virus Diseases by S Jayaraj; Chapter 16: Basic Research on Behaviour of Insect Vectors for Developing Effective Virus Disease Management by M S Venugopal and K Gunathilagaraj; Chapter 17: Cross Protection in the Management of Virus Disease by H R Reddy; Chapter 18: Possibility of Controlling Virus Diseases by Plant Products by V Mariappan; Chapter 19: Basic Research on Management of Bacterial Diseases of Plants by J P Verma;;Epidemiology and Forecasting; Chapter 20: Mathematical and Statistical Epidemiology by Mrinal K Das Gupta and Sibaji Chakraborti; Chapter 21: Basic Research on Plant Disease Forecasting by S T Tilak; Chapter 22: Basic Research on Epidemiology of Rice Diseases by M C Nair and C Gokulapalan; Chapter 23: Basic Research on Epidemiology of Pearl Millet Diseases by V N Pathak and G R Kumhar;;Resistance Breeding; Chapter 24: Modern Approaches to Breeding for Disease Resistance by E A Siddiq;;Biological Control; Chapter 25: Mycorrhiza-A Tool for Biocontrol by Bushan L Jalali; Chapter 26: Soil Amendment for Crop Disease Management by K Sivaprakasam;;Management of Diseases of National Improvance; Chapter 27: Basic Research on Dowry Mildew of Cereals and Disea Printed Pages: 418. Seller Inventory # 56409

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K.K. Das Gupta,P.K. Bhattacharyya,R.D. Choudhury

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About this Item: Sundeep Prakashan, 1988. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. Dr. D. C. Sircar is a great name in the field of Indological Studies, and it will continue to remain for many years to come, even after his demise in January 1985. the present volume is to perpetuate the sacred memory of Dr. Sircar and pay a tribute to this great scholar of International reputation. The volume consists of a number of papers read at the VIII Annual Conference of the Indian History & Culture Society, held at Guwahati in December 1984. Besides, a generation of scholars, old and new, Indian and foreign, has contributed wholeheartedly to it. The research papers are written scholarly, varied and of absorbing nature, and deal with subjects such as ancient Indian history, prehistory, Protohistory, epigraphy, numismatics, art, architecture and sculpture subjects which were very dear to Dr. Sircar. The galaxy of scholars and range of subjects they have dealt with, will make the volume a significant contribution to the studies in Indian archaeology and ancient Indian history. It is hoped that this volume will stimulate discussion, and help to open new vistas of knowledge. Contents Preface Lint of Illustrations 1. Dr. Dineshchandra Sircar (1907-1985)/Pranab Kumar Bhattacharyya 2. An East-West Synthesis/Annada Sankar Ray 3. On Dogmas of Orientalism/Bimal Krishna Motilal 4. The Cult of Sri or Srividya and its Association with Temporal Kingship/M.C. Joshi 5. South Kosala and Buddhism/K.D. Bajpai 6. Govindabhisheka-A Significant Episode in the Puranic Tradition of Krishna/Kalyan Kumar Ganguli 7. Jainism During the Pala-Sena Period/Mandira Bhattacharya 8. Rajdharma in Early Medieval Kashmir-Analysis of a Regional Peculiarity in National Context/Y.B. Singh 9. The Physician Poets of Magadha/Gouriswar Bhattacharya 10. Chinese Pilgrims on Academic Regulations and Activities of Monasteries in Ancient Bengal and Bihar/Puspa Niyogi 11. Brahmanical Education in Kamarupa (C. 6th-12th Centuries A.D.) as known from the Inscriptions/Sanghamitra Dasgupta 12. On the Concept of Samantas in early Medieval Bengal (C. 5th-13th Centuries A.D.) 13. Some Aspects of the Historicity of the Nibandhas of North Bihar (C. A.D. 1097-1526)/B.P. Mazumdar 14. Nayaka System in Medieval Orissa/Shishir Kumar Panda 15. Some Aspects of Religious and Literary Contacts between India and Thailand/Upendra Thakur 16. Megasthenes on Writing and Smritis/Lallanji Gopal 17. Methods of Calculation and Measures of Weight in India and South-East Asia : A Preliminary Survey of Links/H.B. Sarkar 18. On Two North-Eastern Indian Coins/N.D. Rhodes 19. Two Eighteenth-Century Inscriptions from West Dinajpur/Pranab Kumar Bhattacharyya 20. The Origin of the Buddha Image/Kalyan Kumar Dasgupta 21. The Art of Sculpture in Ancient Punjab/R.P. Srivastava 22. A New Type of Mahishamardini from Bangladesh/M. Rahman 23. Some Rare Durga Icons/P.K. Mishra 24. Images of Tapasvini Parvati from Haryana/Devendra Handa 25. Terracotta Art of Tripura/Ratna Das 26. Ancient South Indian Metallurgy : A Reappraisal/Ravindra N. Singh 27. Lalitaditya Muktapida, the First Antiquarian King of India/Jai Narain & Ramakant Tiwari 28. Human Sacrifice in Assam and Adjoining Regions/N.N. Acharyya 29. Religious Syncretism in Ancient India : A Conceptual Approach/Jyotsna Roychowdhury 30. Marttanda-Bhairava : The Composite form of Siva and Surya/Juthika Maitra 31. Impact of Indo-Greek Coins on Succeeding Issues of Foreign and Indigenous Rulers/A.N. Lahiri 32. Earthquakes in Medieval Assam/Jai Prakash Singh 33. Art in the Royal Seals of the Inscriptions from Assam/R.D. Choudhury 34. Some Bengal Terracottas of Foreign Inspirations/Uma Chakraborti (Mukhopadhyay) 35. Two Exceptional Coins of Ratna and Mukuta Manikya of Tripura/Jahar Acharjee 36. Hitherto Unknown Coin of the Jayantia Kingdom/Vasant Chowdhury & Parimal Roy 37. New Light on Manipur History fro Printed Pages: 444. Seller Inventory # 1441

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House/Astral International (P) Ltd., 1990. Hardcover. Condition: New. Physiology of disease resistance is the most fascinating field of plant pathology. Plants have their own built in defence mechanisms against almost all microorganisms, but in a few cases the pathogen overcome the defence barrier with their offensive chemicals and cause diseases. It is a battle between microorganisms and plants, and sometimes the plants lose the battle. If the mystery of disease resistance is unraveled, scientists can engineer plants to win the battle even when the pathogens have an array of offensive chemicals. Several factors contribute to disease resistance and by identifying the links between different mechanisms, we may be able to alter host physiology to ward off the pathogens by connecting or disconnecting some of the vital links. This book critically analyses the various physiological and biochemical processes involved in the defence mechanisms of various crops such as rice, wheat, maize, sorghum, finger millet, tomato, potato, beans, cucumber, chilies, cotton, sugarcane, tobacco, apple, orange, grapevine, mango and banana against fungal, bacterial and viral diseases. It reviews all of the published works critically and suggests future course of research.;;Contents;Genetic Engineering and Tissue Culture; Chapter 1: Genetic Engineering in Plant Disease Management-Problems and Prospects by Chitreshwar Sen and Dinesh C Khatua; Chapter 2: Genetic Engineering for Virus Disease Management by P Vidhyasekaran; Chapter 3: Tissue Culture- A Tool to Develop Disease Resistant Plants by D S Brar and P Vidhyasekaran; Chapter 4: In Vitro Screening for Disease Resistance by P Vidhyasekaran; Chapter 5: In Vitro Manipulation for Developing Disease Resistance Plants by K K Narayana and S R Sree Ranagasamy; Chapter 6: Basic Studies in Rice Anther Culture by S T Mercy;;Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology; Chapter 7: Microbial Phytotoxins and Plant Diseases by Gary A Strobel and I Barash; Chapter 8: Basic Research on Toxins for Management of Crop Diseases by K K Janardhanan; Chapter 9: Basic Research on Physiology of Pathogenesis for Crop Disease Management by P Vidhyasekaran; Chapter 10: Basic Research on Induced Resistance for Crop Disease Management by A K Sinha; Chapter 11: Basic Research on Physiology of Disease Resistance for Crop Disease Management by P Vidhyasekaran; Chapter 12: Physiology of Disease Resistance in Rice by R Sridhar and Mandakini Nayak; ;Virus Disease Management; Chapter 13: Virus Inhibitors from Plants and Crop Disease Management by H N Verma and V K Baranwal; Chapter 14: Antiviral Principles for Virus Disease Management by P Narayanasamy; Chapter 15: Basic Research for the Management of Vectors of Plant Virus Diseases by S Jayaraj; Chapter 16: Basic Research on Behaviour of Insect Vectors for Developing Effective Virus Disease Management by M S Venugopal and K Gunathilagaraj; Chapter 17: Cross Protection in the Management of Virus Disease by H R Reddy; Chapter 18: Possibility of Controlling Virus Diseases by Plant Products by V Mariappan; Chapter 19: Basic Research on Management of Bacterial Diseases of Plants by J P Verma;;Epidemiology and Forecasting; Chapter 20: Mathematical and Statistical Epidemiology by Mrinal K Das Gupta and Sibaji Chakraborti; Chapter 21: Basic Research on Plant Disease Forecasting by S T Tilak; Chapter 22: Basic Research on Epidemiology of Rice Diseases by M C Nair and C Gokulapalan; Chapter 23: Basic Research on Epidemiology of Pearl Millet Diseases by V N Pathak and G R Kumhar;;Resistance Breeding; Chapter 24: Modern Approaches to Breeding for Disease Resistance by E A Siddiq;;Biological Control; Chapter 25: Mycorrhiza-A Tool for Biocontrol by Bushan L Jalali; Chapter 26: Soil Amendment for Crop Disease Management by K Sivaprakasam;;Management of Diseases of National Improvance; Chapter 27: Basic Research on Dowry Mildew of Cereals and Disea Printed Pages: 418. Seller Inventory # 56409

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